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MARIETTA. PA :
.91-/vea .9 .9 ,1 81J.
THE MURDER OF THE PRESIDENT.Yi r e
append below numerous items on this
most diabolical murder. Everything
concerning the murder and the- murder
ers appears to be sought after, hence,
we devote a large space in, our columns
for this purpose :
It appears that in consequence of pub
lic announcement in the papers that
President Lincoln, General Grant, and
other distinguished, gentlemen were to
be present at Ford's Theatre on Friday
evening legit,. Gen. Grant was not in
the city and. in order. not to disappoint
the expectations of , the public, Mr. and
Mrs. Lincoln ? —both rather reluctantly,
for Mrs. Lincoln was unwell—went.
The theatre was crowded, and during
the third act, and while there was , a tem
porary pause for one of the actors to en
ter, the sharp report of a pistol was
heard, which merely attracted attention,
but suggested nothing serious, until a
man rushed to the front of the Presi
dent's box, waving,a long dagger in his
right hand, and exclaiming "Sic Semper
Tyrannis:" and immediately leaped
from the box, to the stage beneath, and
ran across to the opposite side, thus
making hie escape, amid the bewilder
ment of the audience, from the rear of
the theatre, and, mounting a horse, fled.
The screams of Mrs. Lincoln first die
closed the fact to the ,audience that the
President had been shot, when all pres
ent rose to their feet, rushing toward
the stage, many exclaiming "Hang him l
hang him I"
The excitement was of the wildest
possible description, and, of course, there
was an abrupt termination of the theat
On a hasty .examination it was found
that the President had been shot through
the head, above and back of the tempor
al bone, and that some of the brain was
On an examination of the private box
blood was discovered oa the back of the
cushioned rockingcliair on which the
President bad been sitting, also on the
partition and on the floor. A. common
single-barreled pocket pistol was found
on the carpet. ,
When•the excitement at the theatre
was at its wildest height, reports were
circulated that Secretary Seward, had
also been assassinated.
On reaching that gentleman's resi
dence, a crowd and a military guard
were found at the door and on entering
it was ascertained that the reports were
based upon truth. •
About ten o'clock a man rang the
bell, and the call having been answered
by a colored servant, he said he had
come from Dr. Verdi, Secretary Sew
ard's familrphysician, with a prescrip
tion, at the same time holding in his
hand a small piece of folded paper and
saying, in answer to a refusal, that he
mast see the Secretary, as he was in
trusted with a partieular direction con
cerning the medicine:''
He still insisted on going up, although
repeatedly informed that no one could
enter the chamber. The man pushed
the servant aside and walked quickly to"
the Secretary'e room, and was there met
by Mr. Frederick W. Seward, of whom
he demanded to see the Secretary' mak
ing the same representation which he
did to the servant.
What farther 'passed in the way of
colloquy is not known, but the man
struck Mr. F. Seward on the head with
a billy, severely injuring his skull,, and
felling ha almost senseless. The as
sassin then rushed into the chamber and
attacked Major Seward, Paymaster in
the United States Army, and Mr. Han
sill, a messenger of the State Depart
ment, and two male nurses,. disabling
them all. He ; then rushed upon the
Secretary, who,wes lying in bed in the
same room, and inflicted three stabs in
the•neck, and would have killed him on
the spot,had he not rolled out of bed
upon the floor. •
The assassin then rushed down stairs,
mounted his horse at , the door and rode
off before:an alarm • could be sounded,
and in the same manner of the assassin
of the President.
There are good grounds for belief
that high secessionists in Washington
and Baltimore are at-the bottom of this
At last accounts Mr. 5, was sitting
up in bed and doing tvell, whilst F. W.
Seward has had his skull trepnntied and
is now conscious and , doirig as well as
could he expected'.
The assassin of the President left be
hind him his hat and a spur, The hat
was picked up in• the President's her,
and hasibeen identified by p or ti on t o
whtim Whits been shown; end accurately
described as the one belonging to the
suspected, by other Partlee not allowed
Or The National intelligencer says
"We can state, on the highest authority,
that it has been ascertained that there
was a regular conspiracy to assassinate
every member of the Cabinet, together
with the President.
"Booth, it is said, sent his card up to
the Vice-President at the hotel, but Mr.
Johnson could not conveniently see him.
The names of the severally appointed
assassin's are, we understand, known,
and after the present investigation is
concluded and published the public will
be astounded at the developements.
"A. member of the Cabinet remarked
that on the day after the murder of Mr.
Lincoln the rebels had lost their best
friend ; that Mr. Lincoln at every Cabi
net meeting invariably counseled for
bearance, kindness and mercy towards
these misguided men."
It is very evident that the then Vice
President Johnson was included in the
murderous programme of Friday night,
On Thursday a man of genteel appear
once took a room at Kirkwood's Hotel,
where Mr. Johnson boards. For reas
ons best known to the proprietor or the
detective, the name registered has not
been disclosed. During the followin:
day he was particular in his inquiries
about the room of Mr. Johnson, his
wiereabonts and habits. Since Friday
night the strange lodger has not been
seen, and on breaking open his room
last night there were found concealed
between the bed and mattress a bowie
.navy revolver, and a bank
I book of J. Wilkes Booth, showing a bal
ance of over four hundred dollars in
Since his inauguration President
Johnson is attended from and to his ho
tel by a mounted guard.
The spur was dropped on the stage,
and that also haa been identified as the
one procured at the stable where the
same man hired a horse in the evening.
His hat was found in the private box,
and identified by several persons who
had seen him within the last two days ;
and the spur which he dropped by acci
dent after he jumped to the stage was
identified as one of those which he had
obtained from the stable where he pro
cured his horse.
This man Booth has played more than
once at Ford's Theatre, and is, of course,
acquainted with its exits and entrances,
and the facility with which he escaped
behind the scenes is easily understood.
He has also played in Philadelphia and
in all the principal cities.
He was well acquainted with all , the
exits and inteinal arrangements of
Ford's Theatre, and kept ,a horse at , liv
ery in a stable immediately in the rear
of the theatre.
Developments have been made show
ing conclusively the existence of a deep
laid plot on the part of a gang of con
spirators, including members of the Or
der of Knights of the Golden Circle, to
murder President Lincoln and his Cab.
tact. We have reason to believe that
Secretary Seward received, several
months since. an intimation from Europe
that something of a very desperate
charactor was to transpire at Washing
ton, and it,is m ore • than probable that
the intimation had reference to the plot
Booth, only a short time ago, was
heard to remark in a drinking saloon, in
'Boston, that he would kill the Presi
dent. The fact was communicated to
officers of the Government.
The most emphatic orders have been
issued to prevent the assassins from es
caping to Canada, which it is believed
they will attempt to do.
Booth crossed the bridge over the
Eastern branch of the Potomac at 11
o'clock, on the night of the murder, giv
ing his real name when stopped by the
On Saturday night, the pickets post
ed on the different roads around Wash
ington, were at several points fired on
by rebel sympathizers of the murderer.
One or two captures are said to have
It is shown by the papers seized be
longing to Booth that the murder was
to have been perpetrated on the 4th of
March, during the inauguration.
The horrible plot is believed to have
included every member of the Executive
Department of the Government, togeth
er with Gen. Grant.
Secretary Seward is much better, as
is also Frederick Seward, who is gradu
ally regaining fall consciousness, and it
is now confidently hoped and expected
that both the Secretary and his sod wilt
John Wilkes Booth, who, is directly
accused of the assassination of Presi
dent Lincoln, is one of the sons of the
celebrated English actor, Junius Brutus
Booth, the contemporary and rival of
Edmund Kean. The elder Booth came
to this country as a star actor, and final
ly settled upon a farm near Baltimore,
Md. His eccentric habits, strange ex
travagance and wasted life are familiar
to most of our readers. By different
wives the elder. Booth had four eons,
Junius Brutus, Edwin, John Wilkes,
and Joseph. The three eldest brothers
adopted the stage as a profession. The
younger studied medicine, and was last
heard from somewhere.in Georgia.
John Wilkes Booth•was born in 1838,
near Baltimore, .M. 11., in, the eanlevic,ini.
ty an the noted Rebel Harry Gilmure.
Be IsaLaal,P.9t.lafteF. John Wilkes, a fa
mous English tragedian. At the early
age of sixteen he went upon the stage,
and in 1856 made a regnlar debut at
Philadelphia. He inherits the well
known Booth face and figure and some
of the dramatic talent of the family.
After starring for a while in the prov
inces we find him, in 1859—'60, the lead
ing actor at Montgomery, Alabama.
His brothers, Junius and Edwin, were
and are most decided union men, and
several quarrels have arisen between
the brothers on account of their differ
ences. They acted together, however,
at the Winter Garden, on the 23 of No
vember last, for the benefit of the Shak
speare Monument Fund, and attracted
one of the largest and moat intellectual
audiences ever assembled in any theatre.
The play was Julius Caesar, with Edwin
Booth as "Brutus," Junius Booth as
"Cassius," and John Wilkes Booth as
"Marc Antony." As an actor John
Wilkes could not compare with either
of his brothers, although his resemblance
to them in form, feature, voice and man
ner was remarkable. This was hie last
pu;, c appearance in this city.
fur Four persons were senteoed to
six months in the Penitentiary in New
York, on the 17th, for treasonable lan
guage. A rebel flag that had been
hanging in the parlor of Mrs. ex-Presi
dent Tyler, on Staten Island, was de
manded by a number of callers on the
evening of the 16th, and it was surrend
ered. The excitement against all sus
pected of favoring treason is very great.
A man was thrown from a Brooklyn
ferry-boat for treasonable talk.
er The news of the death of the
President, was received from Maine to
California with the profoundest grief.
One sentiment of deep, abiding sorrow,
mingled with intense exasperation, per
vaded everybody. Even in Nova Scotia,
New Brunswick, Canada, &c., every tri
bute of respect and sympathy, official
and otherwise, was exhibited.
es- Lee surrendered less than 8000
fighting men to Grant. Less than 5000
muskets were surrendered. • Gen. Lee
confessed to Gen. Grant that Johnston's
entire force would not number more
than 10.000. Johnston, it' is reported,
has retreated into South Carolina.
.. The investigations of the author
ities at Washington tend to show
the assassination of the President was
part of a great conspiracy to kill every
member of the Cabinet.
Or The Diplomatic Corps at Wash
ington held a Meeting on Monday, ex
pressed their Sympathy. with the govern
ment and thelamily of the President,
and resolved to attend the funeral in a
er Secretary Seward is rapidly im
proving. Hon. F. W. Seward is also
getting better. He •was conscious on
Monday, and able to converse a little.
Cr The intelligence of the President's
death . created the greatest consternation
in Richmond, the people fearing the
for At Manitwood, Wisconsin, a
young girl having heard that arsenic
improved the complexion, procured a
supply at a drug store, and before it
could be ascertained what she had taken
the poison had put her beyond mortal
ler The Legislature of Ohio has re
moved the last restriction upon black
suffrage in that State. Henceforth the
negro, of Ohio, will go to the poles on
the same terms as the white man. We
notice in the Summary, a few days since
the similar action,taken by the Legisla
ture of Minnesota.
As an evidence of the good results
of judicious advertising, the Boston. A
dvertiser says :—"lt will be remembered
that we advertised lost a portmonnaie
last week. Before our paper was fairly,
circulated we found it—in the pocket
of a coat we don't usually wear.
sir The moat enterprising fellow we
have heard of lately is an appreciative
chap who advertises on behalf of a cer
tain famous accident-al railway that "an
experienced coroner and six practical
jurors will follow each regular train in
special cars, together with a few sur
geons and reporters."
61, - The two female soldiers captured
a short time ago with a squad of four
teen bridge burners are now in the mili
tary prison at Nashville. Their names
are Mary A Wright, of Crosby's scouts,
and Margaret Henry, ofJenkin's senate.
They are said to be dashing young crea
tures, and one of them rejoices in the
rank and uniform of a Captain. The
other twelve of`the gang have been sent
ifir When , Mr.. Lincoln heard that
Weitzel's Negroes had taken Richmond
he said : "Well, the people in Richmond
have been wanting black soldiers for
some time past, and now they've got
The rema .6 of Col. Ulric Dahl
gren have been'sent from itichmond to
Washington. There was no difficulty
in finding the griiie:`
ler The National. Flag was restored
to Fort Sumter, on Friday night, with
most interesting ceremonies.
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cote constitutions, procure the remedy st
The Reader must• be aware that however
slight may be the attack of the above disesa
es, it is certain to affect his bodily health,
mental powers and happiness. If no treat
ment is submitted to, Consumption or Insani.
ty may ensue.
All the above diseases require the aid of e
Hell:1401(3's Extract B'Eichti
IS THE GREAT. DIURETIC%
Compound Fluid Extract
15 to 50 each
SA.RS AP ARILLA,
For purifying the blood, rem)ving all diseas
es arising from excess and i:nprudence in life,
chronic constitutional diseases arising from so
impure state of the blood, and the only reli
able and effectual known remedy for the cure
of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt Rheurn, Pains
and Swelling of the Bones, Ulcerations of the
Throat and Legs, Blotches, Pimples on the
Face, Tetter, Erysipelas, and all scaly erup
tions of the skin, and beautifying the complex-
N 0 A FEW
Of the worst disorders that afflict manki:d
arise from the corruption that accumulates it,
the Blood. , Of all the discoveries that hare
been made to purge it out, none can equal in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparrilla
It cleanses and renovates the Blood, instills
the vigor of HEALTH into the system,
and purges out the humors which make dis
ease. It stimulates the healthy functions of
the body, and expels the disorders that grow
and rankle in the Blood. Such a remedy,
that could be relied on, has long been sought
for, and new, for the first time, the public
have one on which they can depend. Our
space here does not admit of certificates to
show itseffects, but the trial of a single hot-
tle will show to the sick that it has virtues
* surpassing anything they have eves taken.
Two tableapoonsful of tlie Extract of Sarsa
parilla, added to -_-a pint of water, is equal to
the Lisbon Diet Drink and one bottle is equal
to a gallon of,the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or
the decoction as usually made.
The above Extracts are prepared on purely
scientific princlples—in Vacuo—and embody
the full strength of the ingredients entering it •
to their com Position. A ready and conclusive
test will-he a comparison of their properties
with those set forth in the U. S. Dispensato
HOW TO USE THE REMEDIES
In diseases of the Blood, Humors on the
Face, or-any and every-part of the body, use
Extract'Sarsaparilla, applying to Pimples and
all external Humors or Eruptions, the Im
proved Rose Wish.
Use the Extract Iluchu for all diseases re
quiring the aid of a Diuretic, except those of
the Urinary Organs, such as Gonorrhoia and
Gleet ; in these use the Extract Buchu and in
ject with the Improved Roe Wash.
la• These extracts have been admitted to
use in the United States Army, and also are
in very general use in all the state hospital.
and public institutions throughout the land,
as well as practicn, and, are consid
ered as invaluable ,remedies.
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