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P. L. faker, Editor.
MARIETTA. PA :
,Fu . 15, 18'65.
The conspirators, Mrs. Surratt,
Payne, Atzerott and Harrold were ex
ecuted on Friday last. , The announce
ment of the sentence to the criminals did
not appear to surprise them. Mrs. Sur
sett begged to have four days for prepa
ration, which conld,not be given her;
she named two catholic priests she wish
ed to attend her—they were sent for,
Clergymen were sent to the other three
criminals. On the gallows platform
the group stood as follows: Mrs. Bar
rett, Atzerott, Harrold and Payne.
A s soon as the noose Vas placed around
each neck, Mrs. Surratt being the- last
one adjusted, the section of the platform
on which they had been.standingnudden.
ly fell, and the culprits were hanging
several feet from the ground.
Mrs. Surratt and Payne scarcely
moved a muscle. Atzerott exhibited
some, twitching, and Elarrold showed
more nervous sensibility than any of
The bodies hung until life was extinct,
and were afterwards given over for bur
ial,,the rough coffins being already at
hand for that ,purpose.
Thus ended the lives of the most
abandoned scoundrels the world ever
Car Mr. Secretary Seward has so far
recovered from all his injuries, as to at
tend the regular sittings of the Cabinet.
His son Frederick, who was so danger
ously injured by the assassin Payne, in
his assault upon the father, and whose
life had so long been despaired of, was
enabled to visit his home in the interior
of New York, last week. On his return
to Washington, he will resume his posi
tion as Assistant Secretary of State, in
the place of his brother Clarence, who
has been filling it temporarily,
Qlt is stated that the perties who
own the house in Washington in which
President Lincoln died have pat in a
claim in the office of the auditor of the
Treasury; for losses incurred by the
damaging of "sheets, pillow cases, and
carpets," caused by the ebbing of the
life-blood of the great American martyr.
The bill amounts to 6550. The owners
kept the house open fo r -exhibition, at
fifty` cents is visitor, for some time after
the President's death.
eir Ford's theatre has not been par.
chased by the Young Ken's Christian .
Association or. anybody else. The
money for the first payment could not
be raised by , the let inst., the time timed.
Ford announced that he would open his
theatre for performances„last week.
Jeff. Davis' trial, it is again re
ported from 'Washington, will be by, a
military commission. The charge will
be that he was the leader and instigator
of the assassination conspiracy; add
some new eviddned ageinet . him is said
to have been discovered.
er All the "armies,- excepting those
on the Gulf and in Texas, the armies of
the. Tennessee and Potomac, and Han
cock's Corps, 'treat once, to be reduced
to the, minimumsrequired by: the'army
er Ford's theatre, in Washington,
which was•to have been re-opened, ._ a
few evenings since, was closed in the af
ternoon by order of the . War Depart
ment, giving as a reasonthat a riot was
far Gen. Grant's monthly pay, income
tax deducted, is onethonsand and sixty
two dollars and seventy cents.' This
sum is exclusive of commutation of
quarters, atc.; which amounts to nearly
as much more.
W It is reported that John, C. Breck
inridge intends ,to go to Spain., The
wealthy residents sit Elevens have offer,
ed him a house if he would remain in
that city. •
Gen. Rosecrine has gone to Ne
weds on :huskies' connected - ' with the
Bay State Silver Mining Company
Boston.' lie ie:President of the dem
ilia A project is on foot at the .west
to raise a testimonial fund of $lOO,OOO,
with which to purchase a farm to.pro.
800 to Gen, Shertnen.„ . , •
ar, Dr. 'Bina • O'Langhlin,
an& Spangler left Washington last Mon
day night, for the Albany Penitentiary.
W Roger A. for has t.,taken .the
oath of allegiance, and commenced the
practice of law at Petersburg, Va.
Joseph R. Fry, the iinipaser of
the'opera of ; 'Leonora," died iu Phila•
delphia, on Saturday last.
fur Tom , Thumb44sith'll large Cigar
is mentioned as it picturesque eight at
t hi" I:1.dr! rate.
tar The New York Herald lately
published an article asserting that Hen.
ry S.' Foote, late rebel Senator from
Mississippi, had stated to hie son-in-law,
Hon. William M. Stewart, U. S. Sena
tor from Nevada, that the committee of ,
the rebel Congress to investigate these
alleged cruelties, bad "obtained positive
facts and data, proving beyond a shad
ow of doubt that the system of inhuman
treatment and starvation of our prison
ers was decided upon in a Cabinet
meeting at Richmond, for the express
purpose of breaking down the constitu
tion of the men, and making them use
less as soldiers when exchanged." No
ticing this, Mr. F. ote has sent a letter
to the Herald, in which he incontroverti
bly proves the fact! That Davis and
his whole cabinet of fiends favored and
endorsed this policy, there is no earthly
air Government is rapidly dismant
ling the-fortifications at Richmond- and
Petersburg, and shipping the cannon,
&c., to the Washington and other north
ern yards soil arsenals. The number of
cannon of all , kinds, siege and field, is
much larger than was originally stip
posed. At one time. four or five acres
at the landing i below Richniond were
covered with cannon, caissons, army
wagons, &c. Five vessels were at City
Feint and Richmond last week, loading
with there, including the beautiful Whit
worth battery of rifled cast steel . twelve
pounderii surrendered by General Lee
at Burkeeville, Virginia, which was pre
sented to' the rebels at the beginning of
the war by sympathizing friends in Eng
sir A Washington correspondent -.of
the Boston Advertiser, says': "the last
words spoken by Btra. Surratt, before
she left the prison, were to her brother,
Mr. Jenkins—" Good bye, take care of
Anna." What the poor girl, whom Sor
row and pain have strangely touched in
these long weeks since that eventful
night of her mother's arrest, will do, no
one yet knows. If there is anywhere
among all the desolate souls of earth
one who deserves the charity of a mer
ciful thought, that one is this doubly
orphaned girl,—whose father died a reb
e!,—whose mother died on the scaffold,
—whose brother is an outcast in every
quarter of the civilized globe.
ar The Secretary of State continues
in almost perfect health. The novel
and extraordinary splint was removed
from his face, by order of his surgeons,
and proves tahave been, a marvellous
success, and very few traces are to be
seen of the original accident and subse
quent assault of the baffled assassin,
with the exception of a slight , swelling
on the side of his right cheek. Mr.
Seward rose on Monday morniag;dress
ed himself, and performed his toilet,
even to shaving, without assistance, for
the first time since his accident.
gar The President's car, containing a
number of distinguished personages
from the Gettysburg celebration, ran in
to a freight car at the depot at Balti
more, on the evening of the 4th, owing
to a misplaced switch? The Chilian
minister and Colonel' Chas. G. flalpine,
the poet, were'severely cut, and several
others were Ware&
ihr An gryphon boy, living in St. Syl
vester, Lower Canada, eleven years of
age, was,sent by his master, to drive
home some cows throogh the woods.
He did not return, and when 'search was
made for him , a few bones and parts of
his clothing were found. He had been
eaten by bears.
air The original secession ordnance
of I"iiiinia is nowln possession of Ser
geant A. S. Twitchell; 7th Maine Bat
tery, who , bougkt it of a rebel officer
with bread'and batter. Henry A. Wise
and jubal Early are among the forty
three signers" to the document.
John T.. Ford publishes a card in
the Washington papers in which he
says in sobstince that he cannot afford
to .keep his,-theatre shut any longer,
since he-cannot sell it.• He will howev
er.keep dined the private box in which
the 'assassination took place.
hlisit Sylvia Ann Howland, the
wealthiest lady in New- Bedford, died
there on Sunday, the 2d inst., aged fifty
nine. Her income for last year was
taxed on , $lBB,OOO, her whole estate
being valued at about $2,000,000.
jr-The colored people in and around
Washington have raised $7,000, and
propose to erect a monument to the
memory of the ."Great Emancipator,"
sgi The city, gates of. Quebec have
never been er4houtgnerde since its cap
ture from the French
,by Geri. Wolfe
until lest Thursday week, when they
were permanently withdrawn.
air On Saturday hist General Meade
issued hie order taking command of the
department of the . Atlantic, with head
quarters in Philadelphia.
SrAn , order, found in Richmond,
shows that ten. Lee is responsible for
the burning of the cotton And tobacco
in - that city npbn its.evacnation.
„One hundred thousand e.
igiff+l. • • • Degroe
i n Tilt, Yelliment rati
gbt lifforlb in a Nut—Mill
According to the Rocky Mountain
News there is a great lack of women in
Nevada and Colorado. There is scarce
one woman where sir could find profit
able employment. gages for common
household duties are from thirty to fifty
dollars a month, including board, pay
able in gold ; and, the editor adds, hus
bands are abundant.
Bull Run battle field is rapidly becom
ing a resort for visitors, and by the
time the railroad isin complete running
order the number of persons resorting
to this farpous field will be very numer
ous. Already Borne enterprising indi
*viduals have made arrangements for the
erection of a fine hotel in the vicinity.
Dr. Habbard, of Paris, says that out
of one hundred persons, sixty-five marry,
three of these get divorced, eight leave
Their partners without any formality,
fourteen stick to the marriage relations
but fight'all the time, thirty vegetate,
and perhaps ten out of the silty-five live
and enjoy themselves.
It is astonishing, says a Charleston
correspondent, to see how affectionate .
,and loving the southern ladies are to
the Yankee soldiers, turning up their
noses at the rebel grayback in contempt
—showing that their love is for the vic
tor, not the .vanquished
• A very destructive fire occurred in
the'engine room of Barnum's :Museum,
New York, on Thursday, which destroy
ed the entire building and all 'of the col
lection except the seal, which was res
cued by :a policeman. Quite a number
of buildings were burned and the loss is
estimated at one million and a quarter
dollars—partly covered by insurance.
Cyrus W. Field was dining with Mr.
Gladstone, at Piccadilly, London, in
1863, when Mr. Gladstone remarked to
him : "If your government shall be
strong enough to put down this rebel
lion, it will do what no other govern
ment of the world could do.
A man stopped at a hotel in New
York and deposited $25,0001 It was
stolen by a clerk of the hotel. The
court recently gave the lodger only
$l,OOO damages, on the ground that the
first•narned sum was an unreasonable
The Louisville Journal says: The
Democrat says that, up to this time, we
have been against abolition. But what's
the use of being against abolition when
abolition is a fact? Why advocate a
dog's life when the dog is dead ?
The Cambridge city government have
erected a granite tablet at the foot of
the old elm tree in Cambridge, with the
following inscription :—"Under this tree
Washington first took command of the
Anbrican Army,.June 3d, 1775.
The Secretary of State, Mr. Seward,
his almost entirely regained perfect
health. The splint has been removed
from his face, and he has recovered the
use of his' arms. He is at his office
each zay attending to his ditties.
It is stated, on apparently good au
thority, that Miss Anna Sarratt is com
pletely prostrated. Fears are enter
tained that she will never recover from
the-terrible blow she received on Friday
A whole family at Newburg N. Y.,
was poisoned a few days since by eating
veal. The husband has since died, and
the wife is hardly expected to recover.
It is said that the vest turned very red
after being cooked.
A paper published in. Fremont, Ohio,
gravely remarks Viet "John P. MeAr
dle,/now in his eightieth year, last week
finished up his last job of book-binding,
and expresses his determination to retire
from the business."
Our special Washington despatch
says, the evidences of rebel cruelty to
those officers, both wounded and dead,
who fell into their hinds, accumulate
JaMes Jenkins of Dorchester, Mass.,
hung himself on Monday, the 3d .inst.,
through melancholy and mortification
on account of being arrested for drunk
A boy went into his mother's garden,
at Richmond, on Monday, to pick toma
toes, when he was bitten by snake,
causing, his death in a few hours.
Lima. Gen. D. H. Hill, who has ap
plied for pirdon, has not been in active
service for a year or more, in conse
quence of his difference with Jeff. Davis.
The authorities of Harrisburg have
decreed that, hereafter,. no saloon or
other place where liquors is mold shall
be open after midnight. •
J. M. Lloyd, who conducts the Stir-
raft Hotel, in Surrattsville, was on Fri
day unconditionally , released front the
Old Capitol Prison.
George F. Robinson, the brave. Maine
soldier, who saved the of, Secretary
Seward, has been given a clerkship
worth $l2OO a year.
Tbe Cincinnati Commercial says that
Gen. W. T. Sherman has selected Cin
einnati ag ilia.Olace of residence.
'Anti. eat Clirba are springing tIP id
mitni towns ' throughout
-- A negro was arrested last week,
near Fortress Monroe, charged with
stealing two thousand dollars from a
book-keeper. He denied his guilt. He
was tied up by the thumbs ; when, in
his torture, he admitted he bad stolen
the money, and said if bis thumbs were
untied, he would chow where he had hid
it. He was securely handcuffed, and
started with an officer to find the money.
While crossing Mill Creek bridge, the
negro, handcuffed as he was, bounded
over the parapet into the water below.
With his hands shackled, he sank at
onco, and rose no more. Whether guil
ty or innocent, mortal judges can never
—ln Albany, on Monday, a mau
named Major and his eon were arraigned
in the police court for having ravished
two young girls on Friday last. As the
proceedings were about to commence
the brother of the girls shot the elder
Major in the arm and leg, and the moth
er followed up the attack by beating
him on the head with a hatchet. Major
was taken to his home, and an infuriated
mob was only prevented from lynching
him by a strong force of policemen.—
Hie assailants were arrested.
—The Paris correspondent of the
Nord says ; "The choice of Prince Lu
cien Bonaparte as president of the com
mission of the Universal Exhibition is
confirmed. Prince Lucien bears the
title of Imperial highness as son of Lu
cien Bonaparte and nephew of Napoleon
I. He is fifty-two years of age, a sena
tor, and grand cross of the Legion of
honor ; often resides in London, and en
joys much consideration there."
A butcher in,New York died, on
Friday last, from the bite of a fly, which
flew from the back of a diseased bullock
and bit him under the eye-lid.. In a few
hours a swelling covered his face and
extended down the breast. In a few
days he became delirious, and died in
great agony. The medical examination
showed that death resulted from' the ab
sorption of morbific animal matter ,de
posited' by- the fly.
It seems that $60,000 hare been
raised in New York in relief of the reb
el Gen. Lee. The subscription paper
ought to be passed round among the
Federal prisoners who were confined at
Andersonville, Salisbury, Belle Isle and
Libby. Let those whose feet rotted off
in these vile prisons have a chance to
aid the old hoary-headed traitor and
--- A special despatch from Washing
ton to the Press poidtively denies that
Admiral Dupont willed his prize-money
(reported at $175,000) to a fund for the
erection of a home for honorably dis
charged soldiers and sailors and their
orphans. The prize-money awarded to
the Admiral will not amount to much
- 7 The relatives of the conspirators
executed on Friday, have made applica
tion for the bodies of the deceased, but
so far no decision has been made in the
matter. The bodies have been buried
in the penitentiary yard, but they can
easily be identified.
The bills consequent upon the
death of Mr. Lincoln, including those
for decorating public buildings and
those for the funeral, have all beau de
livered to Secretary Harlin. Their ag
gregate is over twenty-five thousand
Gen. Bragg has takeu up his resi
dence in New Orleans, and advises
rebels everywhere to quietly submit to
the powers that be and become good,
law-abiding citizens, as he means to be
The discarded ends of cigars are
carefully collected in Paris, ground and
sifted; and then wed in wine shops.
where any person taking a glass of wine
has the privilege of smoking any amount
of tobacco gratis.
A crazy soldier got loose in the
streets of Lquisville a few days ago, and
travelled around fighting everybody,
and knocking down two ladies befoie he
Several rebel officers who have re
turned to Maryland, have been indicted
and arrested for treason against that
State—among them Bradley Johnson,
Barry Gilmore, &c.
It is a curious fact that President
Johnson was married at Greenville,
Tennessee, by Mordecai Lincoln Esq., a
distant relative of the late President.
It is said that there was never was
but one , man who wasn't spoiled by
being lionized—be was q Jew, and
name was• Daniel.
The New York Herald announces
that after this it will keep no more hol-
idays, but will issue a paper every day
in the year.
—ln the newest and moat elegant
hotel in London, a bedroom may be ob
tained for eighteenpenee per night.
$31.145,14 have bean raised by the
Lincoln M Dumont Association in
Why ia a Geld of grass like a per
eon older than ,yourself t Bicause its
pasturage. (Past your age.)
Five hundred barrels of yellow
sriuff are stored at Greeisboro N 0
for Southern wornen Co" die*.
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