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V. F. BttYAHM
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1865
If ATlOIf AE. AFFLICTION.
"Twice before in the history of the Nation
bare the people been called upon to mourn
'e death of their President. President
arrison and President Taylor were both!
led away by aeatn(aoon aitr j.n ; tmau
ationl These men" were jrrpe in years
full f honors. They went down to
I then, graves good and great men, beloved
and honored. They were removed from the
arduous labors of Chief Magistrate of a grea
Nation by the ordinary dispensations of di
vine Providence. In the course of human
J events they sickened and died, surrounded
by their families and friends, in the full con
sciousness of approaching dissolution qui
etly melted away from the galaxy of noble
men into the immortality of the future. The
Nation was at peace and no disturbing ele
ments howled round the land. The Nation
mournad their deaths, but that mourning
was modified in humble submission to the
will of God. In the present case the Na
tional affliction is much more oppressive.
President Lijcoln was called to the Maj-
estacy at th aiist important crisis in the
history of the Jtountry. He administered,
the Government in the most troubled and
tnziety we feel m contemplating in all its
'earings that horrid crime -the murder of
The assassin nation of the President and!
r- a . . . 1 Till a. . J
.secretary was Deyono. au aouDt tne worK or
conspirators. The manner, the place, the
time, that the President was shot and the
Secretary stabbed, with all the accompany
ing circumstances leave no room for doubt
on that head. That it was from political
consideration, is equally, obvious. It is t
question of vast moment what peculiar polit
ical considerations prompted this act and!
how far the conspiracy extends. Were these
assassins some Southern men, whose bust
ness, property, and perhaps domestio rela
tions had been broken up that sought this
in revenge to take the lives of these two!
most prominent men in the prosecution of
the war to put down rebellion: Was itl
from menrvbo sought office; and failed to get,1
MU2- aaviag Uad, either civil or military, had:
been dismissed, who sought envy in this
The mind of an intelligent man will
hardly so believe without the strongest pos
sible testimony. There may have been in
kind about Washington City a set of high
blooded rebels at heart, who in view of the
fact that the Southern Confederacy was
crushed, and any furthur probability of sue
cess hopeless, determined to seek their ven
geance against the Government by assassin
ating these two men : determined that Mr
Lincoln and Mr. Seward should not enjoy:
the honors of having put down the rebell
ion, and that these assassins were the select
ed agents of carrying it into execution.
This combination may have been very limit
EHD OF THE WAR.
Johnson has surrendered to Shertn
This includes Bragg, Hardee, Beaur. dl
and all their commands: if not in slip J
tion it doePin fact include them, for tl
would soon be forced to the same terms.
The terms on which Johnson surrendt
were the same on which Lee capituhu
An order his also gone out that the tri
Mississippi army under Kirby Smith sV
This closes the war. Richmond
ER TYRANUIB," the itO C
the State of Virginia, proclaim aloud H
L. ,ain when he murder the Nation's
IChief Magistrate, flashed '' the Pint ofl
, daireer. in dance ot al1 la ana
rt a noma perversion 01 n
true import. Mr. Lincoln was no tyrant.
No Chief Magistrate of this . or an j .other
aee or country was further from it. The!
institution or southern slavery was tne
jjicause that led to this horrid misapplication
and Lee, the nian on whom the rebels leant. , .
, . ' - , -r , wast help to make an atonement now tor
and his whole army captured, Johnson an r
UlUL Uccu. auv ucuicc aas uurr guuc um
trom the throne of justice that slavery most
die, and the loyai men from Maine to Texas
"mill ana tKnfr if- i rnrrip(1 ftnfc. Nn mificrn.
r tt id nMD (itnrl onrl rharaw riAtnAM ivan tusai ' " w -
ments of armies now remain
his army captured, Virginia, North Carolir.
and South Carolina conquered and overni
with Union armies, flushed with success,
New York, April T6.-A YhiD- -necialsvs:
Stanton called on V ward ju
Friday niaht. Mr. Seward, whe had noq
been informed of the attack on tL Presi
dent, asked why Mr. Lincoln had, i called
on him. On Mr. Stanton then devolved the
unpleasant duty of informing himai it was
considered best not to keep him longer lgno
rant of the sad event. Stanton gavi a short
statement of what had transpired. JM &ew
:irH nt. nnne anneared to iiomDreend the,
ijreat events of the uightviphieh, listead of
depressing, oajfcatreDgthenW him K tis own
Cairo. AsffKB. Mobile dates to the 9th
have been received. The Snanish tort fell
on that day, our folks taptug 800 prison
era. 24 cannon and aciuantif)f munitions!
of war. Our loss, during the siege, was 450
The rebeis admit their loss to be about the
-rt Vl 1 1 i 1 L .- .
same, f ort iiiaKeiy was capiuruu uy a ui
sect assault, we losing about 1,000 men.
The work was carried in splendid style
away soon and r i respecta
left to fight in
Srv bpafter. Iimediatelv. unconditional-SThe entire garrison a.UUU strong, were cap-
Ing will irifl . . ., . Tl-A Iturcd. including four larbe hafctned.
rense or a lost cause.
. es of the Union, aided b legislation and:
'iblic sentiment can do it. No eradual
. V J - lilJ O il 1 !11 rjl
greas oouy oi iu ooutueru peop.o i ' -bi;c sentiraent can do it. No eradual
see what they are even now commencing M?ancipatioD) n0 compensation to masters
yal or disloyal though he be, his slaves
tist be freed freed forever. Andrew
appreciate, that they have been deceived,
trayed into a war against the best of Gc
ernments and ruined. Seeing and fcelit
this they will come back to their allegian
again. They have dispaired of success c.
some years now, and with the fall of thti
capital and the annihilation of Lee's gran
rmy, the last hope fled. Broken down, Til
ined, prostrated to the very earth, the;
hnson's views in 1361 must now be the
tto : "Immediate, unrecomnensed, un
iditional emancipation." That flac is
vown to the breeze now, wherever the
Sirs and Stripes float, with universal ,free
m inscribed oa it. The popular feeling
ill insnrihp. nn tiiU Imnrcr "situ rtnf crnvn'
tnrow away their arms and give up the cf"!VIJjCES
test. In this position it is humiliating M .
the last degree to them to find that thfil President Johnson proposes to carry for
failed in every feature of their rebellio wa-r d the.-measurcs of the late President
The right of self Government wl.ic'a rithout cuange or abatement. There will
flourished so prominently as the cause be n0 cbangeB " the cabinet ; through the.
dangerous time in the history of this or any
other Nation. Such had been his wisdom,
sness, discretion and leniency, that the
ice of the people called him to the office
second term with an outburst of approbation
sever before witnessed. He entered on the
seconifterm of office enjoying the unbound
ed confidence of the people, and soon after!
had the proud satisfaction to witness the.
wisdom, of his measures in the rapid crush
ing in o" the insurrection, consequent on the
success of the Union arms, i ' 'le the Na
tion was Jubilant at the of peace,
.h&a callenway. Notiu ion allot-
-ture. tut o ueniiikd at fh"
which thev drA Ou mhioh aJIK mcn the policy ot the Governnient will
ed, having its origin as well as execution in- 8ecedc and form an independpe dministered, on all things appertaining
overnment, they have failed to secure. Vfi tne rebellion. Mr. Johnson assumes the.
The institution of slaverv. the nrime caus Vlmistration of the Government most un-
ir it j.i. ht I
for which the sword was drawn, thev hav "'"e.i ana tne anon, under
the mortification to see swept from the land?;rCUm3tanCeS f peculiar emba"at
and the boasted chivalry of the South-thef ' DOr other livinS man' ean 611 Mr
true nights of chivalrv that could tilt withnColn 8 P!aCe ,n the hearts of the PC0P,e
Bi,ch eW.e eWanee. has hen metaind d ut hc is thoroughly competent., and will
armed bv the stronir irmies of the lU 557 out those measures to which his pred
The Government founded in free institu 5801 bent a11 the energies of his mind, to
L -k:i. i,f,i i,..;M.uccessful termination. No fuars may be
the baml of an assassin. Murdered in the
presence of his family and personal friends
in the presence of an assemblage of his fel
low citizens, in the enjoyment of the amen
aties of social life. Resting in the con
soiousness of perfect safety and thoughtles
of all harm, a victim he ftfl to-rebel hatred
The suiYce that could not be reaked in the
distruction of the Government lets fall on1
his devoted head all its vengeance. He fell
a martry in the cause of right, justice and
human freedom. He fell at the hand oft
traitors, by ihat spirit of insurrection that
during the last few years of his eventful life
he directed all his heart to put down. His
death will stand as a monument in all time.
to come of the wiekedness of this rebellion
This aggravates the enormity of this rebelK
ion and fixes its fate forever
Justice! Justice! The assassination
of the President and Secretary could not
have been the result of a combination in
volving any man of clear head, with the best
interest of the South in view. Apart from
the enormity of the crime, which we have
no words to express, it was the worst possi
bla thing that could have been done for the
South. The Government for self preserva
tion will have to ignore much of what has
been heretofore called State rights. This
act of these two desperadoes, under all the
purroundtngs, will do more to cehtralize
, power in the Executive than every other act
."nce the rebellion Druko oat.
1 the people will feel that the Government
must DO sustained, ana taai tne spirit oi re
bellion must be put down. In the further
prosecution of the war, if it should be
waged for years, that leniency heretofore
characteristic of the Government, will be
abandoned and stern and perhaps vindictive
justice substituted in its place. The great
Northern heart is so aroused that the sword
will have to do much that public sentiment
was about to do, in restoring peace to eur
bleeding country. If the Government is
able to put down the rebellion on principles
of sheer justice, unmixed with mercy, it will
be apt now to do so. 'Very little consiaera.
tion will be had for the chivalry of the
Shell and shot at the mouth of the can
nc now will thunder against the totter
ing, falling forts of rebeldom with terrible
vengeance. The torch and fagot will lay in
ashes many millions worth of property that
would have been spared ; and it is to be
feared that the spirit of retaliation and re
yeoge will run so wild that many a family
fcj'JL xtj JEteL r. revolted fc itea ouid destrtY the rresvtenti
ngnnr iinMnra : . im run tiuicui K ill al . - "
" " w.jf.""' - W3f -r
cideat orcttuaUy, but murderoufily and at
the Federal Capital. There may not have
been five men implicated in the murder. It
may have originated down in Virginia or
South Carolina, and have been much larger
Was it the result of wide combinations in
the South ? Did Davis and Lee and the dis
tinguished men in the South originate it ?
did they connive at it this, worst of all
crimes rebellions ? Is this the sentiment in
the South ? That there has moved the
Southern mind from the beginning of this
trife a deep hatred to the Yankees, all know ;
and that that hatred has been aggravated as
the war swept on, and intensified as it was
like to culminate
Thousands of men soattfr'-id tbroujrh the;
and- Government too it they could ; but would
the leading minds of the South connive at
an act, for baseness and criminality unpar
alleled in the history of human crime ? Cer
tainly we cannot believe that tbey would
Wrong to the highest degree in the rebell
ion as they have been, yet they have fought'
too bravely on a thousand fields to be com
petent to such cowardly deeds as these.
The circumstances would rather incline
us to the believe that this conspiracy came
from Virginia. " Sic semper tyrannis "
may this ever be the fate of tyrants th
words the assassin used when he jumped on
to the stage while flourishing a large knife
over his head, in the face of the crowded au
dience, just after he had inflicted what he
knew to be a mortal wound on the Presi
dent, are the classic motto of the State of
Virginia. This would naturally turn our
eyes to Virginia seeking vengeance for her
prostration. Some defiant, reckless Virgini
an we conjecture perpetrated this deed.
Another thought however the great body
of the revolted States will look upon this as
the most atrocious act on record, is it, or is
at not the legitimate result of the rebellion ?!
Destroy the Government or rule with slavery
and to this end secede, organize another
Government, inaugurate revolution, fight to
the death, has evidently been the sentiment
and feeling of the South. Failing in this,
base men, and thousands there are, will
eek io carry on the wsjr with the weapons
of an assassin. If they cannot overthrow
tho Government founded in the popular
voice, they can at least murder the officers
of the Government, and thus everlastingly
keep the Nation in mourning and trepeda
tion. sition, with such men as
these conspirators, would murder every Gov
ernment official in the land. What public
officer will be safe for a moment, after this,
if that spirit should actuate the rebels
edness and folly of rebellion against a Co1
.flrnnie t founded nn iinivnrR.il llortv
iio-.Jjif- "-f'moivi" jt-'-t-c-B-
from the horizon, and the din', of battle wVJt.
soon bjp hushed in our glorious country.
Peace long fought for, bled for, and by th
million died for, comes whispering along or
tho breezes now, and every day's intelligence
gives additional assurances that it will so.?
jbe here. Not a peace at the expense of th
The Murderer. The man that assassi
nated the President bears the name of J. Wilkes
Booth. He is a Marylander or Virginian w
think a Virginian. Edwin Booth, his brother,!
is a distinguished actor on the Stage, and this
one is also an actor of some celerjAy. He is
strongly imbued with all the spirit of the re
bellion, and has been one of its avowed support
ers ever since it broke out. Racent develop-, untij the church
ments place him as an officer in tne rebel army,
said to be a Colonel. Posterity will assign him
the most infamous page in the history of the
world. His life is no atonement for his crime.
Though that is all he has to make, his death
tillnot satisfy the claims of justice. ThedarkJJctiog. The addr?ss wa ' delivered by
i i .a 4x- first named. T moat nmfnn.j . . i -
lest place in hell is too good for him,
Secretary Seward. The telegraph bringsKng seemed to ptd:e j a deep fel- sori
will suffer the loss of all things that manjlhopeful news ef the condition of Secretary SewJhe loss of our Chief Maei
lard. Amidst tb Nation's gloom it will be a
. great reuet u pBDJic sorrow ii -r.e nie oi tnati
Illustrious -man can be spi to us. TSopes ofBGath publ;
out from th& Commander c
raent to stop' all recruiting Within-the Depart
ment. The Government has tioop "enough
and to pare''' without any farther enlisments.
Should the present expectations oi peace be re
alized, a large diminution of the army will be
made early in the Summer. So large an armed
force will not be needed in the fields as the ene
my is weakened, or the rebellion dies out, the
expenses of the Government will therefore be
lessened by tho withdrawal of a part of the
troops from the field. At least no farther addi
tions will be made. This Summer's service of
the tooops on this coast will in all probability
end the necessity of their presence ; especially
as the probabilities of a war with any foreign1
Destructive Fire. Quito a destructive firo
joccurrcd in Salem one day this week, consum
ing the cl "' k between, Hojman's, and
Griswold's bi town.
Logs upward iot ihir- 1
BWeol prve thit the ci, a.tuu... m0'
piirtment arrived direct from Canby, who re-shaving the streets and allies neatly cleani-q up"
ports tnat on ounaay ine army was in imurand othefwiso improved
marcn ior moDiie, ana expeciea to do in :uo-h
bile'on Sundav afternoon. H ""Stock raisers would do well to read the
New York, April 17 The Herald's spe-Ra(lvertisement of M. H. Wallace. Ho has some-
cial from Washington says : jitter the tragicafine blooded stock.
occurrence, an officer commandin;r one off
th frr pnf nf the citvwas twtnrninu ini J5Mr. Kendall still continues to take those
his command, and when between Lincolnfifine pictures at the Gallery on Main street.
Hospital and Camp Relay, he cams sudden
ly upon two meu running desperately .-
Otsters. The Gazette is happy to ac--
These two turned down a large lane in whichIknowIcclge tbe receipt ot a sact ot oysters-
were four others, all mounted. The oflicerBfiom Capt, Podge. They are superb- Th
and others with lum gave chase, wlereupangcaptam has our thanks,
tne omcer was wounucu. xuo party pursueui
rode rapidly away and escaped with theirH S. KL Frank & Co. are iust now In re-
friends, who were undoubtedly waiting forfceipt of one of the iargest gtocks of jyly Goods.
tllClll. H?( '1 nfViTn t nviA fynnrnl m7-iiKjtnr1i'oAvor Krmi rrVit f rv
mi., it it. w:. . ..1. - l.,f3 o -" jj--w.v. -a ,
nB " itiuouBBi! wiiuuu gcorvallis. Particulars nextk.
says : rne soiaiers are greany mcenseu au
tne assassmiiuuu, out aic v;uuusv.-nuu iu miiu-h Rclisions
ta t.. m$ r :n l. : iu n t
. - -vr i a 1 IT Tl "l K 11 s- vu.iftiK nil! im.-a ii in i.uu vuun
xfT i - . i e i ii, tKliouse the first and third Sabbath of every month.
.u, . " :..o ,i f . f..cfRat n ociock, a. m.
nesses across the Potomac
Was'iinston, April 17-, Midnight. Sew
ard's conditio!) appears improvinj;. He sat
up a short time to-day. Id is son rrcd s con
dition is still critical.
Washington, April 16. The extra of the
Star has the following : Developments have
been made, showing a deep laid plaa by part
flSp'Thc best remedy for Rheumatism, is
Hall's Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock and Iodide of
TO WHO.H IT MAY COXCERJ
"VT OTICE is hereby given that two certain prom
issory notes given bv me to W. a. liadd.
intensity, nas prostratea tnem ana maae
them submit to its wise laws. Tho South
standsto-day in her dismantled, devastated,
of a ganir of conspirators, including luem-H l '
ners oi tne uruer oi wowun irc.e, iuha t of Wln Metrk datca May 13th, 1862, one
murder the Fresideut and Cabinet IliereBfor about $330. and one for S400. each bearins
lis cvprv rpnson to believe that Sect eta rvK20 ner cent, interest Dor annum, were civen
ntertained for a moment on that point. Bgeward had information from Europe severaiBtbrou!,'h a mistake and without any consideration
H whole Nation wi" J W andimonths since, that something desperate wasla-e ZZLTr eSK, S2 ISWZ
c him an undivided sympathy and coope-Bto transpire in v asningiou, auu mu pm Rnay them. JOSEPH KELSEx
humbled attitude, a aonument the wick-foa id tbe arduoua duti now devolved
j t . i.s '. . n.. B' At thiajnomentous crisis in the
iblv referred to the late assassination.
. . . . .. n
Picktts have encircled tins city since rr-i
April 22, 18G5. 3w
At thiajnomentous crisij in thcH(laY n; Afc to picv?nt the escape of parties!
andgwho inufdcred the President, and were fired
ui aWv noi'its bv orioplod ;parV-os.
', WB3L. i IT ii "T"n
TheGovernme- Vkined -va8, ,n. Pm J'--"" a"ona'i
, ,,. . , . , ' . Esays: Ve can state on tho higher authon
"r"a mu" " . ona tReIty, that, it has been ascertained that a reiiu
iciy usi iidk in isnain or si
jo shivered to pieces not
uust be left.
i RLA a? T" ..
nvery niustBlar coasniracv exists to assassinate evfirvBTlTIIE MAKE A SEASON CoMMESClNa
a vestage of itlmcmbr of the Cabinet, and name seven 1H ' Monday, April 17th, 1800.
ganpoinfed assassins wlio arc understood audS Monday and Tcesdavt .miawv.
Iknown, and when persent investidBons arel gig?0 VT
Tttz AssASSiNATfON. Of PrcsidentEconcluded and published, the public will be
m-4; k u,tt: Lincoln and Secretary Seward fnll nn ,r,Hastonished.
' "Kt. i j 1 i, c. , we refraiu from Kivins the news tnat has
a peace honorable to the Government ar.. J"""WM tt umuu" umi irom neaven. Hreaclied u3
eminently satisfactory to every loyal heart JA"e nau0D was 10 tne "ignesttide ol rejoic-H A member of the Cabiuct rcmirked one
a Deace secured bv the comDlete discomfiff at the success of the Union arms of lategday after the murder of President, Lincoln,
iita nnrl nvArfiTi row nf f.li incmrrnnt.mn. nf . i.vi' Virginia.
v v. 7 1
The annihilation of Lee and!
WH I o MA1A 111. ll. . . A W
and order throughout the land. Through"'" olu,J'' "1LU m occupation oi men-
this mighty struggle the Nation has sustajnni0ll(i and the d'persion of the rebel cabi
FlUDAT AND SATfni.v AT PeOUIA.
T..1 .. IK,L rl'l, i ,i
1-rom motives ot pubho intercstBthe world to produce a finer horse of his aee than
Comet. He trots in 2:50 and has great bottom
and endurance. Flying Jack is well bred, good
color, 15 hands and one inch high, five years old.
and a square trotter. For particulars, see posters.
M. 11. WALLACE.
ed itself and now enjoys the proud conscious
ness of seeing the rebels on their knees ask
The death of the President. So soo
as it was known in Corvallis that intelligent
of the assassinnation of President Lined?
and Secretary Seward was passing along tb
wires, on Saturday, the most intense feeiirg
pervaded the. community. At first it -wis
hoped that the news was not reliable ; tad
some malicious person had set it a float
For a few hours intense anxiety existed. Jit
could not be true ! Is any man, or any fen
in the Nation base enough to commitjek
deeds ? It can not be true was the hc pe ;-e
feeling of the community. This most f a
ful suspense was ended horrever by ev! igr
ot tne nts,
with much of the details of the horrib!' As
fair assumed reliability, and were give to
the public in an extra from the GAZrxjif-
fiice. Like a clap of thunder itfiiri
Tn tV,a noma f fiA
net, gave the assurance that the rebellion
was about crushed that the Southern States'
would now repudiate secession and come back
into the Union. At these bright prospects
of peace, the great popular heart began to
throb with joy. The life of the President
had been endangered durinsr the pnrlior
the President, found their presence pi event
years of the war, but as these indications offleft. To-day aontinuation of the mournful
Ithat tbe rebels had lost their best frieud
The Intelligencer has the following : It
lis understood trom the best authorities that
JMr. Lincoln expressed the utmost confidence
in tho then Vice President.
Washington, April 16. From the mo-
W.4LLA WALLA VALLJJY.
THE subscriber wants to exchange a
Ranch eight miles from tho city of
Walla Walla for one in the Willamette
Valley. For particulars apply to F.
ment the President was shot up to tho tinicHA. Chenoweth, Esq., Corvallis, or to
.... 1 Ej a x f a f -xr k -v-
of his death he was insensible. Tho Vice
President visited him during the night,, but
remained onlv an hour. In tact many ot
t - l
those who rushed to assist in takiug care of
April 15, 18G5.
returning peace began to appear, all appre
hension of personal danger to the Chief
Magnate, was dissipated. The bolt there
fore fell with terrible, stunning power on
the American people. That there were men
in Washington city competent to do so black
a deed so damnable so unuterable a deed
as this, never entered into the mind of an
honorable man. That there were in the
land, from East to West, from North to
South, men capable ol so foul, so monstrous
an n.l na I U 1 .1 11 11 1 ' . 1
" .bv as tin; uuiu uiouueu muraer or men . . , . - , ,
. HUU Ullll I1UUI, L" ...n.llHJIi. H'V ' J J U I . . . . Kl
vjuusi iuagistrate oi tne nation, we liad nolappropriate ceremonies
theught. The act is too enormous to believe, New York, April 17. Information has
stillness of yesterday. 1 he streets are not
crowded. There is not a building either in
Georgetown or Washington not draped in
mourning. The corpse is laid out in the
room of the Executive Mansion in which the
President lay. It will be removed to the
east room, where the fuuoral servioes will
Hunter, acting Secretary of fctate, an
nounces that the funeral will take place at;
12 o clock M., on n cduesday, the 19th ofi
April. All of the various religious denomi
nations throughout the country are invited
to meet in their respeotive places of worshipj
'.v4 LGt tfiUc 'TEiHg cf the whole land tes
tify to the fact, thajt it had been committer
The dark transaction proves that a ci
spiracy existed to deprive the nation of thr
services of the President and his Prime'
to ? seemed to be expressed by every Jy.
Business every where was suspendedt
were all lowered at half mast, churcb,bellsB'n'8ter' anc' tiat was can"ied out b.v a.
were tolled, men gathered in groups,'ad Mcombination. There can be no doubts en-
sad sad, was every face, and deeply jainedBert'ne wa9 prompted by political
was every heart. Arrangements weradeBantjagonism, and not from personal consider
for religious ceremonies, wherein-, theBat'0DS- Ifc is a question of grave importance,
Throne of God a suitable express ofSan 'mPrtance most momentous, to what ex
prayer and supplication might be mde onBtent'lB!e11 conspiracy exist. For the
it! I i mi . . ' M .Jm r.i. L.il i . ?. r
vQis soiemn event, anis service CiiuoTf onB ' suan nave to await lar
Sabbath, in the Presbyterian Chunf. AtBt'ier evelepements.
the tolling of the bells the citisen of thfl wtii mrinir.
pny ana vicinity, witn their tamilies, with-1 On Wednesday, it heme understood that
but respect to political party views assem-ltW was the day on which the funeiAfl
present and participated in thu "str.ice J
Messrs. Boyakin, Hanna and Comer o
was crowde- to itslthe lamented President Lincoln was to
utmost capao. The neighboringjclergy-ioff at thetional Capital, all business wae
men oi tne dinerent denominat!r,. nl.nuu.j.J r..i. i ,ii, i, rv,-;J
lock in the afternoon. All bus-
rere closed, the bells tolled and
stood at half-mast. The citi
in the Presbyterian Church J
te divine service was perform-
ssrs. Driver and Wylie officia-
ia by the first named
Bret named T. most profonnd solemnS
pciTaucu toe congregation, iiut oee fa
murderous assault on the
How are the ml'
n wasborn inrtbe year 18,'
ki:mwi:m i: for sai,e.
T TLL Sell a desirably located, well finished
JL residence, in the heart of Corvallis, on good
terms. I will also sell all my
At a great bargain. For particulars inquire at
this ofBce, or of C. H. FRIENDLY.
NOTICE is hereby given that the copartnership,
heretofore existing between the undersigned
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. AU ac
counts and demands due the firm must be paid to
Corvallis, April 7, I860.
I have bought Mr. Titus out and will continue
the blacksmithing business in all its branches, at
the shop formerly occupied by B. Sylvester, in
Corvallis. MANUEL KNIGHT.
just been received that Sherman and John-1
son are negotiating for the niter s surrender.
Washington, April VJ. ,7os, V. John
ston has surnendered his entire army to Sher
man. This virtually clofees the war. The
rebel general expresses a willingness to sub
rr.it to the United States authorities. Leej
turned 30.000 men over. Our lossess will.
not exceed 10,000 or 11,000.
Passengers from Richmond assert that the
assassination of the President caused great
New York, April 17. Tribune's spepialM
11 UBliliiguuu v. 1 ' t i. '- .j i. " . "
to the beJBE that Booth is secreted in the,
city, butf?8 band of accomplices escaped
across the Western Bridge. Ihe correspond
ent says of Booth : On Friday, about 8 o'-
'clock A. M. three strangers shabbily dressed
called on him, but not being in his room
they left. They had the general appearance
of refugees. About 11 o clock Booth came
in, looking unusually pale, and called for
some paper. After writing some thime he
asked the clerk of the hotel whether this
was 1864 or 1865, The clerk' then noticed
the changean the deportment of Booth,
sealed his letter, put it in his pocket.
The following is a copy of a note r
to Vice President Johnson, last F'
which was only found on his table
along with other f&kdn ; T to
disturb you, but
Johnson was out at tbB ti
see the note till yesterday.
THE undersigned has just received from Cali
fornia a large .lot of Kooted Grapevines and
Slips, wruMv are orthe clioicest VMM i, n
pecially Adapted to'tniaev.mut.e, and ;ng more
than he can use himself he will sell
at a reasonae price. JOSEPH L
Oysters ! Oyster
A FRESH LOT OF
YAYUIBTA BAT OYSTERS,
JUST RECIVED and served up in every style,
at the YAQUIN A SALOON..
"VT OTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN THAT THE.
i undersigned Administrator of the estate of
Peter Knowles. deceased, in pursuance of an os
'der made by the county court pf Benton county.
Uregon, at tne April tjjrm tnereol A. U. I860,,
will offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, at the court house door in Corvallis, in
said county, on Saturday, the 6th day of May,
186.5, between legal hours on said day. the fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit :
I All that S. E. part of claim No. 53, in T; 1J
south of the base line, of range, No. 6 west of the
Willamette, bounded as follows : Beamninx at
the S. E. Corner of the aforesaid claim, thence
running west on the south of the aforesaid claim
' he. centre of the channel pf the north fork of
-stream, with the mean
' Ot tie channel, to