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COLUMBUS. OHIO. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 16, 1861.
VOL. VII. NO. 190. NEW SEMES.
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D ALLY. TEI-WKPJCLY AUD WEEKLY
M ANYPENNY fit MILLER,
PUBLISH! Bl AMD PBOPBIETOBS,
- 8T 0m Km. 88, 88 and 40, Horta High It
THRMB INVARIABLY IIT ADYAltCl, '
By tta Cantor, pur week, UMj
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U Uiiti Miii n4 plo4 loth, ooluanof
U c tui. ?Uc to be publtthtd. by bnr,
imt w :. more thn the ebove rti; bat all wok wU
tT--i .u. Ti.iL'Mkiv without oharffe. .
iiilneMqanU, not exceeding BTtllnee, peryeI to
il de. f 50 per line; outtlde . .
Soticeeof meetlniti.cluiriUblMMUjUei.OrtcoBip-irtei,
j bauu. Tie rule will not bTrte4 (', . ,
Wtw . wio price u the tallj, -here lie id!-"'
,5 both -erf" Sen the cWge Iwtb. Wo-kly will be
0 -l tbemteiof the Dally ,
Mo advertlMinent token except fcr a denajtoperioa
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
. earner Hprlnff Water St..,
OolUXXLlDVLS, OHIO.
W. B. FOTTS 8c CO.,
Aal Manufacture of Bran and Oompoattlon Oaallnp,
flDlihtd Brim Work ol all Deeorlptlone.
Electro Plating and: Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, AC.
ieWCO-dly ' ' " '
Dr. J. B. Beanman,
A RESIDENT DEBTI8T.
Lt THOSE KEQUIKING THE SEB.
ieei of a Dentluf, and farorincDr. Bwlth thlr
tronaKe moy rely on barlnn eatlifaotlon ilren. Tni
lee will be required on tn completion of an operation
omet four Door North of the Amerloan Hotel, orer
kuuuiii nt oioro. -'OoliunUte
Jan 7-til 1 1 1 ' - '
. A. B. 8IMZIU3,
Attorney at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oilce Awo .t Building, oppoilt. Capitol Square.
' : OOttlMBTJS. OHIO,
UOIjUM-BUS
Machine MasDfactGrin? Company
: u cUNUrAOTOMM 0
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtlngi, MUl GcarlBg, Kmhlaary.
' Aieci
jEL,ii3?ottca Worn
0 KTHT MMIIFTIOK.
. , cot I races, ohio.
0HA1. AAfBOB Sap't P- AMBOB,iTreaj.
deoll, ItWS-tf ......
MILLINERY GOODS.
$20,000 WORTH
OF
Millinery and Fancy
Goods
WAHE WOCLD KESPECT-
11. fully 1
Infonn the citizens oi uoiuauwe ami , r
clnltytnat kliwtockof ,
TALt AD WIKTEB JOTXIHEBY
. , is now comw.et, :
AatA beiitff particularly desirous ot
rcduclua; bla etock linmedl- .
.' ' atoly, he will Sell, -.
' ; FROM THIS DATE, AT ;
CREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
YOU CAN GET V '
Bargains ! Bargains ! Bargains !
; By Calling V
: and- -EXAMINING
HIS STOCK!!
HE PELLS EVERY VARIETY OF
MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS
TOGETHER WITH A , .
Largo; Stock V of Notions,
IOprlcei mml and ahall be satia-
. i 1 ( ' ' ,
,jU CAM. AT L: ; : J
R. H. Wara'a
BONNET ROOMS,
no. 09 EAaT tOtVK IXBET,
OOXjXJMXJXTE,
T01aio-r , .
M. M. POWERS & BRO
' DEALERS IN mrOKTKD AND DOMESTIC
CIOAHHe
0BA0CO, - ' a r ct i' j i i ,.
; AND' f AN0T AMI0LSS
Hoi 11 Katl State) Street, between Hlghand
the rosOffios , Columbus, Ohio, oeiMfcdOm
GOLDETt Hil l, sniHTJ,
OOLSEN HILL SHIRTS,
oold hill BBinTB.r?t v.r-r
The pattern ot these ehlns are new. . The Bodies, Yokes,
sletres and bo torn, are formed to lit the per ton with ease
and aomfort. The mark apoa tech one deslgnaUng the
siasnusdM relied on as btlng correct, and tachsblrtls
guaranteed -well mad.. - A full stock Of all' qualities
gonsUntlrfotasl.at-' - ' ' BAUI'S,
noTM. No. 89 South FlgS etreet.
FANCT BHEM tJIII.KB,--
IaNOY DRESS BILKS, .,:,
VAN0Y DRUBS BILKS. -
We are bow offering our isrmeni. stook at Fancy Dress
niiha t .rW iMa ihun erer before oSered in this elur.
The attesUoo, of the ladles tt this city sad Ttcinlty
solicited, as our stock la Tery seleot and eompleu la
irsotsualn'"1""11'-.. fcr.;? Ata
no. .H... . No. TO South High street.
' sif-or medical PBrpoeee.
PUB.K BHANDMXS, WINBS. CORDIALS, AND Bit
Tsas, fraas ''Bonded Warenoaa. "
. i. v. .i. -4 WM. MCDONALD. "
tmtU.v t-Titr. . 108 South align strsst..i
111 .n.lltlM tnr IAIrm: lan. Mian' MltU
Ugreat Trl, at ' BAIN
naySI
ANNUAL PROSPECTUS
OF
THB
t ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM!
PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS ! !
! THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN 13 PRINTED ON
J 1&J 3VE 3ML O T 3E3C SHEET,
M - .: ' , , AT THE LOW BATE OPJ
1 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR !
' . PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
i It ia an old and reliable Democratic Journal, and, m a political poper, bo
No Superior in Ohio or any other State!
n addition to iia pIUioal choraeler, it ia a first olnw newapaper, furnuhiDg iU readers with the
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An epitome of the atirring eyenU eonitantly oeourring at home and abroad, and ohoice mieeel-
laneons selections. It also gives the latest and moat reliabl.
Trom all the prinoipal mart
The Business Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer, and the Laborer
' Will each find their tastes and interests consulted and attended to ia the columns of
maim wm'nlTCTj'g ta'pjs.iun&'s&.j&.N.
. ! During the session of Congress and the Ohio Legisliiture, the readers of the Wiklt States
MAX will be furnished with a eonelse report of the doings of each of those bodice.
During the past year, the circulation of the Wmly States A-i haa increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our desire to extend it cir
onlation, not only in Ohio,
But in all the States and Territories West of Us!
In proportion as it is diffused among the people, its usefulness will be increased; and we invite
our politioal and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Weekit Statesman 4
The Largest Possible Circulation
Among the people. The price of the paper is so low that no Demoorat need be without it. As
an inducement to friends to aid us in increasing the circulation of the Weeklt States, we
mgn A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS .
To the person who will, by4 the 1st day of January, 1861, send us the largeat ;Club of yearly
subscribers, with the cash tor the aame; TWENTY DOLLAB3 to the person who sends us the
ieoond largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who sends us
the third largest Club of subscribers as aforeaid; and to each person who senda us a Club of
ten yearly subscribers, with the cash for the same, we will send a copy of the
Weekly Statesman One Year without Charge!
O" Those who are willing to compete for the Premiums, or eolioit subscribers for the States
man, can cut this Prospectus out of the paper and attach to It a strip of writing paper, on which
to record the names of all persons who may become subscribers.'
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
FUBllfeUEfiS OHIO STATESMAN
of Trade and Commerce.
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NAMES.
STONE'SJBAZAAR.
)N"o. 4 Gwvnne Block,
A. P. STONE & O'HARM
ABBNOWBECEIVIIfOXItEliawiM.
TK GOODS, and torn, the publio to loipeot
them. Mo such itock of Qooda has ever been brought to
thli market. The Boathf In eoneeqaence ot the failure
of the f raio crop, has not been able to purehate the us
ual quantity of rleh (oodi, and this fast hM forced the
Importer! to tell them at publio auollon. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being la New Tork at theee large sales, took
.drentaie of them, and wo can and will aell our goods
here, at lea than any ore who purchased two weeks alnce,
paid for them In New York. Our stock ii complste In
ewy department of .
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VAIENCIAS,
TR1NTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURG3,
DYED COBUGSj
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
. . ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
J DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thansand Dollars Worth
. Bought in One . Day,
At one ball the Coat of Impoitation.
LADIES' FURS,
in all Vnrletlea, of the Celebrated
Bfannfatare of C. G. Gnu.
there dc Hon.
HOSIERY APARTMENT,
Men's, tadlis sad Children's Under Shirts snd Drawers;
Ladles, HUMS and Children's Uoolery of all klnrti, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined snd Cotton OIoth
of every make.
. .". ALao
A complete a3tortment cr all the usual wio-
ttesof - - ; , '.
LADIES' CLOTHS.
. CASSIMEftES, -
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, , , . . ,
RIBBONS.
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Qent'i Linen Cambrio Hand
T4 pereonswho call on tie, we pleilge ourworda to
ahow tbem the Urgeit, beet and cheapen stock of Qooda
eren sea la tnu marsei, or pay " ""
hour while looking. . . ,
deel-dl8wHw.i V. Z .1 8TOSS t O H ARB. A
GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
WM. B. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
Importers and Wliolesal. Dealers to ; -
I. a
Brandles-WInei,
Gins and " Began,
be leer, (o sail (he attention of the eltlsens of the Unt-
. . . l trtua tk?IAei eatail l.lfiNAstl waeet' omsk.
ted States t. their Purs Wines and Liquors, put ui
a.. tt..in ..murritlon. for Family and Medical
i- ..urted (a autt customers. Cluba, Military aad
other publio bodies, wn requirw w pu,cm n.. r
small auauuuea, in mv.
dealt with. rnc. ai ppimauvu.
OLD MOHEHOUSEv BITTERS.
Bseommended by the Bipiiyaioians as the best reme
A.kB for Dtauepala. lodlgeatloo, Debility, and all
Mortons Dlieaees. As a benng e, H is purt, whole
some, aad delicious to the taste, Bold ay AH Airafguis
J , WM. B. M0UIHC VBB C., ITopTS, ; ,
j ,s'. . '. .".".!..'.' ' 3j 5 Bsobanrs Place, ;
i!a .':.' ;'-'-',"'JerKjCltj-, V. f.
TObsertterwirlth to atiraga fswaaHre
men, as Local snd TrtTeUng Agents for their home, to
wnoss iieeral inauoaaonta wiu at ouerea. . . mr iiiw
niara, aaareai ae aooT.. . , iww
-CVANOT LUEN AND MILK. FANS IN
X1 new styiesi eJUbeoa Bound, Sxtmaioa ana in
dlaatjnsat
BAIN'S
I w
No. t Boath High street
NAMES.
Firo Insurance!
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Caetto street. Liverpool. SO and SI Poultry, London.
Office, W wall and ul fine atreets, Mew xora.
THOMAS M00DIB, Agent, Columbni, Ohio.
Paid tip Capltnl, Murplna
and Heierved funds 0,flCB,S8S
Inve.ted Inthl. Country over..8(Xl,j( O
I early nerenue, over xcuo,uuu
UjThe Ebareholderi personally reeponilble for en
uiementsof the Coopasy. AUEirecton muat be Share
holder!.
Directors sad Shareholders In New Tork :
Junes Brown, Eiq, Chairman. Vraneii Ootteoet, Itq.,
uepuiy unairman.
M. Archibald. II. B. U. Consul. Eugene Dutilh. Iu.
Joseph Qalllard. Jr.,Eiq. H. Orlnnell, Jiiq.
Awsander liamlltnn. jr., fctq. . r. BaDneron,ciq.
ALU. HAMILTON, jr., Eeq.,
Counael of the Soaid.
Alfrws Fill, Ejq , Betldent Bscretary.
Local Board la Cincinnati;
W. Thomas. Eiq. J. D. Josee.K.q. RufuaKIng, Eiq.
' Thompson Neare, liq. Jtob't Buchanan, Kiq.
Th.andereimed. Agent In this city, will b. happy to
receive app llcaUons for Iniuranoe In the aboft Company,
AT IBB CUT BANK.
tie can recommend It with entire confidence to til deilr-
oui of obtaining protection sgalnatL03S BV F1BK.
No Charga for rolioloB.
nOTie-tf TH0S. HOODIE.
HOLIDAYS.
FANCIES,
Soch artistes ai yon ittir for your nCSBAND
Sues u you naeol for your WIJB.
Bocbas arsproyer for your DAUGHTER.
Such as your SISTER will pratt you for.
Such as yoar BROTHER can .
Such as you want for " TBI ONE YOU L0VB BEST
Sach u will be pood for lie BLESSED BABY."
Such as all seat for,
May be found In rsrlety, la my new stock of
WATCHES) CHAINS JEWEtBYi
PLATED COODSt
And general assortment ot
; Fanoy snd Utefnl Artloles.
WM. BLYNN,
No. 10 Bnckevo Block
December. 1860.
, FARIII.T FLODH.
"yyHITK WHEAT, BHANDEfi
"SHOWK'ljAIiJS."v .
From " Baraett Mllie," Springfield, O. the beat brand of
rlour brought to our market, naitiractton guarantees
for sale only at WM. McDONALD'S,
now gem Bontn mgn street.
HoJiday Presents.
HALICOH, DeLAINESI. MKRINOJ
Vj CHIATZES, DHE89I SILKS, and all
kinds of faahlonabl. . . . i
"Winter Drooo Ooods.'
we sre bow offerlrgat rsry lowpricee.
i , rSTJSK BA10I,
decSl. No.SSSouihlilghstreet.
Save Your Money.
I Am. NOW RkCEITINO 8CBSCRIP
tlona for all the Magazines and Literary papers In
the country ana out or n; among in. former, the oorn
MM. Timnl. Bar. the Atlantis. Umrnnr. QaAmw Patnon.
Knickerbocker, jsciectio, Biaoawooa, the brtuan ituarter-
liev. an., v.u. Dununmrawi k. ...ijll n.
0HBAPER and free of Postal, by eendtng their Snb-
Scrlptloua through tt.e. RICHARD KHNNBDY,
declS ' ' 1 Btata street
Watches and Jewelry.
A FIND ASSORTMENT OF WATCH
Xss, Clocks, Jewelry, Bilvetware, Aon kept conttant
yon nana l,
" tt. KIRKPATRIOK'S,
' -No. 103, South High Street, Columbus, 0
Trr Welches aad Jewelry repaired, '
uec4'd3m 'i . .. it: , :..J
GENTL.HraENH HECK t IKS,
OKNXl.BMBN'S NECK TUB,
6BNILEUKN'i NECKTIES.
The most dessrsbls sasortment Is lbs city and at usual
ly low prices. . . FETCH BAIN,
botS. ' ' ' 1 No. South High street.
Ei
LESANT FLAIN BAiACK BILKS I0R
Street Basques ana alantlesi aJto. Bloh Xrlmm In
and Taeocls to match, at - ,". - , BAIN
i asaySS
i.J
.i I'
A PPLESl APPLE Bit
XX 100 bbls. Choice Apples reoelred on eonalrnnent
for sal. bv mcftjifl HBBTUIAUX.
34 N, High street.
TUMI,
' Daily, per ear
Tri Weekly, per (tar..
Weekly, pet yea ....
.16 00
. a oo
. 1 oo
THE STAR OF THE WEST AT CHARLESTON:
DETAILS OF HER VOYAGE.
DETAILS OF HER VOYAGE. OUTRAGE ON THE AMERICAN FLAG.
A correspondent of the New York Evening
Pott, wbo wai on board the Star of tkt Wttt
daring her reoent visit to Charleston harbor,
furnishes me louowmg attaiia oi ins exciting
crnise:
ON ROAD STAR OF THE WEST.
Saturday, January 5th, 1861.
Tiie steeinsh'iD Star of t h Wat sailed from
the foot oi Warren street, New York, this after
nooo. At about 6 o'olook. under command of
Ciptain MoGawan, an expsrleoced officer, who,
tor many years, was In the United States rev
enue service.
The vessel cleared for New Orleans and Ha
vana, hnc this via onlv a crecautionarv meas
ure, bi the real object of the expedition was to
convey provisions and troops to Major Ander
son, at Fort Sumpter. The plan ot the move-
Bent Mens to be to convey tnese Aroops and
stores aa they would be conveyed In a time of
firofound peace, except that it is intended to go
n early In the morning, if possible, without the
knowledge of the Sooih Carollotaoi. In accor
dance with this plan,' the greatest precautions
possible have been employed to keep tue move
TRANSFER OF SOLDIES.
The transfer of the men and baeraee from
the Lodwwd to the Star oj thi Wat commenced
immediately, and was conducted with aa much
expedition and . silence as possible. I placed
myself at the neaa or me gangway, ana al
though our lights were dim, I could see the sol.
diets distinctly aa they came up, In their gray
overcoats and dark capi. Officers and privates
were as fine looking fellows as one could wish
to gee. I learn, however, that about one hun
dred and fifty of the men are recruits.
THE SECRESY ON BOARD.
Suuh secresy has been observed lu starting
out the expedition that the officers in command
were wholly ignorant of their destination until
a few hours previous to their departure. After
(bey were informed ot it they were not permit
ted to leave the (Bland until they get foot upon
the Lockumd, All communication, in fact, be
tween the island and the city was out off. One
of tbem showed me an order issued but a few
days aince directing him to proceed to Califor
nia, and he bad been home and made all the
preparations for bis journey. Now his baggage
is In New England, and be Is on the Stir of tht
Wert, bonnd lor Fort Sumter.
The privates, of course, were wholly Ignorant
of their destination when tney came on board
this evening, it was curious the hear their onn
rersallon.
"Halloo, Billy, are you here?"
"Yes, Jim, this Is me."
"Well, where are we?"
"I don't know, Jimmy."
"Well, I don't care. I'd go to the d quick
enougn to get off that old island."
It may well be questioned whether "Jimmy"
will find it pleasanter to be shut up in Fort Sum
ter six mouths or a year, more or lees, than be
bas lound it on "tnat old-island."
SPECULATIONS ON BOARD.
If we are attacked, will Fort Samtcr protect
us 7 It is said it can silence the cues of Axout
trie in a few hours, and if it shall do so, we can
He off until the job la accomplished, and then
periorm our work, we luuy expect loe pro
teetlon of Fort Sumter. The captain bas an Ira'
mense American flag, twenty feet by forty, and
haa been instructed to raise this at the mast-
bead the moment the first ahot Is fired. There
ii already an ordinary United States .flag aft,
and raising tnis large one forward, can oaraiy
fail to Inform Msjor Anderson that we consider
ourselves under his protection.
A STEAMER PASSED.
At a fow minutes past eleven o'clock this eve
ning, we met the steamer Columbia, from
Charleston, bound for Hew York. Captain Ber
ry, who is a zealous secessionist, let on nine
rockets, but our captain did not respond. We
display but few lights, and the soldiers are not
permitted to remain on oecic wnue a vessel ib in
light.
We took an experienced pilot fromlNew York,
asa Charleston pilot waenot to be thought.of; but
be Is not laminar witn tue leanest on narDor,
and this adds much to the embarrassment of
A SENSATION.
MONDAY, January 7.
We m&do Cape Hatteras at ten o'clock this
morning.
We bad a decided "sensation" on board to
day. One of the officers was reading aloud
from Saturday's evening edition of one of the
New York morning papers, when be stumbled
upon a paragraph announcing that there was
reason to believe that the steamship "Star of
the West" would sail that afternoon with
troops and provisions for Fort Sumter. Of
course, there is no longer any doubt but the
chlvaklc Palmetto soldiery will be after us, and
that we shall bare to run tbtir guns or be sunk.
Our Captain, who bss seen much service, as
sures us that it is a very unpleasant business to
bo shot at a great while without any chance to
shoot back. In confirmation of this opinion,
be relates bow a vessel which he was once on
was fired into from a Mexican battery for about
half an hour before the ship bad any opportur
nlty of returning the compliment, tie says It
waa very unpleasant. I am not a military man,
but the assertion appears quite reasonable to
ma.
AT CHARLESTON BAR.
TUESDAY, January 8.
We made Cape Fear about 8 o'clock this
morning. We have moved slowly, as the cap
tain's instructions are to cross the bir early In
the morning and, run up to, Fort Sumter at
day break, aud we wish to approach the barbor
by nigni. i nis ai ter noon we stopoea bdom sev
enty mues irom ine ner lor inree nouri or more,
and had some fishing. The dsy has been de
lightful, and our incoess in enticing unsuspect
ing bsss was quite satisfactory.
Towaroi night we put on steam, auxious fur
the result of (o morrow morning's experiment.
THE ARRANGEMENTS ON BOARD.
Everr srrsnzement within the power of thoie
In charge has been made to secure the success
of the enterprise, and anxious Interest Increases
very hour. Every light has been extinguished;
even our state-rooms are in niter darkness, and
in the cabin we have only one lantern, by the
dim light of which one of the officers has this
evening been reading he adventures of Captain
Simon Suggs, for the entertainment of his com
panlons. ,- ,-: v .- l
The provisions have been brought up from
below, and placed in the cabin and on deek. If
Moultrie disables us, tue captain is determined
to run the vessel aground ai near Fort Sumter
aa possible! then the boats, which are all In readi
ness, will be instantly icwereu, ana ine men
conveyed to Fort Sumter as rapidly as possible.
it is boped, also, tbat Dy bringing me provisions
up, much of them may be conveyed to Major
Anderson, webave six boat, capable oi flow
ing ninety men . They have all been overhauled
since we left New York, and are in perfect or
der. Arrangements have been made for steer
ins the boat from the lower deck, in case the
wheelhouse should be shot away.' Men will
stationed below with mattresses to 11 up shot
holes. In short, everything has been done that
can be done to secure the accomplishment of our
-'
THE OFFICERS.
The following are the military officers on
board; ' ' ' '
Charles R.Woods, 1st Lieutenant, 9th Infan
try
Wm. A; Webb. 1st Lieutenant. Ctb Infantry,
Chas. W. Thomas, 2d Lieutenant, 1st Infan
trv.
Assistant Surgeon, F. G, S. Ten Broeck,
Medical Department.
Lieutenant Woods, a fine, soldiery-appearing
man, bas the command. lie bas served on the
frontiers, and in 1805 was despatched to Walla.
Walla, in Washington territory. He drove the
Indians out of Walla-Walla Valley in 1856, af
their attack upon Governor Stevens.
Lieutenant Webb bas served in Washington
territory, Texas, Florida, and went to Utah In
the winter of 1857. He was detached from his
regiment and bad charge of a heavy battery.
He also constructed the woiks at Fort Br i fl
eer, and was subsequently on General John
ston's staff for a year. He left Utah In April,
and has since at been Governor's Island.
Lieutenant Thomas has served mostly In Tx
as, and has been, at different times, at nearly
every post In tbat State.
Dr. Ten Uroeclt was graduated at the College
of Physicians aad Surgeons, and entered the
service in 1847, shortly after the battle of Cerro
uoroo. tie served in the Castle oi Ban Juan
and Vera Cms, and subsequently iu the city of
Mexico. After peace was declared he served
on the Texan frontiers.
LIGHTS OUT ON THE COAST.
WEDNESDAY, January 9.
1 awoke at three o'clock this morning, and
went immediately to the upper Heck where I
found the captain, mate, pilot, and two military
officers. I learned that we arrived In the vicin
ity of Charleston bar about midnight tbat all
the coast lights had been extinguisbed, and that
thus far it had been Impossible to find the main
channel. It is evident from these Indications
that the hospitable South Carolinians do cot
mean tbat we should go In without a salute,
WEDNESDAY, January 9. THE MORNING.
I have never seen a finer morning than the
one which dawned upon us. The sky was dear,
and the moon, a faiut crescent of silver, had
Just arisen, acd the low coast looked like a
dense lorest or evergreen. Toe spires at
Charleston became visible in the approaohing
daylight, and on the walls of Fort Sumter
we descried the American flag floating In the
broeze.
ATTEMPT TO ENTER THE HARBOR—ATTACK OF
TEH BATTERY.
On we go; the soldiers are below with loaded
muskets, and the officers are ready to give the
word if there is anything tod o. Now it is broad
daylight, and we are naking direotly into the
guns of Fort Moultrie, whose blaek walls are
distinctly visible. The llttlo steamer at our
right is burning a signal light aft, and is mi
kiag all possible headway up the baibor. Now
we discover a red raimetto nag at our lei t on
Morris Island, at a little village called Cum
mlngs Point, and apparently but little more
than a mile Irom Fort Sumter.
"Is it possible that these fellows have got a
battery off herel" asked one.
"No," answers another; " 1 here Is no battery
there."
But there Id. It Is now a quarter pait seven.
and we are about two miles from Fort Sumpter
and Moultrie, wnicu are cqui-diatant from us,
and, suddenly, whiz z ! comes a richochet shot
from Morris Island. It plunges into the water
and skips along, but tails short of our steamer.
The line was forward of ocr bow, and was, ol
course an invitation to stop. But we are not
ready to accept the proffered hospitality, and the
captain pays no attention to it, except to run up
the stars and stripes at the masthead the gar
rison flag mentioned before. A moment of anx
ious suspense, and bang 1 goes a heavy cannon
from the same masked battery. The ahot falls
short of us a hundred yards or more, and bounds
clean over our vessel art, nearly on a line with
the bead of a sailor, but, luckily a little above
it.
On we go, and whiz I again goes the smaller
gun first fired, and another riheochet shot skips
along the water, aud fails short of ns.
"Booh !" exclaims the captain; "you must
give us bigger guns thaa tbat, boys, or you can
not hurt cs."
On we go, without heeding the compliment
of our Charleston friends. Another moment
and bang I again goes the heavy gun.
The ball now strikes our ship in the fore
chains, about two feet above the water. A
seaman was holding ths lead to take the Bound
logs, and the ball struck directly unrJer his feet.
It ia not surprising tbat, under the circumstan
ces, Jack waa strongly inclined to take to bis
heels, and he begins to scramble np with might
and main, when the captain assures him tbat
there is no danger, one bail having Btruok so
near' bim; on the principle, I suppose, that
lightning never strikes twice In the same place,
Jack, reassured, patiently takes bis place and
drops the lead again.
The ball, fortunately, was too far spent to go
through the sido of our vessel, although it left
an honorable scar.
The battery continues to play upon us, and
huge ball comes clean over us near the wheel
house. We are not yet within range of the
guns of Fort Moultrie, aud yonder is a cutter
in tow of a ateamboat, preparing to open fire
upon us. A moment longer aud we shall be in
ranee of these three batteries. The gunners
on Morris Island are growing confident; if they
get the right range they will send a shot thro'
our side, scattering death and destruction.
Moultrie, directly in front, will bring her heavy
guns to bear and will drive their deadly missiles
into our bow, while tbe cutter will open on our
right.
w by does pot major Anderson open nro upo
tbat battery and save ns'f We look in vain for
help; the American flag flies from Fort Sumter,
and the American flag atour bow and stern is fired
upon; yet there is cot the slightest recognition
of our presence from the fort to which we look
for protection. 1 be unexpected battery on
Morris Island haa cut eff all hope of escape by
running the vessel aground near Sumter and
taking to the boats. Is it possible that Fort
Sumter bas been taken by the South Caroli
nians? If it has not, why does not Msjor An
derson show tbat he will protect us, or at least,
recognize us In some way J To go within ranee
of the guns of Fort Moultrie is to expoee ves
sel, men, ana stores to almost instant destruc
tion or to capture by the enemy.
THE RETREAT.
"Helm out ot port!" shouts the captain, and
ine star oi tne west is turned about without
any great loss of time, as you may well imagine.
We turn without accident, and steam away,
with the stars and stripes still floating, and ths
battery still playing upon us by way of a part
ing salute. . -:.
As we steam away the steamer near Moultrie
having the hostile cutter In tow, steams away
into Swash channel, evidently with the Intention
of cutting eff our retreat; but she soon abandons
the chase, and we sail out, without a man killed
or wounded,1 with our stores unharmed, and
proceed unmolested, 'probably on our homeward
journey.
AN INCIDENT ON THE SEA.
"
Soon after crossing the bar of the Charles
ton barbor, on our nomeward course, we met
fine sailing vessel, the Emily St. Purrt
Ubarieston. captain McUowan stopped and
bailed her. -
"Where do you hail from?" said he
"From Liverpool," was the reply.
" "Whither bound?"
"To Charleston."
"What flag do yon (ail under?"
' 8o far under the American flag."
"Then you can't go Into Charleston." said
captain. "They will not let the American
go into mat port, i was mat drivea out ot there,
They fired upon me when I was sailing under
ine American nag."
"Tben, I suppose, I must go in under the Pal
motto flag," said bo of tbe Emily St. Purrt.
. "Then, I ought to take you," shouted
captain, with energy; "War bas been declared
they nave nrea upon me, and you are a lawful
prize. "j . ' .
i ou can ao wnai yoa line," repuea me om
er, with voice which seemed to be tremulous
irom one cause cr another; "you are tne strong
eroartv." -
. Captain McGowan concluded that, inasmuch
as be had not at present a com mission
Government, be would let the Emily St. Pierre
go be way. but declared that if he had his com'
mission ll would be delightful to bring ber
after the treatment ne nad received this morn
ing from Charleston. -v
THE EXCELLENCE OF THE SHOOTING.
The military men on board highly compli
mented the South Carolinians on their shooting,
In this first attempt. They say it was well
done; that all which wm needed was a little
better range, which they probably could have
obtained in a few minutes. Their line was
perfect, and the opinion is expressed ihat some
one bad charge of the guns wbo understood bis
business.
THE GUNS EMPLOYED.
Two gun were employed; tbe smaller, it is
believed, a twelve pounder, and the larger
a thirty-two pounder. This, however, la only
conjecture. Whatever their size, they were
well manned. Tboy were fired rapidly, and
with a will.
THE RETURN VOYAGE.
We crossed the Charleston bar, outward
bound, about nine o'clock. There was then a
consultation as to our future movements'. The
impossibility of enterlrg the harbor and landing
at Fort Sumpter was sufficiently apparent. We
bad no instructions except to go to For Sumpter,
and It waa decided . tbat the only thing to be
dene was to put back to New York at soon as
possible.
A MISTAKE.
It is believed that if the South Carolinians
had not made a mistake we should have par
taken of their hospitality, whatever it maybe,
as prisoners. If tbe battery on Morris Island
bsd waited ten minutes longer before firing, we
should bare been completely at their mercy. It
was only necessary tor them to wait until we
were within range of the guns of Fort Moul
trie, and escape would bare been impossible.
So that, had It not been for this new and unex
pected battery on Morris Island, and Its prema
ture firing, we should inevitably bave fallen In
to the bands of tbe enemy, if we bad esraped
shooting and drowning. ,
DISTANCE OF VESSEL FROM THE FORTS.
The Star of the Weat'was about fire-eighths of
a mile from the battery on Morris Island. When
she turned.we were about a mile and a half from
rort Sumpter, and tbe ssme distance from Fort
Moultrie. Tbe Morris Island battery is an-
isreLtly about a mile and a quarter from Fort
lumpter. Had we not turned about we should
bave soon been within less than three-fourths
of a mile of Moultrie. -
Since our return, it ha been ascertained that
two shots took effect on tbe steamer, one, as al
ready stated, on her port bow, and a second, as
she was turning, on ner starboard quarter. Oae
shot passed between the smokestack and tbe
engine beam.
it is not true, as 1 learn has been stated in
some of tbe morning papers, that the Star of the
west struck ber colors, we came out oi
Charleston w ith the stars and stripes still fly
FORT SUMFTER.
Any one who la familiar with the Charleston
harbor cannot fail to appreciate the importance
ot rort tsumter. from me deck or our vessel
It bad the appearanoe of a new red brick build
ing. It completely commands the channel,
rort Moultrie, and Morris Island. Our officers,
however, are In doubt whether It commands tbe
masked battery on that Island whloh fired on us
The battery is, apparently, simply an earth
work constructed among sand hills. -The port
holes of Fort Sumpter overlooking Morris Island
ware closed, and it 1b possible mat tbe guns on
mat sido of tbe fortress bave not been mounted.
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THE.
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN";
HAYINO A CIRCULATION
LAfiQZS BY OTZBAL TH0UIAHD8
Thta any other paper la Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Speed? and Resnuneratlvo Returns
lo those whs take advantaga of them. .
THE w n:n;iTT.V STATESMAN
D Ittribated ei It Is through every Poet OEc lu Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage Is valuable, and who seldom see the
Dally Editions of city journals; and as only
. Limited Ktrabei of Admtiiemsnti
Are Inserted In Its columns, appoprlaUly and
HANDSOMELY WSPUYED!
. Titer cannot ran, to
-Lttxaot Attention
.-:: OF ALL I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will fin
It advantagous In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an sxtentlve dlssemla
atlon ot a knowledge of their business
AMONG COUUTBY DEALEBS !
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED FOB
The Weekly Statesman
Should W handed In before Friday noon.
JAB. 11. M'KEE. .. . ; .WM- H. BISTTJEAUX.
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
GROCERS
. AND . ,. .
PRODUCE DEALERS,
No. at North Hlg-a Street,
, . . r . ,,' ; . OOIUMBUS, OHIO, '
HAVE ON HAND AT WHOLES ATE
and Retail, FINEST STAPLE GBOOERI.E3,
FL0TJB, SALT, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, TOBAOOO,
SEOARB, Eto Etc. Our Slock has keen purchased In
Eastern Cities during the Panic,
FOR OAOII,
and our main endeavor will bs to offer Inducements to
liJT2 (TZeSS which are not exceled by any House in
thsoity. aeca,
HENRYTOW,
Wholesale sad Retail Dealer In
Foreign & , Domestic Cigars,
t " . .. nro natT BBAXDS 1 '
Smoking & Chewing Tobacoo.
Also, the. best quality of SNTJIF'B constantly
ob tanfl.' i
HjCountry Merchants are Invited to call bofor. pur
chasing elsewhere. - 1 '
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bet. Mala and Sycamore,
novSl w6m CINCI O.
Sherifi's Sale.
flnrltf r A: Rarrlsoa
vs. ' i 8iperiir Court.
'" B. Leke'x-'- "' '' -
BY VIRTU Bi OF AN ORDER OF SALE
t m. directed, from the Buperior Court of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will ocer for sale in the Tillage
Lockbourne In said county at me narenoui. bow cc
curled by David Barber, on c.-" ,; tr.u
Monday, the 21st flay ef January, A. D. 1861,
at 10 o'clock. A. M. th. following Property to wit:
Derrick and fixtures belonging thereto, two etone shears,
a ms hara. 1 Jaak Screw and Lexer. 8 Sled its. 4 truck
wheels. SSheereS, 1 Pick, 1 Stone Book, 4 buckets
shovels, 1 single shier, block, 1 h , i derrick- name,
crane irame, a lot oi rope.ani tne eanai noai s.ogvn.
0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff
jao9-d!0t. ; '- . ; By Eb. DtTis, p ipy.
FOR SALE,
...-t fcWt I
A I. Alt UK BODY OFr L A ND 1.VINO
iV on tb. National Road, Weet "of Celumbua, within
franttwotoflT.mtle.fromth.elty. The property wltl
be Mid to lots to salt purorrs, aooj,. rarorao.e Mms,
Apply te JOHN W. ANDRBWB,
JeolO-dtw Agent for John 0- Holloway-
Oolnmbus, January 10.
GREAT ATTlMCTtOJvlV
.rain a-all
WM. RICHARDS
AGAIN NOTIFIES THE PEOPLE OF '
Columbus and Ttcinlty, that he is before thea wlUa -on.
of the beat stock ot
DRY GOODS
ever offered to their discriminating gau selected with
great can, and purchased at Paula Prices, he feels last - "
fled to saying, no mas can offer greater tndooemtBto te
the 'ready pay" buytts. HI line of
Dress Goods
la complete, consisting of all ths latest styles and Im
portations. both plain and fancy, and la great Tsrietles.
Satinets, Cloths and Cassimerei,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT THE MANY.
PRiritsi .
PRINTS I ! PRINTSll!
YARDB TO NUMEROUS TOO KINT10K.
Sheeting, Shirting, Ticking, Toweling. Cotton at Wool
Flannel, Oentlcmen'e Furnishing Qooda, me., Ao., at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 1
HOODS!! HOODS!!!
BEAUTIFUL ONE! JUST BEOEITgD Bf EXFBJMS.
BALMORAL SKIRTS:
4 yaros wide admitted by all to bs tbe
Best, Nicest and Cheapest,
In market. Don't fall to get oa.
Remember the place and call soon at
258 South High Street,
NEAR FRIEND.
decIS-lmd WILLIAM BIOHARDa.
MM
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waaiaai
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia.
RAILROADS.
lot Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapoliil
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THRES TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIR3TTRALN.
(Dally, Mondays excepted.)
NIOUT EXPRESS, via bay ton, at 9:45 a. m..atcp
ping at London, Xanla, Dayton, tllddletowa aud Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 80 a. m.;Dayton at 0:45
a.m., Induuiopoliaat 19:49 a- -; K.. Louis at 1151
'"" SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 0:10 a. a., stopping at all 8ta
tlom between Oolwmbns and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 1IUB a. m., Dayton at 9: lit. u.,
Isdlsuopoltsaf S9p. m.
THIRD TRAIN.
DAI KXPEB8S,at .30p. a., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charles ton. Oedarvllle, Xenia.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Dcrfield, Foster's.
Loveland, Mil ford and Plalnnlle, arrlrlcg at Cincin
nati at 740 p. m.; St. Louis at 12 a; Dsjton at 343 p.
m.; Iadhutopollsat 10:) p. a.
Sleeptnar Car. all Nltnt Trains to
Cincinnati anal iBdlanagtalU.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THKOtJOH. 4
For further information and Through Tickets, apply to
M. L. DOUBRir,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Oolumbua, Ohio.
K. W. WOODWAJLD, 1
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
jnu. W. OVUKU.TT
Agent, Oolumbua,
Jul3
of
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BORTLE & SHEDD,
No. 273 South High Street,
DEALERS IN
FINE FAMILY GKOCEBIER, fOAS
elgn and Doaeotlo Fruits, choice Family Flour,,
Teae, 4c, are now In receipt of their entire Stock pur
chased within the put two weeks In New York at Pule
rricoa.
W. merely wish to say that ws have .very thing eisai
lykpt In afrat class Grocery, and are determl&ed to
sell our Qooda at prices that will defy competition.
IOGoode Delivered to any- part of
the City free of Charge.
deeTT-deodlm
WHITE WHEAT FAJHILY I LOCK,
-Unldw An Brand. " For ami. only by BORTL B
k SHEDD. No. 873 South High street. UscTl-deoolm
STEWART'S DOUBLE EXTRA OWL
en Syrup, from drippings of Lef Sugar at BORTL!
ABtlfDD'd. deol7MUB .
GENUINE HOLLAND HERHIAO, AT
BORTLK a SHEDD'8, 87J Beuth High street.
decl7-deodlm
CHOICE KAISINS, PRUNES, CFJB
rants and Figs, cheap, at BORTLE A SH HDD'S Now
Grocery. 417-eol lsa
FIRE CRACK EHSlOO BOXES JOT
received by BORTLE; As SHXD0, S73 8oath High
street. decl8-dodla
CHOICE OREEN AND BLACK TEAS),
very cheap, at BORTLE A SHEDD'S. - - -
doi7-deodla
PVKB WINES AND LlQUtfltaj
FOB
A. Medioalputpoees.il
BORTLE a SHEDD'S.
i, Bcotah Ale and London Porter, at
del7-eclB
FOKHEi'INEDSCGAn. I3LBS. FOR
Bl. and and all the standard Refined Baeare. cheaper
than the cheapest, go te BORTLE SUED D o B7S South
High street decl?-doodlm
Baltimore Clothing Hons?
:!
1 H1 '
J3J-bTJ3V.
MairorACToans aRb w aoiauxa buisu u
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltiort-stTeet,
(irwk msibtt am bowsed,) ( ,
'.' : BALTIiriOBE. gl.
A Large Assortment ot Plaos and Vuralahlag
Goods Constantly en Hand1
OctWUIy "
TJACT.IT. 'WTTpT.-yryi AT.Tf; J.J C
LOOKING ..GLASS- STORE.-i
JOSHUA. CO WFtAlID, .'' .( ,: ' '
Manufacturer and Dealer, No. 63 Benfl Fo.rth it-vl .:
.: i between Market and Ghestnal, Fouadelpala. .. . ,
WHERE HE OFFERS AT . tBW
prices, an extensive variety of Looking Q laser , In
QUI, Mahogany and Walnut Frames, Large French Plate - -Mirrors,
Plata and RJuhly Ornamented, QUI aad Fancy .
Wood Portrait and Picture Frames.'-, i .j.i;:;..-, ..:
tooxisa euua rum by rax box, .
ffii5inni!.-'a:1
Ooode necked la th Barest man ner, bef ' Insured - V
against Breakage, s. t; " ' v ' -. .'
.: i --,
Bng30fflm.
.M Boatfe Foarta 8treW
railadelpbla.
-. 7 HENRY FCffiHLBBs ;1 ." -' r-.t
(Late of nutloal FstaMlstissct, K. T.J Pwitr i:
- th. New York FeebisnaM. Beariag, Hair Outein. r:,
i Bhampooolog, Curling and Dressing falcon,, No. Ii.
Eaet State street, near th. Poet OJloe, flrsf floor. '
' where 'eatlsfscUoa will be slrea Is all the vartoa. '
. braaohw.'- aues aae Children's Hair VnMstna
B the beet etyte. yMI-dtr
PARIS CLOAKS AND PALETOTS
Mad. la the most otolith aad .lrruit Baaaei
new loToloe Just opened by PBTER BAIN,
dec,. 11.
No.. 29 South Blgh street.
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