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TUESDAY EVENING, APR". 83, 1861.
Meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee.
'i miitee.
Ta Bemocvatl Stat Central Commute 1 hereby
mottli4iaiwrat0oiumbunfriday, 28th Instant,!
the eaiT-e eom-Hnt t- I.r oa the alarming
1 Maoml trust that all th member of th Commit
t will h present, to advle aad adopt each a line of
beet tor th perpetuity of oar
W. MOUNT.
Chairman of the Democratic State Committee of
CUMMINSVILLE, Hamilton County, April 16.
rr Wo refer tbe reader to tho intereatlDg
rtha Citv Council at Ite session
a yesterday evening. ' -
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IXTne city la foil, to day, of tho relatives
. . i . t. ..j Af fttia vAiniYta.!
boo inenae, -'t -'
-. r mm T.iilriAfi.
ETTha tecond regiment Ohio Vol un lam
Arvtnlied at Harrisbnrrh. Fenna., oa the 22d
InsUnt, by elettlng Lwit : Wilsoji, Colonel,
RoDfliT Mabdb, Lt. Cuionel, and A. C. Fabbt,
Major. ' -..;' '
ETThe cilizent of, Covington and Newport,
Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio, had a BweUog
at the MerchanU' Exchange, ob Moodey, and
after a full Interchange of opinions and views,
entered into a pledged alliance to preserve ami
cable relations under all elreuaisUnoes. This
It well, and wo tee no reason why the arrange
ment may not be carried out In good faith.
irrVha reader will find aU the war
under iu anDrosrlaM head. " Telegraphic com-
. .
n .ITU. WuhinartnB and
uuukihuu uiu5 v b
Baltimore, we are without inch late newt u we
should otherwise have. We give to onr readers
all that wo have, and eaa do bo more. Specula
tiont amount to nothing, and yet we feel persua
ded that ample force to protect the Federal
Capital it now in Washington, especially If it
be true that Jcrr. Dans waa at Montgomery at
, 1IT.J... I..I... ' M.. f ... Rnnthara
aa i omkj
aohanraa have cenaed to oome to band. -
Judge Douglas in Columbus.
i.n..n.i...a arrived to this citv. ob bit
wsy from Washington to Chicago, about mid
- tight last night. Hit advent wat wholly unex
pected, and the train from the east having mia
ed connection at Bellalr, be waa oompelled to
lay over. It being ascertained that he had arriv
ed, be waa serenaded aome time after midnight,
and made a brief speech
This morning at 10 o'clock, by Invitatioaof the
General Assembly, he apoke to an immense an.
dience at the north frout of tht State House.
His speech waa listened to with profound at
tentioo, and received with universal approba
tion. . - ' ' '
He commenced by referring tj the fearful
crisis now upoa nt, saving that nothing like
bad occurred since tbe Revolution.
Tho Federal Capital wat virtually besieged,
tbe archlvee of the nation in danger, and there
wat a possibility that the President ot the Ca
tion might be made a captive, ne laid
would never advise, but resist at all timet,
war against the institutions, the properly and
the constitutional rights of tho people of tbe
South on the Other hand, ha would resist se
cession, uphold the flag and maintain this au
thority of the Federal Government. He would
not fight tbe South in violation of her rights,
but he would defend the Constitution of hit
country, and not lay dowa our arms no til tht
national authority wat vindicated.
Too negro question, he said, waa not involved
In thia tissue; but free commerce and free trade
from the centre to the circumference of the
Union. The great North-west would never
consent that the Gulf States should control tht
mouth of the Misaiaaippi or Interrupt the free
navigation thereof. To acknowledge tbe right
of tbe Gulf States to do to, it to admit tht right
of the) Atlantic Bute It eat nt off from tht
oceaii, and inch an odious system of Isolation
the great North-west never would consent to,
Tbe aeceded States bava already adopted
many of tbe most odious features tf the tyran
nical government of Earope. Passports of tbe
most exaetlng and oppressive, kind art now
existence there. ,.: ; , : . .
Tba questions involved are inch at should
arouse tbe patriotic people of the whole Union,
and the war should be one of eelf defence and
lor the preservation of tha Gorernmeat. .
He called upon all men, without respect to
party, to rally to tha defenoa of tht Govern
ment aad lta constitutional head, Bad for the
maintenance of tha National Constitution, and
laid it was no time now to inquire what pro
duced thia ltate of things; no Una to discuss
thia platform or that platform; but to eat for
tha defence of the country; and after the con
test it waded we may then, If we) choose, amoee
ourselves In the delightful occupatloa of crlml
nation and recrimination. He laid ha waa
, pretty good partla an in party times, and when
thatontett it ended he would make a party
speech, If required.
He referred to . a meeting of Ohioana and
Virginians (th larger portion Virginians)
Keliatr, on yesterday. .111 apeetaele we
grand one, tht audience vielog with each other
in their evolion to tht Union. . . , . . . . , r
Ha paid b high compliment to the patrlotio
citizens of Ohio for their loyalty to the Union
and the alacrity with which they are respoadiBg
to tht can of tba country.
' He referred to A rumor about Gea. Scott,
which, he aald, be did at the request of soma
ont ntar by. Hi laid it gavt him pain to havt
, to refer to inch an unfounded tlander. The
Old Hero was faithful to tba Union, and de
voting LI ; whole, energies to the tollaotat
labor of hi offioe. He said Gea. ficorr had
been teudered tho oeaamaDd of the Virginia
foroee, if ke would resign hit aoeition la tba U
8. Army. Tba old hero replied that hthad
muttered asdar tha National flag aad dafended
It for mora than fifty yean, and by th blessing
of God he should die under the 8tar Spangled
Banner
Wa regret that we are not able to give the
speech of Judge Dooaioi more fully and eo
pletely. ' Bat having no atenograpber oa hand,
wt ara deprived of that pleasure, and moat cob
lant ourselves with this Imperfect sketch.
was applauded earnestly throughout, aad oioted
aaud tha cheers ef tha people,
After Jodg OocaLAS cloeed, other genUtmeo
were ealled, and Mr. Cox, Mr. Etutton and
. Gov. Danmsoa addreaeed the people. , We were
aompelled to leave juat as Mr. Cox commenced
hit remarkt, and hence we ara suable to give
any report 01 wbat ba and tbe other gentlemen
said.- ; ' :'; - '
JttJje PoroLie and Mrt. Dooous, who wat
With Mm. left 00 the 11 o'clock A.M. train,
States wbioh are Increasing rapidly In pop
for m M fw jeB of flftMn
ETWa se aa article going tho rounds of tha
papers, ths object of which U to show the ton-
perativs number of the militia Ib (hi bob iiave-
solding aad slaveholdlsg States. Tk artloie
tret appeared la lbs" New York iWf, and Its
statements aslothe somber of th mllill !
(ho aevl Stales are b4 upoB the Ulttt re-
tarna received at tho offie of tba Adjutant
General of tho United Bute. But oono of
these returns are very late, ndonio of them
wo Yerjold. Thoy were made at different
timet from 1827 to 1654; ad besides, there are
no returns at ell from lows eed Oregon, and
none from tho territories of Washington, Ne
breaks, Kansas and New Mexico. Many of
years.
OHIO LEGISLATURE.
ADJOURNED SESSION.
IN SENATE.
arriMooN ration
MONDAY, April 22, 1861.
SECOND BEADING.
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8. B. 300 Aathorii'iDg the construction of a
Inch: tmnnactlna the' Ohio canal and Boioto
.tvaa. Whnla.
,n,-"V in.,i,...iri,til
.0
I companies.
wnoie. t
nasTxDlio
H. D. 488 To exempt from execution the
property of the militia of Ohio, mustered into
tha iprvtca of tha United States
The General Appropriation Dill ana nouse
amendment theiete were referred to men
committee. '.' "
,
. - aaroar or STiNWNO comiiTrits.
Mr. SPRAGUE. from tbe committee on En
rollment. reuorted toe coneot enrollment 01
sundry bills. ,, . ' - ..;.
. : . irotauTiow aicto.
newtl.imiaDeraona for tht boarding, uniforming,
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Mr. MOORE offered the following Joint res
olotioot '
RetlKd. That the Governor ol Ohio be and
ho is hereby required to furnish tbe General As
aemblv with coDles of all contracts made With
etc., tbe troope now oeing luroienea oy ine
a..... til Aih inr.irni4tfnn fAiBtiro in &ia
v.uv.
m.t(ara an la t l lloaaMalon.
u. COLLINS booed it would not be passed
s the Governor Is already overwhelmed with
Ibaslners, and hat not time to attend to thtt re
nnest.
I . . .. J .1 1 . it
t Mr, muuriEi taia ne ouereu iu rrsuiuuuu
DManaahethouehtthe Drlcea paid for aubalit
ence for the troops and ror uniforms it nigo
and if lifter examination, it so appears, It is de
I .ImuI in u. thai tha tmAM ha aripnrlatAlv nrfl
""A"-" .." " . . r . ""1 ?,f..
.mi, ne onaeretooa tnere is some compiami.
Mr. JONES thought the Inquiry premature,
tie Bnoerstooa ma cvumci iuujimcuuo wu
the best that could be got. IMs likely that the
baste with which everything had to be done
probably prevented the making of contracts m
. i. h - M .v.- nnld hava been nnder oiner
circn instances
Mr. PARISH favored the resolution, ne
thought lta paassge would be beneficial. It
would invite competition. It could not prove
embarrassing to paaa It. Although tbe contract
la probably merely temporary, It seemed to bim
$4,20 per week per man it a beavy cost.
TtXIOBAMIIO oriaAToia. -Mr.
COLLINS had leave to introduce S. B.
No. 302 "To reeulate telegraphic companies."
It authorises tbe Governor to cause oath of
fidelity to the United Statea to be administered
to telegraphio operators, and forbids them to
transmit treaaonabie communicationa over
wires under their oontroU It also prohibits op
erators from volunteering under the President's
reauisilion without consent of the Governor.
Mr. Colline aald, operatore, after taking tbe
oath, would be subject to prosecution for perjury
for violating it.
com arms or the waout.
a
On motion of Mr. CUPPY, tha Senate re
aolved Itself Into committee of the Whole
the orders of the day, Mr. Cuppy in the chair,
and after aome time spent therein, rose and re
ported back tbe above bill and referred it to
Judiclarv committee
Tbe Senate tbea took a recess until 7 o'clock
this evening.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MONDAY, April 22, 1861.
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Prayer by Rev. Mr. MoCnne.
The following billa were read tba second
time:
S. B. 211 To punlah treason. Referred
Committee 00 Judiciary.
S. B. 258 To authorize oiliee of the tecond
elasa to fund tha floating debt Referred to Se
lect committee Mr, Steele.
8. B. 296 Supplementary to tba act entitled
"aa act to provide' for tha final payment and re
demption of tbe pnblie landed debt of the State
of Ohio," passed March 26tb, 1860. Referred
to Finance oommlttee.
S. J. R. 115 Rescinding the resolution to ad
journ ob tha 23d, waa referred to Select oom
mlttee of one Mr. Woodt.. -,
Tbe following billa were read tha first time:
S.B. 202 Relating to tho bonds of certain
offioen.
8. B. 239 To provide for tbe preservation
public peaoe. 3
8. B. 206-To repeal an act passed Feb. 10,
1860, entitled an act supplementary to an act
to provide for compensation to tha owners
private property appropriates to tie use
corporations, passed April 30th, 1852.
Mr. FL A6G, from the oommlttee on Militia,
on leave, iatrodaoed U. B. 489 To establish
"Home Gauds" Ib cities sod other municipal
corporations, and la counties, which was read
tha first time. - Tba constitutional rule was
then, 00 motion of Mr. FLAGG, euepended, the
bill wu read tht second time, by itt title, and
referred to tbe committee on the Judiciary
Mr. FLAGG, from tba committee on Militia,
introduoed H.B. 430 To provide for tba rapid
organisation of tba miilua of ubio, oBilated under
tba requisition of the President of tho United
State. ,. ... , .r,-.- ... -;
Tha constitutional rule wat tutpeaded,
bill read tha second time and referred, to
committee oa Militia.
Mr.JACOBS, en leave, introduced H. B. 491
To authorise County Commiasionera in this
State to levy an additional tax for certain por-
Tha constitutional rule wu suspended, the
bill wu read Ibt tecond time, and waa referred
to the committee oa tha Judiciary. , .
Mr. HOWELL preaentsd tbe petition of Jas.
A. Bean and 205 other citiseos of Clarke coun
ty, praying for tba paasage of a law authorising
tha County Commlsaiooors to levy a tax suffi
cient for the support of destitute families
eoldjers in the V. 8. or State service, which
waa referred to tbe Judiciary committee. '
Ms. WHITE offered tba follo-tog for adop
tion; , . , .. :.-
RmUtd, That tha Governor be sad he hero
by Js required to coamqoieete to this Honse
tha name jl tba person or persona with whom
oontrswit havt bean made by the autboritiea
tba rtate for rumlahing lUDawtenoa for the vol
nntcers called Into tba sarvioe at Cincinnati.
Columbus and Cleveland, the price per day
sacn man, ana. wnemer suca contrscta were
made in pursuance et public notitw, or swarded
at private eontraot, and to fornfeh this House
copies of said contracts and bonds given for lbs
performance of tbe same, i ' . -
Tht Houn then took a recess till 1 o'clock
F. M
, EraaiRo arsaios- ; :
A eel! of tba Howe wu ordered, and thirty
seven members snewered to their names. .
Os motion of Mr. BBOWNE, of Miami,
further proceedings under tbe call . were dia
pauses with, when, - -
Oa motion of Mr. BURR, the Houu adjourn
sd to nine o'clock to-morrow morning.
SENATE.
TUESDAY, April 23, 1861.
MInntes rud and approved, when tha 8enate
took a reoese to hear Hon. Btonhen A - DooHa.
speak from tbe portico ef th Stale House.
At aievea o'oiock tha Beoate convened
, rrnnoaw aaa utwoaiau. ..
Br Mr. ORR From S. R. Harris, and other
of Crawford county, for a law providing for the
families of volunteers, juaia on tne table. '
V. . 1.' t S00 BEaJHSOa. .rr. : -. k. X
8. B. No. 483 Exempting property of volun
-' iv Ly i a;'.? ti V!
tears from execution daring eerrloe, Judiciary
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Mr. SPRAGUE. from the Enroiiinelcommtt
tee, reported tbe enrollment of eundry bills and
reoolutione.
air. JONES, from tho committee on Finance,
reported back the general appropriation bill,
with tlonia amendmenta, to some or wnicn tne
Senate agreed, and to aome they did not agree.
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! li.B. No 490 For the rapid organtiitioo of
tna.Unlo volunteers, was read tne Ural lime,
when, v.'- . '
On motion of Mr. FERGUSON, tho rules
were suspended and It waa read a aeoond time
and referred to Messrs. Ferguson, Sohleioh and
Cox. Tbe bill waa. soon alter, reported back
with an amendment striking out the original
s ecu oo, ana inserting a new seoiioo, auiuoriz
ing the tame eompanr and reelmental organl'
aauons estaDiiaBed lor tbe U.S. Army, toey
ahall elect comDanr and reei mental officers, ex
eepting (no regimental aojutanl and quarter
master, who shall be appointed by tbe Colonel,
and regimental aurgcona aa provided In other
sections. ... : .
Tbe Governor ahall appoint a Medioal Beard
ot three surgeons, who ahall examine and ap
nrovo all surgeons aoDoinled lor remments
Amendment aereed to, and the rules being
suspended, tbe bill waa read a third time and
naaacd.
Air. muuku moved tbe Indefinite postpone
ment of the bill to locate a new Penitentiary.
Agreed to. ..) 1 ,
Tbe Senate then took a recess. . . , , . .
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
TUESDAY, April 23, 1861.
on
the
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Mri BRUFF offered a retolutlon'directed to the
oommlttee on Finance, acking them to report
what legislation, if any, is uecessarv to proteot
our monetary Interests, and for the relief of our
banks, which was adopted.
Mr. WUUU3, Irom tbe Select committee to
whom wu referred the resolutions of the Senate
relating to adjournment, reported the sme back,
when tbe first resolution, resciudlog the resolu
tion by which tbe General Assembly fixed tbe
23d of April as the day of sine die adjournment,
waa adopted yeas 70, nays 2
Tbe resolution declaring it inexpedient to ad
journ over any working diy was agreed to
yeas 67, nays 16 '
, Mr. MONAHAN, from tbe Militia oommlt
tee, reported back H. B 490 To provide for
the rapid organization of tbe militia enlisted
uoder the requisition of the Prusident of tbe
United States, when the bill was engrossed at
clerk's desk and put upon lta passage now. ;
The bill wu then read a third time, when
Mr. MONAHAN explained the provisions of
tbe bill and tbe necessity for its early enact
ment Into a law.
Mr. REI3INGER said that, under ordinary
circumstances, be wat not io favor of passing
a bill In enoh baste, but he was satisfied of tbe
propriety of voting fur this
Mr. DAVIS offered an amendment, to aa to
make tbe bill applicable to militia necessarily
mustered Into service, which was agreed to, and
the bill passed yeu 74, nays 0.
Mr. JESSUP offered a resolution suggesting
an appropriation for the defence fof Cincinnati,
which wat referred to the Hamilton county del
egation.
ua leave, air. baluwin introaucea n. Jts.
492-For tbe relief of tbe families of tbe Vol-
uuteer Militia mustered Into tbe service of tbe
United States, at the requisition of the Presi
dent, which was read tbe 11 rot time.
On motion of Mr. BALDWIN, tbe rules were
euepended; and the bill was read a second time,
and referred to tbe committee ou tbe Ju
diciary. ' '
Mr. s TUBES Introduced tl. B. 4'J3 tor tbe
tamt purpose as II. is VJx, wbich was read a
second time, and received the same reference.
Mr. MUS30N offered a resolution directing
the committee oa Military Affairs to report to
tbe House a bill denning tbe duties and rault
or cbanlain in the militia forces ol Uhio.
Tbe following memorials were presented and
referred to tne Judiciary commute:
Bt Mr. K.KUM, from Henry 'f osselt and 'J
others, of Ashtabula county, for tbe passage ot
a bill authorizing a tax lor tba relief ot tbe lam
Hies of Ohio volunteers in the United States
service.
. Also, from the Treasurer of Ashtabula county
for tbe tame object.
Also, from a large number of other citizens
of Ashtabula eountv. for tha same object.
Bv Mr.STUBB3.from the county officers and
numerous tax-payera of Preble county, for tbe
same object.
By Mr. RUKENBROD, from J. B. Rich and
73 othert of Columbiana county, for tbe same
object.
By Mr. 8TEELE, from S. W. Reynolds and
76 othert, of Luoat county, for the tame object.
By Mr. VOR1S, from H. Purdy and 85 otbeit
of Summit county, for the same object.
. Mr. REE3, of Morrow, from J. W. Griffith
and 130 otberi of Morrow county, for tbe pat
wge of the Senate bill to punish treason.
Mr. REED Introduced H. B. 494 To provide
for the organization of a Home Guard In Greene
county, which wat read tbe first and tecond
times, and referred to tbe Judiciary committee.
Mr. FLAGG, from the Committee on the
Militia, reported back H-B.489-To provide
for the organisation of a Home Guard lor tbe
State, amended by a new bill, which wat agreed
to, when the bill waa act for a third reading this
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
8. B. 302 Relating to the bonds or certain
0 (Doers was read a tecond and third time, and
passed yeas 71, nayt none.
8 B. To preserve the public peace waa
read a tecond time, and referred to tbe Judici
ary Committee.
Tbe Senate Joint Resolution requiring tht
Governor to report to tbe General Assembly
copies of contracts relating to the sustenance
toe trooDt ot tnt etatejow nere, wu amsnaea,
on motion of Mr. Plants, to at to make it a re
gial, Instead of rrquintum, and amended on mo
tion if Mr. Carlisle, so u I) include all contracts
In tbe Bute for that 'purpose; and on motion
Mr. Converse, 10 u to include gun c images
when it wat adopted.
Tba Houtt then took a recess. '
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 1.
HEAD QUARTERS, CAMP JACKSON,
April 22, 1861.
oi
of
for
all
re
antra a strict obaervanee of snilitary roles and
regulations) bnt the officer in command has
doubt that tho men who have s instantly end
so patriotically responded to the eilfof the Gen
eral Government, will 'observe them with "the
utmost cheerfulness and alaority.
S. Each commander of company will caoae
the men of hie company to bo numbered In reg
ular series, including the non oommlnioned
officers, and divided into squads, each to be on
der tbe chares of a non-commissioned officer.
3. The utmost attention will be paid by
commanders of companies to the cleanliness
tbelr men, as to tbeir persons, clotbiog, arms,
accoutrements, and equipments, and also to their
Quarters or tents. i
4. Tba dally calls will be as follows: RiveitU
at & o'clock A. M.j Police call immediately
thereafter! Breakfaet at 5:30o'clock Surgeon's
call at 7 o'clock; First call forguard, 15 minutes
to 8 o'clock! Guard mount at 8 o'clock; Dinner
at 18 M t Supper at 6 P. M. There will
three stated roll-calls, vis: at Reveille. Re
treat at 8 P. M4 and Tattoo 10 P. M. '
5. Immediately after Reveille Roll call,',
tenia or quarters, and tha space around them,
will be put ia order by tha men of tha compa
nies, superintended by the chiefs of squads, and
lbs guard-house by tbe guard or prisoners. -'
. 6. Tbe morning report oi oompeniee, signed
by the captains snd first sera earns, will be band
ad to tba adjutant before eight o'clock in
morning, and will be consolidated by the sd
jotaot within the next honr, for tbe information
of the commanding offioer. '-: ;
7. Guard will be mounted at 8 A. M. Sen
tinele will be relieved every two hours, nulese
tba elate of tba weather, or otbe causes, should
mass itneeessary that it should be done at long
er or ahortar intervale. i .;.,.--
8. i Na sentinel will quit bis poet or hold con
versation not necessary to the discharge of
duty. All persona are requested to observe re
spect towards sentinels. - -'
9. Officers oommsnding companies will
drill their men by sqoads snd by companies
least eight boors dally. . "
19. Commissioned officers will not absent
themaelvas without epeeial permission from tbe
commanding officer - ' ''' " ' -; 1 ' ''
11. ' After Tattoo, all llchts will ba extin
guished In company quarter, i i ' 1
By ordsr of Col. li. A. Kins, Corn's; Camp
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JNO. W. DOHERTY, Adjutant.
[From the N. Y. Times, April 19.]
The Engagement at Sumter.
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We are Indebted to the officers In command of
the forcee at Fort Sumter for what the public
have not had hitherto, a detailed account of the
defence of the fort. - ' 1
Of tbe preliminary necotlatlous we have al
ready had reports. On Thursday, tba 11th of
April, a boat waa teen approaching tbe work,
with Cut. Ghennut. Col. Chisholm and Capt.
Lee, Aids to Gen. Beauregard.' They handed
Major Anderson a communication from Gen.
Beauregard, which waa a summons to evacuate
tbe tort It wu to Ibis efleol: that the Confed
erate authorities had refrained from any hostile
act aaainstFort Sumter, with the anticloation
that tbe government of tht United States would
wit&draw their troope from that fort; that It ap
psartd probable at one time that tbit would have
to be done, bnt that tbe authorities of the Con.
federate Statea could no longer refrain from lak
ing poaseeelon of a nost thai commanded the en
trance to one If of tbelr principal harbors, and
that tbe order to evacuate tbe fort was now
made upon .the following terms: The troops to
be allowed to carry with them their arms, all
personal bags-ace and company property of every
description, and that the flag which bad been
maintained with ao much fortitude miirht be
saluted when hauled down. Major Anderson
replied that his word of honor, and tbe duty be
owed to bis Kovernmeat, forbade his compliance
with the demand. Thepe gentlemen then left
tne tort, displaying a rta flag. Ati AM,
on Friday, a boat containing Col. Cheeuut, Capt.
Lee and Col, Roger A. Pryor, approached the
work with a communication from Gen. Beaure
gard, making ioquiry as toarhat day Major
Anderson would evacuate the work, and aaking
if he would agree not to open his batteries un
less fort bu niter wu tired upon.
Alter consulting bis medical officer aa to the
probable time tbe men would be able to make ef
fective resistance after their bread bad given out,
and being told that, owing to the enthusiasm of
the men, they OuiJ probably hold out fivedays,
M.iior Andorson made a written reolv. staline
that he would evacuate the fort at noon, on the
loth, provided be did not receive supplies or
controlling instructions from bis government to
the contrary; that he would not open his batte
ries unless the flarr of bis country wu fired upon,
or unless some hostile iulention on the part of
the Confederate forces should be manifested.
This communication waa handed to Col. Chesnut
shortly alter 3 o'clock, wheu, after a ehort con
sultation with the officers who had acoompanied
blm, be handed a communication to Mai. Anuer
son.and sa!d,"Gen. Beauregard will open bis bat
terles in one hour from this time, sir." Maj An
derson looked at his watch and said, "It is.half-
past tnrc.c. . 1 understand you, sir, then, that
your batteries will open in an hour from this
timer' U1. ibetnut replied, "Yes, sir, in
one hour." 1 bey tben retired, and at a signal
of a shell fired from Fort Johoson at half past 4
0 clock, and wbicn exploded close to the work,
tbe firing commenced from all the batteries.
Shells were thiown until daylight, when they
opened their gun batteries. Tbe firing now be
came continuous, and, as they got tbe ranee ot
tbe fort, the shot and shell took effect constant
ly, lutiide and outside of tbe work, which was
keot up without cessation the whole day. The
officers' quarters were twlee set on fire near the
magazine, wbich was, however, controlled, and
they were constantly penetrated by thot and
shell.
The command of Fort Sumter consisted of 9
officers, 74 non-commissioned officers and sol
dlers, and 43 laborers. Of these, aix were on
the surgeon ' report of sick- The command wu
divided into throe reliefs, of four hours each, for
service at the guns. I he first wat under com
mand of Capt. JJoubleday, Dr. Crawford, and
Lieut, bnvder; tbe aeoond relief was oommanded
by Capt. Seymour and Lieut. Hall, and tbe third
under the charge of Lieut. Davit and Lieut.
Mead, major Anderson, not wishing to hurry
tbe men, allowed mem to take tbeir time
and .firing began from Fort Sumter at 10
miuntet before 7 o'oiock. Tbe first jehot was
bred by a pounder at tbe battery on Cum
mings' Point. Tbe firing was steadily main
tained from three 42 pounders and seven 32
pounders- tbMugft tk iiy, - Tk buhatra
guns were fired three times, when, irom tbe
number of shells thrown noon the terreplein
the parapet, and from the fact that all tbe flanks
and tacea of the work were taken in reverse
batteries which had been established by tbe
enemy, Maj. Anderson, in order to prevent the
inevitable destruction of his men, withdrew
them from tbe barbette to tbe lower tier of guns
Incuemate. inree guns bore noon tbe iron
battery and tbe other batteries on Cummings'
Point, and seven guns on Fort Moultrie, the
Iron floating battery of Capt. Hamilton and tbe
remaining batteries on Sullivan's Island. Tbe
day before they opened fire a new battery, con
sisting ol four heavy guns, was unmasked
Sullivan's Island. ' In the afternoon, on account
of tbe scarcity of cartridges, tbe firing was
lower, and in order, also, to reserve a supply
of cartridges for the night.
Tbe men not engaged at the guns were em
ployed In bringing up ammunitiou and in mak
ing cartridge bags; flinnel shirts, sheets snd
bedding from tbe hospital being used for that
purpose.
1 ne iron floating Battery wu struck seven
teen times. One ball penetrated the roof.
Fort Moultrie one gun was disabled, the roofs
and sides of the building were penetrated
shot, tbe flag-staff was strnck and the flags
slightly cut twice. Pieces were cut out of these
flags, and sent as mementoes, by Col. Ripley,
oommsnding the fort, to Gov. Pickens and Gen.
Beauregard.
The iron battery at CummlDgs' Point was
struck several timet, but not much Impression
was made. Shells were fired every fifteen min
utes during the night from the mortar batteries
around. An investigation of tbe work at night
snowed the following condition: The lower
cuemates were uninjured, except one embrasure
toward Cummings' roint, wblcb bad broken
tbe edges. Oa tbe barbette, several of
guns bad been Injured. Oae bad been struck
by a ball from Moultrie, and cracked. One
wu dismounted; two large guns, one of them
a 10 inch Columbiad, bad been thrown over
tbe recoil, from the neglect to throw them out
ceer. '" " ' - .
' The gorge bad been strnck by shell and
in a great many places j soma of these, thrown
from the English rifled cannon in an embrasure
at Cummings' Point, had penetrated the walls
to the depth of from 13 to 18 Inches.
crest of the parapet bad been broken in many
places, and some of tbe buildings badly Injured.
Tbe officers' quarters were riddled with shot,
tbe floors "broli ea .through, and tbe roofs partial,
lv destroyed. ' Some of tbe officers' effect
r could be removed were takeo at once to
cinem&tC8.'
Early next morning a fragment of a shell
off one of tbe flag halyards, but owing to tbe
that the remaiuiug halyards took a turn round
tbe top mast, tbe flag did not fall, and thus
remained through tbe night. At daylight
Saturday morning tbe firing from tbe gun
terles wa resumed on rort Sumter. The bit
teries of the fort were opened soon after,
tha firlne was .kept np vigorously until tbe sun
ply of cartridges gave . out. It was observed
that about throe shots a minute took effect
Fort Sumter. About 8 o'clock tbe quarters
took fire from a shell fired from Fort Moultrie,
and after the qnartera took ' fire hoi thot were
firtd from Fort Moultrie, which scattered
embers and tweed the conflaeration. .
Mlt was now impossible to extinguish the fire,
wbich biased violently, snd which soon spread
tbe neighborhood ot the magazine. Barrels con
tiinlnff Dowder were taken out of the n.. jaiines
and rolled under the casemates. The fire, how
ever, toon communicated with tbe barracks
above, and tbe barrel were tnrown into tbe sea
Tbe lower magazine was closed, and earth heap
' ed around tbe door. I be nre continued
spread, and finally extenaea to too oarracksand
cuemates, where the Offices and hospital were
quartered. . By tha exertions af tbe men not
duty at tba guns, It was prevented from oommu
nlcatlne wltb tbe lower story, Tbe wools fort
sod the tier of casemates were filled with smoke,
which made it almost impossible to breathe.
Still the firing continued from Fort Sumter.
twenty minutes or one, tne nag-sun, wnioti bad
been grszed some eight times, was shot
away. It was soon replaced on tbe ramparts.
At lii P. M., a boat was seen spproaoblng from
CnmaUogs' Points . It contained Gen. Wlgfall,
with a small boat's crew, eonsisting of obe
white mad an to negroes. The main gate was
burning at lb time, immediately over the en
trance to a mine. - Mr. VV. peawd around tba
fort nntil ha came to tbe first embraaure, leav
Ine bis boat at lbs wharf. Jls there met a sol.
dier looking through tba porthole, to whom
aald that be was Uen. Wigfall, and wished
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In his band' a sword, tolwhich waa attached
white handkerchief. The soldier at once ran
along tbe casemate to inform Major Anderson,
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in raanhlnir tha aTterlnr tnev saw ma Dual.
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4 a v tuvu vniaw vui) au avu vwaw p - :
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around tbe outside, and overtook mm aa ssv
crawling through an embxaure, and called oat I
wuira. iui.jur nuutnw u at mi- maia a" .
W e aimassed Into tbe castraatt, anq was
met there bv Cant. FoBter. Lieut. Mead, ana
Lieut. Davis. He said, "I wish ta tee Msj.l -
Anderson ; lam uen. wigiaii, anacomsuomi,
Gen. Beauregard." --. C I 1
tie then added, la aa exeiiee manner, "auai 1
u.. a.. a 1
ns atop thia firing. You are 00 fire, an4 your I
UmK IB UUWU UCI us uuii.
" . t a
Aa olllcer replied, "IN o, sir, our nag is not
One of the officers replied, "That is for ton
Wiefall responded, "If there it fno due else
to do it, may 1 do ill" and jumping inta tha
embrasure, waved tbe nasr towara mouivne-
Tha fl.ir.a- atill nnntlnnnd from Moultrie and the I
batteriee of Sullivan's Island. In answer to I
his repeated requests, one ol the officers Said, 1
'Ona of our men mav hold th flaeJ' and Cor
porul Binth art t jumped into- the embrasors.
The shot oontlnuiua to Strike all around bim,
j c . i a .. i. .
uowu. Diepumuerr, aua juu wu. aw wwT.up,
overtbe ramparts." ' T. ' '
"Gen, Beauregard wants. to stop this,." said
nrt..i ..u.... . .ht.a .. ef anhiul
I. .l,..-.k...n.1
ha inmned down auain. after havlne waved lhelp"
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nag a lew moment, ana eaia, -wmi i uoy
don't respect this flag; they ara firing St'ls.'. -1
Wlgfall replied, "iney urea tine wi iw
three times, and I stood it, and I think that you
niioht atAnd it once.' - '
o - - - . . i, . ui .
Wiglall tben said, "It yon win snow a wmw
flag from your ramparts, they will cease firing."
An nlilror renlied. "If VOUKOUeBt that a flag
shall be sbown there, while yon hold a confer
ence with Major Anderson, and for that purpose
alone, Major Anderson may permit it.
At to nointjvia or Anaeraoncame upl "in
fall said, I ara Gen. Wlgfall, and coma from
Gen. Beauregard; As vanto to itvp iht."
Miyor Auderson, rising on nis toes, , sua coni
ng down firmly upon his heels, replied, "Well,
"Mainr Anderson." said WiBfall, "too nave
defended vour flac nobly, sir. , Yon have idone
ail that it ia niwsible for- men to do, anL Gen.
Beauregard wishes to stop the fight, On what
terms, ftlaior Auderson, will you evacuate this
fnrtl" . -r i : r rr. -
Major Anderson's reply was,: "Gen. Beahra-1
trurii ia aireadv acatiainieu Wltn DT irau
Do i unuerstauu you, luajut- Auusrawu,
you will evacuate inis lorcwpou too term iw
posed to you the other dayl" ' ' 1 "
" Yef, eir, and on those conditions only," was
the rely i-f the Major.
"Then, sir," said wigiaii, "i unuerstauu,
Major Anderson, that tbe fort is to be ours?" '
"On these conditions only, I repeat.': '?.;
"Very well," said Wigfalli Mi Will return to
fipn. llr-mirppiird ." and at once retired upon
which tho white flg was hauled down, and the
Afftmplnan Hair ncrain rnn un ?..T--'?'
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A short time aitei ward, a acputauou, coniai-
itieof Senator Ubesuut, uoger a-rryor, vapa.i
Lee and W. Porcber Miles, came from lien. a.
and bad an interview with Major Anderson,
when it came out that Wigfall had no.Vautnor
ity to speak for Gen. Beauregard, but acted on
his own hook." '.' " ,": . . .
Thia deputation, not being authorized to pro
pose any different terms, and having coma sim
ply to iuquire as to tbe meaning or tba white
flag displayed from tbe ramparts, soon retired,
Major Anderson declining to make any arrange
meuta with them. ' ' .? ' ; ; t ' ; '
bbortlv afterwards another deputation, con-
eisting of Col. Alston and Maj. Jones, coming
from tien. ileaurceard ana liov- rtcaans, pro-
nnaed the aarne terms as bad ttrevlously seen
offered not beine wllUnrr, however, that Major
Anderson Bbould salute bis flag. . Soon after
dark still another deputation arrived, consisting
of Col. Miles, Uol. rryor, major jones aou
Cant. Hartetein. and nresented to Major Ander
son the terms for evacuation, which. were that
the Harrison mould taa all lta Individual and
company property; that they should marsh wat
wltb their eido end otner arms, wiin an ue
honors, and In their own way and at their own
time: that thev should salute tbeir nag ana
take it with them. f- - i -. V"
The enemy agreed to furnish transports, as
Major Anderson might select, to sny parlot tne
country, either by land or water. s when the
baggage of the garrison was all on board of the
transport, the eoldieis remaining inside under
arms, a portion were told off as gunners to serve
in salutine the American flag. When the last
eun was fired, the flag was lowered, tha men
cheering. At the fiftieth discharge there wu
a premature explosion, which xuiea one mas
instantlv. mortally wounded another, and dan-
gerousiy inree more. ir. irawioru, pi major
Anderson's staff, waa at onoe upon the spot; the
men were placed upon mattresses, and carried
. i r J . .
below, where they received tbe attentions of
several medical officers of the South Carolina
forces, wbo promptly tendered tbeir aid. ' One
however, died before morniosr; one was left in
the hospital at Charleston, and tbe rest are with
the command and under charge of Dr. Craw
ford. Tbe man wbo died was burled in the pa.
rada with military honors.
Tha command then marched out, the band
olavine "Yankee Doodle" and "Hail to tbe
Chief." and went on board tbe steamer
There were six wounded persons returned on
the Baltic, some of tbam seriously. Tbeee were
well cared for on board, having their quarters
in the ladies' cabin, and Maj . Anderson paid
coneUnt attention to them nntil their arrival
It was a grievous oversight that ba surgeon wis
sent with tbe Baltic. . " .. ,
The shipping dipped tbelr flags si the Biltlo
came up the bay, and every possible demonstra
tion of enthusiasm greeted the returning heroes
of Fort Sumter. ' '' '
-Major Anderson ,wab Tanded at the Barge
office, where a large assemblage greeted him
with enthusiastic cheers, tie entered a car
riage, and, after calling at tbe Quartermaster'i
Office, drove to the Brevoort House.
[From the New York Tribune, 18th inst ]
An Impromptu Account the Siege of Sumter.
The
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and
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While tbe reporters were seated at a table,
huailv enaaeed in transcribing the various stats.
meets they bad received', from (W. officers
Major Anderson's command, an officer wbo bad
Drevimsly stood quietly lu the back ground
.suddenly addressed them in a most emphatic
manner, substantially as follows: "Gentlemen
of tbe press, I earnestly entreat that yon will
clearly set before our countrymen at the North
tbe fact that Fort Sumter toss nof evacuated
vMU there teas a cartridge, to. fire, r poiedar
enouoh Irfl to make one with, -' Never did fam-
Ished men work more bravely than tbosa wbo
defended that fortress, kuowlog, as tuey did,
that if successfully defended . and held
them, there was not even a biscuit to di.
vide among , thera. They never would
have left It while a protecting wall stood
around them, had they been provided with
with Drovielons and ammunition- Every man
was true and faithful to his post, and tha publ
aay be assured that hunger want or and ammu
nition alone caused ns to leave- Fort Samter.
We were all exposed to a most terrible firs from
all aoarters, and It was enly'tty exercising' the
utmost care that the officers were"1 enabled
oreservs the men from a terrible sUuehterlTfen
may further state, gentlemen, that Fort Samter
is hardly worth tne noiuingr naa -tnere neon tne
full fighting complement of men within Its walls,
tbe fort would not nave anoroea Buitanioprotee
tion for one-half of them, ,The enemy's shot
rained in upon and about ns like bau, and mors
men In.-sum tor would only Bava made more
havoc. As it was, we are fortunate in having
escaped without tbe iws or one ot those brave
men wbo were willing to die lor tne nag which
waved over wem, it was a painiui sign t to see
tbe Stars and Stripes finally haulsd down, but
we all felt that we haoVdone onr duty aad must
submit, Ihe lort was not surreudereori'but
evsouated almost upon our own terms
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An Ersos CosatcTiD. It will be remembered
that tho telegraph added a suspicions sentenos
to tbe reply which Major Anderson' made to
Beaureeard's demand for ble surrender. The
Cbartauton papers bring ns tbe Oorrect construc
tion of tbe language nsed by the gallant Major.
The dlppitch received bere said: "Ha adds,
Trobablv I will await tbe first shot,' "die. .Tbe
papers report it: "He adds, terbfllu, I will
await,' " Ac. That is to sav, it was a familiar.
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summons.
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ANDRIW WABRXfT, r'
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JOHNBaBTON, .-,-.'37
JOHN MoOKKGORV" -v -
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.- f Springfield, "
". " Providence, B.T.
'' I. Greenwich. " .
JOHN B. BOOtt,
N. MOODY.
WM. KIRKHAM, U.,r . .
L.O. ANTHONY A CO.,
PBLSO AHNOLD,
THOMAB BTBBI.B A 0O. ' -HBMINOWAT
Hartford, Conn.
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J. B. KIBBY. " -1 1 ' -
OBOROB BROWN. Hi
1. S. BUNTINOTON A 00.,
B. A. WOODfORD,
. HALL.
john i. Burrn - - -
JOHN GORDON,
J. 0. BLAOKMAJty 1
JAB. R. AYRK8.
J (tew laves,'
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., Danbury,
j Middle town,.
. - New London,
; Brldgepovt, -
- Waterbary,
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W. . 0. WOODBUBY, . ,
REUBEN BPENOSR,1 ' '
WM.B. MORRILL,.
RIOHARD 00V B,
JONATHAN H08MBR, '
N.W. OODDARD,
OH A. I. BACON,
f . M. BARDIBON,
TWOMBLY A SMITH,
MOBBS M. BWAN,
J. A. MERRILL
JAMBS EMERY,
SIMEON BLOOD,
HENRY B.HAM,
SOBER! N.BODflB, , .
KNHY McRENNII," -'
J. T.BOWlANff,
TOMPKIN9 A MCRRIB, '
C O. WILLIAMS,
0, B, ft O. L. ROaiRl,
B. B. LUCY,
D. 0. BALL.
BRIBBMAID A HILDBIIB,
0. H. HARDIN1.
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araarord, .- i .ryi
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Woodeloak, ....r
Bt. JohoaeHryy.
J.H. MURDOOK, -'i.m.
v. V. VUJLUlB,
0. B. HDNTINQTOW. - -v Bt. Alhau.
T08TBRGR0W, ..Chelae.
W. K. WALLAOB. Newhar.
i.u.iiduvuo, seuowa ran,
0. B.JBNN1N08, . , Son OrlMj ,.b.
1 .1 i-nnD . 1 i mi - ..
viieun ea uu.,
B. OOCKRBLL,
A. N. HALL.
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BOBIil W1LKIB,
Toraat, ' C.W.
1 v. -. . .-'Sill il l!t.' -I Ui
CiSTJaa. As oar Wattfe ta aW Mtnslvly bonnter-
fclted by foralga avanufaetBrars, w bar t loforra th
publl that no watch Is ot ar prodnctloa which is, ttotie
eompaaMbya eOTllaoaUef aealniieaf, ba ring the
number of th watch, and lga4 by onr freasurtr, R.
t, Robbiua, er by our fnUtmett, Appltton, Tracy A
C I . ,m -.'f.ri,-. i'V!,,.. .af
AS the watch are fir sale by Jwlr generally
thatugbeal a Uaioe, tha Aenrtcaa Watch
do ol soilcM erter tor slagle watches..
i X U Vf K -XOBBIHI A PPtBtO; , '
'faoiajaj Aiaala) Ke,'l83 Iraaawai rt.ta '
Vt'i'.'j I
eadeyt.ffctfe.w.ta.la.
, Moffat's
BV , !i.
acacloui in all
toh,Ul
atery kind of weaknea of tha dlgeatlv organs.
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SPECIAL - NOTICES
gty MANHOOD.
CLii-- HOW 10SI, BOW RESTORED.
JTtBT PTJBMSnKD, ON THIS NATDRH, TRKA
ME NT AND RADICAL CUBE Or Bt'JCIlMAl'OBHbBA
Seminal Weakneu, 8xual Debility, Nervouinen.Ia "
velantarr BnlMlOBa ana Impotenojr, ra.nitla (ram
Belf-abaie. lea. Bj llobt. J. Culrerwell, U. D. Baat
nndtr aaal, In a plain envelope, lo any aildrs,pot
paid, on r.clpt of two atampi, 1V Dr. OUA8. 1.0 .
KI.INB, 147 Vowery, Maw iork. l'eit OlUce Box. Nj
4,5fe6, Diarm:3iDdkv
In all ease of eostlvenna, dyipepaia, bllliooa and llvar
atTaetlons, piles, rfaaumatlam, famra and agnaa, obat!
Bat bead aches, and all general derangement of health
the Fllli hav Invariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy.' A tlngl trial will plaoe the litre Ftlla beyond
uxoreacn oicompeuiion in uie viudibiud oi wviy pa-
Phajnlx Bitters will b found equally f
cue of nervoui debility, dyipepaia, head
tckneaa Incident to femalos In dellcat health,
tor sale by Dr. w. B. movvat, a., roaaway, . x .
and by all Drngflnl. - aayl-dily
..Tht follOWlOkT 11 an extract ffODl a
letter written by the Rev. J. B. Holme, paater oi th
Plarrpolnt-8treet Bapiiet Church, Brooklyn, K. Y., to
tha,JournalandMeieBger,,,Clnclnuatl,0.,andipaks
, ln ftT0. o that world-renowned medlolne, Uas
Wmtow'i Bootuimb Braur roa Oniuam Tunuwoi
"Weaeean alvertifinient In vour eolumnt of Mas
Wineuw'e Soothins Bvaur. Now w never aald a word
In favor of a patent aiedleine before in -our Ufa. bat are
feel eonpelled lo aay to your mulera that this la no bum
DUg Wl M4V TID IT, ANO 10W IT TO 11 ALb IT
ouihi. 11 is probably one or the moil auraaauui meoi
einaa of the day, kecauta It ii on of th best. And the
of yonr reader who have tuMee can't do belter than
lay ina supply." . . ..,. octfvilyueiw .
mm HEWELLS
For wit THIIOAT rand ,
I. VIVO COinPl.AINTK,
liicindlna; WHOOPINO
COUGH, aand every
Complaint tUo forerun
nor of, and even actual
CONSUMPTION.
UNIVERSAL
COUGH
REMEDY.
HUNNEWEH'8
The Great NKUHAI,.
Gil) HKmUOV tand Nat
ural OI'IA'I'E, adapted
t erery apecies af rVer
vaua C'ontplalnta, Ner
roui and Olironlo
lleadaclie. - Hlteiimn
likin, Calurrli. 'J'owth
and liar Ache. I.oaa af -Sleep',
aud Uowel Coin
luinte. ; tolu -'
ATJ0DYNE.
Ho real Jnttiee can be dona th above preparations .
bnt by procuring and reading descriptive paniphleli.S
ba found with all dealer, or win be sent by rronrlelor
Ion demand, formulas and Trial Dottle aent to Physi
eiana, who will And developmenta ioboth worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Gorreapondence aolicltea from all wnoie neeeaeitie or
I cnrio.lty prompt to a trial of the abots reliable Hem
For eale by the ueuiil wholesale and retail dealer
I everywhere.
JOHN t. HfJNNi:WEI,I.T Proprlet
' j , CHKM1BT ANO rUARMACXUTlST,
Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Hats.
KoberU Jt Samaol. N. B. Mamie. I. R. Oook. J. M
Donig, O. Venlg At Soni, A. J. Hchuellei A Bon,.Airent
lor Oolombna. Ohio. myl-dly
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
I TO AND HlO HI
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
' Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' - i anl
Th Montreal Ocean Bteamihin Comuany' Brat-elae
full-powered Clyde-built Bteamera aall every hit-
urav from FOKTLAND, earrylutth UanadlaDanl
United 8tati llall and paaaengera,
: NORWKOIAN, NOnTIT AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, s , UIBKRN1AN,
! CANADIAN, . - f NOVA BCOTIAN. .
Sbortcst, Cbeapeat and Clnlckcat Con.
, veyauce f rwtu
" AKIbMCA TO AU PABIB OF HTBOPX
. ' Hates of PoMsase to Europfl,
- I SJ30, 8GO. jao.
Will nil from Liverpool every Wednesday,
and from QD EURO every Nalnrday aallina at
Tl. vr . .. ii nir . I 1 . . ... ,. .
bvfluuni'i.iiii lorecriveon Doaruanu lanu juaiiaanu
Paeeenirrri, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
JOThee Steamer ara built of iron, la water-tight
eouparlmenta, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
very attention ia paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of paaaengera. Aa tiny proceed direct to LONDON.
SEBY, th great rifk and delay of calling at Bt. John's
it avoided.
liUugow pawK-ngfre are fnrnlihed with in paeuf
tiokata to and from Londonderry.
. . Return ticket granted at reduced rate. '
CtrtiOcataa isaued for carrying to and bringing out pas
senger from all the principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced ratei, by thia line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINK Of 8AILINO PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool (very week.
Sight Draft for l and upwards pay
able In Knglaiid, Ireiuud, Kcot
' j land or IV aloe.
Par eaang, apply at tha Ofllc. 83 RKOAIta
WAV, New tork, and 1J WATKU 8T.,
liivtirpowl,
B&BEli ft BEASLE, General i gents,
Or to- j. R. ARMSTRONG.
nolO-lyd&w Btnteiman Offioe, Columbua, Ohio.
GREAT CUBE.
DR. LE LAND'S
A WTInTJrTTRw B HPI1 rtavvra
miii-nncui.uvML JO All U,
J8 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Eheumatism, Goat ' and Neuralgia,
.. .'i . i AND A 8CRB CURB FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It Ii a oonvenlently arraneed Baud, sontainln a hi,
Icatod compound, to be worn around the Waiet. without
Injury to the uio.t delicate peraona; no chauaa lo habita
ofi Irrlug la required, and it entirely remove the die
aae from th (yatem, without proUuclog th injuriotu
ellecU ari.hig from the uie of powerful intarnal medt--olnea,
which weaken and de.lruy the constitution, and
glr temporary relief only. By thie treatment, the med
icinal propertlei contained In the Band com In eon lad
with the blood and reach the diaeare, through lhaporea
of ihe .kin. effecting lo every fnitance a perfect enre,
and reatorini ut parla afflicted lo a heilthv nnrfiiia.
This Hand la alio a moitpowerful Aan MtRcoaut agent,
and will euUrely relieve the syauaa from Ihe permolou
effect, of Mercury. Mederala caaea ara cured in a lew
dire, aud w ara eon.tantly receiving teatimonlal of it
Olcacyln anKravaUd caeca of long atandiog.
i Pare $ii,UO, to be had of Drngaiaui generally, or can
be aent by mail orazprew, with full direoilona for ate.
to any part of th country, direct from th Principal
Offic,
! Ko. 409 BBOADWAY, Hw York.
T J-G. SMITH & CO., Sole rroprietore.
. N, t. Descriptive Circnlara Bentfice.
JO' Afrente Wanted Kvtrvwher.
Bih3R-Iy(aorlatp Ohm ; . . .
V, THE MVTVAV ,
t Rt r tt ft a at A ... AAima .
taM4Avti, vvmr W X
f . I OS! NBTW YORK.
Wini,TOK, PrtaidenL y laue Aeairr, Seoretary.
Net Csuih Assets, rebruary 1f'l80l '
WXCX. Cinct nRet rAe ' '
KtCEEST COMPAXY JN TJJS VK1TSD STATXSt
HjT All tha Profit! are divided among tbe iatandJJl
Applloatbn and Pamphlet can be had by applying to
I FRED'K J. FAY, Agent, " -
CsrpsBts'r'B Bnlldng, 117 Santb. High Street. '
aprtdlm - i
1 WM, KNACE & CO..
AT TIIKIK NEW HAl,V.H-j i .
WAA v a a.nA9v wrmf.iv owi.. L-nr
lev 1 II
! .n. ; Offer for tele their celebrated . .
GOtDEN MEDAL, " ' f
' 1 AND SQARE.
! PIANO-FORTES.- '
Beina hlohlv reeomtdemled hv ih Aral Profaaaon anA -
MtMi.l Ant.tilranf Hi. Mnnlr. anj
INSTRUMENT - , ,
t ' WARRANTED f Oil
!" I ""'.. . tITBflARfl.
Th moat fa.(MIMi. rariomar may ralv udob baina
pleaaed wi every reiect.
Tarm liberal. wu, KNABB f)Q. ,
- 8KI.THEB AWED8TEB, Agwil. :!
oDAlljdw. Columbus. Ohio.
-t rpucianHV rmpiRTkimT no ohki i ... .
.. . , ., .;Oomus, April 8, ItWJ. )
Savinjzs 33BUk ot Cin'cinnBtl.
AlitiPEHSONS HOliDINO THE CIW
ealallng Notes of th Bavinga Bank ot Clndnnatl
will preeent theaaaie at tbn oiao forredemptioa, wber
they will b paid ta full. - -. "
aprtdlm . A. P.8TONM, Treaanrerof Btate. -
uri
SKLL
j pMkayes of STATIONERY and JEWELRY, at.
prlceaona-Uilnl leee than ean ba parohaaed elwli.ra . .1
Call on raddrn (eUmp nototed) J. L. BAlLElf,al
tICur.irt-tvlKrrfll' . Ma

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