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TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE1. ' ' '
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Adrert7emeiit' ietdeVaia' placed l$tmrbMlunf'
f ; iucm, xnpt r a(a roy i
AM uullcet require to be publlthedby law, legal rat.
u.raira uicinsuioexoiuerniyaiur the nrtt week
per cent. nor Oita th above rates) kut all i wll
poeu- la till Sri-Weekly withont charge.
Bufl,(esa Cards, not eicceding five lines, per year, Uv
feN utkea or incotlbga, eharltaUee-tMleUee, Art eompanle
Jit to7M,'irwK4wJtlnu f'ixUSjwii
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Wkly i n,. prleeaith Dally, where the edTkrtiiet
let the Weekly alone. Whew 'ha Dairy, d Weekly
bulb oxid, than th charge lax the, Weakli will be
naif (III) rate of 'the Bally J ff
No advmMmnit taken axeept for definlt period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
Attorney At Xaet-w
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
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COLUMBUS, OHIO)
-A- OSBORN-Iil.
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
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MARION, OHIO.
COIiTJMBns
Machine Mannfactnriiig CompanV
m o o 1) o o"w u 0 v uYiiTiT.
ft arr.il.'r . r..,fc t-t....,'!. j.
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STEAM ENGINES & BOIIERS,
OMtlsffa, MUlwlnk, IfMhlaory.
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OHAS. AMR08, finp'l
AHB08, Treat.
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time. Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
aiOOB
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD.
Connecting at Oreitlloa with the PITTSBURGH, fT.
WAYNE k. CDICAOO RAILROAD
for n&lmrfk, PhUaidphU and Baltimore. Alto
for Fort Waynt and Chicago
Connecting at Clereland with the LAKH IIIOBI SAIL'
ROAD
t or Danklrka nmfalo. Albanr. Boa
" ten, end New terk,
. THREE TRAINS DAILY, i
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
I rem Ooluubai, in oeinectloo wllfc Train on the 1
urxLE numi and coli7,tibc
nnu aiiii a A HAILKUAD8I,
... IIB9T TRAIN..
Ooluaibafl at l.au A. if
will ltave paiaengera at all atallona aouih of Oallun.
top at Delaware, Aealey, Oardlngton and 01 lead, and
at all atattona "north of Gallon, arrlTlnr at Clereland
atS:0u A. M., Dnnklrk3:00 V. M., Buffalo 4 8JP. U.
Albanr A- Lk w Tor 6:38 A. BoaUn :I0
r. m. , riiueurun ria UrcatUn 3:30 P. M , Pblladel'
plila a: 10 A. U, Ohicag tU Craatllna at 7.1)0 P. K" ,
. 8I00ND (BAIH . i
NEW TORK EXPRE8S-LaT Oolnmbna at 11:10
a. m. nut tup at lew It Centre, (for Whit Bulphar
Bprlngi), Delaware, Oardlogton, Gallon, Creatllna, Bhel
b. New London,- Walllnytoa and Grafton, arrive at
Clereland at 3:33 p. m.; Dunkirk, B:Jo nrm.: finf
falo, 10:iS p, m.i Albany, H:45 a. m.: R.wloik. MS
p. ai. Beaton, 4:40 p. m. Thla Train oonneotaat Bher-
oj ior oaaouwy, ana at UJaiton tot Toledo, arrlilnj at
Toledo at 0:40 p. m. . ... .
' ' ' ' 1 ' THIRD TRAIK.
MAIL AND ACCOUMODATIOS-Learea ColumVoj
at t.30 p. m. Will atop at all atatlona Booth o
aiwu'y, ana at new tonaon, welliniton, Aral ton,
and llerea; arrWlnf at CleTelaod at 8:30 p. m.; Dun
kltk,i:00. to.; Buffalo, 3. im: Albany,!:!0 p.m.;
NewYork, 7l p. Boaton. 11:41 n. mT: Ptiuhnr.li.
WCitlln,at 11:U p. m.; Philadelphia, tOQ p. m.,
Chieago, o Crtullna, 0:45 a. m. , hit Train eonqeeti
ranoumy aua loicao, arriTing at Xolede
'
r. ,-. l( t '-.nl.j 1fi-:iS
Patent Sleepily Can1 are rtm' ca all
flight Trains to Chicago, Sew
, , ,Tork and Boton.
Baggngt Chtettd thrtmgk t JVw Tort and Betton
"'- J, Yortvia Vriin. : .
fR TJf JL N Itlf Q.'' u '
NlahtEzDrMaairiTeaatdolnnhnaat tVir. P. xt.
vuewnatl aivreu arrirea at ColuMbui at 10:S0 A. If.
Aocoi
P. M.
loaauoa jtzprea arrirnj at Coliuabua aA7UW
. ' 1 1 1H It: !
lFre Uwm by any otbrytont
Aih fir TicktU vim Crullinetr CUvdtni. '
B. B. CLINT. ',..'-...
ila- l , l.iSnparlataadact, filrrelaud, Ohio.
JAMBS PATTBHBON, AaWet,'
Columlua, Juno 1771501.
1 AA HP. CII GREEN 'Ad It LACK
fVU I tiAf lOO bag prime NO Ooneer
1 AO poekett old Da tea floTtraoaaiit Java Ooffee,
1 a war vayion uom. r
SOribbli. ttandard White Sugar, eohirntltiit of row-
; . ;arooconiaiw, uranniae44asd BUofoe. ,.
AO qulntalt George Bink Oodflsh. ' ' "'rfN
BObkai tdaea and No. 1 nUckerwl j itiT TdTM
A tea. Pick Baboon.
10O bz. Layer Baitlna.
60hf. bMdoti.dwr'l
'rni! .a m
10O M Oigan, dilferenl brand, and gntdei.' ' -1
mJ7; . . ,-, . WM. aoDONAW.r
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BOOK Z3HNJJJXJX1
.Aai Blank-Book Kanofantorer!
aurll-dly .'' --. , u i,.lTJ
NECK aIEx vI.f.foi,fl-T
ypr8h m ,-r,T r8-o-th Blghatmt.
,rni' tif, nbuin wan itkibt. '
IUt luit rectlTcd a Aew make of COOP IftTtTK
flulahedln t manuer far jnperior to any yet Introduoad
.f v ia
r6yal quarto dictionary
i yawpwteotJi Be8t
r.--d ri i v jlu i nil t ,
j thorltr of tho CWKUdkLangntarett
) M U, SfrdrtlIiiinintfJuwloriof Ohio,
"THE BEST ENQLISa WOMOITART IXTAKT;
j . Mi I i tAtrarrf Mm Btrryvhtt.
I'uoi arennwarda of a Hundred Thodaana Word,
wnoae multirarloui maanlnt and derlratlonu rortther
ii- il u vi , j , fXncinnaii ComntreUiil '
S4od O ZHciiicn ' th Itmbrt of lAt'OMo StaU
, I ne nndertltroed, member of the Ohio State Teacher'
eaoolatlon. adont and aim in an in tM.hit, witin
and peaklnf, the orUiofmpby aao pronuDoiaAlea of
Woreeeler'i Eorml Qwarto DIMloaary. and wa most cor-
owiy recommend It a tb moat reliable atandard
thorlty of the Bngllah ranfotgv, a K la now written and
toktx AaCllWa-'PrMldMit Krtnrtm AnltMa
D. LtMrrr, Superintendent EanetTllle Behoeri.
&. rr. u.avxT, Bup't M ami Ion Union Bchooli,.
.. It. CowDaar, 8un't Publlo BchooU, Bandoeky.
ion Iykcu. Buo't Publlo Bchoola. fllml.tll. . ' '
B. K. Bnroan, Principal Clereland tenal Benilue
i Ww. VtiMmft an, o.k.t- u. vri . .
oaii Oenn, Principal Btat Normal School, Minn
OTt7iJfioii, principal fourth Intermediate Bchool,
H. 8. Maktw, Bup't Carrtrm Union BeheoU.
Bnwu KaaaL. Prtnalnal UHt. Hi-hnnt
Bu T. Tarraa, Prof. Ifauieanatioa, Ohio Unlrertlty.
A. aHoniiaa. Pilnalnal .f! IlWk lh,l. rfTii
iahd, u u i -fi Tai, rT 7i.-vr;r-L-3T
8Vi - - -
ITnaanta Brentm; Principal High SohooUCleT
land. 'ivinni tri !'. , . in . t
,a. r. umiero, .Principal Olemland Inititut.
.A., ftasnnp, Pteiident of Elaetie Inatltnte. HI-
' v - -. V ' - -
W. Bu VTaBBM. Wmff. W flliMilyw. AKI . WmMii
. H- B. Bxarar, Ex-Cemmlarloner of (toniop bchoola,
Homtot, Prof. Bhetorta, (JSerllu OoUage
Tno.Elji,Preiident Anttoch Oollere.
B. U. CaoMaAOSB. P vtf. T.innl vA.
'.V I.- . . i .... , .
a. M. Baam, Bnp't Unloa Bchoola. AihUad.
Afore than Bkt BundrmA aW AuVtmli (tbRa.
frofiuon, Authirt and iejr4iAt ZUvoo-
wr, nam moortta M oow aariwmotf.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
' MitllTTi Oouaoa Tt h tnitv a unl'nnl wnrlr.
an honor loth author, tb publlahn,and the whole
iuy . r aiuaeni aarwe. il i i ( i i ,
' Oflld WBtt.aT. TTimSFaW 'Tt MaA. m
tlona. . It Will be mv antila In nvthnsranhw Anrl nrnnnn.
etation.aad will often be1 contorted by me for it neat
ana accurate dennlUon," Preeldent Thompaon.
w. B. Bctatmo Coiaioi. "Heretofore we bare rued
naniereertnotraphy. At a reeent meetlDg of oar
faculty, u waa decided to chant It to conform to that
f Woroatter'l Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Pratdent
Garfield.
miwio.. j .i
I Wtwma RnriTl Conrot. 'I find It worthy of
viuiai approoauen." rreaiaeni uiicnooci.
Omra Ooluob. "It more than meet my expects-
ion, a recommena u a tna atandani antuonn in
orthoepy to my children and my poplla." Prtaldent
AjrTTOCW filiate "T adont and aim to na Is bsash-
log, watingand epeaklng, the orthography and pronua.
eJatlon of Woreettcr't Koyal. Qoarto DicUonarj."
rreameniBUl. .-,:-:,; ,,,Brrt-,,: ,
J wrltlBt, tceaklnir, and teaehln. I bar ai'
dewfored i aform t tb rale for orthography and
pmuncaHonaiejooulaedta Wereeatar'a DicUonary."
Horace maun, late rreewenb j- .-. ,u i .
Kurroa Cotcaoa. Otidmn. ..! moat Mrdtall rerma.
mond It u the moat reliable ttandard authority of the
Engllah language a' It I sow written and upokrn.''
sic.iucnt Anarewi. " v
' n. . . . iti. ti .,
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Mmt. Anton SmyiA, oimmiMiontr of Common
' D0IUXH4 to CM4.
"Th Slotlonarr la an fmnertahahl monumant ta tb
learning and Induttryof lie author, and an honor to the
worm oi letter, ine mecnanteal execution la far tup.
rla. tA 1Kb. .V... TvImah T u
... n. w,. w. muj vm. wn. mw win, ii a r i wmr
iquautca." i i ...... .
rvm itfofi. a, B. Barney. ICommUttoiur
WWII lit (IIO. ,
"The mod reliable ttandard authority of the laa-
guag.'- t. .
I tra-At'lM '.-A
XjQsulinii "N"o-V7ap,iel- xf OMo Bay.
, Jrom Ik Clndand Btral&lf JkaireAW. ;' 1
' Th orthography of th Woroetter Dictionary I that
uted by moat. If not til. author of dleruMttoa -In thlt
country and England, and conform to th general uaag
of ordinary writer and eptekar. . ' t- -
Whatorer prejudice may bar nlated prerlouily,
careful ttudy ef thlt Tolam will Ihrartably be followed
by warm appreciation of It great merit, and a detlr
to add It to U well teleoted library, be tt Urg or email,
ii ie norary nimeiaM wiu renaia an imptrtana'
hi record of tb learning of it eompUer.
row th UnotnnaH Ccmmmtial c April 80. ,
Her ar ipward of a hundred thouand word good,
bad and Indifferent wboee multlfariaut meanlnga and
derivation, together with their rorreot ipclllng and p re
nunciation, ar tet clearly be for the eye. Tb work to
nuqueattonabiy th ireatrtt Theaearui o( Zngliah Word
erer pumunea. vi.nu u i . i,
Iron th CUtAand FMndtaltr oStpt. 90, I860
BrMeathr Woioarrna' BovaL Odato Dictmmau i
not onlv (At but, but On nrr wort of th tmd (Mr 4
eMatandcan by no potaibillty tuffer by eompariaon or
ooniroTeny. v ,;;"(!,,
.- Jrom th ToM Bladt of idySS.
At to KORuDciAtio. Wbicsrrait n tub frTAWDAan
followed by owr beat aa tho rat in definition be lene
notning t b dear), and In ORTBojaaArar it I aufflclent
to tay that W oaoarraa oan be tafeiy followed.
Pi INGnAiri St BBAGG, , , . ri
Pnbllaher, Deokaeller 4 Stationer
N0.1W BUPEBJ0B fP., CLETELAKD, pBIO.
maiB V
THE' mutual; benefit
LIEE INSURANCE' COMPANY,
.' 1 4 ' '
.aaaaaaa .
DlTldena January l, 1 80 1 1 4S Por Oomt,
ABaET?........ ., .....UJBlSJSSt 50.
BUitemcnt Janaiarw i, i8Gl
Btlaoc, per atateaenl Jan. lit, 1860.,. 1 1,40(1,50 39
Reoelted for PrMlum dur ...
Ing th year ldiO. .....7I3,Aj3 85 . M
BeoaiTtd for iotereit during
tb year 1800 ..'. 814,014 19"
Total reeeloti for lP00....Btt77.OU7 74
Paid QUima by Death ,307.(0 00 ' J " ' ' '
Paid PoUclet lurren- ' ."'J! JU'iii.TW
&ni...... 41,111 SO -ft. !.' ,., ;,!,.. .
Paid Balarie, Po.t- . . , i
are, Taxea. . Jtxr
chant. ate.'. SLCOo M " ' "IHi'!'
Paid Commlealon to ,.t .
Ateot. 51,3J 30 i ., ...
Paid Phyalelana' fee. 4,1100 75 ' .
Bald Annultiee 1.S17 00 f . .
Paid MTtdendj'dui'- '-. : in :-p fi .A .".w
ina th year ,.1C,W0 Si 505,031 03 ,4U,8T9 14
,jfir)jia5 tanhary laV .'l. '.,.'.';$,BB,858 88
Aiattn.
Oath en hand.,.. V.V.:.i.,,M mt it ' '
Bond and Mortgage oa Baa tw f-,. .-, Um ,n r
.iV'll
Ii
...1
Ciute, wort douaU lb., ,.. .., ...
loukU tin.
Ifcr&l an1
Premium Hotel, on Vollele - jmh.
amvune luaDvu. ,
.utt 'T
m iorot ooiy arewaag ope fi.i -eent.
Inttntt. 1.S170 wu ii
O.l , v:
111
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Beat Ettl.. i , to.898 87)
wantenBonA.....w... J s.a.n a
Pjnunioma.NotaaandGaah. In
uutniof Iranamualon.... dinn
tout i..!:j...ti.ornv3MsM $0
T8T8forWiahllorc,lnxuig...t
1,43 new rollclet hav been lesaed daring th year,"
After a oareful calculation of the prastnt Vfcfu of tha
outatandlBf Pottcletef th Compear, and having M(
Mwiry atnmni in rwerre Uererori mi Director
hav declared a Divuichb of 45 per otnt. on th Promi
na paid 4 th tabl eatea, lo all pollcitt for life la force,
tuned prior to January 1, 1640,iyabl according to th
preocnt rul of tb Company
atawaror ail auroeor bu uoumnrennt, rrotpaot
ie, Slelftata. and apaUcatlont. will b furnlabed
wrraoB caaaea, at the Ooio or Agtncies of the Com-
pf'-. :
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BENJ. 0. attlLB B, Mrtary. ' - - '
li. it ysKnvsui Agents- " i
aVsrtBtt, 180b. Kkv -b . ... .. uu: OolWBkaa, Or-
PI A t H A . II 0 'jflGtflfiCii DtACK
DRESS SILKS, i tTtrv trad Tb moat telcct
. - 3 B- Wm n
atwrtmtnl fa tteetiy, andataiea)
obi rat, r
BAIN At SON,
aprtU
. IfrB. it -Lvth ni.h lrvf)
IB.-..1 l'l.lt
-lSiiti4'
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4ye
A compound remedy, deiighed to to tha mos,t
ellectual Alterativt that can be made, ' It U
e) concentrated extract. ofPars Snrsapnrillfi,
D, combined with otluu; 6ijb.slarj.ces of still
greater alterative power a to afford n effec
tive antidot lor tho d'geases Snrsaparilln is
reputed to cure. '"It' Ju.helicvea'triat such a
repiedy is wanted by -those V hi suffiT' from
Strumous complaints, and that one whkh will
accomplish their cure must prove of iromenne
terrice to this large class ol' our afflicted fello w
oi(izen. - How completely this compound will
do It has beeri proren by experiment on many
Of the worst cases to be found of the following
cdmplaints:--7'; '' - ' .' . .
: ScitOrtllA ' AND SCROPt't.OVS COMPLAINTS,
EuuPTiowa and EiiupTivB Dibeases, Ulceus,
Pimples, Blotches, 'ftnwons, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Stpuilth and Syi-hilitio Aft
FBcrnoRS, MirccblaTj Disk asp., DitopsY, Neu
ralgia oa Tio Doulouoeui, IJebilhv, Dvs
pepsia and Indigestion, Euysivei.as, Rose
or St. Anthony's Finn, and indeed thf whole
elms of complaints arising; irirm Imtuuitv or
tub Blood. .v ' '.
t ! litis compound will Btr-Ciiuid a great pro
moter of health, when taken ia tlie spring, to
expel tlie foul humors which fester In the
blood at that season of the year, lly the time
ly expulsion of them many mnklin; disorder
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
hsbrcs, through which tho system will strive to
ria itselT of corruptions, if not assisted to do
tiiis-througb tho' natural chaniigls of the body
by at , ultcrntiro mediciuo, Cleiune qut the
ttituitejl blood whenever you find itsiiriptltitits
Uursting'throuh the skin in pimples,' eruptions,
or (orest 'cleansd it wlien you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in tho veins j clonnso it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
ou when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and lire
longer1, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but wilh this
pabulum of life disordered, there enn be no
lasting health. Sooner , or Inter something
must go wrong, and the great mnshinery of
Jib is disordered or overthrown, "
j JSarsaparilla has, and deserves much, tho
reputation of accomplishing the;e ends.. l?ut
tha world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, pnrtly because the drug
alone hag; not oil the virtue that 'is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extruct of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
pr any thing else.
i Durinz late years the publio liuve been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give o quart
Ot lixu net ot barsaparuia lur onu Uollar. iMost
of tliest Jiavo btcn frauds upon, tho sick, fqr
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but oi'tt'u no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, btttur and TMtinful disaDnoInbDottt
lias followed tlie use of the various oxtrooU of
Borsnparilln which flood tho market, .until tho
hamo itself is justly aespisod, and Iius become
ftynonTnous With Imposition and chent. Still
(wo call this Compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply sucli a remedy as shall rescue the
namo from the load of obloquy wliich rests
upon it. And we thiiik wo hare ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
uy tnu ordinary run of tho disease it M lntertd
jcd to cure In order to secure thsir complete
vrat itration irom tno syttem, tlie remedy should
be Judiciously taken according to directions on
tiic bottle. .
.... . . . l'RU'ABED BY . , .
DR. J. C. AVElt A CO.
T.OXVIVT.T. AT ACQ1 :-' 1
-v aA4 A. kwl f 1
Price, 91 per Dottle U Uottle for $9.
Ayer's Chernr Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown (ur the cure of
every variety of Throat uud Lung Comprint, that
it i entirely umiecesaary fur tit to recount the
evidence of it virtues, tvherover it has been cm.
ployed. ,A it has long been in constant us
throughout tlii3 section, we need not do mora than
ataura th neonle its aualitv ia kent im tn tho IimI
it erer has boen, and that it may be relied on to
uu wr uieir renui uu u ua ever uean iuuuu to uo,
Ayerjs, Cathartic Pills,
ron Tni? nrrnc no '-
Coilittiiess, Jauttftec, Viftrpsia, 1 At&grstin,
Dysentery, Fovl SUunaeti, lii-ysipelat, lUadaclit,
Pilu, nheumntistn IWvutimu and HA: a I)iuasen,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Tumors and
Salt Iilmim,- Worms, Coiit, Xcuralgia, as a
Dinner Fill, and for' Purtfymg the Blood... , . i
'.They are angar-coalcd, so that the most !.
tiv can tako them pleaantlv, and they ardthr
best aperient in the world for all the nutDoaWof
faraUy physio. - - - , . ,. . ,. ,;: , ';;
Pried 23 cants p;r Bos ; Piva b&.va for Jl.00.
OreatnumhersofCleTirrmfrf'. riivsici.i'iis.Stiiies-
men, and eminent prrsonages, haw hut their
nam to certify tlie unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our spnet her wiil not pci'mit tlie
insertion of them. : Tlie Agents below nntuptt fur
nish pratit our Am attic an Almanac in which tlicy
arc Kiven ; With "also full description of the iiIkivo
complaints, and the treatment that should l-c inl-
lowed lor tueir cure.
. So not be put off bv unprincipled dealers with
eipicu uenieis nun
o mora profit on.
others' .ThC
in, and tluy sli. mill
Sua preparation tuey mako
emand Aveh's. and tilto no '
want the best aid there U tot tlicin
hav it. K. 'ii ,-.( ... . ,,
All our jetaedies-are fur sale by
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.: STEAMERS
TUANDFHOIS ' ' rt
LONDONDERRY, r GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal,; Quebec,'. 1
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Th Montreal Ocean Bteamahln ComDanv'a flrit-rlem
full-powered Olyde-bollt Steamer tall every sat.
urday from PORTLAND, earrylngdh OaaaUiaa and
Calted Btat Mail and power, re re, '
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Shorteat, VbeafHiat ana Qtilakaat Cou.
. -4. way auacei iraaa ,i .iW. .
iimicA to all rasrs or Kuaorx.
,.' ltteJ Ot Faatwag) to
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Win sail from trviRPOOL every tVedneBaay,
and from QtTBRBO every Matnrday . ealHng at
JUONDONDBRBT to recelv on board and land Mailt and
Pateengert, to and from Inland and Scotland. -
ILrThete Btoamers art built ef Iron, tn watar-tlrht
oompartmcatt, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every amotion u pain to m comfort ana acoommMa
Uon of pateengert. As they proceed direct to LONDON.
usuz, tne gieat riut ana delay or caiiuig at Bt. John'i
ItavoUed.1 :,''-' .-'. .-. - ... ...i;.'. .... i. -.
Glaagow paMngrar fwrolihed with na patter?
ticket to and from Londonderry. , n- ,i,- ;
aeturn woawrt grantea a reaaeea rate. -- - .
OtTttfloates lud for carry lag to and brlngmgout pu
eanrtr from all the principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rate, by thlt lino of I teamen, and
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Sight Drmf ta for mmm vpwara yaw
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Beta bob. r.BAlM.S.Mathliiah St.
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Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia.
RAILROADS.
Fo r Cincinnati, Dayton A Indianapolis!
li.. lff,'rt k l iinmlt J(1 1 H ..ii
Through to lndianaDolls without Change of Cars
! and but One Cnantt of Cars between-'
" '-vii ;, j d.'-t -x
Four TmS $&ti.y fnm Columbus.
av i 'I mi U. V 91 l,.-i
" - TIRST' TRAIWi "'' '
ACpOHMODATIOlf tt 8 a. tri.Vftotipin? at all th.
UOnt MtWevn GolumhUw n'fllMlllnttll .nil TJLatn mm
riving at OiaciaMi at 1064 . nHnd at Auytoaai
th w ' """"WaH t Mdiaaappii aid
jiirrl'i
t a 1 XEEESS UOa. Mopping at Jefferion,
:"""i vaarieemio, vtaarviue. Jkanta, during valley,
Corwln, f reeport, Port Ancient. Morrow St., I.ebanon,
'''"' loveland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 4.30 p. m Daytoa at B.di p. aMeimneotiar with the
Vuioanujn,tauippiiiaiiroarurXouiavill( Hy., Via
oeonet, Cairo, Bl.Xoun. NawOrleant, elo.I at Dayton
for Indlanapolla, Urayette, Terre Haute, Chicago and
all Weatern poinlt. (
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL at 9.10 p. m , Hopping at all tlatlou between
Columbu and Xenla, and at Spring Valley, Corwin,
Morrow and Lovelaad, arriving at Cincinnati at 9 a. m.
. ;' '. .' FOURTH TRAIN., '
KIOHT EXPRKSB, via Dayton, at 18 U0 midnigLi,
(topping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Hiddktpwn and
Hamilton, arrleint at Cincinnati at 5.5J a. m.Tat Day
to at S.55a. m.i cosneotlng at Cincinnati with the
Ohl and Mitamippi Railroad lor Loalnllte, Evanavlll.
yinoenuee, Oalro, it. LouU, Mempbii, Mew Orleans,
Snd all polnte Bomb, and Bouth-weil; alio, at Dayton
lot Indlanapolii, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Chicago, elo.
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sppiy to M. I. DODERTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
Columbu.. . . . ..... .'i ;
.
P. W. STBADBB,
' i . . i General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
.
; '. . . ., jso. w. DOnsRir,
Agent, Columl',
!--!., ,.,-!, - i E. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
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Colamfcui, Jufy li, 1801.
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line.
RAILROADS
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.
I ; CONNECTING AT EEtlAlRB ItH THE
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: MORNING) EXPRESS . . J .
Loaves Colnmbn 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
z. ' wmwDTiiiei arriretat aeiialr. IU.VU A
M.; Steubenvllle, U.SO P. M. : Plttabnmh. 3 40 P.M.
aarrlibunr. 1.10 A. M mirt Anjmtmm . w.
Terk 8.00 A. M.t wfa PkiltuUlnAiA. r.i .t paiu-
delphla. S.10 A. M.J New Tork, 10.30 A. M. ilonnectt
uo at uarraturg ior BaUlaor. arriving at 7.4 A. M.
Sleeping Cars attached to tMs Train
Iroin Columhut. run dlreotlr thronrh ta Sallalra ar
Pittsburgh without change; and Puungers via Allen
town arrive in New Tork at 8 A. M.,
ICTTWO HODBS IS ADVANCE Of NORTHERN
his Train also connects at Beilaire with the
'''' e Biiltimore and Ohio Railroad. ; 1
PiTrBBunaa express
Leave Columbua 11 S3 A. U , from Colon Dei
Steubenvllle: arrlvet at Newark. 12 50 P. M i
epot, via
: Cothoc-
5pn.-15?-M. Steubenvllle. P. M l Pltuburg, 8.4
r h ii riiiu u fcnooniT nut DV wnuin Puvnian
oui lan umsiDUBU ai I a. a., go urough 10) fl it'
kurgh in daylight, without shasg Sf cart or delay.
"I ' " .-ill PABT UE.. ,, ,". ': ' ' ',' ! ..
Ooluabu S.1S P. M., from Colon Depot, via
?iiJLri- rrt're' Nrlc, 3.83 P. M ; tanwllle,
4 33 P. M ; Beilaire 7 .51 P. M.; Plttekurgh, 11.S5 P.
M.I HatTjiburg, 8.00 A. M.t ria AUentoten, arrtv
t' ,rw. ?orlt'4 : Philadelphia, arrive
Pbllidelohia, 1.10 P. U.; New York, 0- P. M, Thla
Train alto connect at Marriaburg for Baltimore, ar
riving all P.M. - j ' ..Ji
: Thia Train rant through to BeHaire or PltUburg with
out ehana of Cant and from PUUburg than i no
change of Car to Philadelphia, ot via AUentowa to
New Kork thus offeiing , y -
Tb only Root from Columbus to Baltimore,
i:, Philadelphia, or New York, with only , .
m.-i. one ohanga of Cars. . .i, ... , ,
By this Train Patten re r arrive In New Toik fire
hour In tdranc of the Northern Unit.
Thlt Train alto eonaertt at Beilaire with tb Baltimore
and Ohio R. R. ,
: .10 i . . ... -;, .
D"Thl Route is 30 mriej shorter to Pittsburg,
, , and more tbau 100 miles shorter to ,
i New York, than Northern Lines. -
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. 1 I. A. UUICU1NSON, ,
. Oen. Ticket Agent Bteubeuvllle phort Line.
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dun, riiolB,'WoaifcWiUovr Ware,
attm a.-vs. aunwe BelUag, lea .Leather, il ore and
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7 NovelUeslnNeckTletatid Beirrfi. ' ia
v. . . ,. ., .; Wwran and flwnl. flnll.,. . t:1Aj A-n -tf
i-l '" Bmbroldertd Pookt Xaadkroiiio(t -.,
Parlt Kid Olovet, superior mak,.. u .
Golden Hill Shirt, various styles, ' " J r,i '
Bon' Golden 11111 Bhlrt. do . '
Drlvtagaud Street Olove, aV's - T Tt
: Hemmed Pocket lltodkenhieft, va limit ttrls. j.
Half Hot and IJpder Garment, h
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Pl,ir,!.. .w, No- South, High ftreet..
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7 AMERICAN WATCiE$,f ,'f?
nwwmiwiiir t. uuwaiw v tWOCOa, Mat.
Thaas Watehr fat suowrlos to anything vrcffeid
ta th publlo, heretofore. Having th exclualv wency,
I oan tell them at price to suit the (Uut. I hire I oat
received larg tttok of . ik s.ii jo n-.,.,..J1',K
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COMBINED! Gen. Butler on Contrabands.
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA.
Fortress Monroe, July 30, 1861.
IT T . joT-ienerai Ulx, bra
telegraphio order from I-iepteoeBt-GeBeral
soots, 1 was oommarided to forward, ot . the
trooM of tbis department, f0Ur reglmeuts and a
naif, including fjplonel Baker's California Reg-'
.i1' Xd tW"nlD8toii via Baltimore. -Tbis
otderi reached me at 2 o'clock A. M. by
special boat irom Baltimore. Believioi
that it emanated became, ol some pres.imj
exigency for tba defepae ol, Washington. L l,
sued or orders before daybreak for the embark
ation of the troops, sending those who" were
among ihe very beat regiments I had. To. tb
courae of the following day, they were alt tm
barked for" Biltlmore, with the exception of
Borne 400; for Whom I bad not transportation
-although I bad all the transport force In the
bands of tbe Quater-Master here, to kid the
liay line of steamers, which, by the same order
irom the Licutenant-General, was directed to
furnish transportation. Up to and at tba time
v""' i unu Been preparing for an ad
vance movement by which I booed to cripple
enemy as r oratowa, and
esceclally by seizing a largo quantity of negroes
wl!?.were belD8 Pressed into their service In
Duuaing tue entrenchments there. I had live
days previously been enabled to mount for the
ur win, ine. nrst company of light artillery
woicn i dm Been empowered to raise, and
tbey had but a single rifled cannon, an iron
six-poundcr. Of course, everything must
ana - am ; yield . to the. supposed .. exigency
ni tne oraers. Thla ordering away the
iroop. irom mis department, i whiio It
weaaenea tne posts at Newport New, nces
sitateditbe withdrawal of tbe troops from Hamp
ton, where I was then throwing ud intrenched
works to enable me to bold the town with a small
foroe, while I advanced up the York or James
river. ' In the village of Hampton there were a
largo no ruber of negroes, composed In a great
measure ot women and children of tbe men who
had fled thitber within my lines lor protection,
who had escaped from raaurauding parties ol
rebels who bad been gathering up able-bodied
black to aid Ihem In eonatruotino? thair h,tt!.
on the James and York rivers. , I had employ
ed tne men ia Hampton in throwing up intrweb
ments, and thev
efficiently at that duty, saving our soldiers from
that labor under th gleam of tb mid-day sun.
Th women were earning substantially their
own subsistence in waah inir. mark.tinfr. and
taking car of lb clothe of th soldiers, and
rations weto being served out to the men who
worked for the sunnert of tha nl.ilH.on Rut k.
the evacuation of Hampton, rendered necessary
by the withdrawal of troops, leaving ra scarce
ly five thousand men outside the fort, including
th fore at Newport News, all thes black peo
ple were obliged to break np their homes at
uampuju, ueeing across tho creek within my
Use for protection and support. ' Indeed It was
a moat distressing sight, to see these poor crea
tures, who had trusted to tha protection of lb
arm of the United State, and who aided to
troops of th United States in tbelr enterprise,
tt be thus obliged to flee from 'tb. homes of
their masters, who had deserted them, and be
come not fugitives from fear of th return of
tho rebel soldiery, who bad threatened to shoot
th men who had wronght for us, and to carry
off tbe women, who had served ns, to worse
than Egyptian bondage. I have therefore now
withlu tbe Peninsula, tbis side of Hampton
Creek nine hundred negroes, three hundred of
whom are able-bodied men, thirty of whom ar
Substantially past hard labor, on hundred and
seventy-five women, two hundred and twenty
ve children under the as of ten veara. and
One hundred and seventy between ten and eigh
teen years, and many more coming in. The
qaeationa which this stat of fact present are
very cinuarraniog. '"' ' ' 'i-ii i ,n t.
i First What shall be done with themt and
second, What 1 tbelr state and condition? . :
I 'WDOntUeS OUeSUOn I draira th. tnatrnn-
dom oi tn department. , . , . 4 -t
' ,Tn first question, however, max Derham be
ena-werad by considering, tbe. laas.. Aro to
mea, women and children alavaat Ar. thaw
free? Is their condition that oi men, women
and children, or of property, or U it a ruixnd
relationl. Wbat their afafa waa-ar.rl.r- th.
Conatitatlon and laws, w all k sow. What has
been the etTeot of tb rebellio and a state of
war upon that itjfMf, When, i adopted the
theory of treating th able-bodisd negro, fit to
work In the trenohe, a property liable to be
usea in aia ox raoeiiion, and so.' contraband .of
war, uat cenaiuoa ot tning was, as
I tho
atut aaill h.llra - u.i i .
basis. Butnow a dw series of OBMtiona .ria.
Passing by women, ah obUdraa aeruinl
ft. , .. . -
'-can-1
bot be treated on that btais; if property, they
must be oooideredth inctmbrance, rather
tbaa tb auxiliary of an armv. and., ol
ia no possible legal relation, could, be; treated
cauraoanu.r 'Ar uey propertjl, It .tby
wrav,ui7 nave oe en 101 1 py; yir 1 saaMera
and owners, dtserled. thrown awi. a.h.r,dn..i
a tuw wracawa veaset npotw iae ooeaitj r JUw
mrmer possessors ana owners havet 0aUctmlyf
uuMnvuwiy, rwDcitivasiy, ana, 10 carry, out Ape
figure, practically abandoned them to bo swal
lowed np by lb Winter storm of straUoB-
If property, do. they not become tb prop
erty of the salve? .But w. th.l
v m wneu auu win sot noiti Saab proserty,
and will assume no such ownership 1 ha not
therefore all proprietary--relation ceased?
Havo they oat bworn tarsuo mo, woajea
and children? No lonprer under ownership
of any. kind, the fearful, relict of'ifuglav
asters, bav they not by their aissura' acta,
and th etat .of war, aasnmod .the jauadition,
j ... j .
wuiua ww uuiu 10 ae in normal oa of the
mad in God imag? . Ia not every, oca ttitu
tlonaJ, legal ant: moral requirement, aa.wcUt
tbelr ' runaway master as their, relioqaurhed
Slaves, tba answered? 1 confess thai any own
mtod Is compellod by this raaooing to. look up
on them a men and women. 1 If not fra born,
yt free, matramltted, sent forth, .from ta hand
was aiv went never to ba reaUUard.i Of
ooarao 11 ' tuia reasoning IfiaS tmrrfeotl at
forth is correct, my duty as k hasaan saaa 4
very plain.': 1 aaould take the .aama oar f
inese asen, wo maa ana ohlidrta, -bonceje,
Hvsauicw auu wuproviuea ior, aa 1 would lot the
tarn nnmberof mea,, worn a andcldlawomuwa
for hip attaohaient to tho Unloa aad t,
drlvea or allowed to fio- from shCoafiraee
State.' I should hav a doub.e4his quea-
tiouj had 1 not teen kt ta tad thataa otdew harl
baeBlssaad by General McDowell la hi d
partsient, ssbstaotially forbidding all .fugitive
lave irom BDminir wiinm Cl ilaa.- 0v 4M)iBw
thsrvw Jathat order to baeu tore ad in
an military oepartjaentai if o, who acodat b
considered fngltiv slaves? - Is a slave to Im eon
Btaerwa 'iuitw wum. master 40 away aad
leave him? 1 la it forbtddea to tha troops to aid
or harbor within their iin, th naro child-.,,
who ar found therein, or i tba soldier, when
hi march has deatrojed his maau f auK.!
taoco, to allow then to starv. beoaua h baa
driven u waraoct master i j Nw jtbail the
BtaBiB(ia( 0 wwgiBsBtor patuiioa alt injuda
ot ti-oa tb question, - whether , any given
black man has fled from hi maaterlaw hi,..
tet fled from him? , ladeed, how, ar ,. ib,fr
bom to b disdnguished?. , Is on any mot or
iesa a logiuv sieve oeoanae he bas labor upon
tho rebel entrenchment? If ba baa so labored,
if I understand it, he Is to be harbored. 4 By tb
reception of wbioh,' are the rebels most to be
distressed "by Uklag thoa woo bar wroagbt
Uj taia rebel masters), desired, masked their
battery, or those who bar refuted to labor and
left th battery unmasked? I have very decided
opinions upon the subject of tnloraf . I doe P
not becom as to criibds it, aadi I wtjt la w
P!ll5 'W! M-alRiplf -to explain that
1 bu
(nil difficulties that surround the enforcing of It.
If the enforcement of that order1 become tb
policy of tb Government, I, as a soldier, shall
ba bouad lo euforo it ateatuastly, U a8 sheer-
lt:)T .Bfill Ia ..... I
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rin-!, ,0
uo
toUyV
ffllttH 'I?' ow? 'IooTa7on"
71? .7 w " ' ymwawa wntM JbfOfB that Whiak
tfl !.ieil"r',.cJl0an;. J? ,tat of rebellion
I-would confiscat1 that whloh Was1 osrd1 w bp.
Dflta mvm ..Ml ... k II - . . . K
r j - . mu, tna property wnich
avin.tliiiL.il. ,k ...in. ... . rv
ohl.i.l.if if I.. . K
.hL-ii Pruis pr nappiness, ucb
oofeotion might not reqaire mac
-u.i ' r?w l""""! 11 duvolvr
' I - n,i ,ir your obedient litrttt!"":', ,,'t ''
lii .a r.rVJ ua. tua tatevana fa-
IitK.e1 m ' V?" b whIch ,he
edj Resides bemg the cspie of the war? and If.
la so doioe, it inohliJ hHnMf ..,.. '
ti'-i
Fortress Monroe, July 30, 1861. BENJAMIN F. BUTLER.
The Eighth Georgia Regiment in the
Battle at Stone Bridge.
The following? graphic' diunrlntiri.. i.
Sl.sT.fcaf fie'.d' "ST. S"0 condifctof
:ZZ o ?r "ITS1 "" ws written for
m tuauiuii uisnatcn bw . mu... u.
participated In the fierce conflict of theSl'st of
Julys ; - - - iUHtbH
. oa 1 bnrsday,! tbr 18tb instant, aboat 2 P.
.ma regiment leif w incheater for Man...
sw, under command of Lieut-Colonel Mont.
outcry o.runer. ioi. Bartow bad been-for
aorad weeks acting Brlgadier-General of brlr-
7 ,7. .r . """a1 .ftegimenu. and.a bat-
tallon of Kentuckiau. J
, The Eighth marched twent-seven miles over
w.w mouuvains, loraing tbe ' BbenaadMk, to
f iadmoot, an the Manassa Gap railroadi and
arrived titer about noon Friday. Xh march
"?.""" ' "e extreme. Aijer a delay
ol a fsw hours they left for Manassas on the
ears, and a slow, tedious ride brrmrbt-tiierrt to
this point lata on Saturday mofoiogy, Tbsj.
marohadttresand abalf miles to camp Jn tbe
woods, without tents, and without food. Early
next morning they were ordered to the" fight,!
where tbey arrived, after a clrcuitoojy weari
some, anaal timea double-quick tramp of be
tween tea and twelve miles. '
' .Breathless, tired, fatnt and fodteore, the gal.
lant fellows were eager for th affray, i Tbey
w.er,a orier0 support Pendleton's Vir
ginia Battery, which tbey did amid a luriotts
storm of grape from tbe enemy. Inactive as
they were, compelled to be under this Are, tbey
etood cool and unflurried, -They wer finally
ordered to charge Sherman's Battery.,, ,Xod
tbi it , was necessary to cross an Intervening
hollow, covered by tb enemy's fire, and -establish
themselves in a thicket flanking th en
emy's battery. They charged in a manner that
elicited the praise of General Johnston. . . , .
; Gaining the thicket, they opened noon the
enemy. The history of warfare probably af
ford no Instance of nor desperate flirhtinw
than took place aow. From three aides a fierce,
concentrated, . murderous, unceasing volley
poured In upon this devoted and herdia "tlx
hundred" Georeiao. Tha ertemvannMMrl em.
on the hill by thousands.' Between six and tea
regiment were visible, it waa a hell of bullet
rain in that fatal grova. Tho ranks were cut
ini"grain bj a ,cJlDe- W hoi platoons
"'" waj a ii Dy magic, cool, onOinch
iog and stubborn, eaob maa fought with galls a-
-a .w a awro ustermmauon to win or dl.
i.v. uuo laiicrcu. vroi. uariow's norse was
not nnuer mm. , Adjutant Branch fell, mortal
ly wounded. Lieut -Col. Gardner dropped with
a shattered leg; Th officers moved from rank
to u,.rom man to. man,, cheering and en
couraging tbe brave fellows. Some of them
took tbe muskets or the dead and began coolly
ih mu aupaiuDir nour. . 1 no ahnt l.iatinri
and tore through trees and bones. The ground
became Utterly paved with the falleni Yet the
remnant stood composed and unqaallng, care
fully loading, steadily aimlntr.Bnwrinwl. ftVma-.
.m. .u.h Muiciij iwauug w se tb ciloct ot
tueir snots, flier boys lought like veterans
unexcited. save with tha atrn K.kii. k.,
fiameless txhilaratlon, that battle gives to brave
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After eight or ten rounds the regiment ap
peared annihilated. The order was reluctantly
given to cease firing and retire. The stubborn
icllows gave no heed. It was repeated. Still
obedleno. .: Th battl spirit was np.. Again
it was given. .Three volley had been fired al
ter oe ur command. . Ai length they return
ed, walkioe and flehtlnir. D.lr,-tn th. rf.n.i,.
ol the growth, a part of tb regiment wertv -
arated from the colors. .Th other t formed I
r ; uwiiuu toe tmccet. xne retreat
coQiiuuea over sround a turmhi t j
field.' At every open spot they would reform,
pour a valley .Into h mrSum enemy , and
again rtirvM,u , ,'.,!IOl;, i.
from tbaaoiwuntof tha.anem whn .t'nnnl
tO give WAter to tbe wounded and rlfl. th. A-.A
it Beems that tho Eighth cut to nleoes the Sixth
Massachusetts, half "-demolished tho 'Rhode
Islendera, aad nude deadly baro amOcg th
("C"1"9' - . Ua borribl. mistake ocourrad at
Ki- ,.;.. T-1 I r . . . 1 . .
z! UBlr own inenas,.tajting them lor
th enemy', poured a' fatal tire upon tbelr muti
lated ranks. ' At length tbey withdraw . troav
th fight. .ITheir final rally waa with some six-
V men, tw.me six pundred tbey took In. Ba-
iBBtava teus no more berolo Ule than this: "In
to th valley ol death th sit htrnttred 1
Astbeyvetlred, kev paseaj: General dauwa
tU' ,idtifr,uU9 w'aad,: hlaat,
and said: J I lnt the, Eighth eorr-la with
Imyhatotf" " -i-'i-p.-. t:.2l
Of all th compaote,f 'th regWenT,' (be
OgUthorp Light infantry anflard aaaat.: Th..
wr on tb extreme righty aaaNsttbaaeav.,
and thai war more acpoaaltiw Cwsa-poeaa ef tho
ftrBt Tmrng gerjUeoien of tevSaaah, ihetx tratb.
u. .woo win uiruw a g ioara aver abet taoi
.jr . l organiiauon-of.flv or. .ai, years'
standing, they were the favorite Corp of Sa-
vannan. tvoi. Bartow bad long been their
vapiain, ana was idoiiaed tjytheni wbil be
had a band oi na in them f ' It ;is suppoaed
that bis deep grief at tha mutilation of, hi boys
voutcu una to expos oi 111a mora recklessly
than was necessary.' He' wished to dl with
them, If h could not tk thent back bomea.
They fought, with herein, desperation, .AH
yonng, all unmarried, all gentlemen, ther was
not eoe of the killed who was not an ornament
to the community and freighted with brilliant
promise. In sending them to Virginia, Savan
nah aent her beet to represent bar, and tatr
los proved how welt tfcy stoi.p.. h .vU
that lty wssrepteseitet in a. ,0tUe ,wheie.aU
were brave. -T
" After the gallant Elgnth tsu irre'rl with bht
a rragmeoi, uo4. artewibv UtOk lM7ki.
ordar, btoMht.nn tbaSevuth GnvW. aBMlaltTa,
iiDah reply to Col. Gartrell. of tb Seventh:
who aaked him where they should goglve
m-juur'flleiatffll wm talk won. . ..,i..
them to thair stand amid a tenibU fire, i
posted th regiment 4aeatW thoaoemy, and
oxotainted la thoa euquent.tooea o full, of high
feeling that bis friends ever expected from him
"Gen, Beauregard sajS jf On most holuT (mis
mJ.Jti:L.t .j.i.....fvr. . ..... ... ..
Hwbiiidu, anu,ueorgraoB, 1 appeal W you t hoi
tttMi aula ,iH,:Ja,rnK) lirtq-e iif utiim ajv,
iftBaroesBo4iferjaUanUy.ri4iog amid lb
notteet pre, cheering tbe men, inspiring them
with 1)18 fervent courage-,1 tie was shot in' lb
hear! and feM from .biroe i Tbey i4
bimnai With. both, handa alaaned aver hla
brasth raised, bis head with a god-like effort,
bi eya glittering In its last gleam' with ibhi-
fnr ' llirht. he-8iT, WkVe' laufheroteu flvsrl!'
h la toity 1 spirit,' -Ty -h .kiUet,B. but,
boy, never glv nptbe field;" emphasising, thp
"never" in bi peouUas andstlxrlpg manner,
that all who know Wm, will so feelingl. recall.
Thus
perished as noble h tout as ever breathed.
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