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BUSINESS CARDS i
F. A. B. SIUKISS,
i' -AND ZVOTARY PUBLIC J
jffler-Amboi BulUlnfc oppotlw Oapltol Iquart.
' COLUMBUS. OHIO
Attorney & Counsellor at Law;
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Machine Mannfactaring Compafly
at 4NDFAOTUURI Of ,
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS
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1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements,---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Conneotlng at Oreetllna with th FITT8BURQII, IT.
WATtfl a 0BI0AOO RAILROAD
fbr Pittsburgh, FhUatUlpMa and BaUinuyr. Mtt
for Jbrt Wayn4 and OMoago. .
Conneotlng at Oleralasd with the IAKJ IH0BI BAIIr
ii": ' B0AD ,
THUEE TRAINS DAILY-
From Colombo, Id connection with Tralnion the
l.lTlXEnnlami ,AN1 COLUMBUS
AMD XEBI1A KAll.KOAl.
IIR8T TRAIN.., .....
NIGHT EXPRK88.Ltari Ooltunbat at . A . M I
wtU kara paeaangen at all atatlona aoutb of Gallon,
Itop at Dalaaara. Aahley, Gardlngtun and Oi If ad, and
at allitutloua north of Gallon, urlrlna at Oloreland
at 9 0U A'. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. U., BuBalo 4 83!?. M.
Albany J.S10 A. AL, New' York &as A. at., Botton 9:10
F. M., Fltteburglt rta Ortttlina 3:0 P. X , Pblladel
hiS:lU A. al. Chicago via Oreaiiln at 7:oP.m.
8KC0ND TRAIN. . .,; .
NKTN YORK KZPBB38-larM Oolumbaa at 111 10
a. m. WUletop atLewit Oantro, (for White Bulpbur
Plj). Delaware, Cardlngion, (ialioa, OiwtUne, Bhel
bjr, New London, Wellington and Urafton, arrlr at
OUreland at 3:13 p. m.j Dunkirk, b:SO p. b.i Buf
lalo, 10;8 p. m.i Albany, bAi a. m.; MewJoik, l:ti
p. b.; Beaton, 4:40 p. b. Thla Train aonneota at Bhel
b for Banduiky, and at GJafton fpr Toledo, arrirlng at
Toledo at . p.m. .
. . .. THIRD TRAXS.
Mill. AND AG COUM0D ATION Learea Oojumbaa
at 8.30 p.-awm atop at all atatlona South of
Shelby, and at Mew London, tfeiltnirtoD, flrafton,
aad Berea; arrirlnf at CleTeland at PTdO p. m t Dan
ktrk, S:00a. m.j Buffalo, SsSUa. m.; Albany, 8.S0 p. m.
vB,Vork, 7SO p. in.: Boeton. 11:41 p b.i Plueburgb,
rfo 0raaUlM,a 11:64 prn. Philadelphia, 1:00 p. .,
Ohlcago, a Creetllne, tti a, a. Thia Train onneoti
at bhelky fof ftanduaky and. ToledoarriTlag at Toledo
Patent ; i?ieeping':Cars are "ran on all
. ' r Eight Trains to dUcago, Kew
'-ork and Boston, s
Sanay Vtecixd TkrtUfk to Sm Jbrkand Solon
Ti llmnlamtL alto, to PAUadtlphia and
. . . . w. lorkHa Vr$uw. r .
; RETURNING." '
' -Hlsht txpreBarrlrietOolnnibniat...ll,IJ P. M.
'-w CindnnaU kaprera arrlree at Oolumbueat 10:80 A. af.
J AonuBBodatloa i Bspreea arriraial Voltunbui tT:W
,Cjt pit 9
! aitaw a ay aafeimr Bawto.
- ' ifalr forWcktii via Crtllini tr ClntUnd,.
M. S. FLINT. -' ":
. . ... . .... gnpjrtntcndent, Olrrtla&d, Ohio.
.JAMES PATTIB80N, Agent, '
, OolaBbn. Jana IT, 1881.' 5 f0"' hl0'
'( AA' JBr.'iCn CHIEN and B JUL OK
- AUVlasAS lOObagspriBM Bie Cone.
160 Mobetaald Dulek OoTanunant Jara Coffee.
1 5 bags &ey loo Ooffo. K' . - v. i
gOObbU. standard White Sugars, eoniUUng of Pow
nrw, vorusneo, v ranuiaiea A ana B voffee.
'"''' 80 ejulntals eorge Bank Ood&sh.
:..: tnhali. Um and Mo. I U.b.l ' J . '
' , '' lea. Pick 8hon. ' .
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. iwv.ni se - aa ' . . .
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; a lil ley;:,::.-I
book, ni rsixnxEt
" And Blank-Book Manufacturer,
- "aTOtTB aOBH STim, toLUWUS, OHIO
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Snlehed la a Banner far euperipr 10 any jet Introdaaad
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ROYAL QuAItTb DICTIONARY.
riil4teitThe Eareit Tha Beit,
ir , ivaeapesc aoau tn Best,.'
'Xh nat Bellabi fttanar An.
IT. . . . .
WriB!Miliaoo)rt if Ohio,
"TuX BEST IKQLISH DIOTIOHAET IXTUTI."
'Hoi r iipiMrdi ot DoiKlrad TbouMsd WoMi
r rr fanr$ JUiootjiioni
Tbo BDoWirnod, aombtra of lb Ohio 8nU Tokeban'
-wimiion, uopi tmi (inv to un Id Mochlnf,
S Pf. 1 erthoinph- aod pronanoWi
WoMMtor' Rvl Quart Dlotlonarr and m m.
.11'. rtoomn,Dd U a th soot rollabl itandard aa-
pOB? BI,UB "oiuPi aa It la bow writtaa and
" AiiDKnra, Pmldrat Ktnrop Oollafra.
I J1 IT. Laonrrr, luparlntcndtut Ctnnil Beboolf.
Tan, w. Harrr. iap't Mawiioa Union Bchoola.
. i uowaaai, lup't Publlo Ichoola. Saoduakjr.
' L"". aapt Pooua SVkooliv Olrolerlll
roa, Principal Olaraland Feaala I
' 'OMOeWBH. Vrtiurinal' U...l auhnnl. Hia.
aota. ' " ' r;
..ran Vmk, PrlnolpoJ Foarth Intermediate Bohool,
H. 8. ataaTu.Sup't Canton Union School!. .,
B bwia Haaai. Principal KcNeely Normal School.
U T. Tarra. Prof. afarberaate; Oblo Onlreralty
WI. W. Kawaan. lun'i Tm. TTnlon auhonl.
kA. O. Horaaaa, aijtnal Van nirh 8hu,l. fllara.
land. - '
. A. NoaTOW. AoelataTrlnslnal H l.h vh,l dim.
land . "
TnosoM Btbruhw. Principal Elgh Bohool, Olerel
F. HoalaroH, Principal Olereland Inetitnta.
J. A. OaAtuu, Preeldent of IlecUo lnitltute. HI
W. L HABBia. Prnf. Af fflianlatn. OKU WImm
Unrrenlty. ' i '. '
'H. H. Bakawr. a..flMnliAn..rn.n o.Ki..
ft , " 1
Jaxai HomoB, Prof. Bbatorio, Oberlln College
Taoa. Bux. Prealnent AnUooh Oollen.
Jw W. - H. fJATanABI. Prnf. U.lhMn.IlM ntirlk
1 . G. GanaiaaBM. Vwvf. T.inm.M trik l.hl
TS . , mum
H. BAiaa, 8up't Union Bohool. Aahland.
Mort Aon Sim ButArtA AUati i' ryn.
ftt, Proftuori, Author and DitttnouWud Sdwxf
r, nam maortta ia aoov tmMnmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Haaima Ootuaa "It la trnl a uunMaant vnrb.
an honor lo the author, the publlthera, and the whole
uuuiry.i meiaeni anarewi.
Olio Wa.araji1Iwnrnannr.Tt maali mmiuh.
uooa. ii win be ay guide in artbograpby andpronun
eiation, and will often be oontulted by bo for It neat
a aocurata aennttiona." g reaident Ihompaoa.
w. B. aVuorw Oouaai. "Heretofore w hare need
webeter e orthography . At a recent Beetlng of our
raenltr.lt WaadHJad taxhanM l In unfnna an th.t
of Woreaeter'a feoyal Quarto Dlctltniary." Preeident
warraM Baatmra Ooutaa.v'T And It erarthw af
pifcvimuvn.' -rreeiuent uiiouoook.. .
Oaaaua 0ou..a. f'lt Bora than aueta ny expecla-
t nconunena it aa tne Handera aulborltybi
orthoepy to my children and my poplbj." Preeldent
- Ajmooa Couasa. "I adoctand aim to aaa In leash.
tag, writlogaod epeaklng, the orthography and pronun
vwuod oi woroeateri aorai uuarto Dlotlonarr. "
Preeldeat BUI, . , . .
"In all mr wrltln. meaklnr.and tnanblns. T kin
dearored to ooofom to the rale for orthography and
pronunciation ae oosteined in Woroeatara Dlotlonary . '
Horace Uann, lata Preaident.
BairroR OoLLaaa. OaJIBtn. "T Bet cordial It nanm.
Bond It a IhaaMet reliable atandard aathoritr of the
naliah lana-uaae aa It la now written and anolran.,"
D i . . . . . . r "
siwuavnt osuiewa. .
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Irom Bt. Anton AnyfA, QmmUHontr Common
, naiioot ia UMo,
The Dlettonarr la an Imnevtahabla mannmanl In lha
learning and Induiiry of Ita author, and an honor to the
worra oi lettere. ine mecnantcai execution U far aup-
w um. v Miffuwiiiuwa wiui wuh a an o
from eon. a. B. Sarnm. toOommtottoner ot
.T- 1 I - . 111.
wmw n VHP. '
The Boat reliable itandard authority of the lan
guage.1' WMiT TBI
Xrsavdins Newapapera of Ohio Bay-,
Irom IK OUetland Btrald of Mare 18. '
Th orthography of the Woroeeter Dletieaary la that
aaed by moat. If not all author ol dUUnetlon la thla
country and Borland, and eonforBl to th general uaag
oi Ordinary wniere ana epeaaere.
Whaterer prejudice! may bar exlitad prerlouily, a
oareful itudy of ihii rolum will Inrarlably be followed
by warm appreciation of Ita great merit, and a deelre
to add It to th well Mleoted library, be It large or email,
It la a library Inlteelf, and will remain aa tmperiiha
bl record of th learning of Ita eoapller. 1 .
. JhvtAtX etncinnaUOmmm-ialo ApHtK.
Her are upward of a hundred thousand word good,
bad and mdlfferent wboaa multtfariooa meanlnga and
derlratlona, together with-their correal palling and pro
nunciation, are act clearly before the ay.- Th work la
unquestionably the greatest Iheaaurua of English Words
oror published. . . . . .
Irom (A Oltland Ptandakr tf&pt. to, 1800.
Brldentlr WoRcarrae'a RoTaL QnaKro Dicnoaaar tf
acd onlf ti loaf, but I nrrwork f'M kxnd ever
etMd.aadoaa by bo pon.bllity suffer by comparison or
TV-cm th Told Buxi of May 19. ... '
Aa to ntoauiiciATioM, Wobczbtib is tbi BTiMaaBD
followed by our best aathoret In definitions be leave,
nothing to be desired, and In Oaraoaaanrr It la suffloieai
to say that Woacamta aan be aafciy followed.
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PnMlahera, Bookaellers 4c Statlonra,
NO. 101 SUPBBI0R ST., CLBYILAND, OHIO.
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THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
3ox7rli, KT. eT-
JDlrl And January-1 1 86 1 1 48 Par Cbl
ASSKTS. . i .... 8313,588 SO.
j tatamant Jannary i, 1861,
Balance, peratatament Jan. 1st, 1890.. ...83,408,581 19
Baoaiied for Premium dur
ing the jeer 10 8763.031 58 ..
BeoelTed for Interest during
th year lafiO 814,014 10 :
Total receipts for lSQO....f)uTy,007 74
Paid 0 lalma by Death,9a7,O50 00
Paid Poltolee surren
dered 41,111 39
Paid Balariea, Poit- .
ag. Taxes, Xx
chanre, eto;. . 31,620 54 '
Paid Commissions to
Agents 11,J5 30
Paid Physicians' feea. 51 75
Paid Annuities...... 1,517 00
Paid Dirtdendi dur
ing th year 166,800 73 563,001 63 411,978 14
: Net Balanoe January 1st. loSl ....8S,6l,558 80
? r ' '. ; assits. ."-
Oash on hand...., ........ ' B(Jtt284 18
BondaaiidalortgaieaoBBeal . .,, ,
Bitate, worth double th - '.
amount loaned , 8 37-941 88
Premium Not, on Pelleiee '
. In force, on ly drawing 8 par
ent, InUreet, 1,178,884 17
Baal Istaie 80,814 ST7 .
Loans on Berlp 4,93144 j
rremiuma, noneanu uaan, is
couneof transmission.... 45,848 78
T"(V'."! "'7 81,81888 80
7,8T8 Pollcle m force, Inmring. 888,486,888
1,433 new Poltdee hsr been bamed during th rear.;
' After a aarefai oaicnlatloa of th present ralna of Um
OBtstandlng Pollcleeof th Company, and baring th
aeoasirrrii Bsageieif as reserr therefor, lb Director,
hare declared a Dinoeara of 48 per oant. oa th Preeap
ame paid al the table rate, to all policies for life In foroe.
Issued prior to January I, UuO, payable according to th
preeeal rata of th Company. J ,
Bataafor all kindeaf Life OonUngAtiotef, Profpaat
aee,taUmcnta, and Applications,. will be famished
witboot OBABaaj, l th Offie or Agendas of th Oom-
HB'' ' 1 b": '. 10BT. t. PATTBBSOS, President.
C.JlttlBB, Beoretary. ' .,
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'J ;.. 9. Juhnaon Block,
wKitii, (,., --.; ,'i fJolUBbaa.0. '
P L 1 l rrecBED, black
aaeertaaeat la tb eity, ac4 al saest reasonable rates.
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"--tmg-m- BAIN a SON, i
1 V : -J 'I- IS. B Lwtk BltfhAlrAl i
- ,.-., . r. - m 11 . ,
Scrofiila, or King's Evil,
U (wyiMUutitiW )di8?iiM, a corrtyition of jie
blood by avhiclr- tliia -fluid, hacoina tiliatud,
weak, aad poor. J5ing in the eircultjUon, it
Serrado tfio whole body, and may bunt out
i dUcas? on any part of it, ... No organ ii free
from its Attacks, nor U there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous tauft is roricrusly
caused by mercurial disease, -low- living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food. Impure- air, filUi
and filthy habits the denresain -vices,"nd,
above oil, by.ths yeuereal .infectjpn,' Wmt
erat pa it bngui, it hereditary in the cflta.
atitution, doacendlng " from parent to cliildren
unto tb fJitxd nnd fyqrth (renergtirm ; " indeed,
it aeemi to be the rod of Him who says, I
will visit rthe iniquitiea of the fathers upon
their cliOdren." ..' i 1 -..( ti .
, Its circa commence by deposition from the
blood of coi rupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lung, liver, and internal organs, 1a termed
tubercles ! in the glands, swellings j'knd 'On
the atirfitce, eruptions or sores. This foul can
ruption, which genders in th blood, deprossag
the energies of life, so that scrofulous eorurtitu
Jiqns not . only suffer from scrofulous' com
plutnti, Lu't they have fur less power to' with
storia tho atfaoks'of othoi discahelj-ccnie-qricnfly
ait 4 numbers 'perish by- disoTdcrs
which, aUliougli not scrofulous in tlielr ruiture,
aro still rendered fatal by this taint" In tlio
system. Most of the conaump(ion which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
In rjda sorofulous Contamination; nnd many
destructrve diseases of fJio liver1, kidneys,1)ratn,
oiul, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
lire nggravuted by tha saw causa ' ' t
Una (luarter of all our people are scrofulous
thcirf-persans are Invaded by tills lurking in
fection, and their liealth .is undermined br it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
tne dioou Dy an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine wa supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
sum ot our times can devise for tins every
where prevailing and fatal xnaladv. It is com
bined flora the most active rsmedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and th rescue of the
SVStcm from its deatruotive rnnnimnrp.
Ilence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Herofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise Irom it, such as Eruptive
and ;;iif Diseasks,' St. Anthony's Finn,
Roiii, or Erysipblas, Fimplbs, Pi'stvles,'
Br.oTciiF.s, Blains and Boils, Tumoks, TnTTP.n
and Salt Rheum, Soald Head, Kinowohm,
niiiXMATrsx, Syphilitic andMBRcuitiAL Dir
kasw, J)nor-sY, Dyspepsia, Dshility, and,
inili-cd, am. Complaints abirino fuom Vitia-
Ti:n on Impuhb Blood. The popular belief
in " impitrily ott blood " is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of tlie blood. . The
?artintinr purpose ana wrrtue of tlus Borsapa-
rinu u to puruy anu regenerate inis vital nuiu,
without which sound health is impossible in
TOR Till SPBRDY CORK OF V
Intermittent Prrer, orFerer aadlgae,
Ilemltteiit Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
A (rue, Periodical Headache, or Bilious
Heartache, and BUloae Fevers, indeed
far the whole close of dlseaaea orlarlnrtt
Ins; In biliary derangement, caused by
the Malaria of Miasmatic Countries.
Vo aro enabled here to ofTcr the community a
rimtdy which, while it cures the above complaints
willi certainty, is still perfectly harmlesa in any
quunltty. Such a remoay is invaluable in districts
where thcao afflicting disorders prevail. Thin
"Cckk" expels the miasinutio poison of Fever
and Aot'R Dom the system, and prevents the. de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
tho best remedy ever j et discovered fr this class
of complaints, but also the chcnpcst.'Tli9 large
quantity we supply for a dollar brinps it within the
reacli of every body ; and in bilious district'!, where
Fevku ami Aot'H prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A irrent superiority of this rcmedv over anv
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it coutaiua no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious (fleets whatever upon the constitu
tion. 'Ihose cured by it arc left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
lever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders nri-s from its irritation, among which are
Aeuraufia, liieumatum, Uoiit, Heartache, Blind-
r.r.., , uvfwK,,,, fcuiutnc, iuirrf(, ldrirrtl, d ut
jiitntion, Fjihiful Affection of the Spleen, fijftr-
' " noirei, ionc, rararysi ana ue.
ranncthent nf th Stomach, all of which, when
oriijiivitin r In this cause, put on the intermittent
tjpit, in oo'.imie periodical. This " Cl'ue " expels
the ponion uom the blood, and consequently cures
them nil atiko. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrant and persona travelling or temporarily
residlni; in the malarious districts. If taken occa-
lioiially or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, aud cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into disc-no.
Hence it is ev more valuable for protec
tion than cui a, ami few will ever suffer from Inter-
mittrnti if they avail themselves of tho protection
this remedy affords.. ., 'B,
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. and rmore than 100 miles shorter to
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[From the New York Tribune, 7th inst.]
Interesting form Hatteras Inlet.
Orrot Storm astf Fiooe'-rAe ItUni Subrati
.., owi. tna trovUiam Swept Qff
rr.."". r:r? -utmmvn.
7 laweWKItitatflBO,...'-, .. . , ,
Interesting form Hatteras Inlet. HATTERAS INLET, Nov. 2, 1861.
land furoaa at ihU ni., .'u.
mi,. , - r-"" "rw aiww sa suw
midt of another eogagameut which is of a mora
aenous cnaraoter than any of the cooflioia that
.... , .e0 plat oa this coast. It la a son
ti witn the elements., a great delage is upon
unuea to iocreasa In fur .n
t, , "h9 8Mnea tko lor m of a perfect
whirlwind, accompanied, with rain, which at
" ia wwnots. Aoout three o'clock this
morning the waves from the ocean beraiitn
sweep- over, the island (bait a mile wide; Into
toe Sound, and before daylight these two bodies
ot water aero uuittd. Not a spot of land was
to oe seen. All the lower norilona of the ular.it
where Forts litiras and Clark are situated,
WAS nuder Water, and .o anrlrUn .u tha.nh....
log and so violent the storm, (bat all cbauoea ol
escape wees cut off before the mornins? liirht
Oame. It Was Utter I v ImuosKihl In. an. aaai.a.
ance to reach them from our fleet, so terrible
was this Hi tteras Storm. And it area net La til
a bleaker swept aorots the island, carrying ueo,
.usance ana every creeping thing wun
it, thai tbe seldlers were aware ol the nreeentia of
great nooa. iuen were inddealy waebed out ol
their bed and (ootid their clothes (what few had
nndressed) borne bv tbe water to th Sound. Li .a
a t bat ... .
stock.iuch aa pigs, chickens, horses, cattle, dogs,
oats, and cooking utensils, lumber, driitwoud,
boxes, bArrels, trunks, sbantles, were oarried
forward, together with men on them and In
them, some lumpine out of windows, some cut
ting their way through the roof, others Jumping
off into ths water, wbiob, in many places, was
over their heads in depth, and making lor a b.s
or barrel in order to reach the roof of a shanty
still standing. Officers on horses were riding
or swimming through this moving mass, giving
orders to this floating army of men who, with a
gnn In one band and with the other hanging on
to some kind of an object, kept themselves
above water. The most mournful sight of ail,
however, was to witness tbe movinc of the sick.
some of whom were in a dying condition before
the Storm oame. Thev Were carried on cnt
from place to place on tbe shoulders of men
wbo were wading through water nearly Deck
deep. It was also a sad sight to witness each
a destruction of property. At the wharf where
all the Oovernment property is stored, a whole
sale destruction took place.- Provisions of
every kind were soon- afloat barrels of crack,
era, bread, sugar, pork, beef, molasses, beans,
potatoes, fish, boxes of candles, soap, clothing,
and, in fact, every thing required for an army,
was seen to go with the flood, with tbe build
ings containing them in a very dilapidated
condition. Tbe steamer Spaulding arrived the
evening oeiore wun a large ioa or provisions,
clothing, lumber, etc , and, as good luck would
have it, she was unable to land but a email
portion of her oargo tbe night she came in.
Unfortunately tbere was, however, some cloth
ing landed for tbe naked Twentieth Indiana
Regiment. Nearly half of this mneh.needed
freight was placed on the pier, end went with
tbe waves of the ocean witbin view of the sol
diers, wbo, with fearful "eyes and shivering
forms, beheld this, to tbetn, tbe most melan
choly sight of all. About six o'clock this morn
ing the flood was at Its bight, and for two hours
Colonel Brown, of the Twentieth Indiana Reg
iment, and officers, were In great suspense. It
was very evident that a new Inlet below Fort
Clark had been made durine the nlirht. which
eunreiy out on taeir esoapej ana as tne waves
were rushing into Fort Clark bv six in the
morning, it was apparent that all must meet
with a watery grave if the water continned to
rise at the eame rate for two hours to come.
fortunately, tbe country was spared from hear
ing oi suuh horrible tidings as was momentari
ly threatening tbe lives of these loyal soldiers.
The storm began to abate by seven this morn
log, and by nine o'clock a narrow ridge of sand
beach was discovered above Foct Clark, wbich
was bailed with wild delight by the Twentieth
Indiana Regiment, wbo, but a few minutes be
fore, were making preparations to save them
selves, If possible, from a fearful fate. By noon
the tide hi.d gone down, and left Quite a liula
pot for tbe balf-drowned and exhausted met
to wain upon and bnild soma oamp-flres, whioh
enabled tuem to cook a scant meal from what
few fragments ot provisions bad been rescued
from tbe water. What a sight t j behold I All
was devastation snd ruin; tbe entire camp was
made desolate. Several feet of sand are taken
from tbe surface of the Island, leavintr It la
such a condition that It Is sore to bs under water
ss often aa tbe tide comes op.
.Between r ort tviam and Hatteras, a new in
let, some six feet deep, was formed thronzh the
night, and now il la a vast sheet of water be
tween tbe two forts. Fort Hatteras now stands
isolated from tbe land, and will be swept entire
ly away in the next severe storm, its sand walls
having already Commeooed to crnmble. In fact
it is ibonght that tbe next great storm (whioh
Is liable to visit this region at any day) will
lsvel both forts, Clark and Hatteraa. I under.
ttwd that the Confederates only built them for
summer use, expeoting they would be swept
away before spring, wbich accounts for vslug
the cheap material (sand and turf) with wbich
these forts are constructed. This aweenin-
flood makes good the predictions of the Con-
lederates, when we took possession of this
treacherous and mysterious peninsula. Thev
said we wonld bs glad to abandon Hatteras Isl
and when ths winter storms wme. - It has bees
said all along by onr most experienced military
men, that a land ferae on Hatteras Island was
sotirely unnecessary, that a small fleet would
effrotnally guard tbe Inlet.
Camp Wool (where the Ninth New York
Volunteers are quartered), some three miles
above Fort Hatteras, was also much damaged
by this storm. Tbeir large hospital, some sixty
by forty feet, was earried away; tbe aick, bow
ever, were saved. They lost nearly all tbeir
provisions, sod many other stores Camp Bai
ley, seven miles np the island, wbsre Captain
Bailty, with a portion of the Indiana Regiment,
ie stationed, has, I learn, escaped with bnt lit
tle loss, they being on a higher point of land,
which la strongly fortified. 8lx companle of
this regiment left Fort Clara, to day for'Camp
Bailey, leaving; only tbree com pin I es at Fort
Clark, who, I learn, will also abtndon thia di
lapidated and orumbling fortification on the mor
row, and doubtless they will be followed soon by
uw regular uui eiswunea Bi ror. naiieras.
Camo Ballev. or Fort Bailer, ie the beat nlaea
on the Island to maks a stand ahd resist an at
tack from the enemy, which is now moment
arily expected. I do not believe that aa army
of twenty thousand could asail this position
wttnany nopes ot success, tne Uonlederates
bare been making ready all along to give us
battle aa soon as tbe winter storms came to tbeir
assistance. They have been concentrating near
ly all their forces in tbe State on Roanoke Is
land, some fifty miles above us, al ths head of
this island, with this Intention. . In ease of an
attaok we shall be assisted by our fleet, which
wilt oe aoie to command tne ocean aide of the
island, while the Confederates will, with tkelr
small fleet of gunboata, command the Sound,
we having no gunboats whioh can enter the
Boond, end you may expect to hearlaooo that a
great battle has bsen fought on tbe Island of
Hatteraa. , , - .... .
The Twentieth Indiana Regiment are cer
tainly to a very destitute condition, so far as
clothing it concerned..- This is the second at
tempt Government has mad, since this regi
ment came to Hatteras, to supply tbem with
clothe- About four weeks since their new
overcoats were all taken with the tne Fannv.
They had been Toffering long and roach for
them. Now half ot theU aew blanketa, ahirts
and socks ha eooa ewspt away by tbe flood
before they were delivered, They have only
one, shltt : eaoh ti their basks and jammer
.)! 0a! Mtrilfi ?! Jf.f.':i!.Nrl -.n I.'
salt, furnished them by tbeir . But when first
-vru into toe eerfioe or tbe (iovetnmeat
aaey ar oongtd te go to bed lo tbeir wet
eiuwee, waica are Id tbe most filthy condition
possible, not having bsen able to wash a gar
ment for tbe want of a change. It Is certainly
the most melancholy light f bav beheld aiooe
?i?iT".k ont The prospect are that they
Will tb. In haU... - 1 , . r .
.u jiHr couaitioo tois winter 14 tny
remain Km. . rru. , .
.f. . y. , " m a i.r more drs
II tot Condition. BO far aa p.lnthM ... I
baa the poor lohablttnt on tbi talaod. who
aeni ioMr worthy Ubap'alo.eter N. M.
1 JJlor, to Ibe North to obtain succor for tbem.
uw poor Destitute people on tbe Island (wbo
IiW to L,h,rS th,lr dUapld.ted
clothing, which they need ao mocb. with tbe
1 wetitie.n Indiana Rinani
siwjd urroBFini limaa FAatfoava aiHai. a. .
' 'h condition of these patrlotio soldier from
Indiana than these starving and half naked
Islanders. . ... , ,, .
Tbe neok of land wher the new llchihr.,..
WSa to be erected, baa been sra.h.H.... Th.
schooner Bell, Csptain J Q. Adams, arrived
Here Sbms few weeks since, with all tbe mate-
i-iaiB seauy maue lor tbla ligbtbonse, wbloh I
UDdef tbe supervision ol J. Martin Pole. a
skillful mechmio, and a prominent and woitb?
- ... . i.aiiugwo, aveiaware, whose loy
alty none will qoesMon. .
A Confederate fleet of small guoboaU, seven
In Dumber, made their .nn(.,.n..t,. , a.-
doubtless with ths Intention of w.mhin
. w r w wMv vaw bjuuu auu ra w.
movements. One of tbe number oame witbin
tbiee miles ot Fort H-utera. and nit.. .h.n.
In tbe dliection of our fleet, and iben let too qulok
tins. Tblg g an every-day occufieoc ou lb
put of the rebel boatr. who are dnnhil. ..ih.
log tbeir obanoes to sink. 1 hate t.k.n r.in.a
it.kA.J,t...i . n if .
u v.ru u euHovucr sal, in order to W It Ibis
letter, oeiring a more teady position than s
floating shanty oan afford. Tbe Twentieth
Indiana Kegiment will ail be looated at Fort
oiney oy th f b Inst.; where II Is tbonght the
water from the ooean can notdistnrb tbem. No
live nave oeen lost by this flood, though thou
sands were threatened.
Interesting form Hatteras Inlet. HATTERAS INLET, Nov. 2, 1861. How the Rebels Try to Got Arms.
.A few dT BR Person doing busioea in
this city, but not in tbe arma'bnain. tied hi.
borse near tbe door of aa arms and ammonidon
store, walked Into the store, and asked tbe price
v. uurviuuieut percussion caps. ,.
Answer. "One dollar per thousand."
"Can't I buy them any cheaper down East 7"
"Tell me, candidly, what is your opinion
about a speculation. I otn get three dollars
per thousand for cape delivered in Havana, and
you know from tbe nature of my buslnese, it
will be very easy for me to ship them. What
doyonthiokT Would you go InT"
'No, I would not.'
"The risk wonld be too great,"
"I should be obliged to get a permit from
tbe chief of police to deliver you a million per
cussion caps; an escort would be detailed to en
with those caps from here to your plnoe of bnsi-
ucas. i uey snow you ao not deal In percnsiion
caps, and your store would thenceforth be
"Would this also be done if I bought the
csps down EaatT"
"Suppose I was csnght, what would bo the
"Not very severe. Only your property wonld
be confiscated, you would be sent to Fori Lafay
etteand perhaps you would be bung ior if ea
son." "Tbe risk is too great Il won't pay."
A few evenings after this a person aged
about thirty-five years, and wearing tbe uni
form of a United States naval officer, came
Into the tame store. Tbe time was near
daek. He requested to see a price-list of
arms, stating that he wished to purchase arms
for the use of the Spanish government in
The reply was that he could cot have it
'Because it cannot be needed for any honest
The stranger was quite Indignant at this, and
asked what warrant tbe dealer had for saylog
this. ' 6
"Because the Spanish government is very
well aware that arms and ammaultion are a
hundred per cent, dearer in tbe United States
now than In Europe ind it has no such press
ing need of arms In Cuba tbat It should pay
double prices here when It can send to Europe
My advice to you la, If you wish to keep ont ol
trouble, not to make this inquiry of anotbet
"Sir, I can bring letters irom the highest au
thorities in Washington to show wbo 1 am, and
that lama true man "
"Il will do you no good. O.bers have had
such letters, aud have been caught trying to
smuggle arms across tbe Potomao ooncealed
In a oargo ot hay. Tbe bigbest authorities are
Alter tbis conversation the "naval officer"
walked off. It may be as well to add tbat
tbe police are on the track of persons wbo
are engaged in attempts of the kind above
recited, and that' tbeir hope of escaping de
New York Evening
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ibe re ar bond reds of ladies and geatlaman In Bew
ora who bav Dad their hair restored by th as of thle
lovigorator, when all ether preparations have puled, t,.
A. lias in bis possession letter, utoameraoie Ueurylnr
to the above facta, from seraon ef tbe highest reuseeu
stllty. It will eSectually prevent the hair from iurauu
aaul th latest period ot 111; and la ease where rhe hair
use already (hanged its color, the oat ef the i-ni-e eater
wulwllhoenaiovy restore It to It to let ongual hue, giv
uig It a dark, gloaay appearance. - Ar a perfaaae for the
tuile t aud a tlir BeetoraUv it I part to. airly reoom
mended, having an agreeable (rag ran oe; and tee great ra
eilitie It alord tn dressing the hair, which, whea Betat
with th lovigorator, can be dressed la any required
form ao aa to preserve Ita place, whether plainer In carl
nonce tb great demand for it by te ladies aetaadard
toilet article which uone ought to be wlihoatu tbe price
piece it within th reach ol all. being - -
Only Twenty-Firs Cents 5 ? r
per bottle, to be had at au reapec table Drngglats aad
Ii. KTXLBB would call th attention of Parents' aad
lluardian te the uee of hi Inrigoator, la where
the children's hair Incline to be wea- Th ace ef II
lay th foundation for aaoodAeoot of hotr, a at re
moves any kapuriae that nay hare bannn naaneoted
with the scalp, the removal ef which la auesary oih
for the health of the child, aad tbe future appaaraaet ef
ItaHair. ...... , . ,
Caonoa. None gen nine without th fac-amll lATJia
UILLKB being on the outer wrapperi also, i. MIL
LBa't) UA1A INTIOOBAIOB, Si, Y.r Blows, ta the
glass. - -
Wboleeah) Depot, SB Day (tree, and sold by all th
principal atefchaou and Druggisla throagheat the world
iilbentl diMouut to purchasers by tne ejuantlty . "
I also deelre to present to th Amerleaa Pubfi iny
RKW AJTO DtTBOVIO ' IHSTaITTAbTSOVs
LIQUID HAIR DYE,-''
which, after rears of eclentiOs xperiaunttng, I bav
brought to perfection. It dM Black or Brown instantly
eiihuuilnjury te the Balr or balal warranted the beet
artiol of th kind In (xuHanc.
. PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS.; ,-
Depot, 56 Dey 8t, New or
HO 89 BOOTH HIOH BTRUT, J i
ji r jk v uov,",,o rybE ti tii-"
I.OOO yard Saner Ptaia Black BUkt SI 81 Oe)la
81 88 per yard. . v.it u hswfv
8,300 yard Traveling Dree aad alaaU Oe
IB 18 ceDts valae frj een.) par yard.. 7
8,000 yards" Whit BrlUiantas' at 111 .a otat
valaa 80 ont perjard. " ' ' ' " 1.
J,00 yard Fib end DoaU Qlagbaaif greatly Jin
4r value. .....j .VPW- -inaanlMtliia
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LARGE AND DBSIRA8LS L0Tiu6h
M0Z1MBIQTJEB. BALZOXIBZl,' ' lu
CHAUIS, FTJULaED 80X8, ti r-, '
M f i EyonsH BAjKQxi,ximiju,
- AND ALL OTHCnn T
NW smd Faahlonabla Dwm'Go6l
la the ae4 dMirable tyls aad al vary seVet Srtsoa.
Of aU materiaU, mad In th mostsryiuh aMtnner ni
th latett Paris Fashions the aaoat alegant style
dty. ' ' - - 1 t. - 1 . ,w. "- .. J
c V. uo t.-!,1:..PAI18.Aj SJOSg
,.avg 8. ;, . Ba.. 88 8wtth nijjh etmt .
Vf AL ESB dk TRKElO LACK KITTfl
aU ef elegaat , titles for Udlast abm SUwr' Mj
great aut Baim A
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