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D AILY. TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY
; ; . . ,. , " '
3J MAMYPENNY & MILLER,
i0BLI8II)BS AHD PBOPBIKXOBS,
iLT Office Ho. 88, 81 and ,40, JTorth High et
TEEMS INVARIABLY IN AD VAN 01.
- ' $8 00 Mtnu
M-Weekly . . . j 5o p.r y.ar.
r Weekly t . - , . , . i 00
' Serins of Advertising by the Squat-.
n square 1 iu...i20 nn
One iquar 3 weeks. ,$t 00
On 8 week.. 3 00
One- " 1 nak... l n
0ns " woi.ths It) oo
in '.' 0 months IS 00
n " 3 month! 10 00
On. '- months 8 00
"1 month. S 00
On Sdays... 1 00
One 9 days... 75
On i -1 Insertion 60
btsphued adverUsim.ntj half ItAM ih.fl th ihwa
. Adrertisomodls leaded and" placed In' th column of
iSoeclarNotlo.," aUmbl th orMmiriratM. "
. All notice! require to be published by law, legal rate.
. I'orderedon the Inside exclusively after the first week
per eon;, more than th aboTe rates; bat all nob wil
?lear In the Trl-Weekly without charge.
Business Card, not sxeeedlng Br Unci, Ml yor, la
lie, 5uperllne; outelde'.l, '
, Notlocsof meeting!, oharitebles ectetiee, fir companies,
v ate., half price, . , r
AU tranttnt advtrHttmmU mutt b paid for in
iftMK Tie rule will not be Tarted from.
Weekly, eame prloeuthe Dally, where the advertiser
leith Weekly alone. Where 'ho Sally and Weekly
are both used, then the charge forth Weekly will be
, l f the rate of the Duly li-.v .... 1-. .- j "
1 Bo advertisement taken except for a deSnlt period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
. catTonia rtxa.
snara ohittkibui.
FINE & CHITTENDEN,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW, .
. 2Q "Wall Btroet,
(Offices of Oily Judge,) .
NEW YORK.
Dob to
Hon, James Monoitef. N. T
Superior Court.
lion. H. B. Paine. Oleraland.
. O.
Hon. H H. Hunter, Lancaster, 0
noT2-6m
Attorney and Counsellor fit Law,
AND
- NOTARY PUBLIC, I
Omojn No. 57 man Biasir, odeon ffuitD
INO, oppoilte the State IIoum.
Collection! and other matter! promptly attended to.
Kifereooe given when requlntd. . .
aoffi-ly .. i
(Late of rhaloa'i EitablUoment, N. T.J
PKOPKIETOtt OF THE NE W YORK
fashionable 8haio(t, Hair Cutting, BUampoonlng
Curling and Sreulng Baloon, . .
South High St., over BainVa Store, 4
tir MtUtoctlon will be gWea In all th Tarloui
, braneb! , . , .
ityta"'' 0hlIir,n, Hair Drenlng don la the but
p13dly i i i . '
CALT HOUSE,
No. 178 Horth High Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
THIS HOTEL IS BUT ONE 4 FID A
X BALf BQUAKKs from the Depot, and penoni ar
ririDg or wishing to take pauage on any of Hi train!,
wi'l Had the Oalt iloni decidedly a conrenlent itp
ping place. . '
; raNenger waked Bp at all henn of the night for any
of the train. '
Term! moderate, to lult the tlmei. .
oct2S
NATIONAL HOTEL,
NEAR UNION DSPOli
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
sc. nia-s-KroxAODo.
TEEMS...
octS3-3o
ONE COLLAR PER DAY.
" - F. A. B. SDIKDIS,
Attorney txt Zjctw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
05oe Aabo Balldlag, oppoiit Capitol 8qaar.
00LCUBU8, OHIO,
A- OSBOHN13,
;i Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
'W. : marion; ohio.
M. C. LILLEY
.BOOK T"tT M PBH
i ?! Aad' 'Biank'Book7 Kanoianttu'er,
NORTH HieB 8TBXET, OOLUKBIIg, OHIO
aurll-dl. ' y - ,
i .EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Vomer Sprlnir Water Sta.,
W. B.; POTTS & CO.,
Ud Mtn facto re ri of krmn and OompoilUon OmUdm
rlniahawl rlrasa TX'.L. A .11 n -rai .
jrinlshed Rras Work of all Descriptions.
Electro -Plating .and - gilding !
nt STENCIL CUTTINC, AC.
tbl Ul-dly ,
.cilplinljns Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO..
"com;
'.MERCHANTS,
IUPORTKRB AND DEALERS IN '
j, , Foreign and Bomeitio Wines, Brandies,
' , ' ai 9? i
Jt, vw -xiao, ---
' -MPLD RYEVittONONGAkELA i BOURBON
TaO:"-WHISKY. j
WAREHOUSE AND OfT ICE. SM SOUTH HIOB IT.
C01TJMBUS, OHIO. v'
aspUdlyl 'e'.1.';,'.,i'""'';f1
WM;'I.RESTpUX,
(BUC0E8SOS TO HoKEB Ik &ESTIEAUX)
. 106, South"-High jStroeV
i.-..'U.l..Jk BEAlEttlN "'"'""' '
C R OCE R I E 8, PR OD U C E
i IR 6 YJ 8 I.O.N 6
"1 Foreign and : Domestic Friuts.
-.j t ( ji.i.,.. ,.i,-ri ." avt t i
(F L Q y , ALT, JL IO.UOR Bj ET C.
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WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The lateetThe LargetThe Beit,
The Cheapeit Beoaue the Beit,
The itlost itoUabJ standard An
- thorltr mt th Eng-iuh UDfnai "
Blm BundrtS JCmPwtt Mhteator$ of Ohio,
"THE BEST ENaWSH DIOTIONABT EXTANT."
. . erary Mt WrywAer.
'Hi are upward! of t Hundred Thouaand Word,
whoa multlftu-iou meaning and derlTatlou, totetber
with their orrot nxUlng, and pronunalatlon ar olearly
t befor th ey.
Cincinnati Ommtralal.
Sadt4ltaUloni of th Mmbtn ofiU OMoBtatt
r - . , liacitr'i AnoolMon. . ,
Th adderilfrntd, member of th Ohio Stat Tacbn'
.AawolatloD, adopt and aba toaaeln teaching, wrlUnC
and rpeakin', tit orthography and pronunoUUoa of
woroeeter' Royal Quarto Dictionary, and w mot Of.
dlally recommend It ai the moat reliable atandard au
thority of the EoglUh laoguag. a It I sow written and
pokes. I . - , i
tun Ajtmiwi, PrMldent Krayon College.
M. D. Lawrrr, Baprlntendnt Zuerrille School!.
Thoi. W. Habtit, Bnp't Iduel Ion Union School!.
, M. I. Oownaat, Sup't Publlo Bobeola, Sanduaky.: '
Jon Ltkcb, Bap't Publlo School, Clrotevlllo.
lAirreaB, Principal Olaralasd lemai Stmliia-
T-
Wat. HiTcamx, Bnp't PabUe Bcaooli, Hi. Union.
Joaii Oesn, Principal Btat Normal School, ktlnna
tota. One Nam, Prtnetpal Vonrth Intermedial School,
Oloctaoatl. . . r ...
H. 8. BfaaTM, Bnp't Canton Union School!.
Bbwii kawat. Principal UoNeely Normal School.
Xu T. Tairaa, Prof. Uatbematioa, Ohio Unlrerilty.
Wm. W. RawiRM, Bnp't Troy Union School.
A. a. Horxun, Principal Weet High Bohool, Cier
land.
8. A. NoftTOH, Aitoclal Principal High School, Cleve
land. ' i '
TuaoDORi 8-muKo, Principal High Bohool, Cler
land.
E. r. HonirroK, Principal Cleveland Initltut.
J. A. eaaruon, Pruldant of Eleotio Initltut, Hi
ram. W. L. naajtii, Prof, of Chemlitry, Ohio Weileyaa
UnlTrity.
H. H. Baamr, Ex Oemmunioner of Common School!,
Ohio.
Jaaa Momtot, prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College.
Taoe. Hill, President Antlooh Oolleg.
0. W. H. CiTBauiT, Prof. MaUiemaUc, High
School, Dayton.
S. O. CaoMiiOoa, Prof, language, High School,
Dayton.
8. M. BaMb, Sup't Union School!, Aahland.
Mor Via Sim Bundrti otXtr Frttldmts of Coll.
tort, hoot tndorHd thi abov tmtinmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
tfuttBTTi Ooumi "It la truly a magnificent work,
an honor to th author, the pubUiher!,and th whole
ountry." Praaldent Andrew.
Ohio W hut ax UaivxaiiTi ."'It axceed my xpecta
Hon. It will be my gold In orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be eoniulted by m for It neat
and aoenrat deflnltioni." President Ihompaon.
W. K. laacnc Ootxaei. "Heretofore we hive need
Webeter'i orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Vaonlty.tt wa decided to change It to conform to that
of Woroeeter' Royal Quarto Dictionary." Preildout
Garfield. . .
WimM Bnxava Ooixto. 't And it worthy of
eordlal approbauoa.' President Hltoouock. .
Oaamux CoLuei. "It mora than meet my expecta
tion. I recommend It a th itandard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my puplli." President
Morgan.
Aim oca OoLuea. "I adopt and aim to In teach
ing, wrltlngand apeaklng, th orthography and pronun
ciation of Woroeatn' Boyal Qnarlo DloUoDry."
President Hill. ,
''in all my writing, rpeaklng.and teaching, I bar en
deavored to conform to th role (or orthography and
pronunciation a contained In Worceitr ' Dictionary."
Horace atann, late Pmldent.
K jrroa Couxea, Qinm. "I moit cordially recora
mond It a Lb most reliable itandard authority of the
English language a It la now written and spoken."
President Andrew. ,
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Em. Anton Smyth, OommUHontr q Common
SehooU in- Ohio.
"Th Dictionary Is an tmperlahable monument to th
learning and industry of It anther, and an honor to th
world of letter. Th mechanical execution is far supe
rior to that of an other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted."
Irom Eon. B. B. Banuy. BCommitrtoner ct
Bobool tn OMo.
"The most reliabl itandard authority of the ian-
laaKa.' :
WHAT Til
Leadine Newspaper! of OMo Bay.
from IK CltUudtBeral& of JTarcASS.
Th orthography of th Woroeiter Dictionary Is that
J I . I . . .1. la .1.1a
usra oy nm, 11 nut iuuivii vi u iuu.i uu w
country and England, and conform! bp th general usage
of ordinary writer and speaker.
Whatmr prejudice may have existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation or it great menu, ana a aesir
to add It to the wall selected library, be It large or small,
Itlaalibrer inltaelf. and will remain an Imperisha
ble record of the learning of it compiler.
IrvmlA Olnoinnatl Ommtrtial of J.prtt SO.
Here are onwards of a hundred thousand word good,
bad and Indifferent who tuultifirtoua meaning and
derivations, together with their coireol ipelllng and pro
nunciation, are et Clear ly peiore me eye. ino won is
unquestionably th greatest Thesaurus of English Word
vr published. j ,
irom th OUmland PlaimUaltr QfStpt. 80, 1868.
Evidently WoRcorm' Borat Qoaaro Dionoruar i
not only th latt, but thtnvorkoftKktndmiri.
euexl, andean by no possibility suffer by oompsrison or
controversy. i-
Prom th 7iitdo Blad of May 29.
A to raoRcitouTiox. Woaomta is th Stahdim
followed by our best authors; In definition he leaves
nothing to be desired, and in OaTnoeRarar it is sufficient
to say that woaoawnta oan D aaieiy followed.
. inOHARI etc BBAOO,
s?nbllakera, Bookaeller 4c Stationer,
NO. 191 8UPERI0B ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
rnaiB
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT -
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of
, Wowarts., Wa T-
DlTldn .Tannarr Is 180148 Per Cent.
ASSETS
)
$3,81xM 50.
tatctuaat January
It 1861, ,
.....83,405,561 S9
Balance, per statement Jan. lit, IBM
iieoeivea lor rremtum our
lug th sear InrO .-..8783,093 SJ
Beoeived for interest during
th yar 160 U,0U 19
Total reoatpt for 18G0.... 1977,007 74
Paid Claim by Deeth,S87,05Q 00
Paid Policlci surren
dered 41,111 89
Paid Salaries, Pott-. .
age. Taxes, Ex- v
change, eto Sl.CSO M
Paid Commissions to
Agent 31,32 30
Paid Physicians' lee. S.Ofit! '5. - "
Paid Annuities.. 1,117 00
Paid Dividend duf
Isg th year 100,900 75 305,001 83
411,971 14
- Nt Balance January 1st! l8ai'. ........ 3,819,558 SO
ASSETS.
Oath oa band....,,....
tQ.mt 19
Bonds and Mortgages on Boal '
state, worm double the - '
amount loaned 8,327,841 68
Premium Notes, en Pollclei
. In fore, only drawing 0 per -v
tent, interest. J,879,!M IT
Real Estate 90,B9a 87. v
Loans on Scrip 1,93144
Premium, Note and Cash, In
ourttof transmission.... 43,311 73
Total AtMbj.,
83.819,358 SO
T,8T5PoIlole In force, Iniuring. 895,490, S88
1,435 new Policies have been Usaed during the year.
After a careful calculation of th present value of th
outstanding Poltclesof th Company, and having tn
neiiary amount to reserve therefor, th Director
have declared a Divrtwr of ej per cent, oa th Preml
mi said at th tabl rates, to all pollcie tor life tn fore.
issned prior to January 1, 1S60, payabl soooriilng to th
present ml of th Company.
Bate for all kinds of Lit Contingencies, Proepeet
ses, Statements, and Applieallons, will b furnished
wiTaooT cBsaua, at th Olho or Agenoies of the Com
pany. B0BT. I. PATTERSON, PrMldent.
-.-O L.O.GU0VKIl,VlcPrildnt .
. .B1NJ. 0. MILLER, Secretary.
. . . m, h, UEESOIf , Afnt.
V . - , Mo. 4 Johnaoa Block,
t MMS8,.l81.r:T .... tn ,. , OolambB,0. ,
TJI AIN AND riODBEir BLACK
A DKNBI 8ILEt f erarv grade. Ib meet Mleet
aiwrtDBt la w city, and at most laaeo ruble rate. .-
BAIN s SON, v
aprlll N.HS(reUBIghrtnw i
OOLUMBUO
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tbe Heat Artificial ffelp to tUe
Human tj )Tr laTcmtod.
JOSEPH 8. PESIET,
PRACTICAL At SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEP ' THE - LARGEST ' ASSORT.
mnt of th moat improved kinds of Boectacle.
All hli Glass, whether for near or far-sighted, art
ground In eoncav coo vex form with th rrestest car.
so a to suit th lyes of all cases, curing Weaknea
Diulnesi or Inflammation of the Byes, and Imparling
trangth for loog reading or 8n swln.
Offlo. 13 Bait But street, at Beluer A WtbaUr'i
saosic store. .
augXIy
C AH AM AH ft UHTTED STATES MAIL
r ; BTEAMEBS
TO AND k'HOn .
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebeo,
and''. ',
The Montreal Oeeaa Bteamebip Company's f Ttl ils
fnll-powsredOlyde-rmllt Steamers sail ererr Mat
nrday from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and
United SUtes llall and passenger.
NORWEGIAN. . NORTH AMERICAN,
BUtJCHlAN, - ANGLO-SAXON,
NOHTH BRITON, HIBKRNIAN,
. CANADIAN, . NOVABCOTIAN.
Sborteat, Cbeapost andigalckcat Con.
viyaao gram
AUXBICA TO ALL FASTS OF ZITB0FZ.
Bate ot Faaaase to Kuropo.
830, QQQ. 930.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL orerr Wedneeday,
and from QUEBBO owory Haturday, calling at
LOND0NDERRT, to receive on boaraand land Ualliand
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
ILplhee Steamer! ar built of Iron, In watertight
compartments, earry'each an experienced Burgeon, and
very attention la paid to th comfort and accommoda
tion of peiigra. A they proceed direct to LONDON
DERT, treat risk and delay of calling at St. John's
is avoidant
Glasgow passenger! ar furnished with ran pwg
tlokets to and from Londonderry.
Return tloket granted at reduoed rat.
OertlOoate Issued for camloi to and brlnrlniont naa.
anger from all th principal town of Great Britain and
Inland, at reduced rates, by this lint of steamers, and
by th WASHINGTON LINE Of BAILING PAUKBTS,
BOBBTIalg aUVf;tvvi Wimrj WVVene
Sight Draft far and upward pay-
. .am Ki-aaj .tauva. iiuiuuu, Q)COt
land ar Ualoa. '
for psMHg, apply at a Office. S3 RKVAiU
WAV, New York, and 19 WATfcit, fT..
I.lrerpool,
SAB EX a SXAE1S, Oanerai Agouti,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
nolO-lydaw Pest Office, Columbus. Ohio.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OLUO,
nannfactnrera of all kind af Pot
table and MtBttionary Steam En
Bines, taw Plllla, Urlat Jililla,
Ac, Ac.
lABZd BOD LSI StaUnl B. I. BLAND TBeatml
J.ttJ. B. DWALL Btatmlll COLUMBUS
' UACBUn CO. BtattnUll BRA.D1QRD
et CO. Batnl lilt
Our Portable- luglna and Saw Mill
Wm airarded th first premium of 850 at the Indian
Btat fair for lCO over Lane ABodley'i on acoonntol
Price, lightness, ts.mplic.ty, eoonom? of fuel
and laperior charaoter of lumber sawetl.
Our Stationary Inrinewai awarded at th tarn Pali
th first premium of ISO0.
Our Portable Engine was awaided the first premluo ol
81U0 at the Fair at Memphis. Term., over Blandy' Du
vail', Oolumbos Machine Co1., and Bradford Jr. Co',
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
for price ana terms address
WILLARD WARNER, Treasurer,
decS-dfcwlyo(i. Newark, Ohio
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REMOTES AND PREVENTS I N
nammation and naiu. and heala the worst bum.
scald, bruise, out or fresh wound of auv kind, nrevent
welling and pain from be stings, mosquito bites, and
poisonous piant, neuralgia, rneumatism, ague In toe
breast, (alt rhntm, to. When taken Internally, It will
positively cure oroup In children, and give immediate
reiiei tn me worn case or mil tern til complaint) also,
remove hoarsen! and sore throat. Frio. 85 eenti
bottl. ' Should be In r Ijhousa. ' Por rale by Drug
gilt and BtoreWpr. , ,t . IRV1N 8T0NB,
Boie rropriewr, a nprncest ,n xork
roe(4dfcwlyl --
' No real luetic can be done the abov b reparation
but by procuring and reading descrlptlvpamphlets4
be found with all dealer, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand, formula and Trial Bottle tent to Physl
tans, who trill find devtlonti In both worthy th,tr
accsptanc and approval. .
uorresponaano scuoiwa nromsu wnoe necessities or
curiosity prompt to a trial of th above reliable Heme
die.
for sal by the usual who!! and retail dealer
vtrywhtr. '
JOHN L, HUNNEWE1X. Praprleto
. . ! Oattatiar AND PHaAM AOEOTIST, .
Vo. 9 Comnurelal Wlarf, Bo ton, Hats.
' Bobtrtf A Samuel, N. B. Maiple, I. R. Cook, J. M
Dsnlg, O. Denig a Sons, A-J. Bohueller A Son, Agent
tor Columbus, Ohio. , , - .. myl-dly
Baltimore Clothing House,
IT TfsSaO c5 XIXaTJIVI.
(- Aaiiofit7nium
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
. No. 808 W. Baltimore-street
(Barwaaa atasaTf Am owam,) '
BALTIMORE, Md
A Ltrjt Aisortmint of Piece itad TBrnlthlDi
' Goods Constantly on Hand' . .-
OcfflOJly , '.
ladles' linen Pocket-Eandk'fs.
HEMMED 8TITOHED LINEN HAND
kerchief!, very wide hems. ... .
Embroidered Linen Handk'a all price. "
BemmM8tltchedand plain do, do
do do eolored'borderi. - j
Mourning do buck border
go 'do Mwaiyleeroatitttohad.! , .
Pine Apple do ' " new pattern.
BlUWPlaIn and Hemmed Stltehed do all price. -'
Comprising th moit Mltot tawrtaant In th city and
at lowest prices. . BAIN ft BON,
Mm.. . Ho. 9 South High SUeet.
new noop skiut. . J
TIATTM ct DON,
" ' Wo. 89, SOUTH nOB STREET. J
- Have lust received new auk f HOOP SKIRTS
jlahdkaauuarBW taperior to any yet la trod seed
0,.k wi ". v: n. . . ,
N DTJItABILTTT AND GRACEFULNESS.
ma 81,
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
Dayton ft Indianapolis!
"' ' ' ' ' ' s-agejaja
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Can,
and but One Change of Carl between i
" - Colambue and St. Louis.
- -'i- t - - - i ,-..! .
On ami After Monday, November
. . J; 1. . . , ' ,, , :V
Four Trains Dail'from Columbu3.
,'; fjrst train.
NIGHT EXPRESS, via Dsvton. at a
. to
at lyonoon, Aenia, Dayton, Hladletowa and Hamilton.
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m. 1 and at Dayton at
1:06a. m. Oonneeting at Cincinnati lor Louisville, Vln.
oennee, St. Louli. nd all point Boathwwt) arriving
at St. Louli at UAU to. art eonneotlng at Dayton for
Indianapolis, Lafayette. Terr Haute,. Cbleaso, and all
point 1
rit arrlrlrg at Indianapolis at 10:40 a.
SECOND TRAIN.
t-r'i
AOOOMMODATION atlAOa. m., (topping at all.-
Don Between Uelwabn. Olnclanatl and Dsyton, ar
nvtni at Olnclnuatl at in :i a. m. nrf t n.tnn .t
8:38 a. m j ennnectlrg at Cincinnati with Hail Lln
Steamboats for Louisville, and at Dayton for Indlanap.
olU and th West. "
THIRD TRAIN.
EXPRESS at 1:55 D. 8100010 at JeftVnnn. I.nn.
don. Charleston, Xenla, Oorwln, Morrow, Bo. Lebanon,
foster', Loveland and at ilford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 6:43 p. a., at Dayton at 8 p. m. oonneotln at Olo
with tbe Ohio and Mississippi Train for Ltmbjvlll, Tin.
ceones., St. Louis, eto., etc, arriving at St. Louis at
10: 4S a. m oonneeting at Dayton for Indianapolis, La
faystte, Terre Haute, Chicago and aU point West.
FQURTH TRAIN.
Af AIL at 4 p. m . stonnlnr at all station! hataeen
Oolumbm and Oinolnnall; arriving at Cincinnati at :
p. m.
It r for farther information and Thrnnsh Ticket..
apply to li. L. D0QERTV, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
Columbus. r
P. W. BTBADER,
Oentral Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JN0. W. DOHERT7,
Agent, Columbus,
E.W.WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Oolombui, Not. 10, 1881.
1861.
1861. EAST.
1861. EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
CONNECTING AT PITTSBURGH WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
UNITED.
OPFM thi
Shortest, Quickest and Moat Dudra-
via mouta te alt fcaatern Clllea.
Trains Leave Columbus as follows:
via itLuntt.
via nxoBtirviLLr.
raornlnp; Express.
rarr lint,
3:20.P. M. 4:00 A. M.- K M P. M.
aBBiva at BtuantB
11:15 P. U.
4:00 A.M.
10:18 A. M.
4:10 P. H.
8:10 A.M.
8 .80 A. M.
7:40 A. U.
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The Capture of the Rebel
Beaufort, S. C.
copy from this Netr Voik papers the fol
IowIuk graphlo sketches of tbs capture of the
reoei forte near Beaufort, 8. C., oa Thursday,
Njt. 7: '
THE ORDER OF BATTLE.
morning at nine o'clock the
nag ship Wabaeb signaled to form In tbe order
of battle. Tbe flag ebip led the main column
and the Bienville tbe etarboard column, baviog
ber position on tbe PutqnebannVs starboard
quarter and malatalolug U during tbe entire
aotloo. - The; were drawn ns in toe tollowinf
order; : -r.- : . . ,
Mailt column,
Wabah,, ,1 ,
Surquebanua, .
Mubicuo, ,
Seminole, 1
Pawnee,
Uuadllla, '
Starboard column,
Bienville,
. Seneca,
Curlew,
.. Penguin, '
Ottawa,
Veodalia.
xeouiuin. ...
. Tbe aAangement of tae ships was work of
speedy accomplishment. They presented a no
ble and magnificent spectacle. It was apparent
to all that tbe great mission upon which we had
been tent was now about to be undertaken in
hearty earnest. Every heart beat bigb with
hope, though most well knew that tbo forti and
batteries of tbe enemy about ta be attacked had
been ereotcd uudar the guidance of enlarged
military experience and practical skill, and tnat
behind those distant ramparts, now to obscurely
vutlble, were men wboie nombera were un
known, and who, it was confidently supposed,
would defend tbe soil especially that of Bomb
Carolina, the State that had taken tbe lead in
tbe rebellion, with deeperate and unyielding
courage, and if need be, their llte's blood.
Meantime the transport lay outside, await
log proper opportunity to land their troops.
COMMENCEMENT OF THE ENGAGEMENT.
The ships made the entrance of the Port
Royal channel. At tbe point between tbe forte
It Is twenty-five hundred yards wide. As tbe
fleet moved op tbe rebel batteries on both sides
of tbe river opened fire on the bead of tbe col
umn, with beavy guns of long range.
At ten minutes past ten tbe Wabash fired
simultaneously on both Forts Walker and Beau
regard, sending a broadside at eaob. Each vol
ley tell in front of the batteries, and plowed up
tbe oacd furiously.
Tbe whole fleet immediately joined in the
engagement, and broadside after broadside was
fired in quick succession. Ia five minutes tbo
ec'lon became general along tbe whole line. -Tbe
scene was one terribly grand and exciting.
No words can describe it. So many ships aud
gunboats were never before employed in a naval
engagement on this continent. Tbe simultane
ous booming of tbe broadsides, tbe quick flash
log of the bclcbiug fires, the dense curling of
tbe masses of tmoko, accompanied by tbe wbiz
sing of the enemy balls over our beads, their
splashing on tbe water, and their destructive
teariog of our masts and sides, gave an impress
of dai ger, and the vastnee of tbe engagement
almost impossible to realize, much less accu
rately detail. Meantime, amid tbe roar of the
cannon could be beard the loud voices of com
mand, and as the smoke rolled upward on the
deck of each gunboat, could be eeen the men
arranging and sighting their guns, and every
where the most courageous and exciting activ
ity. Of course eager eyes looked toward tbe
forte and batteries of the enemy. It was known
that our firing must be producing terrible ef
fect. Looking through the marine classes, it
was easy to discern tbe havoc of our terrific
cannonading. We saw (tuna dismounted, and
bilge clouds of sand swept np by our shells as
mey airucav
REBEL STEAMERS PUT TO FLIGHT.
As our vessels were moving about In a cir
cuit, so as alternately to come within shot
range of the opposite forts on either side, three
rebel steamers appearetl in sight up the stream.
These steamers, as afterward proved, were part
of a tqoadron numbering eight vessels, noder
command of Commodore Tatnall, formerly of
tbe United Scat Navy. A few well directed
shots from some of our ships convinced tbem
that it was better to bead their prows in an op
posite direction, which they proceeded, in inglo
riout baste, to do. It was not long before tbe
dim outline of their retreating forms faded from
our view. 1
I may as well state In this connection, as per
tinent to the subject, that a letter was subse
quently discovered at Hilton Head, from Com
modore Tatnall to the garrison offloers declar
ing In very decisive and valorous terms that be
would defend tbem to tbe last or perish in tbe
attempt.
CIRCUIT OF THE CANNONADING FLEET.
The plan of ibe naval attack was arranged
with great skill. Three circuits of tbe obannel
were taken. At each oironit a broadside was
opened upon the Xort oppoeite. In tbis way the
whole foroe of the fleet was brought to bear
upon tbe enemy with Irresistible effect. Each
firing met wltn a prompt response. After the
first circuit the small gunboat took their posi
tions at discretion, choosing any point of at
tack which might appear to them more effect
ive. A number of tbem congregated in a
cove, Some diatanoe np the inlet, and command
ing a range of tbe rear of the forts. As the
rear of tbe forts was comparatively unpro
tected, an attack in tbis direction would havs
most deetruoilve effect upon the two garri
sons. . ' 1
The second circuit was only performed by the
W abash, Susquehanna and Bienville. I he Bien
ville, occupying: tbe bead of the starboard col
umn, was necessarily nearer each ol the forts
than either or the other ships.. . . . ;
DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE FIRING UPON THE
BIENVILLE.
At one time, when the Bienville was within
short range of Fort Walker, the whole fire ol
the fort was concentrated upon ber, and she was
struok in several places- One shot passed
through the ship juat forward of the foremast
between the upper decks, and through the wa
terline. : Another struck one of the forward
boatgavitaj the third hit the funnel, and the
fourth cut a snroua on. i ne most aestruotive
shot was one that, after etrlklng the water,
glanced and hit the forward division under tbe
bulwarks, ana, passing tnrougu a Beam a ioos
and a half thick, killed two men and wounded
two others. Tbs men were employed at one of
thogucs: ; ; ; , '".".
FIRST LANDING AT THE SCENES FOLLOWING
IT.
At twenty minutes of three o'clock a boat
the whale boat of the Wabash was Banned,
and. with a white flag firing over the bow and
Com. John Rodgers in tbe stern, started for the
shore. I can assure you that ever stroke of
the oars was watoued by thousands of anxious
neoole. She strikes tbe beach, tjaptaln Kodg
era. borne on the backs of true and trusty tars,
with the stars and Btripes noating over bis bead
and 8 large ensign, goes on ehore, and at three
o'olocK precisely tbe atarsaua Biripes. wave in
triumph ever soutn Carolina sou ana aaesertea
rebel battery. A glorious and brilliant naval
vlotorv has been won. All honor to the gallant
seamen of the United State Havtt A soon
as tbe good old flag was seen from on shipboard
(and I can state we bad tbe honor to see it
first from this ship), our boys gave nine rousing
cheers, and they were taken np from ship to
ship, and tbe bands saluted the flag with tbe
"Stay Spangled Banner," "Hall Columbia,"
eto. Never was such a soen beheld, and I
confess that my pen is not adequate to tbe
pleasure, aa well at the task, of describing It.
INSIDE FORT WALKER.
From ohe of the wounded rebels taken pris
oner at Fort Walker I gather some Interesting
,t..t.tia at tha conduct of the men during the
enragement. It was confidently asserted that
no vessel could Doaalbl naa th katiApIo .-.4
the General in oommaod bad promised hi men
that every Sbloehonld haannk a It n.ma nn.
and It Is certainly wonderful that we escaped with
v ..iie uamsge. ibe rebel -batteries were
served with great aotivity. Tbe great fault
was lu their firing too high. An incessant
i.C ,, . ,Dot Da h" rlDoa o'er us, but
w..u uttie or no effect. Tbe wounded rebel
. U V 00 ,lle flfi' olrcoi ro,,c1' lb Gsneral
told tbem that a number of tbo vessels must
iT 1 utilt' but ,0,n (hm emerge from
the clouds of smoke end pass on, he concluded
D"1 hoen disabled and were drawing
?, V ua mta ,nou8nt 'he victory was theirs.
Kerreshmeots were served, and obeers given
for the Southern Confederacy. Their conster
nation at seeing the W.bash again wind the
column and approach them was irratt hnt thw
sprang to their guns aud fought with despera
vm. ik'u sue congratulated tbemselvee
tbe vessels had drswn off dlsablad; hnt n ....
ing the Wabssh, tbe Bienville and the .Susque
hanna rounding up in gallant style fur the thud
time, apparently nn harmed, tbe panic was com
plete, ana tacy oroae ana nea in utter dismay.
FORTS AND SURROUNDINGS AFTER THE BATTLE.
On landing, the fortj were found to be utterly
deserted,' aud everything gave proof of tbo
headlong and otter confusion and baste with
which tbe rebels bad vacated their hard fought
positions. As epoimeos of military skill, both
term Walker and Beauregard are considered
by eld strmy offloers as tbe most skillful and
formidable earthworks they have ever seen.
Port Walker, on Hilton Head, is much tbs
heaviest, being a glgantio mass of earthworks
thrown up in angular walls, the corners being
protected by strong redoubts. In front of tbe
walls wa a deep trench, about ten or twelve
feet In width, likewise protected by an admir
able chniux dtfru of thick posts, six or eight
feet high, firmly set in tbe ground, about four
inches apart, pointing outward from tbe fort,
and sharpened at the end. With this encircling
rail 01 sharp stakes guarding a deep trenob,
which in turn was covered by the twenty-six
monster guns and columblads of the fort. It wa
doubtless Impregnable to tbe assaults of any
una lore ot loiantry. Both forts had proba
bly been ereoted for at least nine or ten months,
as tbe toll, where not rent by our terrlfiofire,
was firm and well eettled, and olothed In a lux
uriant mantle of grars. Tbe country around is
one of much beauty and fertility rising from
tbe sea gently, tbe ooast slooina off far Into tbe
ocean, making a Jong shallow spread of water.
A beautiful cotton field was near by, tbe balls
already bursted, and tbe long, white cotton bang
ing from tbem in the greatest profislon.
A Northerner, unaccustomed to the sight of
a field of ripe cotton, the scene presented me
was one 01 unrivaled maguincence and novelty.
It seemed as if a livinir mantle of anow had
rested upon a square of beautiful country, and
unuuiatea use toe yeuow grain in the gentle
windB. I passed alto over a floe patch of
sweet potatoes, which bore good evidonce ot
having grown thrifty and well by the fertile
sweat oi slaves. The proucd in every direc
tion was plowed into furrows and ritiges by onr
snens ana omit. The earthworks were honey
combed and torn into unsightly heaps, trees
shattered in every direction, and long lanes cut
through tbs pure white cotton field. The forts,
now deserted, except by tbe ghastly bodies of
tbe dead, bore witnese to tbe terrifio effect of
our fire, the long and unavailing defense main
tained by the rebels, and tbe rapidity with wbiob
they had quitted tbe works and fled when we
came fresh and determined as ever, to tbe third,
and, as it proved, the final engagement. At
Fort Walker only three gun were found dis
mounted. The rest remained in their places,
well aimed, and had been well served. They
were of immense size, carrying from 150 to ISO
pound balls, and rifled. Some of tbem, were of
old English manufacture, and others were prob
ably cast at Richmond. These were of rather
roukh exterior, but proved to be equal In utility
to tbe others. Tbey were already loaded when
we found them, and not one was spiked a fact
which evidenced tbe terror created by our Dual
oroaasiae.
SCENES OF THE REBEL FLIGHT.
The rebel Tatnall, who bad landed from his
musquito licet, and who bad assured his sub
ordinates that their position could not -be taken,
was amciiB the garrison of thirteen hundred
when tbey precipitately fled from their forts
and rati belter skelter over tbe South Carolina
soil back to the woods in the rear. He doubt
less thought that, whether or not "blood is
thicker than water," it is a bad thing to lose.
Tbe Exodean flight from Hilton Head baa not
been equalled by anything in the history of the
war, and although In truth the rebels fought
well and desperately until the last moment,
yet their running bears off the palm. And as
the terrified horde fled, the balls and shells
from the fleet continually soreamed around
and above and among them like very devils
00 tbe wing, and made many panio stricken
fugitive bite tbe dust. The whole of tbe
ground paseei over was soat ered with frag
ments 01 then, ana torn ana mangiea corpses.
Some with tbe head bait torn oil, some with
entrails spreading for yards around tbem, some
with mangled legs and arms, and with faces
distorted with pain and horror. Some lay
prone upon tbe ground, with backs toward th
enemy, and others struck dead while In peculiar
postures, ai if calling and motioning to others.
For two miles back In the woods dead bodies
were found of tbose killed by our shells. AU
the rebel wounded were taken off, but the dead
remained. In a massive bomb proof . in Fort
Walker was found tbe dead body of a Surgeon
Borst, formerly of the United States army. He
had doubtless retired to this place for safety,
and it indeed seemed secure, formed as it was
of massive walla and strengthened by great
beams of wood; a huge shell bad wbiazed into
tbe small room tbrougn toe small diagonal
aoerturet and struck a beavy piece of timber,
tearing away tne support ana lumoung aown
th walls abjut bis bea. A splinter irom tne
fractured beam struck him upon the head, kill-
Ins; bio instantly, lust as he baa thrown up bis
nanus to soeiier nimaeu irom toe tailing waua.
. . . . . , . . r . v. - 11. ,,
His watch was still keeping correct time m bis
pocket, when a Federal solaier pointed out the
rearlul tableau 01 aeatn. .
Fort Beauregard, on Bay Point, had been
silenced previously, and with less severe fight
ing. It bad sixteen guns of large caliber, gar
risoned bv five hundred men, wbo were soon
convinced that the "damned Yankees," as 'the
negroes reported tbem to call us, were more
than tbelr match. They ran la confusion, but
one bold fellow returned to tbe largest gun in
the fort and discharged it at as Tbe enormous
rifle ball flew with a tremendous soream over
tbe deck of the Bienville, and struck the after
oort of the Augusta, without, however, killing
any one. That shot was its last, for as It lelt
the niece the gun burst, killing the man wbo
fired it, and scattering missile all around. It
was a magnificent gun, and could not have
weighed less than sixteen hundred pounds
THE CONTRABAND ELEMENT.
As soon as the negro slaves observed us com
Ing on shore tbey flocked along tbe bonks in
great numbers, some bearing parcels and bun
tiles as ii expeotlog us to take tbem at once to
a home of freedom. Every variety of negro
and elsvewes represented. I say negro and
slave, for it Is a melancholy faot that some
slaves are apparently as whit aa their masters,
and as Intelligent. Darkles ol genius Congo
physiques, and darkies of the genuine chole
Tom pattern, darkies young; and jubilant, dar
kles middle aged, and eager, fend gray -b air ad,
solemn looking fellows. Some appeared mys
tified, and torn Intelligent. Th quardroon
and tbe octoroon, possessing an nndistlnguisha
hi tint of negro blood mingled, on drop with
seven of Southern nativity and ancient family,
formed, to speak mildly, an interesting scene.
A fat a the contraband article earn with
in reach, it was placed in tbe guard house, aa
old frame building behind Fort Walker. Hen
quite a collection was made. Tory were bad,
dling together, half in (ear and half in hope
when a naval omcer 01 tne meuvui imsw ,u
upon tbem asking, " Well, well, what are yaa all
aboutl" ' '-.
"Dai's Jeit what ws'd like to Had oul, matV,"
was th response.- , ' V . , -
The officer assured tnem tbat tncy would be
A&itntifc
lhrn.'.k,",y,0,n Perhaps foun wme
tbl"lto -d?J"i "ed not be alarmsd.
n J .(Mford, "tae'r." wa the reply.
On drawlnsr lh . T.T
Whoi Vt? g'' Ut Port Royal
wmkV ' S,,,1h Potion
V . Two slaves were found reooa
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th little boats coming np, dey lsffed as dsi
but when dey tee do big ehokerld4 vessel
comla', they laffed ot d dr sld. der neufs."
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