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Gen. Burnside's Expedition.
ITS FIRST TE2RI1IBLE BL0T.
CAPTTJEE OF ROANOKE
DIRECT JfETTt from the E.VEM1
Bcbel Fleet Entirely Destroyed
Panic among the People.
Elizabeth City Destroyed
2,500 taken Prisoners
Gen. Burnside's Expedition. WILD STORIES OF OUR LOSSES.
FORTRESS MONROE, Feb, 11,
Via BALTIMORE, Feb, 12.
By a flag of truce to- we
couiplcta suocess of the liurnsido Expedi
tion at Roanoke Inland.
The Island was tnken possession of, and
Commodore Lyooh'e fleot completely de
stroyed. ' Elisabeth Citv was attacked on Sunday,
and evaoualed by the inhabitants. The
city was previously burned, but whether by
Our snous or me innauiiante is mis unrmm.
The first news of the defeat arrived at
Norfolk on Sunday afternoon aud caused
great excitement. The previous news wok
very satisfactory, atating that the Yankees
baa been allowed to advance for the pur
ee of drawing thorn into a trap.
, The Rebel force on the Inland issuppnsod
to havo been only a little over 3,000 cthciont
Bating men.- , ,
Oon. Wise was ill at Nag a Head, and
was not present during the engagement.
Whon the itntion bucame dangerous lie
was removed to Norfolk.
All the gunboats but one were taken, and
that escaped up a oreck and was probably
alar, limit envi'ii.
Oua report nays that only 70, and notlior
that only v ot tnu conieuoruius cc-apea
from the Iilund.
Qen. Hugnr tolcgraphea to Ilieniuond
that, nnlv Ht'iv nn the Inland escnti'"!.
There appears to bo no biifclii .-iJe of
me story lur liio iwmu.
It U iwimrted that one regiment from
Ma.anidiuaettawa hadlv cut up, but it is
ioiDowible to ascertain which ot the five it
r .1 . 1 .1... ....Kln
was tnai were aituxiieu iu mo A-.s.iauiinu.
All the Southern patters, received to-day,
are unanimous in admitting a complete
riotory to our troops, and in saying thut the
loss of tho Island is a very serious one.
The news received to-day oeinion groat
xoiteinont at Uld Point A steamer with
official dispntahes front Gen. Burnside is
The priHoner captured, numbering at
least 2,MK), will be hero In a few days. ,
The llichwond Examiner this morning,
in leading editorial, say the loss of an
entire army on Roanoke Inland is oortainly
the mnit painful event of tho war. The
Intelligence ot yesterday by telegraph is
fully continued. Twcuty-live hundred bruvo
troops on an Island in the sea were exposed
to all the force of the Burnsido Hoot. They
resisted with tha most determined courage,
but when 15,000 Union lro6pi wore landed
against thorn, retreat being cut off by the
surrounding eminent, they wore forced to
surrender. This is a repetition of the llat
teraa affair on a Inriror scale.
The fallowing di-narehes on the subject
are taken from tha Kichmoud papers ot this
Norfolk, Monday, Feb. 10, 182.
Tha lit nnws states that Captain O.
Jenningt Wise, son of Governor Wine, was
shot through the nip anu aissmea, rnnugn
his wound was not mortal. Major Lawson
and Liout. Miller wore mortally woundod
About threo hundred Uontnctoratos wore
killed. Our wounded number over ono
thousand. The number of Yankees wonn.
ilnrl is ihnnt the same. Midshinuian Cann
bad hi arm shot off. Tba other oasuultios
are as yet unreported.
A IfltA arrival this mnrnine snrs that
T!lieheili Citv had been shelled and burned
by the Yankees, and that the onemy was
pushing on to jtiuenmn.
A rumor has prevailed that Commodore
Tfneh'a fleet of sunboats bad been captured.
It is not reeardod as true, but it is believed
that all were burned by the Confederates
nrevent their capture, with the exception
of one, whioh was endeavoring to' make iu
The fleet went to FJitabeth City from
Roanoke Inland, and was probably burned
at the former point
A dispatch was received at Richmond
, midnight, elating as follows ;
A courier arrived here thii afternoon at
o'clock, and brought intelligence that fclita-
bath City vu burned this morning by the
inhabitants- During the conflagration the
Unionists landed a large force. All our
gunboats excepting one were captured
Gen. wise hit not yet arrived at Norfolk.
The following ''very latest" we copy from
to-day's Norfolk Dev Book :
A courier arrived here yesterday after-
- boos) about 4 o'clock, from whom we gat hor
tMToliowtng information: in enemy ad
vanced in full foroa upon Elisabeth City
vestarda about 0 o'clock, and began an at
tack UDoa that place. The citimns finding
result oee rain evacuated the plaos,
Wort doing so set fire to the town, and
whan our informant left it was still in flumes.
Wo have el6 to record the capture by
enemy of all our little fleet, except the Fan
ny or Forrest, our informant is not certain
Which. This eludod the enemy and made
nn Paanuotank River.
Bhe was Dursued, however, and fears
entertained that she was captured. It
' aaid that before our boats surrendered they
were abandoned, and that their crews sue
uuW in waking their escsoe. If so
ar at a lor to conjecture why the boat
were not Ored before they were abandoned.
Toe disaster to our little fleet is attributed
it tMMCi www baring eitiaiuiea tuoir sup.
ply of coal and ammunition they proceeded
to IMlinDetn VJlly ior tne purpone oi ooiani
ing a supply. Kvery effort was mado to
obtain coal, but without success, and the
boats could not, therefore, return to the Is
land, and lend any assistance wuuUiver to
All the details a published with reforonee
to the capture of Roanoke Inland are con
firmed by tho courier, who represents our
lost at 300 killed and wounded, and that of
the enemy not loss than 1,000 killed.
(trcnt havoc was made among the enemy
while coming up the road leading to the
fort. Our forces brought to bear upon
them two 32-pounders,and at every lire their
rank.? were terribly thinned. The places of
the fullen, however, wore quickly filled.
Tho I'ark I'oint Rattery was manned by
the liiohmond Blues, and most nobly did
they defend it. During the conflict they
wore attacked by a whole regiment of
Zouaves, and thoush completely overpow
ered they stood their ground. Thejrdid
not yield a toot until all but seven of them
had fallen bleeding to the ground.
Tlierois good reason to believe thathnd
Col. llenniiigscn with bis artillery been on
the island it would not havo been forced to
The lack of field pieces was sadly felt, and
bad thev been at hand perhaps the enemv
never would have been able to have landed
Col. Ilunuinirsen had orders, we under
stand, to reportat Roanoke I!ind, but by
Mini misunderstanding be iiiittonk Eliza
beth Citv tor his p nee of destination.
Cant. Tavlor of this city is represented as
buving greatly distinguished hiniwlf.
In addition to the above, there are many
rumors we might give, but as they are noth-
ii? mors than rumors, we prefer withhold
ing them. Among them, however, is one
worthy of notice, that General Vio had
been shot while nn his way in an ambulance.
The statement, so fur ns we have been able
to leurn, is uutruo. We can only account
for it by 'ppnsinc that tho name of the
General was confounded with thut of hit
sou, who wus reported among tho killed.
FURTHER PARTICULARS—THE KILLED,
WOUNDED AND PRISONERS.
F0RTBE8R Monhob, Feb. 13.The gun
boat Stars and Stripes arrived nt noon
from iiurnside's expedition with bearers of
despatches for the Government.
She reports the rout of the rcbols com
plete. 'Ihrce thousand prisonors were cap
tured, all tlioir gunboats burnt or captured
except two. which ewaned in the canal.
Federal loss was 42 killed and about 140
wounded, 'lhe rnbol loss was about 30 kill
ed.nnd less than 100 wounded.
The advance from Hutteras took plnce on
Wednondny morning, the expedition consist
ing of shout sixty vessels. The fleot anchor
ed off Stumpy Point that night, and next
day proceeded to the entrance ofChooton
Sound. Alter a reeonnoiscanco tho attnek
was coninicncud on Friday morning, the
Underwriter luadimr the column.
Tho rebel fleet was uttneked and dispersed
tn halt nn hour by a portion ot the navy,
while tho remainder attacked tho land bat
teries. Tha tight continued until dark.
During the night ten thousand men wero
landed, und on Saturday morning seven
thousand wore advanced. A masked battery
of threo guns was soon discovered by the
skirmishers, and was attaeked in front and
on both flanks. The 21st, 2'jth ami 27th
Massachusetts, tho Dth and 51st N. V., and
10th Connecticut were particularly oniraged.
Tha 25th MnsHuchusets aud 10th Connec
ticut suffered the most severely. Tho fifiht
lasted only two or three hours, when the
buttoiy wus abandoned.
Uur troops pursued, aiiusurroundmgrohol
camps took nearly all the oouimund prison
ers. O. Jcnuinss i iso was wounded, and was
shot three times while endeavoring to escape
in a Imnt,
Col. Rutsell, ofthn 10th Connecticut, was
killed at tha head of his regiment.
Liout. Col. Vizior Do Mantol, of the lie
Kiipniol Zouaves, whose services were vol
untary, was also killed. JNo other olheers
wero killed above tun rank ot Lieutenant.
Our total loss ot killed and wounded
less than 200, and number of killed is less
that 50. We took between 2,000 and 3,00'
prisoners, 1 hoy wero about being sent
New York by the S. R. Hpaulding and oth
er steamers. Among them ore about 12
15 Colonels, Lieut. Colonels and Majors.
On Sunday afternoon a Hoot ot lil'tuen gun
boats started for Elizaboth City- The
ntiuzi) was shelled, and hiivinu been ovaeuu-
smr partially burned by the troops was 00
onnied. All tho rebel Hoot was sunk
burnt excont two, tho Roanoko and Beau
tort, which escaped up the canal, mo
Itird, whinh was the flag ship of Commodore
Lynch, was run dowu ami boarded, and
Commodore escaped to tlu shore.
Tho uows from Elizabeth City arrived
Roanoke Island on Monday ovoning, and
the Stars and Stripes left Tuesday morning.
he stuck on the bar at ILittoras
Wednesday night, but started again in the
momma ,v arrived here ataDout noon to-day.
The steamer Stars and Stripos brings a bear
er nt dispatches lioin Uen. jiutnside and
Com. Uoldshnroiigh. she will take a enr
ofamunition and will return immediately.
Gen. Wise was nt Nogg's Head atidsuo
ccedad in escaping to Norfolk.
TI10 rebels made no fiitht after being dri
ven from their entrenchments, which was
done bv Hawkins's Zouaves and 21st Mas
sacliusotts. Young Wise resisted the
storming purtios until he was wounded,
when ha wus carried off and his commune
rot rout od with him to tho upper end of tho
island, where they laid down their arms.
Elizabeth City was about half burnod
the robot toldiors. The people sent off
deputation to Uom. uoldsuorough, asking
him to send a toroo to assist 111 extinguish
ing the flames.
Kdanton was taken possession of
Wednusduy by Com. Goldsborough, no opposition
Tho Norfolk and Richmond papors attribute
the loos of Roanoke Island to
blundering inollieieney of the navy. Jhov
perxist in asserting that noarly 1,000 Fed
erals were killed. They charge some Ro
anoke Island turmer with having desortcd
and piloted the Yankees to the only point
where they couldetTecta landing, the. Island
being Uunked on au sides by an extemuve
Despatches from Memphis to Norfolk
mit that the federal nag was oheerod
tho Tennessee river by the Doople. and as
sert that th Fedorals neither seised or de
stroyed any private property, not even cot
Governor Letcher has issued an order
the formation of home guards for Norfolk,
Petersburg and Richmond.
Messrs, Ames aud Fish returned to Bal
timore, the rebels refining to receive them.
Four hundred released Federal prison
er will reach old Point on Friday or Sutur-
Another account savs the enemy were
pursued for toveral hours and two complete
regiiueutson their way to reinforce the
were eantured.nnt knowing of its surrender.
Every read was lined with guns, knapsacks,
clothing, and with the wounded, dead
Ex-QovernorWise escaped from Noggs
Head, but hi son wss shot through
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legs anu lung. 11 uioa ins touowing
Aetinv Rriirndiiir Gen. Hill. Cols. Shaw
Jordan and Green wore captured, with a
lureo number of subordinate offiocrs.
Whon the result of the field tight boeame
known, Forts Baston, Blanchard and tor
est were evacuated and tho floating battery
.Via mntn InnrlttTflfl blown Ul).
The rebels blockaded the channel round
Chooton Sound by driving piles and sink
ing vessels. A he enemy nrou tne town ou
Tho federal gunboat Uom. l'erryrun down
the relKil Flag Ship Sea Bird, having on
board Commodore Lynch, cutting her apart,
nnr mun hoarded her nell moll. DtirinK the
encounter which ensued a portion of herofli-
(utM and irnw ininiieil overhoard. others bad
their bruins knocked out with the band
amlrA which witro freslv used on tho OOCa
' r t 1 -1 T
sion. jiaier njowi ilvuiiiiw miw w;vu
has not yet been heard from, he being pro
bably drowned during the ngnt.
XVashinoton. Feb. 14 A special mes
semror arrived this morning bringing the
following despatches :
U. S. Fi.ao Ktesmkr, PiitLAir.f.PiriA, 1
(try Roamokr Imi.asd, Feb. 9, '62. f
Ronnoke Island is ours. au
thorities struck to us yesterday. Their means
of defence wore truly formidable and they
were used with s determination worthy of a
Vint tor ran so. Thev consisted of twoelabor-
ately constructed woiks, mounting together
22 heavy guns, three of them being 100
pounder rifles, four othor batteries, lnount
inir toother 20 irtins. A lareo proportion
of them being also of large calibre and some
of them rifled. Kight steamers, mounting
1 crnin etch, and each haviniM rifled gun,
with the diametor of a thirty-two pounder,
a protongel obstruction of sunkon vessels
and piles to thwart our advanco, and alto
gether a body of men numbering scarcely
less than 5000, of whom 3000 are now our
TI.a (Whtinff commenced on the morning
nf tha Till inst., nboul 11 o'clock, and was
nontinucd until dark. Tho following morn
ing it was resumed at an early hour, and it
l.td until well in the afternoon, when by
bold charge of our army the rebel flag was
made to succumb and our own was hoisted
everywhere nn the Island in its place. No
I have been more completely ex
ecuted, and it was carried out precisely in
nccordunco with the arrangements make bo-
r.,ru tlm oTnedition leitCaue Hutteras Inlet
A detailed account of the oporutionsof the
naval brunch of the expedition will be lor
warded to the Department hereafter.
I !. tn anhiiiit. herewith a convnf a iren
eral order to be read on tho quarter deck
each vessel belonging to that branch ot the
expedition. I am, very respectfully, your
L. M. OoLPsnoRouoii,
Flag Hficer Commanding North
Atlantic Bloekadins Sriandron,"
To Hon. Gideon Wki.ls, Sec of Navy.
Tlin irnnnral order is as follows :
" Your cfl'orts of yesterday and the day
before, against tho enemy, were alike worthy
ot yourselves anu mo sircrou cuuso our giori
oris flag upholds. 1 thank you tor them,
id uoneratulatevou upon tha results achiev
ed. No conimundet-in-chief could have
liimn more L-iillantlv sustained, or could have
desired a more gratifying display of coolness,
skill and disci plino. Wo have yet more
work of tho kind to accomplish, and will
soon deliver another blow to crush tho hydra
of rebellion, from what 1 have already
witnessed, I am sure that you will do it woll.
Signed I L. M. UoLDSnoiinuaii,
U. S. Flag Steamer Philadelphia.
OFF ROANOKE ISLAND, Feb. 10, 1862.
71.... f';.l,,n IIV-. .SVl'w nt Xili'tl !
: Just as my to
of yesterday, I received reliable information
that the rebel steamers winch escapod troin
Imnf hud iroiin to r. hzabcth Citv, and there-
iiijoii I immediately ordered Comuiunder
Rowan to tuke thirteen of our steamers un
der his command, and go in pursuit of them
nnd also, if practicable, to execute another
imnortant serviuo, vis: the destruction
tho North river of a link of the Albemarle
and Cliesaneako Canal. IIo dashed off with
a whole heart to his work, ami tho way
Ims already accomplished the first part of
his own preliminary report, a copy of whiuh
I have norowitn enclose, win iiiiorm yon
I have decided tn send to Stars and Stripe
nil' to Hampton Roads to-morfliw morning.
to bring me ammunition from there without
delay. Mr. Van Brunt, my Secretary, will
go in hor, and proceed to Y ashington,
deliver to vou my despatches und two
tho rebel flags we have tuken.
I am, respectfully, your ob't sorv't,
L. M. GOLDSBOROUGH,
Flag Officer, &c.
U. S. STEAMER DELAWARE,
OFF ELIZABETH CITY,
Friday, Feb. 10, 1862.
Sir.' I have the happiness to report
that 1 have met tne enouiy on tuts piaoo
this morning, ot 0 0 olock. Alter a very
sharp ongngonient I succeeded in destroying
or CUpiUring Ills euiuo iiuvui iuruu, nun
loncing nnd destroying his battery on Cobb'i
Point. The ouly vessel saved from
ot runt ion ia the steamer Ellis. Capt. J.
Conk, who is wounded and a prisoner
board this shin. I have other prisoners.
I am happy to say that our casualties
few, considering the warmth ot the enemy
fire, sny two or three killed and some
wounded. I send the Kllis to you under
command of Aoting-Mnstor CIiukc, ot
ship, who, I ho 1 10, you will con firm in
command. Tho conduct of thegallant men
I have the honor to command is worthy
all praise- A detailed account will be fur
nished whon I have . time. 1 am happy
say that none of tho vessels are severely
I shall leave hora a small force,
visit the canals and tuke a look into
other places before I return
I have tho honor to bo, very respeotiuny
J. C. ROWAN,
Commander, U. S. N.
REJOICINGS AT HARTFORD.
HARTFORD, Feb. 12—P. M.
Flairs are flying all over the city, guns
1 . 1 1 1 , 11- :
Dooming, 1 no cnunui ncim ro ringing.
merry peal, over the late union victories.
The whole city is rejoicing.
REJOICINGS AT PROVIDENCE.
PROVIDENCE, Feb. 12, 1862.
of Gov. HpraEiie. and a national salute
a salute of 100 by the oitisens, in honor
Gen. Burnside s victory.
A salute also Bred at fawtucket.
Foroer Arrested. A man by the name
ot E. S. I ipor, residing in Medina county
was arrested by Sherin Craw, of Cleveland
and dotectives front Toledo, Chicago
St. Louis, for a series nf forgeries amount
ing to over $25,000. When arrested, llper
evinced lit utmost coolness, taking it as
sood loke. He will have a hearing on
urday noxt before Judge TUden, of Cleve
land. Columbus Journal.
Xenophan Peck, a brother of Profeasoi
Peck of Oborlin. and a member of CaMain
Edg&rton'a battery, now in Kentucky,,
an arm a lew days since by tne premature
discharge of a cannon while practicing
PROVIDENCE, Feb. 12, 1862. TENNESSEE EXPEDITION.
Union Feeling along I River
THE "tTR Altn HTIilPEB "
HAILED niTll TEARS Ot' JOT.
250 Union Recruits Accepted.
Thousand?! A.nxioais to
Fight lor the Old Klag
Boats taken and Destroyed.
ARMS AND STORES CAPTURED.
CINCINNATI, Feb. 12, 1862.
Special dispatches to the Gazette and
Commercial, dated Fort Henry, 10th inst,
give the following account of gunboat ex
pedition unthe Tennessee River:
Alter the capture ot fort iienry, the
Lexington, Conestngs. and Tyler gave chase
to the rebel steamer Ininbar, snd on reach
ins the Memphis and Louisville Railroad
bridge, set fire to a portion of it, and captured
some stores, ko. They then passed on in
chose of the Dunbar, but did not overtake
hor. It is supposed that she escaped by
running up some creek.
During the night the gunboats went to
Florence, Alabama, the head of navigation,
and 250 miles from Puducah. lOvervwhere
along the river they were received with as
tonishing welcome hy numerous l.nion tuui
ilios in Southern Tennessee and Northorn
Alabama, and at the towns along the river
the old nag was looked upon as a redeemer,
and hailed with shouts ot joy.
Cant. Gwynn of the Tyler has recruited
thirty men for service on the gunboats, and
savs he can set enouuh for the whole fleet.
lhe people nt rlorence are so delnrhted
at finding the Stars and Stripes once more
ffivini nrotection to them, that they were
propared to give a grand ball to the officers
of the gunboats, but thoy could not remain
10 accept or meir couriusius.
Wherever our boats landed, and the peo
pl became assured that ws did not come to
destroy but to save, they seemed to have no
means too extravagant to express their do
licht and toy.
Our Eiiiiboats captured four steamers, in
cluding one unfinished gunboat, and burned
They captured a largo quantity of stores
and 180 stand ot arms.
One boat goes up the river this morn
The weathor is improving, aud the rouda
The Commercial says that our army
Central Kentucky is in motion. Gen. Nel
son's division is marching along the Ulusgow
turnpike. General Mitchell's diviiion had
crossed Green River on Monday morning.
taking the auvanoo ot the mam column
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St. Lons, Feb. 12, 1N0A
A special dispatch to tho Reuublican.
dated l'ort Iienry, 11th inst., states that the
ffiinbouts ConestOEa. Tvler. and Lexiustou
returned troui tho tipper Xciiueusee lust
The boats went as far as Florence, Alu-
buniu. and were received with the wildest
iov olona the river.
Ulu mon cried liko children at the sight
of tho Slurs snd Stripes, and invited tho
officers and men of the gunboats to their
houses, and told tlieiu all they hud was
Idiree numbers were anxious to enlist un
der the old flag, and the Tyler brought down
HO men to till up tho gunboats crews,
(lur officers were assured that if thev
would wait a few days whole rcuiments could
ho raised, and if the Government would give
them arms to detenu theniKOlves they could
bring Tennesseo back into tbe Union in a few
Thov said that, when the Socesaion ordi
nunoe was passed, armed men stood at the
,1 1 .l! . . I!
pons, anu everyiuing went us curiam pun-
ticwns sttitl.-. , . -
At Savannah. Lastpott, and rloronce
the ofGoers snd mou ot our gunboat went
ashore without anus, and mingled freely
with the neonle.
The Union men along the river comprise
the wealthiest A best portion ot the inhabi
tants, large numbers of whom have Auieri
Not a gun was fired, either going or com
The rebel gun-boats hastport, Sulhe Ward
and Muscle, only partially UniKhed, wore
captured, and ate here. The Kastport had
2,riU,l)00 foet-of lumber on board, and
Ward bad a quantity ot iron plating.
The stoamoin Sam. Kirkiaan, Linn Boyd,
Julia Smith, Sam. Orr. Aftploton, and Belle
had been bnrned by rebels to prevent them
from fallinir into our hands.
The Railroad undue at 1' lorenoe was
A quantity ot papors wore captured
1110 Ajan.uuii, uuiuiihiii. iu' uiruh I'li'-ii.
lute of the Federal Navy. Among thum
ware letters from Maury, atating that sub
marine batteries could not. ie used success
lull v in thsrauid streams" of the West.
One hundred and fifty hogsheads of tobac
co, and a Quantity of other freights, will
brought down irom tue mouth oi sandy
A daily line of tiaokets has been establish'
ed between Fort Iienry and Cairo.
Nothinc dunna the war has been so pros
trating td the rebels as the late victory
tne gunboat expedition mentioned aoove.
CINCINNATI, Feb. 12, 1862. A Word of Caution.
As the use of Coal Oil is becoming very
common, and is being introduced into
most every iamiiy. as a obean hirlit, a word
of caution may not be amiss, especially
it is supposed by many to be entirely harm
less. But aa the oontrarv is the ease, uer-
sons who have used it in a oareloss manner.
under the delusion that it is inexnloslve
its nature, will shudder at tha numorous
escapes they have made. Not only is
oil exceedingly dangerous, but the choap
preparations sold under that name, adulter
ations of pure coal oil, are said, to be much
mora eiDloaive and dau serous than eam-
phene more dangerous Irom tha fact
raised to a oertain beat it futms a highly
volatile gas, and when on fire it is quite
by water, and imparts to
rounding objects its inflammable nature.
a meetiug et the New lock Hoard ot
Insurance Companies, a eommittee nrevt.
ously appointed for that purpose,, after
the character of Bensine
Bonaole liquids produced fronv the dbtil-
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and the renning 01 vruuc
Int.ion nf final..
Petroleum, Kock Uil, and fvartn vn, repor
ted against the insurance of buildings in
which these oils are stored in larger quan
tities than ten barrels, and where three bar
rels afe stored, as "specially hazardous.
It would be well tor the owners 01 insureu
property to look well to their policies.
Great care should be exercised by those
using these oils. But a few days since a
woman and two children, at Crestline, were
burned to death by he explosion of a Coal
Oil lamp while filling it, and another person
t,arutr tinrnf.fi. w a mention mis uint-iar
that those who are so careless in the use of
this dangerous substance may avoid danger.
Whe you heai a man ssy thst the Black
Republicans have caused the war, be euro
that his heart is witn tne neoeis.
Whon you honr an officer sny that if the
war is to be waged for the destruction of
Slavery ho will resign, be sure that bis
heart is with the Rebels. ...
Whon you hear a man find fault with the
energy of Secretary Stanton, be sure that
his heart is with the Rebels.
J. W. COT-iIjINS,
Wholesale and Retail Urugglst,
( tfort h tidf Mailt Street, )
ST. CLAIRSVILL.E, OHIO.
Three Very Desirable Farms
at MdmlnistratorH bale.
IN PURSUANCE of an order erantl by the
1 Probata Court nt Belmont County, Ohio, 1 will
oner tor aaje, at public taction, on ,
Thursday. March SO, 1963,
between tin honra ol 10 a . M., and 4 r. , upon the
preniiaea, the lollowing dt-actibed real eelaui, ail-
unieu In aaia cotiniy, to win
The lt Irnet being the n a qr. ol we.Z6, tp. 7,
range 4, in lhe Sieubenville land district, contain
ing 159 acnis, inure or lftei
The 2ml tract beinir the n. w. ar. of tee 20,
tn. 7. range 4. rxcepnng oo acrfs ld by John
Uent,or.,to jamea iUc.uiiicn,coniaiiiiiig tj acre,
more or leas.
The 3d tract b Ing the east half of then. w. qr.
nf ko. 2i. tu 7, mine 4. except nbout 7 a.:re aold
bv James Aloore lo builivr M. nurrn, coniuining
7Ji nnrea. more or It-as. Being the premises ol
which Joinea Monro died ii-iieil. 'they ere well
watered and limbered snd lie about . milti from
the Nntlinitl roud anil 2 miles from Lewis' mills
and station, on the C. O. R. It , nml goil roads
leading lo boilt. 'l'hry will be aulil tree o dower
i no pri-nnsce ara npiirni-tra as touowai i no
k-...f,. mi It-..- .I...I . -. Aia.m
tract at S.VJO i Oil. The 'J ml tra t at $4000 00
The 3d. trncl at 2IM) Oil. They will Ik sold in
aepnrnte tracts, or Mjuthnr 10 tint plirrhauers.
i'crini ol enle.onu third in hand, oneihird in one
year ami one third in two yeara, with interest on
Uiu deterred payiifiia lium lhe day oll.
IIKNUY 1DU1NUS, Adm'r.
Fub. 13, 1B62. 4w o( Jntnri Mm ire dee'd
NEW 'I IN SHOP.
eapecinlly ihnae about lo commence
Housekeeping ! ! 3
will find that they ens get amood
mr n. awm. mm. JE3
til not belli r than eliHwhcre,) at
Ius-s'lii Tin Shop,
North eiiln Mnin St., In the room inrmerly ociu-
pipilhy the rot Olhce, rit. Olnireville. 0iJ
- STOVES 1
"100KINO.IJ.-aiinu. l'nrlnr and Dining-
V J roMim STOVEH.ol the mo.l nDiirovd
paltarna, Unh-lor !DAI. and VVOuU, at
irreailv reduced oricea. fur an In bv
IbbaS Bridgeport, Ohio.
TO OH. MEN.
Particular ittentinn pnid to lhe M inuficturlns
I Toou roa Uorisi. Oii,-VVelij. All tool.
W.rillllU. IU UV Ul iiiduf.i llintviiai ai.u wwin-
mnni.hip,aiitl at aa low pricee as they can bt pur
aached at any o'.ker po int.
MlriiT,ili. Mnlmont county, Ohio. msr
HE LADIKS OK SI'. CliAlltSVILiLE and
viciniiv nrenepecll'uUr and particularly in
vued In cull at
JIISS P. P. ALKXANDER'3
Mninatieot, rnmna over Kline' etnra
goods, auiiable lor '.ha (r1
Spring and Summer Seaton,
bfilnreapurcliarinir elsewhere. Miss A. will take
lenaure ill cxiiliiliniil urr kuuqb io an who may
lionor her w ith a visit. Hur aioi.k of
M tLLINEHT. '
this aeeaon.cinipri.ua the newest styles of
Silk and Satin Bonnets, Flowers, Ribbons,
Hlonila.&.c.. all of lhe finest nualitv. ItirTerms
moderale andsnttstatition guaranteed. feb7
Hardware ! Hardware 1
1)OLI8HKD Sleel Shovels,
llainninred Iron iShuvels,
Itolled Iron Shovels,
Coul Shovels, all sixes,
8pdes, all sixna,
llors ol every kind,
Oiirden and Urain Rakes,
Grain cradles. Scythes.
til of which I will anllsi the lor. est rotes
T tlOd U. CUUOtilt lSM,
rti2T Bridgeport, Ohio.
No. lit ! MAIN UT
WHEELINQ. r JV-
urohaas a lot ol
S 5 -FiSAlRSDll
AT PANIC PRICES,
PltOfUSKSio an tnem wttn
at prices to astonish me million
Uinia in, laaius ana gonuo
men, while the
and avail yourselves of the t.,i-
GREATEST B ARQ AJHS
Ever Offered la vYbecUuK.
PHOTOGRAPHS fc PICTURES
ol every style, as usual, mads lo order.
A variety of
- LOCKBTI AND PINI
at a discount. Aiev a large and beaauTulass
meal otOilt Frame., eheep Us7
Wool Carding and Spinning.
IB SCO TO IsTVORM my friends and (ha p
in ventral that 1 have removed from Kluaey'a FybUe
to MARTINHV1LJ.K FAirniKT, wnara i em prepare
H.-OARD. el'lN AND MANUFACTUKE on us
N. k' Wool aoruint ar il.kaafad lar'Yaraian Cloak,
jaeeeeceaia;aina, iwn- v ey.ai
..J-H LUiS JI-.
GOLDEN NEE-HIVE STOKE,
in, Main St rcet, If hecUttf, im
JpA."Lti AJWjoSviN'TER' TRADE, 1801
TREMENDOUS STOCK OF GOODS FOR CASH!
TOMB AND THOMAS tak plMMrt in nnnii4ii(thst lhjr liflrt frit rTi-v-tJ. Hilwffl f
rulat. tnd vantiiM I ibv nave mwaw miwea 10 utm piuhm. 1 wir unci mtmnrmrwm wwrr
,y thetrudf fliirfln Buy ijtiMiMy, in aH nttioiarrt, ittittr W'liOl.ljiALisl UM KJbiAlU
hip mil are q i'j in unrai iiuuir in sn riif .
O nil HlDl Pry OooU. simI Varielm lli)r ! nllMcd lo ill puliiM.
of ft.lr Oond. kenl liy Uwtrodf iid In nr iiiiitiitlly, in ou.
Full Mok nt INIIKIO HI.I'K nil tlRKV (il)OD!. .mint I. Ir Mil. I CAR Y COMI'ANIES, tannuilr kH.' SM
flnck of UH Y GOOIW 1. very Inrip errnriitv very yntiolynf giik. Woolaii, and Ctlit rols. an St vy Mv4
ud urita, nil Sh.w'.. MantillH ami Cloak. : alio, malarial, for nukliig ilia aam ia graaa aamty. raa4 kaaaaiaa)
firaiila allaiylMSf ImailkilM. CAHPlil'INO, a food .luck and yrry sheap, .
In ihii di-pannvnt. our uork will It fannit la ha larire, twinf mora than 100,000 yard! t( faada, Ml asulaj ajaaa
lhan HIMMI. Crwl J am. af alHolore conManlly kepi. -
MILI.1NARY tiootw. Choice fuodaof laieat aiylaa. Enibraelng UaiinaU, Raaac, Ribbooa, fbawafa, SkaBak,
onwaiilly kepi and lot .ale In ilia ira.le.
In ralliiit: aiimuion loour .lock, we would My Inai ll will b found lobamnoh Wa lanjrtM In Waaiam T. W
occupy four laree store room.. Our fai-iliiie. for Irade are .eeiitid lo nn honaa in tha V. be.ldea bavlnf inSmaS
In ouralora. i
our nook. Our Tcrnja are CASH during Ilia War. ... Ocl. J,ll
r large atore room.. IJur laciune. lor ireae ire .eeunii io nn nonae iu una .to.i ueataee bavlnf Inttmaaft
nt Willi maul of lhe Iarurr-.t flrit cla..liou.ea inllia F.uat.ly Whicli wearolvaeivtiia; weekly naw aSdiUaai
:. anil buying lor CASH nlmoat entirely lor many year, wa hare been able to buy much af our lata par
"p.rtieii who wera oolifed loaall1' atleaa than iBiiy can ba luadeor iuiponed. We iuvite eumitiallaaatf
ESTABLISHED IN I84S,
ST. CLAIRSV1LLS, B,imnt C... Hit,'
3We are now prepared to supply the publio dimand with ail et
Bive and varied supply of . , J
Fruit & Ornamental Trees, Plants
Shrubbery and Yines.
Wi have the largest 4ml best rontlucted Nuresry in Belmont couniy The Tress art)
in a healthy and thrifty conriitlm, in id bj our long experience in the bjsiness, with tb
arsiolsnre of our rxurrimciitul Ore unla ws are enabled to guarantee there to be wka
we represent them to be.
(rPersons wishing Fruit Treos, or anything else In oar line, will do well te glrsasa
call before pu-chaaing els 'Where.
OFor lurther particnlsrs, see Descriptive Catalogue. , ..
0T"AII orders will receive prompt attention.
(Cr-The Nursery is situated 4 miles North-West f ft. Clslrsvllls, Ohis.
tL S. MORRISON.
St. Ulsibsvilli, Oate.
t MAO. IK
Havajuat received an unueually large . tack or
Spring and Summer Clothing,
to will til they would call the atlanlien ol their Irlenib
Thei, .lock emhrarai til the latan alylaa or Cloth,
Ca.aimera, Ua.liuiatel. Tweed, Laitnii, Alpaca
Breed anil duck I. lueu t'oetn.
ilk.Hatin, Na.linv. Maraale. and Linen Veata.
P.m. ol all Slylea and uualitiaa.
Alio, a lareaana (eneral aaaortmant ot
(JliNIS KUItlSISllING ;i)OI9,
loietlier with all the lateal itylea of Dr..., Silk, rm
I'anama.and Hlr.w Data, all of which wnl ba aold '
eitreiuely low price, ler Caaa.
ciuratuckor tnotha, Caaaimera Vaetlnta, Trim-
iuIiir. 4tc, la larae and well aelected lo which we
would particularly Invite the attention ot thoee wl.h
na to IHthamaelvea out with a-A.e Sail, ee we axil
ira un nallia to render entire aallBlactlnn.RilvtlV
WHOLBSAXB and RETAIL.
g QQQ GALLONS
from the Western ResiM-vu.
which lor durabilily auj fin
ish, is superior io anything
I the kind evur oll'ercd in
We wnu'd call esprcl'il attention to our new
aivle ol Milk-nnn. which is sivine far belter sat
is lection to Ihoee who have tried them then vie
old style. Country Merchants are Invil.d to call
We also keep a lull aasorlmenl of
GROCERIES AKD PROVISIONS,
which we will salt at the lowest living ptices lor
cash or produce.
atlAltf iX JJilUXUi'tl.
my Bridgeport, Onio.
QREAT CURB 1 1
Is the only known remedy for
ltlieumatlHDi, (.out and Aeu
ralsjla, and a sure cure
lor all Mercurial Dia
euses. IT IS a conveniently srrsnied Band, contain,
ing a medicntcd compound, lo be worn art.und
tbe Willi, without injury to lhe most delicate per
son. Ko ehanue In linutts ol living is required,
and it entirely removes ihe disease from the sys
tem without producing the injurioue effects ari
sing trom the use ot powerlul internal medicinea
winch weaken nnd destroy the eonelitiiiion, and
give temporuty relief only. By this treatment
lltojaediflinnl proiiertieo contained in the Hnnd
couie in ctmtHiii with the- blood und reach tin
ilitusMfee, through the pores ol llie skin, efW.ting
in eveiy tnsisnoe a perieut cure, nnd rest ores tne
peris afflicted to a heal'hy e ludiiion. This band
te also a must powerlul Aiill-Muresrlal agent,
and will certainly relieve the svsiein I'roin the pel
nioioue elfecta of Mercury. Moilerale eases are
cured in a lew days, and we are constantly re
ceiving testimonial, ol iisettiuacjr in aggravated
cases ol lon stand ing. .
Hstas, ; to tx- had of Druggists generally, or
canoe sent by man oi express, witn ikii aireo-
tions for use, lo any pen of the country, direct
from Ibe principal office, No 409 Broadway, New
York. U. SMITH sV CO.. sola proprietors
Desc'lptive circulars sent free.
far Agent in Sr. Clir$vitt$, Isaac H. Pattax
i PHILADELPHIA. ' !,
A Benevolent Institution, ettaUishedluiptc
tat Endowment, for the ntlitf of the
, ' ano? IXttremrd. ajtictetl with Viru ,
"' kntand Epidemic Dueaaet and , ' '.
tipeciuuy for the raSj qf ,
. Diteataoj 'the Sexual
MEDICAL advice given gratis hy tha Acting
sturgeon . lo all who apply hy teller, withe
description at their condition, laga, occupation,
habits lire, 4.0 ) and ia eases ol extreme pov
erty, Medieiree turaiahed free of charge. '
Valusble Reports on Spermatorrhcse. and olher
Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and. 00 lbs pew
rrmediesemployed in the Diepeusaiy, sent 10 lb)
ethteted in sealed letter eo elopes, free of charge.
Two er three slam pa tor pi Liege will be arvpt
sbls. Address Dr. J: 8kill HooeHTOH, Acting
Surgeoa. Howard Assoeiatton, No. Soma Ninth
: EZRA? DHBAlKTWBLLv litarfdanl. 1
, 0KO FAiaUKetD, eVetsrvaryt ' tsbfly
New Boot and Shoe Store;
XVM. R. RITT8
WOCin re.prcltnlly itifonn hi. old inMia aa
the putlic generally that ha haa tuat aaloniaS beear
riiiloileliliia Willi a well aalecled Mock el
Boots and Shoes,
of avery ilctrrirtioit, Louglit t low
lr.'nren ior CBn. aim wm lactcd
y nimeii.'iti ran h rviitd on. -lVTuti
rinhiiiir to buv will (U
woil to mil and examine hit irkt
aattUttild at . -, ,,-
Lower rig urea for Csfc
tl an wt.rk of tit aama kind haa avar baaa a4 htf
markai. I still f oniinu to
MAKUFAOTITKI,; i .1:
nt) sui.r.ot work, ot all kinds, on short luMiae. ,, i (
dona at abort noilea. Store opposite Cellins Droe Stetsw
wm. at. arrrs.
Law Books! Law Books I
Swan k Crituk&uld's Ksvined Statutes tt
Pwnn's New Treaties . , -tj
Ohio State Reports :v
KafTs Guide, for Administrators, BcetatMa'
anu Uuurdiuns . .
roa sals at tvs -
criRo.vicxE ooa; itori,
SXAiiy Law ar Missel Isasous eVick furelas4
to order. mytit .
riIIE attention oflnvalids, Physicians, Clsr
X si men, rcii nlitiu men, and the public gea-
ernlly,!. respecttitlly soliiiiled to the merits enT
this chemicul preparation, a ataiauig Iron, 8sl
phursnd Fiiosphurus, and which Is identical is
He iH)mp.isiiion with the Homalic Globule, or rest
blood. In allilisessue accompanied with Debility,
pole ciiumenance and nervous dernngenisnl, aa
anulysisol the blood shows a d-ficienr.v of the
red globule. Rudily complexion and a rosy tint
ol Ihe skin is always indicative ol health; while ;
a psle, wax-like skin and countenance whiah
evincra a deficiency of the red globules aceoM-''
ponies a diseased organism. Preparations of i
1 1 on have been given lor tha purpose of supply
ing the red globules, but we contend that Iroa '
alone, Sulphur slono, or Phosphorus alune, nill ,
nut meet the deficiency in every casa, but thai a
judicious ntrnbinaifiin of all iheae clemenla Is rs '
quired to restore the blood u ila nornial stsoalr i
ard. This point, nev.r bctors attained, haebeeo (
reached in the Bijxid Food, snd its discovers' '
ranks as one of llie moat actentilic aad iropiirlani ,
of the age. Its effects in Consumption are toeOltr - '
en the cough, brace the nerves, strengthen the
system, allay the prostrating night sweats, in '
crease Ihe physical and menial energy, enrksa, i
the blood by restoring the lacking red globule, i
increase lhe appetite, restore the color and elotb
the skeleton frame with flesh. The Bfo FousV
will be found a specific In all Chronic Diseases of
the Throat or Limes, such as Asthma, Bronchitis. -Coughs,
Sue. Public Spealers and Singete wilA
find iiof a-reat ntilitv In clearins and strensth. '
entng tbe vocal vjrgsns."' In Utspeheis, laves )
Complaints. Uropsy, tjulsrwy, faralyats, ferol- ,
uls.Uravel. et Vitus' uar
ravel. Bt Vitus' Dance, Fever an
4c, its ethoncy is marked aad instsnunsous,.'
In no class ol diseases, however, are toe boneii
obis iuaip' aims uj wiucn Hie gvwi
ible, and which tend mwartip Cos). '
i as Suppressed ar Difficult Mm-"1;
in Bicknest, Whites, Ste mpeciallT''1
cialeffecisol this remedy se eonspicaoas as lei.
harrassing Female CoaiplaiiMa to whioh die seen
when these romulainia ara-aecamoanied wiiB1
paleness, a dingy hue or pallor, nl ths akin, eWU
pressionof epulis; deuilily, oaljiilqllon. want sf (
appetite, ami nervous prostration. We havei uuy ,,
inmost contidence in' recimmcnrllng lhe Bloos'
Food to all who may be conscious or a lose.af ' '
talily or energy, and to laoae wuose mealat W'
bodily powers are prostrated through over aes, t.
either ul the mind or body, and iwa deem it ..
duly lossy that in all caeca of , Weakness: asa '-t
and Emaciation, end in all diseases bf the KU- '
neyser Blgddar. ih is prrpa ration hasaalaimap. ,
on the attention of .uHi rsre whitliTiHrilbeeyar .
estimated.' A faithful trial will be fpsnd lhe
most convincing ,iToof tn regard to- ht effieees
ihstcmild ba tsked lor With lhSapove-mtht
and with the nnmeroua lejtlinoniala w has ia;)
its favor, we ntfer the Blood Food te the coasides. ,
alien of the afflicted, knowing that it will bee- . ,
knowledgidas preeminent ovorall other praaarsz-'d .
tioaa, patent or ofhritiai.' In plnt. of uaefuuiassl.i
Circulars, giving Hie TuSorv upa which lhm-',n
remedy is louniied, alee rartirtcatea of remark, v
hls cures, will be sent free wbo dastrae). W . .
lurward ths Blood Food ta any part ot the. TJ. M.y
or Csnsdnsupon reeelpl of' price (I pet aotilet'"
$5 for Mi bonis. Bi careful in all easeato-lskd
none bu that having urlao-simUe slgnMsreapriin
on the wrapper. None olher is i seoiime... fse.k-.t
pared only CHURCH i DUPONT. No 4 J
Broadway, New York, snd sold by' aad
resiMotable DrnesiiMs. . -i l .t. i.v 'ft
ttyAgeoita aW CWravtile, bus