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Hotel St. Francis
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The War Fifty Years Ago
Battle of Athens Near Iowa Line In Missouri a Federal
Victory 'Force, Commanded by Lyon at Wilson's
Creek Retreats: to Rolla McCulloch and Price
Occupy Springfield Many New Generals Named,
Among Them Ulysses S. Grant McClellan at Wash
finfton DaHy Expects, Attack on Capital by Beaurc
iard Complaint That Old General Scott Is Chief
'Obstacle to His Plan of Defense- Finally Authorized '
to Orfanire Army of the Potomac.
y JAMES A. EOCeRtOri.
Copyright by American Prase Asaocla-
IVE J.1J8 before thp '-battle ot
Wilson's Creek occurred tho
action at Athens, In the samo
stato. Athens Is near (be Iowa
line, In tthe northeast corner .of Mis
souri. .There Colonel David Moore was
encamped wlthui.Unlon.fofce of about
,iw. 'A .junction oi iwo wauteueraio
bodies under Colonel Martin D. Green'
was effected,, and the combined forces
mnrcbod on Athens. The size .of
Green's command U In dlsputo.'tbo es
timates running all tbcwny from. 000
to' 1,600, bat at any, rate tbey were su
perior to Mooro's 'troop, and in addi
tion Green bad artillery, wblcb the
Union. commander was .without, r
On the morning of Auk. 0 the .Con
federates drovo In.'tho Union pickets
innd opened nn artillery fire, most of
itho shots col tig over, tbe'hcndsof the
(Federals. A part ot Colonel Moore's
imcn' was ncroas tho Des Moines, river
st the time, but filed over, to the 'Mis-
aourt side with colors, flying. Green's
men were' armed with ahotamns and
qui rrol .rifles for the anost part, while
ttboso .under Mooro bad. mmkets and
were also .hotter drilled than their foe.
The fight lasted two hours, when
Colonel Mooro ordered bis tremor to
.charge bayonets. At this tbe Confed
erates brokoend rn'n, tbe Union troop,
following tor some dlatnnce. 'The Union
commander estimated that, bis own'
losses were twenty-tbrec Jind .those of,
tho enemy' more, tbaa.tblrty-one. Thp
federals also, captured runny -prisoner,
hordes, nrrns and supplies. Tho victory!
was important .for. Its moral effect In
northern Missouri.-! . et
.Thaisl'tuatlon in tho etnte' was some
what as follows! Late In July tbo con
vention bad met at Jefferson City, and
declared ,tho offices ot governor, lieu
tenant governor and secretary ot.stnto
vacant, and provided that they' should
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GENERAL ULYSSES B. GRANT AND SCENK OF HIS ENCAMPMENT IN
ARCADIA VALLEY, IRONTON, MO., WIIKHI3 UK RECEIVED HIS
:COMMIS810N AS BIUQADtEU
ENCAilPED HERB GRANT -DREW Ul UIS PLAN TO OPEN THE
.TENNESSEE AND CUMBERLAND RIVERS UX REDUCING FORTS
i BONULSONNDJilCNRY. t - , I .. f
be Oiled at tbe Vorcmber elevtlona.
Tbe Union ujen dominated tbe conaen
tlou. a they did the-ataj, Genarar
Fremont. In command at St Ixuls. bad
designated General John ISpe to keep
order 4n northern Mhwourt Folhiwina;!
,!. .,.m..Ia .e tt7IUnn'a OvaaIt '.lflnl.n.1
Sturgts bad withdrawn to Springfield,
where bo 'was joined by .Colonel Sigol,
who then took command and retired to
Rolla, at wblcb point be soon bad re
,er(forcements from Fremont,. Uen
enals' McCulloch' and Prloedld nqtjit
tempt to follow up their opponents,
(though they did advance to Spring-Held-JIetw
McCulloch issued Vpronuu
clamefitos claiming credit for victory
atWilsonla.Crcck, but he nnd Piico
did qot agree, nud. McOulloch .aeon
afler wteudrew from tbe'ataia.'
8t. Xoul, Under Hartial lajv.
If .Wilson's Creek bad tbe effect of
heartiulng tbo. Union men Ip the st'oto
at, large It produced an opposite result
In HL Louts. Tlnre the southern sym
pathizers and men, .opposed 'to Iho
,Uiilun beenwp so JuhiljUit and unruly
tbat vn AuglH fltitfmlwFreino'nt
placed IJio city underitnartial insv
Theru wore n few aklrmlsbes In Mis
souri at Ibis lime worthy of untlre.
At 1'otn.sl ou Aug. U'licoiirri'd a light In
which thirty Coiifeilernti's wero re
purled to linvu been ltlli'i, There
were also liniHliet at (leorgi'liiwn on
Aug II, Frederick limn Ann, 13 find
(.'linrli'slnwii Aim. is, nl which a iitiui
her of Coiifiilcriilii iirlcuuers ttcrv
TIiitu svKrti imwwl-on fi'Wttt'lliiiii iif
'lulnnr luiiurluui'f In, IJit' I'll". 'I'liu
i;iiiiii'iiiniu tivufrni ,iiii(iiiiiir ,hiiii
I'd lniiii"ii, Vii.i it vllliiuu in Mm 1 1
iinliy uf 'urlri' Mhiiimo, where n
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tlniea. There are dlffcrcuci-i of opinion
til to the motives of Mugrmlor's .net.
One vlqw Is- tlutt be wanted to muke
It Impossible, for the t'cdcrnln to en
camp. there In future and nnolhcr tlint
he was drank' and fired tho village
from pure wautonucas. On Ang. 0
occurred two, 'engagement-one oppo
site Point of Roclis, where thrco Con
federate! were killed, two wounded
and seven 'tnken prisoners, and Mat
thias point, where a force going nsboro
from n Union gunboat were ambushed;
threo being killed and ono woundedi
In a brush at Lovcttsvllto on Aug. 8
five Confederate soldiers were Injured
and one lost bis. life. ,
Activity fn Virginia. '
After tbe victorious campaign ot
McClellan Id western Virginia' things
were quiet 'In that section for a time,
tlio only movement worthy of note
being an effort of tbe Union General
Cox to drlvo ex-Governor Wise out of
tho 'Kanawha valley. On Aug. 8 Gen
eral Rosecrana reported that this en
deavor .bad been successful and tho
Confederates bad been expelled from
tho' valley. Fire days later Captain
Dayton attacked and put to flight 200
Confederates near. Grafton, killing
Naval activity had been on 'the in
crease through the. summer, most of
the effort ion the Union side helnc di
rected toward -enforcing. the blockhda
nnd rsuppresaing iConfrderatis prlva'
.teerv There, were several mlnor'eu
'gagemenU nbont the middle of August.
It 'was reported that the United States
.-steamer Routli Cnrultnn had captured
or netroyrd'.lnvaisal!shlps tying to
run llif" blockade. 'A little earlier the
'Confrderate.'prlvnteer Petrel was sunk
by tho'Unlted States frlpito St.'Lnw.
renco, two of the cnw being drowned!
ami thlrty-flvc taken prisoners. Another
Union boat, the Vilmsh. recaptured
tho Mary Alice, formerly token by the
, privateer Dixie. Oni,Vug.JO.the UiiHctl
! Sta(c$ gtJnboaftJntoiTjufriea'tlie Coo-
GHNBRAt IN, AUGUST 186L WHII.E-Tl
federate privateer York and captured
tbe George II. Uoker tbat bad pre'
vlously been taken "irom the north and
manned with a southern crew.
., Many ,2?ew Qenerali Named.,
Tbo extra session of tbe Uoltad
States congress adjourned on Aug. n.
Ono ot Its last acts was to raise tbe
pay. of Union soldlera two dollara per,
month. Among nbe army and navy
oillcrrs couflrmed by. tbe Senate' wero
t(tc foUowlngnMaJor Gonerols. McOlel
Ian. Fremont. Vanks, DJx nnd Ilutler.
rtrlvflfllAP flnnnrnls Mntiallnhl 1rt.
J)ow4ill, RoEecrnns, Anderson, Meigs.1
IChomss, McCall, Curtis, Kearney,
Reynolds, Hclntzelman, Porter, Frank.
Jin.. Stone. Hlieruinn, jllooker, Lander,
Baker, Kelly, Lyon, Poiw. Cox, JJurl
hurt, Schunek. Prciillss, Grout. Slgol.
Couch, Sprague, Ilurnslde, Montgom
ery, I'belps, Wljtlams, Buel. Oakes.
namlltun nnd McClernatid. Ou Aug.'t)
the president uomlnaled un additional
list of brigadier generals, among tho
list being the following: O. M. Mitch
el, I.pwN Illcnl;cr Henry .W,.SIocuui.
James B. Wadsworth. Jultti .J. Peck.'
Inbu' II, Mnrtludaletaudittirurgc Mor
roll. Notwithstanding the fart -.tbat
Llucnlu made Jocular remarks about
the number of brigadiers he appoint
ed, most of tlM-fu men mmle iiniuei
for theiuxelves In I he war, snmo ot
lliem inking rank among lb world's
great I'uiiiiiiiinilers (Iniiit was en
i'iiiiin'd in Inuilmi, In Hie bountiful
Ari'iulln valley, In siiiiilieiitt Missouri,
when ho received Ills iiiiniiilsiiloii lis n
lirlginller geni'i'iil Opportunity was
n ii ruuiliig Ills uny mul liu Mould
Olid llllll Hiliuuie. r
Nur nil Dim iroillHiii of oltleertlhe
mil)' stun nr ni'ihlir on iim mri f
li" NilMilnUirMiloM Oil April ID Iho
ll.tllililllt Im.I1Ii.jI II iii.lll lllll lllll, llltll
ril'e!Hl f.Mi-'l Tl 'M" l"l""iVI , I'll
tho cloven states forming tho Coated'
eracy wcro In Insurrection against the
government, that alt commercial rela
tions with them wero suspended and
tbat nil goods token In passing be
tween tbe two sections nnd vehicles
conveying the' some were forfeited.
Washington Btill 'Menaced.
Thcro was, now a renewed nimor
that Johnson and Ilea u regard wero
about to attack Washington. McClel
lan bad been expecting such nn nttncfc
ntld bad finally succeeded In convinc
ing General Scott nnd others that there
was actual danger. Ou Aug, 1" tbe
president Issued another proclamation,
to tbe effect that all troops from'
renusylvnnla., New Jersey. NowVdrk..
Connecticut. Massachusetts. Vermont.
Ilbode Island. New Ilnmpshlic. Maine
and. Michigan should .be sent Inimr-
dlately to Washington.. i
Tlieso wcru exceedingly' busy days
for Geucrnl iMcClelliiti. Ills letters
fairly breathe of .bustle, nnxlety nnd
preparation. On Aug. SJiu wrllcs: "Jl
have 'scarcely slept one moment for.
the lost three nights, knowing well
that iho enemy intend some 'uiot'e-
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ment and, fully recognizing ourown
weakness. If Uenuregnrd does not at
tack tonight I shall look upon It.ns a
dispensation of Prorldenco. .Lie ought
to do it. Every day strengthens me. I
am leaving nothing undono to increase
our force: but the old gcncrnl (Scott)
always cornea In t,bo way. lie under-,
stands nothing, appreciates nothing.'-'
--Evon'on Sunday "Little Mac" wnji.ln
the saddle .from .10 .to -Q.aud was "per
secuted" till after midnight feeing tbe
president, senators uiid others of tho
common people. Yet, busy ns he was,
McClellan had tlmo to sco much of
Prince Napoleon, ot whom he speaks
often In his letters jind whom ho finds
an "Intelligent man."
i "Scott the Great, Obstacle."
Tbrso letters throw a revealing light
nn tho Inner nnturo of McClellan, bis
strength nnd weakness, tie Is an un-
'tiring worker, Torone thing, .and ls:in-
. spiring tbccnhny pwltb ills. own, .energy
On Aug, bewrltcsi, "I hawhnd a
Imsy day: -Started "from 'here nt 7 -In
I he morning nnd was In tbe saddle tin
til about 0 this evening: rndo over the
ndvnnced position on the other side of
tho river, was soundly drenched In n
bard rain nnd havo been busy over
since my rctum. Things are Improv
ing dally. General Scott is the great
obstacle. lie will not comprehend tho
danger. 1 have to fight my way against
him. Tomorrow tho question will prob
ably bo. decided bf giving me absolute
control independently .of htm. i
I rccelvo letter nfter letter. ,bave con-
versatlon after conversation, calling
ton me to anew the nation.' alluding, to
the presidency, dictatorship, etc.'- As I
hope one day ,4o be united -with you
. this wlfel forever Jp -heaven, I have no.
airrh aspiration. I -would cheerfully
take the dictatorship and agree to lay
own.my Uta.. after iho,, country ,s
eared. ' "i? tract aVlrinee (Na
poleon) at Alexandria today and came
up with him. He; aays Baourcgard'a
faendtla tanaI.H. . , ,, t '
The general's hope ot being Inde
pendent of Scott, was ..delayed for ten
dare., lt-wasmot-untll,.Vug. 20,trfot ha
bod bla'wny -and the 'Order was -given
forming tbe Army of tbe Potomac.
Still , .Asrine; iBeaurefard.,
On 'Aug. 1 he writes, "If Beau
regard .will give me another a week or
iten Bays ( 'Wl fael.rulis comfortable'
again.-- Oh'tbo JBth. his ralud Is stilt
runnlngifOn" the same theme, for ho
amys-.vaaa iibaroet -tired, out; I cannot
ttet,oaojBisiaieia,Teaf aunng uie -ouy,
and sleep ,wl'h one eyc.oimnMooklng
out ehstsy. Xor4Deoiiranrd, ,who.,I
thmkt ,haa, s9raaC,Taltoa of; mold nc a
dash In this direction; General-Scott
is the most dangerous-antagonist I
have." Ttienoxt day It Is oven worse.
"I am in a terrible place." lie suys.
"Tbo enemy havo from threo to four
times my forco; tbe president, the old
general, cannot or will not see the true
.atato of affairs," But tbat night Uiero
Is n rirt.lit.iheclotjdJv , "fleuorsJ ttcotr
Is at last oiHtulliB his eyes," runs tli'
letter, to tbe fart that 1 nm right an'
that wo nre In Imminent danger." On
Aug. IS bo Is still more hopeful, "It
Beauregard does not attack In two
days Im bus lot every chnnee uf suc
cess." Ou I he Ihlli McL'lellnn udiU,
"If (III week puaniM without n bAltlo
nnd lei'iiforeenients coiiik In I i'liu II
feel Hint I lie dunguruu point In
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