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COLUMBUS.
OHIO; FRIDAY ;MORNING; AUG; 2;i86L
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(L)t 0l)i0 Statesman
DAILY, TI-WEEKLY AID WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
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CT OfflM Hot. 86, SI n4 40, Horth High It
tu TIBMB WVABIABtY tS ADVAM01. ,
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' Ui CurrUr, per wk, ati.
Crl-Weekly ' I 00 ptr nu.
nun of AdTcrtlslng kf ttie aqnre.
On iqur I U.'. 94 00
On . " wki.. 3 00
One ' mor.tht 18 00
3d ' 6 month! IS 00
)a ' S moothi 40 00
0d - . K monttii 8 00
Oat , I auntU. r t 00
OMj " link... 17J
On " Jdyi...l0e
On " dyi... 71
Ob llnwracm 50
Diiplurel tdTTtliBnU half mora thin th kbon
t. , i -.
AdTrtlmnt( ktded ud vlteti In th oolanao!
8 otclal Notloei," douUt ths ordinary ratn. .
All uotlcet nqaltM to k publlih by U, lefslrtU.
If orderad on th Inild alulTly tfter th firtwk
pit cnt. more thin th abor rain; bmt nil noh wll
p ncr in th Tal-WMklj without ehuf.
BuiiatHOkrdf,notxoedlng BTilln, perrtu, Ib
U, SO dm Um; ontsld . - i
Notloei of meetlDgi, ehnrlUblM ooietlei, fir oomptnlM,
JftU.t half prlr.' "
All traitnUnt adT4rUummiU tmist b paid for M
IiMThnilewlUBOtbimrl4fra. -- -
Wuklj, um prio M th Dtlly, wnr th tdrrtlt
in the Weekly lone. Wher Tie Pally and Weekly
re both mod, then the ehargt ler tba Weekly will be
an! f therein of the Dally t
No adrertlfement taken eioept for a deftnlt period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
?. A. S. SEttHIIS,
Attorney at Iiaw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
'Jfflcifuo Building, opposite Oapltol tqnai.'
oraoj
jELu OOUOrL3XT3D,
Attorney & Counsellor at law,
MARION, OHIO.
Machine Manniacturing Company
HANVrAOTCUIJ or
STEM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Cftitingf, XUl-Bwrins, Xaohtatry. .
. - . AllO, , ,
Xt-aUxroaca. w oxrls.
or mtr vncuirnon.
. OOLCnBCS, OHIO 1
OHAS. AM BOS, gop-. P. AM BOB, Tma.
deell. iasa-u
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time.
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
srirfu,,'""i",!xr"-'"
yTii
RAILROAD.
CoDnacUngatOniUlM with the PIITSBUBOB, IT
WATNB At 0BIOAO0 RAILROAD
for PitttbwrgK, PhilwUlpMa and Baltimon
i . for Tori Wayn4 and CUaoff. .
Connecting at Clereland with the LAKI BH0BB BAIL-
. - OBOAD
For Dan kirk, Buffalo, Albann Boo
i; Un, and New York.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
XX0IPX SUNDAY,
from Colombo, in eonneotlon with Trainion th
LITTLB ' niAlM AND COLVtilBVS
AND XCN1A BAILBOADD.
IIMT XBAIN.
NI0BT IXPH38.-LTe0olumbuat3.0 A,M
will ware tMDfere at an eiauene sonu or uauon,
top at Delaware, Aahley, Cardlngton and Qllead, and
at all ttatlone north of Oalloa, arrirhig at Cleveland
at 9.00 A. H., Dunkirk 100 P.M., Buffalo 4:83 P. af.
Albany I.S0 A. tt.. New Tork 135 A. at., Boetoa 8: JO
P. at., Pltteburgk VU OreeUlne 1:80 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago tU OreeUlne at 7-O0 P. U, .,
- - - sboonb train. ,. ; r..
NIW YORK XXPRX 88 LeaTe Oolnmbu at 11:10
a. m. Wlllitop at Lewie Centre, (for Whit lolphar
gprlngi), Delaware, Oardiniton, Gallon, OreeUlne, Hhel
by. Mew London, Wellington and ttrafton, arrire at
Olneland at 1:33 p. m.i Dunkirk, tM p. m. Buf
falo, 10183 p. m j Albany, B: a. .; New Yoik, 1:5
S. .; Boeton, 4:40 p.m. Thii Train oonneota at 8ol
y for Banduiky, and at Quftoa tor Toledo, arrlrlng at
Tolewat0:0p. o.
. ),,.. ,,, ,. ' THIRD TRAIN. . .'i
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION LeaTet Colnmbai
at l:W p. at. Will itop at all itatloni loath of
Sbelby, and at Mew London, Wellington, Arafton,
and Berea; arrlrlng at Clereland at 8.S0 p. m.t Dun
klrr, 1:00a. ai.t Buffalo, SSOa. m.j Albany, 90 p. a.;
.NewYerk, 7Mp. b. Boeton, ll:45p.m. PiiUburgh,
via erertllne, at ll:Up. m. Phlladelphht, 1:00 p. m.,
Chloagev Oreatline', 1:46 a. m. Thla Train eonneotl
at khelby fer Banduaky and Toledo, arrlTlnf at Toledo
at 8:33 p.m. , . T ,
Patent Bleeping Can ara ran ' on all
. . ; ' lTigat Traini to Chicago, Saw I
York and Boiton. A ';;
Mtxqquqt OiicUd Thrvg to Xim Tork and Motion
-, fia (Xftlandj aUo, td PkUaAHpM and
. Hu iorioia Ortttiin. ) - ...
RETURNING. '
NIhtBipreaiarriTat0olumbuiat...ll:15 P. at.
Cincinnati Bxpree arrlTea at Oolumbm at 10:30 A. M.
Aotenunodatlen Xxpren arrtree at Oolnmbu at 7:30
P.M. - ' ;
Faro as L,w an by amy thor Bonte.
Atk for Tickttt via Crallim tr CiexnUnd.
' ' B. ILINT. '
. . K Superintendent, Clereland, Ohio.
, " " . JAMBB PATTBB80N, Agent, .
Ooiumbos, Ohio.
Colnmbui, June 17, 1981. - -
100
HF. CH GBBEN Ud BLACK
TltAS lOO ban nrlnw Rl Oonee..
1 BO pocket ld Dutch aTramnt jtTt Coffee,
aOObble.atandard White Sugar, oenedtlBf of Pow
V K h.M lUt Mt IUHIM.
dr6 ObrnahM, wranuiatea A ana o uoue.
60 qnlntaleOeerge Bank Oodnik. -
BObbl. Meea and Mo, 1 Mackerel., fc .
5 toa. Pick Stlmon.
lOObz. Layer Ratrlni.
60M. bozdo. do ..... ...... , . .
lOO MOlgara, different erandi and gradei.
nonr .. . , , ,,...nn,novuaau'
r.i. c. lilliey ;;;
UJLMI3Xl
Ml Blank-Book Kantilmturer,
marlVdly .,.:': . .v ."rvf" Tf t
Red. White and Bine
TEliAIIfV:(l,'
A
Jn.topenb,'"r U ." w
.c i( i.i t.-i-i in lift' BAJQI as SON,
aprSI No. 89 South High street.
33 aOlIXT tits . OON
. H0.89.B0UTH Hlaa MRIBT. " '
Haei Inat reedred a eW make of HOOP IXT1TI
BnishedUanuuineTfar rapeTrottoany yet lliwdnd
UKABILTY AND" GRACErULNESP.!
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WORCESTER'S
.ii
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
thi LVteitTleiaigM Bart,
ina cneapeit BeoaulO tna Best, -
"Tho ffloii BellaajA ataatdard An-
boritjr ! tbo Bag- lit LanarMB"
: StITudr4Jm4aIiuoatortofOMo,
'THB' BBST. KNULIBH DICTIONARY XXTANI.n
ii'- .. i' ' Uttrart Mm JPaeryetAer,
'He i are nnwarde of a Hundred Thouetnd Word.
wboee mnltlfarioaa mean Inn and derlratlona, together
with their correct epelUng.and pronnaelaUon an clearly
rt before Um i.,;,, ., .
" Oiruiinnaii Oorimonial.
Mud th teltloni of tha Mmbon of tM Ohio Btatt
' Th nnderrlgned, memben of the Ohio Bute Tenohtn
AeoodaUon, adostandalm torn In teaching. writing
and apeakmg, the orthography and ' pronunciation of
Worcwter'i Royal Quarto Diotlonary, and we moat cor
dially reoommend It a the moat reliable atandard an
uarity el th BngUin language, a It i now written and
Loan Ananwa, President Kenyon College
at. D, Ltewrrr, Buperlntondenl ZaneerUle School,
To. W. HatTtr, Bup't Maiatlon Union Bchooie.
M. F. Oowniar, Bup't Publle Bchoola, Banduky,
Jon Lthch, Inp't Public Bchoola, OlroleTille.
B. N. Banronn, Principal Clereland female Bnlna-
n-
, Wk. MrrcBrxL, Bnp't Pnbllo Bchooli, Mt. Union.
Joan 0MK, Principal State Normal School, Minna
Iota. ' . -
Onne Niidh. PrfnMnal Vnnrfli TntomMltla RVbnfil.
OlncmnaU.
H. 8. MutTiM, Bup't Canton Union Bohooli. 4 ,
1 BnwtnBaaaL, Principal MoNeely Normal Bchnol. -i
Xu T. Tareui, Pref. Mathematl, Ohk Unlranlty.
: W tY. Bnwanae lop't Troy Union Beheet.-,! '.
A. . HoniM, rrioclpal Wen Mlf h Bxheol, flier
land. . . " ' . j . iv" i ... '' 1 "
I. A. NokTon, Aaeociat Principal High School, Clere-
aVI..' - ' A - -.1
TmoBOM Smuxo, Principal High School, Oler
land. " "" ' ir:' 1 " ' '' " '
i B. r. Honlrroii, Principal Clereland Inrtlrnt. - -.
. A. eanrann, Preildent of Xlectle Inititm, El'
ff. I. Hii,Prof. of Cbemlitry, Obi WI7M
UnlTtiilly.
B. H. Banner. Xz-OemmlHionerof Common Bohooli,
A.
Villi ' "
Jium Moirton, Prof. Bhetorio, Obenin colleg
Twoa.nn.f..mltafit AntlMh On11ve.
0. W. H. OaTHoakT, Prof. MathtmaUcf, High
School, Dayton.
B. 0. Caunaual, Prof, Language. High School,
vsyion.
, B. M, Biiant, Bnp't Union Bohooli, Aihlaad.
i kor than Sim Svndrtd oOur PrnidtnU of Coll
Mt, Profouoro, AulHort and XHtUnfuithtd S&uoa-
wrw, MO0 0MOTOOH UI4 UOOVO OOnHmOfU.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
I MaamrrA Coum "It I tmly h magniBcent work.
in honor to the author, th nuWIaheri, and th whole
eoonxry, irreaiaeni andirwi.
' Onto Tmna UirmauiTT-"It exoeedi my erpecta-
noni. It wUl be avr tu4 ia eeliioarepn and pronun
ciation, and will often b eonaultedbymeforiU neat
and aocnratO deflnlUona." President Thorn peon
1 W. B, Xciaono Cotiaaa. "neretofore w hare need
Webeter I orthography. At a recent meeting of oar
faculty, it waa decided to ehanie it to conform to that
of Woroetter'i Royal .Quarto Dictionary." Preildent
Oerneld. -
Waarnta Barotvn Ooittoi. "I find It worthy of
crdial approbaUon." PreWnt Bltoncoek
' Onaun Ooiieon. "It mere than meetj my erpecta
ttona. I re cum mend It a th itandard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." Preeioent
morgan.
Ajrnoc Coauot. "I adopt and arm (o u In teach'
tag, writtngand (peaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of wo router I oyu Buano aricnonary."
mjUh Hill - ' J '
"In all mr wrltln. toeaklni. and teachlnr , I hare n
deayored to . conform to the rale for orthography and
pronunciation ae ooattlDtd tn worceeter iuicuonary
Horace Maim, late treeident. , - ,
Karros Onitnew, Culinm 'I moat cordially reconv
Bond It a th moat reliable atandard authority of the
agltati language a It hi new written and apoken."
President Andrew. . ' .
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Kv. AnoonSmfOk, OomnUtton of Common
. WtOOM t VMO.
"Th Dictionary I an Imperishable monument to th
learning and industry of it author, and an honor to the
world of tetters. Th mechanlwal sxecutlon la far eope
rler to that of any other Leaieoa wuk whlon I am ac
quainted." I . : r .
From Bon. ' M. B. tomoy. Mm-OommUtlonor of
aCAOOto fn taie.
The most reliable itandard authority of, th Ian-
Pteg." ... . .. ,
WHAT TBI
Leadins Newnrpttpajx of Ohio Bar
tromtlu OUoOtmi BtraJd of MorchlB. .
Th orthography f On Worcester Dictionary It that
dm UJ MilTW L, ,1 DUl Mlt, wiiiiwi, w, awilNWi. " h...
oonntry and Bngland, and eonform to the general usage
. . I , . .1, J1.IUj.Im Ih .hi.
of ordinary writers sno spouers. ...
i Whatmr nreindice mar bar existed nrerlously
oareral .eoAw nf thie -alnme will Invariable be followed
by a warm appreciation ef It great merits, and a d eel re
to add it to th well selected library, be it large or email,
It is a library in Itself, ana wiu remain en imperuua
bl reoord of the teaming of lte oompller.
from O -OtookmaH Oommtroial of April 80.
Here ar ncwardi of hundred thousand word good.
bad and Indifferent Whose multifarious meaning and
derivation, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before. tu eye. The work 11
nnqejwttectably the greatest Thenurns of XngUah Word
rr pnouanea. --
IromtUaUoAtMdPlaindtaUr of Sept. 80, 18(0
Mridentl WoanaeTn' BoTak QnakTO DicnoXAUT is
of aaiv Me lost. i (A aarr wr or IM Xtna r u-
mei.andeui by Bo pomlbUlty suffer by comparison or
oontroreray, , .. . ,"l
j ' Prom Me Tbledo Mad of Bat S.
Aa to raoxsncuTioei. Woacnma a u BrAiroatn
followed by our best authors; In dennlllon be tear
nothing to be desired, and OkTaoejaanrr it if snfflctent
to say that woacnrraa can no aaieiy loiioweo
IltenAlTI At BVAGG,
Pnbllalier, Booknolloro k Stationer,
j MO. 191 fUPXRIOS BT., CLITXLAND, OHIO.
jmaiO ; ....
, THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
.v - ". ; ,' r: Of
Xewarls;, W- T-
DlYlaona Jannarf i, isb 1 , 4S For Cent.
AEIXTB.. ,...........-.. .....-ai12S 60
atataminnt JamteArp- l, iBBls
Balance, pet statement Jen. let, I860.... .13,406,50) 39
Beeaired lor Preaslajna onr- '
Ina th 1 ear IBtto.. ........ 7tu,uw .. ,.
clTd for InUreit daring
Ih year 1880 814,014 19
Total reoelotl for 1860..1977,007 74
Paid Claims by Dath,367,060 00 ',
Paid PoUcles larren
end 41.111 29 ' - - '
Paid lalarlea, Poet-. ;-
age, Taxes, x-
ehanf. 31,830 34
Paid Ooeamlssto- to -
Agonal 3U
rWPbyelolaae'fees. S,U 7S i
Paid AnmHteaM. A.S17 00
TII.LI-.A. irln-i . ..):'
teftaei ear-....lotilovu.i MU.uyi as 1 til,y if
I -
Net BaJano January 1st 1861.
..85,8IS558 SO
I M2 ' ,J V A88BT8. ' " '.'
Oeshon hand......'.... '" 18,628119 '
nonas aa mortgage on steal
Betate, worth double th
amoant loaned 9 337.841 f
Premlnaa Notes, osi Pollclc
In ton, only drawing per
eat- intereatit,.,..... 1V79,84 17
sal Kstate 80.803 87
Loans on Icrlp " 3,931 44
Piamlwii MettoaadOnsa, la
eonrae f tramniaivn. 43417
Total Assets
t3,8iaMS0
TT5 foUote la tome, Insuring.
at6ieB3a
.1,431 aew rouctes have been
pear.
After a erefo.l calouUUon of the ne4 vala ef th
outstanding Pollcleiof th Company, and baring fh
tieosseary omewni tn reserve therefor, the Directors
hv declared Drvrsenr ef 49 ptroent. ea Ih PremV
eats paid at Use table sates, to aU policies for ttfe in foecn,
baaed prior to January 1, I860, payable according to the
present ml of th Company.
Bate for all kinds of Lite Oontmgwetes, Proepeo.
uees, Statements, and Applications, will be famished
wrrnotrr ons, at ta OUice er Agescie ef the Com-
MP I'i V.S'U, J."
.,,. .r. . 0 aroYBB. Vis Preildent.
ItRftftimiai letary. '"
r JU PJtAMOlf, sfil,
No. d Johnson Block.
'itarefc IS, 1B61. 'r Colttmbn,0.
TltAtN AND
riOtTftEto BLACK
JT DRXBS SILKS, ef every gnute.
l b most eaieei
ftartaMAtkatbesliy,
ad at most raMMbl rawa.
at- AJj 4S80K.,
i, . Ho. B leavfc HiAa!ret
..n j, ...:-.." ,.i j
'''.'j ,-t a
' -', lb l.l-l-l'. Ll
aprlia
1
IM.- 1 !. t
Aver'sSafsabarilla
- m f. earn.
A Compound rernedy, aeiignea to bo tho mont
ffectnnl, AUtrativo that can bo made. It is
concentrated extract of Para Swiaparilla,
to combined, widt other lubatancea Of atill
greater alterative power a to afford an ettec
bTe antidoto for the diaeawa Sarsaparilla ii
reputed to cure. It is beliered that aucb a
remedy la wanted by tnose who tuner xrom
Strumoui complaint, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
aerrice to this large class ot ouraimctea leuow
citizeni. ' How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of die worst cases to bp found of the following
complaints:-' ' 1 '" ',' - - ' ; '
SoROrCLA AND SOBOFvLOUS COMPLAINTS,
Eruptions and Ercttitb Diseases, TJlcsss,
Pimplei, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Siruamo Ar
rBOTiONi, Mbrourial Disease, Dbopst, K tu-
BALOIA OR TlO DOVLOVREVX, DEBILITY, DYS
PEPSIA AND INDIOBSTION, ERYSIPELAS, ROSE
or St. Anthony'! Firs, and indeed the whole
class of complaints ariainfrtrm Impurity or
the Blood. i-r.',
This compound will D6rtiund a great pro-,
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud, -Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
ores, through which the aystem will strive to
rid itself of eorniptiona, if not aasisted to do
this througrt the. natural channels of le body
by an alterative inedioihe. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
wnenever U is foul, ana your ladings will toil
You when. ' Even where no particular disorder.
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. : Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well : but with this
Tjabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown. -.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiotuly deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. : ' u-
During late rears the publio have been mis
led by large bottles, protending to give a quart
of Extract of SorsoDavilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla. but often no curative Drocerbes whatev
er. Hence, bitter and Tjninful duuronointment
has followed the use oftho various, extracts of
Sannparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despise!, and hits become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to aupply such a remedy as shall rescue the
nam from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think wo have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend,
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
bo judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle., ., ,
PREPARED BY
DR. J. C. AYin & CO.
LOWELL. MASS.
Prloe, f 1 per Bottl , six Bottles for $9.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cur of
very variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
It it entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
eviaence of its virtue, wherover it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant us
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept tip to the beat
it ever has been, and that it may b relied on to
00 lor their reuof an it ha ever been round to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
TOR THB CURB OP -
CVuftVerisM, Jaxmdict, Dijspeptia, Indigestion,
Dytenttry, Foul Stomach, Erytiptlat, Headache,
Piles, Rhevmatitmi Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Turners and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pitt, and for Purifying the Blood.
Ther are susar-coated. so that the most sensi-
tir can take them pleasantly, and they are the
bet aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic. .; . i
Price 89 cents per Box ; Fivo boxes for $1.00.
. Oreat numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, Statos
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remediei, but our space hare will not permit the
Insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Amerioan Almanao in which they
ar given ; with also full description of the above
complaints, and th treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. - " "' '!- "
: Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
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want th best aid there is for them, and thejr should
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The Battle of Bull Run.
OFFICIAL REPORT OF GENERAL SCHENCK.
SECOND BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION.
DEPARTMENT N. E. VIRGINIA, July 23, 1861.
ToBrlg.-Geu. Trua, Commanding First Di-
VUlOOl , -'.I ((! fit t -..1 .- ..1 .". '-.J c
General: I have the honor to submit this re
port of the movements and service of my brig
ade la the battle at Ball Ran, off the Ga!ne
vine roao, on tne suss Inst.. . -..j r....,-i..i
Leaving my camp, one mile soath of Centre
ville, at 2i o'olook A. M. of that day, I march
ed at the head of poor division, at ordered, with
my commend in ooluma. la the following or
der: tbe First Regiment of Ohio Volunteer.
Col. IMcCook; the Seoond Ohio, Lieut. Col.
Mason i the Second New York State Militia.
Col. Tompkins; and Capt. Carlisle's Battery of
Light Artillery, aix(C) brasa guns. To Capt.
Carliale'a command was also attached the laree
Parrott gun, 30-pounder, under direction of
Liieui. uaines, ot to artillery corps.' - -j
Prooeedine: alowlv and carefully, oreoeded
by five companies of skirmishers oi the Frit and
Second.Obto, which I threw out on either tide
of tbe road, .we approached the bridge over
Bull Ran, beyond which the rebels were under,
stood to bo posted and entrenched, and to with
in distance of perbape three-ioartba of a mil
ot their batteries, on tba other side of the
cream. . - v.- - .. . - .j
In obedience to your command, on first discov
ery of the oreaence of the enemy's infantrv
forming into line on the hill-side beyond the
Ron, 1 deployed my three regiment of Infantry
to the left of the road, and formed them in lino
01 oattie in front of his right. . Thus my eom-
mand waa constituted the left wing of our divis
ion, tsoi- Doorman's brigade coming np and tax
ing position to ths risht of tba road, -si ,
After tho fir had been opened by discharge
of the large Parrott gun from th center in tbe
direction of th enemy's work, I moved my ex.
tenaea uoe gradually lorward at Intervals, tak
ing advantage of th ground until I bad my
foroe sheltered partly in a hollow covered by a
ridge and wood In front; and partly by the edge
of th timber lying between u and th run.
Here we lay. tn pursuance of your orders, for
perhaps two and a half or three hoars, with no
evidence of our nearness to th tnemy except
th occasional firing of musketry by our skir
mishers in tho wood In front, answered by the
muskets or rifles of the enemy, to whom oar
presence and position wer thus indicated, with
a view to distract his attention from the ap
proach of CoL Hunter' force from above and
in bla rear.-. At tbia time I reeeived vour no
tice and order, announcing that Hunter was
heard lrom that he had crossed, and waa com
ing down about two mile abor us, and direct
ing that if I aaw any signs of a stampede of the
enemy lb front, I should make a dash with tbe
two Ohio regiments, keeping the New York
regiment in reserve, cor thia movement 1 im
mediately formed and prepared.
Soon after, and when, by th firing of artil
lery and musketry in front at the right, it ap
peared that the rebels were actively engaged in
their position by our foroe on the other aide of
tbe stream, I received yonr order to extend my
lino still farther to tbe left, sendlne forward
Col. MoCook'e regiment to feel the battery of
tne enemy, which waa ascertained to be on the
hill covering the ford, half a mile below the
bridge, ana supporting him witb my two otber
regiments. This was Immediately don. Col.
MeCook advanced in that direction along the
road, which w round to be a narrow track
through a pine wood, thick and close with ns
dergrowlh, and flanked on either side by ambus.
cade of brush-work, which were now, however,
abandoned. - Reaching the bead of this narrow
road, where it opened upon the stream, CoL
MoCook found th battery to be a strong earth
work immediately opposite, mounted with at
least four heavy gun, and commanding the
outlet from the wood. An open space ot low
ground lay between, with a cornfield to the left,
th direct diitanc across the enemy's battery
being 350 yards. ; - - .
' Behind the battery, and lupporting it, were
discovered some lour regiments ot tbe rebel
troops, while rifle-pits were seen directly In front
of it. The First Regiment was ther deployed
to the left in the edge of tbo woods and Into tbe
-oocufieldi one company, Captain Kelli's, being
thrown forward toward th Run, up to within.
perhaps, twenty yards of tbo battery. While
Ui was don, t advanced tbe Seoond Ohio, fol
lowed by tbo Seoond New York, towards the
hsad of tbe road, In supporting distance from
ti First Ohio, Lieut.-Col. Mason' Regiment
Cling also to th left. Receiving Col. McCook's
report of th battery, and that it would be im
possible to turn it with any lore w bad, I lm
Mediately dispatched a message to tba center
to bring up some piece of artillery to engage
the enemy from th bead of th road... In th
mantlm th enemy, discovering onr prowess
and position in th wood, and evidently having
th exact range of th road w wet occupying,
opened on us with a heavy fir if shell and
found and grape shot. j t. s :: - d.",-:.
To avoid th effect of this a much as posal.
ole, I ordered th man to fall t back into th
woods on e&ch aid of -the , road, And wa
preaently reinforced by two guns of Ayree's
battery, under lieutenant rtansom, which pas,
d to th head of tbe road. A brisk n
nonadlng was then opened, bat very unequal
one, on account of th superior foroe and metal
of th enemy. - While f hi continued, I ieit my
bora and passed tnrougn tea wood, and re
mained eome time by our guns, to b satisfied
whether we wer making any impression upon
tb enemy' work. I soon fonnd that it was
not tho to be carried, and each also waa tbe
opinion of the officer in charge of th guns.
Retiring, i lound that tbe moat ot my two reg
iment in th rear had iallen back out of rang
oi in not ana constant nre ot tne enemy's can'
oon, against wnicn tney naa nouung to oddoso
The suffering from this fire was principally with
the Second New York, as they were In the line
wher moat or tb shell and shot tell that pass
ed over the heads of th Second Ohio. .. .
Taking with me two companies of the Second
Ohio, which were yet in th woods maintaining
their position, I returned, to cover and bring
away Ransom's guns. It was just at this plaoe
and point of time that yon visited yourself the
position we Wer leaving. , I must not omit
apeak with commendation of th admirable
manner in which these guns of ours were bandied
and servetLby th officers and men having them
in charge. . And I may notice th faot, also,
that a we wer withdrawing from this point we
saw another heavy train of the enemj'g gang
arrive, and move up the stream on. th other
aide Of their battery with which we. bad. been
engaged, along what I supposed to b tb road
from Manassas, towards wher th battle was
raging with onr troop on th right.
My three regiment being all called In, then
retired and reated in good order, at the center
of the front, noar th turnpik. p(.Her waa in
formed by Col. McCook that yoa bad crossed
the Ron above, witb other portions of onr di
vialon, and left with him an order for m to re
main with my infantry In that position, support
ing variiBi Dauory, wucji wa poated aloe
to uo roea on tne tignt,- wa wa one P. M
Capt. Carlisle, while we thus reated. waa nlav-
ina with much aDDarent effect anon th n.n,'.
workiaoroes th Run, with hi two rifled pieces,
aa wa aieo iieut uaines witn u large ler
rott gun., Soon after, having enooenlre and
cheering report, confirmed by what w could
observe, of the saooess of our arm on the other
Side of tbe Kan, a aisaovared that bodies of the
enemy were In motion, probably retreating,
their tight. To scatter these end. hasten their
tight, I ordered, into th xoad towards the
bridge, the two rifled guns, and bad several
founds fired with manifest vers (ffeot, .,Tbl.
kow ever, drew from th nemy's batteries again
i warm aod adcik fire of hll,and with rifled ean-
soa, on our position on th road, whioh oontinaed
afterward and with littl intermission, with loss
M some live again in my We j ..York regiment,
nnui tne otose ot tne num. .
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While this was going en, Capt. Alexander, of
tb Engineer Corps, brought p th company of
pioneers, , or x-men, which, with it officer
and sixty men, had been entirely detailed from
the regiment, of my brigade to open eoom
muoioatlon over the bridge, aodj through tbe
bry abattia whioh obstructed th pasaag of
troops on our front beyond tb Ran. . To sap
port him while thus epgigcd I brought up, end
placed In the road toward the bridge, AfoCook's
sad -Tompkins's Regiment, detailiog also, aod
lending forward to the bridge a company of tb
Second New Yorkers, to. cover th men while
catting through tb enemy's ebattls. A second
company from Lieut. Pol, Mason's oommand
was also brought forward witb axes, afterwards,
to aid in clearing the obstructions, and thus. In
a ihort tim, Capt, Alexander succeeded in
opening .a passage. , Capt. ; Carlisle's battery
waa now posted on the hillside, is tb opes
field, to the left of the road towards the bridge.
' Very soon after, some reverseiof fortune ap
pearing to hare taken place with. oar troops on
the otber aide, who were falling back up the
Run, it, waa discovered and reported to me
that a large body of tbe enemy had passed
over th stream below lb bridge, and were
advancing through a wood In. tb low ground
at our left , with an evident purpose to flank
us, , To intercept this movement, I ordered
forward Into the road, still lower down, two
Of Carlialea brass - howitzers, a lav rounds
from which, quickly served, drove th rebels
from tbe woods and back to the other side
of tbe atream. . It was not, long after thla
that the unpleasant intallieenca eame of onr
army being in retreat from tb front aorosa th
lora aoove, and tb order wa received to fall
back on Centreville. Th retreat of my Brig
ade, being now in tb rear of oor Diriaion, was
cooduoted In th reverse order of our march in
the morning, the Second New York moving first,
and being followed by the Second and First
Ohio, the two latter regiments preserving their
lines in gooa aegree, rallying together, and ar.
riving at Centreville with cloeed ranks and
sharing comparatively little in the panic which
characterized so oainfullv that retreat, and
which aeemed to be occasioned more by the fear
vi irignienea teamsters, and of burying and
excited: ctntitani (ttAo ouoaf never tt have, keen
there), than even by Ih recklea disorder and
want of discipline of straggling aoldiera. Neat
th house which was occupied aa a hospital for
the wounded, about a mile from tbe battle
ground, a dashing charge was made upon tbe
retreating oolomn by a body of tbe rebel caval
ry, which wa gallantly repelled, and princi
pally by two companies f tb Second Ohio,
with loS on both sides. Here, also, in this at
tack, occurred some of the casualties in the
Second New York Regiment. From this point
to Centreville. a Dortiou of the First Ohio waa
detailed, under command of Lieut, Col. Par
rott, and acted efficiently as a rear guard, cov
ering the retreat. Arrived at Centreville, I
baited the two Ohio Reglmenta on the bill, and
prooeeaea to oall on Uen. McDowell, whom
lound engaged In rallying the reserve of tbe
army and other troops In line of battle to meet
an expected attack that night of the enemy at
that point. I offered him our services, and
asked for orders, premising, however, that nnfed
and weary troops, who had been 17 hoars on the
march and battlefield, might not be very effec
tive, uniess it were to be posted as a reserve in
case of a later emereencv. Gen. McDowell
directed me to take them to (he foot of tbe hill,
there to atay and encamp. Thia I did, estab
lishing the two regiments together in tbe wood
to the left of the turnpike.
. After resting here about two hour. I wa no
tified that - your division, with tbe rest of the
lorces nnaer tbe Genera! commanding, were
leaving Centreville, and received your order to
fall back on Washington. -1 took the route by
Fairfax Court House, and thence aoroes to
Vienna, arriving at tbe latter place at 3, A.
M., on the morning of the 22d, end there rest
ing the troona for two honm In an men fluid.
During th march w did what wa poaalbl
cover the rear of the oolomn then scattered on
the road. Two miles or less thia side of Vienna,
Col. Cool, with tbe main body of his regiment,
turned upon the road leading to tbe Chain
Bridge over the Potomao, thinking It might be
a better way, and at the same time afford, by
tbe presence of a large and organized body,
protection to any stragglers that might have
taken that route.- Lieutenant-Colonel Ma
son, with the Seoond Ohio, marched in by the
way ox reus unurcn ana uamp Upton.
; The return of tb Ohio reglmenta to Wash
ington was made necessary by the fast that their
term of service having expired, they ar at eao
to o sent nome to o mustered out of service,
t Not having been able t obtain yet complete
or ausisctory returns oi an to casualties In
tbe battle, in the dlfferent'oorp of my brigade,
I ahall reserve the list of them for a aarjarate
report, which I will furnish aa soon aa practicable-
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I am very respectfully, ' - '
j . Your obedient -
ROBERT SCHENCK
Brigadier-General.
"Tall Running."
to
Tb Anurtcaa, edited bv a valiant narson.
says there was torn tail running from Ball's
nun.' Liorejoy, toe abolition member of Con
gress from Illinois, was the first to reach the
white House, almost breathless from bla rapid
flight, and announced to the President the dis
aster to tbe federal fare... Th American,
rabid Republican print, give tb following ad
ditional account of the distinguished Renubll-
eans who concluded that the better part
yaior waa aiscretion, ana tnereiore showed tbolr
heels to th enemy; - ' '
I It appears that other distinguished Indianlan
than Stat Agent Hudson "had the pleasure
participating" in the Bull's Ran affair. A bird
from the seen of aotlon Inform na that fore
most among the "participator" were Hon.
Henry 8. Lane, and John Peter Clever Shanks,
Whilom of Congress, but now of Gen. Fre
mont' staff. They had ion down to snuff th
battl from afar (w think th farther off tb
better for snch soldier), and "had th pleasure
of participating," at a distance, until the chaae
began. - In no mood for being distanced, they
promptly made tracks for the conveyance which
bad brought them oat, only to Bud, when arriv
ing where it ought to have been, that horses
were a vain thing for safety in time of stam
pedes, when, as concerning umbrellas in a rain,
the laws of mrtim and tuum are wholly susDend-
ad. Their conveyance bad heard tbe newa too,
and was off. " ' " .
How tbey managed to get a borse between
them: how they stripped the barneaa off: how
they arranged. lo ride bare-back alternately,
then how, by the aid oft musketi Shanks,
Whose turn it waa just then to be on foot, nog
teased himself of a mu el all this, and
they rode, Gilpin like, into Waahington,
would not tell for a dollar, but we respectfully
refer tb curious to th honorable gentlemen
themselves, adding only that they made good
time and arrived at Washington wiser, if
better men. ... . -,- .
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I ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
tllRSONAL property belonrtnr to the estate of Prank
JT Cravsnr, deoeased, consisting ehMOyof a HORSI
and DRAY, will be sold tt publle vendue, at th orer
of atgh and C harry streets, km Oelambae, ea eke
dtp of July. A. D. letil, oamecUg at 10 o'clock
tne lorenoon.
? T" , BBWARB If1. IITZGXBALD,
i Warden A Dress 1, Att'ys.- Administrator
1 1 jUr wit i a' ? n.
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Dissolution.
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rpHE CO-PXKTlYEHSHtP HEBETO
JL for extsUng between the undersigned, under
firm named ARstlTBOMt THOMPSON, wee dlssolv
dy mutual eoassnt the Ore lap of April, -18S1.
The baelnessof the Ut Arm will be settled by B.
Aanrrao)wl,ho continue the buslneti at the old etand.
;' ' '' ' y, B. B. ARMSTRONG
' sayl8-d3w.,!''i ,.l i o-i rHOairSON.
ESTATE OF CHARLES CLARK.
VTOTICI 1 hereby given, that I have han duly
X.J pointed administrator of the estate of C bar
OmrK, late of franklin eointy, eorasd. '
, ....I .-.v.t a j. BAOHBlt OLABK,
B. TU OhHtesdra, Attorney.) ij a .,
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T BPBIXAPI T K ' YYATKMurKeWP
lls CLOAK. CLOTHS. Atse, ether asanas af Spring
u mu V'Otne, in au assiraoi mixture Bindings,
NU and Butters to match. , - BAIN At SON,
; -nprllS. ':"-" N. IS South Blghitreo
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STONE'S BAZAAR.
No. 4 GKvvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & iTTTAPRA -
. w u Aj.a.M.xa. t
A aXKNOWKECEIVINOTHEIBtWlM
A. Ill OOODS, and .Invite th. pubu. te tospeV
them. No aeh stock of Good ha ever been broutht to 1
this market. Th South, In oonseqnence of the failure , . ,
of the grain crop, baa not been able to purchase the ut
aaiquannv or rien goods, and this faot has forced ths
Importers to Mil them at pnbllo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in New York at these lanm sales, took
advantage of them, aod we can and will cell our goods
"S'i ii" toy mt who P"sed.two weeks since,
aid for them fn New York. Our stock isoomplete In -every
depertmeat of ,
ELEGANT DUES 3 SILKS, ,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
., , PRINTED MERIN03, '
, . , . PRINTED COBURG8,
DYED COBUGS;
BLACK ALPACAS,
i ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day, ...
LADIESV FURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. '
Men'i, Ladle and Children'! Under Shirts and Drawers:
Ladles, Missel and Children's Hosiery of sll kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Pleaey Lined and Cotton Glevee
of very make.
ALSO
A complete assortment of all the usual varic
ties of .
LADIES' CLOTHS, '
CASSIMERE9,
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS.
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiei and Gent's linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, 4o. .
To persons who call on na. we nlaitm onia in
show them the largest, beet aod cheapest (took ef wood
ever seen In thla market, or pay them one caller per
hour while looking.
aeci-aiyxtawitw. BTONX 0 HARRA.
NEW ARRIVALS,
OF1
Spring & Summer Millinery.
Tho Stock RypLsnlshyt
PATTYS"
FJIO.YI LATEST IMPORTATION OF
NEW YORK.
MY STOCK OP
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is now complete, comprising (very variety of Mflla
ery; also, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and NoUons, ito., and In quantities and prion list can
not fail to suit all who may favor ns with a call. Th
goodi bav been bought at Panic pricei, and will be sold
at a small advance on oost.
MILLIHEEY
Mis M. E.YOUNG, late or New York City,
will superintend th Millinery Department Her lo: g
experience" in the most Paibionable Xitablishment in
Broadway will alone be a warranty that ab will be able
to giro entire satisfaction In marten of tuts to sll wto
may favor her with their orders.
Th Ladle of Columbus and vicinity will please ac
cept my sines rs thanks for thalr liberal patronage, and
I would respectfully solicit s continuance ot the same.
i R. H. WARE,
08 East Town Bt., Calwaanna, O.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
The Public Works of Ohio.
Orrici or rat Ltsstn or Tan Ptrsuo Woais.
(
Oovoksos, June 13, I8til,
Tlli underslrned hsving become the Leeseee of tie
Publle Works of Ohio, under the act of Mar 8. 1801 .
and having entered Into th possession of said Works,
hereby gtv notice tnet in operating under said lease,
and discharging their duties aider th same, th busi
ness will b transacted witn tne pusiio tnrougn agents
appoleted by the Leeseee, under such rules, regulation,
restriction and limitations, as ahall be prescribed tor
their government.
Those Agents for the present, will oonslst of one Gen
eral Agent. Treasurer and Beeretary, for the Central
Offioe of the Lessees at Columbus; and ths acooeonry
number ef Superintendent of Repairs and Collectors of
Tolls on th several Works embraced In the lease.
The Seneral A rent shall be the principal executive
offlooref th Leesess, and ahall hare ebargeot the gen
eral business offios at Columbus. He shall have super
vision ever the business of the lasisss with th nablic
and as such agent shall execute all contracts, except
those lor labor ana materials oonneoted with the ordina
ry repair of the several Work, and be shall audit and
etna an accounts.
, The duties of th Treasurer and Secretary shall be
snch a ar anally discharged by almllar olBcen in other
lb Superintendents of Repairs shall, on their re-
(peotlv dlf isiona, bare power lo employ and discharge
all subordinate and laborers, and to purchase all tools
and materials seoeesary in the ordinary repair ef such
division, and the same shall be under their special di
raction end management.
The Collectors of Tolls, Water Rents ud Pines, are
Invested with all the authority aod power, provided in
the law of th State and the regulation of the Board .
of Publio Works, mads for that purpose, wbsa such Col
lector acted under appointment and authority frees the
State. . ..
No Individual member ot the Leasee shall bay the
right to transact baste la th name of th Leasees,
witb any parson or person, in any other manner than
throuih the appointed scents, unless specially authoris
ed by th Leeseee ae to do; nor ahall any ene ef the ap
pointed agents nave minority to transact any business
In the name of tbe Leasees, except la the particular
branch of tho business oonAded to him, and subject to
tne restrictions ana limitations oi nil agsney.
No authority to borrow money on the credit of tb
Lessees, shall ever exist in any Leases, agent or other
employee ot the Leasees, unless the asm shall b con
ferred by a unanimous vote of the Lessees, at a regular
meeting, and the amount so antheriscd to be borrowed
speclned in the order and entered on the Journal.
One. W. Hurt reus v la th fleneial Agent of the
Lesssei, BntiAiui X. Surra, Treasurer, and Join
Jovcn, Secretary.
The Superintendents ef Repairs are :
On the at. St B. Canal and W. Ratal. Road Joacra
Coorea, laoas Baowa, Wa. t. Jacssos and Annan L-
SiCKCS.
On th Ohio, Walbeadlng aa Hocking Canal and th
Muskingum Improvement Bossxt H.Noen, I mom a
MiLLsa, Damns McO.aTsrr, BiLTBerxa ktasasnv and '
IWABBaIA. - " ''.(;'
Tb Collectors on th Canals, Muskingum Improve
ment and nUumee Road, are the same that were la the '
oervieeof the Siate at the Um of the execution af the
Leases but all the aforeeal.1 agent held their appoint-'
moats at th pleasure and option of the Leesess.
KRNT JARVI8,
JOttBPH COOPER,
ii- u 1 T i mr ....u
ARNOLD MSDBBkY,
THOU A HOORB,
: THOMAS SHOWN.
Lessees of the Public Woiks-
j H -d3ta3 '
. ' Irish Linea Goods. . ,, . ,
WARRANTED sTABHIO . . r : .
Linen Shirt Boeoma Plain and Isaey
Sblrtlngaad Bosom Linens. ' ' ' 1
' - Linen Bheetlnge aad Ptllew Osslngs. . ,i , ,
Linen Oambrtce and Long Lawn.'
' .' - ' . - lAssm PaeM-esadkVallsIss. 'i '
Lkeaa Towslllngaasd Diapers
Linen Napkins and D'Oylles.
I Linen Table Olothe aod Betln Dsmsska. .1 ,
' . Linen Towels with colored borders.
; ' ' 1 ' Linen BtawOoyereaaeaad Omsk. - "
- '"-'"""'"-BATNSslON. -
AAM ' . ' ' - tfe. SMtk nith etreet. 1 1
mu.! oMirrtNDEN. . . . hcnby t. ciimMm
. S. & H. T. CHITTENDEN
ATTORN I YB AT LAW. .
TCT Offlce. ttt Broadway Hew Tork City, and
Peaseem' Bortune, Cokjmbua, OhI. 'j .. i . .
If7Oarsful atteatlon said to ColleetlMis. t . . .. ,
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