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TBBMS IMTABIAiir III ADYANCB.,, "'
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ordoral o'llitDlalotTljf nfur tnoflntmok
Pr ceu; nor thun thtahor rt; bat IUaoB wU
piMr (n Uio Trt-WeW without ohrg. . . i
BailMMCrdviotexoMling St Uom, ptrntr, la.
ft l, 9 5U per lino; ouUldo f Si,
Notlcoaof movtingi, ohari table oclotlM, Art ooBMinUf
c, half prifej.il r 4
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io lbrtlninotheTrt4ft: - '
Weekly, tame orleratho Dmllv.-whMtiuaAnrtiM
in rtemynroo. Wlitr Hi
hep Dally Woekly
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re iiotnated, then Uie ehM-io Ut
ttr lln rata of Ui Dalls. . . ..
Mo lvrtlement Uktn except for t dettnlt Jrlo4
BUSINESS CARDS, ; ,
Fr A. B. r SEttKISS,
Attorney t Xja.T7r
NOTARY PUBLIC.
OffloeAuboi Building, oppotlta Oaptlol Iqaii. " '
COLUMBUS. OHIO.
Jl OOBOnNlD!
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO, r : t : -v
OOXjTmilSTJO
felacbinc MaQofaetoring Company
KANOfACTDBSM OV
STEAM' ENGINES & BOILERS,
OtitlngH, Mffl-Ctriny, WMhlmf.v .
ALIO,
H. ctllx-oad " ,CI7'ox,lc
, i '.' . of "iitt Dtsautnoii $ X ' u .
coLvra bub, onio.
OHAB.AMnOS, Bnp'l. ;: 5 " P. AMBOI, Tree,
deoll. W58-U . . ,
1861.
1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time.
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, &CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
ConneetlDf t CrettUne with Ura FlIIBDURaO. II.
WAYNB fc 00 10 AGO BAILBOAD
br PUUtmrgK, fkOaitlpMa mnd aUtmo4 Mto
for fort Wav4 and Chicago
Connecting at Cleveland with Hi LAK1 8H0R1 BAIL
. ) ' li it ; . ROAD . i j ., .
For Dunkirk, Baffalo, Albanr, Bo
in, and Mow Vrk.
TpiEE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT BUND AY, " " ' "'
from OoloBboa, is eonneotloa with Tralnion the ,
liITTJLB FlIAini AND COLVItlBVS
AWP XEHIA HAILHUAUS.
' 1 ; v. . FIUST T&AIM. ,J WQi'l P
NIOHT IXPRK88. Learei Columbni at 3.40 A.V
will lean pauangen at all etation aonth of Oallun,
top at Delaware, Aihley, Oardiogtoa and Ollead, and
at allitatiou Berth at Oall.n, uriTlag at C ten land
at 9:0 A. M., DotUIrk 8.00 g, M., Ball.lo 4 SJP. M.
Albany 3.20 A. M., Hew XorK 8.35 Ju. H.. Boeton 1:J0
P. at., Pittabargh Tla Omtllna 8:S0 P. M , Pblladel
pbiafclO A. M. CMcaroTia OreetlUeetT-tfOP. Mr
. BBCOND TRAIN. .;7 .
NBW YORK KXPRaSS Lmtci olambat'at'ililO
a.m. Will atop attewli Centra, for Whit Bulphur
Bprings), Delaware, Oardiogtoa, Gallon, Creatine, Shel
by, hew London, Wolliogtoa and Oraftoa, arrlre at
Oleralaod at 131 p. Dunkirk, &i0 p. .; UnK
falo, loaj p..m i Albany, 86 a. m.!tUwYo.k, 1-45
t. .; Bcilon. 4:40 d. m. Thla Train annm.it HhmU
by for Baodiuky, and at Qufton tor Toledo, arrlTlng at L
Toledo at fl:40 p.
third train..; , ;,'"';
11 AIL AND A00OUM0DATI0N-IavM OolambM
at K.W p. m.'. Will itup at all itatioM South of
Shelby, and at Jlew. Xoadon. frelllngtoo, flraflon,
and. Itarta; aiclvlag at CI. .eland at f:30 p. m l fia
klrh. li;U0a. m. Buffalo, 30a. m.jAlbany'SrSOp.ia.i
Now York, 730 p. m.; Bottoo, J 1:45 p m.t PliUburgJi,
aqrillDe,at 1133 p. m.i PhiUd.lphla, LOO p. a.,
Chloago, via Crcttlloe, 8:43 a. aa. , Ihn Train eonnecil
at alwlby lor Banduaky aa4" Isl1Jo arrtYlig at Toleda
Patent Slicing, Caxi )tri tun
cnall
jxig&t i rains to Cbioago, JSew
.ton via potion, , i
Saggat Cbcitd tknmok Kn York emot Bottom
(a Ofolantl; oho. to fKilaOttpMrntmA j -j
;,!; 'return in q.;,.,;;
Night Itpreo Urlvei atOolUmbai at. ..11:18 P. Hi
Cuelaaall k J pre., arrlre at OolombMat 10:50 A. M.
' AocooaaiodattoA Capreai arrIT. at Oelambu MT:fO
"iA Lj rv-l. .. l. 7... ,'
jwKwrt. vinfKww wpiw, rr
uiH ioB ai I i
-niiijjo ii . , a.B. IUHT.
ri vIiit Supartotwdeat, Clewl
" ,'"'"' '' . . . ..4. J Oolnmkeu.Ohl.iA
Colnmbo!, Jon 17, - . -j. lix:
iVV TfcAS) lOO-bagrprlBM Bio Oosee. rv v
' 1 ft posket eld Colon OoienKubt Jaeo Cofeai y,
76 kmgt Oeyloa Ooffeo.
- aOObble. (tandard White Bngara, aoDitatlng of Pow
Ard,0brualMdanDalatAaa4B'0Seo.
' 00 Ojatntata-Oooril Bank Oodnah. v ,---80
bbl Meaa aud No. 1 Maokoiwt. rn r- .
6 Plok Salmon. - - -
' lOOqr.toa oa d. a ,! , v -. N ,ij OCO.l
llrJ M cigars, aurerent Draco! ana fraaet. .- - j i
noVJ7 , WH. McDOAlD.
mi l.nkl I' 'ill, ii fill. i il. n MHlHi
M " C a 1V L I L LEY" ' 1
I3XP5QP;
; And Elaak.Book Mannfimtnrw,,:
tTOBTH BOOS ITKXET, COLUMBUS, HI0
mrll-dly . ...i
,"Y i .Ne, S8 Bouth High itmt. ,
' 84, SOUTB Hioa StBBX.o Ui K
' IJatt luii rmelrei 4 taakw at ttnrt 1fTtT
Sniaoed ia manner far mperlor to any yd latipdaeed
CURABILlTTjANlGRA
jhi nijri uiiiii . ..j-- J9 ,i
.. d ak rlawl . , . "
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a. - - " -HIT
AL QUARTO PICTIOWi
Tie
'Tbt'irMlI t(atlLft1T iknifil AM
rIJ " 1 Butidnt tintU Mtoomtr Of CU.
"fW BKM XUaUSB DlOTIOKAtlt BiTAST."
I V I la .... ... -
ln.,a r -i.-f.iU..
wIkm malttfarloai BMaalmm aU AvteBtlana. tow. tlx r
Stbef ni Sa"w,6""1"' eprwanalatla areolearly
v i.., u... . ".
SoaA ttoOocloiont of Mo Mm tU Otto StaU
j M 3ioAr'4a-ooMoi.,, . ,,,
Thi UDdrrlrn.d, meaMra of Iba Ohta fliaa Taaohin'
atoelaUoB, adopt ad aim to Mia Malaa, WiiUPS
" HMt. the rtbograpby and , araanoiatloa i
WorOMWr' Hoval Quarto Dlotlonary. and we Boat cot
dlally nwoaaievd It a th auet rwlkthka emu earl aa
thorliy ot ti (agllab languag, aa tt H bow wrlttw t4
pOaO.1 J l...iUM ,c,ll J,.l,.5l'3
Lom Annatwa, PratWent KerjToii CoIImo.
M.. D; I nwm, laperlstrndent It.rrlll School.
Tirnj. Vf . fltarar, .op't Kami ton Onion Schoola,
M.I f . Oowokar. Bnp'l Pobllo Bcboola, lairdaaky. 1
-"-7 "iiwii oop i ramie bcoooi, virewniw;
S. M. Saiiroaa, Principal 0 lore land I ornate S
Wir. Mhcanx, Bnp'l Pntillo (ool. tfK. Union, .-i .
. 'Oka Ownaa. Frinainal BtaU Komi Babul- lilnn.
onttn Naaoa, Prlnolpal loartk Inknaodatte School,
Otartnoatl , p ,
Hi 8. Hakiw, Snp't Canton Union School.
Ibwot htmat. Principal KoNeely Normal School,
lu T. TarraK, Prof. Mathematloa, Ohio Uolwrelty.
W. W. BDwaaD, SnpH Tray UnlM SehaoU .
A. a. Honum, Prtoelpnl Wt ptgh h4, Clera-
8. A. Noaww, AaiomwPrialpal High School, Clrre
nnd. - v ,4 t, . t . , ; M a , 5 j. t ,
- Samoaa Stmuxm.' frtncipal lfA' aWxwU OJrr
land; .
Bi I. Htmlrrow, Principal 01Tlan4 Initltnt.
HA. OaaruxB, Prealdent. of Ilectk Inattwt,' HI-
ami . ,
UDlTtrritT....' ; . s . X , .
JAKBi Moktba, Prof. Khktorlc, OberUa Collwga.' j
Tao. Em, PraaMaat AnUoch Oolleg. .,. ,
0. W. H. OATaoaaT,.Erof1. Mathematics, High
School, Dayton. . ..l . j. . . j. . ( , ,
S 0.,CoMaatioB, PiolV, Language, Blah (cbooi,
Dayton. ' 'KjOT
8 M.aUkan,Snpn UnlOh SckMla,Aahlaad. yr,
ftVHi Ma BwiAroi ottor rrtoUknl of Ooflf
nftnor; AvtKort and DitUmvMKtA Ximom
nomdorudlboobvottonttmm. i i n.- fc.
SITlENtS OF COLLEGES IN 0010.
afaBIaTTa flotuna aTt la feral a maanllloMit work.
aa honor to the author, tk pabllaur,asd thawhol
ouatry." Pmldent Andrew,.
Ohio ytttkraS Uill'anillT.Tt exorar! my erpocta
noa. It will b m mid. ba arthowfanhw and Dronarv
elation, and will -oft.n be ocralwd bf m far ll neat
ano, accural denalUon!." Prealdent Thompaon.
W. X. BcuoTto Couaoi. "Hrttofor w hkra tmd
Wetietcr'a orthog raphy. At a recant meeting of our
Fatailty, It wa decided to ehanire It to conform to that
of Woroaatar'l koral Onarla Dlellananr.,'.PralA.ht
flarn.ld.
WawTBM BmBBTB Oolxaot. "I find It worthy of
oordlal approtaaUoB. Pmldont Hltchooek. :
Omni Comoa, "It mora than moot my expecta
tion.. I roeommond II aa th ilaodard authority la
orthoepy to aiy children ana Biy pupil." Preatdeat
Morgan. , ,, . . .. .. .j. t.
Airnocm Ootxaoi. I adopt and aha to BM In teach
in f. wrttin and eDwaklna. Iba orthoaraohy and sronun.
olatloaal Wonmtar. Aoyal ftaarto .looary.'w
rraauuu MHlt-..,,,; ,
fin all m wrltlni. iDaaklncand taaohlao. X Kara oa-
doarorad to oaaloim to tb rule for orthography and
pr.nuoeatttaa aaoootained la WoiaMkar's DkeUftsary.'
Borao Mann, lata Pnaldtat. y.. (.err..-.;, :.i i.
Kurt oa Oouxoa, Oawamt. 'I moot cordially aaaoaa.
moad It ai th moat rallabl tandard authority of tb
logllth languag aa It M aow writtoo Bad apolanv.'w
Pialrldent Asdrawt. . .i :
rami JLtion SmytH, bommUotouf, AwtfltM
I I t l n , U aWIMtt Hk tAHO. f .
''The DhMonary 1 Mr latawrlababto manaaMnt to. the
learnlBrand InduMryof Mi author, and aa hooec to the
world of letter, .-la maeaanlnal aauoatton at far apo
rlor to that of any th tealeem with wbjok & am ao
qnalnttd." ir a ncwB .vie')
Iron Hon. ' a. B.- Barkev. -B&OmmioHontF of
, .,,.(, awtwf w. wa
' rTb BMt, feUabla Manoaro; authority of lh Ian-
'i ' waaT tbi
Treading tTewsTexpem of Ohio Say.
I - IromHo OUtUaiU BoroMt Monk 88.1-1
iThe orthotraphy of aba .YTorbeetel . Dlctloaary la that
Bin VJ BJOVL, l, uwi 1 1, SJlUJVI. Vf WIMJNH.. IH u.1.
aoantry and Xngland, and eonfnma to Ihegtaarai uaage
f ordinary writer and apaakeri. " -
Whaterer prejudlcoa may bar axtited preTlonily, a
cmeful ttndy of thl roram will la-euriably ba followed
by a warm appreciation, of III great merit, and a dealre
to add It to th wall tolteted library, be i largo or (mall,
It t a library lnltaelf, and will remain an Imparlaha
bl record of tholearnlogof lUeompller.
Irom Pi4 Cincinnati nmoroial of Aprtt 30.
1T ar anwarda of a hundred thousand word! wood.
bad and indlfaranw-who mnltlfarlona moaning nd
derivation, toga ihar with tkwir eorroet rpalllng and pro-
nunolauon, ar t clearly txror to ya. in work u
unquestloDably the greateat Tbeeaumi of IngUab Word
TrPubu.hi. vr,-, ,,
llrom (ho dotolcmd MUnitaUrofSpi.W,M(i.
iBTldentl WMtmnwa'a Borrai. On am to DitrnoaakT It
Mod onjy tko foMif, but IA amT eoor of Ma toaut ooor i
MMtf.aadeaa by aa aojMblUty nBW hy oomparktoa or
oontroreny, .
,,JYmtbTaltioilaitfBai&
it to raoaruouTtoa. Woactrrn m raa BTajnal
followed by oar beet authorat la deftnltlona he lean
noihlna to be dttlred. and In OaTBooiumr It U inflcient
t aay that Voitccrmt oan ba aaftiy fcllowed. . - '
INeilARI dt BBA43G,
PtkMiabet-a, Boakacllera St Statlonora,
NO. 191 SUTBHIOB BT, CLKTNLAUP, OHIO. "
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' THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
,IEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
,v 1 0 IMJd . d ' Ssmaau. .. . , i, fl .J T fiK," r '.'
pirldama Jammsgry i, iae !, Pf r t7nt
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1, pirttatamutatiiiki let, SM,.,.,SS,4Cie,Sl P
ited for Prailana don . ..y. - t
4wa w. ...... .. sa,,wOT
lor intoran on rung m. . .
18t).....Ma.Sl,SM .-;: .uii. Ut,,
Wl reoatpri IcWr.;.' 97T,tWT M-1
ld01Javibymtb,8oT,o5m a (.t.jj, j; v
ltd Poll a iuriei 1 j oj.MMii.1 lu.s.u .-i:..,r
dared m.w.lUU SV lei-.nnnl . au i..,!
Id Salarle. Po.t"
aga, Taao, Jt -J"'
aanr. M0.....w 1IMV io.a do-ut. .noU MT
hj auamow-aum mAiamai arm ivtu UVRB iUVU a ll
itlclani'fe..' 8jM7S''I m-JT. ! I'
aultlei.-..W,,4,il7 SO' a.ai.iual l llr.
paid Oommlaakma )o
L imawf
Paid PbTt1cl.nl1
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Paid UrrUer,,!. Jur-'" W"nail!?al m'JO I'll.
Nil i.w mi.'.-i a.irji:.'.iA?BB?8v . r.ia ..:
Oaak oa brid.l.fci-.,..ii.. ) (1,8384 14 n ) it.;ii( jc.
BondidMof4anganBal'tki I i.n. ,i .im.'ii i c.
jMmta, wrtn-dakl-ltia' iflwoij iii w
amount loaned... S,J37,84l SB .can )i '-
ramiam NowA.-eei follol! ciij isa ks,iio.,j)i '
Baal I.ta.. " W.'fWS J7 ' "
LoanoBaorlp...J,..,j S.93I tt'1' i
Pnmlum,NotoaaidOaeh,ln. . .
oioCteanamlailoa
M Soiil AatK..r.,...,arta-,.. 3,81SJ6I (0
f i5T5 f ortctet ta forog, tumllngr.'S...l8a,4f a,53J
, 1,439 new Pollcle hT boea twuel during tb yoar.
I After B otreful oaloutatlon f tb nanl vulua af rha
tratotaadhtf PolMeaof tho Company aad hart aw tb
nxm mf wwiml la nam th.nrar, th Dlraolora
bar deolan a virtaawa ot to per oanu oa the Fremt
nm oald at th bibl rat, to all polleim for Ufa la hm
leeaiil kilnr ti Jiaaerr I, Iff", farilili aoamdlug la lb
ieiai mm at mo vompunr. - ,.
Bat. fur all klndavt Lit OonUnganole," prctpect
u.,8tatmenM, and Application, will be rarnUaed
wrruofT ciuaoa, at lb viko r Age
r Afeaol f . In oar-
peny. v..
. favpi... r.n.wwiTiHmiaii
MAM aitWlflBlrt. I 1 .
I'Li" l.0.ROTSli,TliiwaJ4mi.rE
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f Karelia, 13(fl..
Oolnmbua, 0.
PLAIN' A W " riOUBEB BIiAR
: IibKSS fTLB, of ererr graou. ' CM moat tdwl
atawtawal la Iba atty, and atmailiaan iiabla rata. .
I... . - i . , ..; , BAIN at BON,'
1 ' 1 . ..i is v... .:": 1 MAait ot tun, v
tprtU ti ; - ;.. ;..:Bt.MWhfiidatmW
SiCl.1.' !.:'! ,1 ..ii.', vl .. i-l tia.S'U'W il
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TH' .i.if, "ir . r T'""111'
,
1
vrenki and tXor. " Batng ta tht trbeniatlon, it
perrsdet th whole boor, and may bunt ant
h Jiu on a y fart of ft. KoorUlrat
Lota its attacks, nor b thers on. htch tt fear
aot,dirtro7. ITid acrofulotis taint It wmrtoutd
cauked by .taaTCutikl diaeoa, loir Hying, di.
dtiexti or unlvealthy food, fanpurt) sir, filth
and filthy habiU,' tht depmsinf let, and,'
febore ill, Tby tht tenereal Infection. ' What
trcr bt Its origin, It It hereditary ia the con
stitution, doscendirig " from partntt to children
unto tht third and fourth generation ; indeed,
U teems to b tht rod of IJim who tayt, !
, visit th Iniquition of tht &thoxt upon
thou! siuiiltn." : .7 ' .
i Its tfiocts conftacrlct by dcpoaJtloU from tht
blood f corrupt or ulctrout matter, which, in
the lung liver, and internal organ, It tanned
tubercle; iii.tht glands, twtijingts and on
(lit auriuot, emptioni or mot. This foul cor
ruption, which gendtrt in tht blood, depresses
tlit taargiet of lift!, to tluit taofulout oonnitu.
tjonp not only . tuffor fiom scrofulous com.
plaint, but titer hart fit lata power to with
stand tl attsskt of otlier diteaaeti conta
quently ,vtnt nunbers prilt by ditordors
which, alUiougU net nrofulq ) in tiicir nature,
art .till rendered ihtai bjimis taint in tht
ytem. Most of tlit MrMUraptien, which de
usateatht htrfnimfainil has ita oiigln tUreotli
In tJrta cnfialwAtajjmtawtarttm and many
dctiiictiTB diaeaaot of tht liver, ludney, brain,
and, indtod, of all tht organs, arias from Of
art aggravated by tht tamt eaute. :. i r.
Ona quarter of all oar people art tcrofiilous t
their persons art. Invaded by this lurking in.
fection, and their health it tuidarakiosd by it.
To tleonht it from tlit tyattm wtmust ran ova tt
tlit ' blood by an altera v ntd! cine, and in
vigornt it by healthy -food and. txercia.
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' ' i.:- td AYER'S. w
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the modlcal
kill of our times can devist for this tvtry.
where prevailing and fatal malady. It ia com
bined from the most active remeaiali that hove
been discovered for the expurgation of this fonl
disorder from tht blood, and tht rescue of the
ststem from its destructive, consequences,
llence it should be employed for the curs of
not only Scrofula, but also those Other affec
tions which arise from it, such at Ebuptivs
sn4 Skin Diseaiss, St. Anthontt's Fibb,
Kosb, or Erysipelas, Pimples,'. Pustcles,
Blotciixs, Biiins and iloiLs, TuMorts, Jetteb
and Salt Rheum, Scald Head, ItiNotVonx,
tiiKtiMATisM, Syphilitic andMEiicouut Dis
BAtr.s, DnorsY, DrariPtu, Dbhilitt, and,
indeed all Complaints auisino ritox Vitia
ted jou- LurunB. Blood. Tho popular belief
in wpttritt of lli llood " ia founded in truth,
for scrofula ia a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose ana virtue .ot Uus barsapa
rilln i to purify and regenerate tliis vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions.
Ague Gnre,
J FOR TUS 1PEE0T COBB OF '(
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Atjoe,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical llcadaeu, or Bilioa
Ileadacbe, and Billon Fere, indeed
tor the wklo claaa 9t ctiaeaaca originating-
in biliary derauement, canaod by
tb loilarim of Mlaamatlc Conntrica.
. (We ar enabled her to offer tht community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complain la
with cettainty, is Mill perfeetly baroiie hi any
quantity. Such a remedy is ipvaluahle in dutricts
where Xhcse afflicting uisortlert prevail. This
iCcnE" expels the mlaamatie poison Of Fbveb
k in Aocb from the system, and prevents tht de
velopment of the diseat, If taktn on tht first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It it not only
tht best remedy tver vet (Uncovered for this class
of complaints, out also tht cheapest. The largo
quantity wa supply for a dollar brings it within tho
reach of tvery body j and 1ft bilious districts, whero
Fsveb anb Aocb prevails, every body should
havt it and use it freely toth for tut and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other aver discovered for th speedy and certain
cart ot Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produoet no quinism or
other injurious ellccts whatever upon tht constitu
tion.' Those eared by it art left at healthy at if
(hoy had never had tlit disease. . . . ..
i tvet and Ague is not alon the consequence? of.
tat miasmatio poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which are
Netmttoia. lXhtumatim, Govt, JJeauacht, Blind
natr. 7ooMcAw, Eamcha, Catarrh. Aithmti. Pair
pitation, Painful Afftction of fio Spleen, Uytter
ttt, Pain in tht Bowolt, Colli, Paralysit and 1M-
rttngement of tno itomfie,-wll of which, when
originating in thi tans, put on th itittrmittent
twt, or become periodicals This " Coeb " tzpclt
tht poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike." It ia an luvaluabla protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing ia ihomolariouadUtriote. If taktn eoca
ajonally ar dally while axraoMd. ba th mfeciion,
that will twcScrettd from th aysteny and cannot
acanulat ht tumcient, quantity to ripen into (lis-eat.-
iienc if is n foora valuable for protec
tion than eure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittent! if they avail thtosetvci of tlit protectlod
this remedf afronds. -s--a
treparsd by Dr.j". 0- ATOt t CO,' JLowafl, Matt. '.
i ' . . BOBSKTS at SAMUBb, Oolambu. .
Andbvfirurgl.UandDeBiaTerjrwher, (
AUXll ZD STATES AIL
f'.v: STE1AMERB J
TO AND I'M Off! ' . rJA
tOIOITOEllEY.GLASQQW,:
6oV MoptrilyLQnetec,',
vavf
4 tafckd' 'rfT 13 BU.;ru i
,11
TaTnTC.'i !;
Tkt Moatrml Ooaaa Ikeamahtn 0nanir,t 8rat-cUn
rall-Bouft40lv)-nulU Buamara eall averv Matt-
irdar from PORTLAND, tarrying tb Canadian and
iuw euiw, aiau tuu yiw."i
" .' ItOBWtQIAN, " NORTH IMIMOAN,
'' BOHBMUN, i'lni.'. AN0L0-SAXON, t.
NORTH BRITON. , i HIBBHNlAti, ,;,
n OANaJDIAN,. i ,., . I NOVASOOTIAff. ,
Shorteet, Cbpot tin QtUckct n.
AKXEICA W AU. PABM Of ITOQJX,
0- lamtexl Ot TaawaB ta Khiiorav. i -
lo JiiviU'ilMtfMfSaaa. StaQ. J ii j.ti ji :
Wm iafl from trviBPOoc owarw Ww4nadaT4
sad from 0OSHB0 mrp Sattardaf ,eJllaat
UvawKUlktUil. to noorn oa aoaraaad laud Hails
..H..MM I. J TmIiuIihI lllui L '
t TTTthee SteanNi bra lull of Iroa. to waY-r-ctirht
SompartBMOta, tarry aaekj an apnened BargaatJ. -aad-i
otary attannea kt pjo a tb omroit and aooommoda
Unaof peeaangors. A Uiey proceed direct to LONlON
DBBT, th it tifk tbA delay of calling at St. Mm V
avoided, i .JiTTjiT.t
. Olaagow pamaugerlkra furnkaed with rasa pa man
ttokela to and from Londonderry .i
, BBraawwmtdaAroduoadnits.
O-rtltloatM lmm-d tor omrrrliit to and brlDrtef out pas-
igert from all tit. prtnolaal town of wraat Britain and
Ireland, ai radwoed ", by tbi Ua of iaakra, and.
by th WASHINGTON LINS Of SAJXINO PAOKITS,
leavlDg LiToriJOol erara, wvak, i-.; -t r'
light Drafts to Xf and. upward pay-'
abllul:nalanolt lrolaittd, Bt:
2 Uu ot WtlM, j f t...
forpassf, apply 'al" the' 0ffloeT83 TlflOAna
wai now & iw wAiaisaaki
MTt)rptt, . ....jT r,;: i,.,.,. ... jj
ABXt) A BSASLX, OontraJ igtats,''
or to-- Mf4n n, AnnsTRONc, ,
5 10-ldfc".ii .tost OlSo. Celambua, Qbio,
I.J1 I Jil
Saaa j buaiua
t itAtn Tnt n a y AmTTfei'NrT
JL ea J A kit I AOiiRBAiB a partner in-mfwast'
IMW AW1. BAJ.GI H ainnvr IB -Bif TW
Will her after b aosduetsd ndriht Arm
on.jr P.BAIN.WboaibUl.h St. -
tea 11 1M1. . rX fbis "
I mi 1 '1 . 1 M in 1 1 iln
bee. Which
T Bain tt Son
Columbus,
.. L'.: . 'vkirvtiw' 1Bfnrnt.tr ' iJ
j'tfioY
rbkufPkhai NatafcUiknmt, N.
V PMrterarw
th Now York FsahtoaaM ShavhUL Uatf Catalan
Bhampa(ka, auiii,g aa Diwain( ialaoa, Ba-t Sal
' ytro-s em tha. p-i oakm, wbn amusfaetloa will
1 b giva is all tba sawkma bvaaene. JUadlot aad
1 vniiarwa- uair "T
f jyw-dip a.i
" 'v kiil-ilRVtA
viuuipmi's iiair ratting 4oat la tht kattttyl.. n.?.
i-:i-'a
1 Ci .T.!. .
f v .;.
tit
1
I . ,V 11 il
'k' '
'- T
1 a
vu-r,
rfn. dii.'.'j net v
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus &
RAILROADS.
t or.CIiiclimBApftytoa dapolisl
Threagb to Indisoa'oolls itlion(Cbarjg ofCart
"'"snd but Out CbWg'oW.C" Mwoia' j'
,f"'l I .. ... Alw. ..J o. -ola '
Colombo and Bt.iTa.:
' ' -ii. :! iii- i ii m yr.. o t fi .
Four Trains Daily frojii Columbus.
, :i.a ', , , JL, i-1 .
r v nttsi; iiwf 1 i vi 1.
1,
AOOOHMODATIOS? at S a- aL.40PPUf at alt ita
Uoat b,wn Columtm. and Ciactt'v'' vay tnn, ar
rlvlna at Cincinnati ai loos . j.,and at Davtonat
8 W .., toaswHtf at Day tot JiadauiepaliS at
naa. i i t. i vi.i & T i .i .a r 1 i
i. SIXOITO TRAI. i-.n ,
Wa. 1 fVSSaU.i ll w.' Iflmnlnata'Mra-amA.
tondon, OtiarkMiea, 0darvlll, f tia ("og Talley,
Oorwln. Vr-anura tfavt aaalaaL BljTrOW
nb, iatoanoiii
toaur'. Lovalanl and Mllford. fcrt'lod at Ornclnnatl
aid JO p. m., Dayton at 9 46 p. n).tooortlBwltli th
Obi and MimUnVpl Railroad for I Vim", Ky., Tla.
000.. Oalaa. tt. Lowia. N.. Or .ijik eto.l Bt DattoB
for IndUnaaelia, Laf.rtiu. T.r, -;,ii, ChMsno and
alt Wooiera vlnU. , , . ' , ,' .,
'
' : : THIRD TW 'I '
Att, Blt.M a. a. . aaanafna at all .Wnatia hatwaaa
Ooluaoua and Xeala, and at Sprlag Talley, Corwln,
Morrow and Loreiaad, arriving at Oloclnnatlat S a. m,
j ' FOURTH TRAIN. :' '
NiailT EZPBK8S. via D.rton. at IS 00 midnl.ba.
stopping at London, Z.nla, Dayton, Mtddletown and
naullion. arriving at Ulnelnnaii at S.SS a. m. (at Day.
ton at 9.6t a. m. eoaaeoilng at OloeinBBtl with In
Ohio and Mlmlmlppl Railroad lor LoulirUle. Eraoavllle,
Vlneenna. Cairo, It. Lull, Memphis, New Orleans,
Snd all point South and Sonth.wen; alas, at Daytoo
for Indianap oils, Wayetto, Terr Ilaat, Chicago, etc.
-7Cjfor rurther Infornatlos and Through flckets,
apply to M, L, DOilSRIX, SicketAgnit, Unloa Depot,
Qolumbns,
r. W. BTBADBR,
I Osnaral Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
," ! - J0- W. DOHBBTT,
.j-).. - .-:',.. - 'Agent, Colombo,
" " "'l.W. w"O0DWAKD,
' ' Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Oolaabai, Jaly 14, 1801.-
RAILROADS. EAST.
RAILROADS. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
.' (CONNBCIlNa AT BSUAIBI WITH TUJk .j .
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
! ABB AT PITTSBURGH WITH XHB 1
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
IRAILEOAD:
BOBH1B0) TUB - ".
Shortest, Quickest & Most Eeliable
I .Route to all Eastern Cities l;:
! ' Trains Leave Columbui ts follows V ' r
: ., MORNING KZPtlBS .:
Leavet Colorabus 3 30 A. M. from Unloa Depot, vis
Beiuir or btettbenviuo i arrives at Briialrs, lu.xu A
M.I Btenbenvllle, IS. SO P. M.; Plttfborah. 3 4S P. M.
Harrlabuif, 1. 10 A. M.t via AiU-tovm, arrives at New
York 8.00 A. M.J oia FkikuUipMa, arrives at Phila
delphia. S. 10 A. M.i New York. 10.30 A. M. Connect
alto at Barrlaburg for Baltimore, airivlngat 7.43 A. M.
81oplD4t Cars" Attaolied toWs Train
Froia Oolumbua, run direotly through ts Selhlre'of
PttUburgh without change; and Pasiengers vi Alreo
towa arrive In New York at 8 A, M.. ' i r'
ICPTWO HOUBS IN ADVAHOB Of NORTHBRN
" -1INB8. .'.'- i. .1.1,.;,.
ii i ii ii . 1 ii . , ,,
This Train alto oonneet at Btllaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. ,.i i
1 - -. PITTSBURGH EXPBE8B. ( 1.11 . t.
leavet Columbni 11 85 A. M , fre Union Depot, via
Stoubenvtlle; arrive at Newark, Ik 50 P.. M.t Coahoo
ton. S.15 P. M. Buubenvtll, 8 P. M.i Pltuburg, 8.40
r at. iLTbU i tlwonly rout by wutca faaaengen
an leaveOlnclnnstl at 7 A. M.t fo through to Plttl
burgh ta daylight, without change of ear or delay;
" . , - n 1 o, jo
PABTIINB. .
Leaves Colnmbol 9.15 P. M., frnn Union Depot, tla
Bellatrtt arrive at Newark, ID P. U. Eaneorllle,
4 S3 P. M : Bellalre.7 AS P. U.I Plttebanh. 11.8J Bi
M.i Harrliburg, 8,00 .A. M. rim AUntovm, arrtves
at Nov York,4P. M.; oia Philadelphia, arrivea-
Phtladalphla, 1.10 P. M.t New York. 8 P. M. Thl
Train- ale onnooU Bt Harrliburg for Baltimore, ar-
nviog an r. m.
Tbi Traia runs tbroach to Bellalr or Plttebunt with
out ehanf of Cant and from Pittsburg there Is no
change of Cars to Philadelphia, or via Allentow to
new aora uus uueiing
1KJI
Tt ooly Route from Colnnbut to Bulllrjote,
j Philadelphia, et Km Ytrk, with taly j ,n ,
; Li:; ' WtJ . :K W(J J
Bp this Train PasttBitrt airtva,.iB Jft fty
noursln adraaosof theNortheralinet.
. Tbi Tmla alto tonnaet at BoUair with the BalUalor
aadOnleB.R. Uj.iU I- : Kl ..tJdlB)
IXThls Route Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
.. And 'more tbaa 1UU niiea snorter lOu. .
'
OH ' 1 'WT-.
B-ga CheekeiThroufflvta all im-
IfU lull - .. i-iWt,, I ' -o.l IU
ii
tu-io;j.(r yoR tlCIITS TIA iki1 xk-'Ui
it'J i-i i! -I :;i . .. lib-Att
' - 0n.lt ABtltetilieTlllnhottLloWM
Jlt I' JOj .u 't ir.iiui'i 0,11 U c.uj mi i tt ii
r 'i-'tiii Tl'H'i' '1
TVllliaina
fin. lia.Mi a.n-.n'. ' "Mil .1 I.
AGItICULTUllAlWiUlEEO,USB
I., nl
t Ji ,
,'j-ii::.1S
is a cj :i iiMimA ttvc,, aiiJ lo aira a
generau:hardwari
7 BATXS,eLA8a, BASH,, PUTTY, 00BDAGB,i, .
Omuas PltMUs Wood WMlaw, ;WH,
jitoarand Bakbar Boluag, Xaoa Jaatber, Don and
klna. . I " . . a.M.dlw '-
I "WH
H- W-FJill tt ' JWWBW6
' TfoTM la NekMnl Soarf.! Moods" 1:91
n w w a a.
"UUS CWX ;-" "arrotiiiar.i ...... ...j-rl
i- Para Bfld QIovm, aaperler anke.i 11-m .,it9 1 A 01
woio-n mil ooiria, Tano aty wa. . ,
Boje'Ookleu Hill 8hirta, do -'"tAll .1,0 fttr
DrlvuigsnAStnstaiovssida
Hemmed Pocket HudkerdilefB, various ttylss. , '
Half Ilea and Under Oamienta, '' -J "oT
' . ) o.w ,ii , .-.uiASm ft HIP,iiiri
apru : jj,. ,U(. j - up aoauy WgttrooU,
.rwl
SOMETHING 1 NEW !
.1 I 1 .flit ... fal l l'U
aowAiiDrfi.po.'s;
iAMmCANAWCHES,;;::
CAfct A BIS). BS TJTH tlioa STDa
''aad BBamiMOWanwamkitatu,,,.,,., M(INJ,
ol ' A4sniAPl tOSTPiUr?,
BmBBiaeianQ y n. uwrraiuj uu., Boatoa, alastv
The Watches ar far superior to anythlnr ever tiered
ts th pubtl. brtofort, c Baring the lualv areneyt
Iea(a4nemaprim la tM tht tlmtav I karalaal
iwoetradalarg ttook of , ui rti u-iiz-.t othiU baa
d cm AMERICAN Y7ATCtTI'-t''m bo
weikstared W' APrtBTOJf, IBiot; A OQaas't
t-a-haaninf " ' 7 " l-'J
ENGLISH AIa JIVriSS WatCHES:;
to OldsndBUver Cases, ttPanloprle-s.
1 "'-".l ; ' W. 7 BAYAQB.
'Vfu!- Ml MUtq '.'J
-r. i-::1 if; wet
1 S:.V- on irta ,iV,j;Ta IJji
' . " ' ' ' '' .x'vr
, t- (7t" rVT .3 "T
- '" J hi -r ' 1 ' ' -
'.
'
1 .. vwrj i;i-?rr n', j 1 n nil
lift flam
I.U n "A.,' . 'iiTi
a, r. bWM crifflARRA
thi market. Th South, 4Bmaaae af thw fallal
Ka2ru? !i Z
pablto aoollon. (n, h.
IILI T -" w pan ana will ml our rood.
vary department of "I t.'.T V"-
i nTrHM a ar u n . . .
V !,J
ill
li!l
MttUUMlS V ALENCIA9,
PRINTED MEBINOitVr
" FAINTED C08UROS,
- i Dvrn manna.
BLACK ALPACAS,
--i Ar woven FAnitrr.i. ?. .
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
1 'ii DELAINP.a.
DELAINES.
j j. i. f i ;
SI AWLSjr,D: CLOAKS!
OPtve Thausand' bollard -Worth
1 j Bought iit'OiittSDajV -
:. iivMiua, lijirAKoiiaivr,
Men's, Ladle and Children ' Under BhlrU and Drawer.:
Ladles, Mleo and Chiliiren's Iloeiery of all kinda, in
Wool and Lamb' Wool; Fleaey Llnad and Cotton QIovm
ot every aiaka,
r ALSO "
A complete aawrtment of all the usual varie-
tlSS Of ' '' ' ' t . ..i
LADIES' CLOTHS,
1 ' CASSIMEREJ, ' " ' ' ': w
" ! OVERCOATINGS,
" ;' i..-. c: , TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, ...
?" RIBBONS,
; ' ' t , DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrie Hand-
. tj.. . i wrcniets, 4e., fto.--1.
Toi pertom who call on as, we pfedge our words o
how them th largaat, best and eheeeaat stock of (rood
hZw?.!:''' W Wtbemmmdolhw nr
- deel-dlyStawltw. 1 " . BTONB fc O'HARRA.
NEW ARRIVALS
oir
Summer
Spring
Rlllliuery".
MS
The Stock RerplinlaherJl' ,r
ui.
DALLY '
FHOia LATEST
-
IiriPOBTATIUNS OP
NEW YORK, v."-
, ' --' 2 '. :. STOCK Of ' K-lto.
Spring cS; SiiminerMiA
. IS now conplst, eomprlilng aaaty varfaty of MUla-
eryj also, a Urge ataortamut of Bmbroiderles,, Hpsiory
aou aouons, act., and m auan titles sod prices Out can
let fall to suit altwhojnay favor ns with s call, ibe
foods have been bought at Panic prle, and Will be sold
ttasmallsdVaneeoncost.' ' ' ' -"''' '
d.a.miIIHEEY " i"
.Miss M. B. YOUNGj late of New York Cityy
upeinati-uq tire trtittntoiy Wcuarfaneiit.-' Star loa
exprleneein the moiPathlonable Btmbllahmeat la
Broadway will alone be a warranty that sh will be this
to glrs entire satisfaction In matters of last to all who
ma favor her with their orders. ' '
"the Ladles of Columbus and vicinity will -.lease ae-
eept my tracer thanks for their liberal patronag, and
,olt tespeotfally solicit a coaUnnance of the tame.
R.1' H. WARE.1 :
PS taatTown St., Celnmbus. ti.i
TO, VflOM , IT MAY. COlTCESg. ;
The Publid Works of Ohio.
,y lOrrjci or in Lu.ira or TBI Puauo Wong,) l
1 .w U ui, OooMoa,.Jan 13, I8l. J.i
fpHB, naderslgnad having become tb I,eaee of tb
Ai Publio Work of Ohio, under th ast of Ma. 8. 1BU1 .
and Saving aaMrad lnl the pae.mlonr of said Work,
a. re by giv nolle that in operating under said lea,
aad discharging their duties under th aame" tb bual
nets will be transacted with th publio through agent
appointed by th Leasee, under mob. rules, regulations,
reetnctioni ana limitation, as snail a praaorjbta tor.
their government. , , ,r. . ...
i Thoa Agant for the present," will consist of one Gen
eral Ageni,a Tnrrand Seorataiy, to tb Oanlral
OfSc of the lessee at Columbus; and tb neooMary
number of Superintendents of Kepatra and Oolleeiors of
Tolm ea th sevarai Works mbraod In tb leaj.
1 Tb Oeueral Agent (hall be tb principal execntlv
llorothUM,MdbllBau4tmai the
oral bailaeas efSoa atOoloabaa. .Voaaall hare. tupr
tision orer th buiinei of th Leasee with the public;
and as socb want ahull taooala ail Baaaiam Warn
those for labor and material concocted with the enlloa
rt repairs of thaaereral Werka and b ahail audi Ld
ttl ail acOOUnt fl ar,.!!
Th dull of tb t reasdrV and Becretahr' A.l I' bi
itsnaaar aiuatly taKhargeUbfaimiiarsStosr ta.ther
'in Bunerlntesdonbref Rtoalrt atrall. 'on -their 'mv
aneoilTe dltUiona, bar noweauo employ and diacbarg
all ubordioatt and laborers, and to purohaM all tools
and material Ireceam- 4a iMwrdiaatysepair of euoh
uiTiiion, ana in tame anaii bw-wbu.. ucir aoeolal dt
TcnmdBBarajut,,:r'riJ j ajj I A
' I in Collector or lulls, Water Rent and Float, art
Ibvesttd wtib all tb -auiborlty-abd . paw an, BMrULed la
in law, or in ntaw ana to legulatlant ol tb Board
of Public Works mad for that purpoi. whed uch Ool-
ea tattd Bndwwtatmu aad auumrity (ram tb
I holnAvlduailkrtmhtrVlih tetteM tbail tsv in
right t traotaet bualu In tht nam of th Leaiees,
lib any pron or parsons. In any eih.r taanoar Ihaa
irough tht apwoinUd aaoata, ant DtWM auaaMbv
aw in t. .. at a oo; r tbailaoy r tha aa-
wusawa ageui bbt .auutniy m iranaac any nu.ioeaa
k. th nam of tb XMees, eicept ta fbe.VtlcuUr
traxob of tk bcilnei oonfidecT to him; and uHtt tt
ntwavrwrjaa aa luauauooa t km tenoF4i 6U" t ,
lo MtlMrUy. to borrow bmrw h radii of lb
L,baU var aalat la any Lomm. agebt or other
tmployes of ibe Lea.ee i, unles the ami anal I bt on
brrrd by a unanimous vols f th I.MnesjByaH
BtlBaBd eb aeoat aa matharhMA t betwarrowtd
ipaoia.s in in. orwer aad enierad on Utayoucal, ,
urn. w. -laaTra-aT n ia ueiieiai Agent or me
it, Bauaaui N. Baits. Treasurer, and Joaa
ovoa, Boriary .
So tuperlnnodentsor Repalre ar:
n the S, a Canal end W. at
boh, TBotraa Baww, Wk. J Jacatsoa and Ataaa w
tin lha Ohio. Warhnnitln. anil Hiuhtlnl H.a.Tk an) A.
Muakingum Improrement-RoaaaT H, aTuoan; Taoiu1
BiaLta,' trauma mcVaHTBT, mrurmnm jaaBBBBS aafi
4WAtALb- . i.. w .;.t!-"r-trr 't t.i
I .Ifea .alallaotaiaYM tha CaaaLv.Mualdnrum Imnrov-
Bient and Maume Bead, art tlit sunt that. Were la the
Service of "the Slut at th tlmi ol th tseeatloai of h
Lean, bwt H tb arorsealir aaaat BoM tbetr apaoln
pent at the pteasara and option of lb iMaMefe, . ;1
Sli-aaO Do It a d odl ttoiljosBPB O00PBBiV
.IB! TIM Sff! ry XaVcnoSaiV. 1
t ,j a HUM AS IIKiaBr"fl'
'.-i,-a, ,VM.-,' . THOStAS BROWN,,
,''05.lMf1lrtPttbHWwrtt,
J14-dawlir''ll t'.-i'.i :(Yiioij.rti,)j
in. i lUwanDiii n ,! m ,
t tiMtmi ii i
nr-vl lc
id,
if! i SI
kl ,BOiH..'-yMj i m.
Waau-AHJEV IABH1U fi'nj.- ;-),
IJaaa Uhlat Bnna . D I.I- m-A
Luun cnaennn ana niiow OMinn.
iiinen uamorweana bong Lawntw -
(..i,.,..... ,.J Linao Pocket. handk fa, all Tina.
(1 ' Linen Towel ling and Diapers
J '' - liinan napcum tod vvyiiee. i rr: ..-ii.l
, , .Linen lauie vioiosana aatm uamaaa.
t'- Llntn Towel with eotored korder. t .7-tuti
liiviU'
l-ot
Una- a..l. fl.nri.MU. TIm-B.
ui a
I'liUi ,i .tir. r.- BADS SI SOB. i
TI. f ti
tlO.UV pOUU I1ISB IHWak
bTBbNB CHITTtMDBII. '. k' rTtrtT' tH xial'ITBH UtUI
tfi T.CHiTTENDErw "H
.oiX ui taTPOBNB YS AI XA Wl ugbom 05CJ
eTT f)c,rBt lrUdwtylw'.YrhritJr!!-
PaatMc!BonatdtCbl etorf?"
XO'XIaretal attaa tin paid KOolIostlon. 1';,
aprllBidWi. , .a-axja 1 '.'' V
1j vivI.twH ,n Ji 5vr,.rti:i .,ir ttvt X) '
,ni sitvta 4a afe h f '- , ar ,-ieul oi,'.Ul
10 f.'.iflf ii -r,-: j:it a?w8 l'-ioii.'i nt
' 1 .(.llui lid
" w- a 1 a nm ith a . .
w vr- . V:"iu U!,w i--,vt,ni
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COMBINED! OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF THE REPULSE.
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GENERAL McDOWELL'S OFFICIAL REPORT OF
THE BATTLE OF STONE BRIDGE.
Tb fotfowlo fa Opneraf M, .Dnwall'. 'fSM,
clal Report of. tb eceot batUe Bear Man
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HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT NORTHEASTERN
VIRGINIA.
ARLINGTON, VA., August. 4, 1861.
Ilewtsaaat-Cofparr K D Townuni. AuhUnt
,V G"'tral Headauorttrt of tht Army,
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Colooel: 1 have tfi. rinnn. in i,'!' ,1,.' rl
lowins report of the battle of the Slut of July,
n!.1.u.'uwa Virginia. It baa been delay-!
ed till this time from tht inability of tht tub
ordtotte oommahden to gel earlier a true. ac
count of tbeiute of their commands. , .. '
m mj commuuication to you of the 20lh olt.,
I stated it at my Intention to mow that .im,:
P and drive the enemy from the east side ol
nun nun, so at to enable the etglneers to
mike a suffluieotlv aCCnratA rAOnnnnia.atii.A In
iuatlfr'our. futura morimem. r .t in
Maf-ty Had PQtamwJ.euaufci iniurmauoa or
uepaeiag across IB aiream to Olspeose with
inia reoonnoissaooe, ana.it was decided to move
without delay. , It bad been my intention' to
move tbe aereral oolumo out on the load a few
mtlet on tbe eveniog of tbe 20th, to that they
would have a thon.tr march in the morning;
but I deferred to (bote whd bad 'the' sreatest
distance to sro. and wbo preferred ttartloe
early In the mornbg, and mtkiog butone move.
On the tveniDg of tbe 2Uth ultimo my com
maod was mostly at or sear Cestreville. .' The
enemy was at Or pear Manastat, distant from
Centreville about teveo toilet to tbt loath west.
Centreville is a village of a few houses, mostly
on tbe west side of s ridge running nearly north
sod tooth. Tbt road from Centreville to Ma
nassas Junction waa along tMi ridgt, and cross
es Ball Run about three miles from tbe former
place, ibe Warrentoa turnpike, which runs
nearly east and west, goea over tblt ridge,
through the village, and eroases Bull Run about
four milts from U. Bull Run having a .course
between tbe crossing from northwest to south
taaU Tbt first division (Trier's! was station '
ed on the north side of the Warrentoa turnpike
ana on toe eastern slope or too centreville
rldgo, two brigades on the tame road, and a
mile and s balf in advance, to tbe west of the
ridge, and one brigade on tie road from Centre
ville to Manassas, where it crosses Ball Ran at
Blackburn't Ford, when General Tyler bad tbe
engagemeot of tbe 18th ultimo. The second
division (Hunter's) waa on the Warreoton turn
pike, one mile east ol Centreville. The third
Oiviiloa (Ueioltelmau'i; wat on a road known
aa the Old Braddock road, which comes Into
Centreville from tbe aoutbeaat, about a mile
and a balf from tbe village. The fifth division
Caliles'e; waa oa tbe tame road with tbe (bird
division. Sad between it and Centrtville. A
mad which is herewith, marked A, Will show
tnrse positions better than I oan describe them.
On Friday nicht. s train of subsistence ar
rived, end pi) Saturday Ita contents were ordered
to do leeuea tq toe com man a, ana tbe men re.
quired to have three days' rations In their bar
macks- . Uaj Saturday orders were bsned for
the available: force to march. ,At reported to
yon in my utter oi toe lata ultimo, my person
al reconooissaoce of tbe roads to tbe south bad
showuhat it was hoi' practicable to carry oat
tbe original plan of turning the enemy's posi
tion ou their rlehL Tna affair oi the ISth at
Blackburn's Ford showed he was' too strong at
that point for ua tb force a passage there with
B,. a, luawi mai tt W did that it Would bain
'tin front of bit strong position at Manassas,
wbicb was not desired. Our information was
that tb atone bridge, over which the Warreo
ton road croeeedBull Run. to the west of Cen
treville, waa defended by a battery in position,
sod tbe road) on hit tide of the stream impeded
by a heavy abaUit. Tbe alternative wat. there
fore, to turn tbe extreme left of bis position.
neuaoie information wat Obtained of an unde
fended ford about three miles above the bridge,
there being another ford between it and tbe
bridge, which wat daf ended. , It was, therefore,
determined to tike the road to tha upper ford,
and after crossing, to get behind tbe . forces
guarding tbe lower lord and tbe bridge, and af
ter occupying the Warreoton. road east of the
bridge, to aend a force to destroy the railroad at
or near Uaiueevuie, and thus break op tbe com
munication between the enemy's forces at Ma
nataaa and those In the valley of Virginia, be
fore Winchester, which had been held ia check
by Major-Ueneral PattereorL - v ';
" gfrigotdier Uenerai Tyler was erected to mote
vUh ' three of bit brlgadt on the Warrenton
road,' and commence cannonading the enemy's
oatteries, wnite nunier t Division, moving alter
him, ahould. after patsinr a tittle stream called
Cob Run, turn to tbe right and north, and move
round to tbe nppcr ford, and there turn south
and set behind the enemy. ' Colonel Helntzel
man't division was to follow Hooter's at far as
the tjurotog off place to the lower fofJ, where he
wa W ' cross after tbe enemy should bavt been
civen.oai oy nuniert aivreiont the nun dtvig-
hip (Miles e; to be In rtterve on the Centre
I'iVadtl't Strixloal about lbs r&ao from Man
assas by tflaokburn'e lord to Ctntrevtlle, along
the ridge, I earing- 'that whilst we should bt lo
forct to the front, and eodeaVortng to turn tbe
eoetnj's pooitloOr we tunelves should be turned
by blm by tblt roadifor If be should once obtalb
poeses.loa ol this ridge, wbicb overlooks sll the
country to me west to toe root or tbe spurs pi
tie Bins Rides, we should bare bean Irretriev-
ably cut yff and destroyed.' I had," therefore,
directed tblt point to os Held in force, and sent
an engineer to extemporize somt field oxks to
;jtd t
ARSFquno ujtuiou nunyon naa pot Deeq
brought to tbe front, further tbaa to taard oar
commualoauoaS hy'. Way" of .Vienna and the
praugd.'and AcisbdrlaJ Railroal, .'His td-
vtitictid. regiment Nat aoout seven mnet la.tbe
rear of .Centrovill'.;. " ?:'":''r
' j The divisions were ordered to march st half.
past two o'clock A M-, SO at to arrive on (he
ground early to toe aay, ana taut avoid tbe beat
which Is to bs expected at tblt teasoa.r.Tbere
wat delay lo the first division getting out of In
oamb oa tht rOad, Sud the Other divisions wer
lp conaequencs betfeentwo' and three hours be
hind, the time appointed a great ml&fbrtunt. at
ercnta" turned jOut-j.'TJho wooo?',tOid - leading
(ram (be Warrotoa utnplks to the ripper lord
waa. much logger than we'lcjnnted' unon; : th
general direction pf .ibe' etretm being' obllqut
tq the road, nf tfa jtif frf, 'ohldjale oa
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; .Ueoerai iier. commenced (tn hitartniery
at half-past all A. M., but ,the 'tnemj did aot
reply, aod alter tome urn it became s aaesnoa
v , 1 i . ' r I - . a
wuoner no waa iu auy lure, iu our iruqk, buu
he did, oot Intend himself to mass as attack.
and maka It by Blackburn's rord. Alter nrin,
several timet, and obtaining norespoose, 1 ni
ona of Heinttelman's brigades la retcrvev in
caa we thould bav to teod any troop to rein
forotlMilea's division. .The other brigades mop.
ed forward at directed ta tbe general orders
On reaching ihe'fOrd. at' Sudlev't Sorini."!
found pa,rl ot,1pe leading brlgsdt of Huotec't
division (Burnslde't) bad crowed, but tht men
were alow la getting over, Stopping to drink
Aa at this time tbt clouds of dust from tht dl-
rotion of 'Manaioat indicated the1 Immediate
approach of a large force, and feartog It might
coma oowu eu, tue ueau 01 me, column oeiore
tha diuialon .could 'al! ret 'ovdr and ahataln
orders were tentback to tht headi ot rSgiments
to brtak from the. column' Snd boms, forward
separately as fast as posaiole. , Orders were trot
by aa officer lo the reserve btlgadt of Heint
selman't divUmu to come on by a nearer road
across (he fields,' and ad aide-de-camp was tent
to Btiftadiet-Gsperal TyleC direct .bird
prcst iorward bit attack, at large bodies of tha
esemy were paesiug lo front ot him' to ' attack
tha division which bad crossed' over.' Tb
ground between the stream and the 'road, lead
eoabai r,a...,r. it ,e;.' W ' kii(. thGi-S
ba ,1.-1 x..-, --I r t,,;,'iit:f itc-l mi.
it ,'.r n ti'vn ji:i v'-.k '.,4'5r.vVaj
-iAo-rti rlsm ttoT.i) tlpc v-xa .l.'na: V i.ii
VC'"? fr.TfAl T9v-S'm1 T.irllil-.lt - , V...1.
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Bptlos south, and over wblok I oa a.,;
marcnto, was Tor - bout a iu uu
thlflklw aTAnHait . a-kll a,i, ... .
rigbiof th. mad . a'h;r;' jrr
ttSB0 thV rants Wmm AtwlA-A iA.a At.ua .
ndwood.- About nlLa from A.!!.??! .. ,. v
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atoll .tft? " turnpike, wblok, ,
t wm 6 --. vvur-w, a wismwr! v.um
Shortly aft- tr.. ia-a"""5
first brlgtdr0hd tha ananar..-. ..a 4.ll... , ,
froot and right, the enemy opened hi, ifirw, ; ,. , j
beginning with artillery and followiot ap -wHA , ,f .. ,
k.,r7,T'),JMd'0 brig.d (Barildo'tJ a,,,
had to tosUlo tbt shock for abort tine with- x I
out support, and did It well. The battalloa l tw ti
regular Infantry wat aeot. ta a.Mtain i. ..J . ., .
thortly tfterwardt tbe other eoips of PorUrti v
brigade, and a regiment deucbed from Hetttt .n i
selman's division to the Itfl, forotd tb --. r in i.
my back far enough to altos" Strttman' a4 i-i .i
Keyet't brlgadet of Tyler's division to ewoa- fc.i,.
Irom tbelr potitiod on tbe Warrentoa toad, w ,t..
Tb drore tbe right of tbe enemy, undtrttood d ii, a
to have been commanded by Beauregard, Croat. r
tbt front of tbe field, an! out of tbt detaob-d v.-.c,
woods, and down to lbroad,aod across kss ' o'
"'"Paa oo tot other eide. -WbllsS Ibis was 1 1 :
gologea, Helmsetmaq's division was moving'.
down tht field to tb stream, and tin tha mad r, l '
beyond. Beyond the Warrentoa road, sod ta .i i
aa.daw. t,iaa, a t-aaam baA -. .
marched from Sudlev't tpring, it hilt with
farm bout on It, Behind tbia bill tho enemy ;-,
bad, early In the day, tome of bit moot annoy- o r -.
l k.l..l.. m.1 .-a . ' .
,u6 va.wricu jianicu. Aero tnt read from i'i
thit bill wat another hill, a t.tho- iaw.taA .
ridge, or table of land. Tb hottest part of
tbe con teat wa for tbe possession of this bill - .
with bouse on it. '' The force engaged harm ti
was Heinttelman's divition. Wiloos's and -i m
Howard's brliridei on la rirht. anmm-tarl b. i i
part of Potter's brigade and tb cavalry-nadar.- -Palmer,
and Fraokiio't brigade of Qtlntstl- i,r -
Dian' division, 8brmas's brlrad of Tvlaw'a . : -i
division la tbe center and up tbe road, wbiltt : ''j..
Eeyes't brigade of Tyler's division wu on the "
Itft, sttackinsr tbe batteriea near the atoa T
bridge. The Rhode I.land battery of Burn-" r V
tide't brigade also1 participated In tbit attack by ' ti
ua urc irom toe norm ot tbe turnpike. The i ,r
enemy waa understood to hare been commanded -by
J. E. Johostoo. Rickett'a battarv. which ,
did such effeetlve servioe, and played to brU- ... ,
nana a pari in ton coDtest, waa, together wtiu : .
Grifflo't battery, oo the tide oi tbo bill, snd . ..
became tbe objeot of the tpeclal attention of
tbe enemy, wbo tueoeeded our oflloori mUtaJt-.. i
log one of hie regiments far 'one of o cwa,-i
and allowlDgi it to approach Witboul firing upoa ; ,i '
it In-dlaabllng tbbttry, and tbea aUemptad
toiaktlt: Tbree time was be repalttd by ;
differenl corpt in uectstioOi and drives baok,
and tbe guae taken by band, tbt hones btlog . .
killed, and pulled away. Tb third tlmt It waa
supposed by ui all that th repuls wat floal, ,i .
lornw waa anveu eoureiy irom tbe bill, and so n '-
far beyond It aa not to bt in tight, aod all were
certain -th da waa onra. Ha had kafara thi. '."
beet drives nearly a mile sod a half, and was i
beyond tbe Warrenton road, wbicb was entirely ;
la our posseasion from tbt ttonl bridge wea..
ward, aod our englneerf were Jut completing- .
tb removal of the abattls atrott tbt road, to .
allow our reinforcemeut (Schenck's brigade and
y erre oattery; tojol n us. ' ;H 1:1
' The CBtmv wai videntlv dishaa-tanfid an.-l
broken. Bui we had been fighting since half.
past tea o'clock In tbt moralog, tnd it wat afttr
tbree o'clock m tbe afieroooo-' Tbd men had o J
been up alnce two o'clock la tbe morning, and .
bad made what to those unused to each tbinet.
teemed a long march before coming ioto action, 1 .
though tbe longest distance gooe over waa uot .
more than nine and a half miles; and tboogb
they bad tbree days' provisions tervwd out to '
tnem toe oay oeiore, many no doubt tltber did -not
eat them, or threw them away 00 the march
or during tbe battle, and were tberefora with
out lood. 1 Tbey bad done much severe fighting.
Some of the regiments which bad been driven
from the bill in th first two attempta ol the
enemy to keep possession ol tt, bad become
shaken, were unsteady, aod bad many men out
of tbe ranks.
It wat at this time that tht enemy's reinforce
ments came to bis aid from the railroad train, 1
understood to have just arrived from th valley
with the residue of Johnston's army. They .
threw themselves In the woods oa oar right
tod towards tbe rear of our right, aod opened a
fire of musketry on ear men, wblob caused them -to
break aod retire down tbe hillside.' Tbi
toon degenerated into disorder, for which thr
waa no remedy. Every effort waa made to rally .
them, even beyond the reach of tht enemy's fit. -
but in vain. Tbe bstallioa of regular infant
ry alone moved np the hill opposite to tbe on
with tbe bouse on It, and thr maintained it- -self
until our men could get down to and across
toe warrenton turnpike, on tb way baok to
tbt position we occupied ia tbe morning. Tb
plain wat covered with -tbe retreating troops, .
aod they teemed to infect thos with whom they :
came lo cootact. Tbe retreat aoon became a ji.:
roar, and tblt toon degenerated Hill further la- -to
a panic ' . . ..'. ,- .1 ;
" rinding tbit state of affairs wat beyond tbt A
efforts ot all tbost who had assisted to falthlal-1
ly during the long aod bard day's work lo rain-
log almost tb objeel - of our wltbet, and that,
ootbliig remained on the field bnt to racogalM v
wbat w could no longer prevent, I garetbeaee-'
etsary order to proteot tbeir withdrawal, bag-'
glog tb men to lorm la lioe, and off tha ap-.
pearanee, at leaat, ol organisation, .. Tbey tt-
turned by the lord to tbt 'Warrentoa road,
protested, by my order, by Col. Por'tr't foro i't
ot regular Ooot on tb road, aad tbt difftr.i-1
edt oorps coming together In email parti, maat'
without offisers, tbey beotm intrmlogled, and
aB organisation wat lots.- - " i ; " J
'Orders had beet not baok 10 Milet'sdivitJoa
tor a brigade ta move forward aod protect this
retreat, aad Colonel Blanker' brlgad tu lt
taobad for tbit parpoeo, aad was ordered So go 1
si far forward at tbe point where th road ta
tb right left th maia road,
' , By reierrior to tb gaoeral order, It trill ba
tten that, while tbe operation wars to goea In r
front, aa attack wat t b mad at Blackburn'
Ford by the brigade (Riobtwdtoa't) stationed
lha.'i A rafaronew to ftla rbaort, and to thai af
Major Hunt, eommendlDg'itbe artillery, . wiki j
show that tbia part of th slao waa wall aird ad
fectlvely c rled eat, '' litwcteaded la dreaiviog
tbe enemy lor a eonttderablt time, and keejptog
10 ebeek a part or hi foro.' The Bra of lh
artillery at tblt point it represented at partloa-.v
ii-iy deatrariiira. , ; ' ' '' -"f
k 1 Artne time W our retreat, sing great ao. "
tlvity la' thlsdireotlonistaeb flriog, aod ol-
umot of dust, I beoame tnlioat for tbia plane, i
fearing If it ar-lunitd" tofuroed tha wholt
stream of onf ratMattog ass waald bacAp tared.
or aettrorad.i ' After provldlBf rot ttisprouak
tfrm of tie retreat by Porter' and) BlwkarV
brigade, I repaired I Rtehardtoa'a, and foaad
the whole forte) ordered ta t UaUbacd. far than
hoidiog of the VSad trfctB Maaatfaa bp Biaek
Sum's ford to Cenwevllle, 00 tbt meata, tmdac.i
ih.odMe' ;fromtb Divisioa Ctnaataador Kfcr
C4atrallla I, immediately hltd .it, aad or-,,,
dertd lt d take ap th bttt line of dfea-
tarosA tbaTidg that their position admltiad ofi
iud aabaequcntiy taking lo atraoa tbaeomrnaiidi,
of tbit part of the army, I caused toon dispotie,
ttoa t tha lorcet wbicb. bad .0a addeoi l oy,
(ha First and Second N Jersey aod tba Da,
LCalb regimeatt, ordered up from Rupyoa's ta-,
crve, betara going for ward, at would btat serve ,
toeheoittbt ansmy.i Tbaridga biug held
tbia trap, tht rstreatiog curtaul paaied slowly .
tbrough CaatrevlU to tba rear, . 'IU enemy,
followed at from tht ford as far as Cub Rao.,
and etriojr ta tba road becoming blocked ap a,
tba atoning, oauttd at muoh damagt thera,for
ha hrtliitry eould not pats, tnd aertral plecee .
and cairtous had to be abandoned. Ia the panis
tha bortca hauling theealtsoas and ammunition
weraeul from tbeir places by person to atcapt
with, aad in tblt way much eoulunlon was oauf i
ed, lb paoio aggravated, aod tb road enoua
beted' liNos ooly were plecea of artillery ioab,
bat alto many af tb ambulanout aarryiog.tbe
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.' . By tuadowa moet of our mon had gotten be
hind Ctatreville ridg,ud It btosms a qntttloa
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