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BUSINESS, CARDS;
F. A. B. SJJttKJJSS,
Attorney evt Xjaw
, AND WOTaRY PUBtlO.-
Offloa Amboi Building, eppptipapital fqnare.
OOLUMBD8, OHIO)
jEL. 0H3ori;3NraD,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
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Willi Ml Q'IC.t i IT l.WHf
pOIiUMXllTS1'"'-
' Machine Manufactnring Companj
MaMtrraonruM of -
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
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XXAJULOCUaU , ,?VaOrllL
or zmY Btacumon.
0HAS. AM BOB, Bnp't J. AMB08, Trna.
deoll. 18Ut-tt
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.--Time.
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND. COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecllni at Crestline with the PITTSBURGH, IT,
. WATBI k. OniOAQO BAILBOAD ' ' -JFbr
fitmntrgh, JPMladtlphta and BalUmor. Alto
for Fori H'ayn1 and Chicago. '
Connecting at Clereland with Ifa IAK1 BHOYll RAIL
. . t r s i 'i. '--BOAiM t ! -,;: i: ; r.i
For DnnklrlCt nnffalo, Albanfi Boo
THREE TRAINS DAILY.
" BX0KK BtWDAT, !
From Oolamboa, In onnotloo wlUTTraioion the ' '
. LITTLE niAini AND OOLVUBIII
Ani) AtHIA HAILHOAUll.
i
IIB8T TBAIN.
NIOni KXPRKSS.-UaT Colombo at XV i.U ;
will ItaT paaatnger at all itaUona aoatb of Gallon,
top at Ptlawar. Aahtey, Oardington -and Olltad, and
at allatatloaa north of Oalloa, arriving at Cleveland
at ft DMA. Dunkirk J:00 P. M., BoJtalo 4:23 P. M.
Albany 3.30 A. 11., Mw York 6:35 A. al.. Boetci I.JU
P. Id., PltUburgh Tla OratUloe 3:80 P. 11 , Philadel
phia 3:10 A. hi. Chicago via Oreitllneat? OOP. M. (
V.. gloONO TRAIN. " .' . '
NEW TORS EXPRESS leave Oolumbu kt 11:10
a. m. Will atop atLewl Oeolre, (for White Bolphur
Bprlngi), Delaware, Cardlngtou, Gallon, Oreetllne, Bhl
by, Mew London, Welllogtoa and Orafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:3 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:i0 p. m.i Ba.
falo, 1Q.2S p. m Albany, 84 a. m.; Hew Toil, 1:45
n. a.; Boiton, 4:40 p. m. Thi Train eonneoteat Shel
by for Bandutky, and at Chaf tea for lokdo, arriving al
Toledo at 0:40 p. a. i ).( ... .! v t . .
. ,f. i, THIRD TRAIM, ;-.w.i . -'
VAIIiAKD ACCOMMODATION Lean Oolumbai
at.30 p. m. ,T11I top at all tutlona Booth of
Bhdny, and at Hew london, rTallingtoa, firtfton, I
nd Berea; arriving at Cleveland at t:M p. m i Dun.
kirk, 8:00a. m.; Buffalo; 3Mm. m.;Alha.y,l SMp.m.;
NewTork, 7:20 p. m.i Bolton. 11:45 p. d. PltUbargh,
ia CrwtllD, at 11:55 p. m.; Phllailelphla, 1:00 p. m.,
Ohlcago, eVo Crtttlln, 6:45 a. m. Shla Train connect,
at bhelby fot Banduaky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
a8:5dp.m. ; 7 - ! , I
Patent Sleeping Can are rail on, all;
. Uight Train to Chicago, New '!
, ,-. York and Botton j
Saggag Vfitdud TkromgA to JTaw York and Sotton
via afiandj alto, to fAUaddpMaond
rbtu RN I n Or ;:
Might Ixpreu arrive alCoiumbn at .'l):U P." U.i
' ' Cincinnati kipreu arrive at Oolumbntat 10JOA. M.
AceoautodaUoB Itxpre arrivatat fiolujnhua at7;S0
f' ''- y-.tadll.w'.-v.
,' ata tiw m T anyether Uot
Mi fir TichU vU Crtttllnt ar CUuUl
B. S. TLINT, ( i
' ' Snperlatendtnt, C lev bud, Ohio.
7AHIS PATTIBSOir, Agent, "
U :J tOeUmnaa, 0W,T
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Ookarbui, Juaal,1861
t l.l.lV..VrH
- Joat ReeaWedl
1AA HP. H GBBBIf aaiA-allUOat
1UU XUAS 100 bag prim Rl Oone..; c
1 5U pocketa old Dutob Goratnment Java Coff, .
TO bag OeyWm Oeffe. . - -r ;
OObbl. atandard WhlU Bngan, oonlhtfng of Po-
, dred, Ohraanad, eratmlated A and B.OoCea.
60 quintal fleorge Bank Colf)h. . . , - .,
v BObbU. Met and Mo. 1 Maokeral.
k tea. Plek SiUnon. , . r tl jrt ,'.K:t ft r .V
lOOnx. a.aytrSailni, ,.. ....vj. i-f
BO hf . box do
do
IOO a. box de c i da -i v::i-.'i rVf i
100 hi Olxart, different brand and gride. , ...
noV7 , WM. oD0HALD.k
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C. LI LIVE Y
A A VI. -V Tll W.JU-aa
VOSTH EOH RBXZTa, COLUKBTta OHIO
ajJJKfllaaafllV , l - JUJ U.lAkV (W-
daLicdkh.
RECK TlKSvv i . . Kli.Miirw
vnaa Ananad b
aprf. , .... Mo. 89 Stmtk High atreai
A HEW HOOF BKIHT. '
am i ji
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n.M tut mlvxl a'aew matt el HOOP ISTftTI
tnlehad la aaanaec fax lapariec t aty yet fotrdae4
' ar " r',,t t"m t"
DUiUBlLITT, AOTA$iUCEFULNE33.:
woroest:
MS.
LiireTeiV-Tha
. tyuiapen jsmkom Ua-jMn,i i
' lll't i. .11. 'r. ..vAv Kill If I IJ
"TP, noat Qiafti., ttandwd An-
thortty of tho EBgUtdhiAiirauiEO.
'H'i 'are upward of a Hoadred Taoaaaaj. wonU
who mnltlfarlooj Maalcga and derivation, toraUur
with thalr eorreet aMllln(, and pronuMlaUga tr clearly
attbefor tha aia.'. .... .
"" ' " ataavatri jeaaiiej . .:i ..rn
Tha aadertiirtred, mtmber of tha Ohio Btata Taaenar'
ANlaUon, adopt and aim to a In taaohlBR, wrltln
and apgaklor, tha orthography and' pronunciation oi
worwupirl Jtoyal Quarto Dictionary, and wa mott eot
dtally rwommend It a the moat rallable tteadard au
thority of tha IngUih UngTuge, a U il bow wrltttn and
Umn Amaaw, Praridcnt Kaayoa Oallaf. ' ' , '
K. D, Laearrr, BuprlnUadnt Zanwlll ScbooU,
U. f. Oowoamr, iup't Publl Bcooola, BaDdoaky,.,'.
S0" I'TRoa, Bup't Poblla Bcbool, 0lralTill.
f.9' 7 aaaaTar, lap l auaHios balsa Bcnooi.
"
nr.
M- BiarMD, Principal Oleraland female Bemma-
Wit. UrrcWB tL knt Pnhll kknli Ut. TTnlnn.
jtauOaDtK, Priaolpal Btata HormU Befool, Ulno'
Onoi Naaoa, frtacf fourth VUrmedjat School,
B. I. BUartr, BoptCaBMn Union Bohaola. r f
Bowni Raoaa, Principal KeNcaly Borul gcbeol. I
BU T. TarraM, Prof. Matheaatlca, Ohio TJnlTertlty.
W. W. inwaaa. Bns't Troa Dnion School.
A. 0 j HonUKPrlnclpalj Weat High, School, JDlore-
B. A. Noitow',' Atiieian Principal High JJcfaool, Oiera
fniOBou mtSi PilprpaipigbT'echoili Olere
no. ---v. . i . y. tcs -f'H
r" MvBirivp, uMivtw, vmviMq AWlUUWt
. A. OaJtruLD, Prealdant of Kleatla Iaatltnle, HI
ran. - ' - t-M--
dW. L. Eiun, Prof., of Chmlitry, .Ohl ,Welyaa
nlrerdty. . S .'.. i. a ... v -
tl.Bi jUBnrr, g0ewrm1ajloBi)T of Oonynan Bohooli,
iaaani tfowaei Prefi Jthetorlo, Oberllai College! '
Taw. Bru, Preeldent Antloch Cellerat '
.? . H. OiTwoutT, Prof. MathemaUea, High
School, Paytoa. , . .. ...
9" H, CaonaatreM, Prof, Langaage, High School.
$. M. Biaaaa, Boat TJolon School, Ahlaad. 1
JftfW fAota Ala Smtdrtd oOur Pml&enta of OoTU.
0, Pro ft tort, Autlutri and J)UUnffitAtd Educa-
tvrt, avt tnaortta wit aoort ttnumtru.
pre!3ideT3 or cotLEdEs in bino;
Haauma Ooutaa "It t truly a magnificent work,
n honor to the aataonl Mm1 nnbllaher. and the whole
eoantry." Prealdent Andrew. . . : .......
Ohto WaWLBV ab TJarvmaarrr ' Tt evoMria n rrrwrtm.
uonit It will be ear aaida In erthearanh and oreaan.
elation, and wUI often be eoaralted by m for It neat
an accural aennitlon." Prealdent Ibompaon. .
W. R. Icliotki Conioa. "Heretofor we nave ned
Wtbiter' orthoiraDhv. At a recant meetlnc of oar
Faealtv. It waa decided1 to ehanve it to eonfona to that
of Woreetter" Boyal 4oarto Dictionary ." Pmldent
Oarntld. . '
Wm Kaarl Coum!.-"! Unci if arth 'oI
eoruuu approbation.." rraaweni xnioncocc. , , ,. . ,
Oaatua Ceaxtoa. "It mare than meat expect.
tlon. 1 reoommeud It aa.tha tandrd authority In
evtnoepy to my chUdren and my .pupU. jYrejident
Hjmn. " ' ... ...
Amooa! Onraa "t adontand aim aa waa In taaehi
ur, writing and apaaklaf, aha orthography aaA prenaa
ouaoa ot nereexer jaoyai uaarte Vieuoaary.''
rreuaeni uui. . i i :.. .
"la all my writing', eMaklng, and teaching, I have ta-
"mm a amnovm w u rate Toroncoarapor ami
pronunciation aaeontahied In WoreetUr DtoUonary."
ueraeemaBa, late rrwweat. " "' ;;
Kurro Cotuoa. Cixarra 'Imort cordlallv reoofn
mond U a the moat reliable Itandard aathority of the
Ingllih language a. It , la sew written and apoken."
ScWoOL.COMMISSIONXRS OP OHIO
JVova Rtt. Anton Anyaa, Cbmwfwr of Cbwtmon
The Diction air la an lmDerhhahl motrnmant to the
learning and Induatryot It author, and aa honor to the
wono oi letter, zne mecnanicai exeeanoa t rar lop
rlor to that of an other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted."
Trim Eon, B. B. Barn. Sa-OomminHontr ot
I , tiotoolt nQMo. ,
'Th moat raUable atandard, aathority at .the ma-
Xjeadiria Nrwpexerj of Obio Say.
I ( from iU CUotiand Ikntiof'Kotdiia.1'
The orthography ot the Woroxtar Dictionary l that
acv. 07 aaovt, u bwi ail, Buwura wt uhnuwh m uiw
oountry and Bngland, and eonformi te the general uag
oi oral nary writer ana ipeanere. .
rrnatever prejudice may nave exunoa prenoniiy, a
careful itudy of thla volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of it great menm, ana a autre
te add ll to me wall letea library, be tl large or (mail,
It la a library tnitaelf, and will remain an imperiaha
ble record of toe looming ef ItaoompUer.
rvmfA Vlndnnoti (tommtrtlal of April TO.
Here are ttpwarda af a hundred' thoaaud word, rood,
bad and Indifferent Who multUarlona meaning and
derivation, together with tbelr corMet awalllng aad pr
aanelatlon, are sat elaarly before the eye. The work I
anquaatlonabiy the gnateet Thaarae tt SngUah Word
ever
TrmAtCUttlctriaUidtmf.iim..
Xvtdaatly Woataana' Xatu, Qsaavo Picnoaiav it
not only tit Jo, Ma nr eeerJj of ai AvmI ever 4.
iM,andoaa) by no ponthlllty auSuby eompariaono
eontroveny. 41 i,-. ' . : ,. .
I JTrom tU IbltSo Mtadtof Aty 39.
At to raoioncu-nox. woaoxana a Toa BTAiouaB
follewed by ear bnt author! m deBnltmns b leave
nothing to be deal red, and In OaTBoaaanr It is lufBfttnl
te ay that W oaoama ean be salriy followed.
I INGIIAiri BRAGG, :.':
rnbllbere Bookseller ft Stationer!
: BO. 181 SUpiBIOR ST., CLITKLAKJ), OHIO.
'tak.9 J i 1 U it i t:i . '
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IlEilNURlSCE COMPANY,
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Mantel per statement Jan. Ut,'l8SOr',ve3,40o,Ml K
Racelred for Premium dur- ' ' ' , , ,
log lb year J..- 1791,03.) SS ' 1
Reeeivvd tor inlacist darinf . i. j l--c .
the year i860 14,014 1 ,,: ..
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Boo and Mortgagee oa Real oif,
Batata, worth auable thf
- amount loaned...,..-..., 8, JS7 jBri fti
Premium Bote, on Poliole ' . '
alforoa,onlyttrawtngper ,,', M-V w '
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Loan on Borip . S.0J1 44 , .
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court ef tianaaumla-.. MtS im.t l. ,,
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total Assets'..... e3,fil34M SO
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T,5T Httatea la fovea, fcsnrlnf...e,4te,8l
1,43S aew Balktai have avaea earing (M yesxvu
Aftr aoereful eamalaMBa ef the rca vaTw of rh
eutetaadlnt Polkrieeef (be Company, acd bavlag the
naeaMury awaownJ In re err ihererai, the Dlreotor
have dee tared a Divnwxe or as per otnt. an inn rreml
am paid a the table rate, to all pelMc for life In for,
tmaed prior to January I, IBM, payable according to the
promt rule of the Company i T' i.
Rateafor all kind of Llf Con tin reticle. Pronee.
om.BmteaMata, and AnpHaaUona, will be furniabed
wrTaoo-( oauaaa ai UM Cifto a Ageaoeaaad ah Oeav
I tT. Iw: R0Bli. t; ATTI!RS6Tf, Present. '
f I .nM ,.' j,, (j, SBOTBCsTlcePresldaut, 11
M. w.auaii.riHf newivnwy. ' . rinn..
,itB. -::V oyw,(
,
H.. Johmon Block,'
WW-
T Ii A tl A 1 1 TIOFRED" BtACK
A DBBR9 BTLKS, of every ' an moat elt
aaatrtateal in ana any, aae at uotramrbi ram, -
'oapiUlfaMiT: ' Be.WBe.uHlgheuwi,
i
'W?irTWrrhhI''&iaa-iie:'I'r the
.tyooAi oy Vhlch this fluiA T)ecomea Vitiiitod,
cdkBtjrl poor.1 "Betntf In, the oirotilation, tt
petvaac trie wnoia ooar. ana may cum out
tA diBBaJe tfn any part of it." Nd orwh'U Jrce
Uom iU attacks,' nor la tbtte 'ou trtiich St ma?
not destroy. The acrofuloua taint is rarlomly
cauaed bv mercurial diase7 low livinir, dig.
ordered OT UtirrrAltrry food; Impttrw ktr,'fllth
ahoy filthy iMttjitl,' the depretting; noei, ana,
ajjote all, by the tenereal infection.1 ' -IVhat-eVer
be its oritrin, it la hereditary in tho con
stitution', descending " fcom parent to children
unto the third and fourth generation V Indeed,
i( -eeema to be the rod of llim who lays, w I
'Will visit the iniquitie or the lather upon
thei children." " i
i I Its-effects commence by deposition from the
.Uiood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, In
XJie lung, Uyer, and internal organs, is termed
tiiberclu j in Ute glands, swellings ( and on
tha surface, eruption or sorest This foul cor
iiption, wliicb genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of kle, so that sexvnuous constitu
tlons not only, suffer torn scrofulous com
pluinUlmt tliey havo titr less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases: eonso
qucnly vAt . number perish by disorders
Which, altltough not scrofulous in theii nature,
ate .still rcqdered futal by tliis taint in tha
system. Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
lit tins scrotuious contamination i and many
dc-itruttiYC disease of the liver, kidneys, brain,
aiil, in'Jiicd, of all the organs, arise. from, o?
are aggravated by the same cause.', i;''
j On quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;.
their person uq jnvaded by tliis lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined, by it,
To clcame it from the system we muit renovate
tho blood by an alterative medicine,- end in
vigorat it. by healthy food and - exercise.
Such a medicine wa supply in m
doiiir
ACER'S' :V., ;,.,.'. ,
pound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
kkill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedial that havo
beenl discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of tho
svstera - flow it destructive- consequences,
llence it ahould be employed for the Ur of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise front it, such as Enrprm
and Sxm Disearks, Sr. Ajttiiont'8 Fine,
JIOSB, OC'ErVSIPEIA,' PlMPT.TiS, PPSTTJIBS,
BtoTciip-9, Blains imd Boils, TcrNong, Tr.mR
and Salt Rheum,' Scald Heat, Rinqorm,
KliTiVMATTsM, 8tvihtio andMBitctiriiAtDts.
Rdr.4, l)uor3Y, DrsrEPSU, Dsnttrrr, and,
illUcod, AM CoMPLAIWTS ARISIHO PltOM VtTIA-
tbi)' or Ijrptina Br.oon. ' Tlie'Tjormlnr belief
frtj " impurity of I fit Hood is founded in trath,''
lot scrofula is a degeneration or the tjloou. . J,rjo
piirticulnr purpose and virtue of this Sarsnpa-
ritlu is to purify and regenerate this vital fhud.
wuiuuv wincu nunu ocoitn u mipcxsiuic in
contaminated onstitutions.j j ij t'
OT
:e;ue
... a..
in
lifci
' re it rns'grEBrT.lcVf or
rmittont Fever, orPevi audAene,
Hemltax Fever. Chill Fever. Dnntrn
A ue, I'crlodlcal Headache, or BUioa
Htailnrhe,' and illUon Fever, Indeed
for tlie whole claaa at liieneaorIginat
Inp; In biliary, derangement, need hf
the Malaria at AUaamaatl Coamtrlcat.
Wo arc enabled here te offer the community a
remedy which, while it cure the above complaints
nit,lr certainty, i atill perfectly harmless in any
quantity, fcucli a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these alllicting disorders prevail. This
"Ci'iti:" expels the miasmatic poison of Fever
and Aoub from Die system, and prevents the de
velopment of the diieato, if taken on the 6rt ap
ptuuch of its premonitory gymptoms. It is not only
the beat rtmedv eve jet' 4iscpvered fur thi elaas
of complaints, but also the cheapest, The largo
quantity we supply for a dollar brings ft -witfiln the
reach or every body ; end in bilious district, where
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COMBINED! THE GREAT BATTLE OF MANASSAS.
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Highly Interesting Narratives Gallant
Highly Interesting Narratives Gallant Conduct of Officers and Mon--
Scenes and Incidents.
[From the Richmond Dispatch, July 29.]
'tnMo'thaa a week has passed sine
turn gretl Dam OI JHanaaaaa. mnA k. t...
4allj hcen furniahed with, parrallves of deeds
!h ?Aaf,tbftJ5Mbl00dAfield' ,hw9 j't reS
maeb to be told, and we har anat ,irn..
W prooar from tb most reliable aotrroe such
It "a J"1 ?,Dl M not only inlerert
-kLiiTi 1 VrJ9 M aiae u, the nUtorian
wu ouaii ucreauer emDoay the no dent of the
revolution of 1860-'61.- I " -S . . -
Til followlntr atatamant A .
distinguished officer, who bore a euMpionoa
fid!' An tka 4T1j f L . hi . ma . -
,7 , pv't ?n ue 3lst of Julj;
THE BATTLE OF MANASSAS.
, RiosKONo, July 27. 18Cl.-It mav not, ha nn.
acoeptable to jour reader to learn something
or the battle of Mdhaasn from aa eye-witness,
who bad better opportunities of observation,
pcrhapj, than any one elae., ha first gun Bred
by the eoemv waa at flra mlnnto. .iv
o olock in the pornlng, Uttteric opening against
i v(Linuicimw cooceai to movement
ageiDit our leit... :k short time afterward, Genr
Jobutton and Gerf Beauregard, with their staff;
rod off to the oeareat point of elevation and obt
servalion eonvenient to the centre, end there
"" uevoiopraeni, wnust to iron Bail whis
tled arouod and over them.' ABioeula mlt-
cuncepiion leemt to pervade tu publio salad
which ha not vet been correetoH. & dm
Beavrtgard fought thi hattU, and Gtn. Johniion
ytcfoca i arreeaertocd plan. Whilet aocording
to Geq. Beauregard all tb merit to which h 1
eoutiea, aaa there does not live a more gallant
gcuwcuiHu nun omcer, nor one lor whom 1 have
a higher admiration a General, it is due to
Gen. Johoctoa to aay, fief A pUnntd tht battle.
Pr eminently a modest man. Gen. Johnston,
perhaps, would never claim the high honor,
which is hi due, and therefore It devolve upon
bis friends to portray the man.1 ' L "
Without uch a General, the Republio would
no longer flourish to greenly, for reverse would
bare showered npon our arm, and despondency
would wreath our faoea daeteed of tha hrioht
gleams of hope. Eseentially a man of judg
ment, ueueral Johnston haa never rteked,dorlg
tb campalso. anv battl wbereoir ehancea a
noteood. Thoueh our men mnrm'urcrl vaatJ
wucu oruerea to so oacKwara from rlarDer'a
rcrry, irom uunaer s nui, irom utrksville,
A tf nn t
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auu trom (v incneatar, no on ean now dar dis
pute me sagacity which planned all the mov
menu. To have risked a battle by attacking
ouijciiur uuiuuern, entailing oef eat upon US,
wouia aououets nav crushed our proud Repub
lio in It ln:eptioa.;. When General Johntn
(who has always been ia correaDoodenea with
General Beauregard in regard to the junction of
the armies, and who for weeks bar alao pointed
out to tb Prealdent to abselut neoetsity of
Buca a movemcnu reoeivea order to form tha
juDotion, it came at a fortunate moment, when
ratierson naa movea to Ubtrleston, twenty-four
miles distant, and bad placed il out of bts power
to attack o in the rear. Only tea thousand of
our comma arrivea in urqe lor, thai battle, but
they were enough. .' , , 7,
To return, however, to the battle; our 'line
wa extended over a distance of elehtr miles. In
a position nearly asaimilalini; to a aemi eirol.
0n,6atarAay -titgbt Ueneral Johnrtrm aarunted
command, and nearly the entire night wa eov
turned by tb staff of both Generals la writing
order to the different brigades to prepare foe a
forward movement la the morninn-. General
Beauregard' plaud war to be earned nut ia a
great measure, and th rout of the enemy would
nave neea mora signal, aoa aououesa Washing
ton would now b in our posMaaioa, if our at
tack had not been converted into a defense by
the! movements of the enemy. W intended to
mot about 6 o'clock, and thev bommenoed their
aoaoADeioreoar movement ooold be mad.a
Frdm a letter written by on of tb enemV.
dattd July SO, 9 P. M and aftarward found by
tbe writcr, their poeiiion was taken and more
meat commenced at that hour. Our 'General
waited patiently opoa th knoll which I har
dwlirnated. but th earn cannot b laid at vour
humbl ervant or tho other sentlemen around
about, until finally the rattle of musketry noon
oar extreme left betokened that "somebody wa
getting hurt." I'..' ,-ii.'di . intv,'... -i :i,a
To understand th battle, von moat know that
our line was faced toward. -Bull Run and, 1mm
dlaely back of it, deiending th variou ford.
By turning our' flank, th Una of battl was
ehahged to a direction perpendioular to th one
which w had assumed, and eommeaolng at our
left, extended back for a mile and a quarter.
When th mutketry betrayed the "eat la th
meal tub,"1 awaV went the General and their
staff, flying npon th wing of th wind So reach
tne: scene or, action, distant, three miles. ,Tb
oountry wa a rolling one, thickly Interspersed
witi pine thicket, and tb battl ground wet1 an
open valley with a bill upon aoh aid; rising
ome 100 feet above the low ground, and distant
fcom each other about 600 yatda. . The itruggl
was an alternate movement or regiment. When
the head of McDowell's oolumn. reached Bud
ley spring, a ford much higher up than it was
anticipated they would. cros, aa th Stone
Bridge was the point we were defendinr uson
oaf extrem. left, quiatiy they, toeaked along,
;atttog in behind ua.wnta dleeovered, I belltve,
1 General Evans' Brigade, who ooened fir
upon them.'"'" '" " -'
They had now retreated to the brow of the hill,
whet, tb bricad of Gen. Jaekson, waa Ivina
etriia, aud tbi was the moat- critical point of
the day. . Fighting for hour under a hot tun,
without a drop of water near, the oonduct of
our; meo could not be excelled j but human en
aurtuio aa It bound, and all seemed about to
be loit, . Our reserve war vet mile distant
from the scene of action, whilst the enemy's re-
serve kcdi D-estine on. r rom tha anon naar
tU Lewi Hvoetj, tbo twaOeaarala bad remained
aoxloua sptotAtors of th coaflloti eat the lime
had com for action, and plunging their spur
Intel ill nnfp.V.fAOtll atawta. laiv mmnl thm
Geaefals and their staff into the thickest of th
fights Coming ap flret to th Alabamlane, who
werai without a Held oQicerr Gn. Johnston
plaeed , his, oolor-bearer by his horse' eld and
'- a n a . .turn .n .
movea on cacu ana an oi in ian, witn the
G4rahr, vleing with each other la word of n-
oeuragement to the ataa to eotna.a.Aad well
tima was tbi movement 4 , ., ,; 1 -
Already onr line upon th hill top was eiviDtf
away, but inolted to fresh deeds bt heroism by
tha appearanc in their midst of odr General,
pptrently bringing ' np "pemforcemenrs, they
pitched Into th fray .With redoobled ardor t and
front that Urn yielded not an inoh of around.
Geo, Beauregard, riding over . tr tb left, took
chaff of operation there, dlinlaslna hi feck
less oraverv Dj riding everywhere la the face ef
the enemy' fire, and having hi hone killed be
neath htm,' fortunately escapingTininured him
Nlf Tb tide of battl thus obecked, away
went Gea. Johnston's taff to hurry no th re
serve and assign them to proper poaiiion, fThe
flret were met two mllea back, cover ad with dat
and ooming at a double quick, 9a they went,
planglng) into th midst of tb .ray, and tb
sunahin 01, , certainty aid not jrieam front be
neath the mark cloud antll Gen. Kirbi Smith
arrived with a portion of hia dlviaioa npon tha
ground., Coming irom Winchetr, b heard
tb toar of the batttle, and without waiting for
order he t enoe disembarked hie men, Col.
Eltty's Brigad, and. marched barriedly to pur
aaiunc C0U1 Kershaw's and Col. . Cash's
regiments arrived upon th ground at the same
moment, and with, tbes four thousand men
pert. Smith promptly took the extreme left and
turned the tide of battle . ,. , . ..
Then, in quick soocessiorJ, the enemy's regl
hients deploy ed la tin to their right, whilst our
om tt upott our left.'- The ngagemeat grew
hot ' and heavy.1 'Their' column numbered SS,1
000. Irhfie-w could ontveBoos them at th
beghming with about 8,000. Slowly but surely
tb heayy eoluma kept oa it maioh; preealo-e
onk Une.traokby.lh.walght.numb, aad
mtaviug oD in tu s tued purpot of turning our
flank and attacking as In tb rear. rGallnily;
DOWelVelr. did ant ArtlW aibttwrTld. 1 1.. tmaJJ
and despite of aHhia, rsgimant altar regiatanl
,11 . . way, uiaputtng uesroaad.
Ueh by Inoh, regardi of th f act that Tt nr.
depors bad been eat to piece or dispersed.
J ,l "aiog oar linw, th Eighth
Udorgla Regiment wae ordeicd lo take It, and
right wall did tbey do so; bu a myriad of Yan
kees Seemed to rise no. who hid hfthartA h.
wunieu, anu pouring in tbelr fir opoa our
column, li tMBuDi m ll, away like ssew h,
nekth a .umrner' uaP , ,Ce,(.Xlardur waa We
wan hare
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Bh, compos of Mi..lsiPpl.D and AUbafn
.uarwjw wa aoot .Bear
ttl pot, whlhn, iaadlag 00 tha 7gi.
RjffllllUli.'.AIh...J..I . il.l .
a ' vr'"u,"uuou "I 01. vrtrtren.'Uer.
Bees Brigad could Dot withstand th4lrc,
tornado;if shut and shell pweepiag tBrouab it
rank, aad elowlw retired, flghtiug bravely all
U time. 1. The 4tk Alabama Regiment suffered
vSrrlbly , Rll of It field officer being shot down,
and two (Col. Jonea and Major Sooit) left upon
th field. - Col. Joao Wa captured, bat fat
ward retaken during 'tha rout. Falling back
upon the position taken by Hampton tegloo,
-piuwoea van oioariy d anowa-br th
neap or oeaa m f ront of ibtlr line, a momea
tary cheek wae tbrewn In the enemy's approach.
ri-The enemV bad Mai tW tnmthA ma rlantr aafa
bar gotten eallrely behiad a, and nearly ifiQQ
uiKuunr ns voaiiaoai na la tha m.
"""o "" eu. ojnitn uetermined to cat them
Off, and would hav don to, bat for hi misfor
tan in belcg bot throagh th nok with
grape ihot just a Col. Kenhaw, was witbla
twaty yards of him for th porpoi of receiv
ing orders. His nlao of cuttine tham off eraa.
.d.l.a.kl. I C . . . ...
onquently, not eariled oat, and they war
ouauieu 10 join tno main nody, hotly aarmed
bv oar men. Gen. Jackann'a KritfmAm Wd.A K...
lying tot hour soatajoiug , witn unflioehipg
oourag a moat terrifio fire." The General bad
bia horsashot under him; and a finger of the
left hand shot off, hut cool aai euoumher, h
still urged hi "boys" to b ateady, aad .ateady
I?6' V wh,a "'V'P' butebored th
rlr Zoaave and other regiments right and left.
The General hat a way of holdinglla head Bp
ery.atraigbt, and bi almost invariable te-
pon,4o any remark A "Tery wall," wbllet
hi cbln eems trjlng to get up toward, Ihe top
of big head. The writer, remembers In., tha
midst of th icht, it hav -ca the Genartl
rallying- Bit men, while bif thin seemed .to
tlok ba further, and ! "rery weEts' seemed
wv vuui iw crupuuuiouaiy .to at ever, ..ana
when th writer wltbed- Aa poor a kttlo wtriiky
"I" auaneiea linger, a was torn that It
wa "01 no conieouanca." and awav want tht.
General with a battery following him to take
position, La eom advaatageoa , spot. If aay
wra was rrcrTUHuea 10 a souDriquet, tne Uen
eralioertalnlv daaapvaa that nr mmJ .-
Ad incident connctd with th battle i'worUi
mentmnloeij A vonna eantlenan tmm rk.
tucky, twenty rears of ace. named Thnm0-
Duncan, waa verydesirou of being la the fight,
to by tb reqneat of th writer, b waa plaeed
-1 1 - r. tw, . . . . . . r
.luugoiue vap. irigg or ta Montgomery f en
ciblen. Tom received a good Minle musket and
went for bi smmanitloo. but exDnxsed doabta
aiter receiving woetn o naa anough. Upon
inquiry, after aacertaining that he had 60
rounds, the writer told him to. quit shooting af
ter he had exhausted that amount: Afte lav.
log KpoMd to th enemy' fire for a lone time.
tht regiment (Col. Jame hi Preaton'). waa
wucrwi to ouarg in riro a.aav, an well
tqev aia tt. lom to th front rank: leading,
naa iuw urai nan auoi. ' it iew minut 'later.
.1 .. . m . . ..
tua writer lom KOina to tna rear arith a
Minis ball throueh hi theulder. and tha areat
eourve 01 uisjautiacuon uppermoet in hi mind,
, - . . . . . . : :
wa mat ne naa oeen snot whilst charging bay
una., ana naa not oca auowea time to nre ,
tingle one r. tils bIU. i .- ., -
-This regiment of CoL Preston' behaved ad
mimbly, as Its long list ef killed and wounded
will testify, bul it would be Invldiou to praise
any portion oi an army to th exalusion af nth.
r, where all did to wall. It i worthy of meny
uon mat in an the vicissitude of the battle the
enemy at no time took one of our pleoe of artit
lery, and to? thundered awav all the time, do
ing great execution and canning diamar Into
the hearts oi all the Yankee.
The scene of oarniire waa bevonetdeanrtntlnn.
Her a pii ef dead and drine men: there atrnr-
gltag, orippled bora, end over the turfae af
ta nitherto peaceful fields, tb surging, angry
war of battl still adding th Victim, to th
lone list. Our Kaht artUlerv batter! m fr
have bn more taaa a avatoh for tb rifled ctn-'i
son at tbe abort distanoe for oar guae would be
fired three or four timu to their onc But U
auuat u aumineu iaat aomo 01 tneir oatterlee
were fired with- lb precision, almott, of a rifle
at 100 vardatviMtaac. Oartne ' tb retraaCL .
single gon was planted In the aklrl of a wood,
a nuie aistant irom one ot our guns, .which was
firing shell into the retreating 'oolumd. "'Bang I
went their first gun, and thttaell exploded about
twenty leet beyand ears,, and directly ia a Una
over it. The econd ahell was .thrown about
three feet farther, and, instead of moving our
gua a iew iieps, me aruuenat Kept firing 10
the earn poaitlool Bolnp; only thirty varda dlav
ttal, the attention of th wtltar had been drawn
to tbi preoiston, when bang! cam the third
gun, laeuog on. to neaa 01 to oincer in com
mand of our gun." Then1 our nleo waa ranidl
moved to another poeUioa, but too lata to aay
,tn m or a gauant offloer. , t. ,.:;i;T,K
There waa a constant strut-ele darinf the dav
over the enemy' batteries. Time aad again
ware tney captured by oar men and vary often
retaken by th enemy. . The moat exoitad ora
ure oa tb Battle field wa th Rv. Mr Repel.
to, captain qg toe ran eoantv ( va.i Urava.
who claim d the honor of taking Rlokett's
(Sherman's) battery. 1 Of hie whole eompauy,
nearly 100 strong, ke had only IS unlnlncd
Another of our Reverend. Col. Pendleton, a
gradaat of West Point, a resident at Lexihg-
tua Virginia, anu an' Epicopauan minister,
ante aatta boar .darient aka.davj and dmhtlMa
did mor - than ,aoy ami le to check tha ad
vancing enemy.. Tb Inquiry among th prig.
oner was very general "Who the tv II 00m-
raanded that batierv o th left that killed so
many , of out. man 7" Oat! reply wav ttit it
WT-? 7 .nnaiton, .3 n03 1
About fire 0 clock oar anxious minds ware ra.
nevtd by tba eettation'of bacnonadlng from
tbelr aide,1 whllat udoo aari tha thaaawa atni
rolled out long aad loud; thed we k tew we bad
them. , A long Una of, dust toward Centrevillf
f.ruuiuiou tun wa airipe nau oeen pienteou.
V administered to th nroteae of Llnenln 'aAd
tb citara and Baral way triumphantly v
wa veiua, anu toe eavairy were orderad M PUfr
u.t The history of that pursuit uoon our Dart
ww.w u, w.AkiivM iu wvruB wi viuva, lor
mor tn war killed theu'and ther than had
fallen Id: the tottleiij Odd Infantry karsied
aa rapidly aa pouttl. whllat our batterie gave
a parting nre in toe rear." 11 wa " tauat
fat, eaf"-devl! 'tak-tb bladmoet' Bhd
kaaptaekg, run. vrytiar that locommWHa
speedy flight, , wer gotten rid ol aa quickly a
poasioi. in amount or plunder trwn upon
th road I almost Incredible.
Thquaatity f arm taken It is hir to get kt.'
as many of them are in tb hand of those who
first took them. For instance, on company of,
Virginia troop, in returning from th nursutt.
captured enough Minis mntket to afrd the
whole wammaad eu gtron.': it ta watimated.
however, thai 12,000 mU arm U1 he added
to oar stock of ordntnc. Enough powder; wi
Ukea to supply the army for another big1 battle,
and 63 pieces of artillery; with tb otlsaoo full
01 proiu,wueb. . will ba reiurned ahoniv
with our complimeuta, to tbelr former master.
many nnoared ot our brav boy ,now eport;
splendid blue overcoats, tbe owners of which
didn't bar time t call for them,' I 'i!i oil
Iber lend earthly doubl that bdr army was
overoomoi several times bet weed twelve and
three, and. that the bulletin tent by tb nerny
are, ia th'' nmiu, oorrect; but alaat '.'the btat
laid jilwi f mica and men. alt gang agle," and
h
,
!
f
,.ilV.r,0,TOM'MWyaOOrda(howlna to,
"""'IBOfor tu eountry from .Wahh,fn i tt..
iwacwna. it wa vi,i.t
iggata
Ik 1
be 1
n1
aiilK0 'ri'T. we there a grant -all,
ween the cop and tha llnW Wii .11 at.JT
naratlMM. ..a-T" F
r aeawwuaMATlar a araa at aa An mnfm ia
T-r--wia,1ie avjoj Da t tl aenteaav
rfand, and w met them toXLaWwlik
ao otbar ntruohmat but WghiataJ
Bj abov on toavXhudliaiarr lK
whole pl.o of itUck Std b.?nt;p it;
lir..Jllf map A. j&
ool ' If,' Tt "' wrter rweavw of Got WU
00, of Miohigan, commtadieg' tt, Semaad
ri,7;.j: n?"!"f. ?rK ,we. Boad
IUUA. Dl fflinfllntan ttmm, at.. Jl. 4 mm.
vvwa anas man. t iu iii
. " P..
Lot h War Dart-tfr
Pefta.
a Ma
, JT . ., !. ... . Ii
tfftlf . wt
lht
li 'plaaof akioa
Jk. J l . . . 1 V
mTIl!.8' ! f"f
IngS, wher tha oroaaine?. area nt. .1 1
column Indicated that ih a.
ad there. - ' wTt-jrr.?. -7""""
The number of ma aolaalfy erJgag4 oa ear
side, was eighteen Uwataod, Uoegh sosj Ulak
.,.ie,, uTU aibe angaged apea U
other elde, taken from lb admliiuoa oftattv
ed: officers, wt about thirty- thoaaaadl
wat wa the cri enj .
anaW WjtZaT I
eS be but OU OOlnloa aliona i,.tS-Zr
n, t r amrwutao, i.Oyond that Wfcloa
P1, I Vjrt enee aeded tow.dMnt-w
1M bull-doc oouras-a tJ one 1 Tv-LVrT,
no) quit fighting. fl.ld w of thi lloaola''"
cfficarWhat aart af mtm .J -.7
brdk yoor regi meat al 1 to piaaataad tj tre dT
did, not whip yon." And so it w. Scattered
at they were, every man ant an i,,i-'
bis' Own hook, and you otrald have hv,kr .
T,ltnj Um" 00t of e thlckete, wa"
aldki't know Wbara their maeialav M. v.a r
kept loading and biasing away. From tbe-.i
awtarao iragmenu of cotnptnles, General Job. .
lhe" avrl hundrd, and tmataui''
Col. Thoma to tak thtm to. a sitloo7whlcha
b Indicated a short dlitanoa off' It .a u
rn.in. .kt. ....... r 1. " . . ,
.-.itiej iui, ecrvio,tnai mi gallant reatlaaaaa
-)fJflcJaf,.tp tmtt: ' 4t-
' Th artillarv eantnrad in. th if J j l. j
splendid .horse atUched to them. arriond T?.
U itfi beat style. Sixty-two o? InWare
brought in together the next aaornbg. Ia the V'
rout however, th ertillerUt, to ava tbmsalri ,
from that devil. Colonel Stuart. r ....i
cut1 loo tbe Jbotm taad left the otunoa Jsjtk
iwnu,
".The mortality wa tmuMrap6a aU atda.. ft
?P:"0 tirvis wlU ahear aboat atx taatdi at
deed killed, and 3.600 wrandeoViUea itbavua taA
about fifteen hundred left dead, and Jrty-aaA
huedratt wounded. We oould .juva.itad a
iuwfliiea a tea tboaaaad, bar waa god
V " uw" " "i itta aaa laed
tnem T -
! ' ' '' '. -'mir:Q
l: STONE'S BAZAAB
ta U&
OfJBOb
p-- ,, ' --..v Tw,oi-yyvfn jaf
.a... JeTtfiVilA OfvljAAimtV
iJ" O08. aad Invite th. pablia to atetmet.--
them
No mch Itock of Oonrf. a -Z. a. T--b 1
thi market. Tb South, fat eoaeeqaene af la tUaaw. aM
of the grain crop, haa act beeu able I aerehaa tha"-?
ualqautlty of rieb good, aad th fact baa oh'
Imoortam ta aaU thATZt 7.T " V
C? Btone) being la New Tork at tbeee Urge ml, '
advtaaajwof tnam, amdwe eta aad wlUmM aaTaatdr 1
hare, at lea, tbaa any one who parohamd tweweek See
paid far them In New Tork. UMaook oW7w iam
""I tfVVtotOt Ol , ., ,f j . . . , mMrtM .... ...I.,:.
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vnunAR v KB, "'
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.roa riUoTTBO MEtlNOaV , bloew
m ,1 1,,-, nn, TOMCOTOEOl
BLkClt ALPACAS,' I t57oJl JL.dw
1 ,, ;,F,ACY WOVEN FAJRIC8,
1 j ,, O ALL WOOL DELAWE3.V ?
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ijicided .; 9 ,5tb 1, DKLAINEJlA"
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SI I ak A Bin . At am a ea-iaa ..
i jfiYO' Tbautmnd Dolr 'Wortb7
be t.unY. a '- uttut IiaLititoo.c'Ja
-wommmmiML'z
taaatdm,
!fi:t!?,!fL,'.!?",, FwdtnmwwT.(iT
fcadita, Mitmaand Children's Boaiary ef all kind. 1 1
W oo aad Lamb a WeaM I Jetar Lined aad Oaaamaaat
ef evry make ,... ,. t . '
..j..,.. iMHiissi u aiorj aai a ,r$Av
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jrdplete uaortment of ail th aaaal'vaH. , '
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in i..o vi s deITbUMhINOS,11
Ladies andOoat'a Linen Camorla fLnlZj?
KI?V' " P1 eatwatd to
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aw "'ri1"e, eoaprwng every Variety ft Blllla-
iryi tdt; alarg aaeortmeot oT BaanroUerka, lTael.ryw
and MoMonr, em., aad m ttsaUU and price' But ata-5
not fall to ull all who amy favotiwinaalwad
gooaanav aeea onatatrale aaate, sal will a Bald
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a-ia .laaajfj f. IljTEU Yf adf a tl..
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eatbmmtleflaeltat, a: 4to.(ftatAtoU!kt u.
Wvor her with their eroVra, A A . . . .
Th4 Ladle. qolumbu. ud vynlty MJkJi"??
epiWherltnaalMror IheUr Ubaral pttroaaga, H"
B4fd retyMrurty tIla entiaaaNf e aarne
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trrmichaTaTaV f A ttKrO vre xtre e-'vl
Unaa Skirt Boaom P'Ma aad Paet lc ud
Shirting and BceemLliwn.
Linen ahaetlogcan iHHewtttoea.
il.,i. Llno OamhrVa and Li" I'v. mr-m
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Lluea Napkin and D'vylice.
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