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3n S 'B months 13 00
9o S 1 meath 10 80
On Smooth 8 00
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On
On
3 days
On. Sdjw. 75
On llbBon! 50
t'tHply! arkrflseBnn)
half mora than tfa shove
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AdntllMBHU letdM'anef plaotd la th column af
i pwUlHotlei,ndotlAoniitini(. .V'
All not! nqalnd to b published by bur, Utolrwte.
vnnnuao uinnaaHaiuiTiy tiur innntwk
rw Mat. son til abotr ntoi bat all mob trll
ppw In tht Trl'WMkly wltbont ohtryt. I
r 3M ur lla; saUid d. "j
Hotlo.ojne4I,gll phrttbll.Us, ftr. ebip4nlt
half Mrtj . ...v i. j -'j- - .
' U ttafiVfml advrUnfmmU mutt is paid for in
timet knl11)ntbini1e4frsa. i,,
WMkly, tin prio u th Dally. whr th adnrltaki
Mth WMkWalon. Whera h Dally and WMklj
febaitt torth WMkly will to
m JI 4rttMt kw apt far dtfiolt pflo4 j.
BUSINESS CARDS.
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an 17 itutaki rUBLIC.
0o-aalMl HlUlni, eppodt Oapltol ftqoart.
XL. OOUOniMTall. i
.sAttoiBejr h& Confisellor at Law,
Eur. MARION, OHIO. !
Machine Maanfactariaj Company
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1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I.
RAILROAD.
vwuvouDgMumuiM W.W UM rilTBBUmQH, FT.
W1TMI1) nnT11flAliTTniit v s
Jbr rwamyk, rhQatUlpMa and BatUmort. Alto
'..'' C fT Tori WawHand CUoav. '
, , Cwwrlng at Otoratiad wllk th ttXM 0BOU aMIL
rrDiklrk, Bnffal, Albanr Bo
m v .i .., Mw York.
4HEEE TRAIH3 DAILY,
jjl jfram Colombo, la objimUob with !Tmlnieathj .
..t-IXTLB lUIAlTII AltD COLIHIBVI
ana AMU HlLKOA)
f LEST TRAIN. T' '-":.
-la io.
' KIQHT XXPMBB-Ur Oolunbai at 3.40 A. M t
k irtll km paaMngtr at all lUUona (oath of Ualiun,
wp ai vmnn, ainny, uatainiioa aaa vliaaa, and
at allocation north of Gallon. atrtflDi at Otanlaad
. iat0A. UH IHuUIrk 8K P. H., BoSalo 4 UP. M.
J"? A. M., Nw York 8:35 A. M.. BotoD9:0
F. M , ftttaborih Tla Oratlln i:10 t. U , Fntladai'
hlatilO A. M, fjhlcan Tl OtMlUaa ai 1.1X1 JML, i
BX0OMD TRAIN.
ffcl T01KIXPUSS-LeT Oolnnbot at 11:10
A. am, Will ttop atLawla Oaatr. (for Whit OolDbar
prlf). Palawan, Oardlnitoa, Gallon, OraalUno, ihal-1
by. Maw Lwxloo, WdUngtoa and Graf loo, arrlT
Oloralaad at 3i p. m.l Dunkirk, 8:S0 a. a. Bo
am, 10ISH p. at.) Albany, 8:45 a. a.) N.wToik, l.
.a. Boatoa,4:0B.B. Chi Train onnoto at 8hf
hy tor taadnAy, and at Qlaftoa tor Taltdo, arrlTU at
Tottfl:4tlp. B. .
J thibd num. n.,.,;,
V ill AND A00OMM0DATION LTa OolamMi
p. B. '.Will (top at all Kallona loath f
barer, and at Haw London, WalUrfion, flraftoa,
and Vina; arriTln at Olaniagd at 8:30 p. B. Dn.
kirk, S.-j a. oi. f Bolfalo, ISO a . m. I Albany, 80 p. b.;
MwTork, 1M p. m.; Boaton, lliiS p. b.( PllUburik.
raOro.tliiw.at ll:Mp. b.j Phlladalphla, 1.1)0 p. b.,
Cbieajro, 94a (imtlln, 8:48 a. a. Tbla Train aonnoott
at ahaltv fo( landaaky and, lolado, arriTlni at Toldo
tMp.aa. ... k , . ,- i
m. a. a . 4
i-Aituit leepmr tan an ran on
AtfKijlit Tralxu to Cliicajro, Sew,
iv Jor 1111,1 MW1U . -s -' I
S(K9f alt TVov Aw Tor oMd ioV)M
-tt,0-osiAo4JBad
JrW lortria OntUim. ,
; . J fiT.V.RN I N 0." . :t ,
fl BhaitirBarrrmatOlaBbaaat.tl.il:lSP. If.
CbMinnatl Bxpraa antral U Oolnmbtti at 10:50 A . fct.
AeMBBodatloa JUprtat arrlrai at Oolumbo at 7:80
.jefA(.a "r '-' ' j
riramilLow at r anrtu Monte.
( br rkirtr via Oaf Km or (XtmW. .
lirkaMl ii . ! .i i r - .-.'-l
, iAMIl PATTIB80R, Aftnt, !
I
tetororoa t vtatBotttmt'' 1,1 fcl
1UITKAS IOO bap prlB 1 Oooaa. .... ,
i . . ; :, . " . f-r-i
tOOkbl. ttaadard Wbll lann. aoaibtlni of
ti" - drad,0braabodL0rannlatad A and BCoflo
fl ailnuii Bwrta Ink OodOih.
BObbl. Meat and No. 1 Mackml. ,
a to. Ptok Babaon. - '. .
. IOO hi. Urw Balala. ' ''. ,
fhfatwd- do ' J -
IH M wlprs, mffmnt toudi ind frad
. porJlr..T a , . ,r WM. MoDONAtp.
M..C LILLE Y ' J'
. vosta icaa, btuki coitmin, pmo
BattlMly j i M . , i i , . i. 4
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.W.White;iild.BlBe
HIBDOKlj'
?sSljs z A r-r i" Jul
prW So.MBoathBLihitrMi
5.
i.i.lii.IIICti
RKW 11UOFXBOUT.
tjt roiolrid taow
Wapiaaariu aapai
A now Baka at B00V BtttTl
iu aoparto tMaar pH 4atrdaod
XUhCf
it
v.) . Tat Cheapest eetut tlw Sett
m'jiif .(; it 'I .r;U-U'!tai t1" Vo 1
jrioat nelltlDta'uariv.ku
uiai tBBB wiaHBaioMoAr Airt.'
'Hir ar upward! of a Dnndrad Thouaand frorda,
whom aa.tUarloDMarn-j and dCTtratlona, tbirtthai
wiib urn omet niun,anii pronatMlaUon ar olearli
Ui .
ai.'0 . . I
vtnoinnati vtmnmotm.
gtaiVifiicUtont of the ilrnnhwt aflM OMo &aU
lww .natJHr-tAutoUat-- It..
. Th BndantfDai!, mamban of tb Ohio Stat Teachan"
daaoelatlnn,' adopt anil aim td naeln touching, writlof
oa apauur, to -onnorapny ava- jironnnolatirAi oi
" Bojai voarra. uiciiorjary, ana w mail ewr
dUlly roono)d It attb motf MllabW'ttandara ao
thorltyof th Bnllah langaaM, n It ti SOW wrlttrfi aad'
ipoken. i .
Loam Amtawa, Praaktort Kmyoa Co11ok. j ,
H. D. laoaarr, 8u porta Uiidant laaafTUlefehotlf
Too. V. Hum Hop't HaatlkmllaloB Acbobli, '
M. p. Oowout, Inp't Pnbllo Bohoola, Bandoakyi
Joaji Lraon, Bwp't PabH Be boot a, Olntorllla. '
B R. Baaroan Prlodpal Olertlaod famal Bornina-
1 WHkTntaWLBap Pnfcib tthooGJlfi. TjnioiJ
JoBnOwan, Prftiirpal Btakt Htrrmat tohool, Ulan.
:heo17
najiTia, anp't u an ion union sacooii- . . i
Brmra KBubPrlnolDal HoHaoly Normal SoboisV
mni. lirril, rroi. atauiamaiiaa, ujiio uniTt'llV.
Wk. IT. tDWAkna, Bnp't Tray Onion School. f
v'A. a. Korean, Principal Woak 111(0 BobooG Clr
tvad.'t' . 4 ', .. t ft .4 V-j i.f
8. A. HotToir, Anottatt Principal High School, Olrra;
land. i , .
. Tuoaon Braauaa,-Prlaelpal Elfh. Bohool, 0lr
land. ! n
B. I, Hcabrroa, Principal 01TlaatIniUtoU. ' -
A. Qaanaw, Prtitdmt of S lectio Imtttol, Hi
ram. W. L. Haaauk PnL.il flhanUtrv. Ohio Waalaaan
Cnrnralty. ., 44iju.'i '
H. H. Bikirrr, Bx Oarnnilailontr of Common School,
Ohio. T
iiB Vointoi, Prof. Bhttorlo, Oberlla OollafK S
, Taoa.Biu.SmldantAattoabOollaiM.u . aJ
0. W. B. OaTaoaaT, Prof. Matbtniatlca, Qth
Bohool, DyUnv l ' r' r
8. 0. CauHmarjaW. Prof. 'VuctiaM. nirh BehaoL
Dayton.
;B..K.A8MlapHVPIoBBchooukAtUaBdJ I -Iton
Am Ma Hundred eOst M-stidmU of Ootlt-
PM. Proftuon, Author and JHtUnovithti Xdt
hrf,kat44udtridli4a6avtmMinml.j kj J i I
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIQ.t
lfajliani Ooubm.'-IIb tnTf a mamrflemt work.
an honor to lb anthor, tba" pnbllibari, and thtwbolt
oantry. Pntldent Andrtwi. "l .
Pan flllill!laii I'Tlaanaailaanaaiiaila
tloa. IlwUlrBVBda4n-Mborrapbpandprori
elation, and 'will oltcab eontalted by a for t, seat
and aooarat dettnlUont." f lealdjjt Thompton." i
W. S. Icutrno 0ouaaa"Bertofor w har aat
Wabater'i orthography. .At a. feevat Boating of oai
faculty. It waa decided to chariir it to oacfara to thai
of Worooatar'a Herat flnaila fill Mcaiaa "i ififliliiil
W BamtYB OoiLKn.aUT 'flntl It Vortht at
oorauu approoauon." rreameni ttneneoekr'o
'flmiil OotLtoa.-uIt mora than meet ay expeeta
ttoni.' I racommend It at tb atandard autboritrlt
srthotpy to ay chlldrtoand tif pdplli;" Preiden(
Morian., fl j.. taH4
AanMB 0aasa-uI adopt and aim to- rue in tcaohj
Ing, wrltlngand epetklng , the rrthograpby and pronao.
datloa of Woraaatari Jaopal. QaarU JHattanaYf."--Praaldent
Hlll.-i n. rl ' ,1aVi X
'"la all ay writlcr, aseaklna.and toaohlnr. I hay a
de ruled 'to aonfbna to th rale for ortbography and
prononalatlonaeooatalnadin. WoroaaUi'tBioUaaary."
florae Uaoa, 11 fmUeiit, . . . ,
Kairroa Oouaaa, aaaa..! aott cordially reoora
Bond It a th neat reliable atandard authority of tht
Bngllah Uagaapaa tt now wrjUen and apoken."
Pt-tldeat And,. j, r .' . s i i g
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Jtaft Stt. Anton SmyH, OmmitHoner df Common
vfcAowfcta Mtv -V,?! (
Th SioUonary la an hntxrlabahla aimument to tht
learnlog and lndailry of lit aathor, and an honor to the
world of rattan. Sba aeehanloal ezecuttoa U far lup
rlor to that f an? plbetXeaioon with which I am a.
llnaintd.,, - . V '' ' .
Thwit JEloav-if. B- Barney-CtmmUionr oj
SciooU to Ohio. i
"The aott nllafel ataadanil .amtkanlty of tb taa-
Xdixia xrwtypprai ei "Ohio "Bay.
;?;..ad';7!i ! .
Tb orthography at tba- WoreaatW DieMeoary I thai
aad ay amat. It a alt. aathor diataetloa lo-thl
oaatry aad Bnglaad, and eoalamUtt th general aaage
f ordinary writer-and epeefcore i i i
Whaumr pnindloaa Bay aarr exUted trwrioealy, a
oarafnl itody of tbla rolum will Inrarlably be feUowed
by a warn appreciation of It great Btrlta, and a dealr
to add It to lb waU Mleeted library, U Urg or (Ball)
It 1 a library IntUelt, and will reaialn j imperlaa
hi record af the laamlni at Ua xaapllar. W l(
Jrom tk CHitotimaH Commervlal of April 30. I
Bet ar upward of a httnilreo thoenaofl woedi-good,
bad aad taduTeieut' ewboea BaHUartoa Baanrngt and
derlTatloaa, taeaith with tbel eorreet plllng and pro'
nanelaUoa, at 4 aloarly Mfero thaoyav-. The work la
aajatlonabiy th area teat Ilamam af JngUah Word
rr publlabod. j '
Jrom tkClvtilmAinain&4itr.i)ISeitKW, 18M.
. iTiaontlr WomenTM'l Kotai tjnit-ro Die
tly Woacarrak't Boyaa Qnit-ro DroTtaacRt U
not ol v tM laU but Ou rr twr t tht kind aver t
d, andean by no poatblllty (offer by oompariaon or
ontroraray. TJf , 0l.4 httyii"-l .i
rrom IX ToUdo mad of May 29. I.
A t "raeerewciATioir, -WoicemBr te Tin Stahdau
followed by our beet author; In deflnltlool be leare
nothing to be deal red, and In Omoetmr It Ii aufflclaat
tapaythat WaTOa,aary ioia)we.; t 1
Pnbliabcia, Btellara eV tatloner,
HO. 101 BUPBII0B 84 0L1TBLAND, OHIO.
ati9 y
. . .. H . " , r rrr-
TiA'lSlIIlLENEFIT ;.
"0
DlTlAand January i, ISO 145 Prirjent.
ABBBTB,.-. . -T iBltBlCrSM M.
stautautatiaAUArp! l isdi '
BJaaco, pnittataat IttSfOjJfM SS1.S
aeotlred for Premium, ds 1 ' ,
ing in fear ioou.......MiBjf mn, X a
Pald0lalaiibrDeatbtl!e7(U0 0Q. .o ."., I
Paid Pollelet turrtar . '', .. liy jo m.1 amat. ,fi t
(Wf:1"'" fc.alo.1 1 i ,
Paid BalarSt. Poit-.-, ui ,i , .( :
cuang,e oifv n T i
Paid OoBmlBlom to
Agot ..,l, . ixi
PaldPhyaloUnt fee. 8,066 ?i
raid aaallie.vr-1,617 00 ,
Paid DlTtdendt dan , 1
Met Balanoe Janaary lrt, 1M1...Vj81S,(8 50
ililro US? .oVL
-WrU jMbt thJ
I lod ...J
aawast l"W..v....g,Cj4fl8t BTATT
Freailam Kou. en Pol tele aia..ul
A
LoantOBBorlp 5,031 44 I
Pri,WctearfO(oT tJJ if j
triorrtranttlailon.".?J' S,SiJ W l
Total Ab(.. H.aujBSO
f1t I ' 4t w HaMtjaataaaaHataaaaabaB.
TT5 Pollelae m faroaj tnarteTO..ag.4aafiaa
l,OS atw Follefe Bar 1Mb atuM daring tb year. '
! After a wrdfltt ailcCatlobrf the iraBtTriM of th
enUUnding PoUoleo(4h OooWt, ri harlse; th
weaierp aariownt la 'Teaerra Onreiof, the Diteqtor
hare declared a) intirbf 49 reat. so tba Irauii-
aa paid at thf tble rate, to u pouctae for lit Id foroe,
laaaad prioatojaonarp- U Kt, payable aosbrtrlng to the
preeeaf rul4 tb Ooapany. l -") v. jjj
Kate for' alt ktnaaof Life OftBirngenclet, Propct
Aeiu, Saiteaiabt, and Applleationi, will be furniihed
wiraucT enaaeaaUOtyuKf.ijr AaTOblfif It. ax Uoa
Vi tl Yi 1 B0BT. 1. 1 ATTBRB0W, fTeildenl.
V fVT V-, t'a.flB0VBVV Biii .
BBSjrftJUi,UnV6earetary . . .
It. ItiUUDWII 0,n
'Can!
ffjm Wk..
h 28, 18(11.
(Jolnmlitt, 0.,
afiigm ,Bi
F) V A I PI A rrTHftkljTf fcitACK
, IRB8S BII,K,70 crww aT4-Iket Nlot
. ptoio::r vroMV tZi wu
aftv? Awe, 1 l
i
it a coiMtitutional disease, a corruption of th
blood, by which this fluid become! vitiated,
weak, and poo,.. Iking, in tba ovulation, H
psrVatfrs the wfiol -todr. and ttaV burst out
in tlwcute on nny part of it. No organ is fire
irom us bu(ick9. not mere one woia k may
uo Jitsttoy.l'ie iCTOfulouitaint ii varioutly
caused by mercurial disease, low living;, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and nl'lJliibltr.tRt depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
Ttttitirni; decenditijf " from parent to Children
untw-tholltlnl rind fourth geiefation ; V indeed,
it seems to be the rod of llim who sayt, ' I
iv ill ; visit . thci iniquities of the fothers upon
their children." . i i,. w. a. iA . '
It wrocfrtorVmience by depiiitiorf ffonl tha
Jfoo't of ori.uj(t or Ulcerous mftttcrj Which, in
llie")ui)g$, VvjrnHd fotarnal organ,.i termed
iurtjlc's.jn tlie-glands, awelngs;. and on
tho.surfflce,' eruptions, or sdrejt. ..'J.'Iiijfcjul por
'jr)tjtfol),'vluh, genders iji the blood, 4PWsct
sJ.eTci(yifSiof life, aa tliatinfrofulouaconstitu
doaannrtt 'orilytrTilnn,'ik)Snion's'ci
phiwis biit they.ltaw fit' les$b'weV tS, Witli
tmiir tdo! oltuuJui. of other diseases 'conse.
'qtmitla v.uil! ' ntiibers perish bv disorders
ai'o U'reorJcrcA Attal by this taint in th?
avstouu Moat of the consumntlon which de-
cunntes the human family hat fVrjrtgln directly
in llusRcroiuip.us contamination 1 ana many
(li-struclive 4isca.se of the lver, kidneys, brain,
and, in Jctd,'of ftll. fJiB organs, ariso from or
are aggravated by tlia same cause. .
. One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their persons are invaded py this lurking in
fettuiii, arte their, health is undaimijied by it.
Ta cleiina it from tlia system w must rcnovata
thq -Wood by an nltmtiva medicine, and In.
vigor.ito ' .ic ty healthy food , and exoroiaa.
SutU a -madieinorwa supply in . ji . ,
Coiiipoiinil Extract of Sarsaparilla.
the most aiTectual remedy which, the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every,
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com.
Mncd from the most aotive remedial that have
been discovered for the expurgation Of this foul
disorder from the blood,- and the rescue of the
SSsteuV i.ltfitfiir. desTrOctlva Consequences.
Uenee yt .hould be -cmployf 4 for the cure of
poi only .bcrolula, but aUo tliosc, otner .ejec
tions which arise;: from it, 'such asT'EnuWivi
and Sxihf Diseasbji, St. Amthomt's Fiub,
RosTfc-or.EKYSiPBi.AS-. - PntrLEB,! lYe-rms,
Bi-aTcircs, BLAiMsand Uoii.s.Tumorii, TarTEn
snd Salt Rnru:, Scald Head, KifiotrrmM,
liirKihiAirnif, SvrnitiTio andMnucuitir; i.
casks, Dhopsv, Dyspbpsia, Dmiir.rrv, rind,
indeedALL Complaints akisihq wioi.Yitxa-
tkji pit bivuua Di.oojv . Tha popular, belief
aMiiitpurUii of tht blud" is foimded in trath,
for scjpfula U a defeneration of the blood. The
particular Jidrpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purity and regenerate, tliis vital fluid,
wiindut Which, soaxd' health u.impostible in
con tanunatca constitutions. , , , ,( -s , ,
tt I ' .'.''' I
... 3 ) , A'Y'EH.'S .'. j .
A:gneT.Oure,
' rfia-THE sPtBnr cvi or' j
Ihfeririltrl't Fver, or Fewer and Ague",
Remittent Vowor, Chill Fever, Dumb
A((or Pcrtaxllcal Headache, or Btltaaa
HalKli-and BUlou Fever, Indeed
taa the svhplo clasa af elieeaeea orljrtnat.
lug in biliary derangement, eaneed by
the Malaria of Miasmatic Countrle. ,
-Sve nre-enaliVcri fiere to ofTuf the community a
remedy which, while it cur the above complaint
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. .Such a remedy is invaluable in district
where these alTlicting disorders prevail. ' Thi
Curta '' expels -the irrlasmatle- poison of Favia
AM) Ahvf. from the system, and prevents the do
r(!oniiiit of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proaclmf ita premonitory symptom. It i not only
ihe erst remedy wewr yet diacorereA fr thia elaee
tff complaint;, but alto the chenpest.f.The large
Quantity w e aiipply for a dollar brum it within the
renol! ntrvery. laxly and in bilious districts, where
Fn-p.iil 'Ns-Y 'Aotu prevaiTs, every body should
hstv It nii'r irc1 it 'freely both for cure ana prote.
tttri.-r A-yreatfcupcrionty of this rpmcdy over any
otliff ever disenrorcd for the apaedy and ecrtain
ciu4t' Iiitwiuiwont w-trmt tt rontninmo Qninino
or ruineralj mr5'irnt!y,k jiriaJuono 5t-qninim or
ptller iiijiinouii cHecU ybatevcr.UPttii the conatilu
tion. fhnse cureif by it ai;e. left jis healthy as If
thefhhn 'never h:i8 rife disease; 1 - -
petrfkiwl Aijtie is not alone the consequence of
thtoBiia-reiiKt poison.-' A t$fet varify of disor
4u.is wiy fi'ini :it irritoiiin amonfr which are.
S'tuiviiiM, l.UlHtutliHl,GuitJ,;llmtiwitr blinit
nn,l'onf'mrlif, Etuatfw, C'tivr(t,rsl sfhrnai
pftavmi, Pnntfiil Aff'crtiuh"nt (''X tykii't, HustfT
M ''.''.,-7v'Cc,'7iV, A,,,nd th,
mtftmfnftho 'Shnhurit, all' ' of'wIrlHi, When
oriyMH'Hiii m uui naiiRPi irt oa-the tnfmnVfrXif
tuiH. tv, M'4'.wiildiii ifithiaV CCHl I'hsxiicIi
hc !0 . n JiM.y Ibehlouavd ooiiscquajitly cures
theiii 511 iiii'- U is, an ..invaluable protection ,to
WirfrlPAinfr'iilJVirfadjis' 'triivcTlinR or temnorniilv
wpaitliii'ia'fhiipilnriflns'flistrict. Tf taken ocda.
ianailej oi rJMIy' liile enposrd- to tite hifrrtioni
mat win ue rxfri'iPU irom ine j-siem, ana ranoil
accuniubite in suriicitut q'uantity.Mrmeninte.dis.
ease. llencf it is even more valuable fnrprotcc
tror!TrtTtlllVhio, ffw'vviirever suffer frofn Interi
miltcurX irilu ttJ UremselteX of th proteotloA
Ihisremirafr-eifjrrrljr-- v.' ;.. I
Prepared" ?y Dr.a'AYEB Si, cS,, LoweH.'mii!
... -1 --hi ! TMBBItTB ft BAHTJlth OchiBba. !
As A bv Draggiat and Dealer evvrywhera. J ' ' ' I
novn.iro.twaw , i s . ii ! o .n;u, i.utii.s
CAWADIAH tt UJfmnj STATES KAIL
' rrraa aain wuiksar
..vi!l vu ,a, a.JS '
LONDONDERRy,- .GLASGOW.
Liyejrpool, Montreal, Quebeo, i
' tvnd
Th Montreal Ocean Bteaaahlp Ooapany't Srrt-claaa
fall-powered Olyde-bnllt Steamer nil every Sat.
ardav hoa POKTIAH B, earrrlrr tb Canadian and
United State Mail tad paaaeagtra. .. . r ,- . . ,
HOBWBOIAH. WUHTH AkIBrUOAFi 1
BOBBMIAN, v . AN0L0-8AI0N, t 1
" NORTH BRITOrl. BIBBBNIAN. " 1
1 cUXJAMADIAJf, 1. ! . HOVABOOTIAJT. ' '
abariaat, Caaapeat aBdQickoett?oii
,r ,veyaaoa traut .;
itaBia.io all wutri ov xtjxopx.' '
vBatea ot Paaaac id fitlropev '
fjao, oea. ao. ' -
wiuuiTB uiMiwiienrr awtratcietMiaTt
and from OCX BBa everr Batartlay.oalrrnr at
LONDON Diaby, to reoelre oa board and land Mails aad
Ptaeenrera, to and from Ireland and Bootland, I
, tHylh Steamer are ball! of Iron, hi watav-Ught
oompartmenta, tarry each sa upertenoed Baigeea, and
every attention 1 paid to tb oomfort aad aoaoBBOday.
Hon orpaaaenger. as uey proceed direct to hOS DON.
D1RY, th (teat rllk and dtlay of calling at Bt. Joha'i
la avoided. ,..:-. t
Olugow puwDrert art furslthed with rasa pataage
wnw w iiitt iron uvirauiiusrr.. ,
Kalura tickel graated ht reduced raui,
0rtlnoata laaiaed for earrrtaa t and brtaattrait t
engera from all th principal towns of Great Villain aad
Ireland, at reduced rate, by tht line of steamera, and
by the WASHINGTON LIHB Of BAILING PAOKBTA,
leaving Liverpool vry wk.,-r r. . s.r i-.-.. i
Klght Brafts fa Xiatael ipwardmr
able In Vnaland, Ireland. Hcai ,
'i " v lan A oy Wales.
Por passag, rP'T th onrasa BKOADi
WAT Natsi Vorkf and 19 WATEH ST..
i,i.d m, BASEL BXABL1, Oeaeral ArtntS,
0r- - j. R. ARMSTRONC.
'nolo-lyasre"' rott Office, Oolaabos, Ohio.
Oo-Partnershipr r
InATkt tills ADITIITTED KIT
on JAMBS ADGVH BAIH a nartaw la bv haai-
bam, wbloh Will bet after be eonddeted andar th ftra
f Bain a Bon. ' P,BAIN,8 boutb Hirh St.,
..0luaaaw,jrbU, V881. ,- " T febU '
..BTa-.fajMIKsT. TCBarll,i!B', ,'wftJ'''t' "
(htm f tfalcaw ambrMhaMrnt, : f ) MiTtfora
i aoataeas sara vaMaja)i) fihavbl.' Hair Outtm
t .Bhaanpaaaiagv Oartaag ens vneetng BalooB, But But
Tw.wm( wrier aauiracooa Will
Btrfrvaai tw all aba' mjHm ik-uh-.
J.eUU U.ln AJwfP- A i ... li "
Baw, w. iw tiii.i w r . v "
aaBtbra .Vtiiaatvi
RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For cheiwtfc tiirfmii idiasapollsl
fl! Sill J jfi.J l.U .lyl I 11 M It l A. .'.. . I )
ThrotEi toladiaaaDaUs wUhott QhAnga of Cars
arrdbtKOBeChaBgeof CarBbetweeo
r'.r.CrtoBajjnl and ?$Pm: v;
Four. Traiiis PaQy.trom Oolambud,
i i .h (i-t -A I". t ' '.J CJ ,
ti n ;)t,i FIRST TRAIN.) , i.'
AOOOUsIODATION at S a. B., (topptag at all ta
tloas between GoiaaaMia aad Oloadaastl and Daytea, ar
rlvlnc t Qlneinnatl at 10 OS a. a and at Daytoo at
8 10 i, m., concaotlig at Saytoa fer Isdlaaspolls ttd
tha K'mi.' ' i . .i
j . t,i u ti gtrinim irnnV o 1).
SEC0NITR4IN!.U"
No. 1 IXPSBBS at 11.40. m.,loppuigtlJefferob,
London, Charleston, eedarvtlle, Xenl. Up ring Valley,
Oorwln, Iraeport, fort Anetant. Morrow St., Lebanon,
fMUr'a, Lsrtalaod end MtirorA, arrlvtas at Cincinnati
at 4.30 p. B..DaylonatB.45p. B.,conDacUnwlth tb
Obi and Miaakilppt Railroad for LoaUrllle, Ky Tin-
oanne. Oalre, 86 ltesua. New Or lean, te.l at Dayton
lr IndlaaapolaH Ufrati ' Trr Maattk jCtuoafO and
all ryclero point. m ; (aJ.p.r,i ...
h,. i in THIRD TRAIN: ' f ".l '
' kilt at 1.10 ti. at' ( atopiing at alt ttatlans betwaaa
flolnmbo and ZidU, aad at Spring Taltey, Oorwln,
Mortow and Lor load, arriving at Oiadanatl at 8 a. a.
' ; - ' FOURTH TRAIN. -vv"
' STOUT XXPRBSg, via Biytoa.' 19 00 mldnilu,
(topping at London, Xante, Daytoa, liUdiMowa and
Hamilton, arriving etCtnolnnaU at I.9& a. a. 1 at Day
toa at S.tta. a. oonntotlng at Olneinnati with th
Ohio aad tllHlulppI Railroad lor Loaiavllr. Kvanavllle,
Vtneennea, Cairo, 8t. Lonli, Memphis, New Orleans,
sad all points Booth and Soath-wet also, at Daytoa
for lodlaaapelis, Lafayette, Terr Bute, Chicago, eto
fer farther information and Through Ticket,
pply to M.
J.. ifvuaaxx. Twkt Agnt. Union ixpol,
Oolnmbu.
' P. W. BTBADIB, '
..-..'. i 0nral Ticket Agent, Clnolnnsll.'
. i . .1 : ' : i . JK0; W.D0BlRTr,
Agent, Oolaabos,
. - .. :i ,;'i J B. W. WOODWARD, :
: Superlnteadeat, Cincinnati.
Colambus, July 14, 1801. , .. . . ,
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
t CONHICIlSa AT BBLLAIBB WITS TBI
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
( AKS AT PITTflBTJBOn WITH TBI '
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAILROAD:
;T ,,I0BJ11M9.THI
i
Shortest Quickest & Most Reliable
. save. - -4 . mi.i a
lioute to all Eastern vines I ,
'I ' Trains Leave Colambas asfollowe : f
t " M0RNINO IXPBBBS '
Laav Corombo 110 A. M. fron Union Depot, via
Bella! re or Steaheovlile arrtvaaat BMIalrt, 10. SO A.
U 1 BMabtavUI. 18. SO P. M. Pl'tabargh, 1 40 P. H t
uarrliburg, 1.10 A. M-: via AUmtovn, arrivwat New
Tork 8.00 A. M.l 4a PKUadtlplUa. arrive at Phila
delphia. 8.10 A. M.l New York. 10.10 A. M. Ooanect
alio at Bari labors lot Baltlaoi, arriving at 7.45 A. M.
Sleeping Cars attaolied to tMi Train
f rola Colombo, roa dlrtetly thiwogh to Ballalr or
Pitubargh without ohango; and S aoenga" vta Allea.
town arrlv la New Tork at 8 A, M.,
UJTW0 B0TXB8 IN ADVAH01 Of K0KTB1&V
This Train also connects at Bellalre
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
rlth the
PITTSBURGH IXPBE88.
Leaves Columbu 11 85 A M . from Union. Ssnet, vis
Steuben vine arrive at Newark, is au p. m. ; uotneo
ton, 8.15 P. M.l Bteubenvtlle, 8 P. M. Pltlcbarg, 8.48
P M. irprhi la tMonly root by which Paawngers
can leaveulnclnaaU at T A. M., go through to Pitts
burgh in daylight, without ebang of ear or delay.
. ' f A8T LIN I. . ..." -
Leaves Oolnmbot 9. IS P. M., from Union Sipot via
Bellalre: arrives at Newark. 3.81 P. M.l Zanwrlllt.
4 13 P. M Btllalr 7 .58 P. M.l Phlabargb, 11.88 t.
M.; Btrrltoarg, 8.00 A. M.l rig AUmtoun. arrtva
at Ntw Tork, 4 P. M.: la PkiladtipMa, orrlvee
Phlladeluhla, 1.10 P. M.l New Tork. 8 P. M. Ihl
Train alao eonnacts at Ilarrtaparf for Baltimore, ar
riving at jr. a. - i
ThW Train ran throaga to Mllalr er rittatartwltt-
oat Chang of Car; and from Plttabarg then it no
change of Oars to Phlladtlphia, or via Alleotowa b)
New Tork thus offtring
The only Route from Colnmbus to Bsltimore,
r ol:i. j.i.li. ' a.T V i i.i. i
j sauausipotatr avew sora wiw omy i
.. w . J .. - A 0M change af Cars. . , , j
i By this Train Pataaaiwrl arrtve bt lew Tork Bv
bears In advance of tb Northern lis. : -i
Ibl Train also eonaMta at Bellalre with th Baltimore
snd0blea.1t.
" iior.i. .ii i 1 .ni.
ITThla Route is SO nines shorter to PltUbur;,
" ana mere inaa tuv nuea aoorter to i
New York, than Northern Lines. - 1
i.a ' i 1 . . .
Beygtge Checked TnrbnffU to all im
portant Points East.
s.-il ' '
, . : ,,s . abb: fOR TICKBTS VIA '
. : BELLAIRE OR STEUBEN VILLE.
:.) I,1!,' I I , i . .ii , . i - ' ;
TlekeSa 3oad aver altttar Rente.
t i : Mtt Ses. THkst Attn! Oentral Oblo B. X.
1 .,.., 'I - ,. ... t A. BUI0H1NB0N, I
, , fea Tlotat Agtnt BwabtavUl Short Lin. ,
wmtftTn a. 0-111
COI.imBVS. OHIO) ' ' " ' :
AGRICULTD1UIWA11EH0USB
' i"."-:Aaifi Stsed Btoret
,r
GENERAL HARDWARE,
NAIL. SLABS, BASH, PUTTT, 00&DA01,
OsiiaesFlaaeUt -WaaddeWIUaw Ware,
athtraaS abbtf Belttnf , late LaaUin, Bow and
el-dly
G
KNTLIiniHIl
TVBniSHIffO
GOODS. -',.rn
Foveltle in Nok Tm aad Scarf.
.it'
" Bvroa and Oarrola OnlUrai
-,: . ) . jmbroldered Pocket Handkerchiefs.-!
Paris Kid Qlove, sajMrlor asab. .
Golden Bill Bhlrta, varioasatpsas. - -,
Boy' Golden Hill Shirt, do.. , , i' . ... .
Driving and Street lor, do' 1 ,' n ' J,u ' .
, Heaamed rock! Undkarctitefk, varlost irytM. "''
; Mail Ua awl Under a nana la, . , i
i . 3 ei'l v !., '.iSis-irii a sun,
apn
' No. South Blah street.
.tin
h.v,
SOMETHING NEWe
HOWARD
& GO'S.
V :AMERICAN;;1ATCHES. I
niLi at no. as mtjth JUIBH ITn
asMt tjaasMittaep trwsa eveiw ft Si. tats sba , - , s, k .
AMERICAN WATCHES,
aanaiaetared by I. BOW ARB ft 00 , Boitoa, Maaa.
Tba waten ar ' rar superior to any thing rrar otTand
tethpabuo,httofr. Baivtng th ezoludv aarener.
I can Mil thaa at prioea to vil th Ume. I Bap last
"""" i- .....,,,1 v '- ) ,
' a urt rn a or aiewnxn . .. .
1 i' a laiuuuwan naivata,
aaauEaotirad v$ Arrururt, tbacx. ft 00 1 a!te a
--BN01.ISB AVrtf) BJW1II MfAtttlX,
vlii a V la fetf SBl Silver Oats, 81 fanlt prloaa. ' ' 1
i I if r,-A I, J . i- . ., auvu I
Him.
S!f ,fcB,,,v'tfit.M .B8 0
Trt Waakly.per ear... v...........w. 8 08'
' Waakhy. per peat ...I........'. 00
[From the Poughkeepsie Telegraph.]
The Old Clock.
.i 2 : . Iiobl-Jirtl Tick!
. v-i This waa las kordea Itbdr' "''"'
As tHwimg where It kuae, apoa algk toward tk tkp,
i In th Church Tower evermore. fc . ,
Its quaint eld race waa duty with s(, ,
Italwelvamtialaataror.r !'! '" 1
While Its ume-eil baads to th Barth's Warn enbaot',
.a". aa auaai aa iwaa Bora o .
Around th old clook gathered graw moald aad iiut. '
And oartaln of odbweb fell thlok, ,
fpw hot ui neat oi )t itout lien heart
ior aiwnoaaia atoejoeat Xlck. .-.,.
' i J- i . . - ; '. . i' . ,c X
., ,. I Tiekl Tlekl , . , ,.. I
' ,J fhl ni th burden It bora, ' 1 l '
As H twasg.'Wher it bang, upon high toward th tky.
. ja.lhObarehTowrvrmr. aate,
Ia. - Hiilug Uboi wbea th bird troeeo) tficw
.uh who uowera oioemea ia in woods, . i
Andsnnablo and sbowar, chued each other all day.l
- Io8iful and varying aoeds, - ..
Thro the long cummer wha the beefs d rWryertbi' ,
Was bordened with iweeteet perluna, , i I
And the fall-bearded grain hang It lab golden head,
for the reaper ta ntler their doom. ,
'I .; , ,-fi i ,:i - ' 1. f. i t, I ;
. . t Tick I Tick I Tlekl,. j, .t j '
Ihl w th bardca it bore, 1
At it swan;, when It huug, upon high toward th tky,
i". loth Old Church Tower vennore. 1
And whenla the antum th frost lipped each leaf ' 1 j
. With Its Berygeaua It fell, . i , . . . i
And tb oorn huafcar met, and th "r4"ar was found,
And ther happened what, I ball not tell. , ,
Ihroagh lb Mara wtotet wbea eryetort of snow'''
Ia their beauty were (tarring th earth,
And th bright snapping Br, la eottage and ball. '
Wrinals for boa Joys and Birth. tJi ,. '
'Tick! Tick! Tlckt - ' ! ''
" This wa th burdo It bore, '
A II twang, wber.it bang, up n Ugh toward th sty, .
In the Old Church Tower (verraora. . i
And bo ttory dread had tha Old Church Clock. ' i
No history t relate, -
Bat with unerring head it kept moving mi, O " i ' '
Aad hnrriedallaea to their fat. '
Toward It the Bother looked wary and (ad. ' ' '
for th child which to her had been given. I
Waa parting with life, and that oninou Tick, : ' !
Told wbea th freed spirit reached Heaven. - j
ill V Tlok' 1 Tick I '' ' ',.' , , i
No other burdea it bora, I
As It twang, where It hang, apoa high toward tht tky.
"""I" uuron luwir rerm ore.
By It tht boy. when acbuol boor drew ntfh, . ;i
Knew how lon he oeuM play by th brook. '
Aad b welcomed lu face a with tasks well done. ,
H homeward hie way one mora took.
By it the father with new foand delight - -" "
Reeorded th gift eta cbUd,
Th birth of a sonl bad been Bled.
Tlekl net Uoki , .' . ,.
' No other burden It bora, . . - u '.
As It twang, where It hung, apoa high toward thstky,
j, ...t. , "'he Old Church Tower eveimore. . .
By It th lover kept tryt wlih the maid, ' I
Who wora to be bla through her life : "' " -
And aba aodotly wauhed th ptoaaaat old clock, - '
..I. m in lunula proclaim oai a wit,
Children with heart foil ol tendoreat lor
Aa their parent war burled from light,
f lt all th powr of ihat magical aotr,
Aa it (mot on th tar with it might.
Tlekl Tlekl Tfckl
Wat th onhr harden It hnw.
A it twang, wbr It bung, apoa high, toward th sky.
So men In their bailneia or whatever they did,
Beard tba aoand of that tick,
With lla click elicit il t' 1-
And knew that thalr fat la th Ohurch Tower wu hid :
Aad all Ht their action arlvht be it
And with every froah boat,
' 1 Men with hurrying feet ' ' ' J
8tlll kept paihlcg oa la the raoe. ' -IhisOldOharohOleok.liaabaolateKliifi
.. . ' -,
for the Uvlog and dead, , . ,
To Ihisoonqoeror led,
Will their tribute of oenturle bring
Till tb Master Baprea ahall daore that Its grave,
With It woe-talUng tick, i ...
And Joy bringing oUck , i .
Sbail b foand at th kit In Itarsily'i wtv.
[From the Chicago Post of the 25th last.]
THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON.
Oa the first day of September, the Brigade
received orders to ptooeed to Lexington, to re
inforce Colonel Marshall, who had gone op
about a week previous to protect the "Union
men" or that place. But those who were not
union men, em -raciog about all the popula
tion, were found too numerous, and about Are
thousand butternut colored rebels, under Gener
al Hughes, being in the neighborhood. Colonel
Marshall ssnt down for reinforoemenu. . t
The brigade left Jefferson Cite on tha let
and arrived at Lexington en the 7ih of Septem
ber, having marobed by land the entire distance,
160 mile.. We found there Colonal M.r.h.ni.
First Illinois Cavalry and Colonel W bile's
bigbin Missouri Infantry, from St..Loula. to.
geiber with about seven hundred . and fifty '
Home Guards, under Colonel Peabody. ,Tbe
whole loroe, including Colonel Mulligan's regl
meet, was two thousand aeven hundred men,
' The position where Colonel Marshall was
encamped wu called Fort White, Cel. White,
of the Missouri Eighth Regiment) being in
oommand ontll the arrival oi Colonel Mulujaa,
who Superseded bim. Entrench menu had kuuwi
thrown up, on a rather small eoJet around the
raasomo uoiiege poiiuing which served as a
general storehouse and magazine. ... . , . I
Oa the day after oar arrival a contraband
oama Into i samp and asked jwoteetlon, saying
uia aw gjiHiW W. JOUI tOB I On 011 tVBy At
Yorktown, about fifteen miles froau nai The
enemy, we learned from hi 81 ware about ten
thousand strong, tudsr General Raines, i Our
scouts confirmed this statement tha sam da
Colonel Mulligan immediately dispatched rjeq.
tenant Pease, o( Company D, to Jefferson City,
for reinforcements., .Orders were .also iarae
dlately given to eonttouot eutreoohaients, em
braolng an area muoh Urges than For White.
The whole oommand worked day and aighi,
and on the 13th Ihe works were rather more
wan nan completed. The breastworks were
Ua feet high, and the ditch surroundio them
about fourteen ft wide. Oa that side next
the new town mines were constructed beyond
the ditch, eommanioAtlns with nn nnaitinn in.
aide. 1( . , i . .,,...,, .1 j. j 1
Oor artillery conilsted of two hraaa i-
pounders, three Iron six Dounders and twn ai.
Inch mortars, for. Wbloh wa had nnlw aJwint a
dosen shells. We had aleo but a small supply
of round shot, and musket, Balis, but plenty of
powuer. i ,'; t i ( i p-,,,t 4ri !
Oa the 12th. Tburtdsy, while we were still at
work on tba entrenchments) out ploketeCom.
panles A and C, of Marshall's Cavalry, were
driven In. Colonel Malligan iamediately sent
u wumpauieja, a, x, a. ana u (Uapteine Glee
son. Dan Quirk, FiUgerald, aed Lieotenant
rrauaoeiM enierttln tha ecemv. Tha amaw
my'sadvaooe cuard. about 5.0011 atrnnv. vara
disoovered ia a cornfield oa the top of the blnff
uwuiiitwn., we immediately tired apoa
u""" T. TW"BJs in rapia auoeeeeion, killing
about 600 of them before they could form ia
Una. We loet la thU pact of the battle eight
killed and fifteen wonnded. . , -. . , , .. . '
W8 retreated into oor entrenohmenta. fnl.
lowou ov toe enemy, who brought no aiz nlaoaa
of oannoa and commenced nlavlmr on tha eol.
lege ballding, where our ammunition and all
oor provisions were stored. We renlled with
all five of our guns, giving .them round shot
aad shall to their heart's content. The can
aoaeding commenced about three o'clock P. M.
ana was sept up until dark, we used up all
our shells before dtsk. ' We silenced one o
their guns by knocking; U to trieees. and killed.
as we learoed afterward, about seveaty-tre of
auair aiea.'. w susiauwa no injory at ailet.
oept in the aslng up of our amraaaitleat The
action oeasea at aara'w ;i in uc r. w a. u .
Tha enemy did not recommence ihe kattli
next day, for the reason that hie reserve f arose
had not yet come op." WOTook advantage of
the Interim to continue work ' On bar entreooh
msnte, working ty sad night. ' - " '
i After the bavtld ol the 12iu, In which the rsb
ero were repulsed, a teoond messenger; Lfeuten
ant Ryan, waa dlspatchsd to Jefferson City for
rwlnforoementa. ' He left Lexington on the
steamer Sunshine, wbloh boat wu eaptnrttl by
rebels oo the way down, and Lieu tenth t Ryan
waa made prisoner. " ' "'""
Oa the morning or the 17la We dllooVered
that we were ooaipletel.r' sarronnded 'by the
enemy) who bad cut ua. off. irom tbe Stiver
entirely. ' His fore ws about J si "tlrpee
greater than when the battle commenced, oa
he, 19ti .1 . " J ..vs?l.ii
- ' -tlill taJ'.'C.XS )atli
'"The battle reoommenced at elgbt oVIock, tre
elsely.aiiwnetgun beiug fired from Uen.nl
rnce'e hesdqoerters. at tha Canri Hnn. in ,h.
"H!!1011' ?h flrin( ,h8tt roommeuced itb
artillery on both sides? ' ' T
..XbaBy n0Bed flghtihr front the 17ih
the aotb inclutive, night and dsy7 without
interrnntlon. Dnrlnw thla arhnla tin,. ......
without any Water txeept about twenty barrels
la cisterns around the oollego building.. Most
of this ws bad to ksep for hospital purposes
asue morning of tbe IK it raised heavily
tot about too hours, saturating oat blankets,
TJf u. wr0DB' oa, ,nta oaf osoteeus for
drinking. - -'- r- ' ; ;
The rebels aimed most of their shots at she
eouege building, supposing oor msgsalae to be
there, which was at first; bat after the engage
ment of the 12;h we bad temoyed it to a saTer
pUee. During the eights we continued1 to
throw red-hot shoe ateaeh other. Daring the
' ". waa uunuoueq witn Doth oanBon
and mutketry. i
- Durlog (he lTih (Tnetday) and thd 18tH the
rebels made very poor program, getting no
nearer to as than we foand them when tn tat
tle begun. Ou tbe 19ia (Thursday; they qom
meoced erecting breastworks of hemp bales,
from behind which they continued their fire,
while they tolled -their breastworks toward us.
About three O'clock in the aftarnnna afak.t
dsy, they obsrged over tbe entrenchments upon
Colon! Peabody 'a Home Ouards, and planted
their Hg upon the top of oor breastworks. Tbe
trien.wigaae wee ordered to leave their posi
tion on the opposite sids to retake the ground
wbloh Colonel Peabody had lost. We fired on
the run and continued at double oulek. Tha
rebels scattered and ltd like a book or sheep,
bat left the ton of the entrenchment covered
with their dead. We killed about five or aix
hundred In this single charge, and e dared
their flag. ' Wo lost shout thirty killed and
wonnded. Tbey bed ne bayonets, and mott of
thsir weapons were shot gans, and we did sot
ire mem time to make use or even these,
'bey fired only at random. Colonel Mnlllmn
received a buckshot in the leg, which passed
turuaga toe can, laming nut not disabling bio.
uw received six or seven Dalit and buckshot
tbrongh the green bloute he wore. This was the
end of the action on that day, exoept tbe can
nonading, whloh continued through the night.
- On tbe 90th the engagement continued, with
musketry firing at intervals. Wa fired bot shot
lntj their bemp bale breastworks, hoping to set
them on fire, bat we found they were saturated
with water, for whlob purpose tbey dipped them
ia the river. Toey eame up in force to the top
of tbe bill, when the Brigade left tbe entrench
ments, together with Company A, ot Colonel
Marshall's Csvalrv. and charred norm them.
driving them down the hill with great slangh
tor. v fa ibis chsrge tbe cavalry company was
entirely destroyed, both men and horse bting
amen, isoi rtei luarinau n:msen was in tbe
College Building with the Home Guards. Thia
charge, like tbe one on the day previous waa
in ov ooiooel MulluTto in nersoe. Tha Brig
ade loet In this chsrge about iixty killed and
wounded. The cavalry company received tbe
wbda contente of the enemy's battery of six
pieces, anion swept tnsm entirely out of exist'
enoe. But we drove the rebels from their bat
tery and spiked their guns, not being abla to
use toem irom toe neia.
On tbe 90th (Friday) tbey brought op more
eeanon to tneir nemp bale Datterv on the hill.
Between ten and two o'clock we made three
charge' npon thia battery.. We were led by
ooionei wane, or ue Missouri cigntn, Uolo
:.el Mulligan icing soaroely able to walk. Col.
White and hia men fought bravely durlog tbe
whole battle- Colonel White is one of tie
bravest of men . Colonel Mulligan relied more
npon bim than npon any other offlosr of his
oommand. In the last obarge npon tbe rebel
battery, about three o'clock Friday afternoon ,
he was shot through tbe lungs, and died on Sat
urday morning.
Six different times daring tbe siege, the reb
els were allowed to approach the entrenchments
oo the side next the olty to the edge of the ditoh.
Wben the regiment btd got sufficiently near.
our boys Inside would explode a mine, sending
tnem up into tne air ana nuriing them promis
eaoasly ia every direction, slaughtering tnem
by hundreds. Six mines were tboe exoloded
under their feet, and tbey evidently beean io
rrara met siae ot tne entrencomencs as a dan'
gerons locality. , , . .
Immediately after the charge. In which Col
onel Wblte waa killed, Major Baker, of Colo-'
nel Peabody'a H .me Guards, plants 1 a fhg of
trace oa toe entrenonments. uoionel Mulllean
immediately ordered It to be taken down. It
wae takea down, end tba Bring recommenced
aad oootlnned until four o'clock, when Cap
tain Graham, of tbe Home Gusrds, strain nut
up ue nag ot truce, ana tne wnoie loroe of
L.ome Guards left the trenches, refusing to con.
tinue the flgbB. ''.;..-; .
Wa were oat or water and out of ammunition
three of oor cannon had been silent since tbe
day before for want of shot; our men had only
six rounds of lulls left The reinforcement!
wa had expected had not arrivsd, and we bad
teseon to believe tbey bad been cat off. It wae
evident we coma not noia out maoh longer. ;
1 When the firing ceased tbe rebels sent in a
flag from their baltsry,and Col. Malligan sent
iaaj. ALoore to rrioe's neadqaaitsis. rricecame
np in person and received tne surrender.
A day or two previously Gen. Price bad aent
a flag of trace to as, sad offered, If we would
aaneader, to permit as to march out with oor
arms, bat Col. Malligan promptly refused the
overture. ' " i
' Tbe rebels took front as every thing exoept
the clothes on oat backs, and harried ue across
tbe river Saturdty motnlng.The swords of tba
officers wsre not taken away. Price aaid to
Col. Mulligan that he waa too brave a man to be
deprived or his sword, and permitted htm to re
tain it.' mulligan wept like a child when be
found he must give op the battle whlob he had
fought for four days without oeaalog against an
army of 31,000 men. " - .;
' All tbe round shot we had were cast by our
selves at an Iron foundery in the city. We can-
tinned tbla work until tbe rebels took possession
of the town. : ,' ".'.,;
The rebels had fifteen or sixteen cannon, and
seemed to be well supplied with ammunition,
round shot, grape and canister. Their small
arms were principally shotguns and squirrel
rifles. They had only a few motkets wita bay
onets, taken from onr troops st Springfield. !
During the entire time, from tbe battle on the
13th to be enrrender on the evening of the fiOth,
wo neither saw or beard of teintoreementi.-t.
We knew that Gen. Raines, with about tea thou,
sand men had been sent ont to Intercept and
oat off any reinfoteementa that might be ap
proaching from the Wee' and Northwest, and
we had reason to believe that Ben WoCulloch
had forces near the river below ns for a like
purpose. Had they aot been intercepted and
whipped, wa could conceive of no tjood reason
why reinforcement bad not arrived two or three
days betore. we knew, or at least believed,
they bad ample notiee of our situation.' - Two
messenger had been sent to Jefferson City, but
nothing was aeara irom eitner or tnem after
1 '"There la no truth; nor shadow bf truth, la tba
statement pnblithsd la certain newspapers thai
Colonel MalHgan, la reply tsPrice'esummon
toaartaaders told him so "go sjh-rli." The
first summons we bad rrom rrioe was a cannon
k.ni ik...-i.i. I, ... .niuli., ' j
wail, .ua t CHJ . 1 i
" 'Neither ts there any truth In ihe atktement
that he refuted to give on bis sword whan it
wsa demanded.- Hie ewerd was not taken from
him unless it was done after his men hjf t, thi
groand.. , . , , , ., , i ,s ,T I
, The ststemeal. that Colonel Malligan cbaU
Iengcd Prloe to a fair fight, four to one, la slid
iota., voiooai luuiugaa nau enough I do in
eoodnotfnc battle like a' aoldlar. and a h...4
onet be had no time to epend in "buncombe"
exhibitions of valor for tha benefit of sensation
reporters. . , :. . ,. , . ,., j
. Colonel Mulligan dlsplaysd the greatest oool-j
nets ana bravery throng bout. Both be ,am
Colonel White nassed over the ground when
grape and oaoitter was flying la all diteaiionr,
giving their orders with as maoh coolness an
Laoaaoionsneaa. of what tbey -war about as I
there bat) been sot the slightest danger., Botbl
iu iuur Dioa ia iuiuHf aiiiuH aern
IJul. k.ll nk .. ' f.i l;-J
u . u.j an aMm. . n i.iwMir tv.
have stood amid without quailing Their eo
Uoos proved tbem to be men than whom there
are none braver. Both deserved a better fats,
the one being killed and the other woondsd and
a prisoner.
Before we left, Ciaib. Jackson madeaspeeob.
.a!." buelneee in Missoarii that
ta!lii"?.,!.,:bLn',el,u lasuppoeed) would
JnTttT ' hVt8ut wlthotlt ' assisuoce,
i!i k ," Ui b,,er 8 eme and mind onr
own business. AU of which we listened to
Ptl,Dee M ean.e.en who could
not belpit. v.-,
Genersl Price also had something to sap aa
we were formed In line, t k. ?
.1... rr . - mi huh tow
M m ' . PUd omPlinn npon Colonel
Mulllgsn's oommand, by saying that they had
been tbe hardest troop to oantura ha h.t ....
seen. In, this he could not have intended to
include the Home Gurdr.r ,v
The Home . Gnarrl .i -ni a
held as prisoners by Price, and it waa restored
; 1 81 tam u e shot aa traitors
i me out 10- : , t .) ' ' f :
Of the lediea of Lexington, it Is to be said
, their nraiso that thaw aa it.in - i .u.:.
power to reUeve the enfferlngs of our wounded,
msny of. whom. who. in.M. . k. ,
- w " " - W V, WVTCU,
they received into their booses.
A OICK Lanr'a Snamr Cattmnrnm or J i.
- ( ww.wi... . uuu a
miss churoh so much se yoa may suppose,"! Id
a IadV to her miniatar. who .ll1 I... a
, , - " m. hci uui
ing ber Illness, "for I make Betsey sit at the
m uaua oegiu to chime, and
she tells me who ia going to church, and wheth
er tbey have e?ot an anethln-
ken
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