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By tha Cerlr,.pr rrH esnta.
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On " SwMki.. 100
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3n - 6 nonthi IS 00
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3d 1 monUu S 00
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Ipwtta Notlcci,vdoM.3A ordinary raUt.
k 11 uotloM nqaVrf pablltiNd by tow, l-tj imta
If orduad an thels'lO txcLnilTly kltctaflat week
pr esnl, Bpriikan lb tkvTViaie! akUrtckwM
tppw In th Trl-Weekly wlthont charge.
MtDMf Ownmnt-rrrt tTllnef p-TJ-f, li
tile, iiUWr Uu;iouuiuw.- (...'1 '5 I,
Notteee of meetlogi, chrltbl oetetlet, Are oomptnle
atM half price. v ,i ' . i-- ..
(raoft-it wfcM-MMnuatt hmI S paid or id
trlmmc4 ISe rule will nathenrledfrom. .
WeeUf , (tint tlc-IMtb iJeUy, tam ib tlto-tlax
Mtth Weekly eion. When rb Delly end Weekly
tre bath ntedr, then the charge lr the Weekly will be
kill the ratee of the Dally ' .
Mo avertiMipent tatep ficept 'of de&olt period. ,
BUSINESS CGAHDS.
F. A. B. SIMKDJS.
Attorney ett-XiaTTiT'
ANDJNOTARYJPUBLIC.
Offloe Aakof !H
nwflta Oapitol laoar.- -i
Attorney, &, Counsellor at Law.
OOXiTJd3TJO
Machine. Mannfaturlng' Conipanj
STEaM-ENGINES&.BOILERS
. fJtittVTIill-flrliig, IbtJiintarlOer
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COEiCnBCIS, OHIO.
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1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD.
ConneotUgatOit-Ulne wlto. the PItTB8U.aB, IT.
' WATNI 0BI0AQO BAILKOAD v..: 1. .
tor ntMmrgK, PUtoHpMa ad. jSattimor JUo
Connecting tl CUeTojw'd with the SU0B1 BAIL'
JWAD.
Far Dnaliif k, Bolfalot Albanx Boa
ten, and New York.
' THREE TRAIN S DAILY,
1
From Qefusbas, la itlon ltl Trains od tie , ,
, LITTliE nlaltll AND COLUITIBIJa
dUbJJ .mgtTBAIJ( 1 An
NIGHT EXPilUB-VaVee ColiunMa at 3.46 A.M I
- will lean Vaaeenger at all station south of Oallun
. slop as Dafavat, Ashley Cardingten, and OHmmI, aae
' at alletaAloaj'.BOrth or flaam, af rivtng at Olcvelaod
1 at fr.Oa A H., Suktrk B.-OS at-, ButAlo 4 P. M.
. Albaaw B.wS H U.,.New York 8.-03 Aw M., EoMob 9:30
P. M , PUargkvl Ortotlm . 3:80 P. M , Phllauer
. hUatkS Aiat. OWcgTta CreluiatT1J0P.M.'
$jim iV' fjECONb TBAIK.'
HiTf .Vds'iXPMBiirates 'OeiimiUVl',i1:io
a. mm Will atop, at Lewis Centre, (for Whit Sulphur
Springs), Dei, Canting ton, Gallon, Creetuo, hl
b. New tendon,. Waliiagtoa and-4raftoB, arrive at
OIland at, i p-s.i Dunkirk,: bU p. mi Bat
t lo, lOSi p., mi Albany, HiiiwaviNewIoik, 15
B . ai.l Bvsten. 4:40 p.ar. This Train oonntotaat Shel
by for Baadiuky, and at CH1" '0 Toledo, arriving at
TOMO ai e:v p. m.
THIRD TRAUr;
M ATX -AND AOOOMMODATIOll lT- Ocluabu
at 88 pv m. ' Will atop at all tation-Booth of
Shelby, and at new London, Wellington, u ration,
and Berea; wrriviLg at Oleralaad at 8:30 p.-m ; Dun
kirk, 8:00a, m.j Buffalo, 3S0a. m. ; Albany, t-SO p. m.;
Nowlork, TM at.t Boston, Jl:ii pi nv.( Plitaburgb,
. vfa Orattlin. at 11:38 p. m Pailadeliibla, 1:00 p. m.,
Chioege, 0 rest line, SHioasc jTbls Train onnot
at BCMwyiet BAwuuny ana xottan, antring at doled 0
Patent Sleeping; Can are. fun. on all
lligl.lavlnj to tlucago, Kew
, ..Xprk and Boiton.,,,
Maggtgt Gtavied krtgt Koto. Sort and oi cm
wm imwma auo, to rnuauupMa ana
( ,4'Bl!Tllolllrj"a-'U
Wight Express arrrres at Oolambus at.,. 11:13 P, M.
Cincinnati kxureetarriveaatOolumbuaal 10:50 A. tt
rsrra avS Low By-wtnV atber txinio.
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-! ltrjrlS-
tiut lOitrfviiaAM aa
ffdBaWAIII AaAJPHDVASl EWUt
" t ' .'.vVaiS Oetasakus, Ohio
Columbue, iun 17, ibui. .iaja;
Just Beeeivadl
.JL r.MW sti o f"" K.iCT.-J.-im
1 aa pektM 4olr OovwramentJaVBWff
18 bag CV 10 0offe..,.-,3 ,c.(, ;t j. . n
tO'bbls. standard White Sugar. ooniltMng of Pw
A dre,Cnrehed, Brauniatd Aand BOofe."-'
'' MO elals Aw Baak OodSsh. m t ..1 1 . -Mi
SObbls. tine and No. 1 IUoitV-.uti 1 biu a,;
ki'tf'Jtl ' I" ..n .lJAS .1
IOUQI. 1 do., oa . a , j ... , . , . . tlu ...,.
100 at cigars, aunrcai sraoas ana graue.
motI
Wat. acDONALD.
1W7TC- J.ILLEY7T77
d.,nX.i;oovnint
SORTH SD3B rniTO.'OTLwnUa, OHIO
Starll-dty ai .'! uai 1 roi ttao
. Red, WMtcaiulBIiic
NECKTIES. ; . . 7.:u7Xi-f
Justopnlhy BOtOfiiASBAW. ,... .
.MAStdlf BAIH BOW,
! li v 11T.'BS BMtt lghtMewu'.
1 . .1 ...... .
aaxkiH o a a lake af HOOP SKIBTI
Bnlead toneaeliitwJiy latrlia
,.,Hl Al K1A4 ,li...WliN.vll.ini,,
DtkA.LltYl)RACEmNAMS.n
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Th4 XatiiTh8 I'arg(it-'ni8'1'Beit,
H8 vueapen iJeotma ae, .,
MThe lloil Bellabi-.t-ui4ard , Aw
tbarlty of the En-rllabLaDKaage.' .
lmBundrBmtnmttdusatortf 0U,
"Tilt BK9X-INI4&n BKXIQNABY BXTAMT."
T'fle' are nnwardVcf I' dfaadnd TfiomndT Wordj,
Whete multifarious meanlon and derltattn. to -ether
with thel correct ipelllof, and pronnnition are olearly
tet before the eie.1' ...! .
Aeod A DtcUtont o tht Mmlxrt M Ohio StaU
Ttac&tr'i daiMWirtio).: i
v "The nnderttned. ironnberi of th Ohio Btata Taaeheri'
fXMoeiatlon, dont tod aua o in teaching, writlnd
ura apeaninr, uie ortnogranne ana pronnnoiauon si
WorWiter'i RoVal Quarto Diotlonary.' and we moot cor
dial ly recomaeatT It Kit wretb reliable itaadard a
tnorltyof.thsJuimhUBgoigovj-iltli DVW wrlflrf ap
poken.
Lonm Amnawe, Pneldent KenTon Oatt-.
M. D Lanirrff: Mmrlntcndknt 'Sannriite BphooUr
(Tatie. W. U.nrawilleallooVatw-achml.. k
. at. r. uowdut. Mud t Pabllo Behoeie. Moaaeayi
Jon Lna. Innl Hnhltn 8ntui.ll. fllmlevlllB.-' "'
B. . BAaroRD, Prlneipal U tore land, female Bemma
ry. Wa Uitmsixli. lapt Pablt cboota, Mt. Union.
1 Joaa OaotR. frioelDkl Bute Kofmaf School, Mlnne-
ota.- . i iff.t.. u ... , t
Cntni fiinr. Princlnal TnarCh TntermedlatO Eonool,
Cincinnati.
H. 8. llaana, lup'l Canton Union aoaooli. . -Bnwia
UAk, Prineipal MeNeety Normal School. -Ku
T. tiPPAK, Prof . Mathematlot; Ohld Univenlty.
W. W. Edward, Bop't Troy Union School.
A. 0. Borairn, Friootpal Wett High Behool, Olefa
land
8. A. Mobtok, iitooUle Prinslpal High School, dare
land -TaaoDou
Btuum, Pflselpal High Bchopl, Oler
land; -; '' '-' " S '' 1
B, f . Htmirroa, Principal Olereland Inititnt,,
, J.' A. aAMULB, Preeident of Ileotio IniUtRtey HI-
tami
W. kV BAu,7ror.iof OhejnUtry, Ohio. .WlJn
Unite rtlty.
HI a. Baruri, Bt'OenunltaloDer of Common SchoeU,
OhiA
Jambi Horrob, Prof. Bbetorto, Oberlin College.,
-r TBoe. El ux. Pmlilenl Antlocb Oeliege
W U.r Oathoart. Prof Uatbematlcs, nigh
Schail
l.Oiylon. i.i..) i: . ,
8 0. CROMBAuaa. Prof. Langaagw, High School.
Dayton. .'.Vl.. a
B. U. Barber, Snp't Union Bchooli, Ashland.
Mor Ulan Sim Bundnd othtr Prttidtni of OolU
gt, Profouort, JMkort and DMinguMud XAuear
U)uivmdoritdth4abovuniimmt. -
PRESIDENTS QF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Haribtta Coiitoi "It Is truly a magnificent work,
an honor to th author, th paWlAh,aad th whole
ouatry." Preeident Andrews. ,
Oaio WM.riit U)nvnirTy.-i,"I eioeedi myexpect
tlons. It will be my gold to orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for It seat
and accurate definition.'' President Thompson.
W. R. Ecucno Oouxaa. "Beratofor w bar and
Wobeter' orthography. At a recent meeting of our
racnlty.lt was decided to change it to conform to that
of Woreeater's Royal Quart Dictionary." President
Oarleld. '-v ..
rWirnRB BaaaVB Ooluoi. "I Bnd It' worthy of
dbrdial approbation.' President Hitchcock.
Oboum Ooueaal-'It ators thkn-nteets mf irpeota
ilotS. I reoommend It a th standard authority Ir
orU)op to my children and my pupUv''-rPreeldent
Uoajran. ax
Airnooa Oollbbb. "I adopt and aba to aa la teach
ing,; writing and ipeakthg, the orthography sod pronun
etation of Worcester's Jtoyat Quarto Diotlonary. '
Ptetident Bill.
"in ill my writing, speaking, aid teaching, I hav en
.deavored to conform to th rale for ortt ography and
pronunciation as contained in Worcester's Dictionary."
Horace atann, late Preeident. J
Kurrea OoLiaaa, SAHaiie.. ''I most cordially recom
moad It a th most reliable itandard authority of tht
Bngll.b language 11 It a Bow written and ipoken."
rieeiaeni juhuwi., . .. . ,
:rs ofV)
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF MJHIO.
VoVv fin, jiMon SmyiX, Oomniuiontr of Qommon
;is . 1 i.i -i, ;k - 11 -1
ha Dkstlonarr Is aa Imnertehable monument to the
aening and Induiiryof It author, and an honor to tht
wood f letters.' Th mecbanlral neeauon Is far sup
rtoi to that of any other liioon wim wnica 1 am ac
luantcd."
from Eon B.
I A I
S.' Barney. Ko-Oommitrion oj
1
I t , bc00i M VMO. f
4Th moat reliable standard authority of the ilan-
guage.''
T 9 0 If f T ;f"T ' f
IXuling Avwwpapers) ot Ohio Bar.
I from VnrClofiand Btrold Oj MartXK.i
Th orthograpiuy ot th Woreeeter Dictionary Is tha'
uard by moat, If not all author 01 dlitloetlon lo th t
country and England, aad eon lor ai to th gnral aMg
of rdinary writer and pkr. -i "1 t
Whatever prejudlcee may hav tzlated previoaily,
Direful .tad of thit volume Will Invariably b bUowec
by A wane appreeiatloa 4 It great Brite, and a desln
10 aao 11 w uie watt kiooiw iiuisij, v mi,, v,
IliAaUbrary In Itself, and will remain an imperlsh
ble rtoord of thelearnlngof ite compiler..., t
JromtM OtncmnaUaMmaortialef AprtW. .
" Her are upward! of a hundred thousand word good
bad and Indifferent whose multifsrions meanfngs and
ifarfntlona. tnniher with their Correct roelltni and pro-
nuaciauou, arc set eieariy Deiorw ui vjw nm n
unduestlonabiy th greatest Thesaurus of Ingush Wordt
Tor published.
irom O OUttUrnd PlaindoaUr of Sept. p3, 1880.
WvM.ntt WnuHTH'l Bovas Qbarto DumoBARV i
not oniy tXs latt, tnU t smt iwrt of kind tur U
aai.andean by BO pOMiblllty auflei by comparison 01
controversy--.:'-, ' , I ' '
f JYon IU ToUde hlad of May 89.
L. As Aa- raonT'imiiTi'"'! a""" ths Btabdabji
followed by our beat authors; in eennitions o leave
Boshing to h deeired. aad In OrrwottRAnv It is sufuclea
to Say that wsvuaanrsa caa o aaiciy roiiown.
ihghaym y bbaoo.
FsSbVsbera, Baakeelleradt Btatlanere,
NO. 101 BUCEBIOBi T.f'CLEVEIiANu, V1UU.
maiS-1 -I- i-A .... I
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Tl MTIT0AL PENlSni
'TluTrtxVdTTD 4W fftUDlt WV
ljji' iiikJiJiViUUAA wiiULAiiJiii
1 v
DlTlaind January 1 , 1S I a S Per Cent.
ABBETB. ..... w ... .. ,.k n mifiOrn w.
Otateiumt Jmmwrr ti 1881 -..
Balance1, per sstteueat aa. lsVjcW...J,408l 3
Hepettca 101 rrammei ui- - - . 1
: lug th jeer iwo... sioj.eoj - . .1
Beeeived for InUrMt during : . ;
ilw yeas UH, ...114,014 19 -
' otal rwwlptsfw tjp8a..'S77,0b7 W .' n I a
pJdOlaintiyeaih,;W,e60 03 ..' 1 iiic
raid Balartes, f 011-
1A f.l
iB..-f c..i t t.iU
liange, etc 31,080 M.-liu.ri
Id Ovmmiaaloai to - f t ..7 . 1 ,
taenia SL3H 30 .' ,
Pad Phy(o1ans'teeir battels' ' .;'
Paid AmauMe.. J.J 117 00 ' I
PaM Dividends dor-
,1m-
Ing th gear ..,,Wo00 Ji 303,09) 6T' 4U,?T8
1L L '.- t-'ir OV lis
j Rei Balapol Jinnary al. "ledf.J M 3,812.358
I ei A - ' -ASSETS
flLeW3n..Uis:, SJ6,69Blla?. i -iT
noa emu aengaaeaon Beat " , 1 1 ,
Bitate, "worth doubl Ui '-'
, amm' lod........... 8J7
Pemim , Notes, -co Pellele ' - .
In fnroA. onl drawtn S nar
aent. InUnsU... .. LW.BOflT
al Estai. ...... ..rl1 80W3 9Tl
0oBar1p.A..,..k 8,931 441
Real
LAanaan
K O
remiums,auiesauuaautia , p : - - v,'r.
S.-1TP
Bonn i HVwlJ''M., . ivi t -? 1 u
,:('? iriuiii'. 1 1 . 1 uijn.,
total Ajets,Mr.i.,.t,.o,... tlSnUSS
T5T5?oUols In foros.lnaarlng. 4ao,S38
.1 f.- b i t
1,439 nePollclt hav been ISsutd daring th year.
lARef a oarefol aalculatloa of th prnl valut ot th
OStatandlng Policies of th Oompanp, aad- havinf
sfoMairy amount In ieeeie therefor, the Dlreeton
bev dnslared a Divtwua r ptr mil ea tk rnmr
B paid at the aSI ratee.U all po4leie for life lo fore.
lesued prior laauary I,
, 1.
I see, payable aordlng
pieeea ml of the Oomp
nanv.
(Haus foi. all..kmds ot Lite ContingenoleSk-Prospeot-
ues, Btatements,. and Applications, will b furnished
witrod ensua, at Ah Uiboo ov Ageacle of um Com-
canv. . . v- w .
'I unvK.th eawahBnw ijj.u.ia.n
BBNr 0. KlLLRH Bmretary. -- T
ti. ft. Rse.stwsrfT! xffmt,-"'
. . HOI a jukniMl irli..'
BlarohSS, IBM. v i-.-osl-wdsm O.J
..v -I ,1 .in i. , ltj.,r.'
.1.1' 'I'l'l ing.. , iiij ee'l'SI II
I, A IU-A M riDREBiUAaI
UPRMsB BTi.KfH of vry grade The BMel Mlaet
isaseallaUwaltrr aadMmotientini,ls rataeM.ij'
A1N a BON,
aatUS X.BBs)aaaishatrM
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BO
Ihe I
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tlx I
1
is n constitutional discus, curruntiun of Ji I
uluoa, i)y wmcn tins uuiu dccoiiics vumiuu,
weak, niul iioor. Ileitis in the eireuiauon, k
pcthades Ui wjiolo. body, tuil may burst out
in disease on any part of it. JNo organ i wee
from its attiiokn, nor U there one Witch rt may
above oil, by tlio venereal "infection. What-
ever he it orlKiiir u 1s Mrtairary m mo con i
StUUtlcn, UOSl-cnuii! " Iioni purnus to tuimieu
unto the third rtiifi fmtrfh fjenerfttion ; Biaeea.
it seemu tOvbfi the, rod, of- JIuB.wbo wya,
" ' ,;.'
IPO-D '
...lit -.1 I.ki Jl:..ht..k J0'k AitltA imAn
win iuiu uic iiniiWi , m wjrw v
It. onnrici.u.ii,in-Kw ilpnilinu (una that
blood of cofrulit o'r ulcerous matterrWhlch'.Tni
tlio lunp, lim1, and internol'tinran, ia termed
tifbcrelesi In" tlio gliuidH," 8WTeni"iif;s"j "and" on'
tho sutfiwc, eruplioua or nom. . 'lliris fcul cpr-riiptiorr,-
w4rteh f'ffltdi.'rs'in tne blrt6d, rJcprcffsei
. - - v.f ..I-., . I
,e energies o we, ,7;"l"'"u'lB"1"-
nun. n.,1, n.,.w ..v...-. ..
plnmtH.llut .tlury W)t;.faKte,piiw.trrmnj-.Jd.M
Ttanil the uttnek of other diseases; consc.
!"J"qifMitly vast . miniW porlskr-;bv disqrdqrs
1 lii h, aliiiougU not scrofiiloiis in their nature,
io htiU ' rcnduitu , fatal by tins tamt m lio
system." 'Slost of fh6 consuinptlofr wliich de-1
ommtcs ihe Immim family lias its origin directly
in, tin scrofulous contamination; and many
tktriiudMiliet;o(tJioVor,kidiiojs,,Vraiii,
anil, indeed,. of eU' luOiPrgw!'11? front
arc asRiavatcd by thq aamo eau(e.;,;k;
dm. ininrff r nt nil our rcotile ore scrofulous :
their persons 010 invaded by tins lurking in-
1 . " . :. . . . . . 1
station, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
th6 blood by nn alterative -medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such n medicine vro supply in
v- v : AYEIl'S
1 -i.
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise for this every.
where nrevailinu end fatal malady. ' It is com-
bined from tho most active remecliaig that have
been discovered for the expurgation of tins foul
disorder from the Mood,' and the rescuo of tho
system from its destructive consequences,
lienco it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those pthcrj affec
tions which arise from it, such as EnurTivi
ami Ski Diseases, St. A!rriioNy'rFiiiB,
IIOSI!, Or lOltYSIVEI.AS, PlMl'f.M, I'ltsTUI.ES,
Bi.otcii i-s, JIia Rnd Don., Xuxoits, Tbttrb
and Salt HiIkkm, ScM.n HrtAn,' Uihowokm,
UnrtMATixu, SYJ'tiiMTicandMEUCfitiAl.Dis
eahi Dhoi'hv, Dysi-ei-sia, Dehilitt, and,
indeed, am, Comi'i.aikts ahihino ruosg Yitia.
TK1 OK IM1TIIR itl.Otm. 1110 popular DClll'l
. ti 1 t.i;,.
ill iiniiiirilu 11 f th Uood" is founded in truth,
fur kcrofulii is a degeneration of the blood.
.. 1 .1 .: i.. m,i 'n.
iou. liie
piirticiihir purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa-
iltir purj
to tiurit
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital
lini IlUlU,
without iiiili sound health is impossible in
contsniiitntiKl constitutions.
AYBE'8
AN
IS ( J"! I O ' B ! I I '
Xi, fcc KA.J. V a
rou the srn:nv will or ' ' - -
Iiitri iiilltrut I'evi-r. nr Prrer audi Ap;ne,
tti-tiilttriit I'rvrr, t hill Fever, Dumb
Vifuv, P. 1 lllnl llriulnrlie, on Bilious
llenilni nii'l liiltmin I-'evcra, indeed
for I lie tvliolr lini of alnrn.es orlriiiat
Itic; iu liilliii y ilrrniitf tAiieiit, i aiised by
Hit .11 iln r I.i of Jllnemu til' Cuutltrlea.
V'r r"fnitlilcd herp to" ofR-r the community
rriewly wliich, while it ctiK-a Uicshove ciiiiiiiliiits
illi ci it.iii.iv, is slill iirnV i-tl) liarinh s 111 nny
tiuiiiius. Sih-Ii a romcily i Hivnliinlilfin diricls
licrc ilii'.f alV.ielinn uisiirilvrs prevnil. 'lliis
"t't UK" I'X11- 1110 IlliuSlllUllO Pulallll of i KYEU
ixii Aon: front the system, ami prevents the de
velopment of Hie disease, if taken on the first np
irtm li of its pi cmouitury symptoms'. It is not only
lie host remedy eier yet "discovered f"r this class
if complaint.!, 'but uUo tlio eheapest.f The larR
limnliiy ucupply for a dollnr hrinpsit within tho
nu ll o' every Imtly ; aud in liilious districts,' where
kvku'ami AOfE prevails,' every body should
lat.! It iind usfl it fi-eely both for cirro and protco
inn. . A itrpat Mipcrirtriiy of tliie remedy over any
itlxr etr uionrcd fur the rpcedy aud ccrtniu
nroof Iutt riiiiUetjs is lli.it it contains 110 Quiuiue
rr mineral, ciiwfuiiiily it produces no quinism or
itlicr iijitiri'i'M rll'erls luilevrr npori the constitu
ent!. ' Tlinsc enroll liy it are left as hcallhy as if
tlwv had nev't-r had the dtneose. - -ir
' r i vr unil At.'oc is not nlnna the cunsequence of
liii uiuiMiietic pitUon.,,A uretit vaiietyof tlisor
iir sii.c Irom its i ritnlimi,. riiuuijr which nre
cm a'.i'i, liiii iiihi lhi, O-jut lh udavhc, lilt'itd
i.l, TiKi hiru; K'rrmlir, f ViidtA, Aslhinn, 1'aU
.iV.'rtii. 1'nrrfii! iffnthm nf thi Uplrrn, lliislrr
at, ' i t i'ii- f.'irJ , t'otir, Vnrahjsii nnd Ik
umiini "( f'l ..vll)Ul(,, alt of wliich, when
riio;. 11 hi '.id t .iesc. put on 1 1 10 intermittent
.il-ioi: 1 .u.ui; (in it.Uirnl, Aius " i.tltM expcis
!yl tii..u.y iiin ili. lilotiinfiu consequently cures
IiKtii i';l: '.i.'lic. It. i an i: i:i1u.iblc protection to
iul:ij4:..;it tiul lervms trnvelting or temporarily
i-i'i'.fiL-'i'n Vi mnlnrlnns district: If tsketi wca-.i-iimUr
.r-.Uiiy wliilo" exposed to the Infection,
hat siel on rcttd fmtn tUeystem, autl csntiot
'iioiitipilaii' in j.'ift. lent q'uuiitity to ripen luto.dis-
.Hc, llni c.-il is om inore jaltiaMq for protec
tion tliart ciiro, nnjl'fi'iv will eV ItifTfr o'm InteN
niirt'iir.i If theviivlril itictirsfli-cs I h firrfteetlon
diis'rriiiHy aBiirnit.-' ssJ td til t: c.v
Prepared by tie. jl C. JLV!eR C.;iielf, Hm
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LONDONDERRY, GLAtSGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' said
Tha Mootraml Ooaan Steamshls Company's ftrst-elan
rull-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail every
urdar from PORTLAND, earrytaf th Caaadiaa aad
Bailed Btato Mall and paaeanBW. ,
I . NORWBOIAS. .., ... . NORTH AMBRIOAH,
, BOHEMIAN, ,, . . ANQL0-8AX0N, ,'
i NORTH BR'TOH, HIBBRNIAN,
1 CANADIAN, - ' V MOVABOOUAJr.. If..
ajhartaatp ctsaapeat and4talcaioatOari
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1 aaaan.a aw tun sim, v aava:i
j f ttntem ot Pa wan a a toBtiltypea.-' '-
m v- ' - ' -930, fWe5,-Ssa"a'l .'AJAif
Wnisartfrom ttVBRPOOLevrery VVadaaaelayf
nd.frea QUBBBO evarf aalttf dap a alling
LONDONDKHtti, In reeelv on board and laud Hail tod
passengers, to and from Ireland and Boetland.
I Ujine Bieame
I ompartmenta, carry
I vrj attentloa I p
D?? "rml
r'ThM b learners art nuut oc iron, in water-ngat
y eaon mm upwnraowa Darreon. ana
paid to th comfort and aooommoea
As they proceed direct to LONDON
DERY, th gioat risk end dlay of salUag at 8U John's
a avoided. . . . 1 ' . 1 r
eiauow pameagers are lUrnlsacd Wllh. raas passage
Uckets to and from Londonderry- wm...
- Reiuru Ueketi granted at reduced rates. .... a
Oertiacate issued for carrying to and brmrmgout ps
MOters from a the pnndpai towns or ureal Bniam aoo
7r.lIZ. at reduced ratee, by rha line c4 eieuMrs,
t th WA8U1N0T0N LINE Off BAlblNw VACaJHB,!
lesvlns Liverpool rrery week
klabt Iirafte tor 1 1 and bpwarli war
, ablelmKagland, Ireiaad, sjcai-
..laae r waies, ' '
Pol-' pamMge," apply at' Out OBIo. t9 tlHfJAis
WAVrnaw arai aad 10 WATKie ST.,
Llwaroaol. v . . -i 11 ,i i
A- ' sun a arwiwr a..1 Inil
Ot e JaR. ARMSTRONG.
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Co-Partnerflhlp.
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rSIAVK THire DAY ADniTTED MT
oaJIAMBB AIHIfR BAIM aa DArtnar In ml bualv
, which wilt hot after be conducted andsr the Bra
f sm tt eon n BAiN,lolhHick fH.
vwimw, eew u iroi. , , :.t ' , ,(,"
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Late of Phakin-B BstabMehmeai, t, f PrMer
th New York raohtnabA BhaTtog, Uai Oattias
glmmmmilns, OarUngaad Dnai.iikln. BuAAia
ItTMi. T the rosl 40Ua nm .safMa
bawlvaalila all lh eartoea kudu 1 LI7
Oblkdraa'l Hair dressing dona la la beat aCvla.
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CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
b,,,,, iijai and Mlrford, arriving at ClneinnaU
..oDo.etiiwwiu ith.
"and bat On Change of Can between
i i Colombo and St. WuU
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iX I nn ) Tt1tteP TRm.l ' 'I
( f,,, i f flRST TRAlWi'
AOOOMMODATIOff at 8 .
tonnlnr at all ta
ttoo bttweaa Solum bn and OlnotnnaU and Dayton, w
rtfioi at (Jiuiiinatl at 1D0S a. at.. and at ilaitoo at I
mo. . .. n..,- . ilu.miu ud
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Ohio and iHaebatotil Railroad for LoaUrtll. Ky.. Via.
UT1II.1 JAV.a III I
eennea, Cairo. Lonia. New Orleans, eto.i at Dayton
for Indiaiiapoll'i.ttdJTtttey Terr Hnte, Chicago and
all Wuura noinu. -
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THIRD TRAIN.
It ATX at 0.10 p.m.. stopping at all stations between
Ooinmbos and Xenia,and at Spring Valley, Cjrwln,
Morrow and Lore laid, arriving atuincunan at a a. m.
"I' FOCRTII TRAIN." " '
NiaUT 1XPKBBI. via Dutoo. at 13 00 aUdnliul.
topping at London, Xeoia, Dayton, Mlddletowa and
llamllton, arriving MUlncmnau at a.xa a. m.iatuay-
Hamilton, arr
tn tt s.SSs. at.; eeaneatlnf at Olnttnnatr with th
Ohio and alaaiaiippltuilro lor wutii, Braniruie,
Vinoennes, Cairo, It. Louli. Uempbis, New Orleans,
and all points Booth and BonUt-weiLj also, at Dayion
for Indianapolis, u lay e lie, xerr uaat, vauago, ie
TT7 lor further Informstlon and Through Ticket,
spply to at. L. DOflEttIV, Ticket Agent. Unioa Depot,
1 P. W. BTBADIR,
' General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
"" ' JNO. W. DoniBTT,
j Agent, uoiombu,
I. W. W00DWAKD,
Bnperintendtnt, Cincinnati.
Colombo July M, 18C1 . . .
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
RAILROADS COMBINED!
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CONNEOTma AT BELLAIRI WITH Tni
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IBaLT1M0RE & UlilUj'Dg
AND AT PITTSBUBGH WITH THE
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAILROAD:
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SflOrtCSL U.UlCkCSt & uIOSC lveliaDlOl
r ...n n , ri-i.- 1
Route to all Eastern Cities !
Trams Leave Columbus as follows :
MORNINO EXPRESS
Leaves Columbus I 30 A. H. from Union Depot via
BelUirs or Bleubenvlile 1 arrive! Bellaire, lu.w a.
M 1 Btenbeoviiie. 19.80 P. Al.: PliUbunh.3 40 P. M
darrisbum. 1.10 A. at.: via AUtntown, arrives at New
York 8.00 A. II. I via Pkiiadtitikia. arrives st Phlla.
delubla. 3.10 A. At.: New lork, 10. JU A. M. Connect
also at Uarriaburg for Baltlaore, arriving at 7.43 A. At.
Sleeping; Cart attached to this Train
froi Oolumb, run directly through to Bellalr or
Pittsburgh wiihout ohange; sod ras.ngers via Alien
town arrive In New lork am A. si.,
ir?Two nouBS is adtahce op northern
BO
This Train also connects at Bellairo
ltb tbe
, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad-
PntSBUBOn ZXPKE88.
Lasve Columbus II 83 A 31 , from Bnlon Depot, via
SteolxnTlllej arrive al Newark, U 30 P. if.: Oothoo
Ion, 8.15 P. U.t dteubenvllle, 8 P. at ; Pltuburg, 8.40
V M. TTPrhU Is tneonlr rout by which Psseengera
aa leave uineinnau as a. ., gv uiroagn i niia'
burgh in daylight, without change 01 ears or aetsy.
PABT USB.
Leaves Columbus S. IS P. M., from Uoioa Depot, via
Bellaire: arrives at Newark, 3XJ P. 11 Zaaeeeiii,
4 33 P. M I Bellaire 7 44 P. U.l Pll.hurti, 11. 10 p.
M.j Harri.burg, .00 A. M.i via JUmtovm. arrlyes
at New York, 4 P. at.; wfa tkilaitipkia, arrive
Philadal -hia, 1.10 P. M.; New York. S P. M, This
Train also eonnU at HanUburg for Baltimore, ar
riving al ir- M. .
Tkl Train runs through to Bellalr or Pittsburg with
cut chang of Cars: and from Pittsburg there is aa
change of Oars to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
new xorg tnus oneiinf
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, witn only
- one change' Of Cars. .
" By this Train PassBgrs arrlT la Mew Toik Sv
hnra la adniiea of th Northern lines.
This Train also connects it Bellalr with tht Baltimore
and Ohio B. R.
UTThis Route Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
and. more than luv miles shorter to
j New York, than Northern Lines.
!C'.r.- r, . ' '
Baggage. Checked Through to all im.
poiieni roinu iatt.
ABK IOR TI0KET8 TIA '
BELUI&E Ott.'BTEUpENVILLE.V
Ticket ' Goad aver either ' Rente
JNO. W, BROWN.
' ' Sen. Tkkat Agent Oentral Okie R. R
I. A. UUTOHINBON,
Oeav Ticket Agent BtoBbcnvlll Short Lin
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GUERNSEY'S BALM
MBAwara 2 a -ar aa'? saaiwtw W PITTS ' S pj-
It. aAMAtiaa .l ta. and he th worst aara.
aoald, brat. cat, r rreea wound at any kind, prevents
welling and pain from bee stings, moequiw mm, ui
kir.r","!1r.r u .m
analtlvelv ur croao In child ren, and give Immediate
Mileflath wonlsu of tha terrible oomplainl; alaa.
,taw KoAHAnaaa aad sol throat. Prto. eeU
belli. Should be tat eve Jtta. ' '; "7 urat-
iMAABd RlArakeeuer. tsiisnws,
Bole Proprietor, I 8pruoit,HTork
cMdawuts
No real Justice eaa .a aoue laa above preparations
awl h Ana.ksi and reading aeeeriptif ptmpoieud
a round wna an uwawr., win w infnvwi
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, on demand, formula sed Tnal Botlle nt to Phya
uo, who will and ueveiopmenw in wu wormy wen
I aceeptano and approrai.
.1 Ooripondeoee solicited from all who nmssltles.oi
euriostcy prompts a irw w w aw
ale- n , : ... . . .......
fr al a th asual wholwal aad retail dealer
everywhere,
" JOIIW fc. JiJIri?WElAXf Fpoprteta
' ! ohihist and PBABMAOirmsT.
. . 1.1 emart v.a.
v - - .
Roberts Saaiael, si. B. Marnla, ,1. . , .Cook. J.
banlg, . Denlg St Soas,A. 1. Bchueller abon. Agent
joiooiumbuvtibJo.
myl-dly
iri
Baltimore Clothing House.
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READY-MADE CLOTHING.
80S W,: BaItimore?6tre 3
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Goods Conttantly en Hani
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[From the New York World.]
BATTLE OF LEESBURG HEIGHTS.
STATEMENT OF CAPT. FRANCIS G. YOUNG.
STATEMENT OF CAPT. FRANCIS G. YOUNG. WASHINGTON, Wednesday, Oct. 23.
'
The fall and true story of the battlence Uar-
withio too last
hour. . i
No eomu iha nakoil l.,,tl
Now oomoi Ibo naked truth. In all lta atnn.
niog ana aiaueaeing horror. Col.Bkor' bod?
baa juit arrived In town. BURrded by B IQUad of
V. al.i. r l.. i.i. .u.
" ' I ""w itiu m uie
maoeioaof Col. J. W. Webb., Cant. Franaie
inv r w.
HDai 01 ew xotk, uuMtaroiaiter oi
Baer B Uilgade, came In command ol the aad
nalnAl iummn..l.J k Al.l O Ill, .1 U.
California Ftrat. ilaviugobumad eurmiie of
""-i -.p-U.V lJ M.JI wiuinh V. uv
we real poeUlon Of aJiri. 1 bad ltiitd for
Edirarda'a Farrv thie eveoloir, but meeiioK tbe
pruoinaion nave reiurnea wun my irieaa tapt.
Yoaoff, from whose lise I take down the lol
. I . . . . . .
lowing terrible summary of Monday's events
condensing it as much as possible in order to
forward it by to night's mall
Wo bave wet with a sickening repulse; one
involving tbe loss of nearly one thousand men.
In killed, wounded, and missing, and of many
brave and skillful offlcemj and accompanied by
scenes of horror ud equaled in any previous bat
tle of the war.
CAPT. FRANCIS G. YOUNG'S STATEMENT.
I
teceiTed oommsnd to cross at ouoe. On my
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Sunday evenlne, Gen. 8tone. beiue ncr-
saaded tbat no important force of tbe enemy re
mained along tbe Upper Potomac, and in obe
dience to orders from headquarters, commenced
nis passage 01. toe river at Harrison's Island.
The point of transit was about five miles above
bdwarda s rerry, and nearly an equal distanoe
from Leeeburr. Th Island Is a low, fertile
strip of land, several miles In length, so divid
ing the river tbat tbe Maryland channel Is not
a (tilling in width, and that on tbe Virginia side
not more man auu leet.
Sis eomnanieaof Ihe Fifteenth Massachusetts
Regiment, under Col. Devan, and two compa
nies of tbe Twentieth (Tammany) New Yoik,
arrived at tbe river abont 3 r. M. Monday, and
commenced to or-. At sunrise tbey were all
on tbe Virginia side. '
Before daylight an Order came to Col. Baker
to march on tbe first battalion of tbe California
Regiment to Conrad's Ferry, two miles south of
the inland, and then, if be beard firing, go to
tbe support of Coggswell and Devao. Accotd
ingly, Leut.-Col. Wisiar advanced with tbe
battalion, 6ti9 ifficers aud men. and by sunrise
had reached tbe river and proceeded down to
tne isiaoa crossing. 1 accompanied tne force to
arrange for transportation. Was sent to re
port fur orders to Uen- Stone. Returned, hav-
r"' ,ur " vu- ohjuc. ivewurueu, nav-
" -7 . V,CI,W. UUli AfAOr, WUV KJ1U IU
that only the battalion were to oioss. He bad
do orders for tbe brigade.
Shortly alter Ueoeral. Stone placed Colonel
Baker in command of all the forces 00 the Vir
ginia side. Oar battalion then, at about 7 A.
w commenced crossing to tne isiana, ana from
tnenco to tbe lurtber sbore. Meantime we
could bear skirmishing sbois on tbe b
heights,
which continued without
much
lntermioslon
through tbe morning,
now we began to experience tbe dilfioulty
which was tbe chief cause of the terrible scenes
which closed the day,
do adequate means of IransDomtion bad been
provided. It seemed as if the column was ex
pected to walk across on tbe water surfaoe
IMothiog but one old ssow, capable of holding
perhaps lorty men, appeared available on either
side ot the island. It the Massachusetts meo
bad bad any other boats tbey were not visible In
tbe morning. At length 1 discovered a large
scow In tbe canal, and two bours were eonsuoi
ed In getting it over Into the Maryland obaonel.
It would bold about sixty men. Uolooel Maker,
Lieutenant-Colonel Wistar, Assistant Adjutant.
General Harvey and myself went with the first
load to the Island, and there superintended ibe
transit ol our men
It was 12 M. before onr first eompany landed
at tbe foot ot the bush-covered precipice wbiob
rises abruptly over one hundred feet from tbe
river bed ou tbe lurtber side of the river. Pour
hours more bad elapsed before the last eompa
ny landed. Sections ol tbe Second Kbode Isl
and Hit ery, comprising two bowiliers, two Held
smooth-bores, and one rifled gun, went over with
ns, tas men dragging tbem up tbe heights with
great difficulty and spirit,
All ibis time irregular ngnting was going
abovs. . It seems that Colonel Devan had in the
morning moved with a small detachment la the
dlreotloa of Leesburg, shortly after bis forees
had orossed, bad advanced one mile, there met
the enemy 'a skirmishers in feeble foroe, and
had retired to the brow of tke heights. 1 Before
this the Quartermaster of the Massachusetts
Fifteenth bad boss alone to a point within
mile of the village, bad returned, crossed
river,nd reported to General atone that there
were no hostile forces in tbat region, fiat after
Cclooel Devan fell back bis men were ptsoed
a semi circular clearing, or natural foiest open
ing, covtrlog five or sis aores, with its base
reeling on tbe edge of tho heights, and flanked
and Irouted by the forest..., The enemy, becom
ing bolder, advanced in scattered partiee to
edge of these woods, ana ixom iu a. ai. tin
p. M. kept a raooom, annoying nrs upon
men. Tbe latter sheltered themselves as well
as tbey could, lying just below tbs ridge, and
awaited reinforcements. . -
At 4. then, our wboio force bad crossed
asoeoded. Colonel iUker and staff withitbe rest.
Bod tbe troops were suffering somewhat from
the o mcealed enemy's fire. Many bad. dropped
and tuan narrifKl down tha hill.
We asked Colonel Baker what be thooghtof
affairs . lie said be thought as bad a good posi
tion t could fall back for shelter behind the ridge,
" Yes. said we, "but what's In those woods!"
Hs answered: " I think tbe enemy are eoooealed
on our right." A private bad repotted tbat there
was no (ores on the left, but a deep ravine, bid
den by the woods. We then proposed sending
skirmishers to make a rcoonnotesanoa on
right, and Captain Markoe. second Lienteoaut
Tl f : 1 1 1 I MM. It k. Cn...ln.
I ' 11 11 a uia, .im iujbvu wii.uut. w uu vvwiwuiw
I A and D ot the California Regiment. Uompe-
I ny A got in front On rising ground, In Skirmish
u order, Company u following in lino '
The Clllornla battalion, to maki tbe story
dear, was drawn np on tht left of the
field; tbe Maesaohueette Pirteeoth and Tarama
n on the rleht. and the MaseachusstlS Twenti
eth nearer the center, uoi. coggsweu too
charge of the artillery. Only four guns
planted in the neia, tne nneo gnn naving
hauled np at tne wrong piaoe, ana oeing after
ward seised by tbe enemy and spikso. ,
When ear skirmisblne eompanles bad r'eaoh
ed the edge of tbe woods, suddenly aba enemy,
hitherto ooaoeaieo, rose wim a yen ana men
vnilevi then besan flitkting hi their usual man
nan first eivlna a yen ana a vgueyi uen iou
' ' r . " t 11 . .
ing and firing at will tot a few minutes;
.aiw an .nul tlmai thaa wivlaa another
and volley, and so on, poaring a mnrderous
Into- woe Uttl b to he spao of half
boor. The whole woods around swarmed
iv,.-. 1 hat had. na ArtlUsrv and no eavairv
Q Rhode Islander a. exoeot the officere. desert
ed -their tana, but Colonel Baker, Lieutenant-
Colonel W later, Colonel Coggaweu,. and Adjq.
tank Harvev) manned the battery, and fired
gnas themselves, aided bp eompany G,
CaUfomla, led by tha gallant Captain newel.
fTha latter . was - eoaspieuoue 1 for bravery
throughout th aollon; le weended,' but
dangerously, ana is bw eeie a aiju
groaod.) .') r',' n si-' v'? r--.
W kept np both s jdBsketry and cannon
as well an we could, but baU the time we
notes the enemy, and hie teeardly duwnargee
wen thinning eur ranks; suil mestof tbe
stood, fttoj .a4 noted bravely. The susmj
a.ii... ..a ..it. Incased In loudness, and
TVMWJV ,,M1 J -- - .
was evldea thai reinforcements wr e p mrlng
to his aid, , Cap, "stewart, Gee, Stone's Adjn
..n. ... an iha fluid with the cheering
moot thai Gen. GormM would' shortly support
on
a
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the
4
ns At 6 P.M. we held a council of war,
and resolved to stand onr a-roand. Hal. B ,wM
ordering me to go for reinforcements. By this
i n u,?,w,a woonddu WIsUr had
fallen. Tne enemv wan wrnwlnw nnr. Harlni
rushing out of the woods, taking soms prison
ere, and firing hotly. ' , ,
Just then a rebel officer, rtdlne a ahi'ta hrm'a.
came out of the woods and beckoned to ns to
opme forward. Colonel Baker thought It was
ueoeral Johnston, and that the enemy would
meet us In open fight. Part oi our column
charged, Baker cheering ns on, when a tre
mendous onset was made bytbo rebels. One
man rode forward, presented a revolver at Bak
er, and fired all its charges at bim.' Oar gal
lant leader fell, and at tha aaitia .inm.1,1 .11
our lines were driven back by the overwhelm
ing foroe opposed to them. But Captain Bel
ial' with bis company, fought bis way back to
Colonel Biker's bod v. rescued fL hrnnoht la
along to me, and tuen a general retreat was
commenced.
It was sauce gut jeuf.'-seve hlmeetf who
can. I got the Colooe.' bodv to tha island ha.
fors the worst of tbs root, and tben, looking to
the Virginia shore, saw f.ich a speotacle as no
tongue can desoribe. Our entire forces were
retreating, tumbling, rolling, leaping down tbe
steep neigbtss tbe enemy following tbem, mur
dering, and taking, prisoners. Colonel Devan
left big command, and swam tbe river on horse
back, cuionel Coggswell, after unavailing
bravery, bad ordered tbe retreat himself, but,
being wounded, was taken. Tha one boat in
tbe Virginia channel was speedily filled and
sunk. A thousand men thronged tbe further
bank. Aluaketn, coats, and everything were
thrown aside, and all were desperately trying
lo esosne. Hundreds Blunged into the renin
curreui, ana lbs shrieks of tbe drowning added
to the horror of sounds and sights. Tbe enemy
kept np their fire from tbe cliff above. All
was terror, eoofusion and dismav. A cactaln
of the Fifteenth Massachusetts at one moment
charged gallantly up tbe bill, leading two com
panies, ano situ bad tneir arms, against tbe
pursuing foe. A moment later and the same
officer, perceiving the booelessnees of bis situa
tion, waved a white handkerchief, and sur
rendered the main body of bis regiment. Otber
portions of tbe column surrendered; but the
rebels kept op tbeir fire upon those who tried
to cross, and many not drowned In tbe river
were shot in tbs not of swimming.
Nigbt cam en. At 8 P. M. aU of our band
whose fortune it was to return hsd landed on
Harrison Island, and tbe fire from the Vireinia
neignts nao ceased.
Tbe rebels took all onr eons bat one. When
I left yesterday they bad shouted to ns, telling
ns to come over and take away our dead sons of
b s noder a flag of truce: bad also mounted
our own guns on tbe heights, and warned ns to
leave tne island in four hours.
. Tbe cause of this sad havoc was that we bad
no proper means of transit and retreat. Tbe
following is an approximate list of the commis
sioned offioers killed, wounded, or missing, tor
tbe first battalion of tbe First California Regl-
ment, end comprises two-thirds ot tbe entire
number in eommtnd:
Colonel Baker, killed; Lieut-Col. Wistar,
wounded in arm and face (safe); Company A,
Lapt. Markoe, Lieut. Parker, prisoners; Com
pany C, Cspt. Otter, Lieot Kerns, prisoners;
company 11, Liient. Williams, killed, body
saved; Company u, Capt. Ueiral, Lieut.
slightly wounded and safe; Company H, Lieut.
Hams, prisoner, Lieut. Urie, wounded and safe;
Company L. Lieut, fisher, wounded and sale;
Company N, Capt. Keffer, prisoner, Lieut.
Uooper, wonnded and prisoner; Company r,
Capt. Hicks, wonnded and safe, Lieut. Keoney,
prisoner.
Ibe California Regiment took Into action
across tbe river:
Pirst battalion, officers and men total
Of thee ther ware diwwud about...,
680
..so .
..30
.300
.1X3503
Killed
Prisoners ,
Wounded
Retreated la safety, only.,
.104
Tbe Lieutenant-Colonel of the Massachusetts
Filteenth lost a leg; tbe Mijor got safely back.
These are about tbe right details or our own
losses. Of the other lorcss engaged I cannot
speak with certainty. But tbe Massachusetts
fifteenth report nearly six hundred killed,
wounded, and taken the balance of tbe Regi
ment tuviog joined tbe six companies fiist
named during tbe day. The Tammany Regi
ment baa 'ost about one company. Tbe casual
ties of tbe Twentieth Massachusetts are not
known, but are very severe,
Assistant Adjutant-Uenerai Harvey, or Bak
er's Brigade, is taken prisoner. ' I stopped yes
terday on my way here et Gen: Banks's. He has
6.000 men across tbe river at Edwards's Ferry,
where be crossed. Yesterday there wae
sharp engagement at his linee late in th alter-
noon, but I do not know tbe particulars. '
Buoh is th substance or uuartermaster
Young's story, from such memoranda as I bave
been able to gather, In the greatest possible hur
ry, and put together lor tbe morning mail
major Bmltb, ol tbe liaiiiorma itegimeni, woo
also scoomoanied Baker e remains to mis city,
ooofirms it in all its Details, and 1 fear they are
but too true.
From members of the funeral escort I learn
that Capt. Young demeaned himself most gal
lantly throughout lbs action; taking in cnarge
the arduous duty of superintending the river
transit, and afterward actively ana oreveiy
leading on- the Calilornians in the eonnict ou
the heiehta. - - ' ;
I tell tbe tale as ' 'lis 4oia to me, making
addends or comments. Wo ar hopeful and
confident that a sudden, successful blow will
Instantaneously be attempted.' ir any more
fiAbting occur Rt Leesburg, a diversion must
tiso be made ny Bmrni ana meuaii aiutoning
Evans's left fUok. -Then tha bnlk of both ar
mies would soon b Involved in-general action
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A Gahdib von the Tiaie Mr. Lyman
Chase, who lived near th mouth.' of Cbebacoo
Pond, Eiaex, Massachusetts, owns a ganaer,
which oheses everyone who enter on his prsm
isei. and treats tbem with the utmost contempt
A few days sine hs gave obese to Mr. Cbaaa'e
cow, and canght ber try lb note ana inrew per
to th around. Mr.- Chase's oog suea
chase to thesander. and it proved to be a wild
goose ohaae, lor toe ganaer wroea ana uv
ohasa to tha doe:, and oauKbt him . by Ibe n
of the neck and earned him some distance
before he oould fre himself.., Mr. Chase
thinks of aandins him to Weaning too, la ease
of an attack by th rebels on lb Capital.--
Who knowa but It woeld save tbe oountrj i
rr Qnlln hearlna- a ladv reading: lately, In
that In certain Dart of Wales It
the custom to plait thorns and 'thistles on
grave of old naoneiora, remaraeo,,-- aub
another instanoa of the sreat law Ot oornpensk
lion. If on escape thorns and thistle in life,
he must expect them after death."
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superior ualiti over any thr prapewaauB la s. It ; j
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ttrsngta and vigor to the root aad restore ibe grawta to 1
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auheoverlngof hair.. ' ,UUM1
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lork who hav bad their hair nstered by the a of ihi
InvlgoraWr, wha all other prepantmuav (alle. AW '
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atlli:' It willalieottuklly paiMtJA oak hum SurwAa-
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Am 1. aa to nraaarv Its plao. whsthr Dlainior In car la
Banc th great demand for tt by th ladw- a Maaitrd Ol
toilet acaol which aon ought to be without the Biie., .
ulaoaa It within th raauh ot alU bmc " ' ' " H
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