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DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPEMNY & MILLER.
CTOffle loo. 86, IS and 40, Vortk High It
Dally 8 00pera
'7 P VU WTMt,
Wsekly, .sajiaaA tcf '...ribU 00.
On Ink... im
nonth( 19 00
3 monthi 10 00
V monthi S 00
1 month. 0e
On " I km... 1 n
Om dv .77 J 00
On , dn..
pii).lve fOnrtlNBwaU hU Bon thu Uit
AIwiUhbmiU leaded' n4 pUeed to the wloaaoi
All uutieM nqnlrao to he pablUhtd by Uw. Uffkl ntw
II ordered on me lntltte exeluinlT efter the Int M.k
Weekly, tea .prtceee th Deily, elwre tbeedreiilM
" nouiyeion. wnere He Pally end Weekb
ere both need, then the ehtrn imf the Weekly WUI tm
keif the rate of the Dally -
Ho KfTertUement take sotpt for a delnlU pehad. ,
rFfA. B. 8IMXDI3,
AND NOTARY FUBLIO.
OOoo-Auoof BalldlBi, oppoelte Oapllol ftroai,;1
... . .. CXU.UUBCa.omoi
A O0BORNID,, ,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO , . ,
more vnu toe mm r reteei trot ell rech wll
pper In the Ttl-eeitly without ehwie. :' " ( "
. .Bu!lS W 0"d' nM Mni Are linee, per veti, In
lUe, nn line; ontalde , '
SO ntf Drift.
Machine ilanuiactnring Compaiy
. .... , AKUTAcnruM of t,-:..r c - i
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS
Caatinia, XiU-lnf, aUcklstrr.
Of TOT DBKBirnOM..
OUAi. AMBOP, Inp'l. r , : , p. AMB08, Treat. :
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND. COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
' OuooeoHnj at OreiUlne with the fllTIBUMH, II.
WAf Ml A OBI0AOO KAILB0A9
for Tort Warn and CMoaao.
OonaeoUog at OlertUnd with the LAU IE0M KaU
row DaaVklrk, Baffal, AlbAttT. Boa
. Mtw wfet. "
THREE TRAILS DAILY.
IZ0IPT BUHDAT, '
from Oolumbn, la oonneotlon with Xralaaoa Uw'
Little jniAtni Aurn coivnnv
N1QBT JIPR188.-Lr.Te. Oolnahat at M A. M j
will Mar nanenww at all etaUen aoath of Oallua.
lop at Dfawr, Aehwy, Oardinftoa and Oilead, ux)
at ellibuloaa aetth of OaUon, afrlrtot at Okmland
BtftO A. Mn Paaklrtl.00 p. M., Basalo 41tFi M.
fyj;??- ,ort U M..BotoalJ0
'm".' 52il,,i?U Cr"tUn . M , PhlUWUJ
iSil.0AOIuafOTta0nMliMatT0P;M. :uooiinAiir.' -
MH T0RK 1ZPRB88 Lean Oolnmtmt at 11.10
a. Will top atLewU Oentre, (for Whit Bnlphar
Bprinp). Ilawar, Oardinftoa, SeJlon, OreetUae, abl
h, Mew London, Wellington and Oration, arrlTa ai
Oleraland at B:M p. m.j fianklrk, 6MU p. a.i Unl
talo, 10S p. mi Albany, bai a. .; HewToiV, 1
p. m. 1 BtetoD, 4:40 n. . Thlg Train aonneote at Bhel
i hy fr Bandiulry, and at OiafteB lor Toledo, arrlrlni at
Teled at Ma p. . ..
TBXBB TBAIM. - -
fcUIL AMD AOCOMMODAnOtl-Letrea Oolnabu
at 13 p. m. Will nop at all itationa Boatb of
'Baelhy, and. at Mew Lonoun. Welllngtoa, Anton,
aM itarca; arrtrlng at lleraUad at "-30 p a t Dan
klih, :ti0a, . Buttle, liSUe. o. albmy.lO p.
MewTora.)p .; Boeuw, llit m l PI Ubarai.
oyoCw.lllDM llJilp. b. PhUd.lFfala! 1:00 p. m,
OhMM. wa Oreetline, :S a m. Tbx Train Cucbo.,,
Vo'.?" c1 an lolede, .rrfrtoj at Toledo
at &ii p. m. ,
Patttitfeepln j Carl' ara ran ' wji" all
Sight Tiaina to Chicago, Sew v
York and Boitoa.
Baggft OueM thrtrnthvurtm 7brkad BoM
wto Onwtemf,' mUo, to fKilaiilpMauni
Might tipraearrlTeatColumboat..ll:lSPi M.
CtneianaU aspreM anrirea at OolamMn at 10:M A.M.
AcooauwxUau. kpnw- atriret at Oelambaa at 740
. . - 1 ,j, H., ...
fat af Loter tr tajeih Bta.
Atk' fttr Tided ais CiMli
... B. 1. FLINT..
Baperlnwadat, Olerclaad, Ohi.
JAHXI FAIt B1BOS, Agent,
Oilambaii Jan 17, 1801
rt, vvi.wraa, unw. .
,.N Jut lUeelTtcj ,r :.r
1 AA r ; CH GBEEB mat 1
1UU THAI lOO ban crime Bl Oone.
1 BO pwkwta eld Da toh aoremaient Java Coffe.
itaadant Whit Sanaa, aoniwttng f Pw
drd, Cbruhed, AraaalaMd A and B Ovfle. ., ;l j
SO I. ais tale tteorg Bank Oodoehr. j v. i . ' r ;. -I
BObkl. klew aod M. 1 aUaaetet. , ;. ,
km. Pick aaUaon. i ?r. ... -j i
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Hf af. he 4 mdoj irf lrii is ..i(a-.-,;.i n.
lOO kijlaaiKiUBeraatbraiiili and gradM, . ., ;
arrfl cw MiT -lk,Wal. MsDOKALBmi
e i.i "i
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inl lUanl-Book llanrilanturir,
aarll-dly.: j.w1.i.., w--v, "v . r i.
awmkv fmjfj ittiiri -1. liV'MJ. J -J .-ai . Si ti.u .4.4i
BaIW a BOM,
H a. M Bomta Jit jtrtttT.
Boor sKiRT, - -
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t)'o.'B, sourit-.woB.iraiiT, w,
Ban tat moHred a w mak St TB0OP IK rBTB
lambed at S bmbbw r mptrtuf M an rf . ojitrodaoeil
j a KtAli
:'ut ifa'U ..-H
Ttrt-Th laxfait-Tho Beit,
Clwapeit BooaoM the Cut,
a lSC .ijis;,,' aJ " V M id fr-.
krlty of th Emrlleh Unnift.n
.rC X-Ve Buiarjt Aweenatl J&mvAw tt oiii.
"I .Tff J
thodriria Sf ordi.t
Hia arenpwerdeof a Haaired
Inn' ul dertTntiitBi. eiiMUier
wita taei. eomot
peUlBi,as4 pronuxUUoa ( elntrlrl
?t wcl -ft in JfJa-W J
rjf7Xi"i5Si ion 0 IA Mtmbtrt of tU OUo Bait
Th nndertlfTied, nmben of the Ohio RUU Tetehon
w "pert tn, too ortbognrphr a pronnDoUtk o
'tw moiMMiT, vn we moot oer-
reooamend It h the moet reliable itandard aa
U I dow wrlttea and
"Hm, aapminienieot EnTlllchoM. 1
W. Ham, S.p't Haaalloa Union Bchooli.
m. uownaa. Ban t rablie Boutola, Bandit
' Lraoa, Sup'tfnblio Boboola. Olrolerllle
OoWDaa. Bap't fablie School. Sweoikyt
aM. Bajiro pBaLOlmlMiilVBial Bemlna-
- W. Mrrtauu, Bap't ruaU 8choel,Mt. Union.. -1,
jl . 1 t W.BMia Mn.l
u rnmni Mtua mavmbi mami. b. i n u.
OriM Vim waaMf .'huumal - -- -1 1
Olndanatl. """"" '
. H. . aUarni, iapt Oaaton'Ufirmi fchoW ' I f
' B am t iia... i.uaiMi u.iiUb. 1.M.1 Uui 1 1
u T. Tajta, Prof, afathematiea, Obta Unimalty.
Wb. W. BawaJlDa, Bwp't Troy Unto BctMoU 1 a..
A S. lwina rrhMliial Weat Hlh Sohool. Clna.
land. ' . ... i .
B. A. KeBTSW. Aloe late PrtaetB Htrh BehoaL film-
mwHrrwirw ujgu Kuegi, VIVTV
tv,' Pilacipal 4l .8olol,lT
W.Il.A Vii J.'MVl.
man 1 ..111 1 , .
a. P. BOBiarmi, Prinelpal Olvrelaad Inetlrot. .
A. Uarai, Preildeat o( Immu Initttuie, Bl-
UnrriyTT:-:"" " -. . "n. . :
J&ini ttemoa. Prof. Bhetoria, Obertla Oollexe
r,TaHlUs Fremont AaOoeh O.U.ire.
. V H OaTBoaaT, Prof, klalhematlae. High
I obool, Dayton. . . .. , 77.,
' B. O. OaBMaABflW. Vrrtf. Uniui.' t?1S ntiMi
vim, . . . ... ij . j 10.. ....
B. at. BJam,liqnTrtlcBohiola,AiM.'i.j s' -ii
Jferw lAom tU AMkdnaf aAi jwMa) fMU.
f- riior. UwUore awl ZMWfcnrietoAetf .&
riEfitDENfa' OF COLLEOES'IN' OHIO:"
IUsaka Ootxaaa -It u trnly a aufolnoent tort;
aa honor loth aathor. U. nablihr.and thewbole
Onto BmuiA. Unnum uTt HMidi Mflwa.
rtone, . It will h au .aid. hi Mkannhi d B ran an.
Utioo. aod will often be eonialted by me forli Beat
and aooarat dllslU'U.''-PrMldot Tbompeon. k..., .
W. A. Bm wrrm flftti m. "fl.i.iirfin. er. fca mm1
Webtur'i ortkotraphr. At a- neent aeerloa of ont
"aeOlt. It Wm At.iA Mh.n. It a mmTm. n th.i
taffaldpaM'' fcoyal Quarto Dlottonary," PreHdenjt
Wamaii aaqmralrJotXMa.Mf 1nA'' U aMrth af
nmH ppivo.aoac rroetoent uuanooac. i' . .n-
Oaasxm Oou-a. "It more thu meeta my zpielk
nae.'. I reenmaxnd It aa the aturl.nl .nthorit n
rthoepy to my chlldm and ay pnpUaT-Pnaldat
Arrfeosl OoLLS. T ad ont and aha in aa fa laaah-
lI. wrlttna and apaaklne. ahaorthocruh and ti rot, tin.
etatlaa of Woroeeter'i oral tiaarto Diotloiian."
' "la all ma nith. anaaklne. and muhln.. T ham ma.
deaTored to aoaform is the rain for orthography and
r-roeaaelatloa ee ooatained In Woroeiter! DinUoBary.'1
Horaaa Itana. lata Pmtdect.
Kavroa Oouawa, 8jLmta. 'I moat cordially reoom-
Bd It aa the moat HltU atand.rd anlharlt af th.
Boallah kamiM aa U la mtm mtui and ntaL".
Preetdent Aadraw. . i
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF, OHIO.
Att AVMytl, ftmraliifcajlr' Ccawea
"Th BkHamar la aa ImnarWuhla iiMii.nt In th.
laaralni and Indarry at In, aathor, and aa kwor o the
arid of witara. To BMehanieat iBeontlon Ji far upa-
rlor la thu mt mwm Mlu. lilu. Mlt Mhl.h T .
lqaalmad. w, v v -j. ,. v
Jrwm iAm. JK. J7. Bonny MOtmmtMtontt oj
SokaoU a 0fo.
"Th moat tiUsbn (taadart aathorlty of th Ian
Uf.l - - - - - .....
' i WBAT.THl ., .Ti
Trooping Kwsrpprrti Ohio Bsvy.
, Jrom IU CUrtom BeraU 0 Martk 8.,i r,
Th orthography if th Woraeetar Dictionary hi (hat
and by moet, if not all author! M diiti notion in ihU
eoantry and Xnglaad, and oonfoms to the tanaral aiage
of ordinary wrttera end ipaakeri.
Wb. carer prejndloee may bar existed pnrloaely, a
aarefal ttady of thl rolom will Innrlably be followed
by a warm aipreoietloo of lm gnat airlte, and a Mlre
to add It to the well eeleeted library, be U larp or amall,
It hi library lnlteelf, and will reejata aa lmprmba
bl reoord of th learning of tuoompller. i
Jramtt (Xnctnatl Oammm mial o pr7 to. '
Ban are apwarda of a bandred thouand words good,
had and Indifferent .who malttfarw aanlngi and
derfratlona, together with tholr correct ipeUlng and pro
aanelaUon, ai Mt elearly before th y. . The work ii
anqDe.tloo.biy th greamt TtMeakraeof Bogllah Word
Irtdeotly Woaeavrs 'a 'Born. Qoaara DionofUBT 4l
not lAe hut, put tW ibtt eeorl lAs kind leeraf
eemd.and ovn by ao pom.bUlty nSfr by oompaiiaoa or
' .. vow Ma Jbltdo Slai tf MftySa. f. . t- 2 1
As to raomaoATioii, Woaonrrmi m tso BTajroaaa
followed by oar beet aothent in dadnttlona b learw
nothing to be derired. and In OaTBoaaArar It la ItUBoieni
to aay that Wemumita aa be aafrip follawad. r , '
. .IMtJHAItt ck B.RACO,v ;.;.o
Puollaliora, Boekaollere Btavtlomera,
M0 101 BCPBBI0E BX., OLBVILAMD, OHIO.
' THE MUTUAL IJENEFIT' f "
Of ,KCI3T?rCrr i irt
DlTldenH Jatnmarje 186 14 P Cont.
BttmoB JaaiaistJT'l 1861
lalaaoa, par stauawnt Jan. lt,1lSM...M$3,40TrSSl It
Boelvd for Proffitoau dor- ' ,
lag th year 18H) STB3,3 U
Xr for jatiwst datm , t; : ;', 75 JCAT
, the year 1W 114,014 )0
"Total nolp'e for 1890....fo77,08T 74
Paid Polloie larrea- ..".'IZ 'i
rd ,U1,. .
Paid aalama, Poit- .
M, Xaa,--a. .
ebange, at.;.....- U.rSO &4 " "
Paid OomaJiaioni. to m. n ZZ , '. i
MnrdawaU' 74 ,?::TSt Wt.
Paid Annaltiw..n. 417 M . - r. r ...
Paid Drrtdmda 4f' - " ' r''- J 4 -' '
. IH n lar lOoVSOO 75 M9,0l Ct 411,970. 14
at Bataaaa Jetraary Ut 1B1,,,.V.31M AO
.n:'HJiliiad.Aa8aTiW! e ii -.'
Oaab on han4Mn.r....( .t.8BM IB -Bond.dHortm.o.Baal
- Beta, worth doable th -
' amiont loaad..M.. i.. BJBTAdl SB 2 lea
PoU.. on rolteie
i oeat. Intereet. M7B.BII4 17
Baal , Beta. aofJM n
Uanoirtp....o..r..r- ,981 44
Prealaaaa, M om and Oaah, la
Ooare of arananlaaloa.... 41, Ml 71 :
111 1 - . .
IowJ Alita.,......Ut...UwA. BLSlSq iQ
TilTI Pollolaa ta foroa, umruig.. .. . . i 6,486,488
1,431 aaw PolloMa bavs,biaB leaned daring th year
after a earefnl oalonlatlon of too pnnl ra'ae of ihe
ootetandtng Pollotee! th Oompany, and- barlog the
ilimiiry mmiw ta reeerr,.uireior, w umotom
bare neo tared a Dmaaaa af 4ft per cent, on th Preml
me bald at thl teble ratie. Id all polietai for HI la foro,
turned ptiol tojaoaary 1, W0U. pay abl aaconUng le the
prwnni raw or tne uompany.
Balsa tor all klndtal Lit Ooattsgonote, Prtp.
aan.BiatMwot, and Snplwationa, will be faralebed
wmaooT bam, at Ih Offio or afraotw of th Ooaj-
r" orr- 'Sttkbovb, rnmoint,
til " l. 0. eBOVla,Tioi PraHdmi,
IrTJ, CKHtLBB, Beorerary. - - - r
lbnhwX te6l." - Oolajabaa, 0..n
DtttN : i 0rrioCBE'' Bi.aCR
A DB1S8 IIIKB, af arrf grade, th moat Meet
anilmoBt to tba etty, aod at moatrwarmwni rate,
lid A a. imW
P-l ...A 'J WWothlUiu,
A compound remedy, tUaignea to be the most
effectual AUirativt that can ftiadeA -It t
a cofieentrated extract of. PrvJ;araaparil r,
l3t combined with other aubttaucea of mill
gieater alteratWe power aa tffaflbrd arf iffttK
tire Antidot for the disease 6ur;opatilli Jt
reputed to cord wit b believed, that aucb. a
remedy la vranted by those v.ho suffer from
Strumous oomplainta, nd that vrie-wbioovwiU
accomclish their sure muatDroTO iinmeaao
arTiM thi teg claaaof au amiated ibllaxr.
citizia. How completely Ihia conjpound will
it has beam-proven xy -upenment on toany
of the worst cases to be found of the following
comlinUj-j jj ft if ()
8onoroti and Sokofmovs CompaHts,
ERvrnoM and BBcrrrva Dibiasbj, Utgims
FinrxM,' BlotcrbiY Teaoiw, Atf RiiiiJit,
Boavo lliAD, SiPHttis and STTnin-rtp' Atj
yECUONs, Meeouaial Disease, Duomt, Niju
jlaloia b Tig Dotaonaiiric, DsaiLlTf, Dvs
PBrsiA and Indioestioh, Ebysipelas, RoAii
om St. Anthont's Fibb, and Indeed the Whole
class ot oomplaintaArisiiig Jtvm Ltfiiuix or
thb Blood. , , . T .
This compound will abound B great pro.
moter1 of health, when taken in tht spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester via the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them' many rankling diwrd'irs
are nipped in Aha, bud, , Multitudes can, by
the aid of. this- remedy,; spare thermal res from
ii,..i......rr...i i ..l
UiD VI 1U 11 1 111 1 1 .n 1)1 11 1 1 1 1 M I 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 B 11 1 1 11 U1LU1UU1
W ltsfflf of corruption., if hot assisted to do
hia through tB9 natural ehanneU of the body
-by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find it impurities
t,..n..l..ni, -1-l :- t.il. .:.:
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
ui un.') ciiuiuo it, wncn job unu it is oo
itructea ana siuggisn in tne voms j cleansoit
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well but with this
pabulum of life disordered,-there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown. ,
' Sarsaparilla has, ; and deserves much.' the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that. is. claimed
for it, but more beeause many preparations.
pretending to be concentrated extraots of It,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
-y During late years the publie have been mis
led by largo bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract f Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of those have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sanapa
rilla, but often no curative propertiea whatev
er. , Hence, bitter and painful aisappointate&t
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this com pound Sarsaparilla, and intend
.to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is Intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judloiously token according to directions on
-- -- ritiPAHED bt1 ' : 1
DR. J. q, AYE II & CO.
i LOWELL, MASS.
Fries. 41 par Bout 1 Six Bottloa for $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
hi won for ftielf eueh a rmown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it lb entirely unnecenarv for us to recount the
evidenoe of its virtues, Wherever it him baea em
ployed. ' As it has long . been lit constant use
throughout tliii section, we need not do more than
assure th people its quality is kept up to too best
it over his been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to d,
' Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
I FOB TBS OTJQB OP J ' ' '
CMA'eertiwt) Jauttdietf - Vyspepiia, ' Indirtstion,
DyMtnUiy, biii BtoniaeUj JSryrtptlai; Utadaehe,
Film, Rhmmatinn, Eruptions and Skin Disease,
Licw Complaint, Dropty, Tttttr, iftunon and
Salt Rheum,- Worm, Qoul, Nturabiia, us a
Dinntr Pill, and for Purifying th Blood,- 1 .
v They are sugar-coated, ao that the most-icnid.
tire can take thent pleasantly, and thoyaro the
best aperient in the world for oil the purposes of a
family physic... ... ..,.. .
Price 28 cents por Eoxy Tivo boxes for $1.00. .
fea'tTrumoersofClerrTmen, Thviioioru, SttM
men, and aminent' personages, lure lent their
names to certify the unparalleled uiefulneei pf these
remedies., but our apace here wiU not ncrmit tlie
insertion of them. The Agents beloir named Fur
hiih pratia our Amebican Almanac in which they
are given ; with alio full diseripticr".! of the nbrrve
complaints, and the treatment that should he fol
lowed for their eure. ..
Do not be put fill br unorinciolod dealers with
other preparatiane they . make moro profit on.
Demand Atek's, and take no others. The irk
want the best aid there ia for them, and they should
nave 11. "i .-jji-3 tr-.-v -. i ,: - ,t .1H
All our remedlee-ar for eale by - ,v
tmrihtb at iiurtn. n.inhn.
And by DregfrfiUaod Dealers Terywhr.
e ti--.s- li-ijt;-. i..' rt
J I mil rei . w V'c 1 ' I: i
' J' v;Jj a! a .' v r-'t,,
; 'r ii Mil ni r
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NEWARK; MAC111NE WORKS,
ITlKnnfstctnrero f all kind of Poi
tablo audi Btatlonnrr SJteam En-,
rluea, Baw inilla, Urlat Dill la, "
. cVC. Ve t, jf-i'S
LUTtSt B0DLS1 Btatsni B. t. BtXSD TBsattHl
V. . B. DVT AIL Btatmllt COLVMBCE
MAQSUTS CO. Btatmitflt BBADI0BD'
t- "" -" CO. Btamll'ltt !
Our Portable Sogins and Saw 11111 "tw'-
was awaroM to am premitua oi sw as in Indiana
State Pair fo lfiOO evei Laoe A Bodley! on Soooantot
Prio,' Bghtoeee, Simplicity eoonomy of fuel
and' Superior charaoter of lumber sawetl.J1'
Onr Btatlonary Bnatn wai awarded at the eame Pall
wMSrat aramlnmaf BiOQ. v - , ... .
Our Portable Bngioe was awarded thl Int premioa .
wiw at in rair at atampbli, Tenn., over lllandy'e Do
aall'l, Oolamboe Machine 0o'.,nd Bradford A Oc'l.
by a committee of practical Railroad Bngineen. " "
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THE BATTLE NEAR LEESBURG.
THE BATTLE NEAR LEESBURG. GEN. STONE'S OFFICIAL REPORT.
j.The followInliia'eooy of Os'u.'8tos re
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HEADQUARTERS CORPS OF OBSERVATION
October 28, 1861.
i 1 GlNKtALT On the 20th Innt.nl KoU
from headquarters of Geo. MoCall's' movement
to Dralusville to reoaouoltf e'and draw om the
uteutiuris or tne euemy a ieibur a, 1 went to
Edwards's Kerry at 1 o'clock p. M with Geo
e urijrue, oerenta irupjiiaan. two
srooes or tae Van Alen Cavalry, at,d the Put
nam R tngers', while lour eompauwi of ihe Fit"
teenth' Masnachusous vuluuteerd Were sent to
Uarritun's Lined, undei Cul DcVeni. who then
bad oue compiuy on the IaUi.d, aod Col. Lee,
wua a dhuiiiod or me MaesnCbusetis Tweotl
atb, a section of the Rhode l.laud Battery and
Tamnmljy Regiment, was sent to Courad's Fer
ry. ' A section o Buffing's New York Bittery
and Rieketts's Bitiery were already on duty re
ipefltively at Elwards'S v4 Conrad'e FerrrleS.
General McCHV move'meiif had evidently
attracted the attention of the enemy, a reglateut
of iotantry bavrng- appeared from Abe direction
of Lteeburg, and taken shelter behind a bill
about one mile and a balf from oar poiitlou at
Gen. Gorman was ordered to deploy his forces
In view of tne enemy, and in eo dome no mors
meot of the euemy was exolted. Three flat.
bOuti were ordered, and at the saati- time shell
and spherical dee shot wire thrown loti the
place of tbe enemy's concealment. This was
done to produce an lmpresaion that a croeaiog
was to be msde. Tbe shelling at Edwards's
Ferry and lsuucbiog of the boats induced the
quick retirement of tbe enemy's force seen
tbere, and tbree boat loads of thirty five meo
eaob, from tbe First Minnesota, crossed and re
eroased the river, each trip ocoupyiog about tlx
or seven minutes.
While this w: s going on, tbe men evinced by
their obeeriog that tbey were all ready and de
tsrmi.ied to flgbt gallmitly when the opportuni
ty was preieuted At dunk Geo. Gorman's
Brigade and tae Seventh Michigan returned to
camp, leaving toe Tammany Regiment and tbe
oompsnles of tbe Fif tenia Masescaasetts and
artillery at Conrad's Ferry In poiition, awaiting
tbe return of icouts. Memwhlle General Stone
lemaiped at Elward'e Ferry. At ten o'olocg
P. M Lieut. Howe, Q lartermaeter of the Fif
teeoib Masiacbnttetts, reported that scouts nn-
d--r Capt. Pollbrick bad returned to tbe Island.
having been wltbio one mile of'Leesburg, and
there discovering In tbe edge of a wood an en
otmpment ot thirty tente No pickets were out
aoy alliance, ana ne epprosooed ta wltbln twea.
tj ore rods witount being even cballeoged.
' Orders were thon instantly teut to Col. Doy
ens to cross four oompaoiea to tbe Virginia
shore, and march sileotly under cover of night
iu me posiH n oi tne camp rei erred to, to at
taok and destroy it at daybreak, puraus tbe en
emy lodged tbere, as far as would be pradent,
and return immediately to (he island, hl return
to ba oovered by a company of the Massachu
setts 20.h, to be posted over tbe landing-place.
Col. Dcvene was ordered to make olose obser
vation of tbe poiition, strength, and movements
of tbe enemy, aod. In tbe event of there being
oo enemy there visible, to bold on in a teoore
position until he eould be strengthened suffi
ciently to mike a valuable recoaooisince.
- At thie time orden were sent to Col Baker
to st-nd tbe F'ist California Regiment to Con
rad'a Ferry, to arrive there at euuriie. and to
have tbe remainder of. bis brigade ready to
move early. .
Lieu euant-Colouel Wood, of the 15th Mass
achusetts, was also ordered to move with a bat
talion ta the river bank, Opposite Harrison's Isl
and, by daybreak Two mounted bowiisere.in
charge 01 Lieut, treocb, of Kickrtti's battery,
were oroerea to tae iow-pin oi toe oaqaI oppo
site tidrrtrtoo's Island.
. Colonel Deveos, lu pursu'anbe of his orders,
erotsed and proceeded to tbe point indiotted,
Col. Lee remaining on the bluff with one bun
dred meo to cover bt return. To distract at
tentioo from Col. Devens'e movement, and to
make a roonuoiaaaooe lu tbedireoiioo ef Leea
burg Irom Edwarde'a Ferry, 1 dlreoted Geo.
Gorman to tbrow aorosa tba river at that point
two oompanies of tbe 1st Minnesota oodereuver
of s fire irom R'cketts's tiaite-ry, and seat oat a
party of thirty-one of Vaa Aleo cavalry under
M.J ir Mix, aooompsnied by Capt Cbaa. Stew
art, Aasistant Adjutant Ginoral, Captain Mur
pay, and Lleute Pierce aod Gourand, wnh
roera to advance along the Leeeburg road nn -
ul toey sbould oom to tbe vieinuy of a battery
which was known 1 1 be on that road, and then
turn to the left and exitmioe tbe heights betietn
that aod Goose Crack, r,d aee it any of tbe
enemy were posted iu fie violnity, find out
their numbers as nearly as possible, tOelr dls
position examine tbe couutry wnh reference to
tbe passage of troops to (be Leeibarg and
Georgetown turcpike, and returo rapidly to
ojver behiud tbe ikirmlshers of tbe Minnesota
let. This reoohnousaace wa most gallantly
conducted, and the party proceeded along the
Leesburg road, nearly two mile- (rum the Ferry,
ana wnea near tne position or tne bidden bat
tery came suddenly upon a Mlseis-lppl resimerit.
about thirty-five yards distant, received its fire,
and retnrned it with their pls.oli .- The firs of
tbe enemy killed one borse, ba; Lieutenant
Gourand seized the dismounted Pan, and draw
ing him on bis horse behind bim carried him
unburt from the field. One private of the 4ta
Virginia cavalry was brought off by the party a
prisoner, who being welt mounted and armed,
his mount replaced the one lost by the fire of tbe
aoemy. . ' ' " ' ' l-
Meanwhile, on the righf,3.it. Devene, having
in purauance of his orders arrived at the posi
tiou designated to him as tbe site of the ene
my's camp, found that tbe toouts bad been de-
eeivedjby tbe nncertaia light, and mistaken
openluga in tbe treee for a ' row of .tents. ' Col.
Oevtns found, however, a wood in wbioh he
concealed his foice, and proceeded to examine
tbe space between that and Leesburg, sending
back to. report that thus far he could see no
enemy. Immediately on receipt ot this intelli
gence, brought me by Lieut Howe, who bad
accompanied boih tbe parties, I ordered a non
commissioned officer and ten eavalry to Join
Col. Devens for tbe purpose of scouring the
country neu blm while eogaged lo his rerun
ooissanse, and giving due notice of tbe approach
of aoy force, and that Lieut. Col. Ward, with
bis battalion of tbe fifteenth Mssiaebnsetts,
should move on to Bmoot's Mills, balf a mile
to tbe right or the crossing plaos of Col. De
vens, and see where, In a strong position, hs
eould watch and protect tbe flank of Col De
vens in bia return, and secure a second crossing
more favorable tnn the first, and connected by
a good rod with Lseeburg. Capt Candv, As
sistant Adjotint-General, and General Lander
acoompaoied the eavalry to serve with it. ' For
some ressoo never explained to me, neither of
these orders were carried out. Tbe cavalry
were transferred to the' Virginia shore, bat
were sent back without having left the shore to
go inland, and tbus Col. Dtvens was 'deprived
of tbe meaua of obtaining warning of any ap
proCB oi tne coeoiv. . ...
Tbe battalion under Cot. Ward wag 'detain
ed on the B uff in tbe rear ol Col. Devens, lu-
steaa or oetog aireotea to tbe right. ' Col. Bak
er bating arrived al Conrad's Ferry with tbe
lit Caliioroia Refrimr-nt at an early boor, pro
ceeded to Edwaids's Ferry, and reported to ma
iu person, etating tost nil regiment was al tbe
former place, aod ihe tbree other regiments of
bit brigade ready to march-' -1 directed him to
Hairieou's Island to aneume command, and In
a full eonvsrsatiofj explatued to bim the posi
tion aa It tbeo. aiobd.' I tald him that General
MoCall bad advanced bta troops to Dralnsvllle,
and that I w is extremelt desirous of asoertslo-
tug the exaot poaitlon and foioe of the enemy!
In onr front, and exploring as far as It waa sals
on the right toward Leesburg: and on tba lef)
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Ths additional artillery had already been snt,
and then the mueoger,who did not leave tbs
toward Leeiburc aod Glim fl f,. I n mnmA V . 1-
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and ibkt r-.wQuid"tt..ke every Effort V push
-!il0rrm f.tro?p" 0uttnt ' 'orwirA "to 'dfswvtr
the best line from thai ferry to th -ieetbo..g
and Gam Uprlng roodi Already meatlonedaira
tbe posiitoo ol. the breaeto.k aod bidden' bit-
lr,,.Thlr3h P'."'80 toe movement of troepe
J dlreotly from left lo right, -were also' pointed
Out t.Aim ., ... ., . .. I"' r'-.-w
The means of. ir'amportatlon acre, of tbk
sufllplenoy ol wbioh U (Biker) was to b lbs
judge, waa dutld,aod aathority glvefl bim t
TT , ' , u . KnBs or eeeiioa oaoh of
'W',"' ' Bsorteee b.tierle iogeikeV
r if00 BOwlikaae.all the trosps
of ( his brigade dud iht 'Tamfcav.erBeot.
oeame ins Alneteentb and poet sf ibeTwedtleib
ReglniiKits of MassacbJsette Volnhteerei' a I
leit it to bla dlsoretloni alter vlewlDg tbS tronod,
toretlra.from tbs Virgioia shore Aoder tbe ov
f r of bi guns aad tbe fire-of tbe large- Infant
ri .lor ce, or to pass por relnroreeeat-a. eaia
beiooBd IspraoUoaolSand djo-pbSttlba arf 'tbe
oihsr aide favoiabls: I lUted vh.t I wiibeJ be'
uvanoo utu nuiees tbowbeay were of lofeH'
or lorne, and nader no nlram.t.rA.ar , n.
od leesburg; or a stroog posltios betweea it
m- ereea, on toe liin BsrlDff, i. the
Mauaesaa road. .Col; Beka aa jik
relereuoeto raeiowMUugo rtfe,
and I bogged If he did do e so.ee It well sop"
porud by good Inlamryv Tw Gekerml Minted
out to blia tu ritiSn'oy'eooid btaffaa- tbi
ids, or the nvr, from whleh artiHery eoald aet
witn tffeot on lha oihur. at.H. iin.
tw of eroetiug aaors troops or retiring hA !
'r w mi oisoretioo, gave blm entire
oontrol of operations on the rlgbt. Ths gallant
and energetioiffloerleft meaboot9 A. M., or
hall-paai 9, and callooed nff ouiekl tn hi.
command. v . ,. ,
Reiuforeemeots were rapidly thrown to tbs
Virginia side by Gen. Gorman, at Edwards's
Ferry, aod bis skirmishers and eavalry eouts
advanced cautiously aod eteadily to tbs front
aod right, w bile t .e infantry lines were formed
ta euoh positions as to act rapidly and in eon
eert lu case of an advaoee of tbs enemy, and
shells were thrown by Llent. Woodruff 'e Par
rott guns into ths woods beyond our lines as
they gradually extended, care being taken lo
annoy the vioinity of tbe battery on tbs rlgbl.
Measeogere irom Harrison's I.land informed
me, soon after tbe arrival of Cul. Baker oppo
site tbe lilaod, that ba woe craning bis whole
force as rspldly as possible, aod that be had
eaused au additional flatboat to be rafted irom
(be canal into tbe river, and had provided a
line o cross tbe boats mors rapidly, " ' .
In tbe morning a sharp akirmleb took plaes
between two companies of tbe Twentieth Maa
aaebuieita and about one hundred Mississippi
riflemen, dutiog wolch a body of the enemy's
eavalry appeared. Col. Diveoi then fed b.o'x
In good order on Col Lee' position,. Presently
hs again advanced, his men bebaviug admirably,
flghuug, retiring and ad vanolog In perfeot order,
aud exhibiting every proof of high courage aod
good diaoiDtioe. Had the oavalrt aeomluw nartt
sent him lo the morning been al h bim, then n
could have bad timely warning of tbe approaob
of tbe superior force which afterward over
whelmed his regiment. Tblokieg that Col.
Baker mlgbt be able to aee more artillery, 1
dlspatobed to blm two additional pieces, so port
ed oy two oompaoiea of infantry, with direotiooi
lo Come Into position below tbe plsoe of crossing,
aod report to Col. Biker. Col. Baker suggeeteo
this bimie.f, later in ths day. Just beloie tbe
gune pa their way arrived.
After Col. Deveoe's second advance, Col.
Baker .went to th field ia person, and it ia a
matter of regret to me that ha laft no record
of what officer and men be obarged with lbs
care of the boat and insuring tbe regular part
age ef troop. If Dy Were ooarged- with this
duty, It wad nok portormed,' tor tbe telnforoc
meats, aa they arrived, found no one In -com-maud
.of tbe boats, and great delava ware thus
occasioned. Had one bffioer and a oompaDP i
mainea at eaob landing, guarding tbe boats,
thete full capacity would bare oeep. made atr
vtoeaole, aud eufikieuc men would have beeo
passsd on to secure suceessv. Tbe (or warding
of artillery before its aupportiiig .force of iu-
taotry aiso impeaea (be rapid aasembllog of an
impiMiog force on tbe Virginia sboie. - If tbe
infantry foioe bad first oroaeed. a difference tf
one st.ous.bd meu would have been made In t'ie
iufautry line At the time of ati.ok, proDably
enough to have gin oe the victory, .- '
Between 13 aud 1 P. M tbe euemy appeared
in lore in liont of Colonel Drveus. aod a.haro
skirmish ensued, and waa mait.tioed lor some
time by the Fifteenth Massachusetts.' Oueup
ported, and flod:ng he wuuid be oufl.nktd,
Colonel Daveu retired a Mori diattnoo, and
took up a poeitioo near the wood, halt a mile
in front or Colonel Lee. whera ha remained nn.
Ul two o'clock; wbeu he again ieU b.ok with tbe
approval oi uoiuuel Biker, aud look hi plaoe
wuoiue poit.ooa oi tue i wentirts Uaeaacbu
Setts and t'ir.t Cal-fornA. whmh harl .mead.
Ciilunel Baker now lor mod bis line, and wait
ed tbe attaok of the. enemy, which eame npon
bim with great vigor about tbiee P M., and was
well met by oar troops, who; though pltobed
agalost muoh superior numbers, tbree to one,
maintained tneir ground under a moat destruo
tve fire of the euemy. -
: U)l. ttoggewell reached the field amid the
he-iviesl fire, aod oame gallantly into notion,
With a yell wbioh wavered the enemy' line.
:, Lieut. Bramball, of Banting's battery, had
succeeded, after extraordinary 'txertiona and
labor, In bringing op, a pieoe of tbe Rhode
ielaod battery, aud Lieut. ' rench hie two
bowlisers, bus both officers, after well directed
firing, were soon borne away wounded, and tbe
niece were hauled to the rear eo that thei might
not tall into the enemy's bands. - '-'; ."
1 At i P. M. Cul Baker fell al the head of Ms
eolomu, pierced by a number. of bullets, while
eheer-og his men, and by Bis own example sus
tafnlug the obstinate reeietaooe tbey were mak
ing ; The command then devolved oo Col. Lee,
wuo prepared to eorameoM throwing out force
to tbe rear, but It was aoon found that Col.
Coggiweil was ths eemot In rank, and he, tak
ing the command, ordered preparaiiooe lobe
made- for marching to the left, end cutting a
way throagb to Edwards's Ferry. Bat Jun as
the first dispositions were being tffeited, a reb
el efiioer rode rapidly In front and beckoned tbe'
Tammany Regiment toward tbe enemy. ' It la
aot dear' whether or oot the Tammany meo
supposed this one of our officers, but the? re
sponded with a yell and obarged forward; car
rying witntnem In their advance the "reel 01 the
line, which eoon received a destructive- flie
from the enemy at- elosa dieUuc. 'The men
were quickly recalled, but their new poeitlon
frustrated the movement -designed, and Col.
Coggiweil gave tbeneoeesery order to retire
Tbe enemy pursued to tbe edge of the bluff.
over the landing place, and poured in a heavy
firs as onr men were endeavoring to oross to the
Island. The retreat was rapid, but according
to orders. Tbe men formed near the river.
maintaining for bearly half an hour ths hope
less coatmi ratuer man surrender.
" The smaller boats bad disappeared, no on
knew 'where. The largest boat, rapidly and
too heavily loaded, swamped at fifteen feel from
ths shore, and nothlog was left to oar soldiers
but to swim, sariwoder, Or die. --
. With a devotion worthy of ths cause they
were serving, olfljers and meo, while quarter
was being offered to euch as would lay down
their arms, stripped themselves of their swords
and muakets and burled tbeffl out Into the river
to preveot their falling Into tbe hands of ths
foe, end saved themselves as tbey eoald by
swimming,- floating on logs,, and concealing
tnemaeivee in toe pueoes oi. tne lore it, and to
make Ihetr way up aod down tba river ha,k
tea plaoe of eroesloa?. "To lostanoee of per
sonal gallantry of the highest order were so
many inai it wonia oe otju.t to decaff partlrw
lar caee. - Offloerk display td for their man,
snd men for tttelr offloere, that beautiful devo
tion which Is only to bo found among trn sol
diers.'' V'J -' ' frv-t" j .'.
AVhlle these scenes ere ftloa enaotarl nn
ths right, I waa preparing on tbe left for a rapid
push forward to the road by which Use enemy
wsuiu reweai u uriven, ana entirely on suspici
ons of tbl nerllous eondltlon of
I A a I - . .
aWmtealdl aaS m A A
Until after "thru - -
hold Wau ' ,?0nt' Md 60ul -oobtlawsi J
noia Us tMaltioa ln.ii, . IT. r
a-. - Varermla OB BW BRSa e
aaotbef meiMu hr";""."u". u:!k
'.. BklllAa atafaWAAaA . -J- a
I watohad W.T" "f ".'". ""v
a t . j ", BSWUr BBSVaTaT.. aaAllA, . .
Jhr righMU order to puah forward OeoeraS'-1 '
r"l"Ti V , ' xplatoed t -v.ji .
Colonel Baker, Imoraotiaahi. a ,k.? n IT
OeranV brigade directly tirrlgbTbr ' V 1
tw.oo oi too oatterr tn the oari k.
p J ":"'be rcwanoltro. s
ri 2 M U"ot tberebot, I teUgrapbed. to
Geo Banks for a brlwarU nf hU di.... '
Wr fc.tooccuDV the ground on thl. .Ma rJ ,kuv '
Pl7ffll,w,t","-'sIaod, wbioh would be '
uanqooea.io sas ot av rapid, advaoee, aod f.M
shortly after, as th lira slackened. messenger .
wae-walted for od whose tldiogg'ahouid be iv- '
en order either for tkosdvanos of Geo. Gor- ' 0
man to cut off lb retreat of the eremy, of fot'.i
Ia rt??ltiW s).IahH la tbe pvoiao tben.yi
At p r JSH Cspf. Candy aarlvei fom .the-;
.wd aooooooed Ihe, melaooboJy tldliigaof , ... - i
aL t' ''. l)lAty apprised l .
Lr- . T. y , u, ' deatb, aod 1 ode
rjwckly tabs tight to Meuma command. - Be- ! ,
lot arriving oooo.lt e th ml tkfid- ananva SBrhwA llallf - ..
crossed tb rlrer plainly gave evlrtojo of ha
VSVf ! . t 'MblnK the earn I wm sail-. ,t
a l?'. 001141101 - be UoqV., .
'"' eprw inane i0 m. Btt n. fn gg.
ryl fore wee 10 uOO men. Thl. iTJZlZ?
ae It proved to be, an exaggeration. Order
wers then given to bold tbe island, aud estab
lish a patrol on tb tow-path from opposite th
island to tb llos of ptckeienear the Mooocacy.
and I returned lo th lets to secure tb troop
there from disaster, aod mak n aeration in.
moving them aa rapidly aa possible,
v ?I4!r rriTed ' General McClellan to
bold lb Island aod Virginia shore at Edwards'
rerry at all r.ki, iDdloatiog at th same tlmw
ut reiulorceaeota would bo sent, and immedi
ately additional means ol entrenching were for. .
aw mt m4 Ajf m mA n W a .
w.iuwu, auu uw, ujrman waa furnUhed with
partiealar direetlone to bold out agaloat any
aod every fore of tb enemy. -
Daring that time, Gen. Hamiltoa with bia
brigade waa on tbe mircn from Darnestuwo
Belors I left to go to the rlgbt, I turned orders!
to Intercept bim, and Instructed bim to repair
to Conrad's. Ferry , where orders awaited him,
to so diepoee of hi force as to give protaoilos,
to Harrison's Islsnd, sud proteot tbe line of thrt
river.- At 3 A. M. M.J. Gen. Banks anived;
aod took eommand.
. ) Ateport ot alvisi.n for the following day;
will ba made out speedilv. I cionot ouscludo
without bearing testimony to tbe couiee.
good. dUolplloe aod conduct of all tbe troop ;
of Sble divieion during tbe day. Tbos in ac
tion behaved like veteraoa, and those. nu
brought Into action showed that alacrity aud
steadiness In tbslr movements whiob proved
'their anxiety to engage tbe foe in their coan.
try cauee. W mourn tb loaa of the brava '
departed, dead oo field or booor, If not of euc
oess, aod we mis tb companionship of thorn .
at our oomrade who have fallen into tbe b.ndi
or oar enemies.. Bui all feel that tbey hava
earned toe tula ot soldier, aod all await witlt
Increaaed confidence another measurement of
Beige Gen Commending.
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