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rriiLURio t . COWLES & CO., It. 149 iMricM B-lldlaa, HuarlorW. B. COWl.K,lEII,. d. riuii TIKMUAV MORMMU JI U 3. ISfll. LA! AMI" UHNAMKNTAL FKINT1N0. ST riaia aad wmmwul an mm. of even de- mma .InMAl thft Prlntinr klU Ullbmenl ol Itif F 1 et'OC Jon. at tli. PriotlQl aaUhmnmenlol l.i .!, the leteet improved end aoet reaid I el HHUbk nM HftKtilw attention I1 to aiaak work. Avery dwcfinwi ol Minding dt-ae, eaenrially Blurb rtor-ke, Le-ipera. Journal., Bate, ante, towm ImU, c, Ao. - We trust our city friends will hare pa with in If thaw should tret their papers late in the morning. Our telegraph is fre- qoeatly not received nntil as late as 3:30 In the morning, and our orders for the Leads la the country are so Immense that we arc closely pressed until the last moment tfore the departure or tne o o cioca tram. A Partial Panic. rrom fcett contained In a letter received last evenine, from our special Washington eorrespondtBV IVfcfch we. cannot publish in full this morning, we infer that the panic waa confined to the . central portion of the amy. That letter says that "the center of the advance embraces 1,000 men, while the left with 18.000 is twelve miles east or north- aaaL the ilsht with 18.000 men being on the move to the northwest, to cut off communl-1 ration with the Gap." The Effect at the Battle. That the battle of Bull's Run has resulted disastrously to our troops there is and can be no question. The effect of a defeat at any time is bad, but now particularly so. It will encourage the rebel army, and upon the strength of it, the Sorthern tones who sympathise with rebellion will grow bolder and render themselves still more obnoxious to all loyal c titeos by their sneers and " told yon so." It will also dishearten the Cnioa men of the South and increase their persecutions. And upon the other side of the ocean, it this affair is not retrieved before the departure ol the next ocean steamer, the moral effect will be against the government, with those with half way principle! or rather no principles at all who are halt ing between honor and cupidity. It will also have a demoralising effect upon our own army, ao far as the prestige of success defeat in the first great battle goes. This the dark side of the picture which we aot seek to conceal. On the other hand, it will, first of all least auch is our trust and belief shut the mouths of those carping, grumbling, ill advising editors of the Kew Tork Press, who have never ceased to cry " Forward to Rich mond," and to denounce Scott and Lincoln became they did, not push forward the half clothed, half equipped, half drilled regiments of recruits upon the batteries of the enemy as fast as they arrived in Washington. their vain glorious self-conceit, ik y, who denooaeed the war authorities for commis sioning civilians, pretended to know more about the road to Richmond then Gen. Scott himself; and declared that the army could march through to that city with no more ob struction than an occaiional pistol shot by roadside. Now let them look at Bull's Run and tovever after hold their peace. It has aroused such'a pitch of excitement and en thus Lam in the North that one hundred thousand more men can be added to our army as fast as they can be equipped and disposed ot The North will never suffer this defeat go anavenged. , It has shown upon whom to depend in hour of danger and who are the best troopi. And in the record of the fight let all doe honor be paid to the noble N. Y. 69th, com posed of trne hearted Irishmen who rushed into the battle for their adopted country with all their national tU: But we do net need discriminate None 9 our troops are cowards, and they will so prove in good time. It has shown what officers are to be de pended upon. Gen. Patterson baa a fearful load of responsibility to bear in this matter, had hejobeyed orders all might have been well we do not say it tcould, bat it might have been. It is reasonably certain that be has contributed to the result by bis conduct. It has given us what we needed as much men and cannon a knowledge of strength of tbe enemy. Let us not be cast down by this defeat. The full report may greatly modify its ent aspect. In any case the regiments have commenced the return march to Fairfax and in three days the army larger and stronger than before will be again before llanassas. The Ohio Trooper. The people of Ohio naturally feel an anxi ety that their representatives upon the battle flald in Eastern Virginia should acquit them aslvet with honor. Nowhere U this feelicg more intensely developed than inouroan city, and no where perhaps, will the bearing ot our soldiers be more severely criticistd than here. But beloro the precipitate retreat, to which the disaster at Xanassa seems tie a great measure attributed, is too harth'y aondeaaed, the public should fully under stand the causes which led to It. We shall nothing extenuate, nor aught set down malice. The truth in itself 11 uiihappy smough. Suffice it to say, that braver men .thaa ours never faced an enemy. , , Tha truth is, tbe two Ohio Regiments lacked that earnest confidence in their im- -mediate commanding officer which is abso lutely essential to military success. Briga dier General Scbenck is unquestionably man of great personal conrnge, a trne patri and a thorough gentlemen: While lespect these qualities in him, it is not to forgotten that he has had no military educa tion, and no experience of the stern realities of war. Unhappily the soldiers under command knew these things; the unfortu nate affair at Vienna increased their distrust of him aa a leader, and the distressing cir cumstances at Manassas are confirmation the impolicy of forcing men into battle with an utterly unpopular officer, and one wbo tails in commanding their entire and implii It confidence. We hippea to know, that since the Vienna affair the two Ohio Regiments at Washing ton have privately, but with strong" feeling, expressed their, indisposition to trust them selves to tbe charge of Gen. Scbenck. Hare recently, this feeling found expression in formal and public protest. ! It seems, however, that they were prevail ed upon to follow him. The result is before the country. Fearful of some impending calamity, and unable to convince themselves . ml Gen. Scheock's ability to prevent them from being cut to pieces, and terror-etrirken at the prospect, the belief is that tbey fled. We expressly disclaim any intention doing- injustice to Gen. Scbenck. ' Let fejpe that upon another field, the lost pres- tig of oar breve men may be recovered, and the glory of Ohio retrieved. Tber 1 no occasion for tha peal appro J tension which pi-vails among the people. While the fetreat from Manasaas un doubtedly a ditotttr, It cannot be regarded as by My moans a great defaat." The army at Wuhiogtoa must at thit time number liity thousand effective fighting; men. With in twenty-four boure' cull of the Command ing General, there cannot bo lew than twenty-fire or thirty thousand more. The do- r ik. .sir ar amulo. Army stores iQi'vv. wt " 1 1 abundant, and the meam of tmneporte- tlon equal to any requlrerasnt. Tbnt sixty hourt will ee the army afrain In a thorough lyoriranited condition, and once more ready to set ill face eoulbirard, we fully and freely believe. Warned by the sad experiences of the past two days, we may reasonably hope that its progress will be marked by more caution, and that the ultimate result will be the triumph ol our glorious old banner, the Flag of our Union. " The News in the City. 1 I I I 1 or is do at up In the to the to as tbe This city was excited to an alarming de- Kree yesterday by the important' news fir.M the seat of war. The knowledge that (be two opposing armies were within fighting distance on Saturday night, and the general Impression that there would be a battle on Sunday, created the greatest possible eager seas to procure the morning papers ol yester- day. Oar full special dispatches,, i addition to the dispatches to the Associated Press, gave a dear idea ol the fierce battle that had been rain nir the day before at Bull's Run, and thence to Manassas. It was seen that tha Issue of fire and sword had com-i nunced in all ha fnry and power, and U wa believed that tbe battle would not be given o'er nntil the enemy were routed from their stronghold at Manassas. 1 ' 1 ' Each hour of waiting was therefore an age of aniiccs tuspense. . Cleveland s first oner ing to the wax was known to be in tbe ad vance jarmy, and vague rumors spread through the streets that tha Gtsyi bad been in the van of the attack and had been cut to pieces, 'and tbe fathers, mothers, and families of the! brave boys composing that company were in a suspense which could hardly brook delay in knowing the lull truth. The morn' ing's dispatches confirmed those of the night before, and while they proclaimed our army victorious, they reported desperate fighting and terrible loss of life. But better so, if by one fierce, determined, well fought battle, we could drive back the boastful rebels and es tablish the supremacy of the government and thus with the sorrow tor the slain, there w.s rejoicing hearty rejoicing that at last the rebels were to be thoroughly crushed under the overwhelming force of loyal arms which know no fear in tbe defence of tbe Stars and Stripes. , In spite of all the horrors of war, and of the fact that near and dear friends were upon the field of danger, tbe city s well as the whole loyal conntry-f- was filled with exultation at tbe glorious success which our army was achieving, when like a thunderbolt from out a clear sky, came the astounding news that our army was in full retreat toward Washington, their ranks broken, their strength departed, their cour age gone, their artillery in the hands of the enemy, and the whole federal army a com pletely panic-stricken rout. The news paseed from mouth to mouth with wondering com ments. The newspaper offices were thronged in the hope- that some later dispatch might prove the report to be false, but no such re port came. The revulsion of feeling was such as almost to preclude speech the com inanity was almost struck aumo wun as ion bhinent and chagrin. A regular retreat would have been a bard thing to bear, but panic was terrible. Never was our city more thoroughly startled to its very core than during yesterday and last night There may have been a few in this city of Ohio who se cretly rejoiced at the reported repulse of the Union troops, but if so they prudently kept their own counsel. It would have gone hird with any man who openly gloried the reports, for upon every face there was a stern determination that this repulse must bs avenged, and that speedily. Letter froH Gs. Scott. Some week ince a number of prominent gentlemen Philadelphia, sent to Gen. Scott a commu nication eipressive of their appreciation bis distinguished public services,- Ac' It wks made public in the newspapers at tbe time. Mayor Eenry received the following reply from Gen. Scott . ' x "WASHINGTON, July 17, 1861. to in a we be hit of a . of BS "Gentlemen: Of the testimonials which I have at different times been honor ed by portions of my country men not one has been more precious to me tnan 1 had the happiness to receive from you, my es teemed friends at i'biladolpbia. " It cannot be long before my public acts will be reviewed by posterity, , when judgment, I humbly bepe, may be somewhat colored by the partiality that now cheers my declining year. 1 have tbe nonor to remain, gentlemen, i "Your grateful servant, "Wikfiild Scott. "Messrs. Alex. Henry, Horace- Bmney, Rich ard Vanx, Win. Meredith, snd 200 otheis." Thi Pbopu Aaousso. The Union people of Maryland are ruinz In their strength, with a firm resolve to rebuke and disarm tbe en emies of the country, by removing them from influential positions which they baveditboa ored. The following is a copy of a printed memorial now in circulation . throughout AHeghany connryt r , , . To Mctrrt. MeKaig, (Jordan and Btnurrd, Member of the lefitiatrrt of Maryland: : "Misrepresenting aa you do a large major ity of the people of this county, we earnestly call upon you to resign. Grave issues have arisen since your -election, eighteen months ago, and the position you have taken in con nection with them warrants us in saying tea', jou cava sot the oocfidenceof a east majority of tbe people you profess to repre sent .,.. . "Should you refuse this call and persist is the course you are pursuing, with yon rests a heavy responsibility. . I - - -'I - APrr Lamb Ask snrSTBi Sscussioinrrs. Tbe Richmond papers tell ef a fire Zou ave who was caught and taltvn to Fairfax. When carrie i before Beauregard, he mani fested his contempt for that chieftaia by put ting his thumb to his nose and gyrating with his firgert. Being ordered uuder confine ment, he turned about suddenly, kicked Colonel who stood near in the stomach to hard that be sat down, knocked the corponJ who had charge of hlta head over heels, aad invited Beauregard to "come on and get lammed," declaring that "Jf he didn't have muss he'd spile.' Finding none of the lookers-on started to meet him, he took te his heels down a lane. ' Several shots were fired at him without effect At each succes sive discharge he would turn to make grim aces at his pursuers, or jump high ia the air and yell as if struck. Suddenly a Lieuten ant, with a drawn sword, sprang before him from aa adjacent building. "S-a a y, what are yon about, a pinting that thing at m? exclaimed Zouave. "Don't yer know yer might cut my bran-new weskit?"- Being marched off to jail and put in a solitary cell, he signalized his first evening's lodgment there by setting it on fire. Tha rebels seem to admire the cool audacity of the chap, and Beaaregard laughed heartily at hit pranks. The Battle at Bull' Run. in of of It U of count Impossible, at this early date, to rlre ail the detail and particulars of the fight of Sunday at Manassas but fro n whaieimeoe we hare at command, we make tl e following abstra -I: Alter the fight of Thursday, whun our troops were repulsed, they rested at Centre rille until Sunday morning. At 2 o'clock that morning the regiments were put in motion toward Bull's Bun. At 6 o'clock the Ural gun was fired by a 30 pound rifled can nun, sent ahead to battle the masked batte- rieitoat might be encountered on tha road. atn w" n "P'J lrom el,imT ,na ",e advancq'movod on. ' Three miles beyond Oentrevilie, the great er part of the army moved to the right, to avoid a bridge some distance beyond, said to bave been uLdermlned. Our troopi advanced as follows: Colouol Richardson, who distinguished himself In tbe previous engagement, proceeded, on the left with four regiments of the 4th brigade, to hold the battery on the hill on the Warrea- ton road, In the vicinity of the place where the last ba'.tie was fought Schenclc's and Sherman's brigades of Gen- Tyler's di vision advanced by the Warrenton road, while Cola. Heintxeimao'e and Hun ter's division took tbe fork ot the Warren ton road, to move between Bull's Run and Mmiassas Junction. CoL Key's brigade remained at CentrevUle. Information was received by Gen. Tyler's command, of the existence of the enemy's battery eommaudjng the road,', Our troops were then formed in battle ar ray : Tbe 2d New York and 1st Ohio on the left, and the 2d Ohio and Id Wisconsin, and vn.u 111L ..J on.L : . . x . ' 1 . I91U, D7tD ITlDIWIini flQW X IK on the right CoL Mile's division followed in the rear. The following very interesting particulars we take from the regular dispatches to yes terday's Buffalo papers, having been depriv ed of thera ounelvea by the agent at that point: -.-i .' ... Tbe: battle consisted of a succession ol fires from masked batteries, which opened in every direction. When one was si.eneed its place was supplied by. two. and in the dar ing charge of cur infantry in anmaaking them, i he 2d Ohio and 2d New York militta were marcned by nank tnrougb the woods m aic w uiouD alNU. Y H VI UV main road, wbare tbey came on a baiter of the rear. Our men were immediately or- dered to lie down on either side of the road, tu-oruer u buuw iwo pieces or artillery to pass through and attack the work Wben this battery opened, it killed on the third round Lient Dempsey, of Co., G, New York 2d, and Wm. Mixwell, a drummer, and seriously weonaing several others.' -- Our troops were kept for fifteen or twen ty aulnutes under a galling fire, they not relug able to exc iange a shot with the ene my, although within a stone's throw of their batteries. - Tbey succeeded in retiring in regular order and with their battery. Tbe most gallant charge ot the day was made by tbe Aew xork e9tb;79th, and 13th, who rushed upon one of the bateries, firinz as tbey proceeded with perfect eclat, and at- lacking it with the bayonet point The yell of triumph seemed to carry all before it ; The Zouaves also d stinguisbod themselves by the spirited assaults on the batteries at tbe point of the baj onet, but tbeir loss is im mense "Up t j the hour of 3 P.M., it was gen erally understood that we had hemmed in entirely, and that thev were gradually retir ing that CoL Banter had driven them back In tbe rear, that CoL Heiotselman's com mand was a suocefi, and that it required but tbe reserve of fcten. Tyler s division to push 00 to Manassas Junction. A Mitsiss ppl soldier was taken prisoner by.Hosbrook, of the Wisconsin 2d. He turned out to be brigade Quartermaster Pry- or, cousin to itoger A. Pryor. He was cap tured with ahorse as be by accident rode Into our lines. He discovered himself by remark ing to Hosbrook, we are getting badly cut to pieces." What regiment do you belong to, said ttosbrookr ,. The 19th Mississippi was the answer. Then you are my prisoner, said Hosbrook F rora the statement of this prisoner, it ap pears that onr artillery created great havoc among the rebels, of whom there are from 30,000 to 40,000 In tbe field, under command nt Han Pun 11 -orrn rA --Ml. tl.uv - . serve of 75,000 at Manassas Jun:tion. lie describes an officer mo3t prominent in the fight, distinguished from tho rest by his white none as Jen JUavis Tbe position of the enemy extended in three lines in tbe form of a triangle, the apex fronting the centre ot our columns. The area seems to have been filled with nasi ed batteries. I We are happy to know by our late dis- patches that CoL Wilcox, of Michigan, still lives. Also that the loss was at first over estimated. The Probabilities ot the Campaign in Western. Virginia. j j a a j "W. D. B." of the Cincinnati Commercial, wbo has been with the army in Western Virginia, makes these speculations regarding tbe remainder ot Gen. MtClellan's pro gramme: '"" The public will be anxious to know what is likely to be tbe next step in Gen. McClel lan s programme. It has been divulged. some, perhaps tbe majority, nave surmised that the column will push on rapidly via Staunton to form a junction with one of the division of the grand army, to take Richmond in the rear; I see nothing in the movements W indicate such operations. On the contrary .t ia estimated in tbe official quarters, that Staunton is not tbe join( a apjia at this juncture, and I am informed thai as soon as Gen. Cox effectually dispose of 0. Jennings Wise and father, tien. McClellan will return to Cincinnati. . Supposing ao further pro gress into the heart ot Virginia is contempla ted from this point, there remains absolutely no work in this part ot V irgmia to he dote, excepting to a post the troops that the rebels may be fenced in on the other side a: the moun tains. The Campaign is literally finis! ed- No rebels, not even a nucleus for a organ ij zation, remains mis side 01 me jreat Moun tains, and there is no organized body within many miles ot the other aide of the pasp, Gen. McClellan carried nis reconnoisance from Huttonsville to a point full fifteen miles tbe other side of the pact, and was satisfied that the enemy had continued to flee while no man pursued. While on the other side of the pass, by-? be by, Gen, McClellan received reliable inform that Col. Scott who had fled from Beverly with a detachment of Col. Pegram's command, upon the approach of McCook't vanguard was met by Gov. etcher, at the bead of a regiment of Eastern Virginians, approaching, to reinforce Garnett, but that upon bearing of the disasters which had be fallen tbe gallant Pegram and Garnett the doughty Governor turned tail with true Vir ginia instinct, and Bed irom the approacn of danger. Ee waa then within 30 or 40 miles of Huttonsville. ' No doubt he is running yet CoL Scott wantonly destroyed the bridges at Huttonsville, across valley river, but omitted to repeat the performance at Cheat river. Burniog the bridges was sheer vandalism, since a duck could wade the river at tb v season ot the year. , . Gen. McClellan returned to Beverly this morning, to establish head quarters. He will dispose of hli army for tbe present in a mode which will prevent the return ol the chivalry if they have any lingering taste for tha business and will give order neces sary to the organization and arming of West ern Virginia Union men. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON. July 22. No fears are felt by the Government rela tive to tbe safety of tbe Capital. Gen. McDowell ia now at Headquarters on Arlington Heights. The regiments com prising his division will resume their former position some already having done so. SPECIAL DISPATCHES. The Cause of the Panic among our Troops. HOW IT CAME ABOUT. [Special Dispatch to Cleveland Leader.] WASHINGTON, July 22. The following is Itipp ied to be the cause of the" disastrous retreat and panic among our lroop,y,iterday at atanasaa : T. aona had been driven toe aav j t- near the enemy's linos, owing to aome mis- direotion. They were ordered to fall baca to their proper position. In doing this, the driver and such spectators of the battle as were near them, thought the order had been glvn to retreat, and fled precipitately, in many cases cuttieg the horses loose and leaving the wagons In the road. A part of the soldiers took this for a re treat and fled. The panic spread until tne army was nearly all involved. The wagons wh ich had been left in the road, broke op tbe order of tbe ranks, and rendered, it Im possible to rally the men., '' It is reported that Lieut CoL Nugent and Capt Meagher of the New Vork York 69th are among the killed. ' ' 8. Hon A. G Riddle at the Battle. [Telegraphic Correspondence Cleveland Leader.] WASHINGTON, July 22. I was at tbe battle, and do not think It was so disafioous as reported. 1 A. G. RIDDLE. OUR TROOPS ARRIVING IN WASHINGTON, AND ARE BEING FED BY CITIZENS. Another dispatch just received aays that the troops from our army have been crossing the Long Bridge continually this afternoon, and that fiya thousand are already on Penn- I I ijlvania avenue in Washington. 1 !J a "u " " jng bad nothing to eat but cry bread since yesterday morning, and little or no water to drink. TELEGRAPHIC LATEST FRO&T THE MANASSAS " BATTLE I CAPTURE OF THE RHODE ISLAND BATTERY I ln 1 1 n 4- P-,-nlnA vf tha I VJ a. -Lie -Lib VUUUUOti " Fire Zouaves ! LIST OF THE REGIMENTS ENGAGED IN THE FIGHT! List of Killed and Wounded Officers, OUR LOSS PLACED AT 4,000 TO 6,000 MEN I L tThft Ohio BoVS TJroteSt against . -ia-ucIm RWpV Last Night's Report. FROM THE BATTLE FIELD. WASHINGTON, July 22. The Rhode Island battery was captured the bridge across cutis ts.ua, woere laeir retreat was cut on. Their horses were killed. I, nmnrtiwl that th Rlnf-lt Horse caval- r maA. aa ,lt4ck on th, rear of our re- trMtiK army, when the remnant of the Fire I ' ' . .... .... .. . . Zouaves, turned and fired, killing all bat six ef them. Tbe 71st New York lost about half then men. The following regiments were engaged the fk'ht Tbe First, Second and Third Connecticut Regiments, f irst Kegiment or Regulars, composed of the First, Second and Third Companies, 250 marines, the Eighth and Fourteenth New Vork militia, the First and Second Rhode Island, the Seventy-drst New York, Second New Hampshire, Fifth Massachusetts, First Minnesota, First Michigan, Eleventh and Thirty-eighth New York, Sec ond and Fifth Maine, and the Second Ver mont Regiments, besides the several batte ries. Tbe following is a partial list of the offi cers killed and wonnded: :--. Killed Captain McCook and the Lieut. Colonel of the Zouaves, Cayt Gordon, Com pany H, Eleventh Massachusetts, CoL Slo cum, of the Twenty-aeoond New Tork, Col. Wilcox, of the First Micbigon. Wounded CoL Tompkins, of New York .Second, Col. Farnham, of Fire Zouaves, CoL Hunter, United States Army, Col. Corcoran, of the Sixty-ninth New York, Col. Clark, the Eleventh Massachusetts, Capt lVketa the artillery. it is vaguely reported that Gen Patterson's division arrived in the vicinity ot Manassas this morning, and commenced an attack on the rebel forces. He was within 25 miles the battle ground yesterday, bnt the exhaust ed condition of his men prevented him from coming to McDowell s aid. It is aleo reported that 4000 of onr troops have been sent to Fairfax from tbe other side of the river. Lieut Col. Fowler, of the N. Y. 14th. wounded; Col. Lawrence, of the Massachu setts 5th, and Capt Ellis, ot the 71st N. V., badly wonnded; Farnham and Maj. Lozier, of the N. Y. Zouaves. It is probable that the number of killed and wounded is magnified by large numbers who are missing. Ihe lowest estimate of the killed and wonnded may be placed at 4000 to 5000. H is represented In many quartirs that the Ohio troops showed tbe greatest consterna tion; probably from the want of confidence in their commanding officers. - . . It Is known that on the day previous to tbe b.ttle a large number of the Ohio Regi men' a publicly protested against being led by Gen Scbenck, and it was really through Ihe importunities of CoL McCook in whom they placed all confidence and other offi cers, that they were prevented from making a mors formidable rebellion. it waa known to our troops yesterday that Johnson had formed a junction with Beau regard on the night of the first action at Bull's Run. Our men could distinctly hear the cars coming ia from Manassas Junction, and the cheers with which the confederates bailed their newly arriving comrades. They knew that the enemy was superior in num bers and in their own position. This was further confirmed by prisoners taken, but i.heea facta Were probably unknown at Washington. - Gen. Scbenck, as well aa the older field officers, acted admirably. Ha collected lis forces and covered the retreat, and up to the last moment was personally engaged in the endeavor to rally his men to make a jtand at CentrevUle. il was the arrival of frech 1 enforcements to the enemy in superior numbers, which corned the scale of battle. - - . .. Tbe enemy Leiore now might perhaps, nave more to boast of if they had followed jp their advantage last night - - LATER. WASHINGTON, July 22. 1 The number of killed and wounded is gfoiualif decreasing. bOO fdMtid Mt ' returned. It Is nndaratood that Col Wilcox, fepwU ed killed, la living, though badly wounded. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, July 22. SENATE. The bill to provide for the Iron clad steam ers and floating batteries was patted. Tbe Joint resolution providing for a Board of Examiner to examine tbe Stevens' float ing battery at Boboken, N. J, was passed. A bill, providing for - the confiscation of tbe properly of rebels found in arms against the Govern meal was taken up. . . , Mr. Trumbull offered an amendment pro viding that any person teld to service or la bor, employed, or in'any way aiding the re bellion against tbe Government, shall be for feited to his master. ." Mr. Brtckinridge asked for the ayes and nays. Agreed to. T'i - - Mr. Trumbull said he was glud the' ayes and nays were called, for be wanted to see wbo would vote to allow -traitorous master to employ slaves to shoot down he Union men. , Mr. Wilson snid be should vote Jor It gladly. Be thojgbt the time had come when the Government should put a stop to traitors employing bondmun in shooting down men fighting for their country, lie hoped there was a public sentiment which would blast any Senator who defends such things.' y.Mi. , Mr. BreckinndKO responded. Tbe amendment was agreed to yeas 32, nays 6. Messrs. Breckinridge, Johnson of Missouri, Jienntdy, Fearce, Folk and Powell young in ine negative. , Tbe bill then passed. The joint resolution approving the nets of the President was postponed till Wednesday. Alter aa executive Bession the bill to in crease the military establishment was re turned from the House with amendments. It waa taken up, aid the Senate refused to coacurin the amendments of the House. A message was. received from the Presi dent. ' ' ,, Kiecutive session. . Adjourned. HOUSE. I Mr. Crittenden introduced a resoluion aa fallows: ' . Resolved, That the present deplorable civil war was loreed up in the country by the dis unionist of the seven States now in revolt against constitutional government - ' Adopted. ! Yeas. 121; nays 2, - namely, Burnett and Reed. . The remainder ol the resolutions were adopted, 117 against 2. A resolution passed thanking the Massa chusetts 6th Regiment for tbe alacrity with which tbey responded to tha call of the Prejiient ; also to the 5th and 20th Pennsyl vania legimenta,' who passed through the Baltimore mob April 18th, on their way to defend the National Capital Mr. Wright offered a resolution declaring that the reverses at Bull's Run had in no way impairea our ultimate success, Ac Laid on the table. , - Mr. Horton, from tbe Committee on Ways and Means, reported a bill authorizing the Secretary of the Tieasury to pay to the Gov ernors of any State, or his duly authorized agent, the costs, charges and expenses piop erly incurred by said Stale for arming, equip ping, transporting, Ac, its troops, in aiding in suppressing . the present insurrection against the United States. Passed. . Mr. Elliott, from the Committee on Com merce, reported a bill providing for a code of marine agnalp, adapted to secret service at military stations, ic. - -Adjourned. FROM LOUISVILLE. LOUISVILLE. July 22. W. Tompkins, formerly clerk of the board -of Aldermen, aad recently a violent Seces sionist and repudiating offices of the South ern Confederacy, waa shot dead this after noon by Henry Green, a watchman. Tomp kins was hallooing for Jeff. Davis, and was requested to desist by Green, when he drew a knife on Green, but waa retreating w ben Green shot him. Tbe Coroner's verdict jut rendered, says that Green shot Tompkins without sufficient caube. Tompkins has been endeavoring to send contraband articles southwest by tbe Louisville k Nashville & R, during the past week, and has been the main cause of the recent midnight distur bances at the depot of that road. Outsiders not examined before the Coro ners, say that Tompkins fired a pistol at Green before Green sbot bun. FROM MISSOURI. ST. LOUIS, July 22. in - Over 2000 worth of medicines, belonging to Mr. h.elley, of the firm of Granbart A Kelley, of this city, deatined south, were seized at Cape uiraruean, on tbe steamer form Memphis, by CoL Marsh, of tbe 20lh Illinois Regiment, which are encamped at that point Ten wagons, laden with eighty-fire men, women and children, arrived last night from leim county, Mo. These people were driv en from their homes by tbe secessionists. Accounts Irom Calloway county represent It in an orderly and well behaved manner. The Federal troops in that county are having an excellent enect upon the secessionists. FROM MISSOURI. ST. CHARLES, Mo., July 21. - By train to-day we have a confimation of the report that CoL Ben sharpe, of Mont gomery county, and Lieut Jarger, of the Federal troops, ' were wounded by rebels, and subsequently hung Lieut Jarger, who had been wounded in the arm a day or two previous, by secessionists, near Wetlvule, waa being taken by CoL Sharpe to his (Strarpe s) home in Danville in a buggy, when tbey were fired upon by batteries concealed In the bushes by tbe road side, and Col. Sharpe Beverly wounded in the back. Their borse bad taken fright and ran to Alar tinsburir,, where they "were soon overtaken by a party ef mounted rebels, and in spite of their entreaties that . their lives might be spared, they were both taken out aad bung. Col. Sharpe was Captain of the Montgomery Home Guards, a prominent lawyer of Dan villa and formerly a State Senator. FROM JEFFERSON CITY. JEFFERSON CITY, July 22. 1 The Suite Convention was called to order at 11 o'clock A M., by Mr. McFerran, who moved that tbe Clerk call tbe roll. Carried. Forty-four members answered to tbeir name. No quorum being present It requiring 50 on motion the convention adjourned till 5 P. M when there will undoubtedly be a quorum.'- ' - ." ' - All the troops except a few sentinels are withdrawn from the capital. ' Co!. Boernstein's regiment left here for St Louis this morning per railroad. The force here ia about 250 men. All quiet and no fears of an attack, LATER. Evening Session. At half-past 4 o'clock a magnificent Union flag was presented by the citizens and borne guards of Jefferson City to the State Convention. The flag now floats over the front of the capitoL , Gen. Tbos. L. Price, of Cole, made the presentation - speech, and Judge Breckin ridge, of St Louis, ' responded. Both were thrilling and eloquent efforts, eliciting great cheering by the vast crowd present - The Convention met at 6 P. hi., and was called to order by Gen. Robt Wilson, Presi dent Sixty-one members answered to their names, and a quorum was announced. --: Mr. Broadhead gave notice that to-morrow be would move to amend the rules, viz : that no member shonld be alloweds to speak orer thirty minutes at a time. , . , . 1 ' On motion, the Convention adjourned un to to-morrow at 9 A. H, -. Tba Union feeling here ia enthusiastic aad overwhelming, t 1 ., , , . GENERAL PATTERSON AT HARPER'S FERRY. PHILADELPHIA, July 22. Gen. Patterson's presence at Manassas Junction is a mistake. Ha was yesterday at Harper's Ferry with a portion of his com mand awaiting the arrival of Gen. Banks. FOREIGN ARRIVAL. FARTHER POINT, July 22. ' The North American from Liverpool the 11th, via Londouderry, passed here at A. M. She has 30,000 in specie. Tha latest via Londonderry hat not come to hand. THE SOUTHERN VERSION. THE ORLEANS, July 22. A fiijLi occurred hear Manassas at four 'clock this morning. It became peneral about 12 o'clock, and continued nntil about , wben the Federalists retired, leaving ns In posaession of the field. Sherman's Mlebrsted battery- of Llzht Artillery was taken. It wai a terrible bat'le, with great slaught er on both sides. It Is impossible to give details to-night FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, July 22. Gen. McClellan has been summoned by the Government from Western Virginia to repair 10 Washington to tak command of the Potomac. Uen. Rosencrana takes hit place la command of the army of Western Virginia.- : . - t - , Tbe corps de nrmy at Washinston are to be instantly re-organistd and re-enforced. These orders have already been given. jDffers ot regiments alreac raised are being made and will be accepted with sneb rapidity as to ensure that tbis will be accomplished. -' FROM BOSTON. BOSTON, July 22. Orders bave been received hastening tbe departure of the l iib Regiment CoL Web ster, which will leave to-morrow night via falls Kiver. The 13tb Regiment (rifles,) CoLLeenard, and ilaj. Cobb's splendid battery of artillery, wjl probably leave within a week, CIIMMEKARRANQEMENTFOR U ulMio th H.i I. mx tb ClaTeUnd Fiat Offlc. UDBfOODK BAT 13. IKhl. Time of Oloaias Mail. Time of Le:tviDf Depot. Erie, Buffalo, New Tork, Boa Uja. uS Kuteru Way, daily Bsvafemontarr Letter Pack 7:30 A. M. J3 A. Ji felt A. M.'fcJS A. St age for Buffalo, Slaw Vork; aud B-tn, daily Brio. Buffalo. Altwiiy. Troy. Maw Vork, Bo. too and Port land, connecting wita a. 1 A Kn A aval, daily TJ0 P. M S-.00 P. M oalaiautary Letter Pack-j ax. I r tsQu, ffalo, Aaw a'rk boa too. GAily. . feO P. M IftOBP. If FUtabarah -an a wi Ph.Ut.l Da Bnitl- phi. WaahinjttOD, Hiorat Akron, t aaton, ftfaa- aillon. u. A f. K. K. M nt4n S-.UA.H.- benTllls, h- eius and B. A, ua., aaiiy Supplementary Letter Patk ut lor filUburuk, Phila delphia, Waahiutftoa aai Baltimore, dailr 7:4 A. St. his A t- M A. M Toledo. Chicago A Dellolt.d'ly Ifr.UO e, Horvalk, Kremont, Oberliii and Toledo, -r Toledo, Detroit, Duboaoa -ed VOI A. M TM A. M. a-is r. m 8:10 A. M. Ctoiouo. da. i, . l li P. M. Bnppl.mf-ntarT Letter Pack age lor To'edo, iietrolt, I ni cagoand Milwankt-e, daily Elyria. landoaky and Way.. S:t5 P. 3:11 P. 1:43 P. M 11 P. M. Toctifatown, Warren -and War, dui.-,. 10:00 P. SI 10:00 P. M 00 A. M. Columbua, Cincinnati and Way. daily Cototaboe, Cincinaati, .Saah- K1SA.1L - Tllie,. ljoniaTllle, Wat-elm. j- vrn-au., o v. ihwim Chillieotbe, Circle-rUl and narietia, daily H Buaafc-rrenurr Letter Patk 3:8 P. M fcJSP. M. aga for Columboa and Cin cinnati. 1 P. M a:ia A. H iS P. M. Medio and Way. daily.... awipvr,, uwTer, Bnemeia, North BlrigeTllle and Am- aerat. - L are. Taeadaya Thuradaya and Satur ay. Batb, BrevkaTllleanddnpiey Leavea Tiwdaya and eatur deya 11:30 A. M. 7:00 A. M Sharon Centre, Granger, . Hinckley and Aorta goyal too. Leares Toeadayfl and WarranaTiila, dail,. eataraaya .. 7:00 A. M 10:30 A. M TIM I OF ABEITAL OP sLAlt, IBAIHB AT uarui. Through Kan tern 4;J8 A. M. 4:30 P. M. Boston and w ay Irom Buffalo. 1:44 r. K. Tbroogb Pblladelubio and . . Wa.uinUn, .ia Pitubnrgh ' 7:18 P. M. Pittsbnrih and War from -' i - : 10:30 A. M. Bliiariiburita. Aaron aud war lo Ju A. Jl Tbrougb W eatern MS A. M. fc3 P. H. w ay trom rwin 1.25 r. m. Tbroogb oontbero 9:00 A. H. 3:31 P. M ay Irom CinciBnaliwM War f-oon bandiMky- Way from YoungsWwn.M S:S3 P. M. BM A. H. 7:30 r. 31. 4:00 P. ML. atadlnoana way.. Bock port. Dc-Ter and Aoiherat Way. Arrivea Tueada,!, Tbnradaya and Satan aya..w Batb, Breckaville and Copier Way. ArrlTee Moudayaand Fndaya . Sharon Centre, Uraairar and lierth Boyalton Way. Ar rive Stondayaaod Irldaja. . Warrenaville. Amtlw 11.-00 A. U. AMI P.M. M P.M. 10-. is a. ia 1 une ot di.tnbutioD of maila ready for delivery canal ly one bour later than tbe time ot arrival ol tram. K. Cu W LBS, P. M Q.EEAT CUBE! BB. HtLANP'S ANTI EUEUMATIC BAND, Ii th only ttDown Rpmedr for BHRCALATUbM, UOUT AM1 hJbURALQIA, : Ad4 a sure Care tor ALu MKKCUU1AL DllKASES. ' - It taaf ciTnaieBtif arrauawl Baoil, ooDtaiolof a BKKlicatak. ompoaDa, to be worn around tb M ttut, without Injury to the mo-t (Mioate prraons, ao ehanaat BbiUi Tiiif ia rttrjairtxl. aitd it titir 1 remo thediifiar from tbeiyitm, withuut pro dDC.iiK the Injurioai etTccie arinna trom the oae o aowwlni IniernaJ rafxiicinea wbica webkea aad d. troy tbe ooumitution. and ie temporary re lie I only By tbn tr-tuieat, tbj mediciual prupertiee oontaJned la the Band, ooue lu -ooativl witb tbe btoMlaudreabea tbediseats tbrooxu the puree of tbe skin, enxtinn id kthbt inelance a perfect can, and restore the oarta attiKted to a healihy oinditiuu. Xbu Sand is alrtoameat powerful Anti -Mrruna) aoeDt. and will enilreir relieve tba itsiwim froai Um FKamciors eOacU of arcurir. Moderate casee an cured in a few daiTt. aud we aro oot.tantiy rwnim; taatimoaials of ita efficacy la aggravated caaea at ion a aLandiDsT. Price. Si. to be had ot Orntgittm aTen-mlly. or can ba aent by mail orexp evawitb fttu direction for nie, to auy part oi tarn oooutry, direct from tit arrincipaj vjujco. Ho. 409 BROAPWAl, Hew York. Qt SMITH A CO., iHole Propriotora. N. B reecriptive Circa lar Sent lTree. rAMita Wanted Jt3ry where. aarUoid by Wha. Viz&h iruut, Clfeland, O, tb:dw fiuateroadlna; Cnbeba. Oomniba. OaarraVia. or any oompouu ibat baa erer baa beiore tbe public, it aai oeen oaeu dj OtSK UPNDRID PHTSlClANrk In their private practice with entire anoceat In all BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS. for diaaei I a private dieoajwr, a Oure fa irrqaeat b pertoraied In a week, aad entire con fid- nee m&y be piaud in tbt-m. i ni retniy it a newi tjidcov ared seeciflc mora active and more eaerdv In ita ef fect than Oubebe or Oopaiba aione. Tbe Fills are half tbe 1se of Capsulen, and never nan-arm t tlte itomacb or imaragnala tha breath. lia doaea Piiia In a Bex. KT Price ONa HOLLAR. ' The above will beaent by mail. o recatpt ol tha money bvWet. AmtvniiiwlMl. HANNA, GARRETSON & CO, WHOLKSALI GtiOt'IBS, roianona urn COMMISSI OSS HE&CKAKTS, . ana ieeaiersi in am iron, iokui vpjsvji ( osms a is a. Plaster, Ac.,Ao., Harvey's BlocA, Herwln street, and Blver. Cleveland. hio. rTar.-u7 B CLABE, 1861. a. w. aiaBxiB, 1. v. aocuraixta. " 1861. CLASS, GABDKI B A CO., PS OD JJCE f COMXlSflf MSRCB" TS, Aad Dealer, la QBAIH, rLOCB, ri-'H. Pi'BK, frW, HBO, BUTTKR, and PBODCL'K UKNKBA L LY. Alao-WaTEB LlMa l.VU LA Nil PLiSTIB, . Kos. 39, 41, 43 k 45 River Street, avd ox vac nora. ; out in n , i aVPrnpery recetvad by the different Bailroade or Canal, for Sale or r-hiprne nt W ill give aerwonal at tention to tho Bale and Pnrchaae of Prodoce and Her-haodiae and Conaisameow Liberal Caab ad van fee made on ConairneieDta ' eer Refer to Bank. Bonkers and Bnaineaa Man generally. aprtt A uunu. J. - amom " CALDWELL & SIMMONS. PKODVCt COMMISSION M HUCHASih, o. avwiQM rraBjrr, uuTiLiMi, PARTICULAR ATTENTION given to the aaie of flour, Grain, Pork, Batte .. Ac. and to flllina orders tar sock arUclt as ee. be aracored in onr market. Advanoaa made on coaaigoaaaaj to tola and Lemnet Wlcka, Kmq., Preaident, Cleeeland: Jaeoa Parker, Baa., Baflalo; O. A i. W. Kanamg. Ctnoia ntl: N. B .Lyman A Oo.. New York. aall JOHN UABLISLE, 00MMIS8IOH KBBCB ADT ABD FOB A ABOIB, o. 4 a AA Baioa Waaaaona, 1 '. Biver f r"1""li O. ow-D.-l-1e etarntloai aeJd to the aate of ali kinds of Produce, or to the pnrcihaaa and ailing ol ALL OBDIBS KNTBCSTXD TO BIB CASK; norll:Bll 1861 1S61. R: COMMISSION XERCEAST, Sd) lterwtn iimi CUFililSD!0 (Aataliliined Im 1841.) SGKiTT for the aaiaut (iew lork Slate Tfae,rjom, urunna. noiar ana iiry oait, Oawofo and Bafialo Cement, or Water Lraaa, LKALa.lt IN '' Grain, Floor, Provisions, Highwinea, Hops, Beads, Butter, cneeae, e. ; Partlmlar attantlua aivn to tha anrchaaa .todtwe and Mercaandiae en order. - . akarneiars w au uun-mnai viuawna. w ienll.nJS Sail Slsatts. r- KA1LS0AD. Inui To takaafteet on MimH... Jnn. ,TI, i -.1 a-i.. k-are Clem land daily,! Knndaya excepted , ) m follow a: StiSa. Sk atait-Ardiea at Hem Vork t:M a. ., riiiia-lpuia4:lOa, a., Pittabnrao 3-.ep. ., W beeUlis 4:1 . n.; new rbiladelabia, :Xw. .Cteroee ArrWa at Rev Tork t:0ul. .; rnnaoeipnia rr.ww. n. ritbumrsb U:3&t. .: WbeeilnaMu; t. m. Both Tralna eonn-t 1 ti ,,... 1 Ml!lraburi(b. Cara run ihre-aeh from Pitf.hni-h a m- v w (Tie Allentowo.l lihont cbantre 1 .r are aa low a. by any otber line.- ' ale-1 broaab Ttrveu I.. r,,.rA . ,v-r-- or at tbe Aucltd Street Station. r. b. my .: TTBWWWa;ff- QLEVELAND, COLUMBUS RAILROAD. ' ' (HAL. J . 8r ft AstSAJfOBVam. On and after Mwimr. Jun ltb. Pi 9.1$ t. N- Y. A CirtcfnuwM KiprnsK-MoM.nr Ot-ssJLoo, WfsiluuiUjn, hw Londae, (-ahitliDtfUJU, AtbU-f, 14V avrsa. U-it brum Mtfts A .t,UiciBQui 4 3 r. m. -.10 P. Ac.:onsnttMiiit.n tttoppiDg ai .a uuwt. una AUTiviitK ,t tiutur.us l.Jt r. M . ad Cii.ciitnU at 2:uo a m. 4:U r. . NUht KiprMar etuppiajr fltntfOD nor in rwajmoe, uiu m( UAlloa.Cvdliiii- ton, iuwfcre tvuu t mil other ttioa1 to A. - VIl rOaVafO Vim UrsMtltBA, M 74U eft H. CONN ROT IONS. hallb. RsVnHBfaakv. WavnarLjUel A 1ii.A. tkiinua OsmUijn, f itcatmrvli, fort WThA C'tileuo Ball. raawi, ir ur4 WPr StaJilieMkry, iMpLko, Liusei. Fort WyDe, Lstporcp, I tik-ao, Ac, veat, ftoti Ksntvi far MuMuvatl, Wmmw, k IlliUU, aV. (HUaa iuJ h LiWoctalnr Rftro'1 LIm, tit Muioa aiOJapOisa, IrlTO UaVUlA, TUtCeODH, Aifl vilitj, LuaifcTili, Cirv, 8t. LouU. Ac PeUwrtt with eavrvurried, kf t. V(ratQ Fltt OoiUBboa. Little Miami A Ckumbii. nd XtMrta Terra Matutas, M. Irouis, Hurruw, L. A ; . Mia Oiuciuu.tti, u4 wita tho Ohio A tir tivipf). bulros4t Cincinnati for Lou viht KfAL'tTilit, L'iro, 6u ifouia, m4 til Ootomboa, Central I'bto Bailroatf tor Newark. vi'le, W beiiBS, Ac, CcUinibu., Pitjuaand ' ' lrtlina ftallruad for Piijft, llrbana, Ae. -BieV- For Tickqia to ali ftouiie ana t-i a fly at tb P.aar-iiM-er Matlon. , B tl. KLlNT,8waertntefcraU ' Clerelaad. Jane lotb 11. QLEVELANPjUSRIB R. R. i Uel. ' 8CMMEB AliBAQ BEST. !W1. On and after Sl-cUy, May 6tn, Paaaenger Traine will run a. follows: . , 4 . LLAVai CLSTVKLAHD. S-.25 l. ML IXPIiKS-S HAIL TUA1N Stovptna at aUStatuae exsept Bu -IM, Wtrklirle, aiea tur. terry, (.'Bienville, Seybrouk. ."airview , anJ bwaurilie; and arrivea at Krle at 12:44 r. Dunkirk L-ui r. m., Bndalo Jt r. m. 4sr. at.oici.SAri axpaa-M raAiN su- alng at Paineevtlle, Aaritablila and Oirard ooiy, and arrivea at Brie 7:4 l, i, linn kilk at e:i4) p. au, Burtalo at 11125 r. H. 4:16 r. a. CUSKM'T AOOCMMODAtlOS-eJSoa-eiT.e: t all Ktsti-o. . - Mor.aL MKiUT BAPBKed TBA1.N Stopping at Paineaville. Aabtabciaand liirard ocly, and arnvea el krte at U.M A. BW UnsiurA at i tut) a. buiUlo I A . M. , LfATB EB1B. 1:18a. SL MIGHT eiritK-i THAlN-8t,piag at Giranl, Ah caixria asd PaiueaviUeaL.lv; aad arnvtwat l-levembd at 4:ea. ai. 10CS0 a. bl. MAIL TiiAl h .S:t.piun at all Statioci . except l(ytrovk. llniuovii'lts ferry. Me,,. Wrnd W icklide, en4 arrive at 4 ;ieyiand at l:U r. a. Uuor.a. HI KAr-KItttsTBAIN fitoMdngatOI rardtCunaeaQt, Aab.abuia and raineevillc OLly, and arrive, at Cleveland at 4-au r. n. AOOOKMollATIuii TBAlf. wiU taav. Inaaaut al6:uu a. . atopaina at ail atatloua, and arrivinx at Cleveland at !1: 10 a. bu ( AB tha traiae folnc weaiwaro connect at Cleveland artlb traiuM for TwieJo, Cbicae, Columboa, Clncio nati, St. Loaie, &c.: an-i all tbe mine gi.ing eaatward oonnect at Intnkrk wiib tbetr.LU.ol Luefi. Y. A B. Beilr,a.l, and at Buifalo with Uiuse oi tbe ftew Xorft Central and Buflalo A hew York Ctry liailroale. . . u. niiiiajiiAJ.a I. Cleveland. May,ani. CLEVELAND and A1AH0NLNU BtlUOtD. TikbTaili No. 19 To take eSert on a.,: alter Tborauay, alarcb Slat, l.-wl. Cleveland so lei TralttB leave hail. i .Le:.H , , , S:M A. al. i VJX - - Plank H. J:15 "'-" S:i ." Ai-re , . g:e M Mantua. :2 " c.,-...-m. a-a m Windiianu-. " Bracevie.. , u. rt Leri:uibui.b.l:61 " ' " ax-ai 4:- F. 4:18 4:44 i:M tr.it ' 6:.i 5:51 ' tM 6:17 37 i-.a 7:11 ;w "1, 6irard. ,.121T r. ! .l-le " Brier UUL. Amy. at YoonKitown -li.SO Yoangatown to Cleveland. Trains leave axj-ue. louacstow Brier Hi IL. Oirard. .- . 4:40 A. I 1:49 r. a . S:4A t:M J:"4 fcus " 3:li " 141 - :47 - :M - 1 11 " :46 " A14 " AA " . a .iea -. 7:IA 7:2S 7:31 7:43 7:1 V- arren Leavi tta b a rg a. hre lii Windbani Garretuville , e:W llantoa. . DM Aoron ):4 BoloB... , :11 . .rt Flank B,.d Hawbarvh... . :tt Arrive at i :i-v-i-...i m-,m OBAB.L. BHUDB8, Cleveland, MarcA SS, S1. . BaerlBeo.iebL jRE A T "iNA T 1U.N A LRU U"T JBt BALTJLBIOIUE A OHIO BAIL&UAD. ipaovicD 8;uedlle: By reeeir. . tiportftnt chaiiafathls Boad ti now abl. to furniab nnoHtial facilittrs jor ictMpeuttAnnicataOD AisJit. 8oih. West, Nortbwt and fk:thw(4t. FULL CONSKfTI.fNS witb ail ttirouk train to PbiiadelpljUaisd h-w ITorK. In tbe wltb tk Sonth, by ii V auati (xgttn Branch Koaci -bv Cleve land and Pl'tabargh, iVntraH'bro and Marietta and Cincinnti Iraina, with Um IMorthWsaat Wat aad 8untbAtt. tnroueb Tickets to Baltlmoca, Philadelphia, Ne Torlt or Uoaton give the privilege of lin over al any ot tbe ijjtrmfdiaie ciiife. To Dollars acMl tiuuaj sTire th privike of viaiting Washinstoa Citj en ruatve. Thi u the ONLT route that ran ftirntoh rhrotisb riclrnts or Baxjrafr Cheek to W an ht agio a C4ty . aWKare m Low a by any othtr liWuta. avTslet-ping tars on all Nixht Trin. Ask tor Ticket by Bali ita ore and hk Ba(lroa4. ' J. H. SULLIVA-N. General W'et4rn Airtnt. W. P. SMITH. I U M. 'JOLfi. M trtfTriuiapajrtsUa.l Oenaral Xvcltot AxLi. D L 0 W S, Jl. rysl " CULTIVATORS, kc H. A. aVAYBOLLS, WOOL TWINE, BROWN DO Roe. rjordace. e. H K Ft A V NOLIM. Jgj tiAKUWAR-i. - UOLWKL. Je CO., , 143 . . .' . . , Ontabjo Si. Invite tbe attratioa of boyare to iheir weel select ed etock of Kn-l-eh, German and American HARDWARE & CUTLERY. iWIULi BAPINkD A LAK- ecpaatOB BAB ABO BU&DLB lBOa, Baring Bleek, Oaat Steel, . .: halla, ' Qlaea, " Tool, kr, Ao Ae ofallklnrla fry Weehantra and rSrmera. je3 I ROJ 1 BOG: N AND N 7LS WARE- BODSB. Moa.tl.6S. ls.aaJS7 aUrer rtreat. aad a, SB, 7 and W ea tne Dock, Cleveland, vuio. w. r. uin. awaaieoa roma. - W. r. CARET CO., WHOLESALE ADBNCV FOB TB B 8ALB OP SBOENBEBQEH'B JUNIATA N A I L 8 t " . CfceMum snei Ckarctnl Bhtet Jron. JUNIATA BulLKK PLATE, PA1NQ PLOW AND BLISTKB STKKL, Rin tU) W.iiUii. BAB IBUN, 1 KulTJBi . - V ali IX'' OLA.-B. US1AD oT'lNSd. II O. BBB'afJalebrased Slre PnalbAPBS, Ao at MUB StaMarar. anraa. auiLILM ELOURi FLOURI! FlOURMI -m a bare on band and for aale, a larire I tork of h Uround t'.miiyand Baker a 'Lot A. oonaiiu In. In aart .f tbe fciowina well taown and reliable brand., wnern dealer, wiu nna u Hr tneir intereal to clt and examine rboMax, Aknta aiilla. Pearl, I Ik ton, " " knirv, Ohio, Cl r Milla, Mnneie. Ind. Peud'.etun, Indiana, (mr Milla, A n ad a. Bock creek. . Loe-.t 4rove, M t'atawlia, cbto. Hay rioeer, Oblo, Pranklln Mllli, Jhlo. .' tatb.n, Obio. , . Aumi. C;ty. t. flair Sflllt, aiuon lliig, tmio, Haiuilton, ihto, war ae. I'hlo. . Aibland, Ohio, Cataract. Iibio, EnUrprlae,i'blo, Aranklutavd Brlgktoa, whlu Bye. . CLARK, (JABi-NIB ACO., jeJT j, .i, a. and 4.- Kiver re. POTA1UK-N 1.000 Bosa. Fcbb White and Bine Kaaaannock Potatoealn atoro and for aale cbeay, by W. atLUi'JH, jonea n Berw-.p atteefc tJEKD POTATOES. A Choici variety of Bead Potaloee in atore end for eUe by n. l.niv KLl. A SIMMONS. Blar9 aj L'nion atreeL W POTATOES 30 BAR- IBLS CboiceNew Pntotoea jnt received and for aale by calDWBLi. a fin" vaj. V ' rANUATTAN HOTEL NOS. Ill . a -deMrTavatree4.Sddaorfteea Broad war ocaoaiu tbe Park, Kew lork. la us win. F!in rviri'tor.. M. B nevlna. lata ot Pearl Str iHwtca. JL' Ua,iat.al oraio7'v hx. arailora. eftlA , E L O D Jfi O Foua Eights Ohlt I .-r . wiDsisDAT, :THCB3DAf, '--'. , FB1D4I an! 9ATCBOAI ' "Jcxr 24r'25, 2S Sl 27, 'ZM , FABB A IbOMFoOJf'B V '' ". (Lola tb Oriinl aad eolrr CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS,; From erowarf , iatk. 16 Ft a a paFORMiBal-. 6tlectd frota thrlitcf Pr f -t'-Ti, will fir toftr ooi of ibir etiuti and ftwbloaati BOISl V ETfllOPE DESJltlPTION Of LIFE in thr SOUTH I lT(tmti'n !1S Cent "o half tl-nr. opeo at Periut m mce cumtu4T.ce ati-1 o'clix-a. aWG-ntVnnanlr F.b-p-i la atteo-lee oa4 eery aiteetluA givwa ui cueuro reriet cmfvrt to onr polrLa. . w..t, AK - Prooriet-j' aid K.nBr. i. T. AlkSttuKI M. BAatt LiwoncE, - .. Tr a-eier. '(nl. - i auction i?i!rs. OT1CK. NOTlCK 18 UK RE- PT rlrea that we-h, 1 f-Il at rnl:'r Aoe- tioo at tbe TVyaX ol lb - il., tl. A II. K. ., ml B-ia 9fr tloo, on TharaJav, Anffuat lt, le-, .t In o c'ock A. M. on ai4 da', tne folluwmg araerty, u wit : tliry oue and tbree-f nnti4 ttna t-f B'klA GUI NI trrN,aetheB-oaertyoiri. H.bicb-rd-eon, to eatf-fy a 'e b o. Ibe aui. iu avpr ol J. M. Blaarsa A Co., tor S14 4,(". If. M! D. STEARNS, MrvHore of J. M eteern" rw. i JBlylS lel . . juli I :i THE MICHIGAN SOUTHERN bailroad ).' eeien-lld PawaBaaer bteameVB, , .CITi' OF BUrfALO, 3UD tons burUien, . O. I'tcKK is-4, t'ommander. WESTEB5 M ETROPOblSt, -uuO tons bart'a L B. G-iLl'SMlTH, mmaoder, a til, oa and alter June stth. leave tne C. 0. A C Co a 1'ock r HuohIo, aiterDAtelv, every aveniag, al ovuvk. e-rep, atnid and nnndar. aus-rmt ClaM Sere, andincladeaSuUrouay and Beaktaat. -ton hee noata have no rq-ala for tneed. gaiety and Comfort tKnnectiona metle at bufTelo wi:b rams for Miagara JTalla, taratoga, Mew t ork. Boa ton. 4, tr. AE' MiHT BATES K1WC AS PRO"! LIB, tOTTim Quicker them, by AW.-feJ J. C. nABRl", " LIW18 B. atOBal", Maaaaer. Poffnto. Aa-nt. tVveland. junele:"-! WANTED Foa the 18th Rkoi- - 1 f Haa-raf Intaatry, Hailed Suti l-,y. able bodieil men, brtaieu tbe - ot M and 3 year.. l-ay 9 '. I te S36 per rootith a. -1 f..and. Result ng BeodeCTou. w.atendof Lic'uhon4e M. Bri 'ge. 1. P. . NULL, IstL't. A I. CSH, ' : jyg;l' Be rn"; Offl-rtw, ' TTANTED FoB 15t Rot- " I Tatar of Irftntry Cnited 8'a-ea Armr, ABLE Bill-IED MkN. u-tw. e. tbea.ee of leand Uyera. I'ay SI 1 laf 9 per month and 'oird. sariieCTii liii B-id, BVKUl 44 ata tbewa' Blork, aonth aide PA-e dq, are. , J. ". Tfr0, reatn, ' .K. BiATT-'N, let i L. WylJ4f Becrnltlut OtHc rs. ' STRAYED -F boh 116 Yobk fcT., aa ealtu-day. Jn"y Mb, ' A 8BALL SOBSBL H0B.-B. foar rear, old, thod all reand, wl'h wh te hind feet, aauiU ah-te ro t bet vera the nrwtrila. Abe, four very amali white ipou oo left .id t belly, at d oue wtilceap-,1 on tbe bck, midway. Wh.v r will re-tu-n aud eaioiai or In'orm ue wrteie be can he f nod, thai be liberally ierd-dU. Leav. word wita I'harle. arn r. a Pot Offl -e. jy IM AYOUNU MAN OKREUULAR bbil ts desimns ofobtafntn- bard tn a prl' va e ramily, vtjr tin-re are only a few -cardrriw Adttt. with ral nama and rt-fcidence, 'H.," ClvVv-ln d P. O. it COMETHINU NEW! AGENTS i 7 WASTE" IM WErlAIBLY IN ALL PABTS OV TUB Col NTKY -L.d e! orOertle-nea wiehr Ina to ei.ae t iMMnetniar new and eoited to tbe tlmea. .lease addreae, eneloamff areme for retara elrcolar, A. J. JJALH'Ll'B. jniyl:3C - . Bry-in, t bio. : M ORE TEAMSTKRS WANTED Fob thx U. S Asmt East. 8obr. icdnstrfons me'i, dlrfna; msm a TeHniter in take (J 8 Araay, wiU a; ply at tne ol flee of W I rrty A Co , So 61 to 67 Kiver a tree CJeve a"d, Ohio. Non but tboete arrttatomed to drive and take cara of bor4a. ar- wntpcl tpiicants wll )-e wore sore of arWp'fiiKia who com? praarMl with ren-mrrieDdatiooa ttom th-nx rjsp.-cia--le neiijbburs ant. iriec-t-i. PA T $20 per month and 1 Ration per day. A Kftft-rr larqrml to one dy's VTOviwkitta. lha Uaaiirer fl-da bin own clothe and bUnAet. ho uniform i rqntnd.- 'i he nrxt 4eUchmet wl'l stvt Vast an Tuesday, Jmy ult 11, and others will follow from tftna to tin. W. W. CABfcy, T OST. K totx, Dbawn and Elf- I J a'Mrnfjy 8. Mann, daed tlev-liid. !lank Uih Wl, t r $2C 36 mie rayable to b own &r rer. nl tb CoatQiarcia' Utu:ch ank, eight n-.'Hin after data was mailrd to Tor a oa the I b ot Apiil test, and mw notcomn to hand The aoifUc arerau.ioaM sgalnaa neiiiatiug iu me. J v tr. n -T .v rv , VJITUATIUN V7ANTED BY A O Br about 16 year. I I. al t 1- rk In a atore.- tetjod r (erenoe snvea. Antjulia at 77 Water reet, r at thieoOine. iyliiti Orrtc-a Oaio P'tirciiTiAaT,! Uulnuia-B, J-y S, leti, f Uoa WM. DBSKIS'iN. . tioveraor ol Ohio : T CERTIFY THAT LUCUI3 M. J CLAJv- oonvi-tedof tia crime ot raii f f'oon I- rn Hank B !U, la tbe Onrrt f (Vnimon Picss, CnyaK'm cti-iry, in. to, at tbe May Trm, ixro, nn. to Th'ee y-ais mpn'oDmrnt in thie Vn itfoti irr. has f oniTittJ no ifra. tion 01 th I awa and Hal ol tnia Jnstitaiio! d-.n f h'a continer taoth-re. JSO. A. JhiNXicK. WarUa jiih rtT (' Tfipfl f. Hewitt william liar nee A Co., rUTt) Attachment. Char'rea H. Jranlr.. Pert, jfrton Samnel Fol- jambe, Jnsttc of tti Peace of Ck'Ve-at. Tuwnahip, Cuyahoga ecanty, Ohio. - ONT THE 2!st DAY OF JTT.VKirnJ,' 1 C1(mh) Justice iii-meJ an prd tut at'achmeat 1n tho ah veactka br tne tsm ot sixtfen &-.ou kn- -tars. balH case is set rr bearing on the iih day f Attftoat, lai, u I o'clock P H. , , , . WJl. HANNKlf A GO. CleTfTaM, JnTy 3 vWT. i:T T TOTL E. LEFT MY BED AND JL1 tKard, on the 77th utJune. it, ay wife far a. v iv so. 1 nereuy tor hi .ay perio. rroai tinatsir' or barborinc her. aa 1 thaU aaj no bills o n r-ciea by bw U)' J"H H1TH aUowmanA Warden, i'l'iflLt,) Attachment. va. V rbrie H Jeoi'tira, rMtt. Pr-fora 9an.tHl T4. Jmbe, Justice of tee Petce Clvland lownaliip, Cuabcbga county, Ohio. ON THE 218T DAY OF JUNE, IW, Satid Jvi(lr iflenedaa prrt-- tjt attacaneai In tha above action tir the.n ol ef flf.y si-Kj dot lara Said cum m eet or tearing on tna 3th (.ay of Aogint Mel, at la alock P M. LaOwJAAJf A WAinia, Cleveland, JuTy T5, jyi347 Ja?.tU c? gr&t L?0R BENT. -noaKi o. I5l) H-nt Sl eer rear. .1-1 L Irueprct atreet A. M. Paaai a Ci A, I nrTior -t. fPO LET. BH C-L DWELLING 1 H'tlf-E, root iuiaS room., c-rn-r ot ana e:wetl atreeta, Aaply on er.- tea, or tn - H. . J!INE1. : jy l' Pq'. lir; S-nu. WOOL Fl'R ?ALE. lO.OuO to --14X4)00 Bcaada of WtHlii w-r aai. at I'axd- tnaruD, liunow Co., oa I'. C 1(1 Kalr,wJ. lime-:3i A RM-'TKitNx A H A Kaiia-BU. SALE. A Fabm 24 Acuta, WITH A TW'i ttTOlil HRlCh. DwULLlS' In the Italian ttLe of arcbittura, with iS--, wel.t eastern and ont boor-, aii aw. josc como tad. Mill NAiIt (AT aMTIBtirirf Ihe. Bl.iAt4a (ta Kniil wita ael nv-iern laprvvrtnenta ; the aTonnis hiv frontoa Km-iin Avnva of roe; a aautiful ravine at4 aliiag hrouA ran r brooch ihe rear an4 of Lh s'arm ; i hei e aie mert ra! ap-iL.5 of p :r wt9 moolDa out trom iht DHnfert of the ravine, watrg with simple hydraatic wurha, caa wvoonveyetl to any part ot tne Kartn. For a eiit'.-o.an's Knidrjct tbe whole grounoitvn be vlrintlj an l teateitt!iy arraagea. ora-iarden, Vieeyar... or Fmit tul tare, u can be miviie pn.nteoie, b-ing to n-ar tM City only about tw rod frota lbs corporat oa bants Ihta tva can heUivMieai mt ots u one to five or mor aarea. and mae etrnaat rtaulesoa, and at a '. Iarg adTaoce ol the aftve at wbirh it can aow bs . nrctvaaed. There are above a or S acrea of io. land, a r art ef wbirh i a benoifful Orov. Tas K.in.-iian dtreef kulroad paaaaa titroagh lha -Av -a-Mi in troat of feiiis Varia- Also A MW TWO ffToBT BKTK HfyTP, Paru. irat Bu:WlDrm A., corner af JLiaaaaaa anil I'orest streets, L-ut lis tr-t on fciiAm-n, aud jr.-m ; Foresjt itr-t. Uuoa and iCDprovrunt areaJl art clean, with all the inodVrn atyia, ana hnilt ia a aar atantial Banner. Alo A saw TWO STORT BH1CK HorSB. Barn, Ont Buirdlnrs, Ao., sitnated on rotae vtrrM, jnat Qcrth 4 the n-sitiw-aca of the Hqu A. ti. K:a-t . Lot H ti-et froi t by r fe-t dWa Thin ts a trU class bonaa, tmlit ta a narfaiiti Bannart and 9t liaiian H'teoj jvci. ueri nre. Aiao ADth-r To TKT BRICK HOrSt Barn, Oat ttntldinss, Aa. adjoining 1 h- one la de scribed Lot IU) fc et front t y rj feet deep, ad ia- ' tahed ia all rsaeti like the other. ai-v v.s invn.vi ajvy , vm t I nimAQ BT1" , second lot troea tba corner af &t&imfta and kttrel stnseta, L3 feet front by 3Wdeep. Mo Iota, on f -r-eat treat, between h ira-mao an Vovili Avtc eait aide, Lois St feet front by xaj te( deep, a-il ell ja ttma 10 sa.H pnixaasertL - aVsTfor turtb?r Uiloriitt.n enqnin of the iiadpf igned, No. tv Kmasaaa. St, CWvesano, Obio.