Newspaper Page Text
J. V. 1JAII.KV. IMitor.
Till .JIMMY." At U. 1, IMJlT The Great Rebellion. Progress the Work of Suppression. , The ncw from Washington tndicnlon a rapid re-organisation of tlic llornl forces in that vicinity. TliO Mammies disaster is having a good effect, and new life in being imparted into military movement thi-ougli-out nil tho loral Plates. Con. Mi ll llan is now in Washington, ami will take elmrgc .f . ' the forces on tllO Potomac. Th war department ha nntbwi.od nr. I . ' - , , .... fantry regiments for the war honi I). no. Infantry Three regiments left Columbus for the neat of .war on Tuesday. The news from the Kanawha valley is really cheering. Oeu. Cox entered Chin Ich ton on Wednesday lust, when tho rebels un der Wise made ft hasty retreat, leaving a cooked meal untouched, whiolt our hoys nit down to and devoured with a will. The rebels destroyed bridges an mti'-h property in their flight burning a steamboat lo keep it from falling in the hand of our troops. 1 1 1s supposed they'll wait for another chine (i further up tho Kanawha. Their fo.tiliri. tionn at Charleston were very strong, and if they had had the courage to il; ht, could have held it (V'ainst twice the iiiunher of our forces. The Union cause ia bein;; miich strengthened by Wise's vandalism. Wo shall not be surpriaed to hear of a! fight at lhrd's Point, opposite Cairo, tihortly. A tleet of steamboats, loaded with rebils, arrived a few miles below thai j oint, lahl week. Our troops me ready for thou. Two more f Humps for tlio Cnion caur.o nro reported in Mis-Bouri one at liarrison-l villo and the other at I'orsy Ihe. At the for-j mer place iirovisioi.s, eamp ciiiiia ,e, ,Vc, to : the amount S'JO.IIOO wai taken. At the lat 1;r place f0 of our men gave bailie to .'1(H) mounted rebels, und, after a severe lilil, routed them and took tho town. Col. Fremont has arrived in Missouri, and will make every preparation for offensive movement;! at an early day. None but a Union Party. Tho uiianiinoiis voice of tho I'cpubliean press of Ohio now speaks out manfully and patriotically for the cause of tho Tnion. In this we are glad lo see they are joined by quite a number of the leading Uemocratie journals. Anion;!; Iho great mass of Ihe loy al people (if the Stale there seems even a greater desire than that exhibited by the props, for one prand unily of action. A great statesman has truly said lliat. "all the old partisan divisions fade nwny before the peat issues of the contest in which the country is now engaged, like dew from Ihe morning sun." Every truly patriotic heart responds to this sentiment. 177t saw an infant Republic born il learned lo walk, and was beginning to Im powerful in the vigor of its manhood, when, by a sudden violation of its organization, il fell almost powerless. We have, now, as il were, to raise up this prostrated Republic, and, this dono, wc shall demonstrate lo the world that the foundation has not been shattered by the fall that the people of free America tie still capable of self-government. Now what is the condition of the country at this time? In eleven Stales of this Cnion there is a united effort to overthrow the fun damental law of Ihe land. Tis tree the lib els aro only carrying out one of tho privi leges which they claim is guaranteed to them by the Constitution, and, at this mo ment, there aro none who profess so jealous a regard for the integrity of the Constitution s they who are iu arms to overthrow it; but treason, everywhere, active or latcid, can be guaged exactly by its ann ly lest tho Constitution idiould be impaired by tin' suppression of rebellion. When (reason and rebellion are claimed (o be merely a differ ence on constitutional construction, and Ihe aiding and abetting of rebellion iu set up as a jealous regard for the sanctity of Ihe Con stitution, it becomes high time that we should know what our Constitution is; and us the tonus of the Constitution itself, tho' written as plain as language can make llicm, have failed to establish il, nn appeal has been made to arms, and arms must not be laid down till we have a Constitution w hich . will establish the supremo law of the laud, nnd under which State Uighis shall ho sy nonymous with treason, as the talk of State Plights has now shown iiself lo be iu fact. Under these circumstances w hat is the du ty of all loyal citizens. I'atriniisni answers an unconditional rally to the support of the Union 'and tho Constitution. This is the first work to bo done; and. until they are established, and the so-called Slate nights theory blotted out, we cannot allow the call of partisans to stand in the way of our duty. Ti.o right of self-govern incut, and of the people to choose their own rulers, is more nt stake now than it was in 1 1 it war of the revolution, and until w e have il established in this nation that the people have u right to vote according to their own will for their rulers under tho tUJsliutiollt.lJ.lc fajj 1 no questions ol party policy for them to , ,r, , VOtO Upon. IhO lie,ht ot the people to Vote must first bo vindicated and cslablishcd. so that no party or section or State will ever atin (lore to rebel against the fait of the popular Lallo, before it v ill beci tue neccs eary to discuss what tirade of policy tl.cy ought to voto for. Punishing Perjury. The Pittsburg JJikj.iiYcA says that Gen. Me riellun has gono to work in earnest to ttoj tuo pnrjury und villainy of the icWl trait ors, ly having 12 of them nhot ui llevcrly on tlio 22ml ulL, for violating; their parole. It is vtatetl that our troops hud ciii'tiired number of iirinonera, niucty of whom were rcicdbeu on tuning tne oatlmot uguin to hear arms agaiust tho United Platen. Within hours after their rolcaso u guerilla attack vas made on a government train, and unnitd-! r f ' i 7i i .. ttan from Ohio killed. Our troop wuW- queutly made a Bally and captured a nnw-' of priboiicm, wnong whom woro the Love named noriurod relud who r. investigation of the factH.werc t.hot an utatcd. KiyWe have a lengthy letter from P. Thornton, Ewo;., dated Uovoily, Va., July giving an account of the Kicu .Mountain bat tlo. This dots not differ jnatei ially lioiu tho account we publiuhed iwo weeks TUe loss of the rebels in ctated to be 25. "-.j I ' 'l' . , itTho Missouri C-ouvimtiou wiJJ declare tue fcbat ol the Gov. Jackoii vaount. Important Action of the Central Committee. Tho ttcpublioun Stnto Central Committee, nl a Reunion licld in CnliimbuH on Thursday last., t.iifinimously ndoplod tho futlowinj jnrnitiMo and rownlutiotiMS WllKintA. fl l dulv 'f rt'Wi-in, in lime nfnitirn.il priil.tolnv finidi' nil dill' l'Mi. . i'f mi liiic.il cpinlnii mill unit .' in iliT.nec of their now Mi ni til: Hhti ,v.,fi il. Tint It l ml now rxpclicrt to mil n Ciinvciitii.il of the lb pulili.'.in pally Ibrlho in'inim. liuli nf illicr I" be i-hnsm nl the toiiiin; .Sliitn clerti.'ii. Ji-,,,,1,,-,1, Tluil the D'uvrralic (Vnlnil ' ninul tee he r.'iii 'Mod t" unite wit'i llii (V inliiill.'t In n rail tor ii joint thdi pit.' ci nvi tilii n fi.r tin1 tti- - nf in niiiniii'C n miii.iM" Suit Ti k't, mi I l!i K the mil lo ii.l !ivm In nil Ii" nr.- In f.ivor nl' the iiii- ';;''"'!' ,,V!M lv"',V !! "' I1'," 1 V .V'x .ii .'.'.Ti of the in unli liimre ol Hie inti j'l ity of Hip .viIh iii'I Ml,v,'tmu"nt nnd el H i' litnroim mi l -i -lit i mi'-il Y" milon r the war now rr "". j"r. V's'. And ""'I ,1,p I"'' I"1' '" ( ,.),, ,v ,u, .;Xl.nn,i,. ( iiinit'i-. I en I'.r ilmt I'ih - niiiiii'.i'-i' A' mtr -il, Tlml in tlie ow'iit nl tin' nTit nl or the Di'tmiiTiilic Ci'iitral Ci'liiliillti'i' In accept 1 lie prnpo fillrn l'i I' enii n ly the !Mi nl August, Ih.- I.xcrn tivi Ci'inniill'M" i.s ilif i ti il tn Wiim In Hie IVoile of (Hiin n mil lorn rnlivrntiurt t l'i l.pil.'H, tn a linlii inulinfr ri'iivi'n'inn, In lie rln n v.illii.iit ri i'iTi'iiru l'i Ji n ty, tii'ii tlic diiiij'l ' h.i.'i t f the iiKiinti'iianeii nf llii' Vr"Vi rillili'lll Hinl the Ml'l'lri Kliill nf liio I'll liellli u iir:iiii t it. Ii. miln il , Tluil ihe Si'cri'lnrv ircqurslfil In fnr ni.ili ei i' m el the rnri pi,ii'L' t"i 11 1 1 .1. inel n nolii ti.'ii to the ;iici of thi riiv, nn I Hint thf I'r.s nf all paitiis in l!u SlM.i bo itnit. 'l tn imlili.sh the nn Nie. That, the ahoe aelion ill reeeive the ep- pi ov;il of Heiiiiliealis ;'ei,i'iii!l' I ! i r 1 1 c ' n n i J f lie flnli', we l ave not the i have not (he nbehlctl ihuibt. We trust a similar inovenn fl may by our I'i'iiiil v tVi.tial ( 'i 'iiitnllli e. be made Congressional. The d'niin;;u!Hhiii;; I'e.ihne of l!io premnl. t'nii;'iCH'i is llie Rpce.ly iii.'iiiher in which all louiii.esi has II disposed of. So far, Iho demands of (he country have been met promptly, and means have ! on put into the hands of tin; K.sceulivo that, will celt .vinly ini.ure the fc'pn lehin, of the r hellion in shoit order. The New Vo k World mmn up Hie following: In the Jennie line iia'-'Hed was IIkiI im of Ihe HikI laiiie; thai reflolu i nam only llniMi' Ihoii Hhn'd bills lo aid ix iloslrovin it h be coii.'id'Med. ll( ix (lion of this pur pose, llousi' Committee of Ways and Mo.ms, at an early date, ha I pr-'pared all the bill.4 llili nili d to have bet u mibmil !"l. The bill authorizing Ihe I'nsidi nl lo call out .Mm.nno volunteers and appropriating ..'(0,()(IO,iiih lor their support, wis passed promptly. The bills for the Army and Navy, in die ag gregate, nppropaiale's i '.) I ,iu'll.(ill!. The other appropriations made, nro !j,!'i.()iKl.(M)() for tilt back payment of v olunie r;;; ,'l.('l!l), tlllll for the purchase or hire of vessels to suppress piracy, and to aid in the blockade'; S'J.OOO.IIOI) for Iho transportation of muni tions of war In loyal citizens in Iho rebel Stales. In the House a number of resolutions hav ing foreibl" application to Ihe coiiild'on of Iho counlrv have been pa-.i-d. Of Ihet.e, the most interesting declare licit il is not Ihe duly of C. S. soldies lo i olurii I'ugil i e slavos; that tho I louse will vole for any number of men and amount of money for the suppression of lie' rebellion ; and Mr. ( rillendeii's resolution declaring tlt.it Ihe war has been forced upon the country by the rebels, and that, when the rebellion is destroyed tho war ought to cease; I h:l Ihe acts of the l'i ciiident previous to ihe meeting of Congress are adpioved. The following bills have pir-sed bolh Houses: A bill authorising a national loan giving Ihe Secretary of ihe 't'c sency power lo bor row within twelve months of i!s pns,;a;.;e, "r'.'ill.OOtl.lKIO. and pledging tie- national la'tli for the redemption of the debt. A bill lo increase the nnlilai y establishment ihe C. S., creating a standing army of lO.IIIII). A force lull giving the. I'lesidenl uwer In n u- (he army and navy in the collection of revenue, and to close pol ls in n hellions Sl.it 'a. The bills for the bolter organ!...! ion of iho army and of the marine i orpse, provide lor a re tired list. A bill foe ihe appoiulm-'nt of r.n assistant Secretary ofllie Navy; for legisla tive, eeculi e and judicial appropriations; to iiulhor!.e the Vei lary of the l'i e isiny lo remit lines on ves el; bavin improper clearance to pro nle lor iron .1.: e I s'.r.ps anil lloaluig li.uieiie rebel properly; to imported by Si.iti s. for ihe colili cation of on arms relm d'iti Congressional. General Patterson. j Tin man w ho was ordered to aliacl Job sou's command at Winchester end prevent thcir retreat to Manassas, jest previous to the great b.itile at Pull's Kuu, has twobrothcis holding important positions, in ihe service of the Southern Conlhcivcn.cy. According to the Ohio .'oc.(oii, il was his sympathy with the rebt llion that caused lien. Pallet son, instead of iitliu king Ihe enemy as or dered, lo retire to. llarpei's I'tiiv. - . . m tiVA horrible murder was coimuiCcd a boiil'J miles back of Maysv ille, Ky on Wed nesday of last week. Tl'.o victims were an old man named C Vi ,.i,d hi. Iwo sons; one aged ll! and the other L'I wars. couple t of heavy blows were also dealt to Mrs. i Cobb, but it is thought she will recover.- -! The murder was committed by robbers, sup- posing Mr. Cobb to have about his house n large sum of money. They found about tf'JOll in a bcicail drawer, and departed. clue lo the murderers has vet 1 cell dis covered. A icward of 82,000 is otfered for their apprehension. An Estimate of Our Loss at Manassas. p , Tlio New York lleral.l publishes the fol lowing as the losses of our army at Manas sas, pusint; its slatcmeuls on "hili military authority": ) i:;: !',.. ... hilled ,) .on "J;""s " I'iommohs lest ( ainioii spiked and l.t I. Small iirnisdiepped..tb..i.l 0.0110 Ol the wounded, fully one hundred were little injured though st ruck, and of the small arms dropped on the rout, oiu-half were picked up by tho ordnance wagons next dav. Gen. Fremont's Staff. n Tin y tiro expcriencctl uiihtary men. and 'fproscnt liiliana, in part, in' the expedition v'Vnl V'1' TlVVr' M'T "."'h i w hen Now Oil. ai m and tho Gulf const tihall josume loynlilv to the Slam and Stripes Hon. Janics A. Une, v. ho it tth,o to at com Ler a- j Pa,1.v FreniontH expedition, has hecii coin- W. 14, ago. Gov. Morion has appointed lite lollowin .'tliccrs in tlie lndiamt l.eion, who will receive commisMons from Iho President as meinocrs oi i.en. l remout s stall: A. Ashbolh. Colonel. Henry Charles le Alma, Lieutenant I'ol oiii 1. Antonio Cutlaneo, Captain, Ajace S.iccipii. Captain. omiiiieo O.lilone, l.ieitlcnant. An oi tuese Olivers li.ive seen sevico Europe, and all. we believe, with Garibaldi. inihhioncd uh a lvr ga tier l.eiieral in tho In diaim l.egiuii. and the follow ing gentlemen have let u place J iu his slalt', each ranking us Vd l.itsitcuant; Lowell M. Kwing, W. While, iilici'.e.cr White. .-"The liovt rnitu nt, at this time, is sad ly in want cf cavalry. '1 ho w ant of tin tioopa was acverely ft It at Hull's Kuu. The I'clicls were airong in cavalry, and it was they ihul charged iu among 'our buggugo trains, IVightening thu toanisters, ami pro. duoing a panic which communicated to tlio whole army. The Great Manassas Battle. From the N. Y. Evening Post. I One of the most repulsive fentnros of tho Into advance ol one army into Virginia was the largo tiunib'T of civilians w ho accompa nied it. We are told that not less lliiiu n thousand persons having no military employ ment, wi nl from (ho city of Wn shing I on in tho wnl'n of Ihe troops to wi'imss the e.v ...... i... I I.., n,,i,. ., r. , ,.r it,,.,,, v l,.. were co'iiioeioii with i';t 1 1 1 g jo ii isil as cor l'i spondi (it s. had e.nv btisinem or call to be tliete and wild, purely from molivi s of cil rio'illy, ( iongr -.nini n, clerks of the 'ovecn nieiil, hob I visitors, anil, il is said, a mulli Inde of K' cei-siotilsls iiuioeg llicm, crowd il th" lliic onghfare mi they do in Mnglniid on It. rby Pay. or es in our cisttil'y parts the rural people lloek lo "i.cin cnl training." Tic pei ee was iliegraeel'ul ill the ( me. The si jit of a gn e lial!le-!ie. is one of Iho most dreadful li nt in ever pres' liled to Ihe human eve, and w caniiol envy tin- i.etisibili- II' so Who I lls lo il us they wind 1 a speefaele in a Iheater. Ihil ii art from the brulalily of Ihe ircitleiit, il appears to have been u main cause of Ihe Hi rious dis .cili r of Sunday a'teinoon. Our noble (iol diers had nlrcady made tin tnselvi s virtual masters of the position; they had carried , i , i i i. .: . l it. i hree ol Iho heavies! ballerien; had sdeiiced i iheiK.nnd were prepared fl ndvaiu e on the remainder, or, at the inosl, to bold 1 1 1 -, i- nd vatilngcs, when a setisele at jsuiic -.n pro liieed iimoiig Iho teamsters by a (diarge of cavalry. This was communicated in the I if. re number of ci villa'ct. who spread their Ion or mining the .'draggling sold'crs wlierc s'it they passe I. They (h slrnyeil Ihe con i i ' 1 1 -1 1 i of I lie si i hi ':';, i in oar successes, and uri'c 1 what would have been n Iriuiejih, shortly, into a defeat. The crowd id the seecssioii'sla v ho form ed a part of the "mob of gentlemen," were not slov in pei iviug I he '! opiorlu:iily; tin V added lo Ihe i laMols; Ihcv exaggera ted the rnuiois o dstigi I ; nnd lle y, loo, I'iMiighl the ItsI inti ili'-ence lo We.shiugloii ' of a complete detii'iralizatioii and route of i our forces, Iransmiiled bv b'Icrrraph. N'cv- erlhi'h'S.s, il would now seem thai, in spin of th" coiisleniation of the leai.vder.s and ci v ili.m.'!, and in spile of Ihe enormous tales of tho secession labble, our men behaved with wonderful coolness, ami made their re treat in good order. We hope, when the net grand movement is in, nle, nc a airen will be taken to prevent I anolhi r ooi iincncc ol Ih.s kind; our Sena tors and lo pi-eseiit ilives are heller in their seals than hanging abnul Iho camps; and the idle visitors to Iho Washington hotels !iii,",hl easily be kepi hylic authorities from passing over th" bridges of Ihe I'otom.ie. Wo gel the follow ing- description of Ihe rctreal from a well known gentleman nf this oily, who was on the ground two hours af ter Iho back-movement began: 'The rcporlMofu disorderly retreat of our mam army are grossly untrue. brief statement of a small part 1 witnessed will show lies. Mr. 'I'illey of Rhode I land and mys dl' in uipnnicd the I'e Kalb regiment from A I- ean b ia in the cars to Carll'as station on tlie Manassas (lap railroad; we reached ih re at II), n. in. Ileavv cannon:). bug was slca 1- ilv going on. While the icgiment wailed j for orders we walked forward on the track (ill within five mdes of Manassas .liiuctioti. mcouI was there sending hourly reports to lieiicral Scott of tile firing. Ilelurning, is the regiment still halted, a party of four of us, wilh a soldier, walked to I'aiifix C. II., Ihivo miles ilislant, and thence on Ihe roa 1 lo Ceulerville. About I o'cloelc w e begin lo meet bug gi'Manl wagons with visitors reluming lo Washing-Ion. All reported that tho day was ours, an I rode on jubilant, imid at half-past I. an olilcer on horseback, tiding fiercely, said. W illi emphasis, "N'o, t o, il going a gahisl us." The tiring had then ceased. Near Cct'tervilie, between two long hills, we su bleuly saw army wagons, and private vehicles coining dow u before us in hot has!": a lew soldiers on nor.sebaeU nuved in (no C'OWil. I.Ooiihlg ll.U'l; we found a ITginiellt coming fi es'i from Ca:rf.) in 'double ipi'ok.' Mr. Kussell, of tlie London Time, was on h usebaek ai iong (he first from I'm b.iUl". ; (he first from I'm v I 'elonel insianiH I'he New formed hi men across the rea l, mi l resolute!',' turn ed back every K.ddler in the road, and in 'JO mi'.'.ules iierf et order w.vi rest. ire I, and Ihe whole Hi .-Id. of Ike vehicle veh'elca was shown lo be absurd, so much so thai I hours al that spot, ill's wim we waited two water for llie poor wounded lien, bo 1 egau to bmp a- long Irom llie held; only Iwo or l.nce u il- lances to be cecn. Al half-pus! si., iwo h mrs after Ihe bat tl" wa .- over, wo started and walked back to l''.ihl'a C. II., helping three or four wound ed soldiers into Ihe wagons. Those wil l were unhurt, and who got by llie Jersey boys, were slopped by a compa ny of the Michigan 1th, from Fairfax, and compelled lo turn back. At Fail fax Court Mouse we quietly took supper al tlie tavern, and never Urcaium;. ol anv tlisor.lcrly retreat, we were suio.lie',1 wil l l-ooi lie. M --uin rouse, am went lo ie. ami wai asleep al II p.m. A I .'I o'clocl; Moinlay moruin r, I'mil'in (ho wagons were in. I "U to Alex.i'i lria, we stavte 1 icra'ti an.l wallie.l ipiiellv alon witli llicm lo Al tamlria, doim; what little we coull to aid I no men more- or '.ess sli'',htly woumU-it, or worn out --inebi din;; some from the hospi tal for still there vat scarcely an ambu lance to be seen, I'.ut on the whole road from Cenlreville to Al- xandria. 1 am conli lent that (here was rot "tOil sol l er.t in all, between f o'clock, p. in., and dayl;;';lit ; so that it U grossly un true that the whole army made a hasty ro ll cat. On llie contrary, all seemed lo be cer'ain that a Maud was ma le al t ntreville. of tho whole (f (he main body, eceptin; only the alra;r.lers from the first panic.- This panic w as explained, by several who agreed that il was purely accidental. 1 talked with at least forty from Maine. Massachusells, lihode 'sl in I, Ohio, Miclti ...... .... I v: :.. : , . ...i ii.n tui'i i ..-. , .urn ii i i. ii. ill . nn l;.ivi isoine tlirillm.i; inculcuts ol d.llereut parts of I the held, which I have no lime to tell now many irrumble I al their ollieirs, but all , scenic t plucky, and I said that our troops icould beat the rebels easily in opt j fcht, .... I I i l ...... i , w , ,.imi u om. i no ii ver. nin ino masue l nailer - i ie. i lut ,.N;1 i ie- on ont sole und the lihuio"is on ours I "done for us this time." 1 reached Al- indiia al 7 o'clock, bavin;' walked forty whilhit ! j miles. G. P. PUTNAM. ANOTHER STATEMENT. ill in G. so Ye IV.cu aiiolher gentleman, a dis tim;nished citi.on ot Indiana, who was u spectator of the battles at Hull Kuu. that the simile cause of tho panic was (he chur'o I- . I . I , r I . . . oi ;t laro no i v (i cavau v tiinono; mo icum- stern untl !ragglmf Hold era wlio wove in Iho rear of our main forcen. Lei ween the linn and Contervillo. This charge started tlic notion that tho nriny had hcen ovcr whcluied, and llt.it tho enemy driving iu full force upon tho reserves. Immediately the tcamstciH und unarmed soldiers ran, spread the alalia at Ceuler ville, w hen the order w.ik given for it retreat. All Ihe organized companies withdrew the most perfect order. When Mt Howell found that Ilia reserve wan on the retreat J was too late M counteract iho mistake, ami li t oiiiiu inded the main body to fall Lack, wincU it ilia quietly ami m order. llie men, win. Had been rightin;' all day, without water and without food, were in'a state of complete exhaustion. They vt ould have been called back from active service, in a little while, even if tho panic and re treat in tneir rear bad not occurred I p t that time- a spectator. Kn;Us man, who was present at all tho Crimean battles, says their lighting had been of the most ph udi.l kind. Such charges as tho Tire Zouaves and the Sixly-ninlh (liish) regiment made he hail not seen at Inkciuiaii or the Alma, (if the forces tinder arms not a man tlinchcd, from tho beginning tho battle till the end of the retreat. Correspondence Philadelphia Press. While wo had 50,000 troop ou tbo Otlicr sido nf tho river, with a reserve of 30,000 hero in Washington, it is now ascertained l hut. tuerc were not over IfO.uot) on tlie lioM, against. 70,000 of tho enemy. In view nt Ihis odds nn engagement yesterday was premature. Jbit fair men urged on theii officers, and oflieors in council with the su perior conimiiichr preseiilod the same en ;hus:nst!c ntitieals for nn onward movement. inn fair open field fight, will) these mills against lit, (lie resull wonhl Inivo been a pJorioiiH victory. This, however, wns not Iho tnoile of warfare adonted bv the eti'-mv. I liev pad chosen the f,roinid. II was c-iri'i in i " m lecieil, nml wan comooseil i of valleys and hills covered with forest trees. 'I he hatlerlcs were j'l Kited in vari- ous posiiiotiH. m.i so arrange 1 that when Iho front one should be silence 1 th-re was another, and yet onolher in tho rear, ready lire upon those who bad succeeded I silencing the guns iu front. They were nearly nil masked, and their position eonl i . i ,- , i ... i ' not be i bseovered i nlil t hey had one nod lire. : ' , , , - .' , i InrMspnnilcncvnfthoNoiv Wk It 'raid. j in no dottht, that the rebels we re j letrealius; lowur 1 .Manassas .fum lion at the very I'hie when fiursoldierH wercj running towanl.H ( ci.terv.lle. Iho rein-; oreclnenls Irom .Maiinssas were nrobab v . , , . , . .. , 1 intciided to cover Ihe relreat of tho troops (hat had been cngged in Ihe action Loll" Is. lore tin," panic on our s:du occurred, ,e wagon Irani ol llie rends was wending its, way I mm llie r.eij, liniicating tlieir inteti- (ion to retire. Th's irahi was followed bv i irj.e bod'ea of ini'aulry, nnd it is probable , inai it our men (m l k'o,(ii tneir groun s even fit'iicii lu'unles longer, they would have had undisputed possesion of tho field. 1 1, is slated by a Virginian, who come from Manassas Into our lines lo-day, that the order for Ihe retreat of the rebels had been already issued. It is evident that llie enemy did not immediately understand the movement on inn- uhli- The 1 1, i-.-l, t il ... I I.: 1 .... I .1 it .- . isen c y. ,.,,.,.. , no .ni'i'll leiir.'luen ol I'e.r viciom nn H.le.lly as islicd them. Thin is apparent from tho f'.iel that pursuit wan attempted for any consider-' able distance T'?..T!ie special Wash'n-lon correspiui- 1 iiirohiTid (here is much truth in the! nppr Rtalemeiit that, the cotiat vade I the ranks of our mat ion that, per Arinv on Sundav last was pro luccd by tho teamsters. J is now believed that the teamsters who pro duced Ihe excitement, and caused Ihe retreat, w ere rebels not of the condition in lifo from which such employees are usually selcele I, but men of means and po dlion iu the South, who, under a disguise, had deceived the (lovernineiil into employing thorn. In fact, it. was hut a repetition of the St. Xickolas affair. Several of ihe feamslers were in Wash ington some time before Iheylel't for Ceuler ville; and it. is now remembered that a little child, residing in Ihe house iu which they boarded, was several times the recipient of rebel badges, and on one occasion of n hand kerchief baring upon it several rebel em blems and devices. At t '. 10 time the present. were bestomed. tiolliing was thought ol it, the teamsters being in the ( iovernineut employ, but How the fa"!s are remembi red. I receive my information from good nu-! thority, and gave il, not only to show the origin of ihe panic, but also lo show w hal risks Ihe traitors to their country will incur to further their fiendish project.-.'. Patriotic Talk from Democratic Paper. [From the Chicago Post.] j j "PICK VOCIt I I. (NTS AMI thy IT All UN." What, is to be done? Th. enemv has won a bailie and our back. Shall ihe l.ooii.-) have I ceil driven war be abandieied' We know thai we speak th" sentiments of the people of loyal men of nil parties when we say that, if the. AiliniuislraCon do not take Manassas Junction, il will go down to posterity wilii iho curses nod ccee; atiomi of iho nation, an I live forever iu (he con lempt of mankind. There is but one course to pursu We have either to w hip the re bels, or be whipped and become the object of universal contempt. The American I lov oriuneut can never expect to have the re spect of its own people, if il connot. so ad- m:iusa'r us ail.i'i s as lo m unla si Ha power ... i i . . . i . . -1 . . , . i ... iiiiuoreii nnics u om i:i. camiai. I mess Mr. Lmi'oln can expel the rebel I',, -.- IV,, i, i Manassas, he should rc-iien his it'licc unless ihe American brop!" pro.pi.se to suo- poi and sus ain him iu so doing, (le y had b -it M' abandon their government at once and take slops to organir.e a new one. To enable M i'. Lincoln !o perform his del y, hi1 must have troops, and these troops must he furnished speedily. If he is not lo be furnished with troops, be ha I belter aban don the war at once, make peace wiih the rebels, and retire from a government which Ihe people have abandoned. Manassas I a i Ji notion mi.st iik takkv, and to do so, there must bo an arinv of al ll'list l-'lblluil men c piippeil ami provi.le.l ami omccren in siieu tin iirmy siioui.l he There is no use of I tlkiiej; of jicie'e, or set tlemenl, until tiie tlis;raeo of this defeat shall have been washed out. Tlie man who savs stop tho war now, who (lemamls a re- '; of tliotroois, must be ambitious of Ihe iiiutmy wnicuwiii ever aitacii totiiose wiio wante 1 (o recall Seolt when ho was midway between Vera Cruz and Mexico. The war must ;:o on, . ---. [From the Chicago Post.] The Coming Contest. rallii d to iho nupjiort of l.'it "stars and ipes, ' tiiero Mould now be no goveru ' 1 ... ..... r Of all the iinfairnesH that ever charaeter i'.ed a jiarly contest, tho political campaign pist aooui neiii;;' opened ny tne tieinocraiic 'leiole.-M i,i'.,,wea i '(..!,. (!,o ..If (1. - i - bush." As an instance lake the following;: tlooii roil l.ixctii.x'. A Washington cor-' respondent, a few days ivo, in a irivale con-1 vcisation with Mr. I.ineou, asked him how he liked tho conduct of iho northern ileiuoe- racy in the present crisis. "Honest Old Alio rciiliC'l, wan u Idusli, Unit their im-: , t riot to supiiort of tho Coiisiitution and the ! I'tiion was just w hat ho oxpectetl from tlie I followers of D.iu-l.is: thaL if ihev h id not 1 meut lett us. Haul Ito, "it the ilcinoetacv had served mo and my administration such a Ifick as Mr. Cor win and t.ivself serve 1 the a Iniinihtrartou of Mr. Polk duriic; Iho Mexi- can war, we snouiti now uli.n .1 l... :,, ,',,, .. , ., j J v IV. l'avis. At lli.il time, wo were traitors lo our country and ,'avo aid and comforl i the .Mexicans, und it our countrymen were ! to ticat us now as we treated them then, we 1 nhould in .on lo welcomed with Moody liandu i to hospitalito graves." The above lie wo find "going the rounds" of the I'loofooo papers of this district, it hav ing lir.d appoarod in that notorious disunion sheet, under iho parental control of Vidian tli;,hain, called iho Ibtylon J'mhiro. Party capital must ho at a great discount when such "w hoppers" as this are found necessa ry to bolster up its sinking carcus. Ohio Loan. of The Commissioners of the S'nking Tin.d this State advertise iu New York for a loan ot ? l.r.On.OOtl, paval.lo July 1st, lSuX ti,; ""yo.i.ii.ioiiat man, payaiuo iy lkW ''''atuig tt m seven years; lor which ! I'url",i0 !l t-Vi li-'a been ituthoi icd. taxable propci ty of Ohio is $S,:ii2,C.0l,iind and the credit of the Stale too Iji-h to need i . . ,...i ..i t . any coiiiiuoiulatioii at our liantls. A tax Iwo mills on the above vali'.ati.ui would both priucinal ami interest. Proposals will be iipcned August 7th. f , , .1, fc-rVTlie .e Vol k- World sac 1 .1 volunteers v. ill bo ready to start front city by the end of tho present week, that as the Seventh lteginient were allowed to eouie home under tho understanding they would return should their services re.piired, they will doubtles bo ordered into tho bvrvico immediately. our liiiertics to dew gest as wo ) leas, ami we wil tile fur them so long na goddlcmity gives Us breath." rVrCen. .Met'l- lliin 1 h:n been remove 1 from Western Vinrnhi to th" coinmand of (1,.. !n M,v of tho 'Potomac. This inlorma .i'oien f.,,n is hailed as a good omen in Washin in (on. -,-... ... , . . i .. i .. i if(-j),Aii Irishman ben" in nchiifch wl'.ere ii n , , . . . , Iho collection aiiaralus reseiiibleil election boxes, on its being handed to him, whisper There in (he currier's car that he was not naturali-a-lually xed and could not Vote! f,.-,rA ro,IM,rv rimln neWly married, ROpp0,i nt ,,. (iitHW Unmc j,," rineiiinnti, .. c. i i ,i ...n i n ' ... him. ... .... i-"-. .... H ' enuotis exertions to leave toe trial ile-; h'llcd to a l.ile day. J'ho judge decided t"1"'1' deiiloflhcl'iiiladclphi!i,7vvrcrtele;'raphs:! f- Ten Hebel prisoners, captured at I I i i tQyPrinee Napoleon, cousin of the Em peror, has sailed with his wifo on a visit to the United States. JsT'Tho New York City Government hns appropriated half n million dollars addition al, for tho relief of the volunteers. ttlf Louisville dispatches anv the Union tn''l( are much depressed since the defeat lit ; MatiasKPH, but aro very res lute, tf'.r In Tin kerman's Jiav ine, in (he White Mountains, the snow was from fifteen to twenty live feet deep on tho l.th tilt. "i sa nien deer Melindv weer fit.cn for 'en o.ivs ULni, u i if e e uin ca eu 10 r , ,,.;',. vi, U1.,.,I x. l..,t !,;.( 1... replied: "We want that kind of wine where Ihe cork pops out. and the liquor bolls up !;e soap suds. .;.'(.' . I lntrel 1 1 ill, a lot ol leltei-fj wove j found amond the baggage hd'l by tho rebels j in their hast to lice. One follow writing tot his sweetheart, is full of elferveseme pat riotism. His words were larger than his id"as, and both together bad knocked nil ideas of "Xoah Webster's Hleinentary" out of his bewildered brain so he wrote: Jt -.y llie crew of 1he privateer ivnnuah were tormally nrriugned be'.ore the I . S Circiiil Court in New Voik on Tuesday TIh.v nil nl. -il "out ..llillv-' I,, the inillt ' . " I , ' . .1 ...... I.. that it should begin on the third day ol Oc-; ' I..T. Kim, an ived tit Washington, on the i-i.i. liny Caml'ai.s. wore lleorgians and South A largo I. Hinder ol otliers are in our hands, iho nulls loun.l on th1 Panic licld show, that iho r be! arms are in llnglisli manufacture. Some of the. ligh': bitteries end single pieces 'f camion, before reported lost, are being sent in; among lh?m, t''e ri lled .'12 pounder left on the lie! 1. P:;y-The barbarities praetie" 1 by th" 1' bids, nt. linll'H l!nn, is iinii.iri'.llc'e I. A pri vate of Iho First. Connecticut 1! 'g'm nt found a wounded rebel lying in (he sun. lie carried lent gently to th" shade nnd gave him drink from his eaut?eii. W'.vm tho scoundrel recovered, he immediately shot. Ids benefactor ! In another inslanl, w hen a number of our woiin led ha 1 b"on placed together in the sha le, they were tired upon by the rebel cavalry. They also lired on th" hospitals; on the nmhulanees containing the wounded and on tho vivan ilii rs on '.raged in conveying water t then-. AVtf-The Hight llevcren I Major (Jeneral Leoiiidas I'o'.k, of the rebel army, was a graduate of West Point in 18'J.-i. Paring his term in the Academy lu" was converted tn . d.cr inliuemw of Ih'shop Mellvaine ol'Oh'o. w ho was Chapliii i of Piat lust t.itio'i at Ihe t'nie. I 'oik resigned a few months after his graduation, was ordained a clergymen of tlie Lpis 'op.al Church 'm lsi, nn l made I'dshop in 18:18. lb; is a very fa'r llishop, but. will prove but an indifferent soldier. He is a large slaveholder, and of course put-; Ihe div inity of that institution a little ahead ol desua Christ, as ho ik'scrls the .service o'.'the kit er for the former. Ohio Loan. NEW ADVERTIS'MENTS. : ' j : .,r to of i ! uo The I ..; ot pay lilt.) that and that bo II K U l F I" S S A L E . IVter Viinnest vs. Alexander V. Ponalilson. 1V virtue of an order of s lie issue, I by tlie Clerk ol' the Court nl' Ciuiiia 'U J'leas nf Wend county, Old. i, iu tin" above cone, mi l to m ilireele 1 and delivered, I will oiler for s its at public vendue at the doer nf the Court Ileus.', in the town of l'errys burg, Wood county, Ohio, On S.'.turdav.'t'.i ai st d iv of Aiijru!, 13(51, be! w vn tlie hours of 111 a. in. and 1! p. in. of licit d iv tse follow mir l.m Is an 1 t -nein sits. t wit: I lie .. .- i u"i i.i-eas; i uhi.t oi s.-t-iu u .,i, n.-.Misaii nnrl.i-eas; e iticter ol s.'ctii n ..a, township a lions ol I' c.c'o il o.tM, ill V) ..oj ecu. itv, Del", ei'iil.tiiiicg Iu teres uieiv or less. o. v., i,i i t.ti, .-actill. Cook: 1'iiick Ov. Johnson', nttvs. Aug. 1, lS,.t 11 ' S i ii i: ii l v f ' s s a 1. 1: George 15. Sinhh. pit if., v.-t. William U. Truesdale il'ld in h"l's, delell'ls. By virlue of an order of sale issued in the above ruse l.y the cler!; o.' the court of cennnun pleas of Woe I ceuiCv, Ohio, and to in" iliive'e'd and delivt r cd. I will oiler for sale at public yen bt'" at the dner of the cnurt house, in the town of rerrysburg, Wood count v, Ohio, on Saturday, August .list, lsfll, between Ihe lituirs nt 111 a. in. and 2 p. in. of that day, tlie follow ing lands an I ten 'in 'tils t i-wit: ConiniMH'ing six rods and three feet south of the north-west eoi nerof the south-east f ( of sect. on .No. 10, township No. a oorlh cf range No. 11 east, in Wool county, Ohio; thenc running east Ctreils; thence s 'iilh Ii reds and S feet; thence west 1.1 rods; the north It rods and :t feet to the place!' b'giniii ig. Appraised at !il i:i,:i l. ti. E. iil Yi.Il, Slterilf. lomiK ' Tvi.Kii. attvs. Aug. I, lS.il llivijl 'J9. s il E II 1 F F ' S S A I. E John Waterburv, planlilV vs. Leonard Pnyder, de ten lant. Bv virtue of an order of s tie isued in the above eas.i by the Clerk of the Court of Common I'leas of Woo l c iteilv, lliiiu, mid In in. directed and deliv ered, I will ull'er for s ile at puMie vendue nt the tloor nt (lie lourt House in 1 crrvsuu: i ootl i county, tn, to. ' ' On Salurday, August Hist. 1SJ1, between the hours of 10 a. in. an I 2 p. in. of that d. iv. the fellow ioir described lands and tenements, tewit: The north half of the north-west l.i of sec tion nuiiiber ,'l.t, lownship No. Ii, norili of range No. i east, iu Wood enmity Ohin. Appraised iti$-lU0. 15. E.UUYEK, Slterilf. Domu; A Tvi.Eit, nttvs. Aug. 1, lsiU-Mwjl IS. OHKRllF'S SALE. Bates .v. Miller, ndin'r vs. James A. SpafTord By virtue ef mi cider i f sale issu sl in the above cause by the clerk of the court of common pleas U'no-i couniv, (M,ie, and lo me .lireciedi.i.'d !.!.' ir-; cd, I will idler lor sale at public vendue at the door IS., ,..n-r I.i.ik.. i.t l...i-vUi,t-. W.....1 ..,.,,,- Ohio, en ' S.iturJ.iy August .lis!, 1S01, between the hours of 10 ocUk a. in. and 1 p.m. s tut it. iv, me ii'iiew mi; l.m is nisi leni aiieius, ui-wit: The uitilii i.l.'d . ol' iu-lot nuiub T iU'.', in the t.iwn of Perry sbtirg, Wood couniv, t'liio. with the im pinvein n:s thereon. G. V: III" VKH, Plieriil". .1 amks Mi iniAV, atlv. Aiig. 1, UitiSI 13 m-uii'i''s SAL1 lty viri'neoran i i-'b roi' siiL-i'tu'd in the above .Tames Uani' tt vt. Cvrenus Ooodell. e inse by the cl -ik of I'ne court . f c. innion pleas V ood I'liiniiy, (lino, and 1 1 ui ' direct.'.! and del i er ed, 1 will oli'.r for s. tie at public vendue al the tl ol' the court bouse in IViryaburg, Wood county, Ohio, on Saturday August Hist, ISM, bcttveen the houi't id' 10 o'clock a. in. und 2 p. o"' that d.ty, the follow ing lands Icik ui 'ills, to-wit: Tlie west ' .j of the south-east i of section 2S, tow 0, ranee 12: and the north-east '.j of same section, town and r. iipe, all in Wood couniv, Ohio, couniiu intt 2 bl acres of bin I. U. K. G L' V K U, Sheriff. J AUKS Ml'IIHAY. Itttv. Aug. 1, l.ll--la'j5.l2l. - i I .u.ii. .vutn i' . t i Haiu.ah C. Ostr.im, i-laintiir. vs. Henry J. Ostram, ; iiet'en.liint. 1 & a v ikkI I ounly GIiio: t ourt ol t oinnion l leasj I -ll for Hivorce. u detend.mt. il -i.ry J. U '". will take notice that tint I'biiiitiil. 11 tniialt C. G.stiam, on t lie .'7t ,i ... ' .. lxi ,:i.,a : ., i. ,,,;,:,. i f,,,'-, div.n'ce livm hiin, und to be reMored lo maiden name of Porter, tin 1 for alimony, alleding j for cause jrross neglect of duty, tin 1 that said peti- t it'll will be for heating at the O.-IoIkt term of court, a it lMil. 1IA . All C . OA i It A . VI, 1! v S. .It i-tKKsoN, her titlv. July 27, 1SUI - t jwCSJ i VDMIXISTUATOK S .NOTICE. Tliu undersitued lias been duly appointed Kectitoref the last will aud teetumcnt et Jautes Rlack, lute of W ood count v, Ohio, decesited. XATIIAX A. hOULE. Pated July Jfh, Ip1-13wJ NEW ADVERTIS'MENTS. , , U b.K.ki This note will be or no use to ,. om, mu myself, ,md I ni pay the finder liber no 1 nliv by iviuriii'ng ur sending it tnmet New West- I i ; of i I of i cf Kir ni. n on t It her said s II E K I F f" 8 SALE. Dolos E. Well, pUinlifT rn. Austin Va Elar- cum et nl ili'fi'mlnnt.i. Tt.r virtuft nf an orili-r of rnilv ismipit In the sbovo rmisp by tlm clerk nf tlio court of onmmnn jilens nf WikkI rnuntv. Oliin. nnil to mo Hirocted nnJ duliv- cretl, I will nfler fur mils nt public vrmlm nt the flmr of the court limine in tho town of l'errysburg, WihiJ cnuntr, Qhin, nn Satiuiliiv Aupust .list, 1851, between the beurg of 10 o'clock n. in. end 2 o'clock p. in. nf tint d iv, the fnllmving limli and torn" nu n!, tn-wil: Tlio ninth -west yt of the neulh-wpst ('rarliiiniil 'x nf noctinn nuiub;r !!, township num ber 4, nnrtli of raiure nninlier 1 1 enst, in WihaI Cn., Ohin, containing ilS 77-101! -I'-resnf bin 1. Apiiraia ed nt t jtio. (J. K. OL'VIilt, Khoiiff. DnntiK eV, Tvt.KR, nttvu. Aug. 1. 1811 I.)w5-; 05. II E K I F V ' H HA L E . biieinU ii N'vinnn, rt nl vs. Cyrenim Oimiloll et ol. liy virtue nf nn nrdor of sale isKiiod in the nbove eiuso bv the fink nf the cnurt of cnniuvn plvnn of AVo d enuiitv, Ohin, nnil tn ni" directed n,id do liveivd, 1 will nll'r fur sale nt Public Vendno nt the iliinmrthc conn hnuie in tlio town of l'crrysburjt, Wood count v, Oliin, on S itnr lay August P.lst, lSfil , bi'twoi't) the hours nf p) o'clock n. in. nnd 2 o'clork p. in. ofth.it day the following described hinds nnd tenements, tn-wit: The nortli-enst . nf section num ber 2S, tiovnshlp number 0, north of range number 12 east, in Wood county, Ohfci, nnd the north of the soulh-cjst )i of Siiino seclinn, town nnd rnnyo. J. E. tiUVKH, Sheritr. Tami:s McanAY, nttv. Aug. 1' lsiil- I3i:j 13 l)OAI NOTICE. Xntico is hereby piven that i iiiiiilicalion b ;h been made tn the ('ninniission crs of Wand county for the view nn l survey nf n County Hnad, eininii .'ncing nt the n w cor of sec .18, town 0, I'linge 1 1 east; thence w on sec line to the n )v cor nl' sec 111, sain.' town: also to vacate thnt pui-tion ol'a diagonal road on tlie e i v i koc '20 1 i . , ,., -u. I nl v 2i, lSlil l.lwo .. A NOTE LOST. The nndersigm.'d lest a note Liven by L.iskcv, I'rutt Sl Co., fur the sum of one him hvd mi l tilty dollars. It was piven Sept. IS, IS'il), ntl.l bad oil-.1 en lorseinenl of SKI. d one Held. 11.1,1AM 11LS.S Held. ,lu!v 111, ISr,l-11wI" ' OTICI'h Notice is hereby piven that the nnd- l i erscrned lias neen appiiiiiU'il nn nssiffnee ot t,s in' tlt. hnsut ,s;j (,r nu'rehandising in tho o. , r.., .... ...... ...! ..i...il. i:.... it k'...,..D i i town of lVm-shunr. Wood ciuintv. Ohio. All ci-od itors ol saul deo. 1!. Keeps nre requested to present taeir cliiinia to (he assignee at 1 i rrysourg, Ohio, ns soon us possiuie. h. at'i.Mv, Assicnoo. .1 illy S, lSlil-l!wl?l 25. AMI PilOVI.SION STORE ijow Pi-iccS and Etc:nJy Pay ITuvinar nurchnserl tho entire sioek ofOKOC'ER IK.S fonir.'rlv owned by Geo. V. llollenbeck'I w ill coiUuiuo business AT THE OLD STAND, Where, having replenished the Stock with a large una ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT, I am now prepared to supply tho citizens of Perrys burg, and siiiToiiinling country with (.i'ocoi stul Provisions, Of tho chrirfst kinds nnd at the cheapest possible prices. Those wisliieg to purchase anything in inv line will find it to their advantage to give rue it call, us cvurviiiing i sen win uu SOLD AT THE VKItY LOWEST PRICES I have on baud, also, a largo nnd well selected stock ot BOOTS AND SHOES, which I warrant to cive satisfactinn or no Sale. Ick! lei:! let'.'. 1 have on band a large supplv nf choice Lake lee, which in.iv be obtained at alt tiiius cn reasonable tenus. ;?"All kinds of products taken in rxebanpre for glWlK. J. J. Wlitili rerrysburg, Xov. 29, lS;!0-tf N CV fiOt)I)iAT M'.W WliSTli'lKM)! An entire stock of New Goods have recently been op .'tied by the subscriber, cunaistiug of all the vari eties of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! Il.its and Caps, Crocevies, tjoaps, Candles. H.trdwnr.'', Nails, Puttv. White Lead, Shot. CcfleiN I'owdiT, Tea , Sugar, Molasses, Boots. Shoes, l!otui"ts, Furs, Candies, Cloves, (linger, Spice, Cinnamon, Raisins, Lssenees, Nutmegs, White Fish, Cod Fish, Flour, Meal, and numerous other articles on hand, to be sold FOB READY PAY ONLY ! as this is the onlv method which allows the mer chant to sell CUEAl. Wheat, Corn, Barley, Buckwheat, PotatiC3, Apples, Butter, Lard, Beeswax, Beef, Pork, Hides, Skins, Furs Belts. Staves. Hoop l'oles,ic. will be purchased or taken for (lords. A. E. JEROME. N. B. I shnll ulsn be connected with the, Stor age, Forwarding nnd Coiiiuiissinii Business of pi it-e, an I hope to merit the confidence and appro bation of the people. A. K. JEROME. May, l-'ildy. IS E W INSTITUTION The subscriber has established nn Agricultural Machine Warehouse in 1'crrvshurg. lie will able i furnish the Farmers, and all others in ot aitii l.'.s in Ins line, with any and every kind Machine or Farming Implement desired, on the reasonable fei ins ; iiiuliul'.ng in part ot the lollow ing articles: Kirbv's American Harvester. Ball's Heaping ami Mewing Machines, Wool's Mowing Machines, Hubbard's' Mowing Machines, Pitt's Threshing Machines, Grain Drills, Separators, Ilorso Powers &, PoruM. S cam Engines. Also, all the bst stvles and patterns 'of Flows, Harrows, Horse Hoes, Cultivators Shovel Blows, Subsoil Blows, Th.'nnoiii''ter Churns, Road Seraners, WlK'el-lt.irrnws, Corn Slu lU rs, Vanning Mills, Straw Cutters, Suirur Kvapiiraturs, Clover Hullers, Home liakes, Scvtlivs and .Snaths, Shovels mi l Hoes, Cradles, Sowing Machines, Wujrons, Ac., Ac., KVEltV VAHIKTV OK S (J A L J5 S . 1 Fairbank's patt-.-ni. And every description W."l ami Iron Wurkiiiff and other Machinery LOWICST l'UICE. Call uul exiimins stock price. 1. KltKl'S. Perrysburg, June 2-itli, 1861 8m3. Q O A L OIL , Coal Oil Coal Oil, Coal New Supply, Kew Supply, New Supply, Itevr Supply; Only T5 cents per gallou! Oiily 75 cents per gallont Only 75 cents per gallon! Only 75 cents per At the Drug Store, At the Drug Store, At Ihe Drug Stir, At the Drug "Come til and try it, And you'll e'er buy it." FECK HAMILTON. GOODS & GROCERIES. this bo of most Ac. of at and Oil, gallon! Store; f ET THE WORLD READ. FOR THE BEST fc CHEAPEST GOODS oo to the stcre or W. J. II ITCH CO OK. KKW coons I kf.w noons 1 new fiooim I kkw noons I NEW GOODS 1 NEW 1'tUCESl KLW r KICKS NKW I'KICKS NEW PHICFJ I NKW rnicKit NEW FBICiWt VBW PRICES I new uoons NEW QOOOSl The largest stocks of goods erer off ered in this market, embracing an endless variety of article STAl'LE. FAXCY AXD FASHIONABLE, In the selection of which no effort has been spar ed to render it ns attractive us possible, is now be ing opened at tlie CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE of W. J. Hitchcock, on the corner of Front and Lou isiana Avenue, rerrysburg, Ohio. QUALITY is the LEST TEST of CIIEAP.VESS. Inspection nnd Comparison will prove that for ra riety, elegance, richness, cheapness, benuly and quantity, tiiis stock is unsurpassed by auy now of fered in the West. LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS I In this department great advantage mav bo obtain ed by close cash buyers, from the fact that the goods are baugbtfor cash directly of the eastern dealers nn l iniinulitettireiN, and all imported goods nrebo't at just what it costs to import tl.cai, hence lie cud, tidbrd to tell goods at .MUCH LOWEK PRICES than goods aro generally sold, which is an item of great interest to the people of Wood county. A suf llicicnt in diiccment, we take it, to make Perrra.-. burg (As trading point. HEADY MADE CLOTIUXO t In this department, wi have the largest nnd most complete le-semnent in Northern Ohio. Hade up Recording to the latest fashions and In the most sub stantial manner, warranted to give the very best satisfaction, or no sale. HARDWARE, CROCERIES, &C. Those wishing to purchase anything in this lino w ill find it to their advantage to pjy in- Store a visit before purchasing elsewhere. The n'tteutinn of tlio public is respectively invited to mv extensive stock, feeling assured it will be time profitably spent. Et7"Produce takcu iu exchange for goeds. W. ,T. HITCHCOCK, rerrysburg, January 2d, 1801, GRA? OPENING O P STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, Boots, Shoes, C l o t ii i n o, Crockery and Glassware, WOODEN WARE, HARDWARE, Farming Tools, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. Iv.idlcs' Dress Goods, New, Chaste, Iiieli and Elegant Pattern, Just received by A. G. WILLIAMS & I3R0, Sugars, Amber Syrup; African, Rio and Java Codecs, Layer and Seedless Raisins, very nice, Prunes and Currauts, GLASS, DYE-STUFFS, SPICES, Kerosene Oil. Tea at SO cents, and $1 tea for 75 cents; try it. Prime- Live Geese Feathers, Retailed from $1 V lb UP Mackerel and Cod Fish, Looking Glasses, cto. CLOTHING, HATS AND CArS, Kcvr Spring and Summer stylos, Strong and Cheap for Cash; for sale by Williams, GOODS AT SECESSION TRICES FOR THE LADIES. French Printed Iturtges, very cheap. French Printed Organdies, beautiful designs. Gingham Lawns, Printed Law ns, Printed Bril liantcJ, all entirely new styles. Mourning Goods, Embroideries, Beregc do Laines, Summer Dress Silks, Lii.cn Lustres, Vulencias, Foulard Silks, Marseille" Luwn Robes, Organdie Robes, Grenadines, Cuallics, Counterpanes, Napkins, Doylies, Damusk Cloths, Ruffling, Edgings, Moreens, Flannels, Lac Veils, Cotton Sheetings, Dress Heltons aud Trimmings, a handsome assort ment, all new. Bonnets and Ribbons, Misses' and Cliildrens Flatg and Mats, Parasols, the newest and richest out ) Shawls of every description, Mantillas aud Raglans: pleuse call and examine b for purchasing e'sew here. Fisn! Fieu! A good supply of all kinds con stantly kept oo baud at cur store. l2TProduce taken la exchange for good. A. G. WILLIAMS 6s. BRO. Sad door from the post offlot.