Burlington Daily Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - September 2, 1862, Burlington, Iowa TBE UV C. 10 - K 1M Molk CM Two matU 4 - H. AT LAW AKO 0*M M. D. 10K~10 A 4.1_______ ADD AT LAW ui Omm T. W. Bensa In td Buret Y AT LAW WHl to of of And HL ATTORNEY AT of Mml W. MiMr ol Uw Pen i ton uil ua of ro all tM amn u bu ALL that ven nor or low oc may And It O. F. AT LAW AHD 0. B. orar 0�yr�r AT W AWy A lariat aa tba THla to aU tba Uada and LoU In la prepared to giro w Oa of asd 1-dly & BURLINGTON DAILY by c. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1862 ELEVENTH H AMD AT Ana in No. A new Barrel a. 0. a. a. i. BEN AT sew over the las 1. EXTRACTING TEETH WITH OCT In seed of Santal will Bad aa at tha Id auad os orer Shoe we are to do all of work In our oa BUrar ana an Pro. teeth tlM to and keen from further Work low to aaH and D. 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Pope's statement that corps would move on the enemy st is confirmed by heafy firing in that Rumors various reach but need Yesterday were seen at near Chain Every has been taken to prevent surprise in that The in pression prevails that the rebels have been and the result of recent man is looked for corps came up with the enemy's rear about 10 7 miles from and found Stonewall fighting with Mc Dowell or or oa the Our informant said nothing resulted from this day's had not very Others who left the field at 4 that success decidedly in favor of the Union which pushed the rebels on both An impression prevailed that the reserve of Lee's supposed to be from twenty to forty thousand might appear on the Tbe railroad bridge baa been repaired to Dull and are being transported to Before evacuating the rebels paroled 700 Union This included 500 of Taylor's brigade and the Aug. Pope's conduct is highly praised in Government and other Nearly 1,000 Government clerks repaired to the battle field to attend to the dead and wounded on both Gen Wadsworth took all becks here and sent them to transport sick and The following is gathered from private night report reached Warrenton Junction that Jackson was again in our rear and hsd taken position on the Railroad near 4 miles south of burned two railroad tore up track and taken prisoners all the guard along the This information subsequent events proved advices from up to S p m contradict the reports regarding tbe burning of bridges and destruction of property in that at 3 p. m. bad possession Forty-three wago of stores left here Saturday for the A Dumber of have also 10:65.-The enemy was heavily reinforced and attacked Pope's army before Sumner and Franklin The attack was and a battle The advantage on tbe whole was with the and Pope fell back to Centerville with his whole army in good and being joined by Sumner and he occupies the in the of and is expected promptly to renew the Every shoald lie used to forward There is intense anxiety here to get particulars of the recent but reports are so indefinite as not to justify Gen. Schenck arrived to day severely wounded in the right The following are some of the casualties in the recent battle Col. Col. Brown reported received to-night indicates that there has been little if any fighting Our army is well concentrated and tbe mea are in good aod Aug. 30.-Heavy firing heard to day in direction of Telegraphic communication has been re established to There is still a large number of troops in Alexandria awaiting to the battle Kiw Aug. meagre intelligence Iron with known activity in government and departure of surgeons great are circulating of both good and bad has been throughout tba mingled with a ai caused by meager accounts of the The incomplete have been into S Aug. here equals first battle of Bull are } in the papers for people to give for aad a large sum of money also A train of 3 doable with contributed by citizens for the use of the left to-night Mayor Wightman and large corps of Volunteer also left for Va. War WaB ( Gen. bia own those temporarily and to Gen. McCIellan commands that portion of tbe army of the Potomac that has not been aent forward to Gen. Gen. Pope the army of and all the forces temporarily Attached to it- The forces are under command of Gen. gen. banks supposed to be cut off. Battle Aug. 31.-On Friday p. m. the rebels drove in our with the aod 7Ist moved and after throwing a few enemy retreated rapidly beyond one gnn Manson for the Saturday morning advanced with two regimente and four and coming up with the an artillery fight with heavy loss on both The enemy attempted to turn our left when sharp fighting occurred between the The Indiana advanced a dense fire of shot and shell to the relief of onr and behaved like old but the rebels finally turned our left flank and in full force on our Honson then ordered a retreat and fell back three formed line of battle on the high got artillery in position on the right and left and the artillery fire and was kept up briskly on both After fighting about two hours the enemy advanced on our right Bank under cover of and after severe fighting succeeded in turning it. Retreat immediately took place to tbe original Here Gen. Nelson came up and after great efforts succeeded in rallying tbe men and formed another line of Our artillery and ammunition was nearly exhausted and some guns were left a man to all having been killed and Nelson was abont 8 p. m. when the men again fell retreating to The enemy's forces numbered from 1S,000 to 20,000. The Federal forces engaged were the 96th 12tb, 16th, and 7l3t and and The loss in killed and on both sidsa is not yet Lieut Col. Topping and Major of the 71st are both Gen. Wright left this evening to take the Gen. Lew Wallace leaving tonight to join bis 31.-HcDomq^t reached this city this evening from and reports 125 killed and SCO wounded in He obtained permission from General Kirby Smith to come here for a supply of medical and hospital Lieut Col. Col. and including many others of the 96th are Major is and Col. Lucas is An equal number of the Confederates are killed and Aug. night the bells were rung snd all citizens were ordered out and slept on their Major General and - are in The Federal force in Lexington ia fully in case the rebels make an Aug. 31.-A Bowling Green says a large rebel under Buckner is at Tbe rebels destroyed the telegraph today at the State off communication with Gov. Morton and suite arrived at this Considerable excitement in the AT Sept 1.-Tbe Washington dated This the that a great battle was No hu been and no of a renewal of tba except that a dated 10:30 a. of heavy firing being beard in tbe of Bristow Thia is beld In tbe highest quarters here to have been tbe noise by the blowing ap of it is cutoff with bia Rebel prisoners at Fairfax awaiting to concur as doea information from all that tbs whale rebel army was Its no me of at less than 160,000, aad many estimates them at 200,-000 or 300,000. also say that they were promised an easy and speedy march into were certain to be there within a Deities Aug. To Major for the first a letter from C. S. near 2d fell under charging Brigadier General O. N. Fitch with having murdered in cold blood two peaceful I have bo claim to the plain but am doubtless tbe officer alluded Some journal lauded me during tbe late White River for the banging of two General Lee censures me for the same supposed act. Tbe praise and censure are alike and tba charge in both ate the shadow of In many more of them have deserved different treatment Not a Bian was by the noder my except in fair I am very Tour obedient N. Colonel 4
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