uch troops as could be spared to reenforce him. Ord was to move on Iuka from the north; while Rosecwo miles. Disappointed in clearing no guns from Ord's column, lie did not choose to push his four ba shot had been fired from the direction whence Ord's advance had been confidently expected — the excuse for this being that Ord had only expected to attack after hearing the sound of Rosecrans's guthe north-west prevented his hearing at all.
Ord had been watching a Rebel demonstration from threat.
Next morning, hearing guns in his front, Ord moved rapidly into Iuka, but found no enemy theretreated on the Fulton road during the night.
Ord, leaving Crock er's brigade to garrison Iuka, rto his own headquarters at Jackson, withdrawing Ord's division to Bolivar.
Rosecrans had in and abHurlbut was joined and ranked, next morning, by Ord. The Rebel advance, having crossed the Hatchie river at Davis's bridge, were encountered by Ord and driven back so precipitately that they were un
North Carolina, Burnside's operations in, 73-81.
O'Brien, Col., killed in New York by rioters, 506.
O'Connor, Col., 2d Wise., killed at second Bull Run, 189.
Ohio, Gen. Buell commands the Army of the, 212.
Ohio, Morgan's raid into, 405; Ohio Democracy vs. President Lincoln, 493.
Oliver, Col., at the siege of Corinth, 225.
Olustee, Fla., Gen. T. Seymour defeated at. 531.
Opdycke, Gen., his heroism at Franklin, 682.
Opequan, Va., Sheridan's victory at, 606.
Ord, Gen. Edward O. C., at Iuka, 223; at Vicksburg, 315; at Petersburg, 784.
order of American Knights, their organization and designs, 556.
Oreto, or Florida, a Rebel corsair, 643.
O'Rorke, Col., killed at Gettysburg, 388.
Osterhaus, Gen. P. J., at the capture of Fort Hindman, 293; at Vicksburg, 312; with Sherman on his great march from Atlanta to Savannah, 689 to 695.
Ox Hill, Va., Jackson strikes Reno at, 188.
Paine, Col. Halbert E., 4th Wise., refuses to expel colore