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VOL. 1. AUGUSTA, ME., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1870. NO. 185.
^Untulut Journal. Published on Water, Foot of Court Street, AUGUSTA. MAINE. BY SPKAGIE, OWES A SASII. pailn Jumubft Journal Is issued every morning, except Sundays. Can tains the latest'news by telegraph and mail, gives reports of the Markets,and lias carefully pre pared political and local articles, and a generous amount of farming, home and miscellaneous read ing with a full compilation of State news. ' Terras, #7 per annum in advance; #- 11 payment s not made within the year. Single copies f cents, to be had at the bookstores and at this 11 nice. Advertisements one iuch in length, three in sertions or less. #1.W; 4* cts. for every subsequent insertion. Longer advertisement -. or those inserted for any considerable length of time, will be inserted at I.Ivorsblc terms ty the advertiser. Special Notices io per cent, additional. Amusement Notices, il per square per week. Mlecltla iicnncbcc Journal, Published every Wednesday morning, Is the largest folio paper In the State, containing now-i, politiuul article-, agricultural ami seientitlc matter, tales, poetry, anecdote?, liou-ehuM recipe*, market-, Ac., Ac. Terms #2 per annum in advance Transient Advertisements, #1 •>» per inch for flr.st week ; 2 » cents per week tor each subsequent insertion. Special Notices, #2.00 per inch for first week; 50 cents per week tor each subsequent week. Business Notices, in reading coluiuus, 20 cents per line for ilr-t insertion ; 10 cents per line tor each subsequent insertion. All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. Music in Glasses. rpilK ,ul>.cnber would inform hi- friend* and the I public of Aue'u-ta and vicinity, that be pro p,.-v- to teach Piano; al-o ringing in cln**e«. Clashes on Piano to consist ol »*ix pupil** each. I’lii' -\ -lent It i' many advantage.'*, and the expense |,—private lemons. Private lessons given if preferred. Would al*o invite the attention ol the public to the II. F. MILLER PIANOS ! For sale at his Music Jloooi, North’s Block, OPI’URITE CUNY IKiCfK. The use of these Pianos In many public institu tion-ami -chools has gained for •hem an enviable reputation, and throughout the country they are becoming the most popular Pianos manufactured. Clas-e- arranged on application at Music lioom or Re-id m e. IK WiiUhroi. Mrect. M. 0. MILL1KEN, Teacher of Music. apr2ttt2in__________ Cutlery and Plated Ware! A full assortment of Table and M9orkti Cttllery, Scl»»mr» TE.I TH.11% »‘r. Also Plated Tea Net*. lee Pitcher*. Goblets, Knives, Spoons, Forks and Castors ol the best quality, at PIERCE’S CROCKERY STORE, Xo. Pill Water Slr.tl - - Augusta. mavittf_____ J, JgT LIDO < 6., Millwrights and Machinists, ASl) MAM FACTU KLttS OF Ladd’s Excelsior Turbine Wheel. CIRCULAR AND UPRIGHT BOARD SAWS Manufactured at the lowest ea.-h prices. Planing and Sawing, In all its branches done in a workmanlike manner ORNAMENTAL BRACKETS* Of every description, furnished on short notice. Shop on Water St., Gardiner, Me. J. E. LAUD, fapr36-3m W. S. BliAXX* Picture Frames! CHR0M08, BRACKETS, ALBUMS! Ait1*) cVo*^ In Large Variety. Picture Frame* of any size made to order at short notice at Hendee's Photograph Rooms, Opposite Post Office, Augusta. tj»inc‘*2-tf MWIIOOI), 151th Edition. 4 MEDICAL ESSAY on the Cause ami Cute ol j'V i'reimtture Decline, show ins how health islost •uni how rcK.iinuti. It Hives a clear Synopsis of the Impediments to M.vuitiAiii:. the trealment of St:n vol S and l’HVSK'AL IJKHIUTY, STKKII.ITY. An., and the remedies therefor,—the results of twenty years’ successful practice. ... , ... " “There it* no member ol society by whom this hook will not he found useiul. whether such person holds the relation of Parent. Preceptor, or Clergy man.”—Jjowlon AfeilictU Times ami (iasette. *« ‘Manhood.’ The experience and reputation ol I»r. Curtis in the treatment of the disease* «et forth iu tiii> little pamphlet is the patient's guarantee, and well deserves for the work its immense circu lation.’1'—Daily Times. sent hv until on receipt of .10 rents. Address the Author Hit. CfliTls, 11 Chapman sire. I. Bos ton, Mass. mar2H.leotl.lm A F. MORSE. PHOTOGRAPHER Water Street, Hallowed, Maine. gjr Ambrotypes and Card Photographs taken in the best style. Pictures copied to any size. Al bums and Frames constantly on hand and for sale. ly23 Stevens’ Condition Powders! I'or llufM'a and Callli1. rjMIE Best Powders ever discovered. All we ask is one trial and people will he convinced. Price only 25 cents per package. CHAS. K. STEVENS Manufacturer and Proprietor, 127 Bridge St., East Cambridge, Mass. For sale by A. C. DANA, 7 Union Block, Au gusta. ipP1 bath hotel, By O. M. Plummor, HATH. ME. Board, - - $1 per Bay. flljau-ly Bitters ! Bitters ! 30 R. BE WIVETT'S CELEBRATE I > JAUNDICE BITTERS! ARE THE SUREST CUKE EOR Liver Complaint, Jaundiee, * Dizziness, Indigestion, Nervous Debility, Loss of appetite, Dyspepsia, Headache, &c., To which all person* arc more or le ss subject iu String and Summer. Ain; mm,\ vegetable; AikI composed of some of the bc.-t UOO I S tmd 1IKUUS in the world. Try Them. They are Warranted to do as Recommended ! Price, SO Cents per Bottle. PREPARED AND SOLD ONLY I5Y Johnson Brothers, OPP. POST OFFICE, : AUGUSTA, ME. HARNESSES if HARNESS GOODS Of' every Description. WE are still JAM FACIT lUS'i; ALL CLAs.-l.s OK IIA It.MISSES, Vm*yin.g 111 l*rlco from 017.0O to SjtXOO.OO ! W¥rE tin nut keep jinv until'.- . t l. lnal.il llarny-s. l.ut lutviiift bail nineta-n vein-'.- , xperifii.-.' in ininiu » la. lui tok ev.-r. varu’ty >»t' Il.irn... ...la ami the lo.-aler ... Ibal 1mm b.r tin. people ol Au.ni.ta ami v i<-ill 11 \ , will let the u.. 1.. > amlwintbol <wir .thmI-tv-i upon jh, ,r ow-omeni. As we keep a larger number "t vvmkuoD and consequently a largei unit greater variety oj manufactured work than anv iirin in our lint* in this *‘ity . we invite al^ui want ot vuch goods to call before purchasing, hearing in mind that we keep no Harnesses niaiiutactured l«\ ouiet tiim- lor " hole bale trade but m tuufai lure all our goods and warrant them to give bat induction. COLLER & GARDINER, (Opposite Cony House. 113 Water Street, Augusta. T M U W BC ® . Don’t pay two profits on yonr Trunks, but buy at the only place in Augusta where they are manufactured AT COLLER & GARDINER’S Augusta Trunk Factory ! sign or tiro “ HIO TXIUNK.” We manufacture all Dili Trunks, nr.d a our retail trade in Augusta and neighboring towns is very large wetinkc them special!, for that trade and warrant then. They are no slop work, not cracked and have g.I leek- We letter nidi iii'-i . 1- and deliver ... tlieei.ywitlio.it extra eliaige. W e also iminnlaet.ire V\l l.-l’s and . A Itl’l.TIt \< — "i even style, and keep eon-tantlj on hand the large-t andbl ’t stork :V f miles" and Dent’- Tit WKl.I.ISi. ItA.iS, Mi\WI. sflilK it. the city, and sclltliem.it srKl'IE I’UU'KS. **' Remember U.u place, Sign of the “ Big Trunk,” - 143 Water Street. Opposite fatty Haute. f'hiprtf COLM.KB A' O.t tC Dt.Xtitl. Great Reduction .— IN TIIK I’KlCtS of - BOOTS * SHOES! The subscriber, having a splendid stock of IIooIk ami Shoes on hand, «ill soil the same at the VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES ! The stock consists of the usual variety kept m a I store of the kind. li t 1)11'.S' and OENTlalSMEX’li, JIISSKV and (IllIiUUEAS BOOTS and SHOES!; Constantly receiving from tlio mamifSietnreis, and ! will be sold cheap, cheaper than the cheapest. .1 . II . Ia O W , lOO WATEll KI., Aimmitn, Me. N. B.—Uentlemou’s Cull' l!oot» one dollar less than at any oilier ptore. ;uiayJi-din WiJJTED! I .FARMERS and llunlerp having prime Mm* Skin* on baud will iiud a caph customer cl highept market price by seuding them to *1 ki J. 11. cV CO., James H. Leigh, DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic DRYGOODS Al.so, AUKNT KOK Wheeler & Wilson’s Sowing Maelliues - iVEERLK^ and all Tools adapted to the Ma chines, couFtuntly on hand. tVafrr St., itallondl, Me. flapr-U' CUSHNOC HOUSE. Corner ..Jl_ and jl ty »w Wintnrop State Sts., _A runista. Me. T. B. BA L LARD, : : Proprietor. Guests u.«ien to and from the Cars and Boats Freo. HORSES AND CARRIAGES TO LET. tljnUtO-om Trun 13Lb ! Trun Xsls ! THE PLACE TO HUY I*rcncU, Eugono, Solo Ijcntlior, And all kinds of common T R A V E L LING T R XT Ns" Jv S ! Also, Ladies’and Gent*’ TRAVELLING x SHOPPING RAGS, i« at HAMILTON & TURNER’S, 135 Water Street. | The Ttiaht Place to bnv vour HARNESSES, and get the celebrate*! Ot NN H AU,MsS. is at HAMILTON A TURNER'S, 1*5 WATER STREET. The cheapest place to buy WHIPS, CURRYCOMBS, BRUSHES BLANKETS, SCltf lNGI.ES, HAL TEltS, AC., is at HAMILTON & TURNER'S, 135 WATER STREET. HARNI For Business, Pleasure, Teaming, Manufactured from (iOOT) OAK 'Vo would remind the public that our Harness to< four in number. Al.-o the flr-t premium at fin- lat- ' As our customers are daily informed that our them and the generally* to call and examine fered in this city, and we \\ ili convince them that we for the same amount of money, and if we don’t hat notice. Sample- of < .old < ,i)f‘ Oroide Silver. Covert* our salesroom, NO. 172 MIDDLE sTIlEET. For H; * Hamilton 135 WATER STREET, - tllfeb-tf OPPOSITE DEERE BATH TIBS, COPPER BOILERS, Water Closets, Wash Basins, HHA88 & I’LATED WAKE, Cast Iron Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, And every article pertaining to numbing kept con stantly on hand and fur sale at H. R. STRATTON’S, Corner Bridge A Water Streets. Under Hunt’s Hat Store. N. H. Plumbing in all its branches done in a neat and thoiough manner. Particular Attention Paid to Jobbing. tl2apr-tf _ PURE SPERM, CASTOR, OLIVE. NEATS-FOOT, and ESSENTIAL OlI*S id all kinds, at Johnson Brothers. MOSES M. SWAN, Watchmaker and Jeweller, > X H > > Z S His Stock embraces a line liue of American and Swiss Watches, in gold and silver ea.e, including the celebrated National or Elgin Watch, Waltham. Tremont, Hoi iniin. lloiinell. l’ardeatix, .lacot, Sc., in both La dies’ and gentlemen’s sizes. Fine Gold 3" ewelry, Solid Gold Leoniton Vest and Neck Chains, STERLING A. COIN SILVER GOODS, FINE PLATED WAKE, SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES, of the most approved kinds. CLOCKS or ALL K1XDS, including the celebrated ITHAC A CALENDAR uli of which will be sold at the Lowest Prices, and Warranted. Particular attention given to repairing all kinds ol Fine Watches. Chrouotnctcr Itufances applied ami adjusted to temperature and position. tljan70-tf DR, A. H. CHAMBERLAIN, DENTAL SURGEON, 150 WATETl NTltKKT, Augusta, - - Maine. Mak.'* the successful treatment of all di.-ea-e** <d llu‘ mouth and teeth a specialty, employing all the latent and bc>t Improvement* in the method of till ing with gold and all proper material. I I-crated teeth permanently cured, ami their decayed and broken down crowns tilled and built up to their original shape and beauty. Toothache Curotl Without Extracting! Great improvement in the method of constructing and titling ARTIFICIAL TEETH. DR. CHAMliEltEAIN is inserting a large num ber of sets of these leetli, which for beauty, dura bility and adaptation, cannot be surpassed any where The plate w ill not sl u t ->r drop down, and is warranted to III perfectly. AU are im tied to call and examine specimens oi leetii made on red, pink and white rubber. EftESU CAS EVEBY DAY. fmayC tf ESSES ! Trucking:. Carling: A Expressing. OCK. Hml liytlir ln-t "I wm-kinm. ik fill llin prrmiunid ofl'rrefl fit Fir Ja-I Mato Fair— r\v England Fair. . Harnrssri arr Manhino Mitih.'il—ivo nnnM invito he largest stook nf rsmlv-mnde Harnessot over of lliako the I •• l HAND STITCHED work l., I r had on hand what i« wanted, ran make it nt -ln.il , 1 anil Jatianned Trimrnod llanir - nmv hr -ron at HENRY DUNN & SON. tie l>y tfc Turner, - AUGUSTA, MAINE *G & HOLWAY S. A New Era in Piano Fortes! HAS now become an c-tablished fact, acknow ledged b\ the bc*t judges of music, in all parti ot the country, that the Mathushek Piano, Is bound to take the lead for Rich, Pure, and Powerful Tone ! Which .-peaks for itself m notes of triumph overall other-. TBe Reason of this Great Superiority is apparent to all who carendly examine the pecu liar mechanism of the so instruments in The Kqua I i£in;; Scale, which distribute* the tension of the strings upon all parts of the frame, relieving the instrument from concentrated strain in any one part, lliu- securing much greater strength, durability, and power ot keeping in tuue, The Greater Length of Strings, through all the treble and middle notes, the distri bution ol' strings upon tbe lAneur itridge, w hioh runs the whole length of the sounding board, giving greatly Increased Power of Vibration throughout its entire length, producing a purer tone and better accompaniment to the voice than any other instrument. All interested are invited to call on I. C. IIOVEY, At lOO Water Street, and examine for them selves, where the above named instruments can be seen and heard, and will be kept tor sale. Also a lot of very flue tone,l VESTRY ORGANS & MELODEONS! BEST IN THE C'Ol'NTK\ . 109 Water St., I. C. IIOVEY. * fl9apr*tf USERENNE’S PAIN KILLING 2VTAC3-IC OIL. !_r “ IT WORKS LIKE A CHARM."-as 1L;aI'i:k— Kenne'- Pain-Killing Magic nil cures Headache! Kenne’* Pain-Killing Magic oil cures Toothache Kenne’- Pain-Killing Magic < >il cure - Neuralgia ! Kenne’s Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Cholera Mor bus ! Kenne’.* Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Rheumatism 1 Kenne’? Pain-lvilliug Magic Oil cures >kiu diseases borne folks seem to be proud of telling how “lame their shoulders arc’’—of • my crick in the back”—or 1 have got the sciatica,”— and delight in bragging that ‘ nothing can cure me !”— but when we gi t such •awful folk-” to use KEANE’S PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL. faithfully, we not only cure their lamene?* uud charm away their pains, but we ac tually take all that kind of brag out of them !’’ and they ’ frankly own up, aud say, “It works like a charm!” Sold bv all Druggists, Merchants and Grocer*. It is put up in three sizes, and called •‘Trial size,” “Medium Size.” and “Large Family size” bottle*. WM. KENNE, Solo Proprietor and Manufac turer, Pm *rn i i>. M v*s. Wholesale and retail in Augusta by Marshall Whittled, Grocer. ly27eov\ Shooting Tackle. n. w . Losro, SUCCESSOR TO M. LET AND, a-TJISr SMITH And Dealer in Shooting Tackle of Every Variety. Rifles and Shot Gun* made to order and war ranted. old shot Guns litnmed out smooth and made to shoot thick and strong. Also, Ammunition of the nicest quality. He pair iut; (lone Neatly and Promptly. Hlaatlng Powder* Tin* best quality and largest stock ever kept in litis market . For sale at Factory prices. Country Dealers supplied in auy quantity or quality tit dis count. ljaii-ly W. L, HALL, M, Dm I>li.yssician .V Surgeon, GARDINER, MAINE. Oflice, over PARSONS & HAI.F1 S Dry Goods Store. Hours tVom }»to 12 A. M and *2 to ti t . M. \ DK. G. F ItltlCKltTT, ( \ „,rnH»n IU'luitno... | Ul. „ „ Him.. f August* tlm-june*23* ___ A Free Gift «> iU / HILL’S RRE1.HAT1C PILLS. To Rheumatic, Neuralgia and Gout subjects* a sample box of these Pills will be given by F. W. Kins man. Water St., Augusta, and for sale by all Apothecaries at 25 cents per box; 5 boxes $1. 0. A. HILL, Proprietor hHimar-dui COliTLANU ME. ittisccUamu V VISIT TO BILL KIN. The Battle-field as it is To-Uay. A correspondent visiting Hull Hun writes as follows, under date of Sunday, July 10: This is nearly the ninlh anniversary of the battle of the first Hull Run. and T write these opening lines at the Robinson House, where the hottest battle was con centrated. This day, Sunday, two weeks will be the exact annivi r.-ary of the battle. How time flics! It is a beautiful day, not quite so warm as the day of the battle and we all looking at maps and soft boiled eggs under Robinson's shed, with old Airs. Robinson looking down at us benev olently. “Mrs. Robinson,” said one of the ladies, “were you frightened when you saw they were going to light a battle round your house “Dear, dear, honey," says Airs. Robin son, “1 was so frightened that J can't tell you nothing about it. '1‘eared like l had done so many sins, they sent all their ar mies alter iye :t purpo-e that blessed Sab bath day. 1 ji-t got in the cellar and praved, and the ole man ho got under a bridge, and 1 'spent he prayed too. Thau1 Lord for these bright, still Sum!.., - now-a days." Tilt. Oin H<>ad to Hi i.i. Hi n. We paid twenty-live dollars for a line, showy, solid team and two horses, and left Washington with lour persons, one of u- anting as driver, on Saturday alternoon at four o'clock. Couutry roads of a fair sort led us by Hall's Cross Hoads, I’pton Hill, Fails Church, and across the shallow branches of the Aeeotink to Fairfax Court House—fully eighteen miles—where we put up l'or the night at the clean and not expensive tax ern of Major Tyler, a cousin of the deceased President, John lyler, ami formerly commandant of Marines tit Washington Barracks. V l U.LK. Ceutreville is the tmet ruined of all hamlet*. There were originally about thirty houses in it. a majority of which are now mere chimneys standing erect unions' weeds, and several of the houses which remain hate been patched up with logs and planks, so that what stands is, it possible, more forbidding than what is destroyed. At present the only signs of life about Ceutreville seem to he one - ore, one shop, one new church, and one Methodist Sunday-school. There is no tavern in this place, and there seems to be no wells of water in the vicinity, and all the wat r is pulled from the branch, a halt-dry arm ot Hull Run. The site of Ceutreville is one of the noblest in Vir ginia, standing upon the tall spire ot a long crescent-shaped ridge, w hich bristles w ith dry lorls along its whole protile, and makes ‘against the sky a battleuiented horizon, which might almost give sug gestions to an architect. Seven different roads meet at Ceutreville, and in revived times it ought to be a busy place. A t’ STONEBKIDGE. One naturally expects as he approaches a celebrated Held soon alter the event which commemorates it that lie w ill ob serve many vestiges ot the action. There are but tw o battle-lields I have seen w hic h bear out this character—Waterloo, where the loop-holed brick walls of the orchard remain as they were on the day of the light, as well as the blackened ruins of the Chatleau of lloughonmont. the other battle-field is Hull Run, w hich is full of ruin, and the signs of ruin begin from the time you quit Fairfax Court House follow ing the pathol the northern army. In the first place there is Fairfax itsclt partly pulled down; the Court House, widen was loop-holed during three-fourths of the war, still showing the fresh bricks in it; the jail, also loop-holed, and just cm the out-skirts of Fairfax, a few bricks are ly ing upon each other to tell where existed the hamlet of Germantown. About a mile past Fairfax, the good turnpike runs off to Chantilly, the scene of Hope's final defeat, where Stevens and Kearney gave up their lives. Heaving this turnpike, our carriage descended into what is, above all other highway s known to man, a road of ruin—the road to L en freville. A forbidding and lonesome look marks this wide road from a lar distauee. Hike all the old turnpikes of Virginia, it had been built in a staunch manner, with ,1 II.1 III. Ill'll'. pin run in «»*■ middle ol it ; some oi tile stoues white and some veil, hut all large, haul, anil set up endways; and, formerly, this rampart ot rock was covered with clay, sand and gravel, so that it made the broad area ol the load level and like a parade. Mow the material part of the road in the eentn Inis been washed free of all tin1 gravel and the clay, so that it looks like the naked skeleton of a blasti l highway, the hones of a road once merry with life and tink ling with teams. J ho only way to trav el it at all was to take the side-paths, or what are called here the summer roads, which sometimes run pleasantly lor little skips, and then suddenly conic to little promontories of trap rock and outcropping limestone, at which we could sec the la dies looking alarmed from a distance, and nervously holding tight their seats. Hus lnnclv, tiiis desolate, this battle accursed road runs from l airlax almost due west for thirteen miles, passing through Ceu trev illc, and a short distance from Stone* bridge it is barred across its whole length by rails, for Stonebridge is still a ruin after live y ears of peace and all wagons have to take to the fields, making a long detour, and lording Bull ltuu at a point where the loiur, aged, gnarled roots of the oak, elms and hemlocks trum a dautcsi|uc bank against tJio ford, while the other is a dark, succulent and snaky copse, with swamps, grapev inos and vv ilil mixtures ot dogwood, willow aud Virginia creepers. Ilirough this detile, worthy of the pencil of Salva tor lvosti, our city-made carriage moved ; like a London shop hunting in a Bengalee jungle, and directly we plunged to the 1 hubs into Bull Bun, a pretty stream ol redish gmv color, inclined to be muddy, with swampy banks, and crops of core growing closely up to the margin. Be* low ami above, the stream made an aisle of black light under the arch of the trees, and in the current grew bunches of duck weeds, blue stalked tlugs, and other aquatic leaves, the appearance of which indicated snake* beneath them. We made another long detour on the other side, and came to a pair of bars, which again ad mitted us to the turnpike, and here we made inquiries at the Van l’elt House, and then retraced, over the track taken by Tyler’s division, to the celebrated stone bridge. The turnpike was grown up into long green grass, and before we got to the bridge we saw a snake wriggle off before the horses’ hoofs. Close by the bridge we took the horses out of their har ness descended beneath the abutments of the bridge, and proceeded ourselves to cross thd stream by certain stones and lish-boxes which span it. We had no sooner put our feet ou the lirst stones than three black water snakes dropped noiselessly into the water and swam away. A black boy coming by, told us that the stone bridge had become a spot where you are always sure to see snakes, and that sometimes they lie on the tall red abutments, and throw themselves with a lifeless splash into the water. Till'. 1! 1TTI.K-Hll.il. 1 sat by the .single arch of red limestone, broken, grass covered, the parapets of the approaches overgrown—and heard the dark waters sing and curdle along under the natural ledges ot rock, and saw the turn pike barred by worm fences and deep with grass, u here once, in times of peace, the young men rode courting, the buggies rolled to church, the runaway negroes slipped northward by night, the cattle and sheep limped in dusty groves to slaughter, and finally, where great guns rumbled and the troops stacked arms to rest, and thought of dentil close by. All these images were faint by the light of the highway of deso lation. and these appealing abutments stretching toward each other and seeking to spun the river. What a little stream to he known round the world—fordable every few rods, not above sixty feet wide, yet withal a stream of dignity and austerity! | The timber that grew along the half | morasses here and there upon its borders was high and full branching; the morasses themselves were full of rank grass, and the movement of the water was sullen and dull, as if it lot ed to tarry in the dark pools and drew hack from the light. To left and right the woods closed in upon the visitor, and over these tree tops careened the tall hills, with but one house in sight, and a vague suggestion besides of Robinson’s shanty in some huddling fruit trees, which carried a human intimation. Looking back toward < entreville from the bridge, a group of negro ipiarte.rs and a small house -tooii on one side in an outfield, and a new negro hut solitary in a cornfield, on the other, both hacked by wood. Down this road the half-willing troops of Tyler had ! moved at daylight, blocking up the way, ! delaying Hunter's men, and these last had | dually re-appeared across the bridge, their j advance measured by the clouds of dust I which were denser and higher than the i cannon's smoke. [COM I.I DEIJ IX TO-MORROW'S PAPER.] A Lurge and Well-selected Assortment of Wallets, Bill & Pocket Books, In Morocco ami Call, lor sale low by ltfB TITCOMU & DORH. First Loiter Foundry In New England. Commenced in 18X7. Boston Type Foundry Always noted for its Hard anil Tough Metal, Anti its large varieties ot BOOK AND JOB TYPE, Anil lately lor its unrivalled 2Vo >v n i»u per Faces. Electro!)ping Done In nil Its Branches. Address orders to J. A. ST. JOHN, Agent, 55 Water Streat, ..... Boston SUPERIOR TYPE METAL. ! Long experience and the utmost rare are neflM 1 sary to ensure good metal, even with a knowledge i of ihe heat combinations—therefore, the safest way j i« to buy of the oldest established Foundry. NEWSPAPER STYLES. Our New.-paper Fane* (body, two-line, and dis i»la\ are of our own cutting, ami the best made, us a glance at the papers we fit out will prove. BOOK FACES. Our special specimen of Book Pages shows grea variety, adapted to all kiuds of work, including our Revived Old Styles, the most perfect embodiment# ! of the letters of the last century yet presented. j _ 4At f___ OAK GROVE SEMIA A R V, 1 'A S SAL li Oil O’. rinu: Fall Term "f twelve weeks will commence : 1 mi Third 'lav, the Aid of sth month, uuder the 1 charg. Kichard M .lorn-.. V B. as PriMil*!, and j a llix-class teacher as Assistant. Terms: Common English, .... *4.50 ! Higher “ .5°0 j Languages,.. i .special attention will he given to those studies I which form the b.»*i* of a thorough education. I CuusuhI facilities will be ofl red for the acquisi tion of French and Herman, n? the teacher has studied both iu Europe. Board in the lM>aiuiug-hou*e, $j.0U per week. A ; limited number of rooms w ill be let to those who I wish t«> board themselves. Both boarder* and oc cupant* of rooms to be under the per*oual cure of the Principal. , _ . . . For further particulars apply to the Principal, DIUKrO, Kennkull' Co. I Vassal boro’, 7th Alo B*h-_5w-eow31_ FOE SALE. VL \RGE an<l splendid ICE CHEST, suitable lor ute iu a huge family, Store or Hotel. It U I iu perleet orvier. and will be &old very low. i Apply at thu oflice. 1 9