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Municipal Court—Oct. 4. Jacob F. Knight and Ferdinand E. Moore were complained of as having assaulted Jennie M. Wilson. Knight was convicted, and fined Cnee dollars and costs. Moore was discharged. Knight, in default of payment of fine and costs, was committed. Edward Jeffries, for wilfully, maliciously, and without right, driving and using a horse without the consent ot the owner, was com mitted to jail in default of bail to the amount of $50 for bis appearance at the November term of the Supreme Judicial Court. R. T. Harkins, for peddling without a license, was ordered to recognize in the sum of $100 witli sureties for his appearance at the Novem ber term of the Supreme Judicial Court. Re fusing to furnish the requisite sureties, lie was committed to jail. McCobb and Kingsbury for Cioverumeiit. Charles S. Higgins, for assault and battery on Arabella C. Higgins, was lined five dollais and cost. Committed. Sugars for St. Louts.—Messrs. J. B. Brown & Sons, last week, sold 100 barrels Portland Sugars for the St. Louis market. So says the Prices Current. ww e notice that the City authorities are making some much needed repairs ou the old City Hull. It is a pity the building could not be removed, so that we could have one good public square in the city. ET~Ry the advertisement in our columns tills morning, it will be noticed that the Alle glianians will give one of their unique con certs at Lancaster Hull oil Friday eveuing next. Their recent concerts in this city met with popular favor. Robbing an Orchard.—Yesterday balf a dozen boys from this city, of the ages ol from ten to twelve vears. went into the nrcliarH nf John Heed, Esq., in Westbrook, and began to plunder the trees. The boys were provided with bags to hold their spoils. Information of the transaction was sent to the police of this city, and three of the young scamps were ar rested, and the others soon will be. cy We understand that Col. X. J. Jack son, of the 5th Maine regiment, has received an appointment as Brigadier General. This promotion i9 well deserved. Col. Jackson went out with the 1st Maine regiment, and on his return was appointed to the 5th. He was wounded in the arm at the battle of Malvern Hill. After a very brief furlough he rejoined his regiment, and was with it in the recent battles near Ceutervilic. Steamer Daniel Webster back again. We congratulate the merchants and travelling public on the return of this favorite steamer. The Webster has been gone some over six months, and returns in very excellent condi tion. She stopped in Xew Vork ten days, aud received a thorough overhauling, such as fix ing up, cleansing and painting state rooms and berths, in fact giving her a complete renovat ing. The Webster will leave on her first trip this evening. »-By express this morning the following cases of hospital stores will be forwarded to tii« Sanitary Commission: Two cases, Ladies’ Committee of Portland, for Sanitary Cotnmis son; one case Irom Lisbon; one case from Bath for F. L. Olmstead; one case from Wayne for Sanitary Commission; one case from Xor ridgwock, to Capt. J. W. Hatliaway, 19th Maine regiment; one case for Mrs. I. Fogg, from Westbrook Lower Corner; one case for Mrs. I. Fogg, from ladies. Would-be Soldiers.—The last steamer u>v»6utr tip u vuupil Ul IUU9 1IUI quite eighteen years of age, who had run away and intended to enlist as soldiers. The city marshal received a dispatch from the father of one of them, Mr. McXeal, requesting him to •top his sou, which Mr. Huse did. The other young fellow, named Burnham, said he would not enlist unless McXeal did, and therefore he will return with him to Eastport to-night.— Burnham has been a drummer, we believe, in tbe 6th regiment. Maine Prisoners at Winchester, Va. The following members of the Maine 7th regi ment are prisoners in the hands of the rebels at Winchester, Va.: 1st Lieut. Henry Warren, 2d Sergt. J. G. Butler, Sergt. F. H. Goodwin, Sergt. E. Mc Laughlin, Sergt. J. A. McKenncv, Corp. A. Merrill, James Lewin, Richard Rating, Wm. H. Holbrook, G’ka*. R. Thoits, Morrell Tobey, Benj. C. Steadly, A. J. Sprague, A. V. Walts. Dennis Coffey, C. J. D. Smith, J. H. Norton, Gardner J. Waterhouse, James Lent, C. W. Hodgkins, G. H. Putney, G. B. Hull, Thos. H. Richufason,-Hawes, T. McHauuau. Casuallties of the 10th Maine. From a letter to Edward Gould, Esq., of this city, the Courier extracts the list of losses in the Portland and Westbrook companies, in the l»th Maine regiment, at the battle of Autie tam, also the casualties at the battle of slaugh ter Mountain. Went into battle witli three Field and fifteen Company officers, and 280 enlisted men. Col. George L. Beal, Norway, wounded in both legs; Lt. Col. James S. Fillebrown, Au burn, (kicked in breast aud stomach by the Colonel's horse.) Co. B, Portland Mechanic Blue*, led by Lt. Turner—Private John Trowbridge, Portlaud, killed; John M’Olinty, Portland, killed; Wm. Brien, Portlaud, killed; James E. Jordan, Portland, died of wounds; Corporal John G. Glendeuniug, Portland, wounded, leg; Private Benj. Blackwood, Portland, wounded, legs; Clinton Forbes, Buckfield, wounded, face; Chas. Harris, Saco, arm; Chan. Allen, Bidde ford, face; Robert 1). Bond, Biddeford, wrist; Edward R. Verrill, Westbrook, hand; Thomas L. Mayberry, Blddelord, foot; Win. McKcu nie, Portlaud, wounded. Co. C, Portland; led by Capt. IFm. T. ■Jor dan—Private Edward W. Bonney, Portland, L'tllaa/I • U_ X* A- n ... wounded, knee; John H. Doody, Portland, wounded, head, slight; David Karr, Portland, wounded, leg; Nils A. Hanson, Portland, leg; P. M. Kaden, Gorham, shoulder; Charles H. Thayer, leg. Co. K, Portland; led by Lieut. Bicknell of Co. K.—Sergt B. K. Oaks, Portland, wound ed, leg; Sergt. Geo. A. Smith, Portland, throat; Corp. E. B. Warren, Staudish, groin; Private J. O. Sanborn, Bethel, ankle. Co. /, Portland Rifle Guard*; led by Capt. X. T. Furbith.—Capt. N. T. Furbish, Port land, killed; 1st Sergt. (acting Lieut.) Win. Wade, Westbrook, killed; 1st Lieut. Hebron Mayhew. Westbrook, wounded, wrist; 1st Sergt. Albert H. Johnson, Westbrook, head, light; Corp. Peter Cluskey, Portland, wound ed; Private Benj. C. Laken, Naples, died of wounds; Thos. Murphy, wounded. Lebanon.—This town, situated on the New Hampshire line, lias done nobly in response to the calls of the Government. Her quota ol the call for 300,000 of three years’ men w as 22, and to these the town paid a bounty of $250 each. The quota for the nine months’ men was 40, and these were promptly raised, and to them a bounty of $200 was paid. Twenty-live of these went into old regiments, and the balance are now at Camp Abraham Lincoln near this city. The money to pay the bounties was all raised in the town, without resort to banks, individual citizens fur nishing it in sums varying from $o0 to $1000, taking town scrip in exchange. When it is re membered that about sixty men from this town have enlisted in New Hampshire, and still oth ers in the regular service or in the Navy, it will be conceded tliut Lebanon bos done her duty. BY TELEGRAPH, TO TIIE Portland Daily Press. BATTLE AT CORINTH. GLORIOUS FEDERAL VICTORY The Rebels under Price, Van Dorn, and Lovell in Full Retreat. Noble Conduct of our Troop*. Desperate Ffghtiny of the Rebels! Capture of 1000 Prisoners. GEN. PRICE'S RETREAT CUT OFF. The Battle to be renewed this Morning. Washington, Oct. 5. Official information lias been received here that the rebels, under Van Dorn, Price and Lovell, yesterday, attacked our forces at Cor inth, hut were repulsed with great slaughter, and retreated,leaving their dead and w ounded on the Held. Our forces are in full pursuit. Chicago, Oct. 4. Dispatches from Cairo to-night, say that a battle has been raging in the vicinity of Corinth since yesterday morning. At 3 o'clock this afternoon, which is the date of the latest report from Bethel, the cannonading was still heard. The communication is cut ofl' at Bethel, consequently we are unable to obtain any par ticulars. Bethel is twenty miles this side of Corinth. Cincinnati. Oct. 5. 9 P. M. [Special to N. Y. Herald.]—Official intelli gence has been received to-night of a splendid victory over the rebels at Corinth, Miss. Gen. Price, with a force of 40,000 men, attacked Gen. Grant on Friday morning, and was re pulsed and defeated with frightful slaughter alter two days heavy fighting. Major Gen. Kosecranz led our troops, who la-haved in the most splendid manner. Gen. Hackleman was killed at the head of his corps. We captured a large number of guns and prisoners. The rebel army will undoubtedly be completely destroyed. Cairo, Oct. 5. Glorious news has been received to-day from Corinth. The rebels are routed and retreat ing; their loss is very heavy. Ours is also large. Gen. Dodge sent a message here from Co lumbus to prepare for a large number of wounded. Price, Van Dorn and Lovell wore in command of the rebels, who numbered forty thousand. Our troops are said to have acted nobly. Later.—We can get no distinct account of Friday's battle at Corinth. On Saturday morning Gen. Price attacked Gen. Kosecranz's right, while Gen. Van Dorn and Lovell attacked his left. The assault was made w ith great determina tion. At one time our centre was penetrated, and the rebels reached the Corinth House, near the centre of the town. They were met at the point of the bayonet. Gen. Vail Dorn led his column over an abattis, on the left, up to w ithiu fifty yards of a ditch. They were exposed all the time to a scathing fire of gra|ie and canister, and driv en back by a charge of the 27th Ohio and the 11th Missouri. The battle lasted till half past eleven, w hen the rebels began to move towards the Ilatchie river. The number of killed and wounded on either side is not known. The rebel loss is reported much larger than our*. We have taken between 700 and 1,000 pris | oners, not including the wounded. Gen. Hackleman was killed, and Gen. Ogles by dangerously wounded. Cols. Smith, Gil bert and Mow er are wounded. The Mobile and Ohio liailroad is not seri ously impaired. The telegraph line has been ! repaired to Corinth. Gen. Iladburt marched on Saturday to the South side of Ilatchie Hiver with a large I force, thus cutting off Price's retreat. i uen. Jfosecranz moved early this morning , | to renew the attack. Cannonading was heard to-day in the direction of these forces. Gen. Price is in the Forks of the Hatchie River, between Hadburt and Rosecranz. rnon kewicky. Gol. Bruce Breaking up Guerilla Bands. REPULSEOF MORGAN Frank* Capture of Ex-Congressman Crawford. Loiisville, Ky.. Oct. 4. Clark county advice* *ay that Jack Bruner, with a company ol rebel*, went up Bed river j to capture Jim Townsend's home guards. Tlie I rebels were defeated with heavy loss. Col. L>. S. Bruce, son-in-law of Gen. Leslie Coombs, receives the highest commendation ' from military circles for his operations at Bow ling Green. Tlie rebels burned the bridge near Auburn, on Monday night. Col. Bruce immediately sent thither the 10th Indiana and a part of the bth Kentucky regiments, who rebuilt it. Col. Bruce routed the enemy at Itusselville, killing and wounding Urteec, and taking fif teen prisoners and capturing forty horses and saddles. lie also routed a party at Glasgow, yester day, taking a few prisoners, including Lt. Col. Crews, Capt. Brown and Ll Thomas. Tlie rebels are rigidly enforcing the con j scriptiou act wherever they have temporary j control. A Portsmouth, Ohio, dispatch to Gov. Rob insou, says John Morgan with 1000 rebels, yes terday attacked tlie Carter county home guards, near Olive bill. After several hour's skirmishing Morgan was repulsed with the loss ! of several of his men killed. Morgan then re treated towards the Licking river, burning 35 I houses on his wav. Last night Morgan re turned to (Jitve lull, nut in tne meanwhile Col ! Seifert had gone to Portsmouth, and brought ! up 500 of tile 117th Ohio regiment. Bardstown advices say that the rebels have : from 30,000 to 40.000 men within a circle of I eight miles around that place. Our central advance was this afternoon four ! miles this side of there. They have been skirmishing and driving the rebels before them for the past three days, and have captured 000 I prisoners. It is said that Kirby Smith has arrived at j Frankfort with 10,000 men,and that Humphrey j Marshall is on his way there with 8000, Tlie rebels evidently mean to make a stand ; at Fraukfort, and a battle at Burdslow n seems imminent. Bragg and Buckner left Danville for Lex 1 iugton on Tuesday. Bragg threatened to send every man who would not join the rebel army to the north of the Ohio. The rebels are cutting new roads from Bardstown to .Springfield and Lexington. LocibvilLe, Oct. 5. The Louisville special despatch of the 2d, Concerning the taking of 500 rebels by Kosc cranz's division, was incorrect. It doubtless was based on the fact that an entire regiment of cavalry, 300 strong, was captured in the early part of last week by Lieut. Seward, of the 2d Indiana, commanding bis own and the. 2d and 3d Kentucky, which surrounded and completely surprised the rebels at breakfast, surrendering without the slightest resistence. Col. Crawford, commanding the captured reg iment, is ex-Congressman, and one of the Con federate Peace Commissioners to Washington. The prisoners reached here last evening. The rebels in large force evacuated Bards tow it yesterday morning ut 10 o'clock. Brig. (Jen. Vancleve, of Minnesota, leading the advance of Gen. Crittenden’s corps, en tered Bardstown last evening at (i o'clock, eight hours after the evacuation thereof by the rebels, aud were to pursue this tnoriiiug. A rumor lias been prevalent here that Gen. Sill’s Federal force was attacked by Kirby Smith's rebel force at Hardensville to-day, and driven back four miles. This last rumor is en tirely discredited. President Lincoln at South Mountain. Remarks of the President. Frederick. Md., Oct. 4. President Lincoln,Gen. McClellan and others left Gen. McClellan’s head quarters at ten o’clock to-day and visited the battlefield of South Mountain. Gen. McClellan and staff then took leave of the President, who arrived here at five P. M. He was enthusiastically welcomed and spoke a few word to the assem bled multitude. He merely made a call u|>on the wounded Gen. Hartsuff, who is receiving attention at the residence of Mrs. Ramsey and sou, and soon afterwards left for Washington amid the cheering of the throng of citizens and soldiers, to whom he returned thanks briefly, saying: “Fellow' citizens: I see inyself surrounded by soldiers, and a little further oil’ I note the citizens of this good city of Frederick, anx ious to hear something from me. I cau only say us I did live minutes ago, it is not proper for me to make speeches in my present position. 1 return thanks to our soldiers for the good service they have rendered, for the energy they have show n, the hardships they have en dured, and the blood they have shed for this dear Union of ours. 1 also return thanks not only to the soldiers but to the good citizens of Maryland,and to all the good men and women in this land, for their devotion to our glorious cause. I say this without any malice in my heart to those who may have done otherwise. May our children and our children’s children toa thousand generations continue to enjoy the benefits conferred upon us by a united coun try, and have cause yet to rejoice under those glorious institutions bequeathed us by Wash ington and his compeers. Now my friends, soldiers aud citizens, I cau only say once more farewell.” FROM WASHINGTON. Another Rebel Spy Arrested. XT TP NTT trrtoTiTm a t Washington, Oct. 4 It is believed that the nearest point to Washington on the Southern side of the l'oto inae at which there are any rebels in arms, is the Kiippuhaimoek Station,on the Orange and Alexandria railroad, filly-one miles from Alex andria. This morning one of Gen. Iiulleck's scouts brought in a man named H. McKenncy, who was arrested near Leesburg ou the charge of being a spy in the service oi the rebels. He was taken before the Provost Marshal, who sent him to the old Capitol prison. Washington. Oct. 5. A new hospital, on a spacious and modern plan, admirably ventilated, lighted witli gas, and furnished with hot and cold water, to he called the Federal Hospital, is being built on the vacant square in front of the Douglas Hospital. Dr. Warren Webster, of tbe latter institution, is supervising the erection, and will have charge of the three hospitals located together in that vicinity. The hospital in the Capitol is to be discontinued, the order hav ing been issued for tile removal of tile patients East. No person in any part of the country has the exclusive agency for the sale of stamps. Any one ran obtain the stamps by sending the proper order, with the mouey,to the Commis sioner of internal Revenue. Acting Master E. H. Funcon has l>oen ap pointed Acting Volunteer Lieutenant, and ordered North from the Gulf squadron. BATTLE AT SARCOXI. Treatment of tlie tiiion People in NortliriTi Arkansas. RETREAT OF THE GUERILLA COFFEE. Springfield, Mo., Oct. 4. The correspondence of Missouri Democrat of last evening, say> that rumors were afloat of heavy artillery tiring in the direction of Sarcoxi to-day. These rumors increased, and by noon word was received that a tight had taken place at Sarcoxi. The number of the enemy’s force is unknown, anil we have not yet learned the result of the tight. The treatment of those living in Northern Arkansas is represented as most cruel. Their hollies are robbed by armed bands of plunder ers, who seize all the tnen, and all the property that can be of any possible use to their army, leaving women and children to starve for waut of the necessaries of life. Advices from Sareoxi, dated 25th, say that two brigades of the Kansas army had arrived there. The guerilla Coffee, with 890 tnen, was at Xcwtoria, til teen miles south of that place, when Col. Salmon's advance guard arrived,hut a rebel imyor, who was there on a visit, made his escape ami gave Coffee notice of au ap proach, when he retreated south. Arrival or General Morgan at <» ramps burg. Terrible Raftering ol his Rolbiers. Cincinnati, Oct. 4. M. C. Carber, Quartermaster in Gen. Mor gan’s division, telegraphs the following to llie Madison, (ImL) Courier:—The advance brigade of Gen. W. Morgan's command from Cumberland Gap arrived at Grampsburg, Ky., 3d. alter an exhausting march of fifteen days, having roads to make iu many place. The men are shoeless, hat less and naked. For days they have been without rations, gather ing subsistence from standing cent in the Helds, which they grated to make bread alter the latigues of the day. The men Imre the hardships and privations of the march witli tiie greatest fortitude. They marched twenty miles a day, skirmishing in woods each side of the road, and repelling attempts of cavalry iu front and rear. The enemy blockaded the way in every place suitable, und harassed our column as much as possible. Our force is 10, 000 strong, with a magnificent park artillery, milsisthirr ill* tu'.'iitf tuiifna tiiv L.inn t.. . pounders, 40(1 wagons, all of which w ere brought oltSalely. The works at Cumberland Gap were left in ruins. CAPTURE OF FEDERAL!*. The Compliment returned in the Capture of Cannon, Ac. Headquarters McClellan's Army, 1 Sunday, Oct. 5. ) A company of the. 54th Pennsylvania, who were guarding the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad bridge at Paw Paw, about half way between Hancock and Cumberland, were yesterday at tacked by a rebel lbrce, and all taken prison ers. At the same time a cavalry force under Col. Me Reynold’s, raptured the encampment of the rebels, bringing away two pieces of artillery, ten wagons and sixty horses and mules. A strong cavalry force under Gen. Averill, has been sent after the retreating rebels. FREEING OF SLAVES. The Arrest of Others* in Washington. Hew York, Oct. 5. A Key West letter, dated Sept. 2ltth, says, Col. Morgan has issued an order freeing alt slaves in Itis department. The Herald's Washington dispateli says, Gen. Lock world is liberating the slaves of dis loyalists on the eastern shore of Virginia. About fifty officers were arrested on Friday night at the theatres in Washington, for being without proper passes aud ordered to report themselves under arrest. Burial of Qen. Rodman. Providence, R. I., Oct. 5. Brig. Gen. Rodman was buried to-day in South Kingston. President Sears was the of ficiating clergyman. A large coucursu of peo ple was present. ARRIVAL OF A PRIZE STEAMER.® Offers from Garibaldi Soldiers to Enlist. New York, Oct. 4. The prize steamer Sunbeam from New Inlet, captured Sept. 28, by the gunboats State of Georgia, and Mystic, attempting to run the blockade at Wilmington, lias arrived. She was built at Birkenhead. She has a cargo of brandy and gunpowder, valued at a quarter of a million. The raptaiu said she was from Liv erpool for Mexico, and was putting in for coal. K. D. Witham of this city, has received a letter from an officer of Garibaldi’s army, ten dering the services of from 4,000 to 6,000 vet eran soldiers, and 200 officers, to fight for the Union, and asking the State of New York if she would engage them if they can arrive in New York ready equipped. They will have no difficulty in leaving Italy, as they have taken no part in tiie late demonstrations. ONE DAI LATER FROM EUROPE. The Jur:i off Cape Race. Cape Race, Oct. 4. The steamship Jura, from Liverpool Sept. 25th and Londonderry 26th, arrived off this Point at 0 o’clock this forenoon. Her advices are one day later than those by the City of Washington. The Jura has 42 cabin and 120 steerage pas sengers. The steamship North American, from Que bec, arrived at Liverpool on the 25lli ult. OIIEAT BRITAIN. The London Times in an editorial, says that after recent events, it is not impossible that we may yet see Garibaldi crossing the Atlan tic in the assumed character oi an American citizen, and fighting for the subjugation of a nation struggling to be free. Tiie Morning Post remarks, that to be con sistent, Garibaldi should go to the other side, where nine millions are fighting for the rigiit of governing themselves. The Post endeav ors to prove Unit Gen. Pope is incompetent from liis own reports. The Times says that Gen. Pope, in his own reports, succeeds in showing that if there was one man more tiian another unfit for command in tiie Federal army, it was the garrulous gen eral who puts the blame of every failure upon At a meeting of a few representatives of London llrins connected with the Manchester trade, to examine Merhaveifs proposed sub stitute lor cotton, a memorandum was signed in favor of its length, strength and beauty, which, in their opinion, render it worthy of the most careful study of practical men.— Whether the gin manufactory can be econom ically and successfully applied to it, they leave others to determine. Mr. Koupell, lately member of Parliament, who was placed on trial in Landon on the 24th ult. for forging deeds and the will of his father, thereby possessing himself of immense wealth, pleaded guilty in a calm, egotistical and appa rently penitent speech. lie was sentenced to transportation for life. FRANCE. The Journal de Kouen shows that the de pression in the cotton trade had exercised a very beneficial influence on French woolen manufactures. The Paris bourse was heavy at titlf 15c. Italy. There is nothing new relative to Garibaldi's health. At a large Garibaldian meeting on the Stockholm Exchange, an address was enthusi astically voted expressing sympathy with Gar ibaldi, and urging the speedy evacuation of Koine by the French. A mass meeting of the laboring classes of London was to be held in Hyde Park, on Sun day. the 29th ult., to give similar expression of their sympathy for Garibaldi. (Latest via. Londonderry.] The news of Gen. McClellan'* victory over Lee was received with much satisfaction by the Federal party in Liverpool, and gave a large impetus to cotton, which, however, was checked by the large arrival of burats. Thanks to Gen. MoClellan and Army. Washington, Sept. 30,1802. Major General McClellan commanding: General—Your report of yesterday, giving tile results of the liattles of (south Mountain and Antictam, ha* been received and submit ted to the President. They were not only hard fought battles, but well earned ami decid ed victories. The valor and endurance of your army in the several conflicts, which ter minated in the expulsion of the enemy from the loyal State of Maryland, are creditable alike to the troops and to the officers who com manded them. A grateful country, while mourning the lamented dead, will not lie un mindful of the honors due to the living. H. W. Halleck, General-in-Chief. From California and Honolulu. San Francisco, Oct. 3. Advices from Honolulu are to the 13th of September. Prince Albert, infant son of the King, died at the latter place in AugusL The Bavarian Minister resigned on the 18th of August, in consequence of a vote of the Kepresentatives expressing a want of confi dence in Gregg, the Minister on Finance. The Horticultural exhibition continued to excite much attention. The receipts this year are estimated at £88,000. A Battle Expeoted in Kentucky. Louisville, Oct. 3. The rebels began to fortify Frankfort, but they sre represented as evacuating it: but few of the enemy are found in that vicinity. To-day there has been constant skirmishing on tlie Barrstown turnpike, near Mount Wash ington. The rebels are reported to be 10,000 strong on the southern bank of the east fork of Salt river. They are fortifyiug their positions among the hills, and receiving heavy reinforce ments, some say as high as 40,000 men. Our advance occupies the northern bank of kite imi, auu ik ia ndiuu^ uruaj tut IUC UlaliJ body of our army to come up. A flglit is anticipated to-morrow, as the re bels swear they will not run any farther away, and our army intends to advance and give them battle. Gen. Dumont of Ind., left for the field to-day. Ijee Preparing to Retreat. Phii.auei.phia. Oct. 5. The second edition of the Washington Star contains the following: Deserters and prisoners coming within our lines at Harper’s Ferry in the last 48 hours, seem to agree that (Jen. Lee is now making every preparation to retreat with his whole army as soon as Gen. McClellan may move against him. We give tlair story for what it is worth. Commercial. [Per Jura off ( ape Race.] LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.—The sales for three days were8,000 hales, including 2,ooo to specu lators and exporters. The uiarket is easier and uom iual. LIVERPOOL RRKAUSTl FFS MARKET. - Messrs. Richardson, .Spence A t'O., Wakotield. Nash A Co. and others, report Flour dull and declined lid. Wheat declined 1 n 2d; Red Western 9 a 102d: Red Southern Ills 3d <} 10s 6d; White Western 11. " Its 4d; White Southern Its 6(1 S»j 12s; Corn quiet hut steadv ; mix'd 28s 9d u 29. LIVERPOOL PROVISION MARKET.—Beef flat. Pork very dull. Bacon quiet but stead\, Lard (.toady. Tallow steady. LIVERPOOL PRODUCE MARKET.—Ashe* Ann at 33* a. 33s 6d for pot* and pearls, spirit* Turpeu tiue nominal. Sugar steady. Rico quiet but steady. Coffee inactive, Rosin nominal. LONDON MONEY MARKET.—Consol* closed at 93] a, 93] for money. [Latest by Telegraph to Londonderry ] Liverpool Cotton Market.—The sales for the week were 10,000 bales, including 2,250 to speculators and 1750 for exporters; the market closed irregular and declined Id on the week. The sales on Friday were 4,000 bales. The market closed tinner at an advance of ] « id. The following are the authorized quota tions: New Orleans, fair, 29s; Middiug 25s ]d; Mo bile, fair, 28s; Middling25s; Uplands, fair, 27s; Mid dling 241. The stock in port amounts to 85,009 bales, of which 17,000 are American. Breadstuff*—quiet but steady; corn firmer. Provisions—very dull. Loudon Money Market.—Consols closed on Fri day at 93] a 94] for money. American securities, Erie railroad, 29] & 29]; Illi uois Central railroad 50] & 49] discount. Stock Murket. New York, Oct. 4. Stocks opened lower but closed steady; Chicago k Rock Island 82; Chicago, Hurlingtou &'Quincy 85: Cleveland k Toledo 74]; Galena k Chicago 844; Cleve land & Pittsburg35; Illinois Central Scrip80}; Mich igan Southern guaranteed 79]; Michigan Southern 43]; Michigan Central 68; New York Central 104; Erie 56]; Hudson 22]; Reading 76] ; Milwaukie k Prairie du Chieu 36]; Pacific Mail 128; American Hold 122]; Teuessee 6's 57]; Missouri 6’* 62]; U. S. coupons, 6*s, of 1881, 104]; U. U. registered 6 s ol 1881, 104]. Hew York Market. New York. October 4. Cotton—scarcely so firm; sales 660 bales at65 @ 654 for middling uplands Flour—State and Wesiern 5@10c better; superfine State 5 35 @ 5 50; Extra state 6&J(S|§90; Round Hoop Ohio 6 00 @ 6 20; common to good Extra Western 5 80 @ 6 io; Superbue Western 6 80 @6 60; Southern firmer: Mixed to good 6 00 @ 6 60; Fancy and Extra 6 75 @ 8 00; Canada 5 @ 10c better; Extra 6 80 @ 7 6\ W heat—lc lower; sales 180,000 bushels; Chicago spring 1 08 @ 1 15; Milwaukee clubl 14(3 118; Win ter Red Western 1 26 @ 1 29 ; White Michigan 1 48 @ 160; White Kentucky 150; Amber Michigan 1 29 A 1 32. * Corn—steady; mixed Western 68 @ 00 for ship ping, and 63 @ 68 for eastern. Oats—dull at 67 @ 60. Beef—steady; Country Mess R00@10 76; Prime 5 60 @700; Re-packed Chicago 1200@ 13 76; Prime Mess 2u 00 @ 22 00. The government contract for 2600 brls. extra clear was taken 13 63 @ 14 25. A sale of 2000 brls. plain and extra mess was made for for ward delivery* on private terms. Pork—very firm : mess 11 70 @ 11 75; prime mess 1018j @ 10 26; western prime mess 10 60. Sugars—firm, with a fair demand; New Orleans 94 @ 11: Muscovado 8$ ■«. 94. Coffee—very firm; 400 bags Maracaibo 234@244; Santos 23]. Molasses quiet aud steady ; New Orleaus at 42 @ 444; Porto Rico 50c. Fish—quiet. Wool—quiet and firm. Freight* to Liverpool—firm; cotton 4d; flour 8s fid: grain ll$ @ 12id in bulk and ships' bags. miscellanequsT Cattle Show and Fair. The Thirty-Second Annual Exhibition -or Tn« Cumberland Agricultural & Hor * ticultural Society, Will be held at B RIDGTON, -ox WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, October 15th and 10th. ANNUAL ADDRESS by S. L. Goodale. Esq., of Saco, and a poem by F. T. Perry, of Washing ton. D. C.j will be Wednesday evening. Show of Cattle, Sheep, Swiue ana Poultry, and Plowing Match on Wednesday. Thursday—Show of Horse*, trial of strength of Draft Oxen, and annual meeting of Society. Exhibition of Farm Produce and Mauuffcetured Articles will be at the Town Hail, and will be open Wednesday afternoon and Thursdav. All articles left with Kendall & Whitney, Portland, on or before Saturday, the 11th of October, will be carried to aud from the fair at the expense of the Society. Per order, SEW ALL N. GROSS, Secretary, New Gloucester, Sept. 29,1862. <)<• t 1 Photographic Goods A Chemicals. OUR stock in this department is complete, com priaiug every article u»ed in the ert. MoKltlsoN fc CO.. june24dtfW3t __26. Market Square. WAR CLAIM AGENCY^ 3100 Bounty Money, Back Pay, And Penaiona. rilHE undersigned is prepared to obtain from tha A United States Government. #100 Bounty Money, Hack l’ay. Ac., fur heirs of Officers or Soldiers dying in the U. S. service. Invalid Pensions, Established for Officers and Soldiers, wounded or disabled bv sickucss contracted while in the service of the United States, in the line of duty. Pensions Procured for widows or children ot Officers and Sol diers who have died while iu the service of the Une ted State*. Prise Money, Pensions, Bounty and Back Pay a lected for Seamen and their heirs. Fees, for each Pension obtained, Five Dollars. All < laims against the Government will reca prompt attention. Post Office address BETH E. BEEI)1 Augusta, Xe. (Office No. B State Hon«e.) REFERENCES : Hon. Lot M. Morrill, Hon. Joseph B. Hall, U. S. Senate, Sec*y of State, Hon. James G. Blaine, Hon. Nathan Dane, sop'JOilA wl4tf State Treasurer. A. D. REEVES, The Tailor, — BAB jrBT RETCRXED FROM — NEW YORK AND BOSTON, With a large and well selected Stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings! Also a Bill assortment of Military Cloths, And is prepared to make them up at short notice. Call and See, AT No. 1*8 EXCHANGE STREET. Portland, Sept. 24,18G2. dtf New Works ! NEW EDITION OF CASEY'S U. S. TACTICS, Army Regulations. HALL. L. DAVIS, 53 Exchange Street Sept. 27.1862. dtf IP TOU -WANT THE Best Ambrotype or Photograph, DO not fail to call at No. 27 Market Square, where they take PERFECT LIKENESSES, aud war rant satisfaction, at pricer vhich defy competition. N. B.—Large Ambrotypoe only Fifteen Cents. TRASK A LEWIS, 37 Market Square, h'd Preble St. July 14th, 1802. dtf DR* €. H. OSGOOD, SURGEON If MECHANICAL ^Bdentint, Xa I flana’i Mark fait«rrt« Street OPP. OLD CITY HALL,-PORTLAND, ME. Artificial Teeth inserted ou Gold, Silver and Vul canite base. 3nid& woe II A TS & CAPS, All the leading styles for Fall wear now open AT SHAW’S, 130 Middle Street. If yon want an easy fitting and genteel hat try the AMI BON HAT. eepl5—Gw FERRY FROM PORTLAND -TO THE Ottawa House, Cushing’s Island. ON and after Monday, August 4th. the Steamer TCTE will leave tiraud Trunk Depot Wharf 6. 8 and 10 A. M ; ami 1. 3. 6 ami 7 P. M. Returning, leave the Island at G}. 9 and 11} A. M.; and 2, 4 and 9 P. M. OTTICKETS 12} CENTS EACH WAY. auglltf THAT'S so: The Famous “Artillery Pipe ” -The best pipe in the market FOR THE SOLDIERj — FOB BALE BT — A. ROBINSON, *ep24—2w No. 51 Exchange Street. THROUGH TICKETS rpo NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA, BA LTD A MORE ami WASHINGTON, and to all part, of the WEST and SOUTH and NORTH WEST, via all the most popular router and at the lawert Boston rater, for sale by W. D. LITTLE, Agent. Oot. 2. dtf Office 31 Exchange St. Office of the United States Muster ing aad Disbursing Officer, ILL be found in II. N. Jose's building, Lime Street, adjoining the l'o t Office. SAM'L DANA, Cant. 17th Inf., Mustering ami Di,burning Officer. Sept. 19th, 1362. dtf Gilt Frames. FIR PORTRAITS OK LANDSCAPES of any sire or ,tvle desired—latest patterns and best workmanship—made to order bv MOUK1SON k CO., 26, Market Square. FOR SALE & TO LET. FOB SUE. THE undersigned offers for sale, cheap, the Dwell. ing House, he now occupies, on the comer of Cumberland and Parris Streets. Please call and examine for yourselves Aug. 30. d8w_ C. P. KIMBALL. House to Let. DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 56 Free Street, is to be let, and possession given t immediately. The premises may be ex I amined at any time. For farther partic ulars apply to ' JAMES FURBISH. Augnst 9th, 18G2. tf Cooper's Shop to Let. ON Commercial Street, head of Hobson’s Wharf. Inquire of J. H. HAMLK.N, sep4tf Office oc Hobson's Wharf. To Let. THE commodious Chamber in the northerly cor ner of the new brick block, corner of Lime and Milk Streets, directly lacing the market. Rent low. Enquire at office or OCEAN INSURANCE CO., Sept. 15.1862. dtf No 27 Exchange St. For Sale or To Lei. AbA THE Threc-ttorv Brick Dwelling Haute tTTiTB *i*<l Lot. No.Gl High Street. The house in perfect repair throughout, with lljyyyfiM good drain, furnace and cisterns, an ex MiHBHhccllent cellar, and the best of well water. It is built and finished in modern style,with gas,hath ing room,waterworks, and all modern improvements, and is situated in one of the most desirable locations in the city. For terms apply to H. P. DEANE, sep24iseodtf 60 State Street. MERCHANDISE" HHDS Muscovado Molasses, • * v* 90 do Clayed •* early importation. For sale by GEORGE 8. HUNT, corner Long Wharf and Commercial street. sept26—d3w. .Muscovado Molasses. 1 H H D8. Muscovado Molaaaea, AOli 60 tes. Of early importation, a superior article for retail ing. For sale by joUn d. lord, Portland, Sept. 19. *3w No. 1 Union Wharf. Vermont Bauer. il ff TUBS Prime, for sale by 1. F. WEEKS ft CO. Lumber. 900 f FEET gang-sawed, Seaaoned ••'-'vjvA/U Hemlock Hoard*. 100,000 feet rough-edged Hemlock Fence Boards, at 94 per 31 feet. For sale by J. II. IIAMLEX, augl5d& wtoctll Hobson’s Wharf. WANTS. Girl* Wanted. FR03I 50 to 7 5 Girls, who hare worked on Tents, can find employment at F. A. LEAVITT'S, oct4—3t#_ Widgery's Wharf. Wanted Immediately. ONE HUNDRED COAT MAKERS. Apply at 17 Market Square Portland Oct. 3, 1«2. dlw W1NTED"-$I000 TO $10,000 Ou Mortgage on Real Estate, In the City of Portland, for which from 7 to 8 per cent in interest will be paid. Address Post Office. Box 348. augl6dfcw4w Wanted. ASITI'ATION in any kind of a store, as clerk, or to do writing for anr kind of business. Good reference famished. Address Box 2239 sep27dlw* WANTED. S3!AI.L RENT, of fire or six rooms, near the business part of the city. Enquire at this office Wauled. Six or eight Shook maker* immediately to work on Dressed Shook, to whom stead v employment will be given, and the highest prices paid Apply to A. P MORSE, sppfty—dftwlm Bouton, Maw. To the OUlcers and Soldiers at Camp Abraham Lincoln: Tou are hereby invited to rupply yourselves with FIXE MEERSCHAUM PIPES. BRIER.WOOD PIPES, BOS’DOT A PIPES. CIGARS. CIGAR MATCHES. TOBACCO BOXES A.VD RUB BER POUCHES. A.XD KII.LICKI.XICK SMOKING TOBACCO, AT L0RINGS DRUG STORE, Cor. Exchange A Federal St*., Portland. Near City Building. sepl9dtf A RARE CHANCE. — I propose to sell my — STOCK OF MILLINERY GOODS AND Fixtures, for no other reason than that I can not attend to it, having another branch of busi ness which requires all my persoual attention. My stock is good and not large, most of it Worth More than Cost! I hare as good a run of custom as any establish ment in the citr, and the locality the very best.— 2170. Portland P. O. »ept23tf lEATOX * HALE, Commission .Herrhants, SHIP BROKERS. CHANDLERS — AND DEALERS IS — Ship and Cabin Stores, MOLL Toys BLOCK, Corner Commercial St. and Loaf Wh’l, Portland, Me. JOHN TEATON, JOSEPH HALS. •-•Particular attention paid to procuring Freights, anu purchasing Cargoes aud Chartrrs for vessels. August 2. 1862, dA w6m7 _ATTENTION ! There is an opportunity for a few more men to en list iu the Crack Company F, 25 h Regiment, ('apt. CHASE. They will receive the CITY BOUNTY OF S7S.00 Application can be made at the Captain * quarter* at Camp Abraham Lincoln Sept. 22. tf 41 ( outs. Funis, Vests, Jackets, -22. Ladiei' Riding Habit*, Ac., Cut. made aud trimmed by A. D. REEVES, - - Tailor, 98 EXCHANGE S T R K ET, Portland, August 6, 1862. dly MANHOOD-How Lost! How Restored! Just published, in a sealed Envelope. prick six cent*. A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RADICAL Cl'KEol >peimatuirh«ea or | Seminal Woakues*. Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debility, aud Impediments to Marriage generally, i Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy aud hits; Men i tal aud Physical Incapacity, resulting from Self Abuse, Ac -By ROB I J. CULVER WELL, M. D.# Author of the Gkkkx Book, Ac., “A Boon to Th**uala *f Saf rrr*,” sent under seal, iu a plain envelope, to any address, postpaid, ou receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps, by Dr. CH J. C. KLINE, 127 Bowery, New York, Poet Office, Box, 4686. June 23. U4md&w Office of the U. S Marsbal, ) District of Maine. } Portland. October 1. 1862.) SEALED Proposals will be received at this office uutil the rift truth dav of October current, at noon, for tarnishing the United States Courts with Lehigh Furnace Coal, for one year lYoni the fifteenth day of October, A. D. 1S62. * The Coal to be of the best quality, fret' from slate and dust, aud to be put iuto the basement of the Custom House Building, in Portland, in such quantities aud at such times as the Marshal of the District of Maiue may direct. Pro posals to be endorsed—"Proposals for Fuel for U. 8. Courts," anti addressed to the Uuited States Mar shal for the District of Maine. CH ARLES CLARK, U. 8 Marshal, Oct. 1. dedtlSth District of Maiue. Casco Bank. THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Bank, for the choice of Directors and for the transaction of other business, will be held at their Bankiug House, on Mouday, the 6th day of October next, at 3 o’clock P. M Per order, E. P. GERRISH, Cashier. Sept. 18,1862. toetd ■ —m—— UKY GOODS. C. W. ROBINSON b OO. INVITE ATTENTION TO THE1B STOCK OF NEW DRESS GOODS -FOB FALL AND WINTER. THEY RAVE ALL THE New Fabri e • -AND Olioloe Style* OF THF. SEASON, AT VERY LOW PRICES. Comer of Congress and Preble Streets. October 2,1882. 4w HEMOYAL. EDWIN A. NARRETT, H. etail D o ai e i* - IV - FOREION and domestic DRY GOODS, No. 1 Codman Block, temple street. Having made large additions of Sew and Desirable Goods, — ADAPTED TO — FALL AXD WIXTER WEAR, He most respectfully solicits a share of public oal roxege. sep25lsd A w4w XEW lm GOODS. Ladies and all persons purchasing DRY GOODS, Are earnestly invited to an examination of FINE WOOL LONG A SQUARE SHAWLS, FIXE WOOL DELAIXES, THIBETS. Cashmere*, C'hoiee Dress Good*, AMERICAN PRINTS, Choice Cotton and Wool DoLainea, Balmoral Skirts, French Corsets, Scartb and Man tillas, Kid Glovea, Hosiery and G lores, FANCY GOODS IN VARIETY, FLANNELS IN VARIETY, Also, Fancy Woolen Goods. Sonlagi, Hoods. 8fcar*a, Gaiters, Wool Tarns, Nets, Dress Bnttons, Rufflss, 1 Edgings. Ac., Ac. Ail of which we off, it ullsfectory prims A. B. Bl'TLEB, Portland, Sept. 1*. ISO. d3w WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL Dry G^oods Store, 103 BIDDLE ST., PORTLAND. H. C. LOVELL * SON, Having purchased the stock of . B. O O W E L L, And taken the store rreontly occupied by him. would invite the nUeution of Mr. Goweir* former custom er,, as well aa their own friends and the public, to the NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS, Which they have Just added, to their former wall am looted stock rp-No trouble lo show goods: sail aad aaa before purchasing elsewhere. Aug 2btu, 1*2 dtf COAL & WOOD, CHEAP FOR CASH, DELIVERED TO ANT PART OF THE CITT. SPRIXG MOUXTAIX LEHIGH, HAEELTOX LEHIGH. COLEBAIXE LEHIGH, LOCUST MOUXTAIX, JOHX S. THE GEXUIXE LOBBERT, Pure and Free Hunting. CUMBERLAND COAL FOR SMITHS' USE. THESE Coals are strictly of the best quality, and warranted to give satis Action. Also, for sale, best quality or Nova Scotia aad other Hard and Soil Wood. The public sre requested to cull, at we are deter* mined to five food bargains to thoee who pay cash. Office, Commercial St., head of Maine Whf. SAWYER dfc WHITNEY. Jul31lf Trunks ! Trunks ! IB VALISES, P0BTMAXTEAU8, -AND - Carpet-Bags, DURAN’S MANUFACTORY, No. 165 MIDDLE STREET. A LARGE and Fashionable Stock of the above ar ticles may be found at this establishment, com prising everv description for a traveling outfit July ». 1*B dtim J S Dl’UX. PATTEN’S Infantry Tactics Bayonet Drill, -AND SMALL SWORD EXERCISE. **¥ CORDIALLY approve of this work, and reo M ommend it to the use of officers of volaateers." geo. b mcclellan, M^j Gen. U. 8. Army. For sale in Portland, at 25 cents, by A. ROBINSON, sep24—$w No. 61 Exchange St. JOHNSON A CHENERY, - PHA L FIIP I* CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, pRonsroxs, fruit, vegetables. I AND COUNTRY PRODUCE, Ml CoutrfM Street, Port laud, Mo. — sep6—3m FAMILY GROCERY STORE. JOHN PUHINTON, No. t§3 Fore Street, Pertlaad, Keeps constantly on hand a general assortment ot prime FAMILY GROCERIES, at Wholesale and Retail His old friends and eia tmuer- are iuvited to gi\e him a call TaagdO 3m TO APOTHECARIES . For Sale, A FIRST-CLASS APOTHECARY STORK, LONG Established, well located, and doing a prof itable business The proprietor having made temporary arrange ments to enter upon other business in a neighboring State, immediately offers the stand, good will, Re., at a bargain, if disposed of soon. Address Box 1904, Portland P. 0. sep&dtf Turner's American Express. jOB— PARCELS, Package* mud ,11 other 1— articles usually sent by Express will be forwarded between this city, I St. John. N. B.. and all parts of the Provinces, with despatch. The subscriber solicits the patronage of the public. ANSEL LOTHROP. Agent. Portland, Sept. 00,1962. d2m