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K E O K U K TVESDA T, A rOVST 12. MEPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. a tat* Tlckat. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, A ME* WBIGHT, 01 »*LAWAftK. ro* AODITOB OF W. CATTElJS^ or cao*a. *©K TRBA8CWKS O* STATE, H. uoiiH£*» or FOB BEMSTKB Or STATE LAND OrPTOB, J, A. HABTEV, or raEMoirr. VDBATTOBKXT QKKK«yt» C. C. NOIBSE, or roi.1. IK Sllu Itot* AB iMMrttpt BaU Iowa. Four Misaourians are under arrest at Eddy villo. The storj, as we received it, is that a Union man, whoao property, horses, dec., were stolen, moved to Eddjr ville for saJety, aod hu beequeotiy returned and made some reprisals on the enemy, carrying his booty up to Eddyville. The other day four Miesourisns, two of whom have sieved in Price's army, made their way up to Eddyville and decoyed ihia I nivin man to the couth side of the river. The Mieaourians then peized tiiin, tied him una horse, end were about to start South with him, when the Home Guard, having got wind of what was going on, aurrounded the party and took them pris oners. ABeCT THE riCHT At K1BKVILLB. Information derived from an individual who participated in the Kirkville fight represents it as a moat bloody and terrible •fair for the rebels. Col. McNeill, with a command of soma fifteen hundred men, had followed Portor'a force, supposed to. Jefferson City, Mo., be three thousand strong, in hot pursuit for twenty-four ho*ra, withou stopping to eat oreleep. Arrivinjc at Kirkville where Porter had stopped to offer battle behind the protection furnished by the houses of the village, McNeill sent detachments to the right and left of the town, and plant ed hia cannon, some five pieces, in a fa vorable position. The main portion of his force dismounted, and leaving their horses in the rear, made their approaches gradually, on their hands and knees, rising and firing as they advanced at inter vals, and shifting the artillery from pkace to place as they discovered more effective positions. Four or five of the principal houses in tbe town were shattered by the artillery, and eventually burned up, with thoae that weie using tliem as a place of defence. After the defeat ofthe rebels woe fifty persons who had heretofore been paroled or taken tbe oath were ahot down. Two women and one little boy are known to have been killed, and it ia probable others were killed whose names were not reported. Our troops buried of the seceah on the ground about one hundred and fifty, and supposed that aa many more had been killed or mortally wounded, whoae bodies were burned in the buildings destroyed, aod carried off by the retreating foe. Capt. Chayne, of Van Bureu county, was ahot and inatantly killed, while lead ing charge against the eaemy, early in the fight. No braver ofioer or better man baa fallen on the field of battle Bince the war commenced, and hia death will be lamented by thouaands of loyal cititens of who knew his worih__aiJd loved lum for hia virtues. €)ur loea waa seven killed and some thirty wounded. Our troops captured forty to fifty wagons and teams loaded With plunder and about 500 stand of arms. Col. McNeill rode in the front of the battle and cheered his men on to victory, and by his side rode young Moore, of our county, a worthy represntative of the gal lant Hawkeye soldiers, who have borne ao honorable a part in almost all the hotly •ontested battles of this war. This victory will not be entirely with •Bt fruits, and we trust that our seoeeh neighbors over the border will take heed to the bloody lesson it reads them of their own impending fate, ahould they peraiat iB their hostility to the Government. In order to bring to bear all tbe HSneaoe poeaible in favor of raising vol sateen, BB effort has been made MW The people of Johnaoa county are filling up their oompanios with a great deal of epirit. They were enlisting at Iowa City hat week from fifty to sixty men per day for eeveral days and three companies from that county are DQW ready for the camp, while others .-are nap idly filling up. Muscatine county hirists upon being the banner county of the State for volunteers. Not satisfied with making up about a couple of regiments heretofore, she is now pitching in for five or lii nfw companies* jarBrigftdler General Btrfbrd of HlH noia succeeds to Gen. Hatch's command in the Army of Virginia. Gen. Hatoh it will be remembered was removed for dis obience of orders in reference to the oc cupation of Gordoneville. J&y Hiram Priee, of Davenport, has boen nominated for Congress by the Re publicans of that district. IT Wai. B. Allison, of Dubnqae, it the Republican nominee of the Dubuque congrtfcfcional district. BETA, full company at Albia is ready for marching order* to the rendezvous at Iowa City. aa CaaKriftlaa. Napoleon declared in hia Council of State: "I am inexorable on this subject of ex emptions. It would be criminal. How could I reconcile it to my conscience to expose the life of one man for the ad vaniage of another? I do not think I would exempt even my own son. The oonsciption is the everlasting root of a nation, its moral purification, the real foundation of its habits. By means of the conscription, the nation was classed according to its real interests for defenoe abroad and tmnqoility at home. Organ iied, built up in thia way, the French peo ple might have defied the world, and might with justice have reoewed the saying of the proud Gauls, 'If the aky should faU, we will prop it up with our lances.' TM rirat lawa Cavplry. Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 7. EpitorS MISSOCBI DEMOCRAT: Your P*?*1 of the 5th cooUiM pr*.ph 7h,ch i e w e e o y o e n w o a s o n e a a o o a e v i e e to induce General Dodge to recruit a regiment crotemor Kirkwood finally wrote to Dodge aaying that he had appointed Col, T. I. McKenny Colonel of tbe 19th regiment, b»t if Gen. Dodge would aignify hia will ingness to accept a Colonelcy, be, the Governor, would induce the Adminiatra tioB to authorize him to raise a from regiment the Bute at large. This General Dodge declines oo some flimsy preteaee, and so the matter ends. 1 as|any similar number of troops in Mis. aouri. No company ofthe 1st Iowa Cav alry have vet surrendered and paroled. The fight which you speak of as at Pupina ville, was, doubtless, on Clear Creek, in St. Clair eounty. The rebels were strong ly posted in tbe edge of timber and pro tected by thick brush. Capt. Caldwell attacked their front. Capt. Heath, in moving to a flanking poeition, waa am bushed and run the gauntlet of a Une of fire, which killed four and wounded nine, including among the latter Captain Heath. The two companies maintained their position and the fight until, hearing firing in their rear, were alarmed for the safety of their horses and iell back. As soon as assured of safety in that direction, they mov«d up to a socond attack and the enemy had disappeared. Our total loss was four killed and thirteen wounded.— Capt. Clowry, who waa taken prisoner, confessed to a lorn of eleven rebels killed and eighteen wounded. The 1st Iowa oavalry, if properly armed, would be the most efficient regiment in the State. Yours truly, L. jkiitaSllai waa't wla« Washington, August 8.-—The follow ing order haa been issued by the War Department: War Department, Washington, Au gust 8.—An order to prevent an invasion of military duty, and for the suppreAion of disloyal practices: First, By direction ofthe Preeident of the United States, it is hereby ordered, that until further orders no citisen liable to be drafted into the military »M1 be allowed to go into a foreign country and all marshals and military offioers of the United Ststes are directed, and all police authorities, especially at the ports ofthe United States, on the seaboard, end on tbe frontier, are requested to aee that this order is faithfully carried into effect. And they are hereby authorised and direc ted to arrest and detain any person or penona about to depart from the United States in violation of this order, and re* port to Maj. Turner, Judge advocate at W eahington City, for further instructions respecting the person or persons so arrest ed or detained. Seoond, Any person liable to draft, who shall absent himseiftrom his county or State, before such draft is made, will be arrested by any Provost Marahal or other United States or State officer, wherever he may be found within the jurisdiction of the United States, snd conveyed to the nearest military poet or depot, and placed on military duty for the term of draft, and the expenses of his own arrest and conveyance to auoh poet or depot, and also the sum of $5 as a reward to the offioer who shall "—i- the arrest, shall be deducted from his pay. Third, The writ of habea$ corpus n hereby suspended in reepeot to all per sons ao arrested and detained, end in nwpect to ail perasns arrested for disloyal practices. E. M. STANTON, Sec'y of War. Bittxn bt A Copfbbbkad.—A •h«n fauai *ert)M»&, BT OLD DAP. V Tart -My trtaada, I aareaatlybaaraali you to praa UM What I FMMfc. My Dxar Hbarzrs:—I would that you pay strict attention to my text, and in so doing, lows sight entirely of the preacher, remembering that Bparkling ca tawba is tiill Catawba, whether quaffed from a tin cup, or a goblet of Bohemias glass. I am aware that my paths are aomewhat devious that concerns not you I charge you straighten your own. I en trest you to do as I say—not as I do. Many of yon have a cacoethea tcribtmli —an itching for writing—a desire to see your lucubrations in print—a wish to set tbe dear public right on thia, that or the other subject—love, law, divinity or some thing else. This is commendable, provi ded you know how to do it. Alas that ao many of yon should perform it as grace fully aa a bear would dance the lancers. Now there are two featarea indispensa bly requisite to render newspaper articles acceptable. First, that the subject should intereat the public, and secondly, that it be handled well. Tbe celebrated Malherbe on bearing a prose work of great merit extolled, dryly asked if it would reduce the price of bread. Truth and novelty are choap enough, but to render them valuable they muet be confined, and their combination like that of heat and water, will be irresistible. Above all things stady brevity, '-it is e soul -of wit." I hate a diarrhoea of words, which are but thesignsand count era of knowledge consequently their ac cepted value should be strictly regulated by the capital which they represent by the same that each of you, not a natural fjol, would prefer a "jp-een back" with a "C to one with an "X" upon it, although engraven on the same sized paper. An ar ticle which consists more of words thaa of ideas, is like a tree haviog fine foliage but no fruit, which may do to slgep and dream under, bat will furnieh no sustenanee and the reader will resemble the horse which snuffed up the east P"*- ed wind—he add no flesh to hia ribs. Again, if yon write an article and have it aooepted, do not become thereby infla ted, and run about town cackling like a ben with one chick, and feeling as proud aa a poodle with a boquet tied to his tail. It is an easy thing to please the mob it is not a very difficult task to astonish them but to materially benefit and in struct them—ah my friends, il ett tout en autre ehote\—which, being liberallv in terpreted means, "thatis a horse of an other color." If you have nothing to say, the sooner it is said, the better. Per contra, if you are pregnant with an idea, ponder it well, digest it thorougly, con deuse it to its least proportions and serve it up. Furthermore, I earnestly trust that none of yon will cbargc me with dogmat. ism. I despise it in others, aftd would not praetioe it myself. Finally, I again beg of you to consider the matter here advanoed, rather than he who advanced it, ao shall your days be long in tbe land, unless you shorten them by lengthening the nights. So nought it be. THE BKBieiVATIOK eF SrHCEBB. No resignation la Capt. BarrUta of any officer whatever will be accepted except upon medical cer tificate of the most conclusive character, or proof of worthlessness. It is therefore to be distinctly understood that any offioer of this army Whose reaignation has been accepted without medical certificate haa proved himself worthleaa and incojnpi tent. Neither with credit to himaelf or any sort of fair dealing Uwards the private eoldier can acy volunteer officer tender hia reaignation. The eoldier haa agreed to go into the aervios ofthe United States with the understanding that oertain per sons who pereuaded him to enliat shall continue to command him. If ho had thought otherwise there is no doubt that in many eases he would have declined to volunteer. When he has been sworn in he is bound for the whole term of service, and there can be no reason why hia aBker should be exempt nor, so far aa control thia army, shall from the same restriction in that lady by the name of Elisabeth Sullivan, who lives near Cambridge, Ohio, was bitten by a copperhead anake on Tuesday morning last. She went out into the amoke-howe to cut some meat for breakfast, and while ao doing she waa bitten on the heel 14 by the .*** •towards found aad killed. —[Wheeling Intelligenoer. I oan he be exempt reepeet whieh has been imposed upon the private aoldier. A large part of the dimatiafac- tio» justly felt by the private soldiers of the volunteer regimenta has arisen from this vary practice. Aa soon as a commis sioned officer grows tired of tbe fstigue and hardship of service, he tendere bis resignation, sod in very many rases he haa found means to have it accepted. A private aoldier has no sueh means of free* ing himself from the obligation which he imnfl**! »r b!—=!f, lU .'all u« deratanding that the officer who persuad ed him to volunteer was equally bound with bimaelf, and would remain with him. The praetioe of abaadoning the private soldiers who have volunteered at their instance, reflects little oredit upon officers, and will only be tolerated in this army wheo^I no longer control it. SyThe Richmond Examiner rejoices over the abundant crops it Virginia, but admits that the cereal cropa in the States are "aa absolute ftilure." BY TELEGRAPH. dtontermoim Report. Betty Lom on Both Side*! GALLANTRY OF BANK8. [Special to Tribune.] Headquarters Army of Va., Six miles beyond Culpepper, Va., August 10, 1802. A battle was fought yesterday between Banks and Stonewall Jackson. General Bayard, of McDowell'a corps, with bis eavalry brigade, had boen engaged the day before in tbe extreme advance, near the Rapidan river, akirmishing and ma neuvering. taking some prisoners, and ending with slight loss, baffling the efforts of a large force to aurrouud and cut ihem off. Yesterday morning he was engaged for aome hours before Banks came up, and with four regiments of oavalry, the lat Pennsylvania, 1st Maine and 1st Rhode Island delayed and embarrassed the en orny'a advance. The rebels under Jsck son and Ewell had crossed the Rapidan ia forcc, and their advance guard 1500 strong was attacked by Banks yesterday afternoon, about six miles of Culpepper O. H. The fight waa almost wholly with artillery at firat, but infantry became en gaged about 6 o'clock, and a determined and moat bloody coo teat ensued. Banks' right wing, under Gen. Williams, suffered severely. The rebels' position was in woods, while the troops which attacked them were obliged to croes open ground. It was not until about o'clock that it became evident the rebela were attacking in force. Previously to that there had been rather desultory cannouading. The whole rebel force suddenly attacked, in overwhelming numbers, at all pointa.— Nearly all their regiments had full ranks At 7i o'clock Oen. Pope arrived on the field from Culpepper, accompanied by McDowell aud part of McDowell's oorpe, The battle was snbstantially over, Banks holding the same ground be occupied at the beginning. After the arrival of Pope there waa sn artillery contest, lasting at intervals till near 2 o'clock. The night was unusually clear, and tbe moon full. The rebels planted a battery against Gen. McDowell's centre, where Gen. Pope and Gen. Banks were bringing both of iheir fires. The Generals and staffs were so near the rebel lines that a sadden charge of rebel cavalry was made from the woods, a quarter of a mile off, with a view to cap ture them. Tbe attempt waa repelled bo a vigorous fire from McDowell's troops, and the Generals and their staffs left the ground under a cross fire from tbe rebels snd tbeir own troops. The fire of the rebel batteries was afterwards silenced. Pope oil arriving sent fresh troops to the front to take the place of Banks' ex hausted columns. The enemy did not renew the attack, except by artillery.— Banks was on the field throughout the sction and constantly under firu. His handling of his troops snd personal gal lantry are highly praised by his officers The bravery and good conduct of tbe troops were conspicuous during a large portion of the fight. Wben overpowered by numbers aome regiments retreated in disorder. Col. Knight, 46th Pennsylvania, is dangerously wounded Lieut. Colonel Stlf ridge, eeverely Major Walters, arm am putated Adjt. Boyd, severely all of the same regiment- Col. Donnelly, 28th New York Lieut. Col. Brown, arm am. putated Major Cook, killed all of the 28tb. Col. Chagman, 5th Conn., wound ed and prisoner Lieut. Col. Stone, same regiment, killed alao, Major Blake, same ragimeut, wounded aad a prisoner. Of the Massachusetts BWB, Msjor Lanage is missing, probably killed. He was left on the field in a dying condition. Oaptain Abbott, killed Gen. Banks 4a^ rather se verely hurt by an accident. A cavalry trooper ran against him, striking him heavily on the side. Col. Ruggles, Chief of Staff of Shoto, had bis horse shot un der him. Lieat. Hopkins, Tth Ohio, it wounded. Two of Gen. Pope's Body. Guard were killed. Tbe 2d Massachusetts was in the hard eat of tbe fight, and suffered severely,— The 6th Connecticut, 27th Indiana snd 46th Pennsylvania are badly cut np. Lt. Ramsay, of Gen. Banks' staff, had his horse shot under him. The rebel Gen eral Wilder was wonnded. The losses are very heavy on both sides, not less than 2,000 or 8,000 in killed, wounded and miasing on each side. Some prison ers are taken by both. Jackson and £well were both present ia tbe battle. Reinforcements under Gen. Hill, to the amount of 18,000 mea, reached the rebels last night at about the aame time that ours arrived. Skirmiehing in front is going on this morning, but tbe troops on both sides are so much exhsusted by fatigue and the in tense heat that no serious encounter is expected to-day. No details have been offioially received. It ia repreeented that Gen. Prince, Au gur and Geary were wounded. Vrma SSM imv New York AugTTT The Herald's sccount of the fight says: Gen. Geenr's brigade of Anger's division bad the advance and maintained it ad mirably. Geary's brigade consisted of] the 5th, 7tb and 29th Ohio, *8th Penn sylvania and Snapp's battery. No sooner hsd these troops taken their plaoee than the rebels opened musketry fire upon them from two aidee in front, aided by the batteriea before mentioned. The bat teries in the mountains also kept up a moat destructive fire, but our troojis igyer faltand. The fight become general st 5i p. as., snd continued until darkness ea£ ed the oarnage. I have witnessed many battle* during this war, but none where the tenacious obstinacy of the Americau character was so fully displayed. Oar troops fought like veterans. No sooner did a volley of muaketry or dincharge of artillery mow down the ranks of a regi ment than the gaps were closed up and a new front presented. Regiment vied with regiment and brigade with brigade in deeds of valor, and few instanoes were there indeed where individuals faltered. The 8th and 12th regulars, led by Capt. Pitcher, did excellent service. Capt. P. was wounded in tbe knee by a musket shot, but kept the field until the end, when the firing of musketry teased ut dark. The artillery on the uit.uiilaius kept up a random fire till near midnight. At dark our troops withdrew to a small cope of wood, where they were joined soon after by the corps of McDowell and Sigel, who formed in tho rear. At 9 p. m. the hungry and wearied troops of Qen. Banks were relieved and fell back half a mile, resting on their arms. At about 4 p. m. Gen. Pope went upon the field and was greeted with vociferous cheers. The General rode to the extreme front, in the thickest of tbe fight, and came near getting into a rebel ambuscade, but discovered the danger in time to avoid it. We took several prisoners. It is certain that the rebel Gen. Wilder ie killed Gen. Jackion is wounded slightly in the hand Gen. Saxton ia mortally wounded. The rebel foroe waa from 40, 000 to 60,000. Gen. Anger's wound is not dangerous. Gen. Geary is severely wounded in the arm. Geo. Banks had his horse killed under him. Culpepper is one vast hospital, though most of the wounded will be sent to Washington for treatment. Two pieces of artillery and a large number of email arms were cap tured from tbe enemy. The Times' Washington dispatch con tains the following: Gov. Sprague was routed this morning at daylight, by a special uie*.-engcr, and vtarted immediately for Gen. BurnsicU-'e army. It has been believed for some time that Burnside and Pope were in some way to co operate in present movements, and this suaden sending for Sprague is inter preted as indicating speedy activity.— Matters arc not stagnating at Fredericks burg, by «ny means. It is now consider ed certain that there ha* been heavy fight ing at Gordonsvilleon Saturday afternoon, and perhaps to-dsy. Two trains of car» left Alexandria this morning, for the wounded. Advicea from other quarters indicate that our Government had not been confined to Pope's army alone. Gen. Pope is understood to be too busy to seed report*. The New York, Aug..!?. Port Royal dates of the 28th state that the guuboat Unadilla had captured the British steamer Modanna while tryiug to run tbe blockade. 81,e bad been previ ously struck while trying to rnn by Fort Pnlaaki. She La* a heavy cargo. A letter, dated off Mobile 3Ut, reporta six men deserted from Fort Morgan, reaching the frigate Susquehanna with considerable risk they had all their arms and acoontrements and agreed to shoot each other rather than be reoaptured by the rebels. They report the garrison of Fort Morgan from to 800, many rf whom are foreignera, and but little re sisteuce will be made by two thirds of the garrison to our forces. Two com panies of light artillery who skedsdtiied rrom Shiloh garrison Fort Gaines. Washington, August 11. following offioers have been ex* chaamd, and may at onee enter upon duty, Ool. Keotv, 1st Maryland Lieut. Col. Hoffman, 8th U. S. Infantry Mr. Clitx, 12th Infantry, and Maj. Dwight, 2nd Masaachusette Capt. Wallace, lit In fantry Captain Lowman aad Hopkins, Lieut. Stelngbar, Horn and Lag, 3rd In fan try Capt. Gibb, 3rd Cavalry Steven son, Pettews«d Lieut's. Plummer, Han oock and ftyan, Ttfelptatry i Oant- Milwaukee, Aug. 9. Fifteen to twenty refageee were taken from propellers to-day an route for Cana da, to eacape the draft. B«k«l BlackfaaHtliai. We hope our authorities, in negotia ting for an exchange of prisoners, will make tbe invaders acoount for at least a portion of the "contrabands" tbej- have stolen, though in mekiag up their rela tive value it should appear that one nig ger is equal to two Yankees.—[Richmond iKfin* k The dogs ought to be exterminated.— They cousume twice as mnch as would support all the Yankee prisoners we have oonfined have. It ia true that many of our learned Mends who delight in do. scanting upon the characteristics of raoea might prove that our dogs are superior to Yankeea. But if this be established, and their theory practioally oarried out, even to the aacrifice of prisonera, there would still be good reason for destroying the dogs. It would leave more for our peo ple.—rRicbawndWhig. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. gTRAYED Oil STOLEN. aofflS-d3l 4 wHh dark man* and tail, tkrr v ™«001 and haavy Partfcm lar ntarfca ara email lump Juit abiT«bodied. I.}' 4B.t each of th» bti e I**r1*"" audliif and 1« rawardad*L,T#ry St*b|o, a»n ^Budliif and liirmi at McJCrf lit b* lib*tall) Baokuk u M: 11 CHRISTT, i Hoa»e Townahip, Clark Co., Mo. TTENTI0N VOLUNTEERS 1 Mr mora Toluntatra wfll be racked to fill an company tolha mazimuai nntnbar. Tbe rititm'* boonU nf fso to a a1n*i* mu, and ST" for a marri*! man, will be raady by tbe u— tka oo patiy U mSnterrtt in. The G"»erutu»nt boanly apd advance pay amoantln lo S4U can b* lately raited upon. Tbta ii bet lar thaa to he druftwl, Vdiutiaera who b»v«ie«n aarvice, »nd alao new ra. cmiu will plaaav report between lfai» day morning no*'. Ulna and Tbura- KHUCK, RacralUni Officer, Aoit*-d4t Oorncr Third and Mahi atreeta. DRAFTING To Si) «t bla CoiMMjr. TW afrregM* Government Bottat, BtttSBiat CitalM and $76 tor ON TO COMMKNCK TBS SIXTBBNTH $258. ATT1STIM VLPKTlKtS? $25$. flit oaderaiffn- hiring baen ooamJaaioaad to ralae Me Cobpaiiy of Infantry for Uta «aw raftaaat •aalre •d t« tha Firat CunlrMaional IMctrlct tf lawa daairtt Tf ABLE-BODIED ME* mj Total lor on* ya»r....„ Making monthly wagea „r a pri vate, fertldM eeirtawK#, and n lcnd*B6e, aa foliowa: JUcuiar bimIMi »iy par year tttedie*! u. SIM ro !U0 00 9 00 ,S26" "0 of 6u. S4u wilt be paid In arivauoa toaach man by IheGoy ernuj' iit, and extra luurty of tar aincUl married men by oar patriotic eitlama. Capt. Mifiunli hat Man fawt«M nontt'a actlr* aarvlce Mam oSkea. Ho 1M Mala alraat. Ktokafc. Hob-oAa« la Montreae, fart Stflaoa aad BarltegMe. CHAS MAtilXRIS. Racnltli(Oe«r. aadt-dlw ie* Mala Stiwat, Staknfc. STATE OF W. H. WOltTHINGTOH Notice la harikr fltn that tbe naderaicaad kw kaaa appointed by the Cownty Court or Lao eoanty, Iowa, kxecatrkx, with tha Wiu aaaaiad, or Ua a«' itjlaio n. WarthingtOB, decaaaad, lata aS •aid roomy. 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LO#av, tad atraat, Kafr. BVK. ia«i. IL1TARY BOOKS. BevUel Amy Banlatlo&i I'. Infantry Tac-ticr V S Maudy Book VorwUehy W. WBSOOtf. kUln-et 84 doer froaidah. QROVER & BAKER S K i HRATBB KOI8KLBNM SEWING BKAOBmas, •akiaa buth Lha Gnmr is Baker Stiiek and Loch Stitch, VKICK SSO ARB rrwiBM, |Firat Hra*l«a in llllnoU, Ohio and MtcUcan, PAKTIKS UACH15EK or TBB QKOV Kl) AcPURCHAalMG BaKEH Sewlac Macblna Company a%a have their choice Machiaaa aiakinf eltbar adtch •ml cbaTifw ir tLc» daaira to. T%» aa1$ Cabhw aMa I* e#«r nek *dufntunii tWj alao aSer t|« paMte at the exlraaaatr taw priee of $40 Porty $40 A Sfratflt IMI Stitek Y^ARlWABll Jar- dan, 8th Infantry Liput. ilcNally and Croesy, 3rd Cavalry Col. Corcoran will be ei?binned, for Col. Hanson. jOswego, Aogr ll, Col. Liitlejohn's regiment already num bers over R00 men. Some oompaniea from the oountry have been obliged to discharge their overflowing numbers, and 15 strong men refused from one eompany here this morning wept like children, Geneeseo, Ills., Aug. 9. Henry eounty appropriates fiftv dollars bounty to volunteers, and ten tnoueand dollars to families. Six hsndred volun teers enlisted. JMak,mt euital.lf Tali. or« ur famllf u*r TbU Marhtue la i*'fr ataa, rapid ijuiei eiBS)l abd far uperior to H.« rhatlia ar Lock Stitch Maetiiae. bcfeteri.re •..!}at T5 w SW- Oearea/ OJei, lift Ukt Itrtal, tillt'jioe, IL|„ O. HILTOR, Ageat for Kaekak aad vIcMSV. reraoaa latareatad are invited ta rail at a reakthaae, (Mlaaiaaippi Valley Baraarr.) la tbe waatara MUtt 4 tha eiif, and taaaalaalka Maahlaa. jyUHu The Cltliaaa of" Old Uth «ra ca|1«a upon u BAUT! BAUri la hither aid, —t,w—— -r* a-taaa ta mwB TreaaM »"d raballioa, la arcardaace wHh tha raeaat callafti* Pr»dd»it, and tha praalaaMUoa of lha Oevaiaai of uur state la viaw af whiahthaaBlaawa •rtSaOwaS ty aea aarneatly raqnaaied to aaaawhla la SB A II MKKTIRb la tkekr iaayullva Towaahlpa, aa faMawi ia Daa Mvtaat Tp.,at Vtaaanaa, aa TSamSat 1i*tt. In H^rrlaaa do at Prlmroae, ua do da »n Maatroaa So at Boatroae, on do Ia Cadar dp at Mopnd.wa Yrlday la Marlon do at Pilot frovr^n da la riaaaaat RidweTp., at Kiactioa Preehiot, do )a Charlaatoa T»., at Charirat#a, oo Saturday Mat. la Sraaklln 4a at Franklin, on da da 1» Weat Point do at WaatPaM.aa do da j|aaSafthaaw»fsia»a«eiislaeiwtii ha hald at a ••sisals ttf4fMrasea. do Aad la JoH HaSiM, VaMraaa, naaaarki Wsfk inytaa aad Gvaaa Bay TawaAlpa, at aack tlnaa oil pucea «a»i ha aaad apaa, aad aottaa gtvw m» Cumailttae of Arraaganaata, at Port Maakaa, darfv the paaaaat waak. OOlOi OUT, KVKRYBOD7! Aad §4 va yoar iaSwaeea and aid la wutahlacoar Oov •raataat aad bra»e Ratdiara ia oraahlac trailora, aad eaforciai tha Lawa of »or balovad Cooatry. old aad yoaac.tara uat aad hrlnc Ma neighbors to tha aaaatia«a, aad lat tha tapira Cwuitr bona flratto ralaa hari}BoU of aaa is riaaaaaa la the call. Speaker* wUl Addreu the Meeting*, Aad axpiala tally tha oh)acta aad Kaakak, Jaly 98th. ISSi. HILL'Sthalowaataaah I ana af IB COXM1TTBB. ONEY SOAP, Uta Saa'a Owalaat Voraaia hy BOSBBTSOif BMcQOBBli. aprlS-d TEAS OUGARS, O For aaia la •Krrll-d QUIi ia*IM AND COFFEES. Feraalalaw.by WAM't POLLOCK. UINCY FLOUR. Paraalaby BOBBBTSOB fc KctCBBlT. TTAMBURG CHEESE. 75 nana joat raeaivad a»4foeaale bw jmf-m ULkOtfO a BIBOB GERMAN SOAP, GATES* MATT BBS, KXTRACT OP COPPER, iprtaaa. whalaaalaaad re* Por aala at tall, by aiyM 9Q BBL8. COAL OIL. WraetfroM Faatorj. Por aale by piCKLES, SAN ckL POLLOCK, llSMalalk KBLLOOOS BIBOB. In Tlnagar, far aala lew b» BOBBBTSO* acaxnnwi YY ANTED—2000 BUSHELS KAVT jit