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J" ' .-T1""" iriiyinii. i; -aaaauaa h a,, mi ,ni,!mvt, m .i.. iKMgmili .' .. "" ' J$Skti-, -V. -n " a ti$ BY M'CLANAHAN & DILL.. fit, l - .'- i' ' ... MiSOE LLAjJfHO'ijjA Unit. iri-Wejfey xua Weekly OI. J.'Cri4SAiIAK BHHJAJCS 7. blii, Ctntcr J few a4 rtyic of . or ctbcrmao. rfiaaw i -if jHP-.iie of -reelBAe Q wb al ,itm 'd. HV p-H 1 y , m-.n-h ! ihi nosrb ' 8L50 75 A -P -IXIglUA OH' tin riia t he. Hiabw tOB.-Ji. u., ibta,f t$ f b T ftivrfl rtvn a . U A -tD r;o of 13 dcc-e to rztrtbit thr'ilunr Jtnrv! tmd IE rr flytunntbics nuil Sltaasiou ;5y4's mufa is 'beoii twid abont the r.ubcr sofli W&iKyrVxteWed the Couftf-Wnte firxay' in ,-r . - -, -. l -.-t tnu tuwic ten. joe L XKUi-TO A N Ti K Vbarv i i. ih .fi XJ mn:y ot 'fee l.s t a-m i 'f L.' Horr -a. rfee ad w r - sraalM to t'u'- on 'tA t4d lin f! tol-r t rm. 16 , at P o!- &ot f y at. '44 rtreM, t-i rihioic bet Mud tc( tSEi WmIj it- m-- -r w i tba jrtttarHHttj' oriOE TO 1HB MILITIA ! ! Slate Troops i UK .lCj -.UT n MA J viiNtK AL'S Ol FIl i.. t Oeaa Or-Ux So 3J AjIi- li rg moi 5f c (-x'fp' th V mi ("try '"'' '1K-Plthl t r llfriaf tO ilH TOO"' i&io; i'faiff h i-re prctin ens bi i hereby ocaered to ! t ihir cob nMHtr inr nntv. B tT(,r of Maior-arH Ti rrts ME L yf ItTERS .'ACKsO, Mis . Ofltoop, 7 iS.S. r No k," xtx if V of .Bi-lri I ptodm ( ! r cTtrr t larded is vn ton t wiit n m ill .oo ox . r p r. ton- 4eUi to ibci Udraa'l-n- I fed I. . D Gom r Kif I & .bobte tn. y S u of U si ip i. wr fraii'. .J t rit- bj tin lo''e fi lf d a m .. , WiSsi A !fOPK R. pht ij ihst Stefc, and a devoted Iriwdpf the S;odTl Or? !- d, wn o i-e uudo j- ,1 ti Pr batocNU-t of V.i Kb, mont a of Mb i rfpp., v 'b 84tuber tors lifQ Ibweu. ibi- m-iv. 1 Unrsf r- borrby (ia rovalLuc Pf'n h;u Iaim agfcii t tbe wis . t- 4oiocwa i, . .it t1--M eo4 b"'" "be -a g'rd ia tbe saaa r h:-.-1 rhhm iho t k-e pre1be i by iaw Br tk"j 'l f - TM b-U I-d v. Jjr), E1 Te'- oa . f a: V- ,, m J e b-? rfi tv.te w LLOTD TrL6HMN B.1f ad - ftp --l C. fi i-h: , O-mRadtsg Ex ' Pfc--.l F Iran !'i-t aij P W1ATT N Kr.LJS. fR., t.LAt K iL K1CK .a. 13, -'tcKSON &. b kati 28, 1861. or'-.Lg jfn uum , b I ui -. oqpaaira of vi f l y ii peot! iaawdatl lt lbir re ! r at Jaetuon an i la nt ortvywi'i r.i- r...-T n .i mi tr aad aaford S50-r cy 0:"h t . ,,.r. i.h n a bear e m nt Uu n-ahmti' t he rui .il iri "M-;fr- wi b it ;oifi Hie I pai.e-t. Ai o.1? rw ot itCo- ftei ate St .! Anay a i 1 ro" '- -r be' earoi-to Bevri; b Sbn; iff ig'i-a c.t9-" ate ock, aiT-qWt jd t a-"' a. tih it. u aii to c !Vm o. ar t Jk cOn tu ti i th B6f i!tiitA-v atatioaa. wko wifi Bi tbir. i--"--kB d Uii pot AH Befiotn ; ud ctl' e iax d;rti fcrw vsUtlad to i r.v la racb. b e-i-wg w 1 be .oblUbed at emti tor tbe rH( Oeaera LLOTO TllUMIMAF. t" 'WHAT TAN bL 1 R p.-!- di. . reward i : A - of iu in i . y w-- -rfc'HL oJtO' I. F.JLDjr,iBTi.its 0!STit5CT P . MlS-l 81 SPPI V M.a.. feepteiatar 1. t86 ) VI. THF fol ow n? f er- I ordi"r ii pubfofe ? tor 11 - i fc.-a-iijo of ad bvm ft mar taamm hi bia 1j r: or r of S.-;gaKrtJaltai KDSSLT. ?enerfU Orders 'iro. O-i. (, FIOK Al Ui SIKk ,OR jdin: Wi.-e , tie . of &Kiatratiu i -a the tU tl E nth S. kbb tt if r d rM p.-Ri )i mt . aia- ii.i br e tBiti6r eiia t4, of f-a I'rcbt. ,oun f Vl b jfbie'raty. Sut o' il-ipot, bii in ti fi 'u bar to r -'t a r q. fKog at mrKotw Lf at cat u l t bww of Bn oee -ttl ia-xbitl t -m.t w-dhATO boai rej it-Pea Id -bi 13 1-.U5 w.nii- ti- aa- wor ta bylaw nr b.y h .i v rtw (ad - n u ' ... . . t - f C b en R b a4 HeuWy Jt a Jf, jbl . : y,-u Kr te V C.J d V-b-.ud.i6.r b r,' kP.ubkt U;"tl t. f k A - My A si-tai to -r' 'bXbc b 'a ib ca t II tov-t ooit jf SomI y iii (ctatM- Lf b a sd44vt- bw ev,-i i jjii uaa. 6 ttw ' . HI niitt Ja,C UcS e v. v; 8f'nJit S a'c, M . i cd js. vv. k.,i,t B. 0-tw.5. ii J.i.r! ft? J, P .'ii h W ao4 jittarry 8 Sn t p; yle ir paff't.- a il i. r bat anftiV 1. f joau i' Boitit w-d Mi ,ja BUBrH, CPA a oVciv n di tbe avev die: y. ... T6 ue-.a I be Uixi A't-U. W !(c, Jad of Pirofct '4 said Hi'.j. 1 tied tUt 2il . -or S-iEbT -. -J. A, ..OL.G IH1 ejC, mgitfica(tot'jtf his gallaat -fitalo b. pub : -Kmnciantuni X IhaI to apnear 6e BaonBloeist j)h8io saotimcQt xny Siato, resulting from. the p&M3g Of tut tugBicaerata army over ua wnoafder As - our governinout, througli 06 ptK&aiiioo oj tl'6 Cominander-iii-chifif ti tiw Sjfat;tilrS',d to Uie popld .of Mrylaod-, ha . r . . . . 1 .. . j - . r . j tiwaao rpportuoiiy ol decidjnir their po1ifeji ftSfefiny. it is tvsen lally - nectssary that them H&pttKI b no nitgaooerstariimijr or. pr judgment, it ih prrseot ocetwiou,J6e - lott'it may never HjTitiB bettwvptep. ItbgpHa tou people ana inn Btatenu tvno soninu itivir interests t Hvoid liastv rfaduaioiut.- lb lily letter to the cmso t t j tgiPiatar of Virginia, last wmer, I sfava th ?.'!.' I aukatn aatinBce that tho people of Maryland w.ild, by an ev whelming niajiirity, uriiV' ih tlir-ir bretbrou of tbe fjouth in esiablishine tie id pK)erjoe of uBCtDfederatfl States, if U cbatou wer au:cken from thnir limbs and ariBH piaced 4ji tfcojr hands. , Th experience Dl eveiy day sittee bas only coi hnii-d tbm ojiirii-n. I am therefore distri-ssed abd troubled by tbe maciWstBiion of dbs&tisfac- -t-in at .the fcuppoevd nafavor&bie reueaii,,.i t'f the army by otti people. 1 tbink.1 shall b ?b'e to shtw that anch a cofa plaint isuniontd g aud Hoh-asonAblo. It ia well kuowa in Ku bawtid fou'sider at least, of t ffieial etreles ) it flie itavauci? ol tbe aimy m'o llaryhtt d wok tvny ena by n'arpritw All atjppoeed tba' vpch an adraoee woujd be made, but none au ticrpfttfd 80 early a lealraaticn of. their hopes Aa( errio ig3 of tbe faot, I left Kiehmotid and peedJr4r.tifiTHrd the army itb all iiied.KbJclCtlteltratnr-rfi otmestB3 of traag prtatiB cwild afford. On nv arrival liere. I use rtahif-f that Geueral L-'e hart leit Prtdaiich , LXSiMKAT KS 0TI , i.fit n fad io 1 jet. a i n p. - n h,- -i to of 8" mrt Mtfi W , "sr iad if Wuriian-ouots t, ) f; lialui e. ffr t-i 10 lfl -u w- n d.K-tle A nl ena 1 1 1 P ob . , - f i.rt of .rd l; b row tuitNat.; cteto-ajuiwt th auv ot jd -i- id bia; to tbe iaana m withtuHw fMta pistibtfl bVwfe$r HO at pe" -- Jwrltic ota mir tat rs- ,f . Michiel ioiMoa. jipco- d l urt etn' attauulajra i a hano k -ulted to tbe an er '(ra d by i j obt'e a.ari of ti- 1 r iuiy Ki-siM apt bi ib tfay te A. D , 16 tMK ca Wi-iv inv.a m: perjn bT eJim aff uat bai l f ta yifajm' bo rvu aoa uare isbem "Od ia tt n -aaer.-iswl t h a th- tiwi pr-atnibea h i Jaw or tjrey iB ba f f at barad; iid 2 b jm &i t i isot-l to u-d mi a ju vereby o.ted to bm6 i raeiii- pay e i:. H. bh AKSOK ftfcl!XO!n Ta.. epcember Hb, leas IV COMMAD'JRS of A ray e.-rp regitert 41 J b H iSa ill at' e to tbfe oflSet Bi-mi j -fira t Ui ir e p-vtlv. emiuiitldK 00 the forai fi-r in b. d cad acc:d ng-to tM UrejiI-i. exprewed us l n t S5e nrbjt- of tH rf "rut Bftkm wt I nuke ;ti ciS r 1 :t nnh en i '.tmb .-f e!i ji lb r f '1 - .t 'i ibr ri a 1 g irv fr- ri I ( j.-unib f c ii- r'pt .r ii i. c'ti n lb um o Ih i Tnflc . t -.u--b-r far 11 d a d sxeep d i. jtVp- 1 d f r i i b rpi zaa-ie tbe BOBx-r "it tortra d !) rrgiTtu, aitd ".b ;aj ratuaiaiBc So M. (-OOPKH, Adj itct acd Iaipestnr eeseraL 1. M. BO8, A Af jta t pt-mI. JUitrict oF the .Tiissisitpi. iitiii,i TtllM JCKUA, UiMimipp' September 19, ) Gesei-a! Or 'f .'- '.4 1 JTofuci'i ' tf. euroiltneat nd orgaiiiration of eon ,c!i i.vr it.ic ibe d kt an arrordance wltb tbe ar of oofrt-a of toe Ukb April irtC2, n4 tiM onien and rejii '.'t.f f tbe Hon. Secretary of "VYa ia relur io . -rio k'1 taiiltary eosuBaudeni and provoi-t mar rba'.e -re b" oy rwi'i.r-4 to t t proaipt and enercetic Biriatr'M t" .nroli ad forward iii coueripte to tbetr j,rernb-d ran-pn of liinTr-ortioa tCirWT of tL- militia, eavll tBBa4rate and loyal e ti-itu-i re rn-Ki-d 10 aid ia "be fiwartuo of X law and 0 forworn Ii.ts o peroost anbiect to eonacript duty mdrBg ai bia tbeir reapvetiTO dittricU aad nrfa)dio- if Wititbry rntsaonden aad provoet m rabas arc bvb. iBarncted t furaib Hutu of eooerlpt raatding vi itbta their r-pctje jarirdictionK. vrbo ahitll Bt bave brn jtircadj eruoII-('- ia eotapttanee wltb the law to "tbe ?detHnt gnrri offic- at tbo b-adqaartrra. Ill Coatcrtpts who t ave bn enrolled in otaaiuc latt of parr.f ti rnngrs, rabteo wkbin tbe ftmttfl of tout diatriet junee the lbtbof April 1652 and coBMripU wbe bars aarotlel in aoyrpeiaMi t battaltkm. or rompaoy tse IC 21 t nf July, loa, will. In acoordnaw witb tbe urderj of tbe Swrctary ofWar of Asgawt lgtb. IgSl be nt tuidVr cbarge of a eapaaieioned efierr who wil! carry a dM-r f.t:v roii of aacb coun-ript e0B4ainla( notic i tife peri"d during watab and tbe oorapaa In wbiet be aatv bavr c rvi aod & utaiaateBt of oemty pui I aad ctoihtog uaed. No rxempiiou to tune r -'jtrem cU will be reeog nU- i uxiive- in-ed on written (ntbority bitlierto gives sy tbe War l-ianoieut. or by tbe iniM-rl eonmaadine Ibie tbRriet or tbr tub JUtrieK. of wbieb It ia eotnponed By order Er.pHdjer-Gae.al Kt GGl.Es. KM. HOOK foSS-lta AiKiatHit A dtoTi4Jier) iitrict of he itiii&&ippi. HKALCARTahS, J'CKScjF, MntMtp -1, ) Spteilber 8, 196?. . i CeEM' Orr No. a prpj ie order amoag m<ary perMK, aa4 to J . j,- vw ".t .mp ope' loterooane wSh be eoeany. by tTQi?r"clUaa r K'd en, tbe fo lowlnf prsoarm act -.enip rarity w prorimt m r bala At t o lata (ktflg luttrd, vit: Vickrowg and Wa ren eoanty, KUdaappt, CaptalE . A. Tavlor. Jaeboa ad Hind facte, Hbsialppl, Jai. D. Stoart Saii-t Helena peril',. Loaiiilasa, Judge O. W. Hartls. Snitit lajaaor paiiab, Lnuintaaa, Ju-oh L B sse. J..viiigtnn irirb. Uuukiaua, T G Darirtpon. JiKton oo- canh. Looiriaaa, R. A. II outer. y-.ri Hr,dor. LoamiM Jobs C Mil or. Earl F lU-ihna pArUh.l iHiaua, 1. O ITaTdA. Wi Fruna- pa iti., lajaiaua J II OoiHos. Ao-'D-i'j fi -.. .claiana. Captain Samael Bard,' Aasu vn--i.ippL . K. Parra. ilAwx 'Axt, . MiKHMMppi, Howe) Hiiidx. 1 laib jruC e quity MiG ppi . WJtbjoo '('.uty irl-itpt, J BT Stiaai. VaUfatni-h , r-mniy, M. wwippi. K. H Forretter. j fsjoowaxtv, tliilpiii. H. C Tylr. j U Martiai l r.:rin beea aboliau d. tbe dntlei of j Ike provoet uMuabal above nmtl, will be confined ttnc- . wttbun tbin- ppper niiuta y jarirdteHoe, iu (orifnraiti Wtk il oaetona ol wht. and Ibe toliowisg J farricteai ww ; t Artic tVbonoevw Kb all reb've tbe eoray wltb j mo y T6oA!t or ammKnttius, nr sbttll knowiagtj bar- : tier or pro a eoeaiy "n oeiwa. or mm oior r jituJsl ju vUui be ordered by toe aeatenee of a coBrt "tf r ra '. St Wboeref aball b cooeieted of boUing n-ro!i2re with, or giving ' iilg-ae to, tbv eneai..etWdirl.y or lndr)y. b U eofier death, or aaafa tuber p sLibneut al ibaU be ordered by tbe sea louov ot eo.'-t luarilaL ... Article if Ail psbtie atoriw taken la tbe eneiBy'e eatup. town, tor . or lusgazinen, whether of anMery, Slsrifidtrftldx r.jthliig. fo age. nr prorWon, abaHtw ee saredJw" tbe seieice of tbe Confeiierate Stale! ; tor tbe. jMleet ol wtut tbe eorama&ding offloer ia to be newernbi. - , : v AJ'tcie K. En ry officer or provoet tnansbal,-tO wboe . i - n. t i.aii oe ommi'm. " " ifrHBKKAS ettar. of tdadfiPtra ran on th exuite t oi i. u. Hiuva, ngne(i,nei g''B-d V5 B' lodersigoaa at iie Ap-11 term JL D. m 4 tbe Pr court of txfayot aotf, -t!e of iii k ! ,p . bi no ice thr tore h reby gik's i r-qnr- inn i per ' c a a ipn'ji too tiit'torwtii ee-i -oesoiott be iac nd have i be- - re Ktered in. tba taauner ond "to n tL- uut nrer bed by aw, r tbe -8fi la8it' ' 4 mns 'W. Administrator's ISTotice. V4,TH K AS I tier o' tdtf.icat ati a i-a .orttsttr" 7 ef E ruand B P. rk!a, teoril hp era- te tbe on ie .iguei m hi ay tbe or- d y o- tf Ja y sr i. -. . L) l-j-.i, f rfie P o-ate eoort j' t' e .c- uuiy if Vatabivba. S a e of (kriiaiiiu. it bei.i rb 7ib la o said h, hi- nottei- ih ;ef re heieby gie,B i-q-texilnga'' p-inon but tog Iiu- agHinxi 'he.-ia-f aatd deee- d. to exhilt te" etb :ui have thei rgt-tred in tbe niaeuor and wL-hm ths timi prwauii eo iy iaw, or uay wjii oe torTr oarrI JON B SMITH. xrvaa.l e , - Mmm),.. '"r. .dmiiiistratd Hotice.V : WuBKt-An, lete Mil aAamTt-t ioti o. tn, , ol Bat. hi lib, dcea, nore ciat'td te a tora-finet a' Mo dy tLe 6Wt dy oV fe Ja y t-rnv . D 16AS nt tbe Piob-'e rale Yslutaa ovsty iVUt of Kb-g ' ii pi. it bei-i! tihda of -a a i onttt tbir tx'tloe a iben-fore be ebyrreo roq ering'a I p r- m eiblbtt tbe .aeaod bave ". t in u ! seached,and their private arms taken from them tttjtb tbe army ott his raanh to Hieerstown bad rtttpkw.oT,mt;.Biiiig bim fur a few Ifou.a only on my-native-sod' .For wise g;aon8, ap parent" in fill, ia trbttrcomrawider nnmediaieiy afawtmrtt te-OT.s(-d bra atmy to tbe stuth bai.k oi tte Pi.t imac, after hawing'-epet.t bat a tew 'taja jlt twotyt tlm-'extreme wt-isUjrn conntieg o' Matylwid. "during wbicn he captured a. large Tirpleoildlyf m;ppd army at Harper's For rv.'kiwt gbinod 1iiB brilliant vicKiry ov-r the utain tedy 6f tha enemy at Sharpeb urg. Ion ly partic!pcUf in the uuiveraal h'pe aud boiiet o! tbVjHsiple Siat the gonitis of the commander, ifcd, tbe unbroken spb it of his troop will uo-.ii. raifil tln pronriso f hb proclatuatiun to the peo ple of Mftryjaud. Hie peupje of ilnrylaud had no notice cf the qv9hx oi me s -nia-ra troops, vvneu u -u iftA 19 vs in" Fdriok h- was forly-fi uiiKm 1rom tbe city of Baltimore a citv sur rud&dcd by Federal bavoui-ti. i -alonslv crirardtMi by uriartnid Federal police, and Iyiug in the r-a&y;f'irt'M(;H--nry and of two puwdffu! fort fivatioss ,litotu ithin the limits of the corpW ation. The advance of the a my readied r Fetktnsit on aainrday, and tin tbe Vednosday toiiowing the .army moved "tilt toward Hagets t'waid became engaged in the investment ! Hritf-laiy, and the battles cf BooueabotO aaO 8hrpbnfi:v afUtr which it immediately re tqnied to Vrefbia, where it now is. Thus the fatH tp!y is." that the army, made a hasty na ages through ftco o tbe remote countiiM of th o a, namH : Jj eedericls and WaihJii-oa trlHc8, together with Carrpll and Alleghany are wwli Jsiwws to c imain nearly the whole o iha utiMo.or litack Eepubhuan population to b totual . la.iSIrland And ytt, I ill say bow, i bat eyea In the two countifs first above mantiened, there will be n decided ruwjutity cast in tavor ! the S nth whenever reasonable tiaon tor orinMiizatton and a free ballot-box shall be secured to tbA people. I wag born nnit have nvd the greater part of my life in Fredetrek c-jntity, aiid can epeuh advisedly on this aab jt. No-.r sir, please look at the map of Maryland, c -tisifter weii tn circdmstauces above briefly al lud"d to. and y it it was possible fur Btlti uire oity tayaaMtid to tbe proclamation oi Gen- Ht! Le, or tfa eigb: coUB'ies of the E totem baare, divided .from thft Western throtiffUout j.. entire lengtb' of the Chesapeake Bay ; or tne cMiBWB CH ot. -iuary s, unaries. rnnce Georca'a, CaLvert. Anne Arundel, Howard and 3JUtuam6rijv ' aH within tnking distance of Wutangtrm ty; witti JioUletlan s army ad vatieed to-Piiobville. or Baltimore or Harford -6' untie. WHiria the Federal lines, and beyoud thereacJixjt support Consider that tbe people ot Mary land aevor bad arms or ammunition that titr llltreu months their hoa es have been VOLIJME- "Xj AjJO. -235, F&Un&f ,teemi0Ht of the Situation rrom th Uptinv&e Xonrnal, :k We learn from Captain Vanersdale, trho ar- JiJ-S lue aoviac8 ot oa? 9Jpbrtefa this morair4 It vU be aen t fat iu iuo, ypsnsyr t. jruaowB,, ui. utrwj atviai itjpcrans Wis stui ia pi tuibs of jour amy-ammJ at Lebanon last svjjjJgif; aim.." Li.biuatils twentv-aeven missniifhnrtl'ls''' ' . - . '.SadttioMttt F-cJeraf Account, J&JtSzhftha Jfeaitrtlri li'llletin. Oetohar Id ! -'-7.j4.-9rr-.-; . . tonowiug am aai report was received a pursuit up to Monday IIOSPJTAL SEAR POrAHLtTAS, ) uiobvr 5, 6 r. x. S :Batdsjow. rcft lecently m the vicinity of Bardsto wn at L . thjfccplamus and tools command t 74 iom- tnirry to inmy-tive thnnaud. 1W i-f!r."BA"l ?l WHM 'i111 '-tl Kurl- preosedall the wagons about Bardstown ihtol ""J1 unv&nin ns eiriVtdtit and had K.erioe, and -carried awav near: li tiir. ',srmJ-'thOa cntisid-'rably lit tfibf itaoo nf tfi aiekt-pf whieh iaere wan a groat mroibor. 1 4 1 8'0 -a ttwt ha made excelleat ar Guoarai Uariiee u the .an rsb4 .mm.ni I rangemoms for the wystnoa-of to-dav aoout nasi a me trunj our oamp of last m -ht. u enemy oeffan toawDntaonr a lvanr-H fir.t witn cavalry, tu wlncn their iiits.arv and rtfl. leryln lorce were aoon added toe rd narrow blttperewM in.Bsidsiowfj represent the rebel I nJ wlnd'Dg through s.wapi aud ju-igte and aear 'to faave B-t.-datowu. General TTr. I Oiso-i stiiii to be q He ill. TfoS teb 1 army whicft went off in the dinc ti ja or Xi-9uau, i t. in great haite, and relia troops m a. vary wkaioraHz d c ndition. Tilts rebel army have left Bird ciuity bre of suoaigteuee of ali kinds, and the leaidanw arv represeuted to be ia great want General K lU-seau. witb bis division, had i.aa . . . . I- - no.j.ayioraviiie route tor Uaavilie, by .-.ay of A genilemau arrived in tl le city from Franh fwt ytoida, who was present in Ffaukfurt on SvH(ay when tbe atteomt was hih'm tn A.m the bnditw ihre. 1j luforms us that tlm . toad bridge was entir-ly dstrojed. and t.n$ thr' oriajje Between uortn and south Frank f.rt final, but the t t aa tnrne1 out and DUt mttb fire. The briitge was tauc j mjartsd, but foot P'5?ngers can cros it wicu ease We have aheuly siaied that ivur precipitous rtagei, w ucn at mj8 ine attiiftry was, with diftfwiiv. drairred hv handi was one of . the most dangerous to at'empt iu the face ot the euwuv I haveuver s-t-h Thv took advaulago of every wamt aud inmrin tor tueir ini4iiiry. ana ewery n ire or mr rtiiiaiv. ttom whicii we succesaffilly dr.ive them, geuer aliy at thndnubte qnjrfc fo' fivo mhea to aud across His Ua win,), at Dili.' bridge, over which atiduptlw steep beyond we uu-iiel them .i rapidly tbat .thtiy hd not tiaaa to bant the bridgo. In urivtug tb& enemy we took two bat teries and-have thHm, aud at the rivr op;ured botweop two hundred and three huudre l prm-m- er-i, . among whom ate field i fli -rs and atds- le camp to Goura! Vu Dora, woo c uamanoed tae enemy. Ou account ot the tact that w h-ta forces. army, tlm lw HBmy. uu acc.oi folio Wini ii rt lh v arrant nf V .Un frequently to attack across dtjen fields Had nc w r " w-jw va tin iniiei . . . . . a, r under General Brai?(r. bad oeciiniwl I labile the enemy were Hndr dettae cover, R.riitn-.vii niiit.iiir.ltti, T u -itJ ! WO-tlava lQ3t CUitAU IlUmb 'rof lf5cra unit m.i retreaie.1 to Slid Crek, five miifs o,y.fnd It tfd I "d ima SeTO,a' hundred woundel, probab y a x-i-r-oiis wno resi in in this riimtv in-irr7"-K" ' "'i- iuy. uoui-iai hey Ua'd UeaVy cautioiikdin 428LWB very bad.y coufusea by a spent ion of rw.iKtnKn u.r i wufwg uun i t we eiae. coUntv lit- .i. . .. ... .. roiui us mat luey rrom the titreenon of Bar-jstown last nis-ht. mid !- L.U . A . . . n ia uoi iiufitouuniH uihi uit) was niavy (sKtr ntshuig io tat viciuity, if r i: a rnurral en eagemeot W.do not lieueve, hue. ever, lira r nerat Brsgg will rtK a ba'tle uea. BardV own. It ilt no drmbt be bis o1ut uj (b! Tach, o:i oamp ui. a it Dtns'-u, or eome p uot it, lbt Viauity Horn WHU;!i h hoD.a to kn ooon i- r . r -r nn ui retreat nut or me ota'a. A courier who left Snelbyvith at one o'clock trim mmamg, b'i'is a report that buth th' bmljrea acrtiss the k-iittrtslty tiver at Frank.'on bad b6tt deatroyed by th-i rebla. It is there bad I.wj.1 snd y ,u a refc-i'nentalnat of killed and woundeti a soon as'th-y cau behrouyhtiu Geperal Hurlburt Ms eava ry iu pursuit t ilf enemy, vhu moved off to the 8uth abont tour "WW this fiDO it. Oir infantry which started from B .livar at 3 o'clock a. m , yesti-r-'tayi-vmarehing twertfy-.-ox miles, and t.r-dj fiffetTbg fir miri uvor this country, under a ti". at short tauga fbrven hours, b-iag too fa';gttt d ta pursue To-day, bemd it tvili tk- untii da k o bring in the wuQimI d. The trop in rhon rJwi&e over' tho umerable hritlire ai llnn' fore tarr to infer that tbe rubel tores have lefJ cr-3 aBd '" .8t7' exposed to a ha nd F atoert thf .''"Jrtrthriil nnt lMa ilkaii ,on, thonsand. aajl xi- ttiffsoa ei jfflat- it n l AjLfclA Xi Tr .Ti .A 1 . i.. wuwru uctWDV lias trlOU 01 BIS waaGBO I oe lived absmt wt-f,r bvmtsr ' GoaoelOiiver - auetaf Ord dfoye Sh rebeidfire -tfl errf Diiestia ttK 8gu vlfv?r8-aa.Wod8Kftiid HHalfy acrsg'. Hrt Aiuconr nver at mvjs' bridge, . abflt. --- - - - w . V. ... I U-M. . Td Seht there lasted aavea Jmura. tvfl fooW aW:hritouetsvamong theoi S'hi i.rHa(r a an amAbvcattp W Vau V xb, Mfkv Wis ia command ot wh9 reoeis. - . - iff ice, when he advaierf hn ilnrintb tfr Brack uridff on the Il-itatiie'in r.hnr, nriu t tney aounfM this Ir.iin !.. thto K.t.t- n.: r..j . r"" w wa says, wo iwve antreMf hnn,lrU,l wimnd-d, trobbly more than tho eu-my. Gan erafVeHtch U . wni.lL H , n.i.-n n..A,i of. the two britrade BVPTLE OP CORISTH. - IVomtha Cbtcag) Joprnal. From an eye witting of th tta-.V nn r t. byrnce, Vu Djru&nd I. until m la.r Ganral Roa craw had bttc l-.00A raM1 ebela about 3U.0OO. Tlier broko R c?ttw, and cam- pU mlt into Corinth, "yelliBt tikedemms. B bindakaiU, Bear the public srj tare, several batteri' were phwted, loaded with doable cbanrea of snaa anil mm. whieli the enmv di 1 not nsriK. T,J crowded f e squire full with datum troops and when they were as thib a. iK could stand, the batter e or-?iui on ;tvm .i i tefrific . ff;ct. at short littanee, piling tii -quare niuiuiir oeaii ana wonrt.iui I ri-i-i,. uuwad d, thpyKOke and ran. our troops charg l it- nil mem Wlta th, mint tarrih l riu, n loss was sevwe io th atta-k which braka u.,e cower out was teart iHy made up by the artil I'ryatid bftyooetcbarg-'s. U-eral ffiw has 18 000 mem. Van r, to . T .v . ' wbb Any L. IVW) DiJUU. iS5 rcceot arrivaW Jroi our win be W,ucJ.-w8?Br, we Wrav tht Ia pro ri X ;3a beo elianged withi-t th-rt wk I t m tte nehboihood f BW-r Hut V.'e W go UrOieBtioBS ick bv ih tu . the opSqiu,, la WeU ,a)ufa,..i .ro i-IiT . "'"'oy does ui : ft, bim li in h. lion t, advoneo, and tr4. wbj.B t , pi -o. It v..,! , h,!UZ.lt on &J . UMUiti'j. i.-dS':e h. bv pushed rapidiy t.ratd afer in., rotntfitti-. iffed o' I. . erne -,. ih" , Hbout lrims ..-- a ; i .jecrtgiexl in'o V loia'a tOe!v lor a., hje ; tor tffijct no Q o , (' aid Ve reena ff et up r :iT"-rr. -it, be WftreateJ ef tb. bm'ti.; army must hatrv goi t- pcs ..: S.i bluW fiOIB tl? C n,!edfi r-i " stractiu. and a-ivat.ee 000 JEtaportaut Arrat of Ceuatertelas Somw ,W9ks"'- smm wa auaouDeed, on the authority' uf a frfed-iB Memphis, the departure revat. fhat ety of a Dtttbei of itMhvjdaaksbaT itig in their poee4sioir:a militun i f dollars of ceaoterfoit Cjate4rivb) no tee, which thejT is- teitded to use in Texas is the porchqa o( cattle. otc Out warnulg wa gejaeralif repooiuBed, and- bag, it' will b sees Jbj, t&e. Ivllowioe- fiwac the Atknta Confederacy, bad the desired f&si, and the raseats are new in position to be ;e- -warded fur their vittlzny : OPERATIONS OP THR CWKSTSHPBfTfttS. Oar readers will rec iret thn .-m time aiWT a small item appeared in t- Lmjciirttry tAii--g taaiAgaaz of tutu wiawl iu ivrciuerrettiuar tyjnre ate tiO'vi, or ciraufaiiiMf the Haotx tivl gone eut from MemphU'tw Texas and warui'darf army eonfrufttKd biei We mupta iu Keep & trnarp io -vgi xr inotrj ratsu unitruejea r,s to : We t-jitiid toe pa-ttrann straytcr round amwiw our excba-gee, and cut it ta simply ar atuli item, wuh'ittt attaciuvg auy special imvorlaaaie to it. W e itad lorgotiea it, uu we on yeatentty, Iearnel that such was- tba fact': that the nr uiu aciuiiy go out ta IVzas, W.IB -hundred- et (h msa ide, which th-T.mvatetf in the muefaaai of cattle, uvgr e, etc.. aild brought theee pro ceeds biek into Mujai-ippi, witere the tojuad.-elt have been arrested. No doubt they will all pull hemp. Be eral have been a'reeted- H -ar many m"te are conoerued, we koow not Tlwiy apt motlyof one family and iui e mueciona. uamvil t "fit aud are from Kutucky. Tbey carrf d out, perhaps, f iOtl.tXiO te Texaa, and pui thased aoa.0 7,bW u-ad of fia eat le, some twenty No 1 negroes fi i horses and carriage-, to rids in, eame birk with tbe whole, sweens fully eioeeiog the Mis-iippt river at Vk ourg. When they had got tbeir bo ty all aafrlj ou this side, tiny oommeaced a avatem of ex uttvsgiiHt exaHdimres. nxsck tM parch-in: jKlitin i" ". BBL-vaBBAUU Q i . m . .i ' ! i ItM-cr-n-s fias 12 000 man TTneiknt cum I HweJ'V, Hud every cesilv artieU ih amM 15 n. .1.1 ' I : -ir.i. , z, , . . J . ,wv . i t iua.MiB'ir, jsatoo-z ana rue aarronudtuD viwwj ira ruiaar, qui-'O UMMaS'StxiK WttB Ui- ie -or and wi.biK tee timo ureaeriWd b-r law. ir fhei' n 1 be f ivver bMT-d SQMS r. SMI I H, tntW-la-U- ' fia- !-. - Administrator's Notice. WH-k A 1 it. tot db.Lb'tatl a on ibe et-tst- f Ur ea Wood, decerned, wn gr f te-i o IW ArrAg ed i b Muiyiay, tb- flrat day et tbe Aucn-t era, A D , 8fei. nf toe Pr bu e oor of Yal ab .b oi ty 8-'e Mtwi. ippl, it herag tbe 4th hj aid moo b, th.i ' ee le ibe ef e ben by Klreo' T .a-ett.-'g at per-on having aim, i 4 tbe ertuto ol a!Ltte -eae-d tJ ezbihit ibe 4 ma sad ba," than re, -leied in toe . a ner a w ;bi . tho time prescribed bt tt, or i-ey w oe xc raver oarFas. HtRB A WOOD, . ttMAHrVf, FRO -f te sabs- b-.. NbO OBf'T naaMd BAR Sa'dboy, Mar , , boat m y o r twenty wo i earn old ab. at n 1, et aia ladts bieh of a d'k pp. r e .lor And qtVeb sooben lie bad on, a. teil a- rrcolioc i d a Maea i-:. ueed bat ar t. ra-b ar, ea , be a-oe ot dree n- r-l ected I wH: -t a 'exara ot $7 if dtlrrer-d to aie n lacaeaa ot &el if I dg- d m any j -l. wub teen mfor a'luti ab tba t cab get bim risid o' , Harrison, K h hm?h. want away la com " pa-y w b a b.y t y ine tiauedt Sam, beiong-Bglo Joba RobiBv-ea, ot Jackhoo. 0E0SOB VI H, Wt ,1 rlt -ft MVm rVOTTSCrJBU " .-.7..,. iw b-wn aft. r eaeb commitment or soon aa t ' 'J tndHaN we r1etal n LdtgBaM. wH - rV W.y erime , and :e naatea of ae offleers who commuted them, on UV nenahr of bi puuiahed for iHaobedien or ark:t, at tbe dler return eonrt martial. UI AU.rrioriitwewHhthl.deprtBh-nt wftt be field wl h the cietnet provojt marabtU. Coloael James A Foe. -a, si tlu i aeadqnarvam. u. emioiid of Brtedier-'aeral Rcgkleb. el3-lm M. HOUE. A. A. O. BISriWAy, tira.Mm:M, a NEGRO BO i. I Ka.d SA I ""T " MaCt ure- or awa-r - 1 f- f i.d saw l aboat wenty ona a od 8v feet t. . ,,jLk . iaa ui-jo tea : bbh ,o wbl u. , s e i.hcat- ableetolotb U tay tip and I44t.cb Wttc nim tome tj,mr twunu. eoon y X" '!" T-I!t a"y wl a boy iaed r J w.. a bT -oree M cb of th dry. - I -Id ay r-wardoteT3 V d..vio. to e hi Jaek i-'K' if C'", 1 J" wiw oeb tofor- aailwi a, ttat 1 can get him. B0BU(S0K - Jadiicn, Jit tna-Uiey jmve not been permitted to hold meaineaa nublic or private that they have been completely tielated, and constantly subjected-to to i e iBost-ytgtant espionage mat no tjrt at orgun ttm could possibly be u:ade that in this CJuditKni of things our arm3'-suddenly eppears in rrBtete pilica of the S ate, aud as quickly dtrajroeRrs. Sfefily, sir, no l-eaeonabtemau cou d expect an. upiising of the people .of SIiryia,nd ttuoor sui arcumstanC6a. bbaii we apply to iltrylnud & Jess leojqnt teot ot loyalty tbaa to iit-w.Otfeuns' or Noffidk, or the many towus and dtatricw "oT the South, which have fallen under Federal .dominion 1 Shall we judge the counties of Frederick and "Wastiiugton more fiverey 'tbKii we do the. many aistiffrcU-d eouiitiae rjf Virginia. Kentucky. Tennessee, ana other Siaws eTbh lai titer S uth ; shall we con demn it loyal State because ttcotitaii-s a disloyal minority t 'e-jUit orjirodeut man will say so I think I bAVftairoady bajd nongh to vindicate jpy uuteruiuffle S ate ' There 13, however, an otfcef irnuortalit view to be cousidered. Is was kutpotaht for the people of Maryland to kunw wbetber the entrance 01 toe army was intended rinaBra. tberxf'bf tbe latt-pt- but, betoro it could acWrniiiifali that Ot-i-ct. mltury upceasitiea car- UiW rttw.5fmvV;awiBy. -Even, theref ire, had ii nmn jn. ioj. oz me paopie io me, (anu i haye0fiay'H;tbkt it was not; tney certainly had a right to Itjiow, before doing so, whether they wbUW.Sii pwpeily Mipporti in the attempt, or left, unarmed aitd uueratiiz d, to pay the pen aUy f au. ahprativo tff rt. Wo ali Know that to. make such an effort aud fail, would be icevt la'o.y to trttig d,iwu upon them tbe redoubh-d veDgeaufl onbir.tyxaois, to onsigu tnuir leaa ts to fjtiftgig. to devote their properly to con fijeiHori.'. Ctid uu j uh .t&eir mothers, wives bVM rfdfeoghfers to the same bruial otitrg-s wbieb bnv. uarkea l.o eireer of the Uudieas iuvader fu-ra .h Paiiikouli of Virginia to toe ' busks of :ae Miii-ppv , Would Virgiuia or- any other B uilteru State have entered upon thi revomtioii viiuout the belief that the whnlu power ot the (Joi i ti delate .ge?erument wouid be exerted to piotect its caueiu)7 -vnd yet, Virginia and evfrytriei;-!3o.uibrn State, is" quite willing to acci-pt tfeiv baaaitls aud calamities of war; so tlii, aWJntfllt'tTe required by military uecesaify, that JtrJ' 5r even the whole of anyone Stute buit fee. twnporarily abandoned m order to tiji j-reieurel!i "tVhfSpb of tbe canso of all, no pati i rerf 1 ojjc tjtit would sbtinh from tho sacrifice, uuw- terribfo. We hud this illustrated in the I.,. 1776 I can ontenain no doubt bfl would .be us willing tu.aubrait tu MwSTae a:tv State south of the Potomac atNfereujMiBlcs is to to "set free and admitted ate tligStwtbtrn Coutederacy. bho wenta such iIju mux. b U5"iordlrV eCitV.e.irnnv n,u. i nr, niiiirlon hi Iter Kiiil hv thfi fii.nthnrn ftrmv. n written depo.k-us ' " .. y " V".kT f .r" S." .. If . M - - wtB enable her pwple to 'dissolve their count (kHrwitlfthe Foderalgovernment, obtain adm'rs- jtfeit bftg tbe S utheru Cuuttderacy, and arm and 4)rauizs:ber quota ot tho wo iteuerate army x oAntibi. ty, in adyaiico; of evouts, it bat length. &t time-muJd ba rrf'nfed for this'perpose ; hut, frcira aytBowlcdge uf tho zeal and detetmiaa tion .of i people, I am auro that they will accomp&iih it witbiu a very brief period, if they ta eet6ally relieved from the "pressure of Fed rsl )6wfvi?Th proclamation of the qommand- . -1 1- . .. . : i- . i r ii iP.gBUKiuiui icuuoieu Ufii reuot, tutu A couu ieuibe!jByo,that ho wiltyet afford it, with tho hfenguT Almighty 'God: ' . "' . Iop.that the jwess friendly ta Maryland wtolTbbliiU,tM8'feto.but hourtfklt appeal for herfoVn-trodden children; and that the may have tbeympaih. ot her Southern bfcthreli vicinity pf Br.dgeport and Hardmevilie. navmg creSBea tue Rentuckv river at raiikt irt, have r.. treated in tbo direction oi xington . .i t . e n . m - . ... . a u loruateut or uuionei it-vis lutu h.n IH.-T.V ty unaer iiie crmmaud Of L.'an;ain jinH, aurp.-iseu a camp m rt-i; is m 0-Htit conn a t w mili-s frirr, VV i liauii'own. on Thtira nay last, caomntig eig!.ie-n men. twenty aix horses, nre guvs, thr-e pistnis, aa.J one sword L plo.s tin our nd- was'otio man, named b.nith, of Graut county, who was shot through in- uf au L-oitiuei itrnce s lercee ha,l an caagemeUt witu a hand ot rebels titm raii-t south of U wl ins Gte-n, on Sunday, killing qui a number, Tuning twenty nve or tnirty pn-ouers, and op urine nuy or stxry uoraes. i ne reoels flea in great c mtuslon. Special io tbe CbJcago Times.) In.UisvitLB, 0 -.tober C General Sill moved into Frankfort to-day, tie rebels retreating before turn, destroying the railroad bridg and one span of the turnpike bridge. Toey tell btck toward Lexington, aud our forces are doubtloss still pursuing. There was no fight a HardinRville. There was another slight skirmish at Glas gbw this morning, resulting in the repulse of ine robreis. Tbew-.is nothing of interest from any rther points. Our forces now ocruiuv FraVkfort. Shalhvville. sharrilv, TI 1. -l. r. . '.'I - Aiyior8vjii, un-rmuria, ana liirdHtown, and -rautderou" Sr1 of ehell, grup aau cudtter. with' thretfof tJh lr batteries playing upon thi-m at cauister raugf, U iwaver, proved that whrfiievr thir ofitjers dare to Wd them, the men will rn Gouerals Hurlbnt, Veeh aud Litimnn, the f-rmetrimm'auding the division, tbe leter two brigaita', did not confine theine-lves ahnt " :ueir anitesus commafders, but did evry iuing that men could do to make vietory o uripl- ta General H irlbut ha reoorterl t m- th.t has pstflmd ab .at SK)0 arms alrmiv. tiimr. away by tho enemy in t-ir T-trpf. an exp-ci to cH QtHkrirenumb rto-mirTDW ThdininR of prisourrs have alrea'ty b -ea r isre el. ana .ueyarerstH being br-ughtiu F.oai the nature of the oncittry over wb:clt wo ti tir,ht. ii it impossible to'arnve at an act urato esiia.we o the nnmbar of l!w em-m-. , b v. th3 mav be in ferred f om the uura -er or arms thrown away tbe quantity of their artillery, and the fact Hint a prtion of their forces engHg-fd aga.sins wre not ut Corinth Guns are heard' to-night iu tbo direction of C ninth General flurlourt will pnsb forwaritn-mnrrnw morulng. as it is presumad G -a -rat fijaeurans is following clofle upriu the r-ar. ii. O C. OftD. Mijor-Ueneral. vgp.y iatkst. - they have advanced parries beyoud all of. these pom ia. i General Boyle, commanding this noat. ban issuea a very eaiuiary order, requiring all oui cers nereaiter arriving in the ei y, to report to major it w. fepeticr, coramau'ting the bar rai-ks, and register tbeir names, bv whose orders; na ou wnat business tbey are here. . Mejor bperjcet wtll detail a snifiwent loreo to patrol the city, commencing at pmiu to-day, arid will arrest and confine all offirs below the A .... - ranK oi a brigadier general who are not so inp 'i ieu. V ery stnngent orders have also been issued to prevent depredatioua ou private nroDertv bv soldiers LrtjfisviLLE, Octittwr G, 6 p m Te?e?rDhic .. .r. . . " . oomoiunicauou witn xitHistowo bas jtwt been re established The wires will keep pace with our army an it m -veg soutliward LuflsviLLE, October 6. Oa Saturdov the rebel inaugurated Richard Iliwee as governor ot Kentucky, at Frank lort B-aggandHnm phrey Marsball made bitter anti-Union snpeehes. KirbgjSmith was theie, Buckuer was oxpcciod, ttaa. nim uutpreneiii. AaaociaUdPrew Diapatch. Louisville, October 6 At Frankfort. Bars- tows aad tjilsoa wore arrested three times be-- cause Uwry would not take Confederate script for goods The atoreko-pers ware fined $35 per day for closing their stores. Mackliu. th of the firm i f ham notoriety, was compelled t . . i . f i i. , , . . -. hb.o uunwuc-aw sciipi itr large quantities ot meat, jouii tv tisou oc u t. miuutacturera of j-ftM, luwey and cotton, Jot a quautity ot atncK. Ibe rebels took away vast quantltKuuJ tatibl'ts of vari'tns kinds, 1-aviug provisions yvty Bcsrce, aud many necessaries of life uuattain aola by the cuix-n. At Cimp Bloomfield. eleven miles southeast of Bitdsiowu, at 11 o'clock yesterday murui"g ll'wecraua' division received ord-is to fill thtr.f canteens e.ud be ready to. march at a moment's notice Chkwalu, October 6th, 132, jlajor General U 3. Cant: The enemy are utterly routed, throwino- bar-. gsge and everything away. We are following VV. . iC'iSKCKANS, M j -General. A gentleman who was at C-ilumOus ve:erdv staitpe that but little odd'i'ional uitormatipu as to the Corinth fight ctu'd he obtained. H- savs here was n report that SirhtLnir had been nn. cewea, that riiee cad turned upou tbe (rursmug party, and given thorn fiht, but tbe rwuft was not Known. LATER. We.baVe before ur: late disnatchea from th kT '. t . I . L .1 1 . r . noim, wmoB, uionsn tney contain nothinc later .1. . 1 i T . , . , . (uau wb nave aueauy puuikued, are nevertheless interesting : Ukadqcartxi-s or Oenrral Orast, i JACKSON, Tenn. 19.) o'clock October 6, l6i To Maor-General tlaltrck, General In Cbiuf: uenurals Urd and Huribut ca no uzmn the nemy yesterday, at,d G-t eral Huribut having drawn iu small b tdies f the rebels i he -day be- i ro, alter seven Hours uara U'btinir. drove the enemy five miles back aomes the Hitchieto- tvurd Uurintn, capturing two batteries; about hreehumired prisoners and many small arms. X ltnmedia ely apprised lieueral K wecraas of these facts, and directed him to urge on the good worts, a no iouowiurr utspatcu nas lost been j r 1 i.f - tecetvea iiom mm : uJSlLhlT&iY SO fciObl " THE next irrn - toe SB'S A T Or t andX LlTARV AO IK )r of i'ttaaa ket.t'd aetr Ai-Indr a, oa "d iar v!U e. i-na, iieo ou UV Ibt Day of SovcMber Next, UBd r the s pe'.. Io d.nc ol C . Wli:iaKi B Bogga .f the onfe arae inr. wh-i wi m-b tK-.ur. ,1 tiarfcC of 'fa eebo ' od thai doy . Ba wa be aa la e-l -y f-i co pa of P otn or; - , " TtEMa My d ,'rv for tart! Jtr-t all exp-te, aboat 3190 pe- h uvm, , n- b f oi WU-b ii-ne be de onl'ee a ivaaiw. t-ach 0-dot u-na ,-ritrg Manual ire b and bed dot' ing be w it -t,o be it, nai ed while the -.tbeuiie of ubtatMag iietiitl aist. Tbe age f a i.r oa i,'faav e- Ovwlet'tttttiwif j o, -lole 04 inaaent at tbe n, eni. g rr Ib-tem . - T8 MOOKR, .i.erner, And ex OJtKJP'e .ideDt ef iiiniTO. ,o trxtron. Ab-xaidria 0 f;i-Laf'M welSr 1 ttrov 'HE nndoraigsed bvngbe '(r-pola'-d 0-watl- a tumor n n.v tt-g' and dJtfioMe ol ra l t te oe a d dam re au-tunea by panie- nhtre nea. a- ui-i t'-t. wara , it d a Jaci.b -ui rjcnlty. $ . . . . . . . , . . . - '" . wi'tm o-tir n ii ana ai -rwerj io 'Oe oi,ori by.direetioil vf tbe rlnn.r ba '.' P'ovfcivd tu taut upon too d.ebarg3 1 f thV er ; o au m. - nt b h. ari . xajpt tba aMaed attrre YtWsS : Wna f r djmag.ii mn 6e"i.retf'l ja?'awim-i !batlar1fl i t un npiefy ng v tpm who tn--e flti-if iaiA tse luvt Hn , p ac wn-reit wes mad . he emae -w- ktw I ! j... m.i n v.aa r- Mi re.t. ai,a Ua loaa a au ta.i.ad kb 1 Ue TAtae lh ai;wl:,iu ,t ilinaTf', oH-Jw L. 1. JfcEIsICK Co,iiiti!e.nee.. JndStu-n, M1m -I. vCK EOTTSE! by ... ST, LOUIS STfcEET - ..-MOBILE. b4 f.,fl c. M1TTEU te tba ja f talair eooafj M1J . m be 4-.u r Ottoi'er, 'WJ, a Mttj-lM mtxtt y- aia a ie a asao-ei, -se borsa i n'oac , ot Men aefc, at'O-it th-r. yvnrn b! b. anil wee1 ab HOsd. Tbe aw erni sal h"n 1 1 rsea- ed ifsi "botile i f twatd prore p."t e ty ay eh-ri. end. tskyvbt I away or he wOl rt dealt w tr a. hi hw daact. eeUlanlw Vu, B. Jafior. a o- noag . . . r-jeA Iaa, ami arne.t antrit nf Il;, t .ui Tefcaearen ' . awtd no ,t-- mt7m. ...... -t"" ... its eM five tm-trgWX-8. oeenesiiintM-a tbrouont ?he t on in- d-d sad iawl woc.-isifllifeth reeimont- Scnth Carolina past vol- tmteers, on-fealivab s Island. Seventy-four of the gallant soldiers have joined the church, aud hetjd ivorh Is going, on. Ckartefton Ceur. CllEWALM. October G To Jtsor-Oeaeral Grant : ? The enemy is totally routed, throwing nvxrv. thing uwsy. W are folio wine sham! v. ' W S KosbcRans. M-i ir-GniMsil. Under' previous instructions Huribut is also Miowiug. General McPherson ii in the lea"! of Kosecmaa' cj'ubu. The rebel General Martin is said to be killed. U S. Grant. Mtjir-G-ueral Coinm tndicg. UAtKO, OcWfaer 6 The 7th Musotiri. 1st XituMas, aud a Wwoonsia r-gicient artived At me scene ot uttsiHitiHe at daybr-ak, on the ril- ... . 3 I. l . n , . .. . roau, inarcneu to uonnin.auu cut tbeir w-av th mgh the rebel lines into the town, just as the o&'tte ennea jii ouiuruay. ibe biHviest uglmng was done m the public n . .. I ' . j ,i 1 1 - . ijuaio. x no ucau uieruiiy cover II rrifc.. T. . i . t i . . . . , -v. - tun icueo imve lost two jeierai timbers- One tying in the aquare of-Curinth, and m tch muti- nniUF. m ilia ttu,iiiltnn aI ft ...L i .1 I he Nrt .irk .itfenAjuraM mii,Ml. nt.i..i I , r , . t . r .. ta . - I..v., u,u w vu(; i vx'uerai um is wouKua.n ine anaie Hiigbtly. A filiate for l.iucolit'e Ailutlniatrntion. by us c temporaries wjib bei insimr .o the lears-u tor the diepjacemeut of L ncoln, has tho folluw iug complnnentary notice of tite Gorilla : We have no doubt whatever that ilr. Lincoln means well, and task himieif to do welt for tbe country. But he is an overm ttcbed man. He cannot carry tho goverumeBfin this great exi gency. But there Is a country as well as a President There Us a caaso as well a-j au ad innittrktuiu. Every prudent man foresees tbe utter exaaii tion of the country if we have one mete 'sUch-a year as the last. Yai we have tbe seme Cabi net; trie earae fl taring vxpedieuts, the same sta tionery getiemis Ins notori ui that the gen oral who control the tailitary affairs of the army art pro-slnvety iu their bclteis aud sympathies. Oao drop ol poison is a match for the health of a whole bod t ul of good blood : The Sjuth is jubilaat. It is the N irth that despoad. They have leaders who know bow ... i. to ooutroi muuuiues io cierce unity among' utuerogKiiwus uau'enen AU:ra is will iu tlie chair at Richmond. Theje is will iu tkiTBaJdl bayoud the "Potomac. Oh, that slavery wat, as poorly served as liberty is! Itcbmond determines, Washingten reasons B'comoiid- is tuflexibie, Washington vacillates. liicttmaad knows what it wAuis to do. Wash ington, wishes that it knew. R tsheauiid laves slavery aau Kates liberty. Washington is Bome- wb&t partial to liberty aud rather dislikes eluvery. Rebellion is wise and siuiul. Gov ornment is foolish. Yankee- Esuines Five engines, captured by our troops iu the neighborhood of Manassas aud.Warreuton, were brought to this city yes tera y, oy way ot tbe yrange railroad. Three of the flve'are not at alldamaged thd-Othertwo are slightly injured, bat can he soon put iu run ning order". Thy are nil of the best workman ship and of heavy capacity Their value can not now. he less titan twenty fhouaaud doliar apiece, though in ordinary times it would no' probably be more than twelve thousand. Ex-' inordinary exertion bad to bo made to com plete the treatkswnrk across the fUppahanndck river, to admit iheir passage over the 6treSmton; it was fiaiibed just in time to get them ont.'o; the way of the Yankees in tbeir late raid te Warrenton 0-e objct of their visit is aid t have been the re-cij-tura of these engines, bu thoy were" oufy time enough to bs too lata. . A number of ctrs have also been brought ucroa." the Rappahannock, at'd ore now t.rte from their lorrntr owners. lynthburg Jievubtica$, dptaiu Ward, of the li b Illinois, is kitted. Passengers juit in from" Corinth report tigjittng' - lay, and G nvral Vau Dn a killed. St Louw, Oct-iber 8 The mintarv anthori- rte here have receiv-'d the li'liowiot' news: . General O.d aud Huribut are alt rieht Ttwv rnJttbe enemy ner Pwthonias. aad drove hem five thites across the Hatebie river so rapi tly that th-y had no tim-t to destroy tbe bridge. Tnere was a sevsro fight, Tne troops behaved gallantly. Toey twp'.nred two bane yies, said have them to show. Three' hundred prisoners' names were regis-' tared on Sunday evening at i e' -luck. ' Tint enemy is in lull retreat. Ord is in front aed RoaecraRs, in fuil fdtce, ia their rear. '. iiurfs from R ecranj "to Monday evening atates that the eueiuy ii utterly rou'el, 'hrowtt-g everything away. Our forces are following rapidly. I.ATKST. Special to the Chicago Evening Journal. Caik'j, OoUow 7. f a tiut at Corinth-Dti "Ssturday was1 dtajwrate on the part of the rebels. lhey rushed op to the very month uf our i-ai-iioii, raauy of them b -ing blown to atoms Some fau lip au euioankmeui aud threw their guns over, sa if to surrender, but were shot down by thsir twn men. M-tay were from Missouri, and Prieo had tid them ho was leading them Ijome bjr way of B illvar. When wittiu twelve tuttea jif Corinth, ha told them there were no big gaps there, arid they could take it as well as Bot '". The rebels fought with the desperation of starving men. ' Tha . baversseks of tbe kjlied, wounded and prisoners have corn, tneUme in. the esr.sometimes shelled, and in tioaw fei iiawfrrg oeeu ground and baked and ag"iijul verized," with occasionally a piece of side ba-. con - The ball and shell plungt d through the build ings in all directions. Oae sheil passed through the Tishomingo House, killing a wounded. sA der. The rebel General Rogers, of Texas, is killed. He hud on his person at the time two canteens of whitky. - General Johftton. of Arkansas, ia also among the killed. The number of the rebels kilted is . . . . ,a,1 n, n . I. .i, ry ."I thhi, wrirtTtA&wt ul ' wi'ch that We have nfarly one thousand five hatdred.1 wouudd rebk; lull one halt ot th,-m are-pare foot, We have takeu no leje than two tbouaiid prifonsrs in all. During Siturday we took some rebel batteries aud they took some from ud. At night we were three gnus ahead. ETareasomible tb xprcialiona. em Aueevems tha; have transpired in the last sii weeas nave s-iverely di, p .iuted the san guiut and-credulous Filk-d witl debghl by :tlH W n 1.11 tit i.f UMl.tnwum.... . .' V TV - . r. ....... ,. ciliuiuu oi our urmiea iu yw. CI1..1. uml it. . T . .1 I . j.-i..- nmy imre marsea out a piui ot gl.ry kw ax getierais, which at every - y tiioAo wu ana more orient. . 'Uey believed tbnt Cicicianai wa already in our aad, tiwi L misvilie wu'd soon be our', and that G-meml L-e was left to decide whether he wohiu tene Washinetouor BAltimore, or Pbiia Wpi.i Va-i r- j ic- d wi h unspeakable joy m tu. namiuK.-'! mat riaeu naa oeea QUt-gueralea .r u una coutiiaenng AlCUIeUSU'S army 'J-mo .z- i, wikeiied aud dwaearteued. thev c u.d s-;e u i difficulty df formidable proportkiim ri.-H'g b-it .veen thuir desires and expeetatkius. Tue da., a have shown that some of these beau tit i arri inspiring hopa were delusions, and it is ov uo m -h;is cer'ain tht those atitl cherished will b r-al a d There are grounds for the fear mat cueii bs out marched Bragg, and, with his x.3.11 corps, siaooa Breoared to defend L, mi. .il". And it is kuown that the aimy under Gtm- -rBi L.bi w on me soum side ei the Potomic. ve reclt. ned withoutour boat when we rank. i-ned the grand army would be able to make-bat i eoie resistance tu. the onward march- ef our troops, wn ise brows were adorned with the wreatri ot vxtury whose faoes still shown with .be ligb; ot bitue. Iu our ulcoJattons sad ex p-taiious, we grievously uaierrated tha power aud i-n.erp'iie uf our lively enemy. While we were dr-a ning those pleasant dreams, be was i oomursu p actice of urovers fast r- turim.g from mxkiug heavy parehases, aad befnre having mtde any sales. Ttii-exeiteo5:.oTApicion. Th- mooey ifcvy. were apediu was eiauiuierl. anrl many began to think it was couat'srtrit. A tbiS euge. a dwnitch wan received trota the governor or ivxas orrjneg tnofr arrest, slid th holding of thew eattle for the. bene tit of tb eiti- zm ot I ex&s, from whom tM ware mirrhaiwd on the clrarge of having paid in tbeic ia c.u teifeit mottev F ur of thm wi-m uki-a iett, ouetody at Natehi z, aud three ot theiB at A'ex atidria, La., aoroes tie river from Natchez Their cattle were taken possession of by Ux government. They will be appropriate to the use of (lie army, end the p-iaoua from whoau tt ey were purchasf-d will be paid (or them t me. price ion eoumerieiMsi contracted and Bant ror i a taeir oogus stun. . . uvaev sd te-day ha on ' iotiaaiiuatitM ef an iueail-r. aruarditv aizauuM an attack. This yi.t awfewaftl pstti 4 ntiMtary ehietw.lo it- tied Vetertaua rt is mme 'Ba p.' S n-therB goverOmeat will atem i ai n lor bia relief We mty . wttttiu the comn-g w.ek thai ihe.i c dainna of their new &rte townn! and FreoWir.ksbug. and; pli- n troops at Writiaaw iurjf aotl S if tb-y d i thn, aud make ,f .mO-'Stra r all of tu-r p,ut. the Ucr not a Banmoeit'a nnoBsiueea 1u lha ' ' eft sens. Whi e Geoerai L fco'J- -ho in th-i btdiow of his had, th-i ti ' harn ar not id e er unwa'efii A"7 1 toward Richmond of hardoe of , -mihii i, preparwi fir, aui w !l be ta promptly met aud di pos-d of It was known te n by the War D-parti". W--iinrtfl,v tiar there were oce Lu.-.cr--' fitty traii-ports at Washiugto city, w was supposed, were to be .ased iu far tfors to Aquia ork or HB otb-i pac iiuit. It cuioea to n on oretfy co- d at that s-v- rtl tratrapo'ts bavai made tb rr "9 aura at An n ertr-k on Wi-OnlveJay. a.1 Saiurdaj ai d gotuiay J-i!e' ei par ifs Bees were rBfaa-ed ru biov 'tr up aim our old foniac-tiii'is BrVan-port at'! ooint along h PoC-mae'Tne exlo-ttot.r. . qnem upuu thi work wto ,h-d b tfie tiyneopieax eo la-.d-raile di.'aoces ,:'! ibe report iu Frederek-' n'g tiit battelies werp en.!fv irr-t !b--'., '"'--ag - nf. the P.itomac Rickmoiut zati,:nr ot ai ' h e) :t i" '11.' V . at; : o ' li ve The Poliiieat Upriniu-t at tbe IVortb. "The Albany (N'. Y.) ylrai, -mocratk) iu au article on tbe tpproschiBg elections at the North, eeys the Middle States wilt insist upon resuuaiBg Ibe power they once heW, and whieb has been filched fiom them by lUw Kaglaod a says: It is in vain that the voice of theoreas. of nub. tie nrseaDgn, oi lormai oeputattooe, is beard im pMrtBg tbe President to fftve efEettey to hie admiuietration rhe insirnct'tou cf tbe people is ueeoro; ana mat most oe given at tbe ballot oox. ivemtve reacbe-i mat sugeof porittca crisis wherein our Dnsrtion resetnbie that of th. workrog .udustriously. dav and unht. reoairins-1 "fitish parliemeut, when 8 revolution of the no too wide breaches uudoiu his ranks at Roll R.ir lineal omnioa dictates a change of miuiatry and l . r ... . . I J " .-. ' . .. - anu aianassas, audiug largely to tbe number we I i"B,an oi governmem policy. put to High: ou those bloody fields ; aud iu place Instead ot & policy vague, vacillating and of hearing the jubilant lidtocs th either of the destructive, we want one which shall be intelli- cuies oa which our eyes wore fixed was in onr I o"nt ieute and tff-cuve. The res-oration o possession, w are informed that the fiercest fi i ht I ui'mocratic ipnuenees st the Aorth would hayt (ar. losi bp to fjattordsy night, ia Wilud, of all has takeu piaoe, and an callad upon to be giowiui wo wereaow-io aoui our own against me tunoud onsets ot the Urge-it and beat an pointed army our troops have ye: met on the res ncm ot war. Aud. iodd, the result otthat terrlbj ooufiiet is matter tor devout aud beartv thatik84rivinjr. and the generals, tflfc-trn and paen-wito took p-trt in mat mignty straggle deserve qur waruuet praise aud lively thanks Seventy thousand men, weary and weak with laboring marehe, aud fasting, lor fi teen hours, struggled witb two uuuarea tnuusund, ana repul iug tbe heavy col umns hurled upon mem, remained masters of fie battle ground. Was not S .nthern prowess aeplendidiy illustrated atSnarpsburg as it was o-rere JtieanKiiiu or on toe-plums ot Miuaasas T u.a not our noble soWtera display as much ra. lantry aud resolutiou on that field of blood as they ever displayed in auy previous battle? Aye, did. men ever fight w.tl more spirit aud oosiiuaey than they did who covered that fiaid witn ttimnands of slam and wound od T And ytt, foysoi.t-,.4eaae the seye&tv thou sand did uot rout aud scatter tbe two bnndrwl thousand, there are not a few Who are cast down. uou wno, in tueir l Hrttah despondency, give ear ti-'U tongue to murmurs aud gloomy ltueb tdinp-i We should, at every opportunity, repress and rebuke those unmanly and unsreneroua feelinu-n What more could our army do than it haa ilnu-7 Aud enu we, because our extravaerant exoecta tiirns have been diSAPuointed. yield to doubt aud fear be sad when we should he happy be do-poudeiit when we should appiaud grumble when onr hearts sh uld be filled tooveifljwiug with gratitudi 7 Toough at the first the boastful foe, as is his w mt,. claimed that the battle of aharpsburg resulted in a decisive vierorv tu tha , . . .-. ... .... . a euerai army, ana me whole Aorta rang witft shouts at the great success, the j wrntthits ot tiucuiuoom nave aiuce curreced that m n-t pleas, mg error, aud tha most utip mcipied Of ttom admit that that cottliet givea no cause for boast ing. Receivkig the report concerning tbe battles that emanated from efficiat sources as true, helieviPg that their side had won a brilliant victory, they naturally expected to hear still more jyon uuiugs. iiat when obliged to belwve that our army had returned t j Virginia. and their -hearts were rade to bleed over toe Jong liat of tbe dead jiud dying and wounded, tney acknowledge, with deep moriifi sation and sorrow, that that bit Ha was as indecisive as it was bloody. . What reason have wa to fear? There u no cloud ou our hopes. AH signs are encouraging Eventual buccess is certain Lineolu has at lat shaken the rod of terror he refrained from raining titl the eauso be Is engaged fn should be compassed about with suck perils that ic be cmie dusperate The S tuth lauerhst at (lie hrntum. fti'mcn rhe S uth ifj ncas in the publication t bi.-i eman ipatien nfoclamatiou. It canwtt 1 us any barm; it will do us great rood. It breeds divteimis in his own borders; it win compose dtnereuces aud produce a greater unanimity tbrougU iut these Confederate SUtea. Uar army baa been larsMy reintorcnd. aud to day is stronger iu numbers, with courage as fi m and spirits as higa as "when it drove the beleaguering host from the Ctik'kabooiiny and uu to Uijinr bis. tegwua on the hold of Mauasaas. roe cad wil ebartiy be made tor bu additional levy, that will give bs at army little interior in point f nu robots to tkat of the foe. The most important viworiea Uwt "have signalized our onuragT have been wouiu the face of large odds. With alien generals, and arch soldiers aud such a cause, we have nothing to fear. Charleston A GioatM3 Pktkuhisd Tkkk. One of the most astoiirslitncr trees 6) which the aimals of the world furnisu any., aceoxtnt, is found lying on the ground sear l&fpy, Lake, on a slope ef ibe Swra Nevada mowHlains, fn Cahforaia. It is a ptttrifie-J eedar trii Jiaviee a diameter of forty feet nt the butt, er a ckaumtere&cs of one itinared and thirty toot, aud 13 six hundred and sixty feet i lengtb lathe point, w Be its di ameter is four feet." The remaining portion of this monster tree is covered with sand, and bas, therefore, never been - measured is Its ectir lenzth ; but if ft maintains its symmetric! wo- poitkms to theop, as it probably does, forty or iiftv feet of it must .be bidden in the earth thu making entrre laagth more then seven nutidreu P-et . . ' From FkLukkiukjBOkg Passengers by the Orat ga uain laswnght report that the Yan kees .bad isesiapiad'Hriderkkabufg, The report Is not credited, tteiogh that (hey will kbortly push tlieir new levltiH toward that plaee, with the design Of effeeting fi dtveraioa in- favor et McCtenyn, !n"he Vafloy, is tuouzbt highly probable. The-movement, if attempted, pi pro. vidd agaift by our government LmKkbcrg J.epuHmn,itl. ; the double effect of eoBSOiidatino- our at'litarv strength and the force of our political position ami ot uivioinrr me a mm. But there is s nwthioir more than thfe de manded by the eritis, and which would bee8eet- ed by the influence of the great d moeratic otaMit, assertiuff their nosttion as the advoeaaa. of eonstitutioaal law' Oa every side we hear rf nronosicioni to dia- regard the Cunstiiu ion. The rghts of the press, of individual liberty. Stul of ori nertv. are treated -with contempt by a class of deaecuee wiu uw pnwose to eitaeiisna miutarv aiotatoi- sbip. Th- men who make this pnp'itioa, tor toe most part cowards aud criminal. sek shelter them selves from the outraged law, and' cover of some military usnroatioB. Weak minded and fearless in this crisis as ther have L. - I 1 own wicaeu aua oiiiri, rn every aniecedeu step, they seek to fi .ui refuge from their own fotly and vadllation, in a despotism, no mattei how odious. They know Hot what they say. A dicfatorshio means assassination; acd abtolutism men is an arehy. There can b - no revolution withou counter revolution. The M rabean ofuvdat will be foil wed by Daatoa. and Dtnton do. placed by R hpieriw; and a reign of corrnp- inm Bun lmoeenity must mnow trie reurn ot ter ror, before we are ready for a Nap jleon lhnse men who now invoke desnottsm in the name of "order, invite anarchy, as wheWawhil ago they proposed to us er in the reign of hher ty, they proposed an absolutism There can b no such thing as th overthrow of Constirntionai law and order, without civil wax and anarchy The man who ventures to lay his ue licensed ha .d on the atk of the ConstitHtioo. even to steady it feat it fall, will' be struck down by the nana oi uou : . I is f r this we e?d a restoration of tbe.Dem oeiatK pATty te restore once mora the reigu o Oenetctntional law, and to revive the santtoidn' of loyalty to tbe Cousb totion, and ot abb- nreac ot despotic power. It is with this convienot that the people will unite to plaee aorfn bt. tbf administration of t tEce that old and rtaiiistu auu wyai party, wbieu nas already giveu prw of its capact y to administer this croverumaut and with which atone we can achieve sucee? in war, and under which alone we can onrauiao an honorable peace. Cairo Hlnre ITIarket. Accounts fronT Cairo eiucur iu represeatine the slave market at that place a quite aetiv The stock en baud at latent date was on1 about twelve hundred head, but in view of ad vices that a lor of sera fire thousand head wan at Corinth, to crwoe f -rward a soon as 'ratispoi UMn could be firoiibed. prices rated at a low fizare The principal demand wus. fci' use h northern aad central counties, and Chie?" -Small lovS changed hands at the toitwinr mt-: Likely wonch-s, fiv hiu-ie servant Si to 2 50 per bead; coram u held hand-, -"S'i 5y in J 7u per fcea !; god farm bauds $ J to $3 au; dv warranted sound, $3 75 The demand ror Bous- earvauts was qnitti b: ink. and the iovp. firufea ruling were attributed irfii Sr to tbe faer met about all those offering f r h ae servants we--in fact field hands. Tbe uu nber ef pirraninatcf on the market was very large, bnt it wa ddfi A'ultto dispose of them i' wtiy fi.-are. No qao- tatious cau b ' if,i '"f. Arur.it up a ai.Pi-'..i . rt Mr. G. Mc- Giuly, proprietor ot tbe Trunt H -ue in Attaota and special detective for Colonel Lee, came V Rime yister 'ay mvrniug iu pur-nit of a tnai by tbe name ot AI J. maton, supposed tosbe : Yaake- spy. Hintnn had left io a bog?y fo' 1 Memphis. Mr T. G. flight volunteered to as skt Mr M in tbe capture ;of Hinton, both o j whom left in bot baste, and wbeu ten mires frem Rome tbey overtook and captured the fugitive lie bad upou nig person sixteen or seventeen hundred dollars in Confederate notes, and con siderable other money. It is said he went, iu advance of General B agg's aimy aad informed Bueil ot ail his movements. Mr. McGtuly says he will be able to estab ttsb his guilt' beyond a doubt. We leans & pane from, tbe Yankee commander at Louisville, we. fouud on bis person. II was carried to Atlanta yesterday afteronn Rami Smekn-tur, J. I.NDIAN EXPl-DlTtoS Geiiacal TUker U at Dubuque oicanTzing an ei oedltfim to tbe fron tier. We uuderaUad that ibe 27th, at Dubuque, nas been detailed tor Ibataeivi.e- Aasistant Ad jutant General Hall shipped arms and ammuni tion for tho regimeut yesterdHy morijng Hf sent liXIEnft-td rifle snd 750 PrusNiau mus kets, a d 67.000 roads of ammanirion and other necoKoary aceootretuents. Tbe rxpedition rmwag west to Cedar Pal's, by rail thence through the country to F.rt D dge, thence to Jiokgon county, Mmn' jota, wiikh is tbetr pres edt destination Tne expedition starts out lorrh wito. IHtwpnf Dxnocrat, Oct. 3. A Whole amp Mi, daWdiiaijS. The N-iw York Pi.-r enth' a: U ou the morning tf ite la b, lie L an; the 27 h New Jersey regiments, nui: a boo; 3 000 nmn, wbo we' in canp. a- vilio, H. J , scattered in all direction T aays: The men were sworn in oat TfioreJav. r 'heir clotbii g yesterday, and "sfc ,iav;d e. lay, after vanaly imp'oring tew d5 r- t them a ''ay or two -it erce in tt-wrt. T is rear Newark, and the u n. ff- -1 regie" movement down :fr bank ef tr., that city, ebooaing tlie soorfr-s'.roote As tb-y passed the gair-i tb.- m-n - . arms, planted the b.y,me'. ia the g canried off tbo aenti:i-ia witb the n " 1 -ffsrel n re'ere-. Acting M-j -r met s- m of the ao'dirs on their iy j, camp and fi.-ed his pi'toi sx oo cf the era the bail pasau g ihougb Ve arm 'The colon I in command at die r-itr?. nei Van Vorst.) na bear pgof tbe --k -. gave tbe mil remaiodt-r ot the nr;- tuhs which the others h-"i fl-i la gl. and ordered out hi i &yra t-i nu-k stragglers. Suck of th-- t;,io-i;i)intr;: cra as were S'uht ir Nf atk t. . i s:ripes torn off and are re,lc-d t-i :! few of the eommisiio..e t tti vri c whieh place is perpiel to-,iiy by a . sUtit'g of officers, Aith m meu en ted that the men apinteri a , remonstrate w.Ai t.ve ifli -ri 'he retuasi to ;stte far, Mtgii-s rn .aiist quem conmiit" i in failed :o r i . . couteuted- Very : -w ot tiie tti -- -, l .. 'eft in a body have yet hi tn OiscjV- c jo supp'jsetl to have eca -ed ah oe: and the ayljicent co'iuny, aad the ri'iiL-i. lor tbe timecompKt y 1 - r-a" z d rtu , Ved '. ?tv - i omr Ntra ,I.4i tO I : th J Al j 1.1- C.l ' e,'"- ' to the fit e.r ',ks a?, . lee. "ST CO i ?y - - k .it KBeI Weaxter in HI t'Sli We fi-id the foKowmg s:itiUI i.. e". i f Colonel F-etcber W-bt-r, and f t!- . tion of hw father's unuini, ui last T.e-.-; , of the tlymtMth Kocf; : The tomb of if rt.lifi,j osee again c, - t portals to receive the iaatot iLe 'great expounder." The funeral nf Colonel Fatcher We j- -plaoe in MardrbV-l onWdnsda. S.-t' lith. The b"1y wt ori;hi ruwu t n, 'a in a richly cnari iitd betfse. hordes, byway ot li-ngli-soj and Soutn - Several coaches co.iv-j.e..j his Bi.st ia ( .-. from :he Kicgsti n d-p. . wh.'; 3 !a'r;e a. rilage gith-red fr-im t : ueigho '.l' fi-vereued Mr A jeu. th.- vi 'ae iw , iuakcu u:e nvi.rs, t-; rOy rrst.t.j lather's wiititg taok in tie libra'y. a to bis-dying lequ-xt A U'g-: p--ce-i,. owed bis body to the to:rb nhe-e trie c 3: deposited. By ;eiue,t of Peter Karv y U'd others, the i-aktn ixtx cotitatn-rg- stir- atatesnnn's ctfliii, waa opeiard, a- d liie 1. 1 over ot tbe ga.e ;emLvtd How vrr feehugs of those personal fitesvls fitr. bem to fiud those liiiem--ataii!l feinik- no man ever looked upon to -fijr t. re ibe same color aud linor' ss iiatnr,i 2. n years ago, tbey gave k m up to the cnt amryeswvio mo;e ruiiaen. Out t'.eti. "bttdows beneath the brows were sjw.v it. life. Even in rhaih m.d for adr-i".,- jeptiveof a grave, that kingly presence cr tbe same deep roveietice nd pee ;,i. -.-, v bei in tbe liWtg temple ot ks n en iniod. Saitf one wbo kn.ked n-00 -t gain-, "I fjrg.it all !se. ami cafiot 1 ny tiling ol tieViinbor su-rouiiditi ; The velvet pall with its rich embn-id. Um- jerfeet preservation, tooogb driunv primitive gkfs. te 1 ds 11- Seulbef , f A t i From the New Tort Evening 1'ovt.J T lat'Hit Sptni-h mi'9 a;ii"i' - fn- n H ivana uu the 1 1 b iu-tt . ,f tl. S u -1 . Joe-a 8n't Cmade 0.---y. !u- sly sister ot Dm E-.ttbsn S tnta L'i; ' Io. well km wu h.-re th- iin.tfi .. 1 Htrriett. ef this city By h t dcJin . Tenor 'b-hi alr-ay? n douoied, he beiu the vnlv b. ,-sister. ouora Jo-a de Oflwlo 'so let: 'iiognitice. t bq'iee!-i, m.nti.ig t ' w rinoi a enariianin ptirpw-s m ,, - -4 $100,OtA fir ah.iepiul a- S-.n F-ii0 -SiOniHW for a church at M-tv z !0 0 ' ." I ner j-wels and furiuiure f j th- V -n 11 c -.- SWOo for tb etehitiastical &hoge ui u..v bacoa. From orju. Akmy y itpr U '.her - n tng received from rur ar'ry " irther thi 1 rvady bien pubU-heii. Dur ng tne a was circulated that a r-i haitie bad h- , meneed, but our inq-ii.lji, sttisti-d ni t .1 wag no ground for the ru ,.- P se the Orange train lat e.-e-i-,,.- knew n , u -J addition tp what has alre t :y bn iail bt he public. There were o dcin.g r-p . . wtbe present positioa ot cu a n., i-: . 'movements of the ecexy Oje it-x-o'it,; - n -bat tbe enemy, in siiovn ( . are ou ta.t -jf tbe Potomac, whi1- adorer reprcsect- hey have recrossed -he tr, end re m -. the director! of Wa-hn-giou. We f . ci'st reliable statemant is, hat th--v f the Potomac, moving up the Va Martiusbarg aud Harpw'a Ferry, as. 1 oat lomay he exp-.e'.ed at atiy tiice Lj Republican, Ath EF" Success Mr-mi to b. :f-.i wn.ca fr distit clion between cm t-.'e i-o- an : eimiy -. sid, whea young, was p ; -e.i st ii3t I - i a4u . a j miu Li9i 1 ; 4J ti l' til 1 UBW j . Ti. J t - T - . . " wmcn aetaneainaci:uu jt "Bat never mind," said oe a gtu-nte of my own' i aritlotiedAy iivQ 1 a A ei J .' ti. i ?1 .