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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING SEPT . 1862.
EWS OF TI1F. WAR.
ANOTHER IIAITLE OX SATURDAY
GPy rcpE FALLS HACK TO CFX-
r artjculars of fsiday-s
II ATT I. I! IX KKNTUCICV,
OTJIt TROOP6 DHIVJtN BACK.
HIE REBELS DRIVEN BACK
OVR LOSS HEAVl.
OCX- -TEVJSSj AND KKARXhV Kf'LEK.
I'VIU.V VICTOKY IX MISSOI KI.
rU'Cli SSFOLtXt'tDITluSr UI'TIIH
YASOO KIVt R.
.4 KFBtL. B An ERY DESTROYED.
The f Slowing despatch vu sent Friday night
by i! - og'ut of the Associated Pres. at New
We have reliable advices 1 trough letters
received to mbt that affairs at ash ing ton
and Alexandria to-day bare amoieand mure
favorable aspect, l'he secessionists of tbe
latter city are leas jubilant an carry dt
Gen. Bumid and Pope have successfully
-ut tbe.r nay through the rebel forces at
Macas-as, acd hove formed a jut.cti.ia with
the army ot irginia under U.'n. Mi'tlsllin,
this tide o! U nterville.
There has been a revere enearemcnt with
the rebels by the divisions under command of
liens. IlooSer. Morgss and Conner, in which
the rebels were completely routed and .'riven
trom the vicinity nl -Manassas anil J Mill Kun,
through tl.e pannes ol the Hull K m moan
The ! s of life on both Eidcs is said to bare
l-cen heavy. No accuiate information is ob
tainable on t til's point, but it i believed the
enemy were tery severely punished, and rranj
prisoners were taken. It it also stated that
the Potomac Itivtr is now lordooU- at any
roint about Washington, and much excite-
ment t r vaila throughent w - stern Aiarylandt
win;: 1 1 the l?ar that a 4rtion of the
rcb'l armv may make a desperate i-nd dr.
struttive raid in that quarter; but the ar
rangements for a roper recption e.1 fie
traitor at all points are ample f r all emer
gencies .f such a nature.
The enemy b.-s not jot appeared on tbe
urrtr l'..toui.i , aitliouch indication-1 of such
un jut. nt .i.-o at pica and tbe excitement on
bulb fiilei of th lints continue. Fears for
tne safely f Wellington are dispelled. The
dfprettiuo ot tbe pet week has j;iv.n way
o gladness and jo,. . That there hav? been
the most extensive: movements of troops from
Alexandria anu oth'-r points is beyond d tubt,
and it i- cunei :!y Nliived that the major
rait t t (uraipiv ii.s bad either skirmishing
r hid fought Inti! - with t ie ei-emy with
in th last m'tityl hour?
Wis g-m aLv ' I .td an extended far
ward movant i.t a.- made by the whole
biui t. -1 ly wl. r o n. MuCIellaa, involving
a tattle. Ors.ut.o t re up to noon Friday,
i.i d oro from tiuUv irlby tjurce.
II e follow in di.-fdt.-h from Gen. Fope
to M..j. Gen. liallcct aas dated Mannasaa
Joncti a, AtR. 28 :
A- s ion as 1 d ered that a lare force
o! th" . niny w. a t . ruing our right towards
M.i:. -a. KTd ti at the Divis:on I had or
dervd to take tfanr ft there two days be
fore hid not ye: arr.ved there from Alexin
diia, 1 immediately broke np my camps at
YaiKM u Junci. n and Warrcnt.ni, ana
rnatc'i'd ratidiyhck in tlire coluuin?. I
directed MiDiueil with his own and SilV
oris i n l K'lwV division to Diarth up n
Gam . ! hy tie Wampton end Al-xaii-dnapke.,
K -n . and ona d vision of H nz
elmanV t ui ireb on Greenwich ; ar.d with
Pori.r're rpai:d Hooker's d:v rioa.o; irchet!
Ii3ek to M: nasas JutiCtion.
McD tc!1 was orCeied to inttrpos-- be
tween t! t ! rc the enemy which had
passed i i. to M-ioaHas through Giioet
vilic, ar.d bin main thvJv moving down Irom
White rijit.5, thiuuih Thoroughfare Gap.
ThiMaoveraHit wascompkielyaccomjl sn
&, Longstreet, nho bad jiasstd through
tbe Gap, h.-in; driTen hack through the
went sUe. Th f'rce at Greenwich were de
f ineo1 to aid McDowell if he met too large a
force ol tbe enemy. The division oi H'joker
marching tuwards Manassas, came upm the
e.netny n"ar Kettl Kun in tbe afternoon ol
'i.e 27th. and alter a fcbarp action routed
them c-mplelely, Villine; and wounding 300,
'apturir their it ps, baggage and many
- inds ol alIl.
This uiurniu the command tiutbed rap
idly to Manatsa Jonctioa, which Jaekbon
had evacuated alter three bouis 04e-sion.
lie retrtsated ty Centreville and took the
turnpike towai'i Warreuton lie was met
fix miles wet. of Centreville by McDowell
and Sigel late this afternoon. A sereto fight
took place hich was teiminated hy dark
s. Tbe enemy was driven back at all
jxiintf , and thus tbe affair rfti
lleintzUman'B corps will wove vn him at
daylight from Centreville, and Idm't ee
how the enemy is to escape without beavy
' -s. Ve have raptured 1000 prisoner?. many
armeJ. ani on- iki' ot artillery.
The 'VYaahington Star of Saturday evening
tn speaking ol the bittla of Friday says :
Tbe battle was c iiiinned hy the army oorpj
f Gea. lieintzlonian , McDowell and Sicel,
m our fr'.dc, ajaitist a rob l force belioved to
nnmoer from 50.0C0 to 00.000 strong, and
i, against tbe army corns of Jackson, that
presume, a u 1.1 ol Lee's army that
had auooaeded m uniting its wav donu from
White Plains tl n.-igh l b roughfare Gap.
Tbe I .ca'un of tin battle of the day, was in
the icinity lI li.vujarkt ', and from Hay-lairk-.t
la the dirfction cl Sndiey Cbnrch,
r bot a few niilen northwest of tt fecneof
the battle oi Bui. Kco.
II-inia:lman's torpa, if we aro correctly
laforroed, carue up with tbe enemy's rear at
u'i at 10 a. a , -even miles from Centreville,
v.h.h pint he W.l at daybrak. He found
6:. .ettall Jacksm Sibling with McDowell
r i.jel. or l,j:h, . o the rijUt in the direc
tiou -1 lianniaet, in the portion they took
hy j; nng n jrt'i Ir m Gaincr-Ville tl command
ttie .atrancc ai d csit from Thoroughfare
' j i Our i wn infcinrant, who left Centre
ville at 4 o'clock in thcafteraoiu, a cool and
cl-ir headed uin, eaja that up to that hoar
the imrrcioo i revaikd there that nothing
' ij d-.fiaitely resulted from the day's fight
ing, which thonh continaoar had n t jeen
a VTy hlx dy IclttK
lVio-is -ubqu- ntly arriving who were on
b-ld "I -cti m themselves until -! o'clock,
r ii . . t r, re;xacut that tbe tidsot
c-wj-dc .i. dly Willi the Cuijii army
.h p.-' . ! i! . rcKli ouccetlful v i : both
1. Mir "1 ' cs already ben repaired
. '' l; i- t ,i, Kun, .od supplier, e c , are
u ' . ii cj iirud ever it to tht p int.
i: i t.c uiing Miias-, t .c lebeis
i j i ; hundred Uni u j ri..iers
' -inec lire C..H UI net iu'i t . f
' u u i.i ' . Tl.e nV - rui.i d that
il j llfetlt . U'l HtK' -r tlc-
I -i"Js, . ii il u gut
in s ?v.T. i.uii.i.o piiouers
t1 ' ' .. i l eO. aS
. 1 1 . ... J 1
&u, only seven railis distant. The cannon
ading was distinctly heard in Washington.
The railroad from the town of Yarrenton to
Bnstowis already clear, and theonlv darn
age remaining tn bo repaired to tbe railroad
is to build tho Hull Kun and Rappahacock
bridge-. The former should b; ctnp!el-d
to-night, and the latter in fojr or five diys.
ine news rtc-ivm iroui me army m
siodiu tne great-m ixciteai n' ll.ruo'l. mt
ashiiit'iti city. Orders wore ii?ulbv the
;y. I head! "f ibe differeut Bjreaus e.t'lini uron
tbe emplnyees to rejair to the bittlc field I ir
tbe purpose oi attending to the cmditi m of
The order required each mib to provide
bimsclt it i two ds rati d. A rrumM
recponx j( uiade by tbe call, and not only
me icrsoos empiayea dj tue government but
many "them ielt the eily tor the t urroe
Although the engagement wilU the euetoy
uui a m at aprallingly rangumary charac
ter, jet such is tbe confidence of Li ion mn
in the skill aud strength of our armv that an
auiamg laith in our ultimate swecw is v
erywh' re dicrn.Me.
Tue ioiioaing bulletin was issued I row the
ar 1) 'part ment, Siturday Aug. 30 :
Command ol the Armies op rat.no in 17r-
5iBia Gen. liurnsidd commands hij own
corps, exempt those that liava bsen tempora-
si v uciacntu mil astizuoj 10 ucu. 1 one.
Gen. .MiC.eilan comuiandi that pottion ol
t'learmyo! tbo Potomac that has do: teen
Bjit forward to Gen Pope's command.
oen I'ope commands tbe army ot Vircinis,
and all tbe forces teraiiorarily attached to it.
All ttio lorces are under the command tf
Maj. Gn. llalleck, General-io-Cbief.
(ifgncd,) iu. U. Towmens. A. A. G.
Tbe X. Y. Erprut prints tbe following :
The valnc of Qnartcrnaiters' etores captured
by the nbels at -Manatias Junction, was ball
a million of dollar?. Th? rite'.s were still
in posstssion at Manassas Junction, Wednes
day morning. It is taid that the rebels hud
with tfacm living artillery, and that tLtv
used it agues', a railroad train ar.iving from
A severe engagement took pace Monday
evening, near Cbantilly, about tso miles
north of Faufai Court llou-e, bitween a
portion of Gen. Tope's army and Jackson's
forces. Our los- is beavy, but tbe enemy
was driven back a urJe, and we occutucd tbe
field of battle until 3 o'clock next morning.
Gin. Stevens was killed by a mime ball,
which entered bis brain, while be was lead
ing his men into action, bearing the colors
in bis hand, the color sergeant having been
slain. His son, acting as adjutant ol the
brigade commanded by his fatber, was
woundti. Gen. Philip Kearney was also
Lill..d. llii body was taken possfsuon of bv
the eueiny, but attem-ards delivered int out
lines by a flig of truce.
Parties who ielt Centreville late Sunday
alu-rnoou report that the command of Gon.
Bankf, Htiich had been rumored cut off.
commeuc-d arriting at that point about five
o'clock Sunday afternoon. It is further
stat-xl that a march of twenty-the miles was
accomj lisbed by them on that day in order
to reach that pueltion.
els ounelav morning between eight and
nine u clock, nlteen ambulanc.s bciuit in
advance of tbe train down the hollow, were
captured. In all there were 230 ambuiince
and 60 back. About 2.300 wounded bad
been removed from tbe field Monday. Tbe
greatest attention is being given to tbe ooo
ditijnuf tbe wuendol who are convevrd
with all putnble promptness to the v irious
depaitments prepared lor their reception.
au over at uuuaiice ut nartes una pbvsicians
hov.' tendered their perries and it is moat
certain that the brave men who have lallen
in deltnce of the nation, wiil not want for
sympathy ar J kind uttwttion in their oul-
lue Georgetown betuirrary tlospttal is ar-
propriaied exclusively to nek and wounded
mcer ol tue army. ibe Manchester lt-
liel Association, as well aa similar ones, are
doing good feivwe in attending L the Mck
other buMneti eXHuected wi h invalid
r:d i f ti.
n.itl JIj Gen. P.-je It highly
as well at in
frcm ashir.gtou biturday
In: . . . l 1 - r a.-'.eel
in i ii. s . - ( c
I !l . . a ';.. t nt my
f r r r. ' 4. Saturday
ing ground. Here Gen. Nolson camo up
with reinfsreement?, and aflcr great effarts
succeeded in rallying the men and farmed
another lino of bittle. Our artillery ammu
nition was neatly exhausted anl some of the
guns were Ielt without a man to work them,
all having been killed or vionded. Gn.
N'els. n was wounded at abrat 3 P. M , when
the men fell bick. retreating to Lexingt m.
Tho enemv's forcts nnmliered 15.C00 or
20.0t0. Tbe Federal force were between
8.0C0and 9,000. nnder cmnuund ol Gin.
Xels m About 1 n'clnck in the afternoon
the r.-licls were largely reiuf ireed and crnssod
tbe Kectueiy River, capturing nearly all oor
artillery acd routed our men. The Federal
loss is reported at 150 to 200 killed and
wounded. The rebel I i is not known, but
is slid to be heavy.
Gan. Nelson is'slightly wvueded.
Ou tie 21t, an engagem:n' look t 'ace
near Oallatio, Tcnn., between t' r.bcl .Ijr
gsn's forces and tbefderal trot under Gen
R. W. Johnson. Oor trocj numbering
about 700, af'tir fighting brav. . v for some
time, became unmanageable, and C ia ly ran
wi'h the exception of about 75. ho with
Gen. Johnson. .Major Winfray 1 1 t' e 5:!i in
fantry, and 3 other cfSccrs, w.r' t..ktu pris
oners The federal loss was 2u kiod, includ
ing Lt. Wynaoop nt 'ho 7th Penn Cavalry,
tw othtr office, a d 33 wounded.
The rc'el ksi, irelttding nveral efS-vrs,
was 13 killed and 40 wounded. Tbe federal,
prisoners were all treated well by M irgan
and liberated on ar.i'e.
Morgan s force is ItU'Ttng, aiclreqnir-
ped and mounted
The Louisviile Democrat ui yesterday, has
in'clligence from Cumberlaml Gap. evening
of the 23d, that the federal troops are in
excellent health and spirits, and eager for a
fight, with an abundat.co oi provisions for
sixty aays. Evirv lew dats cur troops (end
oat toragiag partita, umetimcs numbering a
1W men, into roweli a Valley, Icon., w ho
invariably return loaded, iha loragers always
driving euch r:s' away as h y may meet
The correspondent says tbe federals can
hold the Gap against any forca. That the
nbtls do not mean t attack but flunk they
tun starve the federu's oat, ibe number
of rebels this side of .!:c Gap, is estimated
at 20.000 to 30.000. trying tn ji;n CerroGor
On Friday last. Col. Garrard with 560 of
his and Alundaj's regiments went on an ex
pedition to ascertain the enemy's position
and Lroe hi way through tbur line to join
Wilson. At Red Bird Creek Wunday and
Garrard met 150 of Stearns' cavalry, killing
three and mortally wounding a cumber,
whin tbe remainder starts 1 at an awful
speed. Capt. Mullins, ol Munday's cavalry
was killed. Xo other k l:ral hiss
HEWS GF THE WEEK.
Eerlnrth r T-!ijraph n'irs ft fyurth f"g'.
POPE'S COLUMN FALLING BACK
Jackson reported marching
lor Leesburgh and
The rebels 39 miles from b-vebeen ramied
point of the old field. They hold thc.-e old
rlfla rits and they are bold and impertinent
Our army was rcinforcsd at nSon to day by
at least C0.0CO most cfljetive men. We hava
in the field including Gens Franklin's, Sam
ner's. P 'sr's, Picbardson's, Sedgwick's and
Coxe's Division of Ohio veterans from
Western Yircinii. together with
G;n. SturgV new Division, the followin;
Pencsvlvanian Regiments, on the new levies;
1231, 121th, 125th. 126tb, 127th and 129th
The latter marched from their various camps
nsar Washington this morning.
Light hundred prisoners prisoners were
sent forward from this point this morn.
ing to Alexandria making 1500 that havo
bsen forwarded to Washington. The total
number of prisoners captured by uj was
very heavy Gen. Taylor's New Jersey brig-
ado has not been ;n the fight. Several hun
dred of its men who were taken prisoners
A very intelligent prisoner told mo that
Stonewall Jackson made an address to his
TheCilT armiiifr for defence. rrB,-v the Mon jrfy. which he
urged his men to stand firm and fight to tbo
last, for if tbey were beaten 'then and there,
all hopes for the Southern Confederacy
would be lost. This rem also reports that in
Thft flitfcp.TlS rfimmKnfr thm'r Friday's battle. Jaokson bad averytiarrow
eo I HlftinA frnm is.ntiirM
Persons supposed to be well informed, say
that we hare taken at least 17,000 prisoners
from the enemy in all tbe engagement;, but
many of these were paroled on tbe (pot aod
LOUISVILLE UNDER MARTIAL LAW.
GUERRILLA FICHTS IN TEN
NESSEE AND MISSOURI.
110 REBELS KILLED AT WIIEDEX
la the r cent battle Gan. Hatch was
wounded alightly.a ball penetrating tin brim
and body of bis Ielt bat, tUttcd on the skull
Uapt. street was not Killed, as reported, but
Capt. Suixd u! the 5th artillery.
A despatch from Held a. Ark, Au. 24.
to Gen. llalleck says. Satisfactory news has
been received from the Navy aa 1 Army. An
expedition sent down the river, near Mill
ken's Bend, reports that the r.h 1 transport
Fair Pity was captured, with a 1 erge cargo
of arms and ammunition. A rebel forca was
pursued by tbe troops from Monroe, La.,
where were tbe railroad and te'fgraph. The
depots were burned, and the telegraph
delroycd, cutting iff communication with
ieksborg. The negroes who were with the
rebel ioroe brought away 11 l.htk. of sugar,
three baggage wagons, n J sis cats were
destroyed by oor troops.
A portion of the foice went up tlo Yasoo
River where a battery of 42 pounders and two
field pieces were taken ; the enemy fleeing
without firing a gun. acd the field p'eces
were brought awav. Hi o expedition descend
ed the Y jo about noon, ana then returned
up the Missi&ipp . Some valuable property
was captured from the re1- b during the trip.
The 10th and 11th Vt. Regiments
ordered to the Seat of War.
Special Dispatch to tbe Frc Pn.
W. K. Jcnctios Sept 3
The 10 th Regiment leaves Brattleboro Sal
urday and the 11th Begt, Sunday. They go
via New Haven & Jerrey City.
IN'iw You, Sept. 2.
A drratch was sent to tbe Associated
Prtas, Saturday night, giving tbe fact and
some derails of evacuating Fredericksburg,
but it was suppressed by the Censor.
Tbe correspondent of tbe llera'ii this
Doming proves the correctness ot the dee
patch. Frederieksbarh was evacuated on
the 30th by Gen. Burns ide's forces, who fell
back to Aquia Creek, where tbey are now
protected ty the- gunboats on the Potomac.
The maehino shor of Fredericksburg
were blown up. All the bridges were burn
ed, all the vernment troperty not taken
away wa3 desnyd. The same was done
T. u c i:c. je.Le!ent ef tbe UtraUl says
sine? Gen. P i" left the Bappabannock, 15
eepora'' 'at .5 l.-ve b. rn fought.
fie-M t! i ii.
ht our i.
McDw-a . '
to fall h.c-
Kco.- . i
'1 be Grenada Appeal ot the 21st. says that ! ment, f arl. 1
av jut a tutl
. n t -'.'
A French ship was a ik-n Tuesiav night,
on ber way ti B-ieton. S'.e is a prise to the
United Mates snip inn. das claarea irom j
New Orleans for Bordeaux with a amal. ,
cargo, and 23 days afterwards was captured !
on the coast of North Carolina with a lull .
cargo of otton. i
the British Meanrr K.e toachud at Charles-
ton, 5. C, on ibe 20th, leaving dvpatches
for the foietga otuauls there. Sue then
A fierce "sooeeh" Quarrel between Gen.
'.Va'dimiox, Sept. 1.
; .ii wi. ' r- turned Ir m tbe hattle
rr.. r-, ie rts that in Saturday '
; :n,. was commanded bv Gen.
1 it. o i'-g to the murderous et.
' t'e'r-'. !, he was compelled
:e.:.: .cicJ tho centre and Gen.
: ..! !. Tie result of the engage
! and detcraioed we fell back
, !.a- ing our dead and w.nnded
Adespateh dat-d Fairfax Coart House, j Bragg and the Mobile uad Vickabnrg papers
Sept. 1. giicj the loUowiog account of tbe t is progressing. A long correspondence has
fiace iRtwtn ir.em, waicti ia f uo-
t'.tT .1 .1 1 t-r 1, M
J ?rr4 lH-.
reuiuval ot the wounded, and position of the
affiirs at Centr ville at that time :
A ft ig ot truce was sent in fur permission
ti i- . en tne aeao anet wounaeu ot our
army, w.-.o Iwd not been rsaefaed daring the
o.yot tbecgnting, wbicn was granted, t.
ast trom noou tin sunset, some sixty am-
bulinces were sent with a number of phy
sicians and some citizens, and ou their arri
val at the held a terrible scene presented it
s It The wounded with lew exceptions had
recevod no at:en:ion, our doctors, in cm -panv
with tbe troop", and the enemy bav.nj
enough to do to attend to tLtir onn. Tbe
physicians immediately commenced their
operations, but their means and help were
very inadequate. About one calf if tbe
wounded were brought in, their wounds
partially dressed, some amputations per
formed and the ambulances filled and brought
away, the number being about 200. About
loll to iWi still remained on tho held, and
now that our army has retreat d no chance
remains of sending them succor. A terrible
responcibi.itj rests on those having charge of
mo matter tnat tne oojectot tbe flag of truce
was not mare success! ul. Some were seen
whose limbs were commencing to mortify for
want of dressing, and who wcro faint and
almost famished from hunger and thirst.
Tbote who visited the field of battle wcro
not allowed to go bevond wbero the heaviest
part of the fighting took place, acd no troops
or guns could bo seen, except a number o:
cavalry, who were scattered all over the field,
and who weia willing to convcrso with so'
diers and citizens who accompanied tbe am
bulance train. They unanimously cay tbey
will sooa drivo us from Virginia, and even
into tbo fioe States, and will endeavor to let
us feel tbo war by making a portion of our
land resctnVe that part of Virginia over
which tbe armies have passed and re-passed
for tbe last six mouths.
On returning to Centreville it was found
tba'. a fight had taken place somewhere in
oar rear, and every thing was bustle and ex
citement, the troops getting under way fr
t le scene, tuinsmoviDg off, etc., while many
had alreaJy gone It seems that during the
foienoon a report reached headquarters that
a movement was on foot to attack our trains,
and King's jivisioa was ordered to Fairfax
acd take a pjcition to tbe west of that town
to prevent any demonstration by tho enemy.
About noon tbe rebels wero discovered ap
irjac'jing Irom that direction, when skir
mishing cjmn-.nced and our troops formed
in line i f battle, whila word was being sent
to headq lartersr, and additional forces sent
to the spot. The rebels attacked with a large
body of infantry and wcro ret-olecd io gal
lant ttyle by our forces present, consisting of
King's and Kickctt's division, Penn. reserves
and tome others. The rebels bad batteries
concealed in the woods, and when our forces
drove the nods back to where they were
placed, they ojiened with grape which made
terrible destruction in our rauk-t for a short
time. Bat our guns getting int.) position
the rebc'oj wste cm pel led to K-ava, suBariDg
be. vy losses.
The enemy's f jice was ver j strong and com
manded by Jackson in ison, and had the
attack not been promjtly met. our commu
nication with Washiigtun would ogam have
been cot off and immense trains ef wagons
captcrcd or destroyed.
A buttle took place on Saturday near Rich
mond, Ky , lasting Irom laomiog till 4 in
the afternoon, resulting in our troois being
driven hack with seiious loss. The enemy
drene in our cavalry, on Friday alternoou.
G. Mini .n 'Aith the C0:h anl 71tt Ind.,
meted up t.i their support, and tho enemy
reticle Xrxt morning Mansn edranced
aain. .ind ctmiing tip wit'i the i nioiy an
am ly fight b.gan with heavy Iom on both
sdrs The euetoy Httetaptul to turn our left
fin k, wVn sharp Slitting occurred hHweeu
the skiiuiisDciE. Tho re'e'.s suececdal in
their littempt, and advanced in full force on
our column. Gen Man-ou ordered a retreat; I
f li 'nek three rriles and re iormcd in lhoe of
bittla i n high b II. wit" artillery it position
oat . ii,'ht and lift fliiiks. Tne hr.ng I v
artil ry was rVcoinmcuced mil ke,. up
both nds very briskly. Alter fighting a'jut
tio bout", the enemy advanced on our right
Hank, qnder cover til woods, and after severe
fighting succeeded in .turning it Retreat i
r-'-?d!'?1y t?r,5 If rTig'.'5lfeT'r-1
A dkralca from GreecfielJ, Mo , Monday
says : Maj. Leppsrts has obtained another
signal success over i!.--' e.UerriLs in 3-iui;..
east Missouri, with a squadron of the 13ih
lil. Cavairy, two onpnaies ef ehe St'h Mo.
Vo'unteers, aod CO buwi't-x ul 1S 2 Mo.
Artillery. The Major attacxed Oil. lute,
whose force was estimated at 1,1100 n.cn,
about 12 miles south of Pitman's Ferry, ou
Current River, and aft-r a desperam oonilict
-1 half an hour's juration, completely rouud
While, capturing all his waguns and equip
age, arid taking many prisoners, also a num
ber ot horses and mules. Our io in killed
and wounded is not stated, bat it i slight
compared with that oi tha cs-tny.
A correspondent ..f the M:-5 .if; Dt-rwcraf
writes horn Tort Scot', An 26: i, t.iaton
the 21th Quantrell arid Have' l- i'scame
upon eix companies of tfae21K.na-, and
three companies of tbe G.h Karisas, u.ar La
mar. Maj Campbell and Cap:. Greene ol
tbe 6th attacked loom with 600 uf their (sen
and had a severs SgM. Two men were killed
and 21 wounded.
Lieut. Col. Bassetl, commanding the 2d
Kanta-i, marched upon the opposite side of the
stream out ot danger. Wounded men say
tbo rebels bad about 700, and if Baa-ett had
helped tbey would havo whipped them. Col.
Cloud left bis force the dy b.ioro to report
at Fort Soott. All say that had be been
there Quantreil and Hiys w.ald hav: teen
The greatest activity prevails at Fort Scott
ia getting the amy ready Lr immediate
advance towards Arkansas. This portion of
the army is finely equipped and contains four
comrletc batteries ot eight guns each. Tne
troops have been brigade t and the diffotent
commandera ordered to uovs their commanl
to a suitable place eat and s-ou'h o! Fort
Scott, where a full supply of fersging grass,
fuel and good healthy water can be obtained.
Information has been received confirmiag
tbe reports that the rebels are concentrating
ia largo numbers at Cren Hollow. Ark.,
with tho intention of marching north, pro
posing to tika Fort Scott, then Fart Iojavac
worth. Pike had made a speech to bis men,
saying he intenJed tj be quartered in Fort
Leavenworth Udare enow tell. Theie is co
mistake that such ia the idi held out to the
rebel force no'.v coacccfating at Cross Hal
luw, and the ler nt expulition under Cockrel
and Coffao to Liae JacX, was for the pur
pose ui escorting Hi-.- new Uvies down to Ar
kansas. Handreliof ion loliowcd them,
and they I ad the tno pieces of tho Indiana
battery which they cipturci at Lono Jack,
but they were mostly witnont arms.
Ou: i..! ru.. t .3b eiir main forces were
five mill - from C-'ntrcvii-c on Sunday in bat
t:a:i ;' .. 1 ; raja: 1 !er all emergencies,
'a.:i-'. a srang'y iCitiforced. All the
v;.ii.i 1 d i a.' .a removed from the battle
fijll f 1 u'Oiy anl Friday.
T.ie L idles' R..ief Association of tVash
mgt : . v. cDeaed all clay yesterday, mot
o' the n gl.t atd again to day in preparing
iia av.d han-ares, 4o., in fact, all tbe peo
ple of distiict arc acting nobly and cot
a few men have Volunteered as nurses.
Our city to-diy is live'y in a military
via a- I uf sad as to constant exhibitions of re
turning i-v s.1 Ji.
Ia iUrhrsoi;, C. on th Stilh last., by th:
Her. D.Liady, Jm. W. Marsh, A H , Preetp
tar cf the Etetbrcoke Academy, to alary il.
Pariaefee, a!; aaufhter c4 Dr. Parsie, et
In Westfeid, itg hj AUity Stcoe, Tsq.
Mr. Kmtii: II. stspird, of Oesrxu, to Milt
Hannah E. Caihoeia, ct Co'e L:.l
Siw Yoax. Aug. 22.
The Inline issued an extra this morning
with tL" foiletving .
WafinsoTON, Sunday, 3 P. M.
The anticipation that a great battle would
be fought to-d-y was possibly unfounded. No
firing l.-s rccn heard by ansions listeners
here, and no r.cws of a renewal of the contest
except that a telegram dated at Fairfax St
tion 10 30 A. M. speaks ol heavy guns oeing
heard in the neighborhood of Bristow Station.
This is s'!ppoed ia tho highest quarter here
to be tbe noiso caused by tbe blowing op of
his train by Gen. Banks, who it t fr-d it
cut off a-.th his whole corps
Five hundred rebel prisoners were st Fair
fax Station awaiting transportation to W ish.
in;tun. They concur in eayiog as does in
formation froa all other son roe that the
whole r VI army was engaged nnler Genra'
Its numbers no one cf them set at less than
lbO.000 and many estimated them at 200,000
or 300,000. They also all say that they
wore tromised an easy and speedy march in
to Washington. They were ceitainly to be
there wi'bin a week.
In: Tribune's extra "f t'.is morning
corjtr.ias a Washington letter dated Sunday,
10, A.M., with the following details:
Xth.n later than Gen. Pope's dispatches
oi S'.t::day has been r;caived by the govern
ment this morning- Distant firing was
bsi:d iiturday afterrom aod late tn tbe
A Courier arrived at Hallcc's headquar
ter;, v ith r.cas t'.:.t Gen. Pope bad fallen
lick 'j Ctntreville. A staff cQser from tbe
Uitt.e field, 5 o'clock Sa'nrday P. M., states
tlrat :.: haUie ccmucncd Tharsday P. M.
0.' Sigel's corps engsced the rebel cav
airv 1 gsdeon the r.i frou Warrenton,
oi. J c re them t:. ths battlu lasted until
9Je. skit, the .-... ..t'g This fijht was
widi Jaekeon' rear cuird. whose foroe is
Friday morning Jackson undoubtedly
formed a junction with L-jngstreet. Gen
Sherman's battery opened the battle Friday
morning. Gen. Milroy's Brigade led tbe ad
vance, and G:n. Sigel formed in line of bat
t'e with S.-hurx on the right, Scbenck on the
left aud Stienwehr in the centre
fhe rebels were gradually forced back till
one o clock in U.e utter noon. iney men
suddenly and fiercely charged bayonets, forc
ing Milroy's brigade back. Scbenck sent
his brigade forward bnt both were driven
back, Milroy's command so badly eat up
that he could not gather a regiment. Shun
acd Steinwehr were holding their own in
the woods on tbe left. Stevens and Rey
nold's divisions were sent np, but all were
driven back .
The result of Friday 'i fighting was, we
d-ovs the rebels about two miles, then they
being heavi!y reinforced, recovered a mile.
and our troops rested at night a m ile in ad
vance of the r morning's position.
On Saturday, the battle was more general.
Helntxelman, Porter, 'McDowell and Banks'
being evgiged. Gen Sigel's force being kept
as a reserve
Gen. lleintxelman c. mmenced the attack
at 10 with Porter in the centre. The ad
vance of tbe latter was checked by the im-
0 susses of rebel infantry, and his
troops stoop up with unparalleled heroism
for over an hoar t sn eofi'&liog fire of grape
and canister, the ground streaming with
fallen rentes ef dead and dying. Finally
they broke, ia !mg back in general disorder
causing a panic in ths reserves, large num
hers joining in the r treat.
Tt e rebels rapidly advanced the!.- batteries
pouring in a storm of shot and shell. The
right wins was completely beaten. General
McDowell advanced to their support endear
oriog to hold the centre, bat his movements
wero anticipated and both be and Sigel were
enveloped by the rebels on the left and out
numbered at all points. Then Sigel's genius
shone out, bringing up his brigade success-
tally to their position, holding them in front
while the fugitives poured by. Ltrge bodies
of McDowell's troops retreated in great dis
order across Ball Run
At 5 o'clock in the afternoon , tbe battle
was going against us. Our right remained
comparatively firm, preventing tbe enemy
from following up his advantage, and
Ball Bun stream was oroseed, tbe rebels
trinb-'ing us only by a few shells. We were
falling back to Centerville.
The day adverse to us ; but the battle
was to be renewed Sunday morning, with
heavy reinforcements on our side. Tho
above account was gleaned by the Tribune's
ocrrespondent from Capt. Fisk.
A later account says : Judging from re
ports from tfficers, tbe panic in McDowell's
left wing was not very serious. A line of
soldiers was drawn up at 7 o'clock Sunday
morning ta stop stragglers, but none had ap
peared. Another correspondent says McClellan.
Bornside and Pope's armies are now in full
oo operation and complete success is looked
lor. Every confidence is felt at tbe War
Department, Halleek's headquarters and the
Gaa.Mj' Ilr-ADQCAKTrJis. Aug. 31 .
Te Mt). Gen. llslteek
Tbe following is received from Bolivar,
Col. Hogg io command of the 20th aid
20th Ohio infantry, aod some cavalry, was
attacked by about 4000 rebels yesterday.
Our trooja behaved well, driving the enemy
whose lots was over 100. Ottrlossis25
men killed and wounded. Col. Hogg being
one of the number.
U. S. Gsam, Maj. Gen. Com.
the city. Our troops are preparing to evac
uate Cynthians, Ky. Humphrey Marshall
is reported to be marching on that place
Wright has assumed command of Cincin
nati, Covington and Newport,
It is but lair to inform our citizens that
an active, daring and powerful enemy
threatens them with every consequence of
war, yet the cities must be defended and th
inhabitants assist in the preparations .
fir;.', AH business mast be suspended at 9
o'clock to-dy. Every business house must
bi closed Stcor.d, nnd:r tho direction of
the mayor the citizens must within an hoar
after the suspension of business assembls In
convenient public idaoes rtady fcr orders &
ai soon as possible they will then be isslgned
This labor ought ba one of lovs and the
undersigned trusts and believes that tt will be
si. Any how it must be done. 1 ha willing
shall be promptly credited, and tbe unwilling
promptly visited. The principle adopted is
Citizens for the labor, soldiers for the battle,
Martial law is heieby proclaimed In the
threo cities until they can be relieved by the
military. The injunctions of this proclama
tion will be executed by the police.
'Ihird. Ferry boats will cease plying the
river after 4 o'clock, A. M., until farther
Paris, Ky., was evacuated last night. Our
troop filling back to Cynthians.
Paiusiirnta, Sept. 2.
Three immense rifled cannon, "1,8. and El
inch bore, havo already been found in the
hold of the priie steamer Bermuda. Other
cases cot yet opened, are supposed to contain
small cannon cr rmos.
lour city regiments left for Washington
Fosisifs Monroe, Aug. 31.
AH of Porter's mortar ..: and the c:
boats have come down the James River acd
are cow at anchor in Hampton Roads, and
part of the flotilla which has been Dp the
river is to go immeliafely to the Potomac.
New Ycbk, Sept. 2.
The Tribune's correspondent states that in
consequence of the threatening democstra.
tiocs of he rebel generals Hill and Long'
street it was deemed necessary on Monday
morning to evacuate Cectcrville which was
done. Our troops retired towards Fairfax
Court House. Gea Reno's division leading
nd McDowell's following. Before reaching
Fairfax they were attacked by a detachment
of j Gen. Hill's division under Stewart who
were concealed in the woods near the village
and who poured in a volley upon Stevens'
brigade. Gen. Reno and Stevens immediately
formed into line of battle and Gen. Stevens'
troops charged into tbe woods driving the
rebels before them with great slaughter. It
was in this charge that Gen. Stevens was
killed acd his son wounded. Gen. Kearney's
batteries then opened causing great bavock.
The enemy finally retreated and our troops
passed without further molestation. The
enemy's loss wis very heavy. Gen. Ste
vens' command included the 29 th Mass.
regiment. Our loss Is not stated.
Another Tribune Washington dispatch
dated yesterday, says the cewi frcm Fairfax
Court House hut evening states that the en
emy is still pursuing or threatening to pur
sue the fhnktcg movement to which Gen.
Pope referred. It was believed that General
Lee bad missed bts troopi on Little River
Turnpike, oorth of Centreville. Ample
preparations bare been mads to meet ta,
acd the probabilities were that a great battle
wou'd bo fought yesteiday (Tuesday) or to
day. The 11th Mass. Regiment lost in Friday's
battls 105 killed acd woscded oat of 240.
CHrrrrsEM Cecxrr, ss. 5 COURT.
ners. Oar loss wss ona killed and fire I STATE or VE8JI0MT, STTPttKME
The guerrillas made an attack on fifteen
men in a stockade near MoMinnviKo 03 the
R. R. and were rcjclftd with heavy Icsn.
Get. Giant's UxancicaxTias.
Sr. Locis. Sept. 2, 1 P. M
To Maj. Gen. llalleck .
Col. Dennis with from four to firo hundred
men met with the rebel cavalry yesterday a
few miles west of Whedon in superior force.
driving them and whipping them badly
Tho tcosy left 110 dead on the field, and
their wonnded era estimated at over 230.
Our loss Is five killed acd 40 wounded.
TJ. S. Grant, Maj. Gen,
Sr. Josirn, Mo., Sjpt. 2
Polndexter, the notorious leador of guer
rilla bands In MlsaOun.wu eacght hit night
as a spy and will coffer death.
11 ar k c I s
CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET
Wednesday, jL 3.
At ratrkst 1313 Cattle, ibettt 1000 Uteres aed
313 Store, eomiitiagof Tforkinr, 0xa, Cows,
oas, two sal three yean eld
Market beef extra rer etrt. 6,10a 6.75. 1 it
laallty, t8.00 JS. SI da., S5.00. Jddo. 3.7S
Working Oxen, J70 a SW0 Fr pair.
Cows and Calvti, $20, 39 a tt.
Twoytui old, $11 a li. Three year oil jlj
Sheep and Lambs C330 at market. PrtCM, la
lets SI 73, J CO, i 3 35. Extra Selsitlons, i3 S3
a S GO.
nidi 61 a 7a rr lb: PIts 87j II 00
CalfSklti SaSsptr lb.
Tallow 7J s7 e rer lfc.
There vis a larjs cnaber ot eittle with a fu
portion ef good quality prices; for ths bait rather
hljber er wbtt Is equivalent, as last waeis prttei
wire obtains! for thots list ths quality a.
iTrrsissaT, Sept. S.
ILQUn Sales at $i 67 a J for Western snpei
fat; eotsmoa extras tt SS 13 a S 62 J. asd goad
tad cholot brands tt $8 53 a G 73 per bbl, includ
ing aesi!te, Ohio, Cutis tni Mlohlgin. Cora
Met! has been sold at $3 75, tad Rye Floar ranges
from $3 50 a I 30 per bbl for eaeaaoa aad extra.
ORAiy. The market fcr Cora bss beea dall
daHng ths wk. Western mixsd has beea soli
tt CO t Ct: per lb, as to oaalitr. Oats are irm
tad ecntinas la demand, with tiles ef Weetsra
tnd Canada tt ti t 67 per bash. Ia Rjt the
sales hire teen coslned to mil lots tt 9to pr
PROVISION'S. Pork remains qaito stealj at
$10 a 11 for prime; 13 a II 50 for mess; tad
$13 a II for clear, cash. In Beef suiderata Hits
it $U 1 15 50 per bbl for Eastern .tod Weatern
ram tnd extra mess; anl $15 50 a IS for fatal!
extra, eaih. Ltrd Ii Una tad sites of gwd la
bblstaitlersesatlOj.tuiiakegiatlOi a 10
rer lb. cash. Ia SaoVed Haas, ste tt 51 t 0 c
eerlbeaah. Batter is Snn anl continnes tn
stetd; deatni; sales tt 17 a 13o for good, choiej
tnd extra JTowTcrk tad Vermont; and eomaoa
tad Mr tt 13 Us per lb. Ia Ctnaia tsd We it.
era sties tt 10 1 16s for poor to good. Chseio Is
Ira tnd selling tt 6 a Ss per lb. is to qaallty.
WOOL Ths dextnd for doasstlo Wool his
been quite totlve, ml the transactions bare been
to t eocsldertble extent, eodprisiag ooo.vuo ids
Seie tsd palled tt from CO t 70 fUeee tni pallsd
from 60 1 ESj for safer tnd extra, several lots of
txtrt selling is high as 70c The coarser grties
of domeitlo command ths highest prices tn I ra ost
WnxnzAs. Robert parretl, of Underbill, in ti
County cf Chittenden and Slate of Vermin', bsi
eommeeeed his petition agtlct Jlirgart t Farrel!,
his wife, stttlnz forth In robjtanes ihtt )i
ratrrlcd t her. tho said Jlargtret. at CerlcK!r.
ia t: Countr of Franllln, ia said Fttt. In 1S35,
and lired with her for about two weeks la tbo ob
rervtneo of tho duties reqairs.1 by Iho marrisiB
relation, when, withont cease, said Mtrgaret wll
rally deserted the petiiioner anl never retarued,
tat still remains absent frita the petitioner, whieh
petition Is retarntble tn tbs Supremo Court,
next to bo hoidea it Eutliozten, in tho Coanlr of
CblttenJen, on tbe first TnesJiy of Jtnatrr. 13S3,
and la which the petitioner prars that the band
ef mttrlmony between Mm and tba said Margiret
bo dissolved, tnd a bill of dirom granted.
Acd. It belnjraado to tppeer that theetld Mar
gsret does net reside within this Eut", bat en th
centrsry Is reelilfic in parti nnknown. ai.d that
bo Is wltbont this State, toToad the reach of
prcoeis, it li hereby ordered that t"io said Marga
ret Tamil be notilled cf tbe pending of itid pe
tition ind samaoaat to sp?ear la said Ctraitit
tbo terra thereof to ba boMen it Barliwtosi
foresaid, on tbo lit TaeiHy r Jaantr;. 1S6J,
and show eaao why tho preyer of eid petitioner
sbtll not bo granted, br tbs paMiettlos of the
foregolsg substance of said petition, UMlher with
tils order, la tho Weeklv Barlio-too Fee Pre,
a weekly newspeper pabliibed at Bartingem, ia
laid CotxntT of Chittenden, three weeks saoosee-
irelr. tho last of which pnblloetl. ne to be t leoif
six weeks before tho itHKU of sti.l Oonrt, at the
term (hereof tforeuU. to which end petition is
returnable, ind lhat ia defaalt of tho appea aeo
M tbo nil Mirguot Farrel I, tie Coast will
f rocaed pa-tt.
Qlvea nnJer ov baad tt Barliactow. It
Ceanty of CMtten4en ifOfMaU, this 13th etay of
Angnit, A. D. 186J.
Jodie of tba aasrwaw Casrrt
31. O. lluia, Atlj. 0..-1
PniuDiLrnu, Sept. 3.
The Enjuircr of this city makes ths fol
lowing statements : Baton Rouge has been
entirely destroyed by our troops. General
Breckecridgs.had demanded its surrender.
He bad a large army with him.
Falls Church has been evacuated by oar
troops. Tho wonnded that wero in the Hos
pital at Falls Church, have been removed to
fhe railroad bridge over Ball Rao bs
again been destroyed byebele.
Stonewall Jackson is on his way to Balti
more vt Leesburgh , with 40,000 men. He
intends crosting near Edward's Ferry.
The latest from Maj. Ges. Pope's Head
quarters is that the whole column if falling
bick from thence to Washington.
THE MOST rLEASANT, ltd ettlest to
tialnlster, tnd mcst eScient medietas for tbo
relief tad ears of dllsrcnt dissases Is the Hcrseo
pathle dtscrlptions, prepusd by 17r. Uiffiri. they
Esaber tO dilsrent kbit, pat ap singly ia boxes
tt 35 cents, cr in different sited ftallj eases. Aa
tsMttsent eta bo foani tt J. W. Rear & Ce 'i,
Ageat, cr scat per call by
130 William St., Sew fork.
rhlllp Lee's cams Is oa'ttchbox of ths gesnlne.
Send fcr t mtnait famished free.
Aog. lita, .Vr. J.,uuu i
Jtais A. eat LtCUi .1.
lie vu a rnenibta ..' Z
wy ia tLj e rca Js.aaht
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boro Uicbacaa. Dowe..'-
Wea eh LU 0iat4' :tid t;ictel i r0' '
tuc fallen, Le loadoi tliein aod CrU it, l-a c'i-. ,
spiked itancwiHsi. Ue slai of l fe e- eo bis f rl
wit Lorn' .
, IVCii:i!a,'VTI, Anf; Eto, illieafi T., .aly toa
of Per.'ey C. crrd Faoar A Juioi, ased 21 j ta:-.
XI V BpWti
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--i Insane 11.
I) FiiESwa A
sir, J t
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rt'asntjGioef, Sept. 1.
! Firney'a Press in a
n't ile last evening
c . . t.t 3 o'cUVeUir
I! itg wis turned by acrjdy l
.'rj a''iiut 5000 sir n?. ' Mellow-
b i on the I- ft . I our aitnT and
- ia'ry ling s-:pp rt-d byinfatrry
: t..-e ii s w i rtl.u.-t msta'.tly
' I e' e . I"jrlu! f bC
. ' ' i . t- f 1 rlse.il ia
' tZ taaeli -' 1 v..o seoitl to Lo
-.'.I is ttvn reinlorced etmimourly,
'.' e etili-'e1 r-1 -e-l rtrii'- in
Xtw Yoke. Sept. 2.
A special dispatch to tbe Philadelphia
Jaewtr says the President, Gen. llalleck
and Gen, McClellan were in consultation to
day st the headquarters of Gen. llalleck.
Shortly afterwatds it was currently
said in thatviomity that th; command of the
trooj in and around this city, including tho
defence of the neighboring fortifications, had
been assigned to Gen. McClellan.
After tho falling back of our forces to
Centreville, there wis naturally some anx
ilty felt as to the safety of General
Bicks in command at Catlett's aod Bristow's
stations. About 8 o'clock yesterday morn
ing be succeeded in bringing his entire com
mand wagon train and uninjured, nil only
eneoonter with the ecemy was an occasional
interchange of shots. He reached Centre
ville about noon yesterdsy .
The fict that the enemy did cot undertake
more serioatly to oppose his junction with
Pope shows "bow terribly the rebels were
eripp'ed in tbe battle of yesterday.
i Iiull Ta n
pTtnt their front Leing ut the fartherctt
PuiuDurma, &pt. 2.
1 .e i heeling Press in an extra issued on
Sunday li.es thj fallowing :
B iei.hsr.ooti (in Western Virginia,) has
been taken taken by the reiei cavalry under
Imode-n bed Je-akics.
Ti.eret is gnat alarm at Clarksburuh. Tho
rsbsil are rer o-ted advancing agiintChrk-bur-z'i.
I'tNCINXAtl. bft. 2.
B :ncss I 't: : ly suspended here. The
II K. cats iav e rr ' iun"n . Thi peo
ple arc quietly lrttf actively "organizing for
dlnei No male cititen is allowed to letve
UXADO.CAKTEK3 Or TBE AUT, )
Washington, Sept. 3, 1562. f
By ths direction oi the President Major
Gen. McClellan will have command of the
fortifications of Washington and ol all troop
for the defense ol the Capital.
By order of the Seo'y of War,
E. D. T0WXSEXD, A. A. G
Cixcissaii, Sept. 2,-10 P. M.
The excitement has been very high hare
all the afternoon. The citizens are enrolling
themselves rapidly in the different wards.
Large numbers are working on the fortifica
tions on the Kentucky hills.
Gov. Todd arrived here this morning and
is Is communication with the military an
The utmost exertions are being made for
the defence of the city. The rebels tt ii
stated are frcm twenty to thirty thousand
strong, and are reported to be elBoyles Sta
tion, 33 miles from this city. They araisex
pected to arrive opposite the fortiScutiSson
Tho 45th acd 9th Ohio Regiments are
falling back slowly to Covingtsn. Oar rick
ets ore all out. All the steamboats have
been ordered to remain on this side of the
river. Gen. Gilbert's command which fell
back from Lexington, reached Frankfort to
night. Some apprehensions were felt for
their safety. There is no telegraph comma
ctcition south of Palmyra.
Loutsviiir, Ky., Sept. 2.
The Mayor's proclamation is being nobly
responded to. Citizeo9 are enrolling them
selves in the Wards acd tho Home Guard
companies are ready for service.
Msjor Gen. Wright has declared martial
law in Jefferson County. There is great ex
citement throughout this city. Tbe cotton
brokers are removing their cotton across the
river, acd numerous citizens are removing
their valuables fearing the rebels will at
tempt to capture the city.
NasnriLir, Sept. 1.
Col. Munday's Ky. regiment had a severe
fight near Woodbury, on Thursday, with
Forrest's guerrillas. Eight .f tho latter
were killed, 30 wounded acd 15 Uken'priso-
is ir'rossmLE that any sol
dier, eaa bo so foolish is to leave tbo eily
witboat a supply of Hothmay'i Owtmiitaid PiaTe?
Tiheevtr does so will deeply regret It. Tbeso
medicines trt the only eirtaia ears for Dowel
CompItlstJ, Fevers, Ecret tad Searvy.
Only 25 cents per Box or Pot. Ii3
TIATCIIELOR'S HAIR IIVK I
THE BEsT IS THE WORLD.
WUlitaA.Bitehelor'j oelebrsted Hafr Dr j
prodnees a eolor not to be dietlostileaed from aa
tare wimnted sot to bjire tbo Iltlr la tie
lent; teaedles the ill cfeets of bad dyes, and in
vigorttos tho Iltlr for life. QRET, F.ED, cr
RCSTf HAIR tastistlj tarns a splendid Blaek
or Brawn, leaving tho Hair soft in! besatifnl
Eold by til Druggists, is.
jyihe Oeaalns is signed WILLIAM A
BATCBELOR e tte (nt tidu eiscA lor.
FACTORY, No. 61 Bireity Street,
(Lsfi 333 BntiKiy mJlS Jeii Sinn.)
LEVI S.TOMRERSO.N'S L STATE.
STATE OF VERMOST, ) To a ! Dwrsoni
sisrticT or caVT!tax, is. ( ooaened la tao
Estate of Levi S. Tombarsia, lata of Miltao. m
said Dutriet, deoeaicd. Oeennc
At a Probate Coart hoidea at Batliaxtaa. wit l-
In sad for the Dial riot ol Casueadn. ea 'ht 37th
day of Aarast, A. D. 13. an Ixsracxcn, par
rortlBg tobotaalast Will and Tutaaaat. of Li
lt 3. t'ambsma. late or Milton, in id Dlitriet.
deensed, was prasaa ed ta the Coast aforesaid, for
Aad it is ordarea bv said Crt that Ike zota
day of September. A. D. 18 t. at tho Fobets
Cssrt aoonsi ia nid Barilattoa. ba assigaod t"1
provianiaid Iastranwat: aad that aasiea lharecr
begivta to all persias eiaeernol. by pablubing
tbh teitr thraa waaki nsjasuveST in th Freo
Prsf,a aeeMpapar priatad at tail BaxUagua.
previoat to tbo time eppoiaeed.
lmnroaa.voa ar herebe aotilod la appear
bofur said Coart, at tba time ani place asbtauid,
ml eootast the probata of Kd will, if yoa havo
Miraa under mv hand at Barliagtsa ia tai .
Distriet, this 27 ih day of Anno", A. L.
V. ftuuiut. aesaaji i
IIIORSE rOTT Kit Ar?D TMstoSSHSC
WP. DWI3 A CO. have itaeniiwis a
braneh of their Brasher Falls nuaafir.
ton at Plitttbargii. Hrro era ibaU keaaoa Baal
oar w.11 known fl.rao Powers, Thrashers aa:
aoiaere f or on , two ad tb-o horn The Ver
iBAat larmers ara wall icqoaiotad with thasa ma
ehtaea, for they bava boon ia oaeKMoa aawni
taen for IS yeare. ml never wita ao
tation aa sow. It is tafo to ifflrm ttat this is tbt
only Thrasher and Cleaner ever auaaraataso. in
tho United Stitei for ej many years, that ass n::
bew saptreaaal ky othart. T1U bu Hood aarir
tiled aaJ with thaletproremaau that oar loaf
experience la the business mi ssaoyaetad, wa Uk
pleirere in earing tbe farmer ef Veemool that
If ii 11 nthm ska miaaiaa Shaw snaa. Wi
oaaforaardmaehinatoaaportea tae lake, at
slight expanse with diipatah. All sepaina
pieces ind taeth will bo kept eooetaotlr on hand,
aad ill ordsrt will be promptly attaaJai to.
W. P. DAvXa 4 CO
Ptatubar'a. May 1S62.
T. S. W nabliih below a letter boa John A.
Cbaabeiltn, Orin 1 Isle, who baa aad acre axpe
rieaco with mwhiaas ttaa any other man ! Vr-
nsoat. W. P. O. A CO.
Mtssas. Davis i Co.:
T i rent Sard dririn? to thrrsi with W Spaa of
horses, on your two-bore macbiae, WI ba shots ot
rood wheat or 200 bashals oat. W bava thrash
ed I5S baskeb of wheat between D o'cio aid
sunset, in Jaonify. without any axtxa anarta,
with fonr hiada, bat it was not tMauaa and w4e ;
also 31 baikcle oats In r m.B'iieo. aaa
was well efetaed. at for aurk-t, as it eaa from
ids miokle. Wo hav no trouhl la lisaieg
grain well, with jour recant iaiproeaauatt, aod i
is tatitted tho ataohlaw Jo a now ma will
tbresh tad dean well aeore groia with th man
help aad two aortas than any attar Swo-ewrs
cuebtno la this region will thresh withaat cseaa-
' - . MHUlMfTW
Grand Isle. Vt, Mit 10, 1SJ6.
T S I hami thruhai a ith era neiahinaor
GO.OIM bathab, givisg lassthaa ill f- rsiti
tni thea sold it to- half ths oasi of a ni na
wltxS J. -v w
THIS ARTICLE has bssn utosiry aaai ji
this sad other eaaatrias, aal is hij;!y ap
proved for its
Fine Flarar, Hrnlibfnl ast! Jfiltrlllaawi
This Caff oompitM ftToraaly with, sad is by
Btsy prefetrcd ta Bio tad Java, aad is
SOLD AT ABOUT HALF THS PMCK.
II is grand tad pat p hi Iltletllln: in
lib. pMktfea. with labels that read
"31 I L US'
lathosea K? Waaftiea-
troofwhlsn HfV laWp, as
Is tent of a JjVMS. paniewara
aeofrjH.t J J ,1R in mfti:r
Tbe label. if ' irtfcrle, ti
tro red. t t fllj. reH
rreea sail .'-lf t Jnp. taeaaa-
bias, and ' ?TjitTammi4 8a a o, a.
tro copy- VjtL f ' iiglBi "
righted. ggpjgBwggav th law
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPE.
RIENCE OF AN' INVALID. fsKuJid
(rr t Bnrfii ani ee a IVarainj ani a Catien Is
I" who safer from "ervens DebUlty,
Prtsatare Decay, Ac; supplying tt ti same
time the ceaci cf Eelf-care. E one who hit
eared himself tftsr being pat to great expoaso
throagh medical lspoaltioa tad qatekery. By
escloclsga post paid addressed envelops, simcls
corns raty be hii of th tathor,
NATHANIEL MATFAIB, ESQ.,
Bedford, Kings Co.. If. T.
Mtreh II. diwlr
DISEASES or WOMEN.Da. Mirr
cx attends txdaslvelr to tie trettmest of Pritai
VUmit tnd the tjteitt DLieiaei of WOMEN, tt
his RrKtsui InnrcTi for Special Diseases, at
No. 33 Union tt, Providoae. B. I. See his ad
vertisement of Tax Otxai Ixnu KtxiDT rot
Foiaxxs la this rP".
Not. 27. dawly
LEFT In my posstssion hy a drover, cn ths
23th Inst-, i yearling tnd 2 two-jeirs-old
Ctttlo. Tho owner is requeued to prove property
riy ebirrei, tnd take thea twty.
C. L. DRAKE.
West Milton, Ang. 23th, 18(3. wlOat
row lost ! i10w restored t
Jiul PidluTud in a eeoiei Etvtlopt. Price fi ctnli.
4 LECTURE on tho Nttare, Trettnent, tnd
J. Kidlcal Cars of Epensatcrrboet, or Seminal
Weakness, Involaatary Emissions, Sexnel Debil
ity, tnd Impediments to Mintage generally. Ner
vousness, Consumption, Epilepey and Flu, Men
tal Physical Incapacity, resulting from Belf
Abttte, Aj. By Bosr.J. Cctvtawtlt, JI. D.,
Author of th Grm Boot, $c.
"A Deen taThoaeaad af SalTcrert."
Sect under seal, la a plain envelope, to any ad
dicts pus poii on receipt ef six cents, cr two
postxz stamps, by Dr. Cil. J. a KLINE,
117 Bowery, New York, Post 0e Box, 1335.
Ang. 3. iw3a Is
ELGIN SPRING WATER.
KEPI constantly on hand,
tt No. i Bank Block.
a L. HART.
It Is packed la white wtod boxes ef 54 Ibe. eael;
also Is balk in kegs and bartela, Moat oe tai
dealws is sew saUiaj tail Cedb. aad tae
naad has boan so great that I kav largail in
creased my sappllea, tad ass sow ye ape rut to 2' i
criers with prssaptaetat.
DaaUss will please sand for Ctraclau aal Li-t
cfrriew. L. T. HOLM AX,
43 Qisouto Sr.. New Vesc.
Salt Jgm fir Ha fAilerf StotM .
Revr me of Coanteifelts ! witaSis
OgdcnslJiii'sli (o Uic West !
7ILL. daring tho present fetstn, rem tho
t Lino or
FIRST CLASS UPPER CABIN STEAMER
Daily bettreea Oglensbargb, Cleveliod, Taledo,
DETROIT. CHICAGO, U1LWAVKIE,
xya ixrxaxscurs roars,
Unlading Wtniegtn, Knoebi, Raetao, Port
Wishing on, Sheboygan, Monitowoe. PsitHaroa
vtl of ths EXPRESS TRAIN from th BAST, call.
IngregnlsrlyforPASsENQBRsind FREIti UT it
Brockfllle, AlextndrliBty, Clajtoa, CapaVtaaaat
tndOaWEGO. I'asscnccrj end Families BMviag
West, can emberk with tbsir Lsggat. lic.
Stock Ac. and land together without dle urbsae
or Trtnsihlptnent, tt their port of deeiiaatlon.
Ibeso steamers havo largo Ctblat aad
Sttte-rooms, amply tnd neitly faralabad
roa riasr ctass rassjtote,
and Staid CaUit with Cook Stoves aad aasstait
tbla fcoomoditions forPaitenxerstad Fata
Hies who may wish ia farnish their out
proelslcns and bediin j. SjrS" o ef
forts will be spired to mtiatala
tbs retratattca of this is
THE CHEAPEST ROUTE tad BEST.
e-7Vlfct fr.rwirdsA ta aire of tba Aetata o
this Company will receive eirtfal attretSraand
des;ttch. Apply to
el 1.10. A. LJUI..I IXreaU.
J.M. CHAJIEBRLIN., 6
Ogdestburca. N. V.
O. Vf. Skits, Oeneril Piiienger Ageaw, B. It
Depot, Ogdewborgb, N. T.
R. Cnarsrax, Verjtennes. Vt ,
Oenertl Trt veling Agent for New BayJMd.
jill 2d. 1SC1 wtat
iVILLlSTON ACAD EM V.
rrillE FALL TERM of WHUieaa Aatlsrry ii
J ootamencs on atoolay, tae lit el 0pO - r
Comaoa Eag!u, $3 S3 Frensh, extra,
niehcr Branahes. t.00 I Drawiag, " - t-.o)
Latiatadareei, 133Masie, " 0
BotrllsfcrnlibedatSI-SO. FcJ aal wash-
:ngUe.aded.S2.C0. j a, CILLET ,Piiae:pat.
ITUlUtoa. Jaly 2ith. 18C2. wtt
1 FIIKS1I t; ROUND FLOUR,
y BARBELS of eioleatimlly Floar jast r.