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UATUEDaY MORNING, SEPT. , 1863.
Rail Road Time Table. " 'fenewtog fee arrival ud denertareof trains at Odea ulis. On and sftsr April svth, lard, tralao wlllreau nllewei ' tUma Miami Ootceaisa Xnu Bo B. Leave. ', '- into. JUunjiaU Aoeoaaedatloa. I A. M. tits r. M. JlaeUruU Bipraoo ... U.N A. M. llitO A. M. stall end Aooosusodatioa... JiM f. M. INS P. M. Ulahl Buvrees, vis Partes, 12:00 Midnight kttA.ll. ' 1 '; . im. r, pwum, Asset, I Onmni Owseahiae B B. Might Baprose.. tDO A. M. e YorkBiprou...... . Hi IV A. M, Mail .. y.mt m. II US P.M. 10i5A.M. 8tM P. M, i '.' ,' . Jmm Pa- I, Agent. OsanSAAOsieB. B Re. SBiprce 4:15 A. M. Ms. 4 B. to Newark only 11:15 A. II. Ms.iaxpMM &4u r. m. lOiSS A. M. . i 11:35 P. K. W. J. U,M. j .' PirSSBOasB, Omdun k OUHUUUTt B.B. I Mill Tnla 4iU A. M. 10.30 A. M. aspreuTraia UilSA.M. 1LUP.M. Im. Iahmi. 1ml. ( Omdmidi 4 IsniASotoaia, B. B. ' (Ooaoasoe Piu A. Iuu B. B.) Indianapolis Mall......... ... 5i15 A. M. 3:45 P. If. lip wa llilnA.il. 3.SOA. M. Plqnl Aeeomodatl B 3: P. H. lOitO Ai M. . a. Btu. Afmi. ; State and Local News. . i The Vallaudighaia Sjog Book U now ready tad for sale at tbli iffloe. GaEATsale of stock and firming utensils to day on this farm loraurly oooupled by W. B. Prettoo, deoeaard. ooa mild from the FenlteD Mary, on the Dublin .urupike. See advertlse- rneot In thii ptper St. Paul's (Fres) Caurch, corner Third aod Mound streets Rev. 6 H Bsttio, Renor. Services to morrow st" 11 A. M aod 4 P M. StraDgere eoi dully iDvited. Tee following Ohio Kuldiar have died reoent ly Sb Ibe Waeblngtii hopiWL: T. Crumby, Fifty-firth Ohio; W. CaoBald, Sixth Ohio oaf alrji Loretio Yoaog, Sib Ohio cavalry. Ohio Contsaiscs. The xnnotl meeiiog ot Ibe M E. Ohio '.onfe'eree i 'nveoee at Lincee- tomcat Tuetdej. iirfl- oambirot solois. ten will be lu sue aim'. Ft'EAL Hall 1 our e.t s ire si ft to see a aegnlfloent ttlog they ma .i (ay a visit to Floial Hall darlog the Fair ucxi wtek Tbe Managers have built three aiotei ol rook woik ' around the pool In the Hal', and beo tbe foao ttini ere At woik will preteot a beaotlfol light worth i Hilt from any one. ' Taoqll the QoitTttatiTii'k DiriiT- nr. J. B. Harbiot Goreinsient Inipeoior of hortea And molee, Wa I, Irwlo, Qoartetmat- ter Diekenoa'i agent for rarchu la boraee and bbJm, and E. A Smith, aereelend mule eon traotor, were arretted In Clnolnaatl by military authority on Toeedty evening, aod plaoed oo- eer guard at tbe Boroet Home. Tbe lumored oaaie la oonplloliy and ooriuptlon lu the pnr ehatee and Inepcotlooa. Tbli ie a new affair, tayi the CkuUt, entirely dlffiiient from the nn- developed InTettlgatloa Into the iff tire of Ctpl Haiti, ehloh wti began tome time ago. Col. Wm. Momoem, of Heoeock county, and Jamea M. Edwardt, of Fayette ooooty, Cam- mleelonere for the Slate andir the eoldiera voting law, left iLolooatl yeneiay mom log for Cairo.; , Tba y took wltb ihem, aa the law preeorlbee, "blatik forme of poll b oil and re tnru, with tbe neoeaury poktuga eUmpi to pre pay pottage on the retorne." 'f bey are to villi each dlvlaloQ and detaobmeui of the army un der General Grant. i, i Tbe London Qoaitiilt Ritiiw. Mttara, L. Soott & Co., New York, re-pablltheri of the foot elandird BritUh Revleweand Blackwood'i Magnlne, have joel Uiuad tbe Joly number of he London Quarterly. Ill cooienttare: Tbe Betonrpea and Fotnre of Auitrla; Nata- ral HUtory of the Biblr, Glaoi.i Theorlee; Oar Colonial Syitemj Waihlogton Irrtug; Modern 8plrlloallemi Saored Trees aid Fiowen; Roba dl Roma; Tbe Nile Speke and G. ant. ' Thi price of lb foor Revlewe and Black wood separately la three dollari a y ear; of Black wood with either of tbe Revlewt, live dolltre, and of Blackwood and the font Revleee tea dollari. , ' The Atbeniom. Mr. Meliltom'e Othello lut algbt waa a floe portraltnre of tbe nuble, yet jtaiooi Moor. Joule Maofailacd aa Ibe . gentle and trneilog, bat nnlorlanate Detdemo na, won general admlratloa. Tbe wily, deceit ful villain, Iago, was . finely plowed by Mr. Popt. - Indeed.AU tbeobaraoUri in that Umooi tragedy were well delineated. , The faroe of the Jeelooi Wife', after the tragedy deplollng a jealoni haiband, wu apprbprlate, and dissipated the sad Impressions left by' tbe litter, by ore atlag a large fond ef merriment, c '' To-night the fine drama of Love and Mad ness : the neat little oomedy ot Perfection, and the merry faroe of the Yooog Widow, will be presented. Those who desire to "drive dull care away" and oin enjoy genuine humor, should visit the Athenenm to night. .; ;.u Not Fish; But a Prr ST0ir,--Tbe Prov ildedoe Jturntl relates tbe following; :- ; " A drafted Irishman called npop poi of our lawyers, on Salarday, and deslrod to have pa pars prepared oUlaiiug esemptloa Iron mill eery service for tbe several reasons which he named: ' 1 . That he was thS only son of a widow, de pendent upon him for support. ' ' "' " . S. That bis father was in, sodh laflrm health aa to be unable to get bis own livings 3. That be bad two brothers already In lbs service, ell which" facts "Patrick desirsd then and there to verity by iffldavit. ., .. , , , We1 don' bolieve the dralted mao Vat an Itiibmao. Tbe Journal oiuet hive beeo mis taksn.i Ve'lt wager that hit name was not Pat rick bat Jonathan, ind that he was a "Loyal Leaguer." . ComsitD t List-That Herrick Allen's Gold Mtdal BaJeratos is tbe best article known for making nice light bread, blsoult, pics, pud dlogs, eto Uaielest Imltatoie are trying to palm eff to the publio their artiole, saying It Is Golf Medei,:oXe; good j therefore, all who would preserve their stomaobs and bsallb, look and fee that the namf of Tierrlck Alleo is on tbe wrapper, aod be not pat off with the spuri ous bscaues tbs merchant tells you that It is m good. 'Have nothtug' but the genuine Gold Medal.'1 Uyipeptlos cm uss It, ani) it will do hem good. Try It.' I wiii self at 'aiy' Auotloo Room, No. 134 South Fourth street, on Saturday morning, Septr- tHbrc tarfw-iot ofhonesr wigoai, bug. fjsevoto.i These desiring anything la that Una - ' State and Local News. VAN. R. GLAZIER, Auctioneer. Tbi boat advlee that ou be taken Is to mm poor natarsJ tep th and tern vow gums sound by osiog Qobsob'o paaivauBD Toptsj'Imtb. Call for it at Binder's, Marplo'i, Samuel's, Robert's, SMS-SI M .a vriisoB-s, Deoueiier-k,, Bnanp's, Dealg-p, Rldg wy's, J. Fowler's,' D. D. 8., or at Druggists, Dentists or Perfumers anywhere. Try It one and all AIU 0 TJ LIDN T 0. ELLSLER'S ATHENEm A. tfAOFABTjAlTO Uanastr. rr. iirvuigi,..). ... eitf nanatar. ;.; M,". ( ' ,,,,., - t k i' ; On Batwrday' ETemlmg't Bept. 5, 1863, The pirformiMe will eommenee with the popular drama OLOYE "AND MADNESS. Mlcluul Barl Mr. B. B. Maldram. C0ir...... Bjr the BBBQBB 8ISTBK8. To be followed fev the petit oomedy of iOtzozt. Oharlte Pantos sir. B. B. Maldram. Kate O'Brien.. .. ........Bmma Ouinman OVBBTUBB.... .By the OBOBBBTBA. To ooaclode with the langbable faroe of tbe YOUNG WIDOW. Splaih Hr.W. a. Pomet. Aarelia, the Toang Widow Jeiele Hacfarlud. P I OOHMOTION WITH IHB BOGTOrJJTwlUSEUrVI Porfonnanco going on Nignt and Day. Try BntraBos oa High Street, Buckeye Blook. sepO-U SPECIAL NOTICES. THK CONFESSIONS At EXPERIENCE IBTVAIilD. PablUbed for we be&ett, end u a waning and i , . - A OAOTIOB TO T0U59 KBN wbe enffet from Bttronl Debtllty, Prematare Daoay e Ifaohood, eta., nnphrtng at tbe eaae time, - THS UHASa OP 8BLP 0X7BB, Bp eae who has eared hhaoelf after beiog pot lo great upmn ana lujarj wronga niwuw nainonf ana quel By toclottag e poet-ptld eddresMd envelope, tingle MATBABIBIi WATPAIB, ttq i . df .KUiglOoanly, H. T anf87,s3-dAiwire HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!! Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye IB THB BB1T IN THB WOBLDI Tho only Harmless, True A Reliable Dye known. - This splendid HUr Dye Is perfeot ebangee Bed Baety or Any Hair, Instantly, lo a cTfeeey Mad or Natural Bretn, wllhoat Injuring the Hair or itala- Ing Ibe Skin, leaving the Hair Soft and Btantlfali Im parts fresh vitality, frequently restoring Its pristine oolor, and rtetlneo the III effeots of Bad Dyee. The genuine Is Signed WILLIAM A. BATOHBLOB, all others ate mere Imitation., and should be avoided. Bold by all Dragglsl, ete. - raetery no. St Barclay street, , NEW YOKB. Batehelor's New Toilet Ore am for Dreedng tbe Hair. JaaetiVS-dawlttpl RELIEF, IN TEN , M NUTESI '7, BRYAN'S : Polooiiic Wafers! Tea Orlitaal Medlelne eelabliibed la 1837. and Bret art! lie of tbe ktnd erer Introdnoed nnder tbe name of , "Pnlaonle Wafr," la Ibis orsny etfeereonntryi all ouer numonie waters are eonnnrmte. Toe genu ine eaa be knows by tbe aaae BBZBN being etamped on each Wafer. a ' Bavin's PousoMo Warns : ' Believe Oosghs, Oolds, Sors Throat, Hoarseness. BaTin'i Poufomo Watibs . Believe Asthma, Bronchitis, Dlfflonlt Breathing. Baras's Pouiomo Warss Beltere (pitting of Blood, Pains lu IbsOheil, BaiAs'e Potaoino Wime Believe Incipient Consumption, Lang Slaeaieo. '' ' ' '' t BatAii'sPDiiiou6JWnas t Believe Irritation ef the Uvula and Tonalll.. - 1 Bbvaui Ptusomo Warns ' " ' ' Believe tbe above Oomplalnpi In Ten Hlnnlee. X ' r Bsvaa's Poutomo Warns ' Are s Bleating to all Olaeses and Constitutions. Betui'i Pouimio Wafsss Are adapted ,mrTeealismanlPubleBpeakeri. ' ' Bstak's PoLMomb Watsm Are in a simple form sad pleasant to tbe tsets. i .iji..i..-v Betaii's PoimosioWafbss v; ..... Net only rsUsvs bat effect luting Ouree.' ' ' - u Bivas's Puuioino Watsm -. . , Are warranted te give eatieraetloa to every one. No famir SBtmldbewlthovtsbakof " BaTAK'e Ptiuioino fun to tbs hosss, . . Ne traveler sheald be without a supply of Bstas'i Pouiomo Warsss , ,'L ' . i.. ..'i '. lahiepooket. . No person will ever otyeet te give ror ; ' Betaii's Pouuioo WArsas , 'J . '.! Tweaty-Ptvs Cents. !.,. JOB MOSBB, Bole Proprietor, ft Oortlandl Street, N. I. . . I. B BAMUBL, 0. BOBBBTB, . . . 1 Agents, Colnmlms,Ohlo. July It, DSawty . Bmtob or BTATmiCAS ZVar Btri With your perak sloa X wlah te say to the readers ef your paper that will send by return malt to all who with It (free) s Beelps with tall directions for making and using a slapls Tege able Balm, that will effectually remove, la ten days PSBplee, Blotchee, Tan, freckles, sad exit Impurities ' the Bkla, leaving the sum sdft, char, smooth sod beau Hal.. .h !V, . r ".) .' ,.v. . r-;". I wUlelee atU frn be thoee having Bald Heads et Bars Psoas, simple elrseUess sad tafonaattoa that Will saabls them te tart a fall growth jf tunrUnt Balr, Wltaktrs, "of rtoMtaiihe, to Uus tbanlhlr AU sppaeatteaa saswesea t rttura mail without storgs. tjuf'. hi AfspsitluUf fears,. i ...,;) . F'.-.-r . IBOI. r. OSAPXAlf, ' . 'rjiv'.,.- Ohimlil, jusiB49iV ;3S tfe.a MtV, Frt IstaV jinwa.iiiXun.ri rewawni 'jn11'1 ml : 1: i j'.f'j iTr: r. m ! ..t ,,:!..-'. '., . .. A smile was ea her Hp-health wu la her look, etreagthwae Is btr atep, and In her bAn4i-rinla Hoa BHters. '"Ci 'i " 1 ' "1 ' S-T-1860-X. A few bottleeef PlanUtlon BtlUre ' WU sure Nerveot Bedue - r -. r i "( . 'J J'(rr Cold BxUemlUes sod fererieb Liyi. " ' Bour Itomaeh and Petld Breatb . ' ' Platuleney and Indlgeetioni ' ' . ' '.j " Nervous Affeotlons. t j j . Ixoasrlre f stlgue and Bhort Breath. J ;! , , ,, Pala over the Byes. , . , .' Mental Perpendeney. , . " , Prostration Oreat Weakneis. ' 1 ' ' Bellow Complexion, Weak Bowel. , eto. Which are the evidence of . UVBB COMPLAINT AND DISPBPBIA. . ,; It Is eatlmated that seven-tenthe of ill adult ailment. proeeed from a diseased and torpid liver. The biliary oeorotlono of tbe liver overflowing into the- stomach poison the entire sjelea and exblblt the above ejmp- Alter long reeesreh, we are able te present the moet remarkable euro for these horrid nightmare diseases the world has svsr produced.' Within one year over sis hundred and forty thousand persons hsvs takes tbe PlanUtlon Bitten, and not an Initanes of complaint has oome to our knowledge I It le a moet effectual tonic and agreeable etunnlant tulted to all condition, of life. ' The reports tint it relies upon mineral eubetancei for Its active propeitiee, are wholly false, for the public utUfactlon,and that patients may coninit their phyel dans, ws append s list of Its eomponente. Caluata Bask Celebrsled for over. two hundred yesn la the treatment of fever and Ague, Dyipep.la, Wtakneee, eto. It wu Introduced Into Barope by the Oounteu, wife of the Viceroy of Peru, la 1040, and af- tsrwsrde sold by ths Jesuits for the enormone price of ite own weight la Oliver, under tbe name of Jeaolt'e Powders, and wai Anally made pnblle by Louie XVI; King of franco. Humboldt makes eipecial reference to lte febrifuge qnalltiei daring hie Boutb American travel.. Caocasilla Bask for dlarihea,e9lle and dleea.e.of the etomach and bowels. Damsuos f or lofirametlon of the loin, and drop ileal affections. Oniuouru fLowoe for enfeebled dlgeatlon. Lavshbss f Lowns-Aromatlc, stimulant and tonic highly Invigorating la nervoue debility. WiSTnaam f or eerofala, rheumatlim, eto. Asm An aromatic earmlnatlve; creating 11 Mb, mm cle and milk; much uied by motheie nursing. Alto, clove bade, orange, earnwiy, coriander, make root, ete. g. T 1860-X. Another wonderfuf Ingredient, ot Bpanlih origin, Im parting beauty to tbe complexion end brilliancy to the mind, I. jet unknown to tbe commerce of the world, and we withhold Ite neme for the p reient. IMPORTANT OBBTIFI0ATB8. Bocbester, N. T., December S8, 1801. Meisre. P. H. Dsixa Co.: I have been s rr.it euuerer rrom aj.peptia ror utm or roar year, ana naa . - ,. a.. ,t a V. toaoudon as proreieion. Aeoni urea monthe ao I tried the PlanUtlon Bitten, end to my great Joy, I am now nearly a well men . i nave reeommendea them In eeveral ea.es, and, as rar as I know, always with signal benefit. I am, mpeetf ally, yoare, Bev. J. B. OATHOBlf. Philadelphia, lOtb Month, 17th day, 1869. BssrsvrsD Psmmi Mv danehterbai been much ben- eflMed by the uee of thy PlanUtlon Bitten. Thou wilt eend me two bottles more. - Tby friend, ASA OCRBIN. Sherman House, Chicago, III., Feb. 11, 1853. Ueurs. P. H. Dsass k. Co.: Pleese send us another twelve easee of your PlanUtloa Bitter.. Ae a morning appetlter, tbey appear to Have superseded everything eise, ana are greauyesi Ise, and are greatly esteemed. sours, etc.! SAQB k WAITB. Arrangements are now completed lo enpply any de mand for this artiole, whloh from lack of government stamps hu not heretofore been poielblo. Ths publio nay rest suured that In no eess will ths perfectly purs standard ot Ihs Plantation Bitters be departed from. Bvery bottle bears ths fao simile of our signature on a steel pltte engraving, or It eannot be genuine Bold by all Druggist!, Grocer, end Dealere through out the country. P. H. DRAKE ft CO., - 309 Broadway, N. Y. JunelS-dw3meod SPECIAL NOTICES. HEIMSTREET'S Inimitable Hair Restorative. IT IS NOT A DYE, ' , But restores gray hair to Ito original color, by supplying the oapiury tubes with natural sustenance, Impaired by age or discern. AU inilantaiuoui dyt are com posed of Iwtar eouttto, destroying the viUlity and beau ty ot the hair, and afford of themselves no dressing. Heimstreet's Inimitable Coloring not only restore. hair to Its natural oolor by su esiy process, but glvee the hairs ' .-. LUXURIANT BEAUTY, promotes Its growth, prevents Ite falling eff, eradloites dandruff, and Imparts health and pleasantness to the heed. It hu stood ths tut of time, being the original Hair Coloring, and Is constantly Increasing In favor, Used by both gentlemen and ladles. It Is sold by all respectable dealers, or can be procured by them ef the eommerolal agents, B. 8. Barnes dc Co., 303 Broadway, New York. Twoebws,50cenUandl. JulytS-dAwoueod .; . Wvnkoop's Iceland Pectoral. Diseases ot the Throat, Chut and Pulmonary organs are svsr prevalent, insidious and dangerous. The prop ertles of a medicine to sllevlats, ours and uproot these eoapmints, most be Bzpsetorant, Anodyne and Invigos sting, loosening ths mucds ef Ihs throat, and Impart' Ing tons to the entire system, . No discovery In medical soles ee ever mastered this stem of dlsesses like Sr Wynkoop's Ice bud Pectoral. It le used with the moet utonlehlng results In all cues of Bronchitis, Inflsenu, Whooping Ooaghi Dlptherla or Putrid Bors Throat, Asthma, Croup, Coughs, Colds, Nervoue Irritability, StOai i" it ,' . The Bevs J J. Potter certifies, "that I have used Br. Wynkoop's Pectoral for Several years, ayeelf and la my family) for ssvere Pulmonary Complaints, and bays reeommended It to several others, snd have never seen its equsl." Bev. J. J. Potto, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Hundred s snd thousands of Important testimonials could be produced, showing Its remarkable cures and that a (MoeroCe , It Is eompoeed ot purs Iceland Moss, Bala of fllleed, Peruvian Balsam, Blecsmpaas, Oonfrey, Burdock, aid ether Invaluable expectorant and tonlo ingredients. It Is harmless, prompt and luting. Invalids snd sufferers eannot afford to neglect a trial. Bvery family should have it. It Is rsmsrkabls for Croup, full d esc rip Hens, recommendations and directions sooos party each bottle. old by sit principal Druggists. ; - Prepared by Dr. B. D. Wynkoop, and told by D , B. Barnes a Co., New York. Jnrylt-dfcwBa Hagan's Magnolia Balm. This Is ths meet delightful and sxtrsordiasry artiole ever discovered." It ohahges tbs lUa burnt face and hands to a pearly nttn texture of rsvishlng beauty, Im putug ths aurbls purity of youth, and ths dtrtfnpwe appeeonoe se lnrltiog in ths city belle of fuhlon. It removes tap, freckles, pteplss and jrveghaem from the ssln,' Issviaf ths eomplezion fresh, transparent end smooth. It contains to mate rial injurious to ths skin, lttrwiiesubf Actresses ssd Opera Bingen. It U what sverp kdyebesldhsTS. told everywhere. i VERM S. BARNES CO., ttfi - a.a.ajigeau, . , ,tl: ' 0t f Wa)Ti W . T. JujylMdrwsss , '- a TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN THE VERY LATEST NEWS. Up to 2 O'clock this Morning. Morning and Noon Dispatches. FROM THE RAPPAHANNOCK. Kilpatrick Destroys the Satelite and Reliance-Lee Meditating another Raid-Exaggerated Reports. NtW Ton Bant. 4.-3110 Prlhnsa baa tha followlur from headquarters Army ef the Potjeue Bent. Id: In lormauon Having seen received tnai a naval expedition wu to be eent up the BaDpahaonook to retake tbe fud boatt lutellte and Bellance, 6en. Kllpetrlok waa d&eot ed to move down with bis cavalry division and eo-eper ate in each manner ae oiroumsUooee might require. In aoooraanoe wiin tnese insuneuone, sviipatncK movaa yeeieraay morning to u. vicinity or oorbin'e Jleca, where tbe oaotured ssnboaU were Ivlne. eauslne' rebel oavalry In (l-e neighborhood to pieolplUUly ford tbe river, rin.iug no gunnoaie appeana to engage tne al liance nuu omeme, ne oraem me oaiunea oi Jtiaer ana fuller to open upon them. Tbe boete were moored to tbe ebore opposite Ooibln'e Meet, and having no steam up they were unable to eecape. Ibey were thoroughly riddled and disabled, and eaa nevor3o!agala need by the enemy. The enemy played upon ear to roe for a abort time with a few field pieces, without damage, but wen epeedliy quieted. . These boats were merely tuge, altered for navy boil neu. Scouting parllee ef Infantry and cavalry combined are In tbe frequent habit ol leaving General Corcoran', commend. Testerday they obaecd a email body of guer rilla,, and finding a bouse concealing cspturtd sut lers' swree, set 11 on nre. Seserton now coming In report Lee's army Is generally dlecusting another raid across the Potomao. There must have been oertaln Indicatlone or expressions dropped by those high In eomnund, to warrant the aisumptloo. The reported demoralisation of Lee's army Is much -aggerated. It 1. again in excellent fighting ootdltlon. besertione are far le.e numerons than stated, both to the mounuios and to our lines. A headquarters dispatch to the Tlmee sits: Guerrilla operations in our rear continue. Ibe last depredations are reported horn the vicinity of Hartwood Cbarcb, 8tflord Store and Dumfries. A mall party of eight wu attacked on tbe road between Wernnton Junction and Hartwood one di y lest week, and four ol them, Includ ing the mall, captured. A member of Oen. Ktlpatrtek's body guard wu killed a couple ef days ago by gueirillae, when the whole bdj guard obUlned permUsion to hunt guarrlllu. They have been gene three due. and their success may be estimated by the number of guerrilla carcasses suipenaea IS ecsre-erowe rrom tell tieee OS uietr line oi marcs. From Charleston. New York, iept. d. The steamer City of the Boutb, rrom vnaricsion car, arrived to-day; also the eteamer Union. On the 31st (MoDdsy) the Ironeldee moved toward Bujttvsn's island aoreut or Sort Moultrie, and opened ore ine rori repuea, auietea ey ue saitenee en Sul livan's Island, forts Wagner and Oreir. Gilmore'e bat tery kept firing on Wa,ner. Bumter wu silent, though Hie rebel flu waved over the ruins. The result ot the attack wu unknown wben the eteamer lelt. Paisengen aooara uie union report wet nsiner wu suencea end that the monitors bed passed by fort Moultrie without ninarance rrom wagoer. An ensign on oar fleet, while on night duty, had went op to the city wl:hout findlne the aDnuranca of obstrao- tlons. The Impreieion prevailed that our flt could pus up k vnarieston ey a aua. f okTSEti Mossos, Bept. 1. The special correspond enoe of tbe Baltimore American says I Ths eteamer Bpauiuing arnvea rrom on aorrls island Monday noon. stormy weainerror two days checked naval operations. Bvery thing wu in readiness to oontinue tbe attack u soon u t&e weatner became favorable. When tbe Bpeul ding left the Weehaukeu waa shelling Gregg. Tbe reb el, raleed another gun on the rains or Bumter Saturday, but on Sunday Gilmore'e batteries dismounted IL dam aging the front of the paiapat. uperanone ty uiimore were progreealng vigorously. Hie approaches are eo olote to Wanier that tha eombatanla throw shells and grentdea at each other. On Wednesday we drove the rebels from the rifle pits on ine iou,ouruTtioe cap luring seventi eigni prisoners. Dahlgren is confident of suocees. i . Exchange of Prisoners-Smuggling. eneclal from Washlniton save: The etatement that Oommlsslonar Ould hu terminated negotlatlone for the exchange of prisoners By posture aeoieranon mat wane omcers or eolond regiments will not be released or exchanged, Is premature. Negotlatlone are eUll In progreu, and so definite result bu yet been reached. In the meantime no exchange of enilited men hu taken place, bat both parties oontinue to release on parole email numbers ef tnts oiase or prisoners. -Notwithstanding the vigilance of the Potomao flotilla. smuggling is ami oarriea on io a ooneiaeruDie exteot. A flat boat has been ensued for some time In transport ing contraband goods serosa the river at Deep Bole rum, brtwMa Ooooqaan aod Dumfries, from which point we nioiee are nasuiy removou inw ue mien or and euld at mom rniMui nih At XBftM, the tens ing piece, common sell Is sold for twelve dollare per Brunei. Excitement in Dayton-From Rosecrans's Army. - OmoinrUTi, Bept. 4. Quite an exoltement was orea ted In Dayton lut night over the arrest by the military authorities of two men, Haber end Specimen, for the murder of Lieutenant Waterman.- The civil authorities demanded themfor trial upon write )f habeu corpus, bat the Provost Marshal, nnder Instructions from General vox, rorusea io snrrenoer tnem. ine militia bu been oalled Into requisition to take them by force. The Commercial's speoUl from Boeeerane'e army rep resents all qulst. forty or fifty deserters oome In dally since tbe army created the river. Tbe bridge at Bridge port ie repaired, and train, are eroMlog. Tbe country south of too river te very rough end the roads bad, Beconnoissances are sent oat dally to near Lookout mountain, xoa rebel faroe still occupies a strong poil tion. Deierters think ws will lave no flgut at Qbit-tanocga. The Two Dollar Premium-What Lee is Waiting For. New Yoax, Bept. 4. The Tribune's dispatch isys: It is ordered that the premium of two dollars paid for accepted recruits for the regular army and volunteen, ehali alio be paid for accepted colored recruits. The recruit himself a entitled to this premium If he presents himself to the recruiting offloer. Tbe Timee dispatch uyi: A disllnsnlshsd offloer In the Army of the Potomao hu eent In word that Lee bu not given Ihs ollghtect evidence of s purpose to move nis lores, us ue omer nana ne is waiting for the re salt of operations of Boeeorane, Gllmore and Burselde. The opinion prevalle among tbe moet Intelligent of our ow cere i ueauquariorB mat u tuesaoperaiioaB are no eessfut, Lee will propose terms of surrender snd en deavor to bring tbe wu to a olose. Last Night's Dispatches. Last Night's Dispatches. Latest from Charleston-The Siege Progressing. New York, Brpt. 4. Ths steamship f altos, from Port Boyel let, left Oharleeton bar at firs p. M. tbe esme day, arrived si seven o'eleek tha evening. The elege still continued. Gllmore bad succeeded la run nlng a parallel against fort Wagner. The lros-elada had been withdraws from the attack oa Moultrie aad ibe batteries on. siorris island. Charleston bad not been bombarded for some daje. Everything was progressing lavoranry ur uiuvh txifvye. . ivi-.' , Progressing. Burnside Takes Kingston, Tenn.- East Tennessee Cleared. BsinaircRT, lu., BepU i. Gen. Bnrnside tele, staphs that he took Kingston on the Id Inst. Part ef Mlntv's brigade from this army went Into Kinaaton ,! muluneouely with Burnsldo's army. Barnslde ssld he met with but II ttls serious opposition. All or sin xennessee except tne unattanooge region hu been evacuated and le now free. Bvery thing le working splendidly In both Bnrnslde'e and this army. The great onetacies in toe region oi Lookout mountain will beeuimojmtedinaday or two. , From Dayton. OutcmHiTt, Sept. d. The Oorumsrolal's Dayton dis patch eaye this morning Specimen wu calendered te the elvll authorities by order of Gen. Cox. He Is In Ibe Sheriff's cuetodr. ewaltlns disposition of the habus onr. pus by Judge Baynu. The Provoel Marshal will not ruist, ana vpeeiman win o examined nerere tne Mayer on charge of shooting with Intent to kill Lieut. Water man, ii uber wu released. , b . . A4vui, eop. . ah, AiuDiican e npail aie patchof the 1st eaye New Orleans dates to the 88th ult. are reoelved.'The expedition ef Mississippi river steam boats for some point In tbe Gulf wis nearly ready, sad would sUrt In a few days. .... , ... . wen. urane wu ra MTS ten v Kuourg rar new grieani onthsSlste ' .--, TSOT.TT. Y., Sept. 4. The dnft for this dt buan this morning -.and terminated this evening. Ibe pre ceedlnrs Were orderly, but mat Inloreit wu felt. The omoe oi ue rrovoei saannai wu crowded turougbont ine aay. vniy a email military force wu on hand, though two regiments are In the city. Aaong thoee drafted were eight from tho Timee office, Including local editor and book-keeper Hubbell, editor of the Press, snd one printer from the Whig. Several oity eHoen snd numerous prominent citizens drew prlsesv J. H. Bugg of the telegraph ol&os was sleo drawn, The best of nu prevail, ; , , ,. , f Y.A ttiflrwn 'we OJa A L IBI. Auula etmuuMi AKaOOJ sTskB.. af lAsasehip HV'ta 1.""AT ITUy uwsrsn vgtj it vasa jsasjam- Uciw Infauitrj wort ibo a UaofordfTtlto ftt nooo, uUI iwo oi -no Seid won rMpitoa iinui (loiooer. PURE WINES. ;'.-,.,.- rUM BRANDII3; T, t'V 1 "-swot r . p'fi 4 . . r- i ; i ,. , ',Veisdsie'fTOem WM. H. MBTlJIiW.'n f1 iJaMSHMENT. ,iJM Ei4t-H0 ij S E !P,r08lr atl BTAT1CAPVJPL, slJf. -, " aj Aitutf vwLDt, Proprietor. uWudstoiJu a tlM wlttl " SPRING ;& SUU11ER GOODS! ZTXJJZ?' !.- "ingm, Mr-ore.off.rJ ai in thi. .r 1 . TV-' u"orOT plow none but tbe beat Outten and Workmen, and oraern win ne eneeaiw ailed, m Warraaiea t ris aad bo Welt BlaaeJ ! JIILITARY QEKTI PUrv 1 Will UnA ft, ftliU . ... ! . rr Hwiii su ue aeeeeeariea re. qalred for aoomplateomtn.,, and ay fadliiiudprloee m - vvuireuMini in uslfl HD. READY MADE CIOTHINO in . , GENTS) rURrliaillrSn iinni' Will h rVinful In mm! k l .1. . . . . . . " u. aH. IWTU1B Ul UTra., MOCK of thif kind rr brovchl lo ttiii tltj, oU ol whic4 1 in- Wflt Ohm neiKlla Ia It- - A i a.... . ' " T a- " -" mtaasw arvsvsej iirrjUedlUj)g . HEJUEKIBE HI Building, and le ens of the finest Store Booms In the country a visit to it will repay any one for tbe trouble. deelO-dSa 1 MABODB 0HILD8. UNITED STATES HOTEL, jueacn street, Boston. (Dlrsotly opposite tbe Boston and Worcester Railroad avt7fvt. THE Wfe DEHHIONED, WHW HAS been connected with the Americas Boom, in thi. city, for over nine jean, bu leaaed this well-knows and popular hotel for a term of yean, and pledgee himself m him rVMy7atnA Ih. miXU. . v. i .. . " . - i . tf w ub uw viiho,, wont to sustain the reputation of the UMITBD STATUS HO- finding, at this bouse, all tbe appliances aod comforts rnee, unsrewiore,TwoSol1anperday. ' , f BABK M. PBATT. sugld-dtfflls Wanted. $75, A HnVTHI-1 .- i. vu. a " " ...i, wmii, m ,i a DvuiilfMHnpi m n sell my new cheap family Sewing Machines. . Addrem B. MADISON, Alfred, Me. . niayrvdsrwlf .MM .AHn ., mTX . . V. . , . . 4tA A fflO-JTHI-We want gents at 6a a y UV "o-t". vpensu paid, to eeH our AVerMsa PmeVt, Orimtat Bvnuwt, .nd 13 other new, usefoj and eurious article. 15 circulars, Vw. maB-ddiwif) MHSW fc OLARK. Blddeford, Me. For Sale at a Bargain. ATAVBRJI AND STOBB BTANDi Aleo." sixteen TSOUII Lets IB the lOWn of Llthannlla. flhln km. longing to tbe City Bank ef Co lambue This property will be sold eta bargain and oa favora ble terms of payment. Apply to JAHBB ANDREW, Bsq., i , o. ' ' Llthopolls, 0 , ' - Or. W. A. PUTT, Columbus, 0 ... .. mm w iuu. um ueir - we" men folks" can earn $i to $i0 per week wltb.ene of Aiken'. Oalehrmleil Knluln. Mull.. I, -in ... oost In thirty days. Price, complete, ISO. Weight 43 IMlntula. VMlffht fn,M an mm. L.l cn Bend for sir oyise eoa eampiae. loena etemp.; xiutiivi sc ussareeu-j, ... General Agents, eprllSltS-dly ISO Lake street, Obicaro. Ill Vf.l. II. RESTIEAUX, BD00I88OB TO MoBIB A BBSTIBAOY) No. 106. Bouth High Street, OoIXJMT3Tjri, - - ' DBAXBB IN ' . CR0CERIE8. PRODUCE PROVISIONS' . A V I liJi' 1 I - ' foreign and Domestic Fruits, LOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, RTG. STORACE eV. COMMISSION Jl . . , ',. : Colnmbas Wholciale Liqnor Store LACELLE ROSS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS IVPOBTEBI AND DBALBBB IN Foraign and Domestic Winei, Brandies, .. .. j ' ' StO.i B'tO,' AUO, OLD RYE, MONONQAHELA & BOURBON XTTTTPIXTZ", , l WABBHOCSB AND OPPIOR 824 SOUTH H1QH ST. OolirialDvis.O- Nov. 19. 18S2 dly ' ' 1 Brnl O A. IIILLBXI)! Attorney at Lawi . . t. r,i.i ' n-0nO-rv r,! .,,.t, , 1 Bank BnHtiiiurp Wdst: Entrancei Worth west eoreer Third auicf Main Streets, ' j CINCINNATf, 0. Dm. tl 'S3-If f. sisoHaa.' i,.... t.j ivt .'g; BINGHAM & 'M'GUi'FEy, Attorneys at Xjtxv C0LUMBU8, OHIO. 8 t . .. OPPIOB-In Beadier. BicbardS fc fl tnni.. 930 Boutb High atreit. i ,t, Jeul7-dly DR. ROBERT THOMPSONT ;- Surgeon' '& ' Pliysioian.V?. OPPIOB EIOB STBBBr, NOftTH OP BBOAD (No. 10.) Reaideooo No. 45, Sooth west "Coreef of Front T7 DB. T..-AS WHBa(1nw nwira' tt DOiAflBSOf TBBBIB. - ' .w Oo1umbai,Hay , IWS-ddewtf ' , , EIOE'S GREATSHOW. Boaton nuGciim. Eatranoeaa Blab St.. Baokeve Black, rr"e mmm jraavasuss; a awaasa. " - 0P1N At p. A. M...........OLOBBS A tP' M. s.i i J Tj tr SiLJ ' -'4 i'4 C. KICK, Preyir, augustsvuf cftnavsml tiQi XXJ to iJAiunjED twn, Or Vttaaek Caaaetap laUaar' BBai-naare" rauaderslewUlgiTlnfetaaSV lerssShu and tweusrisal snMeea, wMca will kevstw sd aore tbsa a thousand Uaseitaeoet by ee married pcosyle ef any age or eeroUaoa la Btev- Tbe taSanssUos wlU es eent by stall to ny tatters a Ihs reeelnt ef , ( eeata(sflersndeeerdstasip. ...,i, All lettsss saeakl ss sAttsaaslfax .n B.B. MDBBTSV IB. . -' eetu-iyisswaenr Buses, From Dayton. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. NewMarket- 4. MrtSSrf!" nelM MltlSs adrasae lmTiiVV "g lo pay tbe earwoT for .Obloaire eprine: Oarssi 07 1 IK Si for winter reVur. ! coarr Ommmmm trrT1'. . "r 7ee, ud 78e from etersT - "T,? OATaVMIsf Men uAh A . . .. .' forwe.tern. " " "laMI' attOJMSe swDr,;.lwlthontckM- t all 'i'. "?l V uohdrtng, sri ". ri.TT.''" -io so for new m. ATu ..-'r?.. JU0U Me new option, at 01140. w"ol, mUtt' duii and nominal. .aH--.BH.. ftST.814" wsetern abort clear TVdMe Cincinnati Market-Sept. 3. oonllna-of. Kited Z$itV!?t wuienr good desund, and nrisu la hi.K.. Sales of 000 brie at efteMaxo. tbe MeTrato r 1.7 PRnvrHrnmei .' . . faie ror wagon. Old-miu-pors: cto Z?l?'t I:"'! Z.imZr.jxjtoA Vteu:- bear, do. anrulne 3fl .iik. .. iV V'"'SI bac. Lard in demand, drl.eTO aMOBBIBe-Sngar Xo blgker for prime to ebolee New Orleans, which sow sells at 13(l3vT fluta II ),ftil2Ho. Ooffu firm. 273lta VoliiS.,M.?"? , - --- wp su gjjej nppiy; pat QmaHUamf has. I ft aw npiria Btrairlnll .aI Jisa i. W"issj Day- :i.-i;.. ;KT-rr:..w -'s.aeoTe the ohYhite.' (ouo Men red at ine; ISO do u SSei toe de Brisuais , at98o; Wdoprlmenewrt8oellTead. . " tnrntm . . . . . .-.T ".".5T.Df; "a the offer. . - -r. r--w mu.mhww m, viwu. m Bulk Ul ? Z i .u . ""' nporus oaa ege to the crop by the frost a the eanw ol tbe hsnrond rl.m.rrl . fhi mIm i.mriMl mm. tun .,.f. . . . railway etaUoni,60o. ear, s. upper OATS-Tbe demand le on 1, moderate, but ths offerings are light, and holders are very Bra at fall rates. We quote them, 350o In balk end Ineladieg sacks. BYB-Tbe demand la leu aeilre, aod eneral lots were offered at lower Sru res. lOOObasbeoldatSOo la bulk . . vuwua" y""! esuia naTe bees nude at 77B78o In eacka, buyere furnishing sacks. BAT The demand for prime old In tlght-preeeed belu continue, fair at 09 00 on arrlral. Hew In tisht-Breaed Mmiumm.Iiw nn t Mu . I ".JTI; 910 00 for new and old. : unaaos iue maran rules nrm with a drmsnd fully op to the supply. We quote wleoted Western Bourn 10c and Hamburg lOKo. , BDTTBB The eupply I. only moderate, and with a fair demand tbe market rules Arm at l&aiiOcfor tbe but gredu- s , - . Qattu. Cincinnati Market-Sept. 3. Cleveland Market-Sept. 3. uyun oaivB w. ie sea wocsc oouoie Hire at IS 13X; SO do at BJ SS, and SV0 de oily grouad at 5 50 ; 00 brl. superfine at 5 JO. . WHBST-Salu 0 oare red oa track at 01 03; SOOO bush afloat at $1 04, 4200 bush fru ou board at eaae; and 1 car oholoe white at 01 SO. CORN Higher. Seles I cars from store at Ok, and 8 ear. prime yellow St 6So en track. A. Mill T, I L O - I ft ft . . . iaitd . i bi . t i A . . VJM.O nixur, omoi uere on sraca aitvci BIOHWUf BB Higher. 8alw 13 brie at 47o.' , 8BBD Balee ISO bush timolh at as 75 .ml . lot of flax st 01 SO. mtvAAmm vuiMHni siui ,uiet BI I JtftUSC IOT UeBCrSI and ISSiao for Western Beurre. suuDDeieeae vyvmivo LARD Se lee 400 Be country rendered el Wo. APPT.SU fi.lu A K.l. I . . i nr . -V" .fk"" at Wl UV 3V per bush for choice fruit. neian OB .nii.u a.i .... . . ..... rr . w D1"' '""se pee ii a ai uee. for fine and fa KSforooarse. -. ; , , uiii naiee cbtbob u dm. POTATOES Salee at 70o. RB0UIPT8 OO.AOO hmh .k tnn k-.i. , 1900 bush oats, . ' Ltadcr. Cincinnati Market-Sept. 3. Cleveland Market-Sept. 3. New York Money Market-Sept. 4. afnmiw Atttt ifrinfml .t AjA7 m mm . - , i - - vmm.., MVMI1J 11 knelnen M the tattes rate. ...... . aterllng exchange irregular ud unsettled; Bret clui bills opened at laXSldSAT, closing doll at ItSkAleS. fl.ll MV. ll M.n I... mimlH. .. 1A "A I n. . , dNlmtegtaSOM.andeloeingbeayyuSlX. Oorernment stocks dull. U. g. e'a "81 eoanane lOOOB 1 - - - " wwmm m iu, iiwuin voara ciosas slightly eteedler; V. 8. ViVl coupons 106; one year oenuioaree,now,vvx; Tennessee O'e 64X1 Missouri S o MOTHERS ! MOTHERS MOTHERS! "TVON't fall to procure MSB. WlNSLOW'si BOOTH - INO 8TBDP for OHILDBBN TBBTHIria. This valuable preparation Is tbs preecrlpUea ot one of the but f eaa lis physicians and nurses in the United States, snd bu been used for thirty years with never falling safety and sueoeu by alUlen. of mothers snd ehlldren, rroa the feeble Infant es one week old le the adult. . 1 ui It not only relieves the child from pain, but lavlgor sles the etoaach aad bowels, corrects acidity, and gives Ions sad energy to ths wools systau., It will almost Instantly relieve . " - thtflM ta na Bowns, an Wm Oouo. Ws bellevs It the But and Surest Bentdy la tbe World, In all easee of DTSBNTBBT sad DIABBHdA IN OHIDDBBN, whether It arlsss from Tulhlng or from any other cauu. 1 Pull direotleus for using will aooompany each bottle. None OenulM unleu the fas stalls otOTJBTIS PBBEvtNB, New York, la ea tbe outside wrapper. " ' Bold by all Medicine Dwlers. Principal offloe, 48 Day street. KBW YOBA,,,; Paioa Osmv ts Cnrrs ram Borrui. ' BejM'S4adAwls 7' " ' oUO.OO REWaIRI). 1 STRAYED. ORSTOLEIi. "f?BOBt tbe farm ef (he subscriber sppoelle Oaap A1 Oh.se, next farm to the Pour Mile Home, an ih. wm of August, iW3, 1. . j .. . , One Horeo and One Mare, The tlAM. t. . Kvlali, mmm .Ilk . -i l . . --- ----- "".-' mm, w.m. . .m.n amz vu um lore head, eight years eld, snd about six tees hasde hiah, end hasl all ffmaut attAaei aea at lk ai a.- . . ' v aaewu esa svess auvse vaa ea auwy W1USJ iiob WBMJ eBlsaNtla ThaTt tVlsirai im at lai4r Kpe-tewaa aarltK s. a. Im. f. alfyht Vfl-ri Aid. tTkhAtlft flftamaea aiat sa B..l ta.-j. a.iu '-a --o - aws.e wessia aa assesaa eeas.Asl lURsla BJIJIB at the time barefooted. Obewu a little eway backed. fTKai atuteve. mM mmttt a. ... 1 . At .a - I . Po raw we reoorery 01 both korses, or 90 00 for either ot thea. Leave word with I OratL.LInnem.--. A- fl fl.-,ii.' rT-V!v. Ohio: : "r-r" v upt. 3-3td8tw, H'COLH, MILES S FDOAALDS, C6TJ00B8BOB8 TO SBO. WM. MoDOBAXD) : GUI. 0 033X1 0 9 (T Ho. 184 Bouth High Btraat. Proprietor! of tie Colambu Powdex HBgXUlB, lh-tl AeBNTB BOB 8 ALB .OP THB MBDBBBTWHITB WHEAT PLODB. s -h " 1 Agenta tor tbe sale ef Sardner, fattrps ItOo.l Becar" 1 lured Hams. u f ii r. DBALBBB IN , UY. nTiliV CHOICE FAMILY CrROfTniTPa j Of maoeeor1pUoa,IaiHtedendDoawtie. tine Wines, Cordials, Idqners. Betus, Oltve Ota, Bar dines, eto. All goods delttered free ef eharce. McOOLN, BULBS 4a MCDONALDS, saaylSrdly., ;.im .. - lo. 14 Boats High St. 0.1 MeeeMaekenl. Pickled BsIaoB. auoked Bal- 1A aon. Smoked EalDmi. fiaralnr. Smmv." Oraa- berrles, 'DajtenOraokera," Bap Bago, Bngliss Barry, Butmeff.Pine Amis. And W. a. Obeeui Sureet'e fla voring Bimetal earned Breea Oora, Qreea Pass, Piss apple,Sss. forsalee; w . . ,,,, acVVla, mill ea sscuuniiUB, aylS-ely ' . Mo. IM SosUi bigb st,