Burlington Daily Hawk Eye, September 2, 1862

Burlington Daily Hawk Eye

September 02, 1862

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Burlington Daily Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - September 2, 1862, Burlington, Iowa ii // ATI;! IT T ►wk*# THI DAUT HAWK KYE m*r« •V C. DI NHAM.urea ow cash int BM111 Im* iM* a D ▼ t IT IBI H •: Mr m mm A* Weakly alto, I Bt tit B Bt t BB Btl T it it it •tart** BURLINGTON DAILY HAWK-EYfl AM IIDIFIIDBIT BW UBL IO AV BO USV A L. BY C. DIJNHAM. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1862 ELEVENTH YEAH Bm A RAILROADS. CINCINNATI * CHICAGO AIR f*R AI LROAD. ■Hn i—ii»g»a«i K ATTOBNEY& ti. ROBERTSON, a rip em t bt law ako KCTABT PUBLIC, MMP M GILI* VI OM, iv WM I "KACY * HILLHOUSE, Vt. W. Iif m *•< I. Tracy.) A TTO AVB TB AKO OOUNBELLOEta AT LAW AKO BOL1CITOBA IN BIUMGKBT, ECB! lSUTcS, IOWA. (HBw tor Md? orauptod by T. W. Hrinua la Bt story toy A Parara*» Bloat, eppoWte Ito Borrel ii mom . __a*Vl* 4tf    ____________ Y WAINWRIGHT, A TTO BK KT AT LAW AKB KOTABT PUBLIC. LEOS, bt CA TUM VO., IO WA, WB!  ae Oeflertlea of CIA’rn., Payment af Tun, la roaUffaiiea afTH/ra, mad Coavryaaatag. ^EO. Ii. LANK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, t bUoetmy Ar**—Memnemer •/ Meal JTalala 7ilia* KOTABT public, Often X W. ouraoi <4 TAU 4 oat WitolagHa Blraaia OiaMli UM Pool OIn, BCRLlAOTuS, IOWA I have pm sheet J PaaMVroa'a. Baesnria aad Broo* • fteaBpar* a heir tot* eat lo dose* 4 TLa to AU j aaa alii. oaten ia aaa Mouse oorvrv. Tbeoe corncribs /LL feat tem note oat Indexes that tref* mr ooai- ] ptted to tale Oouata Paiaoaa desiring to perohara toads ar laaa sooey aa Real Estate, ar aaeara claims, nay tnt It SIMO ad restage ta aoli ease    Janl?-dtl. (JKG. F. DARWIN, A TTO AKB T AT LAW AKO KOTABT PUBLIC, (WH* 0. B. Oar alb, arar Poet 0 Aaa,) Carver af Waafeaftoa and fhtrd BtreeU Jjuc^A dt* /j MARBLE, ATTORN1T AT LAW, /tutees a/ Ar Aaa* rate Aviary Pubiie, BCR Ll SO TOM, IOWA. Or ti aa- la Oepp A Parse*’• Bleak. laAoraoa Areal, ap-m*u tho Barm Howe. •levtag u Abstract A UM THI* la all UM Load* aet Tews Lola la Of Motaeo Oouaty, la prepared lo fin apodal atma ties ta Cm naslaaUoa af tiara ast Conveys* -a«o.      (april    l*41j y ALL, HARRINGTON A HALL, arrOBKKTt AHO OOUN8KLLOBB AT LAW, And Solicitors in Chancary, Bl ALISO TOA. IOWA. OAao, Ka. «. Copy A Paroua1* aaa balding, Jefferson Btreet, appaaHa Barrel Hornet. A aou..    o.    a.    BAaaivaeoa.    a.    I.    ball, lea*.    _    ___ _______ £ HARLES BEN DARWIN, A TTO BKK T AT LAW, QAo*, ap ■tall*, la KrataM—m'r Baa building. arar UM Pus omm    i*B    » lav TELEOUAPII StmUuy Dk*». A Great Battle in Virginia! WaiBiKGTov, Avg. SO.—-Th* following hat juat bnn recta rad • lfiaIk/Cartie*, Field or Battle, I G bot grow, OKO* Gaimtills, Aor SO. ( To Major-General Ho Heck : Wa fought a terriffic battle here retterdav with th# combined force* wf the eoeniT, which leafed, with continuous firing, from daylight uu-til after dark, br which time th# enemy wa* driven from tis field, which we now occupy.— [ Oar troop* are too much exhawlcd to puah matter* but I aha1 I do bo in the cooree of the morning, aa Boon bo Fit* John ('otter'* command cows** tip from lf anaaae* The coe mr la still in oar front, but badly need ap. We hare I oat not lea* than 8,000 men in killed and wounded, and from the appearance of the field the enemy ba* I oat at least two to our one. He atood strictly on the defensive, aod ever? Besuit w*« made bv our*elve«. Our troopB bere behaved eplendidly. The baul* wa* fought on the identical battlefield o( Bull Ran, which greatly increased the enthusiasm of our men. The new* mat reacher me from the front that the enemy i* retreating towards the mountain. I go forward at once to ane. > We hare made great capture* I am not jet able to form bd idea of their extent. feigned)    JOHN    POPE, Major General Commanding. Further Near* of th* Gres! Battle- ll Cob -Untied Vaiurtfay. WaaBiKOTwx, Angust Bo.—-Information bas reached Washington (rom private source*, that (ten. Pope came up with and attacked the enemy shortly alter 8 o'clock ibis morning. Gen. Fit? JeLn Porter had probably inifd on the field by that time from Manassas, only seven mile*. The cannonading was distinctly beard in Washington. Tilers were trains regularly run ibis a rn. from the town el Warrenton to Briaura station, it ie already clear that the on ly damage remaining to be repaired to the railroad ie to build tile Bull Ban and Rappahannock bridge#. The former should be completed tonight, and the latter may be in four or five dave. The news from the Birny baa created the I realest excitement throughout this city. Orem were issued bv the Heads i OMI War Canette. WAB Dmr August SO Gen. Burnside commands hi* own corp* ex* copt those temporarily detached and assigned to Gen. Pope. Gen. McClellan commands that portion of the army of the Potomac that baa not been mat forward to Gen. Pope's commaad. Gen Pope commands the army of Virginia, and all the forces temporarily attached to it— The force* are under command of Gen. Ballock, Commacder-in Chief. Vt HP rn DENTISTS VXTKACTINtit Eta ort pant. TKKTII WITH TIMM* ta Deed of Dental Mr views will SUH tad as al th* Id stand os Jriferanc Btreet, over Harper's Mio* More— Where w* ars prearm) to do all kinds of wort la our Use. f «m<1 ob Mott aad BU vs* Plat* sal aa Oheepisvio Pre. asea The natural vert* Ated to preset re their beauty aud keel Cheat Tram further decay. Vera dove low to SWH hard Awm, aad Warranted. Jell a. ta**—ewer.    h. bailkt d. d. a MILLINERY. jy| ILLINKKY. HIBB GARDY, Ie reoelvtef her Bpi tan aad Block af millinery And Fancy Goods, Aad will take pleasure la Waning thsai ie all her old calid aa asaay Baw ewes as ate Aver ber with a Rea. W mod /Veseea’ *n FaehtotuMe Ryi*. tm than node*, snrii-dtf inagMAvnAnAHinAMAnnmMMnnA DRUGGISTS. Q P.sqUIRKS ACXX, •accessorA o Squires A Bless, OLD MT AMD COM. OM BAIS A JEFFERSON STS. Eave se hand, aet ars coastaaUy resewing, af full av ll KIRL IN KS. DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, DYES, awd Al feeds pertaiutaf to their huns ess, which will bs •eld sa th* lowest mar im pries*    sum    lh    dtf H UGHKS * NASSAU, ORCbOIST* AND CUEMlftTB, Urn. Bt AftMMB AS SM, JBm44n<tUm, I Tbs andsrMfved baviog aattrsd late partnership with Mn stew of oarrplag ea Ut* Dare Boaiaaae, bef lea** re-spesAally is waaoaaos that fihsy Im** new ow bead and (br sate, at the ald stead of Allot. Hraidrta, a bow aad well •stoats! steak af all the articles amal la their Has, me* as MB-oTtf3b all BTXMNL TAKMalUfo G kHKd, 0LAP8 wmVx Ll Ab, ba, ab. ^notates fertelntnf lo the of I he trade and cf lh* Drugs and Mediate ce ai ways t of Patent Medicine* bu bhs al largo Is r^istfeUy la mad. Pa-stouter»Usa Won ft ran la the praparatta* of preamp- etewa Ouskaas BSSBI rospsslMljr eollotted. daw BA __TBH    KB    A    KA    SAAD. AUGUSTUS T. GARTIIK, fWd Aria, OwrsMti im » tm*a, A Bald BBH the BWeailoa af bls Mends and lbs i>abl)e (sa* •telly is Mb a sam i eta and web patented stork of Drug* and sdMdaaa All ate gases Btu warren ted to bs perfectly pas* aad Amb. Us attern will Im found lo bs as low as aa* asher'howes. A sotefiisti amorlmii BB hand. Alm.afood _ ‘ af Perfumer j. Boar. Clothes. Had/, KAH ! st, Traaasa, Supporters aad Bhoulder a Wteesaad    Bren lies    Mr    medteal    purposes,    warranted    I *1 |>hveiciant have a’eo gone pxte-    Svbdat, IO 6ft —The enemy wa* heavily rcin- n    end put force<j Kti^ked Pope’s arm* before Sumner nMBiww "    "    W    mm    'J    1 *B<1 Frwoklin arrived. The attack wa* bold, QUKKNSW AKE    A    QLtSSWAKt.    Tbs sdvsntage on the whole was with the eo sin v, end Pope fell berk to Centerville with his whole army in g >od condition, and being joined I by Snmuer and Fnankiin, be occupies the strong-wet position in Ute vicinity of Washington, and la expected promptly to reuse the con leat. Ev. et? effort > bu aid ba used to hastes forward of Departments calling upon the employees to repair to the battle field forth* purpose of looking to the condition of our wounded. The order requires each man to provide himself with two deva rations. A prompt response was made to the call and not only the persona employed by the Government, bat many other* left the city for the purpose stated. Although the engagement with the enemy was of a moot appallingly sanguinary character, vet aitch ie the confidence of Union men in the •kill and strength of our army that an abiding faith in their success ia everywhere diaceruable. Washinoton, Aug. SO.—To-daj’a Everting Star, speaking of Friday’* battle, eave it was continued bv the corps of lleintxelmsD, Sigel and McDowell, against a fort's nu rn luring about «;o,DOU, consisting of Jackaon’a and Porter^ entire toroee, also Lee's army, which bad succeeded in getting from White Plains through to Thoroughfare Gap. The battle took place in the vicinity of Hay Market, of) in the direction of Dudley Church, and but a few miles northwest of Lull Ran. Gen. Pope'! statement that Heintxelman'a corps would move on the enemy at daylight, it confirmed by heavy firing heard in that vicinity. Rumors ot various successes reach us, but need confirmation. Yesterday rebel scouts were seen at Langley's near Chain Bridge Every precaation has been taken lo prevent surprise iii that direction. The in presHOu prevails that the rebels have been entrapped, and the result of recent man-ouvering is looked for entensely. HeinUelman’s oorps cai ne up with the enemy's rear about IO o’clock, I miles from Centerville, aud found Stonewall Jackson fighting with McDowell or Sigel, or both, on the right Our informant said nothing definite resulted from this day's fighting, which, though continuous, had not beeu very bloody. Others represent, who left the field at 4 o'clock, that success was decidedly in favor of the Cuion army, which pushed the rebels successfully on both aides. An impression prevailed that the reserve of Lee1* army, supposed to be from twenty to forty thousand strong, might suddenly appear on the field. The railroad bridge bas already been repaired to Hull Run, and auppU«ware being transported to there. Before evacuating Mauassea, th* re belt paroled TIKI Union prisoners Tbia included 600 of Taylor's brigade and the stragg era. Washihuton, Aug. HO.—Gen. Pope’s conduct is highly praised in Government and other quarters. Nearly 1,000 Government clerks repaired to tbs battle field to atteod to the dead and wounded on both aides. Gen Wadsworth took ill the backs here and sent them to transport aick and wounded. The folio wing ie gathered from private source* Tuesday night report reached Warrenton I Junction that Jackson was again ic our rear and hsd taken position on the Railroad near Bristow, 4 miles south of Manassas, burned two railroad bridges, tore up track and taken prisoners all the guard along the road. This information subsequent events proved true. Washington, Aug 31.—Private advices from Fredericksburg, up to 3 p rn yesterday, contradict the reports regarding the burning of bridges ard destruction of property in that locality. Burnside, at 3 p. in. yesterday, had possession there Forty-three wage nloads of hospital stores left here Saturday for the bailie-field. A number la Kern tack p. Cincinnati. Aug. SI.—Od Friday p. rn. the rebels beyond Richmond, Kentucky, drove in our ca val rv. Gen. Manson, with the 69 th and 7lei Indiana, moved up, And after throwing a few hbella, tbs enemy retreated rapidly beyond Rogersville, leaving one gun behind. Manson bivouked for the night. Saturday morning Manson advanced with two regiment* and four guns, and coming up with the enemy, an artillery fight began, with heavy loss ort both sides. The enemy attempted to turn our left fladK, when sharp fighting occurred between the skirmishers; The os* th Indiana advanced through a donee fire of shot and shell to the relief or our ekir-rn inlier* and behaved like old soldier*, but the rebels finally turned our left flank end advanced in full force on our column. Monson then or dered a retreat and fell back three miles, re! formed line of battle on the high billa, got artillery in position on the right and left flanks, and tbs artillery fire re commenced and was kept up briskly on both sides After fighting about two hours the enemy advanced on our right flank under cover of woods and after severe fighting succeeded hi turning it. Retreat immediately took place to the original camping grounds. Here Gssl Mel son came up and atter great efforts succeeded in rallying the men end formed another line of battle. Our artillery and ammunition was near ly exhausted aud some guns were left without a man to work them, all having been killed aad wounded. Nelson wee wounded about 3 p. when the mea again fell beck, retreating to Lex iogton. The enernv’s forces numbered from 16,000 to 20,000. The Federal forces engaged were the 96th Ohio, 12th, 16th, 66lh, 69th and 71st Indiana, and Mindia and Metcalf's cavalry. Tbs loss in killed and wounded on both sides is heavy—number not yet known. Lieut. Col. Topping and Major Kunkle, of the 71st Indiana, are both killed. (■en. Wright left this evening to take the field, Gen. Lew Wallace leaving to night to join his brigade. Lex inc,ton, Aug. SI.—McDomqxt reached this city this evening from Richmond, and reports 126 killed and 850 wounded in yetterday’s battle. He obtained permission from General Kirby Smith to come here for a supply of medical and hospital stores. Lieut. Cel. Stout, Col. McMilao and Major Brumback, including many others of the 96th Ohio, are wounded. Major Conli vc is wounded, and Col. Lucas is killed. An equal number of the Confederates are killed and wounded. Lexington, Ky., Aug. SO.—Last night the bells were rung and all citizens ware ordered out and slept on their arn: a Major General Wright, and - also,    are in I-exiDgton. The Federal force in Lexington is fully prepared, iu case the rebels make an attack. Lohrville, Aug. 21.—A Bowling Green despatch pay* a large rebel fo-ice under Buckner is at Totnpkinfeville. The rebels destroyed the telegraph to day at the Slate line, thus cutting off communication with Nashville. Gov. Morton sod suite arrived at Gallops'* this evening. Considerable excitement in the citv. Monday Morning PetpmlclUB. GEN. BANKS SUPPOSED TO BE CUT OFF. MMI. PUCH BSTIRiTKD 800,000. AT NKW YOAK, Sept. 1.—The Tribune's Washing too despatch, dated Benday, says: This af ternooa the anticipation that a great battle would ha fought to-day (Sunday) was probably unfounded. Ko firing baa bean heard and no news of a renewal of the contest, except that telegram, dated at Fairfax Station, 10:30 a. I •peaks of heavy firing being heard in the direction of Bristow Station. This in beld in the highest quarters hers to have been the noise caused by the blowing np of hie trains by Gen Banks, who, it is fearwd, ia cutoff with his wbola corps Rebel prisoners at Fairfax Station, awaiting transportation to Washington, concur *in saying, as dose information from all iou rosa, that the whole rebel army was engaged under Lee.— Its numbers no on* of them estimates at less than 160,000, and many estimates them at 200,-000 or 800,000. The prisoners also say that they were promised an easy and speedy march into Washington. They were certain to be there within a week. Col. Filch Denies Hanging Hostages. Hklsna, Ark., Aug. 22. To Major General Halierk : To-daj, for the first urn*, a letter from God. Lee, C. S. A., near Richmond, 2d inst., fell un* der my observation, charging Brigadier General G. X. Fitch with having murdered io cold blood two peaceful citizens I have no claim to the title* being plain Colonel, but am doubtless the officer alluded to. Borne journal lauded me during the late White River expedition, for the alledged hanging of two hostage*. General Lee censures me for the same supposed act. The praise and censure are alike undeserved, and the charge in both cooee are without the shadow of foundation. In fact, however, many more of them have deserved different treatment. Not a man was killed by the troops andor my command, except in fair action. I am very respectfully, Your obedient servant, G. N. FITCH, Colonel 46th Indiana Volunteer, Commanding Brigade, and late White River Expedition. PrssUseat OHeers Hilled sad Wounded. Washington, Aug SI.—From our correspondent we learn the following were killed and wounded in the recent battles in Virginia— Gen. Staple killed; Gen. Hatch wounded; Gen. Schenck wounded; Lieut. Col. Thomas, 22d N. Y. wounded; Col. Pratt, 20th N. Y. seriously wounded; Lieut. Truman, Sickles' staff, prisoner; Lieut. Dwight, Sickles stair, prisoner; Gen. Duncan W. Rickets wounded, not dangerously; Adj't Baker 16th N. Y. shot in the ankle; Col. McCar, 66th Ohio wounded. Mare Wssaded—List Wasted. Philadelphia, Aug. SI.—A spacial dispatch from Washington to Forney's Press says Gen'la Patrick Duryea and Tower are slightly wounded. Col. Keltz, 78d Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. McLean, 88tb do., Col. O’Conner, 2d Mich., Capt Francis Shelling, all of the 12 Penney I va via Reserves, were killed. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. ]^EW JEWELRY, AC. Just Received a very we* assortment of Gold Brest Pins, Est Rings, Back cia, Crosses, Guard Chafes, Lockets. Shirt Studs, Sleeve Batton. Gold Pencils, Heck Chalot, Thimbles, Flaker Bines, fie., vsry cheap to suit the Hmm, for sate by A. W. k W. CARPENTER, decSM    Mala    Street. ■owes of the Carnal tie*. Washington, Aug. SI.-—-Th# following ar# among the casualties in the recent battle -A. J. Wolf, Co. 0,2d Wisconsin, JnoE. Alex Boder, Adjutant, lith Ohio; D. W. Jones, 12tb Ohio; Edward Yannoft, co. G, 12th Ohio; Goo. Swan, Lieut Co. A, and James Hougb, Serg*t Ca E, 16th Michigan; 8. Johnson, 1st Mione sots; John S. Hatch, Lieut. Isl Michigan. In addition 'o the above are Lieut Merriam, let Michigan cavalry, wounded aad taken prison nor; Lieut. Morse, Beme regiment, killed; Col Roberts and Cap!. Pomeroy, let Michigan, killed; Capt. Berry, 16th Michigan, wounded; Col. Broadhead, Ut Michigan cavalry, was captured; C. H. Town, let Michigan cavalry, was wounded in five places. J UST RECEIVED, Stiver Table and Tea Spoons. Tabla and Tea Porks, Begar Tongs. Cream Spoons, trait Hot vs* Salt Spoons, Plated Cake Baskets, ic., Sc. For sale by _dee»4____A.    W.    A    W.    CARPENTER. WATCHES! WATCHES! ! vv Wa have Inst received a No. I article of Gold and Mirer Hunting Cased English Levan, Stiver Heating Cased American Levers, Gold and Silver Henting eased anchors, lupines, As., for sale very cheap by eeptlS-du. A. W. A W. CA HP BKTE a, Mala OL pr TVXwl AV Justr JEWELRY! Just received the latest and mow realises Ste (ar Bfegi, Aylet Coral, I Ans Gold Setts of Breast Pins and ti sr bunds, Mosaic, Lava, Cameo, Jet sad other Daturas; Leek eta, B« wtieia. Sleeve Battens; Shirt Mads; fobiVsm. I OBU- ^u*‘CVfcYf» “cu^ ' and Guard Chains, CrouM, Slides, Finger Rings, Ladler 8 Hamilton, of Maysville. Okie Aph—si ow arnee wader Tax Law. Washington, Aug. SI.—1Tax appointments for the state of Ohia I st District—Collector, Tho#. Spooner; Assessor, Chaa. D. Fosdbeek. 2d. Collector, R. M. A. Taylor of Cincinnati; assessor, Joe. Puttee of Hamilton Co. 3d. Collector, John Martin of Middletown; Aseeesor Wa Miner, of Den field. 4th. Collector, F. W. Wright of Urbana; As->asor, Jaa Walker, of Bellefontaine. 6lh. Collector, John Walker, of Wapakoneta; Assessor . 6th. Collector, David Bandera of Wilmington; Assessor, Chamber Rooks, of Ripley. 7th. Collector, A. H. Stoas, of Columbus; Assessor, Isaac M. Barret of Spring Valley. 8tb. Collector, Henry Chedjpe; Assessor, C. and Gent's siree* kins, Ae!, Ac fort by , Ac., all of th* beet qualities, A. W. A W. QA EP ENTER. CPECTAOUCS k? Just received * Steel and German B •als by **od smsrtwl of GOM, Silver^ et Spectacles, to suit all mss, fen A. W.Ak. CARPENTER. TENS! received Gold Peas vt tbs heal maters, a1] sites, aad warranted, for Bale by sept!BAIT.    A.    W.    A    W.    CARPENTER. / JOLD V I Just n article of BBvsr Table ^LVER WARE tC" We have ccw on hand a good ai and Tea Spoor "able sad Dessert Porks, Cream Bad Salt Spoons, Batler Knives, Pratt Entree, Card Ossea, Napkin Rinas, Bllv Cups, Ac , Ae. Bor sale by atpllBdl£    iV,    At.    CA    RPX    NT    I QUINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWABEM /"''LOCKS I CLOCKS! V> Just received 8 day and SO boar Thomas Clock*. Begs taters, Marine Clocks, Ae., for salt by soptlt-dU___A    W A W CAKPENTE1. J OHN PROCHASKA, DEALE! th GOLD AND BIL YER WATCHES* Clocks, Jewelry and Stiver Wars, Vins Cattery, Geld Pens, Ans Plated Fruit Baskets, Ae., Ac. RensSrteg < •vary terr dons ob short nodes. Jefferson Btrsst,oppoiil Harper*! Shoe Stere, Burlington, Ibwa.    (aal Q H. WALDO!, Mats tea feaAs a funeral aa- Fume China, Qobmmwi Mud QIam- Wsll Weiss aas qaatetea, ss prises taw* aaa sun fell to rap -AssiMhfesm,* Having vteted Europe to parson aad •sis psrmaasat arr sagsmaaie fee tbs Abram la^vortatten •* Mm 7«miBod fe smarting that vt can ■tegooSs ss tov as nay bourn to tbs UwKad BsatM Psr-******* ^ Mrgsiy safsgsd hi lbs bwanas* ran mads Import their fooda feracUy bom wee lbs maffias *«- I variety al A MLUXX, Map ‘“Tolj i > KU as to taste! advene* i 'GOAL OIL LAMPS at racy _ Men ITT ERICK____ WKmoV Busk, cv r Mato onu I ultey Ste., tom. QUAL oil LAMPS nevi: . how is tbs Mas to bay ewe aheap, al af Mata aadYalem n un _ Mcairn RICE A I AMPS! Ws bara jam n it af Improved OOKL OIL AXD Kl ROB RHS LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, BTC., ar asras^r^- IM SM uY Kit BU KS KMM OLM LA MSS, OM &BOMI MOT ICE. xgaawLssaLfiftRaj-a ab »***•* J^A1L8 AND GLAhs.l —i. ani ion:'n BU , a mete pad KIMBALL A troops. There is intense anxiety here lo get parties-I .'ars of the tsoent fight, but reports are so indefinite as not to justify repetition. Gen. Bch cock arrived ta day severely wounded iu the right wrist, yesterday. Tbs following are some of the casualties in the recent battle unoffiiisHj obtained, bid Ohio, Col. 0 sri or! I, killed; 20th Indiana, Col. Brown reported killed. InlwtuatMsa received to night indicate* that there has been little if aav fighting to day. Our army ie weft concentrated and the mea are in good condition and epirits. AliiaM’Kia, Aug 80.—Heavy firtag hoard to day in direction of Centerville. Telegraphic communication has been re established to MansMaa There is still a large number of troops in Alexandria awaiting transportation to th* bailie field. Kaw Tone, Aug. 31.—The meagrs intelligence received trows Washington, with known activity in government circles, and departure of surgeons ceased great excitement. Various rumors ars circulating of both good and bad tenor. PmAPBt p*:a, A agast ll.—Excitement has bern inlet**? throughout tbs city, mingled with a feeling of depression, caused by meager account* of the battle. The incomplete regiments have boral coasolidated iota 6 regime Ola Buntob, Alta. SI —Excitement ber* equals first battle of Bu!! Run. Notice* ars published in the papers for people to give lint, llneo, whisky, cordials, Ac., for wounded, sad a large sum of money was also contributed A train of 8 doable freight ear* hilled with hospital stores, contributed by citizens for the use of the wounded, left to-night May mr Wight man and large corp# of Volunteer Surgeon* also kit for Va. WATOH-MAKRR AHD JEWELER, a Jefftteoa Strate, Besuseros, Iowa* a tarts ssKvtmset of Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, Silver and Plated Wars. Msihewsnaal aad Optical instr*. “sart ksr*s lathes, with Patent 0) •a I. I6Sf«—dtf Manafeteorsr af Wateb-Ma- der Chuck. 9 th. Collector, John F. Dewey, of j Norwalk; Assessor, A. Hall, of Tiffin. loth. Collector, S. A. Raymond, of Toledo; Assessor, E. Grape*, of Perrysburg!!. lith. Collector, John Campbell of Trenton; H. 8. Bundy, of Reid's Mills. 12th. Collector, Nath&n Denny, of 8outh Bloomfield; Assessor, Charles F. Schaffer of Lancaster. 18th. Collector, Albert Guthrie, of Putnam; issssor, Benj. Grant, of ML Vernon. 14th, Collector, N. B. Gates, of Llyris; Assessor, Aaron Partner, of Wadsworth. 16th, Collector, E. H. Moore, of Athens; As^-ssssor, J. R. Walters, of Marietta. 16tb, Collector, Charles J. Albright, of Cambridge; Atesasor, John H. Bu rn am, of New Phi adelphia. 17th, Collector, James A. Arter, of New Lisbon; Assessor, Joa McLewry, of Warrenton. 18th, Collector, Richard C. Parsons, of Cleveland; Assessor, Jna L. Hurlbut, of Richfield. 19th, Collector, Henry Fsasett, of Ashtabula; r. Horace Bushby, of Ravenna. Tbs Stats of Kentucky has been divided into four collection districts, and tbs following appointments mads: 1st Dktriet, Collector, George D. Blakely, of RaaselviUe; Assessor, Chaa. Tod. 2d, Collector, John Milkr, of Richmond; As-Wa Spencer. 3d, Collector, Edgar Needham, of Louisville; las—cr, Harrison A. Williams. 4lh, Collector, William A. Parsons; Assessor, Hamilton Gray, of Maysville. THE VERY LATEST. THE BATTLES OPPOSITE WASHINGTON. Kaw Yoke, Sop! I.—Tbs Tribans's extra this morning contains a Washington letter dated Sunday a. rn., with th* following details: Nothing later than Pops'* dispatch of Saturday has bosn received by tbs Government. Distant firing was board Saturday p. rn., and lata in tbs evening. A courier arrived at Halleck's headquarters with news that Pops had fallen back to Centreville. A staff officer from tbs battlefield at 6 o’c'ock Saturday afternoon, states (bat th* battle commenced Thursday afternoon. Sigel’* corps en gaged the rebel cavalry brigade on tbs road from Warrenton and drove them birk, the battle last Ing till 9:30 in the evening. This fight was with Jackson's rear guard, whose force was estimated at 30,000. Friday morning Jackson formed a junction with Longstrest. Sherman’s battery opened tbs battle Friday morning. Milroy’* brigade led the advance and Sigel formed a lins of bat ti* with Schurz on tbs right Schenck on the left and Steigher in the centre. The rebels were gradually forced back till one o’olock in the afternoon; they then suddenly and fiercely charged bayonets forcing Milroy back. Schenck sent a brigade forward but both were driven back. Milroy’n command was so bidi? cut up that bs could not gather a regiment! Schurz and Sleigher were bolding their own in the wood* on the left of Scbeuck. Heavy rn a sees of rebels appeared, and Stevens and Reynold’* divisions were sent up—all were driven back. The result of Friday’* fighting was that we drove the rebels about two miles, then they being heavily reinforced recovered mils, and oar troops rested st night a mils lo advance of their morning’s position. On Saturday the battle wad more general and Heiutzelman, Porter, McDowell anJ Banks were engaged, Sigel's forces being kept as a reserve. Heiutzelman commenced the attack at IO o'clock, with Porter in tbs center. The advance of the latter was checked by immense masses of rebel infantry, and bis troops stood up with un paralleled heroism for over an boar exposed to sn enfilading fire of grape and cannister. Tbs ground was strewed with the fallen ranks of dy ing and dead. Finally they broke, falling back in great disorder, which caused a panic in the rsssrres, large numbers joining in the retreat. Tbs rebels rapidly advanced their batteries, pouring in s storm of shot and shell. The right wing was completely beaten. McDowell ad vanced to their support, endeavoring to hold their centre, but bis movements were snticipa* ted, and both he and Sigel were enveloped by tbs rebels on tbs left and outnumbered at all pointe. Then Sigel shone out, bringing up bis brigsdges successfully to their position, bolding them in front, while the fugitives poured by. Large bodies of McDowell’s troopa,iretreated in great disorder across Bull Run. At 6 o'clock p. rn. the last reserves were ordered up, who retrieved the day. But along the Centerville road artillery, infantry, wagons and cavalry were confusedly falling to tbs rear.— Our right, however, remained comnarativsly firm, preventing the enemy from following up his advantage, and at 8 o’clock Bull Run stream was crossed by tbs rebels, troubling us only by a few sheila We were falling back to Centerville. Franklin's corps was between Stone Bridge and Centerville, and Sumner's corps between Centerville sod Fairfax Coart House, pressing on with great speed to tbs assistance of Pope. Tbs day was probably adverse to but the battle will be renewed on Sunday morning with heavy reinforcements. It is believed the whole rebel army, under Lee, has joined Jackson by way of Thoroughfare Gap, or by Aldie Gap The above account is gleaned by the Tribune correspondent from Capt. Fish. A later account says, judging from reports from officers, the panio on McDowell's left was not very serious. A file of soldiers was drawn up at 7 o’clock Sunday morning to stop stragglers but none bad appeared. Our camps were then seen on the hill this side of Centreville. Another correspondent says McClellan’s Burnside's and Pope’s armies are now in full co operation and complete success is looked for. Every confidence is felt at the War Department, Halleck's Head Quarters and the White House. Special to Morley** Presa. Philadelphia.8ept. I.—A correspondence of Forney’s Press dated near Centervilla says, last eveniag about five o’clock McDowell’s left flank was turned by a cavalry force 5,000 strong McDowell’s corps being on the left of our army and the rebel cavalry being suported by infan try. McDowell’s entire corps was fearful the enemy according to the reports of prisoners who nave been taken, had been reinforced enormously, and included the entire rebel army ai the State'of Virginia, and numbers sbou' 250,000 men. HARDWARE. KIHM. omit KS a OO., (Bu co aaaora to J. Morto* B Co.) Wholesale awd Retail HARDWARE MERCHANTS, 17 JaStraoo StrMt, a^ra rawupeitaaawvtoesaflta^M faeHUtaa for taa^rahaeaaf Ha/dwara, p foods tor Chal. KOTICK Hurluf sold eat oar Mitre Btoot af Hardware to Harare. Es A CO GRI MR: friend! for peat for era, and aor* tally re hmm eat Me i Bra to their confidence.    jTmQIYoN    k    OO., ocltB-dtf IT W. WILSON, IMPORTING WR OLM ALI AHD RETAIL DIALER SHELF ANH HEAVY HARDWARE wKy wvEUfl wTrfVt, rarflflPWtWwywKrr*^ fwwtle I waaM raapraMMlp aal! NHeraiea to ay tares sad wall assorted stock a# MARD WARE ASO TOOLS, af every description, Imported directly foora Pareign sad Eastern Mad iniGtWGt. Merchants, Farmers and Workman VHI Bad h to thew advantage ta wawls ■ *y stoa* awd prices before porcbaSfeg alaawbara. C0SSTAMTL7 OM HAMM: vary large laortawt of Haafa, Platt's, OoU aad Bartons araba ■A WB-Hand, Rip. Cross Out^Olrcal SS* (pear A Backwall AB**- Rey-Hole Saws, of land's mane. BELLOWS AHD TIO BB. CHA INB—Log, Trace, Puny awd Halter (Mm PIL BB AND RASPS—Of Butcher's, THloraoa A grcavah Baka. BUTTS, SCREWS, LOGES AHD LATCHES. KAILS—Of every die a* description. SHOVELS, SCOOPS AHD SPADES -Of A Lipptnccttx wake aad all other article* la Mm line. by    R.    W. WILSON, •ugli    Jefferson    sweat,    corner of rated. ^HOVELS, PICKS SPADES AND O OROW BA RE. A large lot for rate cheap, by B. W. WILBON. PUMP A FLXTC CHAINS FIXTURES. At the lowest rates, by AND PUMP B. W. Rift p ■; I*** ai ibdug at CMflfeMStf T.4C • atrail av LawteviUe 11.BG A MAO. «.i aTiara KIGHT EXPRESS ASS p a; aw; lateral pi* pat, wk lithe only Boats raaatug two ♦hranffh between CWeas*. Chs stop et!, In dias a polk Lee twille, daRy, alibi ut ar ■ran ha pro red I sable atefe irate*. Hapfaads Patent Ventilator and Caster M ta aw w IMS ■sad rraiwtif the earl fore fooa daw. Direct «s*ttatatewa wad* at Leger aport for Ufoyatts sd Para; a! Kofeamo for lodtacayoUe. I.outer" • Ned villa, aad tai •hangs af < t Birth Bleeping Oar, tea os a1 WB, Xenia, Colombo*, Newark. Zee cerilla, aad ta Central. Eastern awd Boat baru Olde. llHfi chocked through to all knyartawt potato. Thrnagk Tlekato for ah al all the prtocfoal I ic*ct OI-Borate the awd.jiad al Uw Caraway's aMot IO lea- BAU. A. Ll WIN, Was Pisa Af!, Chicago. jaaaBB-ddwy Agt, Chicago. JOHN BRANDT. JA, ‘    4.    I    ad. c. B. AQ aa UNK. OM and fluty PoHahla    JMm t. SN* Rarlteflna to Ohteagq. DtSraM, Malt, Pkttbwr Tjt-eIl ran it oM rd and Breth Baal ara OMtoa. leaving forforlii w Ms SMB A. M. Wet* fewdoto vUM innate (testes! RaBraad M. B. R. m. via Toledo, Wayne R. E. rte Pl. Wayne, ta ke tatar shotes. Only twenty baar* focal Bsrttagtow to Totodc, Mrtw i of say    ~    “ terrace akaakai Hew Tart, taraagh to Dabrwt, KHewra Toledo, Dunkhra. Mateto, FRtobuig Tie be ta tor tide great laeUru thorwMfi BUS tor* MV a it, awd at tao Ti Fairfield, ML Fleams Land et u* aad Waler ttreete, Itehet ORea lawl-bwtf Oars attoshsdto the I •Sky any other rn WW. ■ P. BOBKO ED, Ga*, ararao. a ail a a TICHIGAN CENTRAL Ban ara—WB Rom* GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE 7b Atar York, Atar Bogland mm/4 tar Craw aa a Os and after Ba adar. May ftta. IWS. Traina Mara the Central Union Depot foot of Lake strata as It Howe: > ai i WTO af De* i al I al8:ftd Am.; Aioany 8:80 p. rn.: flew YorkYh) p. to., foatoa, ll:** p. aa TMS p. aa Nighl ffrpr—, eseapt Satariay, amra al -------    -    -*    ——    “tor Albany IA to. Day Bepress ( at *40 p. to., Bae to.; New York /CARPENTERS' TOOLS. Vy A fall atoortaant by    a    W. PENCE WIRE. a ai um ic aafl4 * UiRr TsBBp. to. Night terpreaa, eveapt tetariay, ar J Datralt ta Tree a w; Surpeodoo Bildrearu p na.;, WlLBOHjfi^frOOatot (tow York 10:80 a rn; Boto% SAU pa. - OfeatoaaM tratna, via M. 0. railroad, Mara .'blea a ■ wall Mate; 1:80 pat Pita trprera: an Vrain C wry jaw at 8:16 a to Part ffrgirara, awd A IO p rn Ni«*n Mali *— The T:*lp to train leaving Chicago runs brough •toast! without ebanrv of can or barm* Ak tbs lowest toarkat price, a* R. W. WILBON’B /CRIMES A CO U Wholesale A Rat Retail Dealers Is HARDWARR, CUTLERY, FILES, CARPI RTR EG AHD MECHANICS TOOLE, Old stand of Bora A Whlppla, Jafla BOK LISO TOA, IO WA.% Have on hand sad ars eonalantiy isstarisf Heavy aad Shelf Hardware ta all kinds, teatadtag Locka, Nella, Hinges. Planes, Saws wad Ohtoata; 0*rpentcrs,Btockmutea and Maaooa Toato Spades, Hora, Shovels, Bakra and Garden Tao!* 8crew», Piles, Log, Trace, Cod awd Pump Chafe*; Pump Fixtures aad Tobias, Wan wheals; Braw, Copper, Ira* sad fan** Witt; Which wa oAer to dealers and oataowsn rates for cash and Short Urns. atta* lowest IMPORTANT TO BLACKSMITHS Ws arad IO tone Scrap Iron iwadtatafy. tor wbtoh wa will pay a good price.    G    RIMES    A    OO. ATTENTION FARMERS. * fifty Bandies Me. • PIKOR WIER. spr3 Pot ta* bf GUMBS A OO DOUGLASS’ FORCK LIFT, 8notion and Yard Pumps, and Iron Pump (terhe, for aula by    ((ani)    GRIMES A OO. yyHEAT! WHEAT!! WHEAT!!! Ogden a corr. wish to buy a few hundred bushels of W EC aa A TF, for which the expect to pay ta* Market Prlee in Cath. Parutera will do wall to ftvetlMS a raiL (aapUfi d J^OTICE! The eopartacrahip barato fore astatine > rf* aaa Win H. Hayden and Then H. Re Ley under the name and style Hayden A Btl Ley, Ie this day dlwotrad by animal ooa-ffee firm will hereafter he An own by the a—to aad style of Tho*. P: Es Nee A Baa, who amos* all ta* Rebill-dew of the said firm of Haydca A (abey, and wh* are la the poeerataoo of all Ute araru ta mid firm and duly na lf.oriaed to cleat ap all the burin cee of said firm ta Hay den A Mu hey. We feel thankful Bn the liberal jato leaf bwdewad on the late firm and hop* to mara a r alf wean from tbs many friends of th* old Bm wha wtl find aa al ta* old •toad aad always ready to sell goods aa cheap aa ray other Hoorn. Call and am ba TROG. P. BOBBY B gTAPLK COTTONS. Kl beira heavy Braws Bloating. Bs *< mart quantise testate** aad* talrttafA ta raaraawFd wtaiha awd qaaKttra ti Ii* Shad, do. la bafira forVla sad Oaaabarga ‘ by KIMBALL BJ RRIVAL OF MILITARY QOODS. reman Gray Twilled Funnels, t “ Cadet Mined Ba Win aa IOU rara Larga Military DuttawA 106    ** MBMffiS    **    64 AM* a vart^ eftater Trttotofega for the vwrtoas Bara* Guard and eShar Un Mama aagte _J.    EIMIAUAOO. ^£OUNE WOODEN WARE. ISS Bes • hoop Weeds* Battuto, MB MB "    M    “ ta SN call No. I Wash Tuba, la store sad tor sate tew I Waald>fe Gaarrtlkaa capcurad. Mem PRIS, Aug. 80, via. Cairo, Sept. I.—A masting called yesterday, two miles south-east of Memphis, to organise a Guerrilla band, was surrounded And captured by a company of Federal cavalry. Eighteen prisoner* were taken.— A detachment of Federaie occupied Hernando Thursday afternoon, capturing a train of can from Grenada. Rebel force et Cold Water, a few mile* distant. VillepagD*, with 9,000 men, ie reported moving through Oread Jcoction, in the direction of it, Ten MARKETS. New York, Sept. I. FLOUR—Market fir mar fair demand. Batea at Bd 90Q5 Oft for raper aute: 8ft SOAft 80 extra auto; #4 9OQ0 06 aa-par western; fift *>©6 Cd common to medium extra .western; 8ft fto©ft GU common to good shipping brands extra R a o. WHEAT-Market active, Ic better. Balsa at $1 13© I 22 Chicago spring; 81 19®1 24 MU. club; ll 24©1 2ft umber Iowa Bl *?©1 3ft winter red western; Bl 44©1 47 amber Mich , ll 4ft fair white Mich. CORN—Market shade firmer. Sales at 69©fil for old mixed western sound. WHIBX EY-Market firmer. Bales at 82©33(. •-- New York stock Market. New York, Sept. I. Stocks—Market dull aud lower. Money on call 8(®4 per cent. Sterling Exchange—Ha* been put to 129,owing to the rice in Gold. RAILROAD STOCKS. I..... 0. AR. G BC..... 1. C. aer ip,. . 67 ( 22* 621 M. S..............31* Erie,...........3£f Michigan Cen..... 69 STATE STOCKS. American Gold... 116* U 86’u, ’67; Reg. 99* do coupon*....TOD* U.S.6’8, I yr err.. 99* U. S. demand N..108* Tref"?. 7 8-IO...103* Virginia,. 16 | Miraourifi’*, 67* STEAMBOAT AGENTS. QGDEN * COPP, STEAMBOAT AND GBNK KAL TRANSFER AO INT* J Agen ta for baying and selling produce, Ae. Oar • for Storage are annary aravd la the Warn. own,    reno*    J.    corr. tan dtf.___ RAUTON T. DAVID, RECE ITISO, FORWARD INO AND LOMMOSJOR MERCHANT AND STE AMRO AI AORMT, Waler Btreet Nos 41 A 48. B Prompt attetmru ghren to Ae Bura and to taePatwardtoE ~ Iowa aad rate ta Pro. taalVdtf Bolivar, General Curtis pawed up the river yesterday. General Steele Dow command* the army of the SoQih-Weet. Prominent Seceraioniata any Braggs army baa goo# to Waetwn Virginia, and will abort!y appear in the Kanawha valley, and march to the Ohio river. Sc * HRO* Grebral’s Office, ( WaMikuton, Aug. BO, IMI J To the Loyal Wontm and ChdJrmi of the Smiled Stain ■The •apply of lint io tho market ie nearly exhausted. The brave men wounded in the dr-feoae of their country will soon be In wont of it I appeal to you to coma to oar aid in supplying u* with this ne era—iv article. There ie acorea!* a woman or child who cannot scrape lint, aad there Ie no way in which their ewieunce can be more awfully given than in famishing ae the mean* to drew the wound* of those who fall in defense of their rights and their homes QOAL OIL I COAL OIL II Pore Coal 08 and warranted, eta ba taught at ta po •oat. below tea a rani pries at J apr*    HUG    HRB    A    BABBAR. TX) SPORTSMEN. A    Jota    received    a    faille Ely's Water Proof Cops, Wad* and outer ammunition, which we oflbr et Whatraale and Retail a! greatly reduced prices. OBI MBB A OO., PIKE S PEAK. Jota received, a cera ta Oottto Revolver* el Me. I Main Btreet.    . J aal_ GUMBS    A    OO. re Hoes, circular, Mulat, iMh md Oui 8.V1, llnji on bud .nd for Mi. ■'MCU" at 7 | ■7:80 p rn Past Kxprrae: *n ^7sin CI*»c*)o [PaatExprrai, aad S ift p rn N1*v MUI rreln. I rn train leaving Chicane rum t.roug’i »o Un- | ■at change of cars or baggage ■RUTAN** PATENT VENTiLATORB On Oars of Day Rxpvra* Trafea , Pate ntWee pin* Care on night trafea._ ■age checked ^Baeir Through ti In the We*, tickets for Ale la all principal Railroad cfi!cee ■and at the general office, corner Lake aul I ■Krauts, under tat Tremont Howe*. Cerago, and al tho Depot, rn J. W. Bund, Wi B. V. BIOB, Oenaral Superiatoadrat. maytadta BURLINGTON AND MISSOURI RITES RAILROAD. CNA MRW OR HMR. Ob and after   My nm Trafea will leave sad antra aa aad anat! 'artber atake Oma Ville, New London, Ohooaaqaa, Oleo dale, Fairfield. Whitfield. Batavia, EL?1** Ottumwa, rrxnoaa. Ottumwa. Agawev ORy* Batavia, Whitfield, Fairfield, Glendale, GOING WMT BAU.. • SO A to. lea va 901 RIE • ss 10.01 lf.ao ia.fi/ lim 11.87 ii rn ism 12.40 p. to. arrive GOING BAST. 8.00 p. fe s rn AM 4 26 (Loft ft rn too • 4ft I 04 rn IM 8 20 p.m. •CT MI. Pleasant, Haw Lawdow, Dan villa, Middletown, ■y 12-dtf HENRY ■ AIL. I 20 p. to. leave’ 1.W 2.18 2.28 240 8 07 SM BAB 4 20 d.48 BJS ft to p. ■. air. COFFIN, 8uperlnleadent. 7 So a to. leave. 7,67 8.24 8.51 9.21 954 10.8* 11.07 11.44 ,18.09 PH filii ERIK RAILWAY. Gun makers lite Barreto, Aa, for rale by oaf GRIMES BOOY, MATERIALS, Oramt Brood Quay*, Double Troth ami 7tlagr*i\ Route, to NBW TORK. BOSTON, Amu all Estteni flflfB, CARRHNO I NE GREAT WESTERS .rn NORI IT, WESTERN UNITED 81 AI ES MAJIA. ■sanes Tax rn leave Dunkirk and Buffalo daft*, the arrival of all Trains on the Lake Shore Railroad, caking clote connection* with traina from Cirrate ad, OM. sago, Milwaukee, M. Look, Burlington, Keokuk, Bt. Paul, Dubuque, Galena Iowa Otto, Ac.—th* os’y can ran air a rough fro® th* Lek et to New York City Without Change. Baggage checked tareagh. VhraaJweyaaalowaabyaay athar re*ta. Be paniccmr sad call for ticket* via Erie laflroed, which ara raid at all the principal Railroad Offices I n t ha GUMBS A OO. PORN SHELLERS. V_y Bingle and Double. Pot atle by folyl9 GUMM A OO. A GKICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! fo/p. A Of ALL RINDS. Julyl9_for    aals    by_GRI    MBB    A    OO.    KjJmto TO J wrought Jan* BOAT AND BRIDGE BUILD EM.—A large assortment of t Bytes*, from 4 to 8 Inch. GUMBS A OO. TM* Road afford ■ tori Wrier for rhlpraaat of freight, ru partar to say other root*. An ■Rprego Traio for Tnlfht toavra New York daily, ankle* cines ana*—Bowe through to all potato Wast, and quicker rise than ever before mad* en any Una. Freight rates, enquire of J. O. Oavwaa, 246 Bios*. New York, Oxes. Tacuiu*, lbJBroedvav N. Y.; A ar**a, 28 ?oath street, N . Y ; J. 8 Dratxr, Street Bota**; Erie Railway Office, 64 Clark Bt. , ChiCAAO B. 8. SPENCER.    CHAB.    MINOT, Weatorn Agt. Chicago, IM.    Gaol Supt, N. Ti A. BARBIE, Agt, Burttefton, Iowa. febl7-dt/ j^ADIES TAKE NOTICE. A Ana assortment of choice cultural Tools, Pruning elarart, A a, for aals by april    J.    MORTON    A    OO. AKCHITECT. IMPORTANT TO SPORTSMEN. W. bn . tau npplj W I....lib. utliii«i|l»- OnuiiraU. U rtdacb prtcn.    OUI    Mil    .OO. J. STOVER, pm IRON OO Tons “Hanging Rock" fro*, for rale low to slaw aaa-frat.]___POPEK    A    COPP. AND COMMON IRON of AU* ains. I Agamont._ gLIGO STEHL OF LLL K1KDB. Spring9j uAxUr, Thimble Skeins, ire* BLACKSMITH'S TOOL8 ARCHITECT« I la fully prepared to Betag* aad execute plena of ball tang a with referenoe to araaaty sad durability, (a the differ* tarira ta wehltotaara, required la th* erertkm r f (JI act aa I Htaeto, Brarraaad Dweiltep, with apedficatfeo*and etolef •to Ml taxed det-..l dr adaw aad fatamatra ta material I Be wlU alw superintend their raataratatoa.    Tr: OGca ever CooLbaegh A Brooke* Bank, corner of Mal I aad Jtffwaa* ateatae. BuiBauto* low*.    Jan). B00T8 AND 8H0EK. T. & WEBER Wholesale Darner m for tale by Genii FOOT! A SWING. SADDLERY' ETC. LEATHER. BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER, abv Finding No. W Jefferson Strata, neat deer to J. 8. Kimball A Co. jnalS-fef    RUE    UNG    TOM,    IOWA. laaitoraealpt taw axtramaty larga atoek of ell I £^OQTS AND SIIOECW ££Y LIGHTNING EXPRESS. Fresh ArriTSls! FASHIONABLE CLOAKS. IM more ofthora beaarifol aapcrior fittlag LADIES’ CLOAKS matafoctarad lathe latest atria by! ■ Jota received and for tole low by KIMBALL A OO. DER EXPRESS, DIRECT FROM JL BOSTON.    __    . One band red teteta tty Ira 9Uk Mer till**. Allen A Ptaafe NJ—.. Mr -ta-    muum PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. Jota raetarad, a new In rates ta ltaeta hnprorad Albaraa tebrwiac the vartoae ta see and styles tor tbs Pocket and Centre ^feble— handsomely bound to Cloth and Turkey Morocco for rale ta the loweta prlcaa, by    _ Morocco, forte-    ^    p BROWN, Hawkeye Baildh*. aad vartodto of Leather, ak a* low Bguraa aetata of goods eon be bought ta any market. I have 1W doe. Upper Leather, which I will daw atta lev. 150 ** French aad Aiartoaa Kip, a* a vary im IOO AT WHOLESALE. jataroratradc vary Maw MKrtami af BOOTS AND SHOES. uf^TkM^rBlEdtas. Lfetaf TeppfiBf* Bhoe makers aad Bnmtoakaraaw Bad aa MmrtBOBt cfan BM* of Leather they moy rant, ta pricesi tH ■auto.    FL B. ADJ act foil to i jani-dtf Bara tho toa*4«tohratodtoa*tofe*tori* . Havfegpwrahea-•d Mom tooakly Im cadi, ta vary few UMrsaTl wtl am fe— — aarampawdfegty tow vtara aa chara aa the sum. MwbW wed* se* h* teiws dGftr B-*l egWeto K*ewtogth*tth*Blaaii taBtaft go* this rims ta year, with pplad myratf tam ai a** I aly ade. Ord* i raa— rf Ie*1 tai-to Ma foet I bee* I    taaflstytwo •otadtad—I taH helled arara*tty tell to aah. J eft gADDLERY HARDWARE. ADAH ^    '    TTShil”    |    RA*™    * TAYLOE, WHO LIBA I.R BAJLBBB ft CONTECTION KB ENVELOPES. CHARLES W. BARM, Maaafactarar of every vartosy of Patent MaohinG Mads BuretopG* Emf rately mJupted to Ida at** of fife Jobbing Trod*, Embrasteg an th* varioa* stylra ta shad* awd astor, aad ta prlcoe wbtrb eaaata ton to aa Mrtdhrtury. Th* UR toatao* ta buyers to respectfully aoftritod.    ___ CHAB. W. BAKIR, W lratman BL, Now York. G Annan Oft* ap, Jl ■md laalsra fe all th* Bear Flute la thakri BIA .AI, !C>L MATTHIES, DISTILLER, RECTIPIBR Brandy, Gin, Wine, Bourbon and Rye Wkooky, Mg, “J!•'*atewe»r//rax ;