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   Davenport Daily Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1861, Davenport, Iowa                               SANDERS PUBLISHERS. OFFICE -BKADY STREET. TERMS-SIX DOULARS PEH YEAR. VOL. VII. SEPTEMBER 7 NO. 267. f 4 f 0AYEHFOKT DAILY GAZETTE. TKRMS OK 9UB3UfcIPTION. GouU payabio to Hall and lAjatoffico nayublv In inivauco. simuin. iu utlvaiico. TERMS OF AB agryud upon by Ihu IMvenpurl Aeaoolntcd I'rtsb THE DAILY GAZETIE. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUB CITY. One Bquaro of Twelve or ouo inch in Olio day.....--------10 70 Ono month........f5 00 Two Six ..........COO Three 1 '26 j Two moniU-......t CO 'JfonrdftVH ..._.__._ 1 EO I Throo mtmttie-------8 Fivedaya.........- 1 76 Fourinoiitlig....... il 00 _ M- V _ I A 2 00 3 00 Throe wweba______4 00 ttix 10 00 5 aquarca ouo pneo daled For iiaJf aquaru of tha abovu ralefl curdb JiOL uvur till f 10 00 per annum Vor eaob change an Additional charge of 25 cents per square will be raud-a. Jjarge cats double type- apply strictly Ibe tmmctllulo buninus of tho art all otber etat in by advcruser will charged imt with dlrooiious will bu iueeritfd until audcbnrgot notices charged forattfcd ratoof per oreiylit aud noticue cvttw ptfr or cwiiift ii tiiio ycr All nolices tor religious bonuvolent purposes of any fcind of ordtnury except cc-ata munia j'ruui must bo paid for in- in miit-nd irom ujjo Oontfuott for yearly advertising tennlmibtaiU option of iboy piijiiig an 25 pur cent UG the cuuinict AdvortiaorGCiUa IsaerUfd ritfsi to reading matter tO per advance of ubovu HiiJ kept Ktand- ou llrat or Fccaod per advance on tniasient advortlcemoctc mu advance. inaortod in ou bo aid for i BANDEK3 it JtJ U. Forwarding IOWA. ADVANCES MAUE ON PRODUCE placed in store or forwarded to out OorreBpon- uDd troulh Tor sale- novS-dly f Tf 5t rr FOKWAUDING AND COMMIB- aiuii curl No. 1 Burro'vvi.'E Bloc IOWA. ss. HESWHA5T5. imu 11 aeaortnioat cf Grocurlos conbtantly on cfieup fur Cui'Ii. JN'o. IJrady nuxt ty t In- A A a- 35 5- AND FOUWAUUISG iM Oil 3 Sept. 1801. Tho UnJly Davenport tlio and until q.uite tho only pa- per in tljo Stuto oflovra. printed on a Stuaoi .Power and He circulation IB thu Iwgoetof any in tho Advurlieora appreciate tiiedo lidvucUgoSj our columns amply FOR THK AHD WBWKLT. R M. PoltcngUl No. C State sU 0. No. DR. J. in tl-e mowat of lakes occasion lo ex- erciso .Ins small in a petty fling fat' we will take tho opportunity thus ottered to say a good word Jwr vcu of'lbe best J of Scott county. VTiiite has Uoeu a resident of JLe Claire sorno s or eibt ami hi ihat time has mado for -bimsolf a hih rcntaticn ay a mau cf correct and ancl ati. upirghij thoruDgh business useful and public-spirited fs a lyceum proposed -for oiitertalnmouL uiuler eteuinss'-1- is u course of lectures to bo guitf n for ihc public benefit is relief to bo for' the snlfcrei'ti by a turaadu are Utc. families of our soifiicraio be cared forduiing the absence of their fathers sons and broth- Dr. or as he is Is looked to fur not in vaiu. the out of tbo war ho has chairman of tho commit- tee for the feuds for ihe fumiliea of volunteers an J bus advanced his own rsioiiey yj 'taking thci 'county .wLich it are cash articln. As fl LOCAL MATTERS. KEHOE OARHART opooed yesterday fall dress priutsfc panta akirls of ati prices and hizes. Also bleached und browu sheeting bhirting and Irish linens. THE BEST and latest styles of votings and Eoods in the rf' IK ran he found nt No. Block. KEROSENE IMMPS AKP Tho best Boston a F nrlicloj only 80 ceols per gallon. Kero- sene a superior ivith patent only 00 at C. T. No 1G West Second LeOIaire Ron-. pnblic in various ho has equal Dr. White is yoangf -bardlyiyet iu the -prime of of an and thoroughly r practical popular amoog ail parties where he is KGOFP- Theso which foavo successful of W. Rector of Trinity Church of Iowa hnn beo r appointed' ChnptaiQ of iho lOlh Kegiuient Iowa at.Campf remoutt Col.l'erczel. NEWS. A Pair of 11 e J Captured. In a private letter received yesterday from Mr. F. formerly a citizen of this but of late yearn resident of 4 F Bullibger where secession- ists says tbnt a few cvcuiugs since bo aided iu tbo capture of two a third escaping well peppered them they took three fine Tho rebels were sent to Capo GirardeaUj and immediately promoted to tbe dignified employment of shoveling wheeling dirt. BY TELEGRAPH. TH s f Tlie Kwaiy ftlt ui Outrage fry. JSecfiK- Jeff. s D eath Aflirmcd. frout FrankHn. tho' Louie otli Col. Cbestor cumntanding tho forces in the region of arrived last evening frum that place. Secession recruit- ing marauding were harass- t'jo well compel- ing one of tho taost bim a arid H'Huv fail to mt-ruberof tho E of tbe Mils-calico Cavalry Col A 01' tbe Second Iowa Cavalry nctifi of the Volunteers at Camp wasf day FOK COMPANY. Mr. If. M. of Capt. ISrewsler'a coiu- on for si will leave city to rejoin hia company on Alootiny iiing. Any letters cr packages lor Urn loft this e-fliec will bo for- warded by him. AOHKT KOlt THIS BALK OK T. Fairbanks t O- .Kim Vruof 'i -Holly's Oliomlcul -Wo.l Family Ko. X Mould Mitroli ISfiO. dfcwtf ANU N. X corner of 17Lh cod JJrtdy Ji-9-dtf A. PHYSICIAN AND JL No. cornor iialii cad Third IJiivoii- Iowa. Dr. iteld can bo conHUltctl ut Ins oflloo nl nil boure ol tho day and unlona profent1onnlly e DIt. JOHN M. OFFICG IJd MAIN AND BKADT. Koaidonco No. Wwt 4th in tho IjutWdtii Uiifn rtiooutly occupied Iiy Dr. K ftonounoo to tho that lio hurt profoHhion In tuaJly tiLtcticl toiill WM. OF LE WOULD of Davenport and vi- ttio practice of hla and will carul'ully nud puiio- by or diiy. Ho may TUOBRTIIAKKS yesterday from C uughb to been uioro gen- erally distributed. Tbe ladies menlioncul not at all anxious to nil Lho credU thus anrl arc rtcyirouH that all who in Lho goftd work msy bo indn- led iti tho kind of Lbo cooipa- ny iintl of tbo before comniisFioror Cavalry Kegimeni. An andmadaat the requcbl nf nil the ofijcera ID tbe at Uawp of ling them .to bear arms or and seizing iheir property in a higb handed style. An exposition of one hundred men left Franklin scoured ihe couijtry for a caoturcd a nartv of fourteen prisoners end six horW and Grant Outrngu Killed i Sept. 5. Abe baggsige cuutcr tbo ilun- nihdi St. Josopli to the St. Louis' tbe following account of a -diabolical outrage on that road day bdure yesterday.- Tlie passenger express train bound Sept. .was thrown imo Platte Iliver. Tbe timbers of tho esst cad of the bridge over- tbat stream been burned nearly f.brougfa. Tbe entire train J went down. Tho engine .turned and and mail and'.tffo pas- eenger coaches piled top. Oce passenger coach was 'completely and I was ho'onfy ono on tbe train tint escaped u'n- bort. Afler. qettiug out of cba baggngo car I cotunicnciid taking ttio that were not frosn Cbe wreck. t Conductor C. Guttles died in a few has one Ice f A p i i t'f if F f If 1 YOH can pursue yonr usual avocations with- out Uindrance. The strong area tlio gov- ernment is hero to protect its friends and to pubifh ite enemies. Whenever it is man- ifest that VON aroable to defohtlyourselveaj to maiiHaifl trie authority of your govern- and protect tberigbtsof citizens. I aball withdraw the forces uoder command from your city. S. Brig. IT. S. fcd in Martin P1SPATCHES. Prow rcturiicdl on JloaJay forco Itft on the same er- unui und camo back in u day or all with a few YosttTrlny two vrcro i'Ont one of them Tor It rumored iliat of them 'was yesterday engaged by the en- wiLhont raceiving dainnge. Franklin r arc now some twenty hv himself tilled ff-r Lbs po- sition of aUehlotlicer. i their buL finally to accept aa substitute II V. tjow at Wafhiugtun if not on hie liore. The Jailer has been ci'tnmisfiicjncd by the Arijt. aa Captain of A. IIo is a bravo nnd eliicient aiiu boars Lbc yet four A on body P received nt ihc Run battle. Ho leaves i all wLoui aru wcic un iv ben arrested. O Special The reat borso tlic the Sept. 5- Tho of it3 has ubrni tbrougkuuC South Geor to the Poto asent' CDJIS. and J. O kiiicd. f-iio Jed were Mr. son uf Dr. of wlio was badly injured. I euuld I and oilier and reached tby wreck at 3 a- m. Tlif uxcitensent prevails Sc. in regaid to this inhuman outrage. CwrolJna. Four 'Sept. 5- The Monticetlo and Harriet Lane from HattcRis inlet They report the must gratifying Tbe rebels have abandoticti stfbugly fortified fort ac Ocraeobelnlct. Multitudes of North Carolihians baro demynstrated fcbeir Jojalty to the government by coaiing to Fort Hattcras to take tlie oath of allegiance. Col. Hawkins sends word that be admin- istered rlic oath to between 300 and 400 in a single .day. htvctntT Pawnee still Jies in the In- wlio was badly injured. I cuuld and tbo SasqueJianna on the tDo rismcs of all the passeagcre. Tho SaMjueiiftona ran down to Ocracokt wont_io St. Juscpfcjgot ais.cjigiud and fuund tbe fortificatiuos there furtiifc A of SJ. Joe ycpt- 5. Tbe account of tbe and have M on iht the attack v find to that an vj uon the vf ibe rebel pirates. Mr. British COUMII at writes to Lis friends in luiS tbat clletrt ot is ft-lt with verity every week. The-Suntiiern were bitterly laiscncing their dition. con- reached its climax day. Tbe vast inclosurs was there. g at one r-iino wvur IIUtOOO upon In tbe 'trial ol speed bcU-reeu trotting stftlUons 4 years old and upvrunK Mrst prornuun Tbe sec- a good military poyiiion or to coutnnud of this and Co. A will BOOH brcomo as much attached to hiui Uu'y are to Jiis Major Hattrti. OF UKAL ESTATE. Mesa re. Kent Co. yesterday auld a farm of eighty Iu- cahul in tho vicioity of for in gold. Tho sanio iii w for Iu wo bouglit and sold tbe name eighty acres for for nmv the Register cHlcOj and selling it to A. C. Fulton. licnv TO SAVK MOKEY. Call Kvn in going on vpry DttiiJiIy in just drum anil fifo aro in livply and rrcrnitn are coming Tho Ku hold forth at Armory Ciipt. liyucb'y cuiujiany rocrnits ihe a lore rscxt unsLnf Mock. In or Mu.scatinOj hi and ond preinliiai was awarded to Doug- of Fultonf in nnd In tbe team Hiver Paymaster of the Ji. and who loi- 5omo thuc r-t thu Niivy a ierribie Mannibal it raHrouu is furnished tlio Sr. ftepnb- acoko tbcro completely deserted. The rebels hftd riol away t a wliito flag Sept. 6. B. H. French has been appoiatcd of PubJic Buildings in place of reined. The riTcr nine miles east of -Jo.-r J Tbo was a nf and tLirty-fivo The '.il had buriivd tiVrfiorpi.Mtb the track until hut lirUe raoro thnn their own wuiidit.. the rU'i- then cxtir.- a reached tbo Usg by iK' in custody at ti al lv lo iUo iljis mom- the nnd is now a from Ha otiVnco i disl o- and toulctlic time Tbt-ru were luurtccn entries for tlio o fie red fcbo best lady Jtt mid Sept 5- bt-s duty licrc to command nnbrigatlcJ rogi- inontn. UoL Tnsprcfor CJonnral U. A-7 Ho. Ki AlelropoHLuQ 151oclc. Ho ng ficsh and beautiful good-s nt tbe iit rales. initd your very ami recollect the cumber Metropolitan Block tlio place whrro really gooU can bu had. VLACQ FOR A A ger on tho tram from yesterday mor- says when tho caw reached Otta- a carpet-bap was discovered containing a g apparently about three old. The child was brought aa fiirasMolincby tho whom our informant lost track of it. foand at all at the Lt Cliilro when O FFICE ON WEAKLY OppOalto thii A. H. r.oriifir of J. J. M. BSutb-cuHt oornor of Torry and liiuth IGKATIUW AND ACCOUOIi- EOR. E. Oortior of nnd Second over U. n. HniitliM Variety atoro. J. 0. P. 0. TV. M'fliRH. U. D DItS. FA.UKJSR PHYSICIANS AND SURQKONS. in Koorn Fnmkltn Jlrady HcconJ und Davonpurt. Dr. Fnrker'fl of Ixinth and utrouU. aCani' Ctid houao from corner ot flidoof KXfiW OAiNLpUS TO AKD PROM THE tor loAvfug for Le K Ann One JDoNnr pur fa illy L.K OKNER MAIN SECOND for diHtireiiL points In the country Icsvo from thin IHHIPO. GILLKTT A ProprlMow XV AHCiUTECT AND SUPIJBLNTPNPKNT of Public or Private floor in Oomnitirfiinl Second H uu a. earner o K AND Shop on nlluy i4Uir uf OUioo mid Le Bouue. attended to with dtf HDWAUB C T A N BUILDER Oo'atoa Brady ft. WHOLESALE AND 21BTA1K DEALHitS in Gil JUJL1U.S EALBR ASlV JIAiNUFACTUKIiU OF POJl No. 48 Second near Main. M C. H. ANUFACTTTRER DBAI-BB IN We arti requested by tbo commitlro of arrauoeuients lo nxtcod a apccutl inviULion to the rcLiirucd of tbe 1st Regiment of Iowa to present ami participate at the to bo given Lho aoMiera at 12 o'clock at Gump McCtallan. We hope tbat not one of tlidmt who is to will be absent on that i to tliore is tljo roovuiLiny ollico for Lho regular u Capto. AMofcUU Guelich arc both endeavoring raise UIPIJ for service. Littlor bas as wo have KifttroiifMj mm ncrc recruiting And wu iiolicu a hamibiil polled up calling for 500 not 5 r'ort ft nnd fur Lho 1st regiment U. Lancers npplicution Lu bo mado to Major Tedfuni or CiDnrLnrmaHtfr Snytlor at JtnrHugtoiu h aflurdcJ op- pdrtunHioy to nil patriolicaUy disposed to strike for the Union and liberty. FIELD to joia u company of cum- pnsrd of one ImnJred ami fifty and tis1 fit-Id to bo attachcfl lo ihn nro iuvitod to moot at ollica of f Nickolls this evening at 7 12 Wo aro glad to of this fur been appuifituiJ of staft. The Washington tboro are liovr no robol Uuopa at exempt picket Half way Fairlax Uouit and Falls Church there arc tho remains of three South lir.a reduced to half their Tuunhcr hy gentleman lately arrived of luyalty experence far durin tho war I.ETTKII which we publish on the Inside to-day in reference to the jegiHlaUra nominees of tbo late Itepublicftn Onnveution in this county was written by a gentleman well ca- pacitated from his connection with them in the legislature to judge of their merits as men and Ici-ialaLors. Tho compliments aro are pre-eminently fit for the positions to they bare been nominated. Mons AKRIVALS. Capt4 a connmny of Cavalry L I sixl.y-cight moro to arrived born belore yratcrday In from Juckbon The c-J3Iaok Plurae arrived from Clin- ton by HLHimcr the iatne day. number and Avill add niaDy'iuorc to number in a few Clinton county that Hold biUcuoa and uiiiiler UKI nioyt o arms uf tlio hcrrior. pay of rH rtiul is better Ibjiri in nny other arm in. the tho oppurtnuitiea for diMLinction moio owing to tho fact Lbat artillery plavM thi- cunr.picuous iu every Thr of this aa it forinsl will ho at oscts placed in caiiipa under instructurs fur crpucially arc from .Nurtb Criroliiuij Kays tljo Union pros- pects in that -State most is reiifible Ujiionise. ijcbt in every and rapidly gaining etrengtb. A State Government will be put Into operation in ft few months. full of loyalists arc Tbo havo made extended arrangements fur tbo oU'cMtm uf imcmbcrs of Congress irnrn Pnnr XT ere known to have been ducted Latest ad- vices wight hp.ve been rloclccl by a largo voie. Tlittir cortiiicutt'H will bear tho Oov- siguatuni and State ISincc the Fliittoras tbe North Cmultua have boon many tcfusing to continue in the rebel em- ployment. ary of sub- advert isod for sailed propo- s fur barrels uf to bo made from new alsu oi ti nf the Iho munt thy riglit in case to for tho samn in ircaaury nutus. fcjept. A who ruhu'ntfd hero a arter past ono frtnn ntiri The bringing iu iOO pas- and o'cluok at night. I Thc-bridpc looking but ._ length npon sJiis lu-idge tban somtj 40 nr 5U yards.oi ihe f-truclnro prcciplt.i- ting thu entire train into the abtss A the fa torn and sbuvcrl in carrying and F1IIK' ASSOCI ATI THE 3ATCRDAT ubovo FOR TROTTING AriD bft mr.i ba tuiitf two In ciM. The rr.ro will bo miio befit t lve- T ivn n tbe declivit and hurrin wore ainung timbers or out of Mit caii tbrotuh the broken pioccs ot leanin wrro run Luts i by several a v ot ivoro hy t.N nf the continued firing il and 12 cuiuitud Jhut time owr IOO fcpurts. of them in t-bo vicinity jMmtiUirs j others the Lo the a nu hour over Fort balloon was uij nnil on ii.a being a bright calcium light was exhibited iVom a high ruul it. u-ilh rrughtj- sLitJ ulbers cut. of i wbiic wuuntisj ond pre- vailed all ovtrr- Thu frightful tconc and ui pain wuro laingluti with cries H iuror. la lir.s tbo twy lust cars ut.thu tniin ivuut pttcbtng the into t.hu wreck. On tbrotfiug into point is about a it. TUOTTJNCf 1C naiuM b. C. yn tmrnoa b- rs. F- H. the rtinr.intf at will be M two o'clock P. ti by MJOS. K. 3TATK OK f In the DtetricL Ooart BV VIRTUE UF A FPKCIAL itisiitd froMi tiiL- Lrm Clerk UIB- of in favor trict Court of of Juuo bint and to ilio reul tiH ilic 'lay A. D. rlh-ociftdt foninmnOinir TOO thut of jut'D'iunud uf tho eaid I to liu iim or forty 7ft with d coatH-1 luvtfd Uiu f dn- l iu Tuo nf ttiti potith -TTCBt oitrtcr of or oigltt.y nortii of number of the 5th j- 'ti the colors white and bhiu boing 1 lout a bulf in only thrt-c visible at a distance ul little ilr. AV. bUperiiitondont of U. S. mail ami Jmuiediutcly upon tbo light being ex touilurd adsisirincc to cuishcd the couiutonci'd. The occa- The icinaiodurof thoso whu LJ I of llu1 Jinog id uot yet ascertained. I iverti -not kulcii uutrightj boing so disabled b'pwuil tho N 4 I bo af'k-r duilig all thyt The Treasury. litipartmL-nt has to I for tbosc requiring imtu-jdiatc aft- JMr. at luft cbe 000 hucn uiade to tbu popular wix-ck to go to Sr. Juo foriiiudicai utii- luan. er lie walked uf fho And I lianriiy ttivu jiublle notiin1 that I elmll for at pttltiio itt tho Couritaoujju dour In city of Jowut ou iho oi' 1861. tbo l_ r t r _ uf 9 rfcicck u. a'clcos of itiilo to ccmtficncu sit Lhu hour of LTTO o'clock m. of friM tuuj 1 u-iU bC'H to and bi-Jder thurbfor in tho aboru dt'i-crlboil PiiUlcUsnt thoroof to lisittFfy tho ubovo thfa 7t.li Jay nf I8RI. ws of Koott w Tho State Department notified the I way when ho found a upon War Department thut it must from he the remainder ol tbe journuy. granting passed to womon ami children who Two hui.drud yards went of tbo bridge to enter tlie Southern StnicH. iio discovered a lieavy oak. rtuiroiifi lie Tbo travel-hy way of Louisville ia com- Mrongljr strapped across tUu and two blockaded by tbe order of tho Uov- Urihcruii lie fuuuii uestliMvurk ernment. over sniuli sircum ou wliiuh applications for pawes South wore bud not us yet been no badly burned _ I .L 4 _ K refused in coitacqucnco from tho AH heen an order I that trains could not pass over or could not he eaoUy uxtinguisUtidt Arriving at in havo I St. the alarm wan soun spread the and although it 1 TKQTTINO Tc-Jay another conteat of Iiurac-flcah will coma MK entered fun and lively import may bo a ruaniug race also come off between at least five ami more will probably make their. appearance. The interest in the turf is revi- ving iu of our County w such a lare uumbcr of Hue huntcs will and of the national horse where yet prouotiucKl not yet exhausted of human war routerialj anil of the very quality. A MISERABLE .following item of local from the J. Argus9 a fearful warding and the terrible am- seqiKMices ot a life of sin'and Sonift two4 yours ago there was a disrepu- table immert living in AH old honse in the ITI the roar of tho oOicc. The oracled tliero destruction of ihe and Uio family have been from onn old inetil to anoihor. Among tbo nuniher a well known on iho alrrcLs ono who kept company with the and A irw since sho a most inijj- erablu in a filthy old 'destitute' of doors or of appearance of comfort. m In that miarnible cm a and rainy and of ftvtMi iho or- dinary comforts to which humahity i with no mMical and L. even a -candid in dispel tho awful darkness of tho she rtird the miserable dcaifa to which Mich.u lifo hers inevitably an luwft of bas earned ntr the Large num-. bers uf peopla will consrqitfiUly no dtuibt pa- tronize tho course uud iho Park As- sociation bids fair to do as well as brfusv- Thn Kaio tho Fred. Oapt- came up from MoEitroacyt-sionhnV The latter 4 had a considerable quantity oi fruit for well a loc of furniture. Tho AVhi Caps. is tho regular' boat for Mnntrosc to-day. TiiOfio disposed would do ivell 10 try lliO.Je i lain and Clerk aifl very ftyi and A i r- Y ni A. a K K T it K VIE OP THH T J tfisptiimbur iSCh S wiUiuuL B.trlcy nctlvy with an h-nr in Corn Id rutlior Onions don't for limiting into market. GhipmenU 550 Ar.Livo UocclpCA ft.050 Itl Jll busboU. rt. 400 Quiet ut 1 Nominal at DnUut 1'ruirie C III cafiro MarJUef. CHICAGO. 6. un improvcniont In market for broadninffa y In frolirhie and an barn riiifTored a the No. No. rod. i SC 14c.No. I in for No. I in her Cap packet1 for Tins litllft a very 'good in eights and vi. her iv to bo in at- tention' LO iho wants of interests- of A SAKE Sppaking of tho of forty for Supremo .Jndge the antl their noin ami Vur nvory doacrlptlon. No. 0 Urndy nor.r FrncU Aft or oxparlonoo of mnny tloa. Pariletilar uttoiuion Riven tu Fur HlaheHtcanh prloo puld for N. of wag by H- C. tho only del- he will-bo 4 day from St. 1'auK This line boat is one uf Lbc best ou ihti tho only a little more ii. Wu from that county BUM a and ono eminently fitted for tlie will tho cisara thai kuotr ing of thus nnd will noLUianKDow for such liburliod with his The Register la perfectly safe iu that bet. of Cfoarolaitil anil his Iml iajr.sUce to others will say'llial a num- ber of Iftrtica of.thtM-'cUy juinfd wilh as in housewives the anuiug wliOiil wora thn ladies' sowing of ill c i ChriiiLian Chapel. Wo tried to do our to- wanls ilio good and actort .afterwards a representative of engaged in the in presenting the artidos wo liaii tncdo to as many as they would supply. Wu thought we had trnale this fact plainly undfcratooiVbiii H now that we receive move than a duo portlon'of ctediU M. FORTE Jf. Sept. 6. atiu -IC better. 1.17 rod west ern. anrl UOL no firm. for Tho latest news froiii southern part I o'clock ac MVcnty-livc incJu MITE- is cfi'ect that the ding all the in ilni their tier vices and at Union men arc tor the Oc- j quickly v I half past throu a trniu fully to POSM plied with medical anil other nocos- rcwiTfrt liere- left lor the bcunu oi iho doubt the rchol 'i'lic wounded hud all uuej-gihl trom the civil uid have flgrcod to attempt I and were lying on tlio banta and an atlvaiiro uwm Washington aisd Dahi- upon bars ui iho nver. days. Tho dead bodies and it c lie veil that uuibraccd were killed- Twu weru so thac it was would survive until while many othm-a were dangerously ami liaVu tube id fully prepared for onemyIs trcops an Alunsun's Jlill uru in fiont uf tbcic Th wbo ireII taken care of to recover. Mtiny escape with their be s uiaimcd crry just been beaten in tt Ethau Allen. A rebel ilag was found away on board the S. transport Marioa yester- day. The Marion under charter by the und hud been ns property in part of secessionists. Kctv NEVT St-pL G. Flora Tcsinnlo was seized on tbo race hy iho U. S. as the prup- and crippled. if-a IfcUiiuoru She 1-id tnibrpiantfdid not hcrta bv to tue eiub-irkatiun oi the wounded for St. but was dispatched to which is cast of lor othurtcaiii tugo to the wreck. W thu names of the wounded wore being tu- i and silso such of t-Sie dead as had ivrs or utuer arncics about them by tijuy could be identified. BALE. THK STATE OF f In tho of HOOTT 5 Sbi. 13V Vf RTOK OF A SPECIAL EXE from tliQoQIceof iho Ufcfk of Ilia Ociurt of Scott Stato of lowiu In furor of Aiuifn Corbin and avainfit 20th day of A. 18iHt and aiu of iho rral mtiriLloiiod uf tbo Pai-1 Suliy or cuuuo in he ihcnuai of fourhunUrud swid CO LOO I Itivioa upon following in Tbo imrth ofiho norths quarter eighty nortfi arrange four tl-c lifth iG.ljl unuciptu moritimn. And 1 boicb iivu public chat I HlmU oiler for pubic trio OOUTL L'ortua door In thn ciiy Oi HcuLt. uii idtb tliiy Df Ififil. buLu-ecii tbo Jiiiuro y o'clcnfc A. ar. mid nalii to tbo Jiuur of 2 o'clock u. of said I Will tu ibo bust bidder property or to cutltify tbo above rviih tDtiircDL And contu. 0-tui thin aiui dity 1S61- JAMUci Shoritl of bcott Dow plain LlU'0 iu dta of purtio thiduulo untti Thuimtuy tho 14 h duy of at a o'clock uf day. Dttwl tbe day of ovut. Ififll. herllFof co Jowa. At Sate. BEING ABOUT TO ntraovo Ilia n-tldet-Co to offers Lbo following fur wilu to bo eooa on hid Jiiuai tho hoard or JOu- m. 1 Jiorjo iutd butfuVi 1 two-horde 1 umult farm 1 iloublu iturra 1 1 1 plow. Ainu 1 set of purler bed- WLLLLAM.U. IslLDiLhi-JTii. THE BARN OP THE on fciaiurdrvy Angus a ton hiuc uloLh djiAh And uf body Sept. Lifjsiifcr lite a speriai from says timfc reliable infor roctived by the ffovorn- the ileutli of JuHl eaid.fo have taken place on AFTEKNOON .'DJSPATGflfia County Tht-ro will lv a iiiwi-lhisx of Uie rii-uLt Ciuiuty In on 101 h tluy Hc Isull. at 10 A. vfiioo of thu ryt 5 All to lie uf at tho and C. H. sa. MEKfi' Laai Ceft'I Commission OI'L'V for sain tti City I'roporty to t t and 'Vox for uon-ruAMcintfli lo ami lUttail KAIiMS 3CUTY 1'or Lfl for of UITT BOl.i. Oi lcil lotnir nml u Sept. i. At tbe btwtral vices from Lccfiburirtiio rjere supposed to bu about 73OOU rebel troops thore. TLey are engaged in throw- ing entrt-ncLmentsat tbe junction of tho Little I'uad with ibe'Akxandria aucj Lecsburg tbat .ncnriy all negroes in tlio part of Pairfas arc employf-cl in woHr. An ee-xritnesA the 's Ferry a week 'ago was as A pariy nf Union scouts crowed1 the' took sefisrftl arms and fourliorsas. .Roaching the river on their'1 they to' let tile go. TluMiext'day h1 battery Appeared op- busiteonr anil commenced' entirely train passed u-eat5 thus provencing assist- ance lYurn the Shaw ul1 the 1st Kansas Rogjmonftj and Lowcusburjr nnrf Sidney Oiark. wuunded. arc the only additional iuinos of those wo bavo ut present. NIGHT DISPATCHES. t i i t i b St-pt. C. Tbis af. 11 o'clock Gen. with-two .raiments of. 12l.li UK. Paino and cum- i i J oU or OH which nM covorud by and nut ou of toward wlH Tor or IfAVliVO A GOOD WORK timvchiiL-go fora gQLHi IOP at W. whoroiho bujruy isiylor ana tooK possession of- Kyi He ftiuml cession liam Hyimr iivditlmtiit pirts uf ibe A MAN THUftOUQHLY AC- QUAINTSD th.i Iu tlte vicinity of SAM von port. liying in cxptc.tntinn oi of the Souticrn tlie arrival was reported 3800 .stniiiLT. tuiw iisiaht. The citizens t'je rebel flags on tbe ar- rfail ofoi-r troupe Grant took pos- sefaion of thu tirlsgrapb railroad do- pot and martiic lie iViund largo us. Wo no artillery there the onr mus- k'efs On tbo arrival of'out' bat- tery the rebels .soon beats rotreat. Three days subsequent'to the a .large camp'of rebels was 'discovered to be in range ofour neat- ourg. An bomb-irthiiVnt soon caused rtheJs to tlieir quarters and go a mile further from1 tlio rivtir. Our ritied' guns then shells over and bej'ohll the Hutlvr at Uoitou. Sept. 0. Gen. Butler paid abricrvisit'to the State' attontion. lie probably of coiiipl-.-te latious and leaf lor the Southern army. 'j'iiu foliowing proclamation 'was to tbo citizens of I havu oouie among no f. an but as your irioiul and fellow cttifrm. Not fo' or annoy but to risjieet tbe. rights and tn defend and enforce tl't rights J.-C- WALLACE MANUFACTURES IV_L briia.Kof evury HLyloand nnu is ooa-.. htaatly ui ul New JBruily Uttitsii 4lli untl 5th nil-2i tho Union nicotine shortly to bo held a I of all loyal citizens of r.n enemy in rebellion against our common luis taken and planted guns upon the soil and upon onr. flag. Uickman and Columbia are iu his He is moving upon your city. I am hero'to dcft-nd iljis to as- sert and maintain tho authority cignty of and nothing to do with and shall deal only with arinert its aiders Fa'neuil abettoi HEAVY DilAGOON quiliod brnrt-i heavy Atlr- black blftck wcbblntt and was Uk'on from tho H'liilu un limdy fltroot in .front of Cut on laal Saturday ntaht IbUL A rouMiM of livu dtilfara will bo for lid BUinUiuiL TflO3_ WILSON. aopi33t Camp DEALER Divonpor'ti'towiii dtf For 150x240 with a good ofllco und ai tasted on tho JkM. fltrootfl. t a titoro on good siand for country Apply to __ Jun6 Fortes and SUPERIOR BOSTON MADE PIANO' O Melodoona fornaloat on at OJlloo. 2' mg to welcome fltal It' -at JU. 1EMTT CO- Pont Office r   

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