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31. F. DOWEIX, Prop'r.
SiiUciiimnx For Oneycnr, In advance. '
Pour Dollar t If paid within the llnt clx
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AnvKiiTiittMi One mimro (10 lines
le), t1rt .Insertion, Three. tjulhtrat.cacli
PiilrVtitJInVertlon. One Dalian uV dl-'
count or fifty percent will be made lo thorc
m ndvrrtlreby the year.
tj' I-kJ TcM'trw wrHtM nl rurh-nl ruin.
I. O. O. l'.1nckniivillp Lodge
immrFL i1'" uiioi'iffiinriuiiirincci
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yV..r nreenlliie the full n.om.. In Ln. ,
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If. Tll.nou. Stt'i,
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JACOBS, & RUSSELL,
ATTOUXKVS AXD COUNSKLORS
AXnSOLIUITORS IX UIIAXCKUY,
(Iftlrr niNMttr tli C?tirf Ilnuor.
Ml liwliie-K commltlcd to their rare will
V tirouiplly attended to. July 'i'.K 'fit.
B. F. DOWELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice In nil the Courta of the Third
Judicial Dh-trlc tin1 Supri'inc Court or Oix-
J:un, and in Yrcku,Cul. IVur Scrip prmnpt
j cnllecjrtl, Oct. 1H.
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ATTOltNliY AT LAW.
K-pccInl tftlent'sti given to collection
. Jinic in. ires, n
iny pj Mint",
GEORGE B. DORRIS,
FOR JACKSON" COUXTV. .calmly lifting her clenr eyes to his face,
rtmce WMi H. T. Dowell. T.-. "Von linvc nskc.1 mc for my reajon-and,
- - - nlihongli 1 qnrstlon yon right to make such
J. S.HDWA RD, a demand, silll I liavo no obj.'ctlom to rcn-
SURYKYOR- CIVIL KXfilXKKR,der them."
JCKMINt1J4i OtIKUIIK, ;
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ItrdiltrKe near tho Snth enilnT Oregon
irwt, January. 2.J8B4
. TlETER BRITT.
VJiofogiaiililc Art let,
Is prepared lo tAke pictures in every stylo
of the art, with all the late Improvements.
If PicttiT do not ph sntisfartlnn. im
cbargnt will Ie made. Cull at hi' new Gul
rn nu lln hilt, rxamlno his plclurco, and
SURGEON-DENTIST 1 V.
HAS ipcrmanently Ineatiil In Jackson
ville. an(lfiiriTi1ihcrvlce to oil tlmw
'whunrcd nitillchit teelh. Dccnylng ttteth
llllnl wllb i.itru gold In IhulHstliiaiiuir.
IVrHins needing nurk III hia line, will Hud
It to their advantage 4o ;lvu him acnll.
OniccOno floor onst or Mai.irso Jolte
Uam T!etam-art. J?J2?ii!L .
VUDLT SEWiKfi MACHINE 1
CllKAI'KST AXII li:ST IX USB.
Vor rurlher jarlk.lftni.H at Render's
Storo. a4 H- tho Machine In operation.
iJachliaii vt. linnd. lor nip.
J. NBL'UKR, Agent.
JacTisonUllo, Juno 4th. JP. "Sin
IValclimnKcr and Jeweler!
"On Origun slreot. flrst door north of
lirvuiRiio't Jncknonvlllc, Ogn.
JOHN F. IIOVCK,
AjiJCUaniiraclurcr nnd repairer or
ullsoruof U'niches.Chronoiiulers, Clocks
Jlmical and other InstrnmeiH. etc.
Also. JKWKLUY' inanufucturrd nnd
"r KSr :
vccordiui! to time,
Clrretiomcter nnd Waltlimukcr.
JsckmWIle, Juno JW, 18ill. jh"
WJIOLIS,VLB oud RBTA1L
X 33 .A. X E3 3Et S6
Dr)' Goods nnd Groccslcs.
Goods nnd Groccslcs.
Jacksonville Aug- S. fL "
A. V i AJLBEBTS
h prepared -to wanufactsro o -order, ell
Mnt i-ncCf-C HVntfi.
M.AU CbhUfe5 1W,U1
tiWriiil tiralu Sucks,
. And alto will Moh4 t pajwr hanging cic.
cwIK fcWfli s-ep aired and put In
B'wk Utu swve klnJs don an the
wv. t!Wil Vrrvis, !' eh. or olhiT ready
rf. j. r a. c. ALHKirra.
JicVswuUfilAprll.. "CX Hpl'JUm'J
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Didn't Know What it Meant.
Ho gave mo n knife o7,e .lny nl school,
lour-bladed. lho handle of neat 1.
Ami great Mnck word" on the wrapper raid :
"' "c "ie rlliigct little gill."
I mm film! ! Oil, yc, ygt thecrliii'on Mood
To Iny young checks cumo and w cnl,
And my hei.rt thumped wotidcrously pit-n
lint 1 didn't know that It meant.
One night ho rnld I mint jump on his sled,
I'nr the enow Mas falling fat :
I wn half afraid, but he coaxed and coaxed
And got me nn at hint.
Laughing and chatlerljig In mrrry clcc,
To mv linmr lill'rhnrifl lin V'til 1
-M.v ''"'en' ,0"k"1 nl CTC'' ol,lpr nnA 'mt!ca.
Hull didn't Know what It It meant.
Tho venr pacd on, nnd they touched hi
;vu"h a riiadow of di-rprr blue,
TlK - y Rave to I.U form n manlier grace,
To bin cheek n wnrlhlur hue.
We Mimd liy tho dreamily tippling brook,
When Ihc day wa aliunt cpciit
IIll ublperi were imft n Ihc lulhtby,
And now 1 know what tt meant I
The Onlenl of Huttlo.
"Ami this Is your llual decision, Miss
Slie wn n bennly born, that nwy-mnulh.
cd little Rachel Clay, with her large w!?t
ful pjin trembling with liltip, radiant light,
like n veiled cheek idnlncil with pomegran.
ntc crimson nn empress of heart from her
cradle up I And sitting In the frame work
of roses that trntled athwart the cacmcnt,
wllli white ribbons fluttering from her
satin, brown cnrls, nnd nub ml jewel 11 fil
ing among the folds of her imi'lln i1rct.
you would n!uint have landed her some
fair pictured saint.
Harry Cleveland was leaning against the
window a tall, linndsnma young fellow,
with ilmk eyes nnd hair, and a brown cheek
flushed deeply with suppressed anger and
Yw, Mr. Cleveland. It is." said Rachel,
"Speak on," said Hnrry, biting bis lip
furiously ; "let me know why 1 nm con
"They arc inon spoken," said Rachel,
(inielty, "I have liked you very much, Mr.
Cleveland atlll like you but in tho man
whom I marry I look for greater firmrifs
mid decMon ol purpose than you have ever
displayed. Kurnostness, resolve, llicso are
the only qualities that I caa respect. Do
yon understand me ? Va ynifinpptw thai
1 bl.mie jou (or tho lack of qual.llwtlom
whlob v."liich "
Rachel rwuid I nstlw lively, while tin
ruuneprniHrt thige on her clieVks blsr d in
to vivid Kcnrlct In sympathy with tho deep
blii'h Hint ilywl lier lover's whole fuee.
lie bo-l, simply, hkI walki-fi out of tin-
room t?Ith r Crui, haughty step.
Ijite that evening heot at hi window,!
with clenched teeth nnd lowering brow.
wnteVrog the fwy ember of sunset Me in
to the purple gloom, and noting the silver of
innumerable, constellations as they followed
one another over the blue-black canvass of
heaven. Rut the gleam ofrmn nnd slate
rslgbt have beeu -Vyil!nn Jaikness for all
he know or cared about their gentle Influen
"WfeT he murmured darkly lo himself,
'what It it worth to me now T What care
I who wins tho glittering pr! in fat.-V
lottery, cr who isrngulful lu tho whirl
pool or despair! To be nji'cted ood for
n mere him, too ! If cotdd only rorgel
her ns quickly ns she will fuigst me!
the fickle, beautiful tnchttiitirts I"
Hullo, Cleveland ! I'm going lo call on
pretty Rachel Ciay. Will you come ulong
Capl. Morell Jmd paused under the window
with his brown, merry fi.ee tuued np.ard.
no the dim cas lump flickering over the
gold shoulder sirup.
Cleveland shook his head.
"Not lo night."
And Morell went on his way. the fiery
eye his ol cigar gleaming fitfully ibroegli
"There he goes!" muttered Ihc solitury
miranlhrope, "with his gilt bullous and his
military tiro and graces- and it Is for such
. l. llmt Vt.-ir1il throws awav IDT lore!"
..SOynu'vc enlisted, iiarryi- saia otd
Squire" Clay, polishing the glasses or IU
spectacles. "Well, It's what I'd do myself,
If J was forly years younger. Ain't yon
comin'In to tell our Rachel goodbye I
I la veil1! t hue ? Well, I do declare !"
The squire guced In astonishment after
i'C vanMiIng figure ofllnrry Cleveland en
horseback, as rt lappcnrod otnong tj.e
tr'womler wtal Rtfcllcl wm eay, VM
hw nnsnoken comment.
Rut Kachel said nothing.
While, day by day, the old wound ran
Ued nnd grew sorer in Harry Cleveland's
"Will he Jive, doctor?"
Kvery pulse in Knck-I Clay's being
Bcrml'd '" P'n , lil1' . Mti ' '
Ilv scarciicti uic uuciors kiiiu, sun-urunii
Live? "Why shouldn't bet All lie
needs Is n little care, olid I see he Is likely j Cincinnati, 3d. The Timet says 5 In
lo get Hint. Xoa- don't, blush up, my denr, ( on IntcrJaL under n flag of truce, rebel of
he's not the first soldier In my warJ that j Accra oiftSitlrd their totnl loss ws .1,000
has got n pretty girl como to nurse him, j The explosion under the hill. a( Petersburg,
and 1 like-them nil the better for It. Give ' 200 ri-ct long and o: reel wide. Spe
him the lirnught when he wakes, nnd keep ciullnthe 7'ituyir, from Chambcrsburp
he bandaffc on his forehead. He'll prob Ihc 3.1, snjs the light of n large fire, In
ibly carry nn ugly scar to I1I3 grave, but sonthwest direction, Is visible nl that place
hat will be Ihc worst of It." .
The rncil old man Irnllrd brkklr ilwnv
lo the iiot "case," while Rachel, kneeling
down beside the low Iron bnlstrail, cried
tears of Intense thankfulness that Harry
Cleveland would not die.
Rachel ! I nm not dreaming, surely
yet It was but n moment ngn wp made
that cavalry charge on fixed bayonets!"
Ills large, unnaturally brilliant eyes
wandered vaguely round tho room then
returned to the lender face bending over j property, nnd nil Hood's papers. This was cf a sharp fight, llie enemy rctrcatetl.
him. i near Newman. A quantily of whl-ky I leaving nil their ammunition, stores, offi-
"H wss three days since, dearest ; yon i was captured, and here tronble began. 'Jlic . cjj p,,,Km, Cle.
arc lying lu the barracks now. wounded, rebel t.cnernl Ruhu was In pursuit, came ( Trooja were successfully sent tip the rlv
nnd 1 have come from Gleuvlllc to nurse ;P will' McCook, and n fight cnucd.cr rron) Vcw.Or!cuns, on the 23lh. Ills
"Yon, Rachel t"
"Ye, Hnrry, 1 1"
"Why did you come
' he nsliwl glooml-
"Ilecansc I lvc yon Harry,' the mur
mured, the bright cr!siuu,tnrinslng her
A strnnee lleht of rnnlnrc flahfd Into .
1 1nrry's eyes-hls puke leaped within the I
'I.veil me. Rachel-yet It Is not n rmtu .1."i.000 to .15,000 strong, cngoge.1 In
month since von relnsed me !' ,lhmshtng wheat, lie tukc every trnih
'Dearest, b.-cu.o I fancied yon wek, I busl.el, bssld levying lax for labor per
vaclllaling. In thcflcry smokeorthelMttle , funned.
Btldvoulmvp proveil yourseir worthy or lmlivllle, Aug.. TITo-day's Nashville
ihc tenderrst lovc-you have written your Vnw says : Anwertly well unthenllcaleil
name hero on the glorious though sanguine but unofficial Information lias been recelv
rolls of your country. Hnrry, because I ;l,Uiat Stoneman had not only cut Marl
rcfued you once, you will not nj ct me' on out. but had dc-rented Wheeler, with n
)()W j I os from S00 to a 1,000 men, at Proctors
"Reject you. my heart's queen! Oh Ra-j Creek. The rebel leader wounded and In
rhel ! how can I be rurc that this Is not i our hands,
n bright, treacherous delirium ?" Xcw York, Mllcrtdd't special says
She bent her soft clink on l.I-ai.d then It ! currently reported thai arrangements
he knew that It was no baseless vision, but , arc In progress tor ogutn changing com
a wcct renllty I I n1"'"' r the army of tho Potomac.
"Then yon did not care for Captain Mo- Meade not niNitlneJ, In connection with
rvll afler nil J" 00Jr 0,',cr command. One of tho prlncl-
"1 never cared for oi.y ono but you, liar- Il "'"" f '" M on Pl f our
,., I troops, which led to the disaster nt Peters-
a n,l .. C.r.lo.nl.AP J.nn l.i-r rrnwn or ' burg, was tho belief that the hill, which
purple mist over the 1.111. Harry Cleveland
came home In be mound, stil hamlsome,
nlllmucli his forehead bore n frosli sear
news lis broad exparsw. Wlien Hie vll
'agers akn1 curiouily If It was n life-long
nwik, Hurry onawered goyjy :
I would not lo it for a fortune i that
fnr ttiiii hip a wlfi. !,( 1
The London Tim, iu WuMag
war In the Unl'cd Stater, ys
be soldiers of more thou thtec years stand-
i.. fin. mvn vnliuifr.r4 nrp older troons
ihnu the oldest troops under Ucn. Urnnt or
Im. There Is not a rcjlmcift In either
romp which wus talscd before tho Spring
oflSCl, for the number of the small regu-
n r nrniv ulmost vauli-hed in the mass, and
u l. never been found ttrac'icnblc to give
It nnv material increase of strength. The
whole of this dreadful fighting hai been
done by volunteers, ond volunteers without
as roueh trailing as our own riflemen. Yet
these raw rompauics, without profeional
spirit or rrginiMitnl traditions, ulth cap -
'Therelslmrdrya'rpgr.lnr'batlalllonln,''"-!. aee ". -..- -
,1,p whole r-T the numerous host, which are completely routed Iho enemy, capturing
eon.endlng will, rurj, ....paralleled reroeily l H.ons. great maoy wgons, and a
and rHoIui1n. The 'veteran,' who arc ne- vwl amount of plunder, s.o.eu ron, I ...
. . . Ur....nn1 Tl.pnifflir nre In full retioat to-
..mlmm vanok-eiKOl. ranrm IIV tlOMHIII lIV. V"
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Inlrmsnaichidfrom lhccoun!croftlicstort,jycry cw wcr0 found alive. Of those
mid with generals flho wcro attorneys a i,rou,t 0way, who wcro ulive, several
few months ago, arc fightlnn mIU) as much ' i,ave .inc0 died.
heroism oud obstinacy as Napoleon'a Old
Guard or Germany's bravest warriors ! I
There may bo littlo sclenco In the business,!
but or all that makes soldiers there Is as
much as In any war-ot which wo read.
"My gracious !' exclaimed an urchin In
XcwYork.onbohnldkHgan RoglW. car -
rlogc with Ihree footmen in livery, 'well,
If It dou'l lake three Urltishers to make
A woman in Pownal, Vt., declares she
won't have a telegraph post In iier door -
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drcn have it go all over thcconnlry.
lliere Is a purple half ton grape, a crim.
son half to a nench. n suuny half to
globe, and a better half lo n man.
1 wh-h.' said n son of Brln, could find j (jr. 0ii the tOlh. It ssys at Iho rate
the place where men don't die, that I Bright jj00,i jlM ,rcl1 fighting since lie look corn
go oral end my days Ihcrc.' j mand, the rebel army will Isst Just three
. . - 'weeks. Prisoners report the army dis-
An Illinois paper rays, "here lsj inan jo )lClrlcncj vMi nooA, , '
Ouely so dirty llmt 'lie aHessors pamuu
dowu ns 'real cstale.'
tjproklngol rising wljiW tho iark, Arte
mus Ward says he would prefer to -rise
UKrOKTKtl KXCU'lVKt.Y IWt TIIR BKNTISKt.
, &opposei to no nig I'omt 1 urnances,
UUlwlnniill. 4111. bpecwl -Irom
' vllle, says omecra from the front report the
, following : Result of btoncmans raid on
' Marion Railroad. Stonrman's forces con
sisted of Oen. F. M. McCook's division of
cavalry, composed of Long's and one otlcr .
urigaiie. .Marion roan WHUorn upj lira
and roils wcreJinmSlIforiualleft .'. fW;
the return, McWikPfctlUn7 Vlflrd large
MWMkumaBMV.. ,m m
wagon train, lrnmiichftrtiTmucli private
was routed,. ! Ive hnndml of his ;
command reached Marietta, and report Ihe)0rgani1a, though it Is not known that
surrender of the main body?3,'..00 strong. ii,crc troops have gono there.
McCook was killed. a Steamer from the upper MImoiuI,
The World's Washington special says : j reports that the Indians had made three
A rclicl officer who deserted Barly'a nrmy, ritlacks on Fort Leonard, and were rrptils
report that the cavalry force operating in (,i, (jr, glbly had left fort Richards,
the Yulley ami along the river, numbers n tlic Sioux nation, where he expectid to
8,000, ttmU'r Hrndly,.Iohnwin nnd McCons
land. Karly says he Is dctormlnwl to hold
IOC t I1IIVV Ul Illl IIIIA1III'-, IIIIU llS U lUli-i-
"' expecte.1 to take, and whiel.com
' m-anded the rebel works and town, had
lieen previously mined by the rebels. For j
this reason, the troop ootid not be foduc-
od to fintsU thslr work, and drwtfrallxatleu
eosm-d. whleli lost the fruit of the victory
when within our grasp. Tub' special i
rom Frvderkk, last night, say Gen. Kt. '
ly, It is reported, was attacked ut Cumber
' land yesterday, C P. M., by n large lorec
wards Old Town. Kelly In pursuit
lloth Iho Tribune am! JhrM't ieeial
If..n... i..i r1. ...111 .M...IX..1 Muniln.
mumaiw i.i. vv
Chicago, :w.--Jipiicnei iaii nigni say
HooVcrhas been relieved of his command
Dispatches says It rewUed frosi feeling In
dlgnatloo on his part, became of the wrong
done him In nppolntlug Gen. Howard, his
junior la rank, to the command of the nr-
my of Tennessee.
! jicaiSqunrlers Army of Ik- Puloinac,3d.
- Qng 0f rt!Co was )rnilljel by rebels,
' from g y. M.,to 5 o'clock P. M., to day.
1 10 Uury tie dead and bring ofT Iho wounded
gt, jjajj 3J. Advices have been re-
w, wl fron) thc j,jrtjui t0 tue crct that
. AicilcSi Commnnches nnd Rupahos,!
j nninbcr,ng ncary B nl0Und. ore commit-
)g 6cr0lis arcdatk)ns on tho Santa Fe
toad. All mo norscs ami inuro ur u..g ug
, to I'ort uonnru aim uu uoi, nt.nng uB
: to tM voiorauo oanery, c,...,reu i... .
a -quui wr u. ..-. .v - - . -
... nr mi (A nr inn iii.rr in nniu.
! ,lon ,0 ,,,i, c,,"8ranHi ,mT0 nreq ,r0UHCU'
land their wasons destroyed. At last nc-
I connfli ihoJndlam wero threatening Fort,
- w,icrc but 75 mcn nr0 stationed. One
mmrCl thomaml dollars worm 01 pro-
I ., , Q Todans ot Kart
nar.l, ft few days More coalmining
W'VII ..-w o
, Atknta specials say Ihc rebels ailiiiit n
' loss of COOO In the battle of Peach Trco
j Ban Franclfco, 5th. Private dipnlclica
'ray gold closed on the 2d at 2:50.
W ., .-. nl.n.lnh
Cl.lea"o,"Cth.-A-City Point lei I er,
.Grant went to Fortress
' under Rradlv, Joluoii mid
.4 r.. - a IT..1.t if uounpttl tiAfliM u
mf-f " ?H i'UJUWIU kiwuiu IX.-TJCT
Monroe yesterday lo meet thc President
New York, filh. A ppcclal dipalch lo ,
Ihc Utrold, from New Orleans, says Inform
matlon lias been received at hcadnaarters.
. . ..
Department of tho Gulf, on Thursday,
that Inrragut had passed forts Morg?
and Gain, which were supposed ,loc(in
mand Iho entrance to Mobile Rdyf aivlfwa
bombarding the tipper defctwcfcyif lhl
information be correct, tbesatforts mini
pecdily surrender. Tho Adrulral now ha
ix Iron clsds oil M6bjW$i.nd two mon
( - "fllhiser tcrdsjMpic bi
1 ha iiera coafiBoedMbrM davs.
ond It Is ex
pfcltJ jwj Dlf(
pected thcyj5)lLiirrider bifore the close
of next m" "Granger will command the
land fflrcci, which will occupy Mobile and
g'tjjispu tho forts If tnecess should crowp
tlmjiwvement. On the 19th, tho com
ssiSffior at 1'cnsacola left that nost with a
wnSjf force, and next day he came upon a
bod of about 400 of the cncmvV cavalrv.
titrongljr cntrcnchnl nl Fort Hudion. Af
rcp0riHl that the rebels ore ndvancing on
have an engagement.
St. Imis, Gtli. A dispalcb from Fort
Smith, Ark., sayi tho rebel", under Cooper,
.1,000 strong, with thirteen pieces of artil
lery, moved up yostcrday with the Inten
tion of allocking Fort Smith. They
moved out and met tho enemy, and after u
short contest completely routed them.
The cavalry Is still In pursuit. Our loss
is small. Tho rebel loss Is unknown. Uvn.
Hooker has been ordered to report ul
Washington without delay. The Commtr
tial't special repeals n report thit leading
Republicans ore urging the .'resident to
give McClclIan a command, nnd claiming
that recruits to the number of 10,000. will
be secured iu Xcw York by his pj;
Philadelphia, 4th. A llorrl.bJrgW
patch, from official sources, to jFarvry'
I'reti, has the fallowing nimccs iron, ai
toona nod vlclnlly of Cumberland: On
the nlelit of the 'Jd. heavy firing was heard
In the direction of Cumberland. II Is sup.
posed tu engagement was going on there-
It Is reported by deserters that .iniinson,
jicCauiland r.nd Imboden would bo Joined
by Barry, ami march on Pittsburg and
Wheeling; that their foccc Is not less than
23 or 30 thousand. If riich Is the case,
,ilft. wi nroHably mnreli on Cincinnati,
anj cr0M -,n Kentucky. TLe rebels have
burncil all Ihc bridges on the Cumberland
timuiike, and felled Ircci acros the road'
Avtrlll will paobably move towards M. '
T....Y n AnnhilA flftltn( ill rf-1ltt. '
Tnlsv lie. J.h.-A trllor. datei one
mite from Atlanta, from u promlocl ofilwr.
says n fire is now burning In Atlanta,
tthloh Indicates that n large nnmnnt of
...&...! m I KjIiii nntiittifl 1 1 Is lift.
the place Is being cvacu -
ntcd or not.
Chicago, r.ih Vague rumor ore In,but Ulh rim, a(il nM jcuuniake
circulation to day. In regard to movements ,,lcIr rprKMrancc 0CCI,si0ns. a. rtbcT'
of Iho Army of tho Polomtc. A pr rate '.,, fom ncfnt . u
letter, Hated ew or J. I, i.aa u.e lo.ion-
in- In itrsrd to tlw interview between
jraBl)0Dj hliicolni I nm advised, from
j beudipiarters, that at Iko Interview It was
' decided, for various reasoni. that the Army
Lf Ihc Potomac must be withdrawn to the
' , omh gido of Washington to reorganize
und recruit for another campaign. I do
not vouch for .lie truth l this statement,
but It 1 noolblo there Is something In It.
Richmond papers say Joe Johnson has
been assigned to the commanJ olthe army
in northern A irginia, Willi a view oi iu
vading thc North.
New York, Gth.-The missing of Mc-
Cook's cxicdUIon wUI not now exceed
suu in an. w .YT., i
poneu. is now coo. """ "
was suewwu.. a., i. ...-. ......
i j- st . ni . inn u -. ai m
1 Vu)r0i oiu. aieoroer uwinau ivpu.wj
i that she ws Htformed by a straggler yes-
.,,i.v. -..rT.i.nn Vn. ct. that a desner
ote 0slll lttj l(lkcn p.ftec nw,r Osltlla,!.
L,wn g00 rcbcI,( unjer Uowcn, oudu FfJ.
cral force, In which the rebels worobauTy
defeated. Resides killed aw1, wounded,
lh((y ,oU 8 grCRt ,. prb-oncr. n quo
tlty of arms, and ail their coulppage,
Iloweu is reprrted to bare, been killed.
No farther particukrs.
Chicago, C'j. The main pol-ils In the
letter refer'.cd to In my prlrato telegram
to-day, -were furnished for publication,.
The letter was dated City Point 2d, nod
says: Refore this reaches yoo. ubout one-
1 third this orray will be en routo for Harp
crs Ferry, to opposo the rebel Invading
force. Thc remainder will remain lu front
of Pctcrburg and' this poiut.
At uo in
obtained, rdiablc information llmt from
CMffinrtlilo one-half of the rebel
tn6n jaSth of the rotomae. and
amonuLJJffliB l.llkisu I iiconit
rived In this city to-day, con II rnu UnTstal
menls of this Idler, die iys tho forca
sent from tin Army of tho Potomac, con
sists of the 2d corps, nnMlvisMns tiuniicjf-1 '
ingin srno.ooor "
Ilarri'bnrg, Cth. Number of rumor'a
in cIrcnfl?on concerning tho rebel Inva
sion, but nothing can bo traced (o a reli
able source. W still hare communication
with Grecnenstle. Dl'patches from tlitro
indicate no excitement, nnd rrftr to no
force of rebels iu such chxa proximity as
rumors place them. It is certain, however,
they hold Hagcrstown. They advanced a
-mall force toMiddlebnrg yesterday, be
tween which place and Hagvrstonn their
foraging parties arc reported to have acted
wilh great brutality. From 'rumors this
morning, It (s believed this force has been
withdrawn, nnd once mora posled at Ha
gcrslown, where rebels evidently pause for"
reinforcements. The fact that they wcro
signaling with rockets last night, indicates
that there Is other forces In close pro.xlml.
ty, or that (Iiom! in possession of the town
desire to Inform the advance of approach.
log part'es of their whereabouts.
Washington, Cth. The Itiilionnl htitU
Vgtnttr, In nn extended crillcltm, pro
nounce Gen. Grunt's campaign most un
successful thus fur. F.fTcctual .nicanirra
liavo been talcii by Gen. Grant to drive
the rebel force from Cumberland Valley.
New York, fltb. Judge Russell dicMcd
that Gen. Dlx and his officrrs, for suppress.'
ing the World and Journal o Commtrtt,
mutt go before tho Grand Jury.
New York, 7th. Tho 7ritiW'i special
reports that tho rebels exploded n mine
under our works Friday. No particulars
given, except that litllo damage was done.
It Is generally understood .that Sheridan
Is assigned to duty ou tbe upper Potomac
Tfco JltratJ't 5th army corps correspondent
rays.: Doth armies nro entirely occupied.
loroaKf njfcrpM3'ra(ioa 01 mci-t1m,
and PcnsylJrnfarir? lTavc''V75raricnr
force, In proper position, to drhe thcru
from Ih'.i sidj of ll.o Potomac, In u fair,
ocn fight. All that Is needed Is compe
tent gcm-rnbhlp to .sake o-r forces avail
ublc. Petersburg papers My the icbels
brought into action only two brigades, Ik
repnklng nu force In front of Petersburg.
Ono brlgad repulsed wild a charge that
drove our iik.i, who could uot getaway,
over Iho broislworl.s, nnd made prUoocrs
of all who were left Willi.!.
Wushtiigtoo, Clh. DlspaUhes from A.l
t draUFarnigi.t. dalixl July 25th. say .all
, I ready far'wii attack nn Mobile, and U
i MtaS fw ! ? 6" nlo !
sitlon, vhkh Miej- will do ubout the Wih
InraimattoH tus bffl nvclvdl llrattU,
Union U8etr. plaiid uuderfiront Charles.
Ion. bv tho lebeli. Iiuie been ixehanirrd
1 ; , .
j Rerugeefl from rmlernltbug nport tho,
I lown uot iK-riimni'iitlv bi-Id liv either Hide.
tlw,. ... j amvtn -II cn-hki
of bfarjiig urmf, a .iu!t .deluehuient (is
still hi the wood, h)uV.lntfi for thoiOtwhu,
New York, Olli. CoM cJoid, (c-day at '
Col. Drew'. KxycMlitiors.
Ry Ihc courtesy of n geutleiuar, of Hit
town, wo have been permitted 'o ghau Ihq
following item front a prlvo'j letter, writ
en fifteen miles Ijeyonil ".'jurprlw A'ultcjr,
dated July 23th.
The body of the p- au, who was killed at
QoQi0 UxiQi , ' , , .La
1 0(d lrIpe), ,- ittu.
Co1' UwVrjd party has been out loo!
Ing after too road; they report ItASfT
. i . - im- :vr.'.
j n.iX camo lulu" ca:np rioWIHwfcHLi
0 strict, ou his way to ShastaJWjlQIW
fair specimtn of the croppIlco;iper
ore. shoirlnr; fair indlcatloMm'xold anj
Allen, w'lrh his wngonn left the coo'
mand on tlic JC1I1, an J sj.fttcd nrouwt the
lower ( nd or' ..-ririse Valley. IMug very
heuvy hSadeil, Le cuM nitf pvcl lie rent
by wldch Colv)rcw int.ndcd a vwi,
He f?Vil J& travel fire liraes as far, lb
resvb'Uyi'SlIoatloi), as he would, could ho
go wile expedition. Tbelf pr8!.
c?MpJi oa a, lake, with plenty of good
wuter jiW grafi, It Is surrounded by a
mlftcsa-1 toaulry, eoulalnlog a great deal of
ttM, w4g,oJ Micutiocs of gold nd sll
vor, The comky In that vicluily, h
vo!c-Mlcf - -i , --,
The co.uwwid was lo movo again on Ihc
'J9th. AlfiwipoJ health and ipiriU.
Icrvii-xv between Lincoln and Grant, Grant
nu .. v jjmHP
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