Galveston Weekly News (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 28, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 24, 1861

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10 a siasuaoth roster.
TheNz-rs JOBUincrlsascpaiatcdepartniciit.'umi
B ve liana-presses and two fcleara powcr-pre-seA.tore'hc-
with an cttcattWKssoirttnHii of Irpfflanaornaccats. un
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.SCPrEMBES 17 1EGI.
For CeMcrem 2b 2 B .strict.
Weoieau.lmrUcdt'Kcmoiin'e non. F. W CIIATSD
LEK. of Travis comity. ara candid tie lor lUnmecIa-
tire of the SdCorsro tonal Dhtrict
SSWe are Aathorlxctl to amMurico Ool. A.M. Lrwrs
ol Urpohairuasa catidlii&o rorConjfi0.. A-fiora
Uu facand Dlrtatttfiei the n w apportwnn.ei.t
WS4rasvunr.rSoa tostinoancoUsllos. n t. JIER-
toaMOc&iOBalDljWuof Toils ".yM
Iger COHcro6 3d Rlstrlct.
vrcareaBih-rUfflJKissnnCTWtbntlin l'.W.ORAY.
or Uo-5-Jiiiei.ciUir0ii:eforUe CnrcdcTUCosrri.
rjrUiBThMC.V4ires3-cal lter!ctintidiiIliecnCT
el act oalTfrtan nan-'r Mongomr Orin."Wallcr
Leon aaoincn ltnircn.Uobmsan. Limestone l'ierat.ne
T!avarro.UI McLanm. ConcU no-one Hl't!
Coraneht.JJaBalton Colooan Imnib Cotawell and
Wb on-antlmr.tftltoaiitiOiiacc XTtm.A. I WILKT.
of hum v 11-. l'a etr cmstj-i cndvl:ft!:eOon-jderat-
Cecgrcra IWirs OJcd liialnct.
' 2?"Ti:e traiaCdllioracs for Edgar's fljring
artillcrj- have Jrritcd w two tu.u gun
anfl more mi n.
J2?Cpt. iCioiitua's carelfljllfcpsiij- from
Harris countj canie tlowu driagTuiglii's irain.
They namStr 80 men sworn in asd SO more
rccrnilcd in this connlj by cnrallicg officer
Tan Horn.
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. "Ths Buxx&dsss. A sloop ricked war vc?-
ssljoined tbe Sqlh Cirolina thi snerniog
and is cow at netqr t.fi (hs ljsr.
S Onr cit::eDS may tea stmuio orTcsja
Halt by csilicc Jtwtbc store of Mr. Carncrcm on"'
too Strand. Tliis isUffeftirfloBlt .'icarCor.
lins'Chriiit'Omiis-cqniliuqnaHly to liwcst
Turks Wind if not Ijtltcr. It is piocnrcd in
lalmostnnliihlttd qnanliUfrs rrotn.ianna JJa
drewitaontjuiy other coat tban Hint of gath-
ering and jetting it info sacks. At J.avacait
ttes fccllinj; cl C5 cents per bushel while Lir.
cqmol salt tcreriorin quality is selling at
'three or four limes .that price.
IS?" Among the compoErcs lately arrired
liereTrom the interior is .Tie Butlcson Gnards
Capt. J. VV. flood. It numbers lu2 mtn the
Jbono and cinew of Ucrlesou county. Surgeon
B. 15. Kyan accompanied them. They ors
qnartered al the Western Cotton Press drill-
ing and otherwise preparing for active serrice.
3?"n'e licar or several new companies of
Vjluntcer cavulry iurming horo nod that as a
cjnseijncncei Korses even very ordinary ones
are dear.
While cuncitiicns attend to the cavalry scr-
Ticc we -would suggest that a companx of
picked sharp shooters armed with ulles and j
mmlc ball. would do gocd Bcrvice in case of
o land attack here
Could not a subscription oe raised from the
county the city and from individual; to have
& battery of C pounders cast at oar two found-
arics T Sopcrinlendsal fichola's entirely sno-
cifslul breech loading rifie ccnoonihould sUo
be in the hands or practical artillerists to test
it accurately and nse it when toe time comes.
It is ligfct and handy and he could easily
mate a' few more Its balls can be sent over
two miles with the wrUiaty of a rifle.
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CP" Marshal Wcsterlagc Sheriff McCarty
and Mr. frank Dcirks havO succeeded in cap-
turing a negro of Mr. Crayeroft' who is be
lieved to have been depredating upon various
stores and warehouses for the last ieiv weeks.
A large part or the goods taken from Lipp-
tnau A Uopperi'a store tnd ftojn other cstab-
listiinc3it'havD)be8a recovered. They were
found ialw vrestjirfpf the city.
o-
Gen. Van Dora
This distinguished officer is now on his way
to Virginia there to tike command of a larce
portion or the numerous' and splsndid civaliy
which is being added to the Army of the Po-
tomac In that arm of thotervice he Is thor-
oughly at borne and should the occasion otTcr
we are confident that our Southern Marat will
do honor to his native Stale Mississippi and
gain forhimself a brilliant place inthe annals
of the War for Southern Independence.
Gen. Von Dora's duties in Texas since be
asumed command bavo been very onctous
and have been faithfully attended to; opening
with the capture of the Star of West followed
by the capture of Sibley's command near In-
dianola and then by the capture of Reeve's
command near San Antonio. lie thon rapidly
and most efficiently organized Ford's and Mc-
Culloch's regiments fjr the Frontiir and has
since been rery busily engaged in the rautti
fariouR labors of his department. Wo need
cot detail them here. Ilis resources iu aims
and mojej have been limited but with the
aid of un excellent StaS he has succeeded in
doing much to place his department in an till-
elect condition tor active service. Not boioj;
an engineer or aitiliery officer it was iot to
be expected that he should plan oat for our ex
tensiTO and exposed sea coast such a system of
defense is officers trained specially in those
branches of the service would design aad
carry out. He very frankly stated thil him
self wo belierc when here.
GenVanDorn incurred some unpoYularllj-
Jrom bistimvillincr.esa to let the two line Teiss
I Tcalments co to Virginia or nt Ieat to- take
I - -' .- r. . . .
ttieir onus with theia: In thiuiuljingneSK
a great mKuj ObUtrr-oiu &uu exegeircea cm-x-ms
participated for the reasoriVlhat'it was
generally known President lUrii was long op
posed to colling any troops henco to Virginia
on the ground that they and their arms wou'd
b? needed on onr coast and .frontier and in
Aniona and Missouri. -
Gen. Van Dora felt acutely tbo change in
the popular feeliog towards him on this ac
count; but he must hare been aware that this
feeling was confined naturally to the parties
interested and their friends : and bo is too old
n soldier to let such considerations however
painful to him privately intcrefcre Willi what
he may have deemed his duly in so respenri-
blea position as commanding general of this
Important department. The gallant soldiers
who disliked his opposition to tbeir march to
V irginia will bo the firat we arc certain to
greet him there with a friendly cheer. Thej
wi.'l there see bissword again flashing in the
udrar.ee and they will remember then that it
had gleamed iu triumph before on the prairies
of Texas when to follow Earl Van Dcrn was
to follow to battle cad to victory.
Etc leaving Sin Antonio hindquarters of
the department. Gen. Van Dora was the recip-
ient of a felicitous testimonial of the citizens'
regard for him in the sbaps of a splendid ball
given him at tbo Casino Uall. Tbo whole
community readily took pirt in it and it ts
described as a most elegant fair.
The General's farewell to the people of Texas
has been published in another isiue. It is brief
but lull of meaning. lie took with him to
Virginia his aide Licnt -Keyworlh and his
assistant adjutant general Capt Washington.
tnOKSDAT SEPT. 10
GALTESTOI TEXAS COIFEMRATE STATESOE AMEEICA..:..TTJESDAT SEPT U im
10 1SC1. Another totter from h.ii. MT- nr i-ai.maJMatMMiMJtMM .. -
THREE DOLLARS PER AMM.
"Night before last Captain Myers's cav-
alry company SO strong arrived from Cald-
well county. 'They aro.a Eno looking body of
men and IheSr horses are splendid.
Egr Besides Capt. Hood's company from
Caldwell there is another company here from
Burleson county Capt. McGinnis's from tbo
western portion of the county.
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liCapt. I? Ij rom Gonzales has arrived
here with a company for service on the island.
BCapt. P. Macgreat is expected this wck
with a cavalry company from Houston.
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tWA. bale of cotton was found on the beach
earlyjesteiday morning between the cast bat-
tery and thoie held by tho Turners.
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9" We learn from ayasscnger from Hous-
ton IhRt Mr. J. h. Sleieht of the Orm of Wm.
Uendley i Co. of our city was arieated in if.
York on tho cliaige of being a eeccssionint but
on being searched no papers were found UDcn
him except those relating to budincsj conse-
'quenlly he was discharged.
VW Jndge K. C.Campbell was in town from
his place up the Bay for a few hours on Tnes
day last. He is looking in better health. Du
ring his viilt as we learn from ono of the mem.
bers or tho Ladiis Volunteer Aid Society he
presented them with' $M to aid in makinrr ud
rhenpply of winter Mothing for the Lono Star
C3T We hare had-feitiBUi3uii r maJe
usa to.wlietbeTtfir?o1)uHetrnonld3 are mde
here and nt what price? Vc learn from one
of our gunsmiths that thetemould are made
here at from ES SO lo.$5 00 according to size
and nhetberof brujior iron.
Another Letter from JtlusticII.
From the third letter of Mr. Russell's on tho
battle of Manassas Plains wcmaiclheJbllow-
Ing extracts :
n . j Wasiiixgto.v July 29 ISfll.
On this day week tbo Confederates could
havo marched into the capital of tho United
Stales. They took no immediate steps to fol-
low up their unexpected success. To this mo-
ment their mortmenta Imm tilr.J .. n.:.
of purpose or settled plan to pursue an lii-
gressirewar.orcven "liberate Maryland" if
they hayo the means of doing so.
And indeed their success was as I suspect-
ed uot known to them in its full proportions
and their losi- comhinpH. nsrii.n. :ii. it. I
condition of their army as much us political
and prudential motives actuating their le.-dors
may have had a fair share in produciuc the
state of inactivity with which tho Federalists
have no reason to be dissntiiled.
The-World sees that tlm N'nt-lh lms m I.
cd the Houlhcrncra at rebels we will not aav
it has not dared to do so. But the Federalists
have trcatrd the Confederates up to this mo
ment as btlltgcrents. Rebels are banned iin- I
pri?oned nndrhntat discretion. Their iia"s I
am act received; inp exeiiango ol prisoners
viih lehoN is ridiculous. A n-gntar blocfcado
of rrbel ports is.quite anomalous. It lcmains
to be seen after Mr. Davis recout hints what
the government dine to do In the case of tho
"pirates" whom its cruizcrs caught in tho tct
rrd handed of nrlvniivr imlirv n0iim
the arm raised tochastisaand'subduehasbcen
struck down and the altitude of tho North
is just now defensive.
Thero wilt bo ou tho part of tho one peoplo
whom .thi) American press has moit maultid
una uousca. eveiv uisnojilion to oivn rif nl
and to lit-toa to tho call for " time." Bin the
quarrel must hnve-it limits the lime must be
Prom' New Orleans.
FIVE DAYS JLATBit.
Iir. A. 8Y.EY JUinSOV AT IlICJlJIOB.
IlWOIlTfll atlTDUG OK nOiSEXCiUXJL
TU.VMiSSEK.VXS AT IIICKI4jV AM) CHALK
B'-Ul'l-y H.Y.
rtSPOIVmi GHELU.WOEUOLUMIlL'g ny
THS CtaFgDEHA'l'KSAT LUESIlUJlo.
(;t!!V. IllTLW i HOSTO.Y.
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3T0. 28.
III!
v. nmiocR vsu) cosvismox.
TnB BLocxiDEns. The war saitiug vessel
arrived toiT our bar day before yeiisrday ap-
pears to have taken up her position there
while the steamer crnices about. The latter
will doubtles extend hor trips along our coast
to Brazos St. Iaeo and back aiatn. to sea wlmt
she can sec. and nick un nn nRn.iinn1 Hmv
"schooner.
"ng"tLar fellgg-toiriismcn. Cast. Wm.
alone.
nn'
. El6-.:
J
hishand betae awai'; px-
inon. near cne i&Ke aca ana
5. Tribune gtflc.
MA1SOX DU NORD. lOASTOn-ST.. NEAIt DI-vtshiiri-at.
nnd Lake Shore-urlve Unlauc. ar-tlstlasforpeoplB-or
reananent;rpas6nal)le.
.LERTOST Kit. irSCRUf PA11K PRI-
iiniiiT. vrithout children hs fDlendia
for one or two employed all conveniences.
B7 DKABRnHK-AV TnC ARLINGTON". 1ST-
claatt Zamlly hofcelr-verr desirable accommoda-
Uons: eaccelleiit taple: attain heat; elgratorignlce.
11 JDEARBOHN-AV.-OXE A'EAVLX JFUBNISH-
ed rocua desirable location: ctoJ boaro: rearon-
able.
TT RENT rVriXISBXSy ItOOM. ONE OR TWO
Kcntlemn; convenient to car line; private fam-
ily. opn. Lincoln Park. X 2i. Trlbane offlcc.
Z7 ONTA1UO-BT- 7 MINUTES' -WALK FROM
Mejonlc Temple: table choice. Oimmings Honae.
LINCOLN FAHK-BLVD.-NICELY FUR-
ed rooms i i up. witn or wimom poaru.
t
ALLB-AV. GOOD BOARD.
.ea rooms; in private Hnuiy.
NEWLf
S3 -VEIA-WARE-PL- SCUTH
anft alnEle -room with board.
FRONT SUITE
NORTH BIDE ROOK ATD FINK BOAUD IN
private famllr. Adareta O E 66. Tribune ofSce.
830 IA SALM3AAV NEAR LINCOLN PARK
Jtoe room: excellent Doard: moder&te.
E73 Xaaff'SUPERIOR LARGE KOOit WITII
boara; 2 peraona: aeleet location; rels.
Motels
HOTEL HOLLAND. &7D-ST. AND LAKE-AV.-
10 minutes to cltr: steam heat electric llcht
elevator service: coiBice and acconunodatlons
first-class. Telephone Oak. 192.
EDINBURGH HOTEL. 2124 MICHIQAN-BLVD.
"-Suites of two and three also Elmrle. with pri-
vate baths. TeL 1038 fioutn. W. F. ORCCTT.
GRANADA HOTEL. RDSH AND OinO-STS.
Rooms single and en suite. Srst-class cafe In
connection: prices moderate. TeL North 077.
IIQTEL MONNETT. EVANSTON A NICE ilOD-
m hotel beautifully kept centrally located. In
most desirable sabnrt) of Chicago. Tel. 2SO.
SHmmer Ilciprts.
WOODLANDS OCONOMOWOC WISM
May 10: spcial rates May and June.
OPENS
.Miscellaneous.
AN TKVAUS OR A NERVOUS PERSON CAN
jlnd a -quiet home and the care of a trained nurse
In a email nrlxate family la Jtadlson. Wis. ; no
sthcr patient; JUchest reference given and re-
oulred. AOflrcsj. for .particulars S E63 Tribune
office.
DO YOU WANT WE HAVE LIST OF BOOMS.
A ROOM? personally Inspected every de-
DO TOO WANT slrable-nartof city. No placards.
-ROOMERS? Betah Co.. 180 La Salle. 1! 630.
BOARD WAXTED
HOARD AND ROOM-PRIVATE BATH
tlcn. c
BY
married couple; rve fuil particulars rate loca-
AOdresa c T 370. Tribune omce.
BOARD AND SINGLE ROOM BY CENTLE-
man in rrtvate family abouC39th-st. and L C
trains. Address X 160 Trtbnne office.
TO HE.T-U003IS.
South. Side.
TO RENT WOODSTOCK. APARTMENTS AND
cafe ii- tv. cor. Wsbash-ar. and 2i5th-st-. one
block from South Side elevated; slncle rooms or
0 and 4 -room apartments fuinlehed or tmfur-
nlslied; 4 6. and 8 room Cats for housekeeping;
excellent talde board $S per week- rents. J23 to
5. Apply at bulldlne or to S. O. BTONE & CO..
SOS To. .Sallo-st.
TO TIENT THREE FRONT ROOKR FT-TR-
nlshed or nnfumlshed: modern Improvements;
one block from L C and cable cars. MRS. E.
WHITE M0 Jegcrson-av.. SA flat
TO RENT-6T24 WASinNOTON-AV. 1 TO
front and outside sunny rooms furnished or not;
board optional: choice locality. 12 minutes to dry.
tO RENT GENTLEMEN ONLY AN ELEANT
front room: every convenience: near 111. Cent.
glatlon and Cottane Grove cable. 07 E. 36th-st-
TO RENT 2123 INDIANA-AV FURNISHED
front rooms modern improvements; also single
rooms. :
TO RENT 4100 LAICE-AV. OVERLOOKING
lake: larce reranda; lovety summer home: line
transportation.
T" RENT NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT
iwriar-T floor -elevator. 3H3 Mlchlgan-av.
TO RENT-4105 LAKE-AVa LARGE
small front room lavatory private family.
AND
TO RENT 1620 1NDIANA-AV. CLEAN. COII-
fortable; every -coavenlence: walklnc distance.
TO RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. SEA-
xraable. C3 IX ISth-st.. Flat 1.
TO KENT 3140 UEOVELAKD-AV
one or S rooms reasonable
FLAT 3.
TO RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
family. 3 adults. 5410 Madleon-av.
PRIVATE
TO RENT-
ctncly. 71
-TO GENTLEMEN. EN SUITE OR
; Bflwen-ar near Lake-av.
TO RENT NICELY FURNISHED OUTSIDE;
running water. 71 fioth-st.
Writ Side.
SO RENT-35 WHIPPLE-ST. PLEASANT
home furnished or unfurnished; everything flret-
tlass light and clean; large front porch near
Jackson- bhd.
H BENT TWO LARGE SOUTH FRONT
rooms unfnmiBhed; no housekeeping. S49 Jack-fon-blvd.
TO HENT-FURNISHED
for two men
S2.S0 per week.
ROOM. SUITABLE
for two men; large closet and bath privilege.
gfl vvaiTen-av- 1st Hat.
TO RENT TWO LARCE. NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms; modern; private family. S81 IV. Adams.
TO RENT TWO LARGE PLEASANT ROOMS.
walking distance; re f. 3"3 Jackaon-blvd.
TO RENT LARGE ROOM AND BOTH PAR-
lors. nicely furnished. 871 Wathlngton-blvd.
JV'ortli Side.
TO RENT NEWLY FURNISHED SINGLE
and double room: pood private tabic. North
Bide. Address X 442. Tribune ofllce.
TO RENT 173 GOETHE-ST.. NEAR DEAR-
loni ongnt pleasant rooms; oatn;pnvateiam-
Ily: gentlemen.
TO RENT-3C1 E. SUPERIOR-8T.. LARGE
rooms: also suite of rooms: modern home.
TO RENT LARGE. NICELT FURNISHED
rooms: every converience 257 E Or.tano-st-
TO RENTiM OAK-ET.. NEAR LAKE EHORE.
elegant front double room also single room.
TORRENT NICE. LARGE. ALSO SINGLE
room modem desirable location 35S Ontario.
I O- RENT 3 ROOMS. AT TOUR OWN PRICE
'SSI N. Clark-st.. Sd gat. Call between 11 and 12.
JHlscellnucona.
TO RENT-LADr WITH PRIVATE MILLINERY
parlor has connecting room to rent for manlcur-
Ing and hair dreralng. Addresa X 408. Tribune.
wanted noons.
VANTEDTO3iST-MFORTABLEAl!r
cove room near 47LVst.. E. private family pre-
ferred; with or without boaro: oath on same floor;
reft exchanged. Address C T 4IH Tribune offlce-
WANTED TO RENT GENTLEMAN WANTS
furnished room near Alley L with private fam-
lly. give location and price. S P10. Tribune office.
WANTED TO RENT BT LADY EMPLOYED.
room west bioe; must ne nrsi-ciass; siaie price.
i 8 T UH. Tribune omce.
AUalrn at Wasblnston.
The Picaynne'a Washington correspondent
Sjs:
IITII. a.J.I..J IL-I 1L. n ...
it. is uuucisuiuu iimi hib uoTcrcmcnt 4 f
lunj oieiermisca 10 cause toe arrest and con-v
Cnement or every person in the North wham it
can be satisfactorily proved is in league with
the Confederates or ju euvwav' aiding and en
canratinc their tnottmculs. 'This will wu'liiri
the arrests Ibatfcva-taken place within the
3V ltlirA
3925 Urand-blvd.. 12-room modern house: S100:
repairs tnade to suit tenant.
- The Equitable Trust Co..
"5? Madlscn and Dearbom-sta.
TEXAS lMKAdtAPUS.
The Clatksrille Standard mentions the re-
ceipt of superior syrapmade in Red River
county from tho SarghnmJ-at tho ratio of 202
ani1 i Rallous to the aero or cane.
Mr. J. Adams or Cirksvllle. mak sword.
of cxcclleut.fioiih and temper donblo edged
with bone handles and light steel guards ; also
fine bowie knives.
Not less than between 500 nnd 00 men have
gone to tho wars from Washington county.
At ueoajrjon Hint county Capt. R. Red-
wine has raised a cavalry corxipauy for Colonel
liocke's regiment for the State service.
CoUse Is brought from Mexico to San An-
tonio. Texas flour a choice article is selling
io San Antonio at $5 per 100 pannds.
Several thousand rifle and mnsket cartridges
and several tons of leid have arrived at India
nola from the Bio Grande.
The ladies ol San Antonio haregiven a sup-
per in aid or the "Southern Defence Aid So-
ciety" of tho county. Tho nctt product was
sow.
Tho San Antonio Herald says:
An ingenious German mechanic of (treat
expenenca in war mhatles passed through
-town last weik from one or the towns above.
i: ii J "" wiiii a newiy-mreiit-ball
manofaclured by himself containing
jomocomba5tible material; designed to deitrov
forts or sbippiog. He propose to experiment
ait.. irV. i "'ui"'":AaulnS sieamer ou Gal
vton if it Shall approach Within Slrikirnr ili.
tBce.
tW. ui.H.i TtTPtarKJyCTw-
Uxed andthesp.itisrcrnustbcthioivniipirouo
or other of the) combatant cannot 'comoup''
ifio.ii; nor do3i it seem a cao1n which rov
amountol 'juiliCoai brjltlcholdiag" ain pJ.
lougtbe fight. Now at the prcont inouent.
the ftorth Is less able to go ir.lo the -conten
ihanahewasomonth ogo She baa suOered
"urls uc una lusi moraii anQ.maier.-iH Be-
sides killed wunudeu and prisoneix ennon
crms. baffgagv she has lost an arrr.y or three-
months men who have marched. nwav to their
homes at the very moment thtj capital was in
the greatest daugtr.
Up to thispenod the reinforcements received
do not bring up the Fcdfralists to thestrenijth
..io. u iuic mo uui. o one can or will
llll uo
from t
the cam
who bavo come hero aro less than those who
have gone- away home by fully 000 rani: and
hie. And the change has been ty no means
for the bitter. The three-month men at least
had been thtec months unJcr arms. They
were probably nt least ai martial and as
reudy ta fight a3 the rest of their people. Just
aa they are mosilrequircdauil like!? to benui.e
utso. viceable thy retire and get ill-descmd
ridiculous ovations as though they had been
glorious conquerors nnd patriots instead of
being brokcu and routed fugitives who march-
ed trom Washington Khn it irit i .
ed the eueniy weio advancing against it. In
their place comes levies who havo not had ercn
luoiuree inomns' training and who are not as
well equipped o far us 1 cansco m tbeir pre-
decessure to face men who oie elated with suc-
cess and the preatige or tha first battle gained
and to be associated with rejiments cowed
probably nnd certainly iu some instance! de-
moralized by defeat.
The srtillerjraerr who cut the traces of their
hsrara from ctson and carriEgcj at least
knewtaoro about guns liiau the men who will bo
put io the fielJ batteries which government
o.t Kmfc uy at isst as uirv can; ai.d the
muskits or the best description lelt ou tbo
lisld of battle canuot bs replaced for a long
t-me to come.
Irrfact mueii of the Federal army must be
reorganized in faco or an encny. That en-
emy is either incompetent or artful: itis quite
ccitaiu he is not actuated by clemency or a
generous pity. E.-ipincsrs are liatd at woik
strciigthcnmg the Federal position on the
south tank of the river; but torts do not con-
sume eafuty. Without slout hearts behind
their tines aad breastworks abattis and re-
WUHUMdl.llllULUiU
APPItOACU OF OUI ARSsVTO 1VAS1HVG-
Tif.i. '
REPORTED (UPTUfiKOPs'taiUTEn'S HIM.
HSAVV Load Oimail aiDiie?.
UtUSP AT WA8III.VUTIM OP COAf EDIiK.
ATUAUVAJrU.
m "
GI!.V. AftUKItstn ISpESTl'CtlV.
KE.VrCIiY. UVNliU ITIl'C: IVrriTliiaED
Itl ?
TlIK WVltH SljwsOCRI.
OlV. JJAKOKTI.N'd W5t&-BAOU
STAMrJj'pfi AT LifUISYILLF
FKgJIOirTS I'ltlH'l'VsunOV HU0tt6LD
uy 'ihe i.ovtan.niawC
T'
K4s.vs itEmMK.y;cArn)ithn.
OVIEDISU.VTtB J FnMJrJK.n WAbll.
RtP01tT'ir1fKaAVWSfftYttV-t - Ir-PH--'11 leayJ caiinonoding
- a T;t" firri8-1'u't: beard to dayln the vicinity of f!i3 Fe
IIoc3rof Tueadiy Sent. 17 lgsi
The railroad iraiu is in with New Orleans
papeis of the 10th in3t. llr Cushiug favors
ns with the rollowbg:
RicnBOsn Sk'pt. 5. GeB! A. S. Johnson ar-
rived here to da He rante in; the Conreder-
rate army second only to A'Jjt. ;n. S. Cooper
as by act of Congtesgjjrovcd by Presi-
dent Divia. (.
Reports of a vagiio nanre ace. afloat of the
Gsn Jlariu Green's OonfWlri fn.nj !. 1
captured a Kansas regiment at Shelbina Mo.
..-.- .s .uu.s.tu uut ui service naa vol-
unteered to escort a train of cars to St
Joseph. '
Many Federal prisoners have been taken in
various parts or Missouri. They will be held
ror retaliation in case Fremont cairies out his
proclamation.
No news rrom Pxdneuli Pii... ... ...
thero. 6 """""
Tho Sonato's Commissioners are to visit
both Hie belligerents.' camps In the State lo
ascertain by what authority and for what
purpose thoy are thero.
WASniKQTow Sept. 7. AH qmet last
night and to-day on the Virginia sidoof tho
Potomac.
The Patrick Henry ia twelve niile abovre
Newport News. "
Foaiwys Mbxrob Sept. 7f Tlu Roanoke
is here. Iho Wabssli mliuvin !. h.r.-
Charleston. "
OAino.Scpt. C Gen. Grant (Federal) took
poscssion of Paduoali to-day neizcd tho
telegraph ofllce. and i-isned a iir.(damntr..n
urging the citizens to attend lo their busi-
ness. He conduces :
Whenever it in mniiifW ilmf m..
tO UCrOIld V0Ur8flvil SnJ nintnlnin fl.o o.
thority of the Government and protect loy-
al citizens r shall withdraw the force tinder
my command.
WAsnisGTWf Sept. 7 Orders have been
sent Jo hold Furt liattcraK permanently.
Brig; Gen. Burr of California lias arrived
nnd will be placed in activu service.
New Tonic Serjf. 9. Thn WiQl.intrtnn
correspondent of the Commercial Advertiser
FIVE DAYS LATER.
TUB WAR IS 3IIS50URI.
-o p e
EAO VCLZliatT O.YT1IE HE.YAWUA.
Spain Recognizes the Confederacy.
10 OOO COAFEOEItATKS AT COI.UJInU3.
HIPORTA JUT ACTIOS 6F HIE KENTUCKY
IIOCeE OF IIEI'REXKTTATtVES. '
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o.iix.c JJUTWKrTV ItnREvrn.va
I'LOYU.
AD
A OR VXD DA1T.K .E1 WA8ai.tTO.YI.T-ITFirAULK.
MOR" PRIXia TO IHBnUMTEn.
itElV TOnK IttlOr.- COXVE.tTIO.Y.
REATA(rilVITV IV 'HIE 1VA8IIIVCTOY
RAVVYAMD.
TI0I1C3 OF TUB SUMTER.
Kt-.VHJCKY STATUS TticT3CO.ME.TI0.Y.
m w i i
Hodstox Sf pt. 13lb 1851 3 p. n
By tho arnval of the Texas and New Or-
leans train wo have dtles bv mail to lh ism
and tho editor of ths Telalgraph hn dates to
Wini if .?"' P'enber 12-William H.
Winder brother of tbo Confederate General
has been arrested charged rfitb holding trea-
sonable correspondence.
h.u 102K' Ha"eDibw 12.'-IT. C Skinley
wnhbrold!certto-rtW"7e"e fr tlmPerinl
SrccxBamos Masi- ErOoTernor Briggs
who accidentally shothimself hasdied. b
CtAsisviLLi Va. Sept. 12. A battle wss
GfiD. Rosen cm n-r rrt'?a n vA.nAr
found Gen. Floyd with 5000 men and 15 field
pieces entrenched m a very strongposition on
riJ""'0 op' oalhe we'staidiof Oanloy
river. The rear and extremes of both flanks
were inacceasahle.
Tho front was waiheit hv Kan-.-?-
atrnnirdaehm-. -VT':;j'"-'c-..-a
a ----.wu. v. wuuicucraiex was ais-r
covered out of their camp this side of tho river i
"""'."J. 'ue reuerai scents-round them.
8al"ad fte of tt PrjPet 8nd long line or
Tho oattle opened at once fiercely. The
Confederates poured npon their assailants a
terrible fire or mostplKTiftoa-n..r j
.. ..MM buutiMwis nua
CoL Settle led several corapaniei of his
Irish regiment to chargo tho Confederate
ba tenes when he was Brought down br a
ball in tho leg.
Odl. Smith cngsged-tbe Confederates
exaoas. "raiv oaiceaeelaeuiK)aatia
Adverfljdnfl Kjlh
TZ&'3t?l!!.'ln''-'Pc'- IIvUeiitoBt
THE CCEZAS OatANAO.
Orders wlllbenee!vtvs -. e
tie worv vmimZEL "" uaza tte w
the 15tb bprirate expreas ttWcIi he has tbc eft CoL Lowe directly in front. The
waa
FiulnnT
lines and it was rumored that a battle had
commenced but lioUiiuir Jreliablu Lad yet
been-brought in.
Kicuaosn. Sent 0 Wm it T!..i r....
ty or Atigusta ta. boi ben atrrsted and sont-
jaii aa a spy. Documents found on his per
S0'1iB0f'r thRt ho r"a Ialel? B cIfk n the Fed
r YtT i'spaf'ntBt. Uo bad also passes
Signed by Scott and Cumeron-
iourlcderal warvcsstls were at 7 p. m.
onbilurdav. anrlinri! In T :... .c r.J
Alccon Object of their visit there is unknown.
Caieo Sept. 4
Manassas Junction staiotaat the CunMnt
troops hafi a skirmish yfstcrday wiih tho fed-
erals. Tho former tooipossebaioa of n hill
an important position aearArbngton Ueiuhts
The tederals lost COO the! Confederates ohlv
thirty. ' '
I.00I3V1U.E. Sent. 5. Oait. Gorsueh. nrilm
State Guard was arrested to-day by Fedtral
command for removing tjio gu.is of his com
pany sodlnwnru.
Uuinors prevail hero thai Lincoln's gin-
boats had fcbelled Uuliirnb3s Ky. on lha
sippi twenty miles below Cairo.
Mississippi twenty i
Hudson ilo. Sept. o.-
-Tho Eastern piers
TO IiENTTO A CLUB OR PRIVATE1 FAM-
My. elegant residence on South Side; ba danclne
hall bllllard-room. and bowling alley; suitably
adapted for a club: will give long lease. Address
w 247. Tribune office.
TO RENT FURNISHED HOUSE.- K04 COR-nell-av-
360. from May 1 or June 1 to Sept. or
Oct. 1; good location one block north of Jackson
Park. Apply on premises or to E. E. jdANsON
& CO- 171 La Salle-st. or 20E. iSSth-st.
TO.KENT1-A-MODERN JPJROQMIIOIjSE. NEAR
L C. express trans SCO; In excellent condition;
hardwood finish and floors: tile bath; every mod-
ern improvement; good yard. r330 MadUon-av.
Open. Sse It. Owner. It. 702. 167 Dearborn-st.
TO RENT MODERN HOUSES-
303 and 33 East 41st-st. S rooms 140 and ?45.
0550 Greenwood-av.: steam heat; i) rooms; $35.
372 Vlncennes-av. S rooms $2S.
IL W. CHRISTIAN & CO.. 171 La Salle-st-
TO RENT
4SO Langley-av.. 5-story aad oasement mod-
ern stone rront residence 8 Tooms and bnth: In
flrst-class condition rent tM. Apply on premises.
H. O. STONE & CO. 200 La Salle-aL
TO RENT-3238 FOREST-AV A llIODERN 2-
story S-room brick residence neWIy decorated:
a perfect home; must be Feen to beaonreclated;
rent only JiiSO per month. E. S. BALDWIN
214 Mth-sL
TO RENT HYDE PARK S30 AND 33: TIVO
8-roam modern flats with all conveniences:
rooms are all light; choicest location- near 111.
Cent express trains. Keys 1st flat 5217 Kdm
harK-av.
TO RENT S5fll PRAIRIE-AV.. MODERN 10-
room. 3-story residence: hardwood trim and
floors; rent ST.O.
OLIVER BOLLITT. 140 Dearborn-st-
TO RENT WOODLAWN-11-ROOM STONE-
f ront: " chambers; 3 lavatories; fine light rooms;
elegant location; 3 blocks I. C. and L; $55.
OWNER. 6510 Klmbark-av.. orCQl. 11B Dearborn.
TO RENT KENWOOD AND MADISON PARK
modern houses. C minutes to cable trolley ex-
press or local trains. 140 to SCO. A. W. GREEN.184
OOth-st. Office open day and evening. Telephone.
TO RENT KENWOOD HOME NEAR 47T1I-
st. and Ellls-av . 12 large rooms furnished or
unfurnished. large lot; beautiful home.
H. W. CHRISTIAN & CO.. 171 La Salle-st.
TO RENT-3219 CALUMET-AV ELEGANT
modern new style n-room rcsioencc: narriwood.
r neat nouse in perfect order: low
44 35th-St.
finllsh. hot YvatRr hnat
renL E. E. BALDWIN
TO RENT-3312 CALUMET-AV. MODERN
house ten light rooms gas heat or furnace: will
be decorated; J37.0O. E. E. BALDWIN 35th-st.
and Forest-ay.
TO HENT-FURNISHED. NEW MODERN. 12-
room residence eeml-detached. 5131 Madlson-
av near L C fast trains: about S100; shown any
weclr lar. C H. BINNET. 204 Dearborn-st
TO RENT
4323 Caiumct-ar..
e'egant 10-room stone front
modern house: SOO to-ilirht Darty. Inoulre
Union "Trust Co.. 133 Dearborn-st.
TO RENT 300 BOWEN-AV.. NEAR LANGLEY-
av. 3-story. 7-room. brick residence: will be
put In thorough repair and redecorated: 825 month.
H. F. WILLIAMS. Room G20. Ii Clark-st
TO RENT-4S09 MADISON-AV.- LARGE
.light Tooms. strictly modern; will beput tn
first-class condition. LARNED & BLAIR. 4703
Cottage Grove-ay.
10-room house.
. 4
frama and
TO RENT
3124 Vorest-ar.
H. W. DUCHMAN. 3101 Etate-st.
TO RENT 30 WOODLAND PARK 34TH-ST.1
10-room modern house $50: possession now.
C. C. LANDT & CO.. 113 Adama-st. owners.
TO RENT 2217 WABASH-AV. O ROOMSrRENT
moderate.
OGDEN. SHELDON & CO- 34 Clark-st.
TO RENT-22S-234 37TH-ST. IKET 232J. 235
i7th-t- 431 3th-pl.
W. H. KINO. 21 Trtbnne Building.
TO RENT TWO MODERN DETACHED. 0-
room houses. Just completed on ooth-Bt. near
Klmbark-av. A. W. GREEN. 184 E. SOth-Bt.
TO RENT 3905 PRAIRIE-AV.: MODERN
etcne-front; 11 rooms: hardwood trim and floors.
Annlv at SG07. .
10 RENT TO SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY
partly fumlshad house 3G27 Grand-blvd. from
June 1st to Sept 15th. Owner on premises.
TO RENT NEW 10-ROOM HOUSES. 3543. 3540.
3551 Indlana-ay.
W M. CHILLY. 1C7 Dearborn-st.
TO RENT FINE 10-ROOM HOUSE. FURNISH-
efl or unfurnished ; 58 ft. ; fine barn garden. 4S31
Langley-av . or MERRICK 59 Randolph-st.
TO RENT 4154 LAKE-AV-. 0 ROOMS; POSSES-
lon any time; -S40. 7735 Normal-av. 12 rooms
barn. S40. Sell easy payments. 20. 145 La Salle.
TO RDNT-5207 MADISON-AV. ELEGANT O-
room resldenee hardwood floors etc. S43.
SHAN10.IN & ICING. 107 Diarborn-st.
TO RENT 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 323S
Rhodes-av.: 137.50.
OGDEN. SHELDON & CO- 34 Clark-st.
TO RENT HOUSE. 2118 MICHIGAN-AV- 15
nlee light rooms: will be nut In complete order.
HENRT M. SHERWOOD. 104 Dearborn-st.
TO RDNT-3133 I'RAIRIE-AV.. MODERN 3-
story brown stone house. 11 rooms hardwood
floors throughout: large bam: key at 3130 Prairie.
TO ItENT DWELLING. 2007 WABASH.AV".
SEYMOUR MORRIS. 142 La Salle-st.
TO RENT 1 ROOM STONE TRONT HOUSE.
3740 Forest-av.
TO RENT 3016 CALTJMET-AV. $25: IMMEDI-
ate possession. LASHER & SON. 103 S. Water.
West Side.
TO RENT 278 WARREN-AV- 8-ROOM MOD-
ern brown stone front dwelling very deslrabls
S30. Apply to W GRAY BROWN SOS West Mad-
Ison-st. Phong W. 279.
TO RENT-10-R. RESIDENCE. 25X48 FT.; LOT
50x101 tt barn: J30 per mo.: wilt sell for SJ.OOu
and allow half on purchase. F. M. KIDDER
owner. 5320 Indlana-st . Austin.
TO RENT 443 WASHINGTON-BLVD.. ELE-
gant IS-rcora steam-heated houBe; laundry tubs.
porcelain baths: hot water all the year: splendid
location for roomers.SCOTT.4bS. Clark-atjRVT.
TO RENTGOOD 10-ROOM HOUSE WASHING-
tOl-bIVd.
JACKSON BROTHERS. 571 W. MadUon-st.
TO RENT 445 WASHINGTON-BLVD.. 13
rooms furnace. S75
OGDEN SHELDON & CO.. 34 Clark-st.
T
TO RENT 1M5-7 HARRISON. MODERN 8-R.
honin. 530: 2!l Lexington -r. house and barn
tio. H. W CHRISTIAN & CO. 371 La Ealle-at.
TO RENT 403 W. CONORESS-ST.. 0-ROOM
houFe modern conveniences.
JACKSON BROTHERS 571 W. Madlson-st.
TO R-.NT 471 WASHINGTON-BLVD. NEAR
rdtn-av. sione iront nouse m rooms.
A. BlaBnAW s w. n n aanington-st.
TO RENT-432 S. OAKLET-BLVD.. 7-R. HOUSE;
-will put In good order; only 330. C. H. MULLI-
KEN. 108 Dearborn-st
TO RENT SB WARREN-AV.. FURNISHED
house 11 rooms brick; S50; good repair. Call
after 4 p. tn. or telephone Ashland 341.
TO RENT 133 TEORIA-ST. NEAR ADAMS 0
room cottage; easy hattr. etc.; ?20j wide lot.
TO RENT 2S2 SACRAMENTO-AV. BRICK
cottage. 315. LASHER ft SON. 193 & Watcr-st.
TO RENT 24 JACKSON-PLACE S-ROOM MOD-
ern brick perfect order. S23. Key at IS.
TO RENT FINE 8-ROOM HOUSE. ALL MOD-
era conveniences. 2S3 Irrtne-ar.
3-j .It must be that the Confederates aro defi-
cient in tho iBcimi or transport or in actual
.eJ-r. 4-al-.jttarlr.jalualiuB ol-cl.....
TO RENT "2 GARFIELD-AV. NEAR LIN-
coln Park. 3-story stone front 9-room residence:
open tor Inspection; rent reduced to 340 month.
if. F. WILLIAMS. 020. 07 Clark-st.
TO RENT-O-ROOM MODERN HOUSE CLOSE
to Lincoln Park south tndl : 018 Wells-sL 715
N. Park-ar. Furnace hot water gas range.
TO RENT 2001 KBNM6ltE-AV.. EDGEWATER.
modern 10-r. residence "with 100 ft. of ground.
H. H. BANFORD. 103 Dearbom-st.
TO RENT FOR SUMMER. 10-ROOM FUR-
nished house three. blocKs Lincoln Park: good
barn. MORRIS & WINN. 84 Adams-st.
TO RENT ROGER? PARK-4123 BOSWORTH-
av. modern U-r.: choice location; line condition.
Call at premises or 33 AdamB-st.. McMILLEN.
TO RENT 547 LA SALLE-AV.. 18-ROOM
house. Including steam and hot water; S75; ro-
palrs to suit tenant: owner at 549.
TO RENT 101 AND 103 LINCOLN PARK-
blvd. 0-room bouses tn first-class condition. K.
R. KNUDSON. R. 500 115 Dearborn-i.t.
TO RENT 4 AND IB BURTON-PL. 0-ROOM
houses near Lincoln Park.
W. H. KING. 21 Tribune Bldg.
TO RENT BYE. GOODRIDGE&CO. SOWASH-
lngton-st: 13 Lane-pl. modern brick 14 rooms;
$40. Key at 4011 Center-st.
TO RENT 1153 N. CLARK-ST. 11 ROOMS;
cheap: fine condition: new plumbing and decora-
tlons. GEO. K. OWSLEY. 22 Times Bldg.
TO RENT 68 -BELLEVUB-PL.. FURNISHED; 6
bedrooms: small barn; S100 month.
TO RENT-1035 N. CLARK-ST. NIL LINCOLN
Park; S-roarn brick houre. HEARS. 48 S. Clark.
Sulinrban.
TO RENT LA GRANGE AN S-ROOM HOUSE.
modern. 5 blocks from railroad: hardwood floors:
furnace: $30.
11-room house modern; hot water heat: hard-
wood floors; 100 ft-: best location; 4 blocks from
grnot: $40. D. D.'LYMAN JR. 100 Washington.
TO RENT 7-ROOM HOUSE AT MORTON
Park Hardwood floors bath furnace and all
modern conveniences; lot 50x120 to alley: $22.
WILLIAM W. WEARE. Owner. 290 Old Colony
Building.
TO RENT HOUSES AT MORTON PAHK.C AND
i rooms; rent $10. $15. and $22; 6e car fare.
WILLIAM IV. WEARE. Owner 230 Old Colony
Dldg.
TO RENT ONE OF TIIE MOST ATTRACTIVE
and convenient homes in Waukegan: SflOO for
summer furnished or $540 yearly unfurnished.
GEO. O. NEWBURY & CO.. 204 Dearborn-st.
TO RENT AT NORWOOD PARK; 23 MInT
ride: beautiful residence modem improvements:
large grounds and Btablo: pure water. JAMES A.
M1LLER.'129 So. Cllnton-st
TO RENT EVANSTON HOUSES. $20 TO $50
F. P. VOSE. 1240 Marquette Bldg.
Snxnmcr ncsorts.
TO RENT WYCHMERE SEASHORE COT-
TAGES. WTCHMERE SEASHORE COTTAGES.
Cape Cod Harwich Mass furnished like homes
wldo piazzas bathrooms set tubs; careful sani-
tation; cool healthy climate; abundant pure water
by windmills: forest country directly on seashore;
delightful bathing: no tramps; circular. J.. 71 D.
STth-st. New Yorlt
-Jlf!'iyil-..W(DViJ'.RliM.J
10 AlliN U TJS HX t ROAD DOWN-TUWN.
MAHOGANY FINISH. White enamel bedrooms.
MARBLE BATHROOMS. Narrow ool. oak floors.
i ALL FRONT FLATS: llthC outside rooms.
MARBLE RECEPTION CORRIDOR flnelrfur-
nlshed. richly decorated tn tapestry with raised
metallic relief -work.
CARVED CONSOLES AND SIDEBOARDS.
CONVENIENCES: Steam heat hot water
'phone janitor service storage and bicycle rooms.
jicy-i-s: i io oi. vpen xor inspection
of the railroad Tiridgp ovBrfhe flatte river
on iho Hannibal nud St.JoscpU road wero
nearly burned through the; enpne a bag-
gage cars and two passenger cars bound
vest were precipitated into the stream.
jdany persons were killea and wonnded.
New York Hept 6. T;lie celebrated rac-
ing mare Flora Temple has been seized by
tho Government as being's Maryland Sjcccs-
cessionisl's property.
Tho ship Marion has also been seized.
Bockvili.tj Sept. G. Bv latest advices 7000
I Confederates were at leesburir rapidly
throwing tip cntrenchmoijts. Their pickets
line the Potomac and guard the fords.
Bostos Sept. C Gen. -Butler of the Fort
Hattcras expedition is hero and will ad-
dress a " Union" meeting at Faucul Hall
to-night
Fbakkfort KV.Scpt. 5 Go V.Harris of
Tcnn. telegraphed yesterday to GoV.'Mac-
Gotlin that a body ot TchruisSec.ios bid oc-
cupied and r.re fortifying Hickman kdiI
Chalk BlulTs Ky. Gov. II. expresses i.
disapprobation of tlie proccodinjr.
..- -. I . . . " . Ml
Mlwnij Mrrmtlcil to a.STiC .- i h
frlcerators. etc: all rooms exfta jAt el
$40 to $47.60 worth $75. 6S10 I?
one block 5Sth-st. station Alle
these and ring us up. NEWlit
Dearborn. Tel. Central 1050.
Tlirt Filprnl cw tiAof T
lor and Georgetown sent hence when off
Hic-iman. Kentucky. cavasypH thn Cnnfmlirate
.4 -!-.. -' ? v. : : -:
nicttuicr xanaec. snnnnrtml hr two shnti ht.
Jeries. The Federal boati fired 20 shot and
retnrncd to Cairo uninjured.
Sr8ACMKN. Y. Sept. 5. Herman J.Ked-
iield iseltclcd permanent chairman of the De-
mocratic State Convention. Both the Mozart
and Tammany Ilall New York City delega-
..wMd iiu.c scu.e U33HDg a TO(OS.
ST. LOOIS. Sent 5. Prinri. Nnrntivin anA
anite havo arrived here. Gen- Fiemont had
piepared a Krge escort to receive Irm but he
avoided it and slipped quietly to hii hotel.
WAsni.vaTOY Sept. 5. The steamship B B.
Ford has arrived at the Nary Yard. Her cap-
tain 1st and 2d mates boatswain a-d carpen-
ter were arrested aud double chained. Charge
against them unknown.
Skirmishing oceurred near Bailej's before
daylight yesterday. The Confederates wore in
force.
They came from Munson Hill nnd drovo
in the t'ederai pickets. At 4 r. jr. the Fed
eral? again held the Cross Roads.
WjsmsQTOjf Sept. J. Tho War Depart-
ment has advices from Rosenkranx to 6th
insL His command were all'will.
Lonisriiw Sept. 5. Itis now denied that
tho Union Committees have a di5palch from
Lincoln in relation to Fremont's proclmation.
St. Louis Sept. 0. Gtn. McUulloch i re-
ported to be at Mount Vernon Lawrance Co.
nineteen mile3 south of Jelferson City re-
cruiting briskly for a bold more to the North.
Gens. Price and Rainei are Stated to have cap-
tured Fott Scott Kansai and to hire captur-
eu Mooigomery ana most 01 flis nana.
Anotner report is that Jim Laurr Kansas
lirlvcde dct. ed'fieo. Barnes captrirng hi
H.
STONE & CO.. 200 La Salle-st.
TO RENT CORNER APARTMENTS
Two of those cholco S-room apartments In the
now
ALBION 4000-11 LAKE-AV.
Elevator service.
Beautifully situated overlooking Lake Michigan
and In the midst of elegant homes: finished In five
different hardwoods and containing all the ap-
pointments usual to first-class private homes; $70-
$75. Open for Inspection. See elevator attendant.
TO RENT FROM MAY 1 S. E. COR. WASHING-
ton-av. and 50th-st- elegant 8-room steam heat'
ed apartments: Janitor will show.
Indlana-ay. 2020 1st apartment 7 rooms and
2923 Indlafia-av.. 2d apartment. 8 rooms ateam
heat hot water gas ranges; 3afiitor will snow.
S. Park-ar.. SOUO cholco 9 room3. eteam heated
apartments. US to $55.
Cornell-av.. 0330 to 5342 elegant 0 and 7 room
steam heated apartments; Janitor will show.
Send for printed list.
BAIRD & WARNER. 90 La Salle-st.
TO T?T'T"J'T
mm- awti MATrrsON-AV..
NEW FIREPROOF DUILM
polished floors gas ranges.' wa
hat water etc: lawn and tetu
Agent on premises 5. 6. atJ'
JOHNSON & TBI
'PhnrtA Oatr. tr7 3(17 H. rtd.st.: uA
in
"" -as oenk. j tea i. i. ovm't
wan!ijtou correspocent teleg-aptM that a
ri ..r:ujB Ben at jretaaiirm. iw wstitene.
Ks(i--al80jrS tO lit Stiot 't ViTlOJJ
oil ft-.
A itnefeos. "-"pLb-Aesrer; -Manniis-
of a. i uir a d f-w u h-4tiLe CoGttd..io Sattrv.
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- -.-M-iourg S"- te j-'rari ;
: 'edmglfrtt&.fe' kf ta Coo- J Bt it -ad revere
. . jf ". . . . f !v bji lakeif to nt
.. rwru w ttw wr r Jaae-1-.-ao: .Iieaent
&".J fc1- -' irv;- i t.
-tnuNi; s..
TO REN'IV-FINE SECOND Fl
rooms steam heat; 3637 ElIisTfci i uo: 1 -Second
flat In The Peyton? ll I
7 rooms steam; $30. -t "" '
Furnished flat 5 rooms cos1?- ..
keeping; $33. -i ..yaW
M.I. REIS. 3558 CCtt. VranVJfcl
TO RENT MODERN FLATSsJ
0247 Monroe-av. u rooms: jaJ
4720 and 22 Calumet-av. 7 n-jul
3900 Langley-av. 0 rooms 1S.W
3900 Lansley-av.. 4 rcoms Jl
1G9 to 79 E. S9th-st.. no hee.ta
$12 H. W. CHRISTIAN & CO;
ri
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placed at oar dupostl
BALTnronj Sept. 10th -Gen. Dix has for-
bidden tho Mayor of tho city to piy tbo old
police which the 11 ayor obeys under protest
I10U.A September 10. Same or the prison-
ers who were captured in skirmishes were
sent io fti. ioui this morning. To of ttrer
aiiHTciMiaa jicainsiry-'a pus in tbeir pockcte
bor. Jmcsou left Springfield Sunday nitjht to
joiuth Statu furoes.
Sibactsk September 10th. To people's
nn ""'-"-''M iuiij anenuea.
the bl A "d pTe3tta teniporarily over
WAsinsoTox Sept. 10. Tho greatest activ-
ity is displayed at the Navy Yaid. YVorEmen
SPU hllf llv .Itnnnul l lt..f T .
-- ""-"j 5("sraiu luiir worx oi construci-
fng and repairing.
A sw York Sept. 10 An arrival from Bjr-
badoes reporti that the O. S. -.r.im u
ter was tliere short or coal and finds dirS'-uItv
In supplying herseir. '
FcAXKroar Ey. Sept lO.-The members of
the States Bights Convention called to meet in
this city ccupy tho Ball or Egpresentslives.
A-iic ki;iiitj is nufc in 3faf ion
RicrnjosD Sept. 10.-The Esqnirer to-mor-rowwll
publish a letter from n.n w:...
camp giving details or a sharp engagement
which took place on tlm 7th inst nearfiawk's
Nest in the Kanawha Yelley. The Fcdarali"s
were routed and ran leaving their knapsacks
liavresacfcs etc in order to pursue theirrctreat
without embarrassment. The loss on their
side is not reported. Tho Confederates
had hntonesiiishlir vronndpd. .4 n..i...
says that probibly a severe battle was foncht
ahftlltSnnrf'iT lulwnan tv: t-i .1
. j .ru .use jioyu anu unao-
mans s force and tho Federals nndsr General
iVAmj?'0T0x September 10. Tha Poatmas-
ter General ha3 ordsred tho renewal of the
mra.'L3 'Sr.adu?b' he onrB beinjjia possession
of the Federal Government.
Tha fortifications at 3Innnr' nin ....-
completed. Everything was quiet on Sunday
j ..U6 mo zoaieasrates
opened a concealed battery and threw their
aueiia wuuin me encimpmenta or onr pickets.
Tbo Federal shim shnntnr r!rn4 j
L.-ll.J . m j . . . . -w.-uwwM uuu
milieu hu cuuieueraiepicicets.
lloxrooaaar Jin Septembor M. The Con-
federates fire continually at our men and fer-
ries and mako oecjsionally demonstrations to
pass into our territory.
It is reported that Gen. Polk's forces at Col-
nmbm has been increased to thirteen -reei-meuts
with aii field batteries a siege battery
and three battalions of cavalry. He has a min-
boat and three steamers. Gen. Jell". Thomp-
son is opposite Columbns. Tho gun boat
Yankee camo witbjn tbrce miJcor CNiro and
! rued s-AVi A-.H. &s -. .e.'Uf.iK.
- rimojHr. K -irj1 (r-t ! ... v-j t
'--rner Jj!itsa;' Jn0 j-'; ; rfiTsnj..
Pdee 5c
rsT.i !it . Tb ' 1 rJi3
iivevwnrui3i.o5aiui jf ioni'"- int
nito&Dtifs to tfoi F-nVril fcipp tt Fauacnn
arru; utp thnfjuerai Lou nt
rjcriio-red &r. 1 1 th U . .
&1Ip 1.
J twirr-ft -Ai
hereby tnfbrmcd that Kentucky expects tie
Lonrederate and Tennessee troops to be
withdrawn from her soil nnconditionally.
Gor. 3Laorw.
Lotrovm.!. Sentembar Ii tl-k-m. .j..-
sav that Fremont will not be aupercededV
lYASnnrcTOS. Hen(mfu- 1 c- i i!
ttooi have-been received from New York aai
Fhiladelphia demanding that Mr.Bnssell ba
ordered oat or the couatry.
Ci?crs.iATf Sept. 1 1. Floyd left behind
him in his camp abont $10300 worth of
material. Fears arc entertained th.it Tin -nr.'li
join "Wise and both attack Gen. Cox".
Several thousaad Confederate troops
marched on onr pickets near Kew Falls
Church and not Oliva Church driving them
into their lines and alo shelled Ball's Cross
Roads a mile below tbo point thoy carried. f
ucn. jicvieuaa win oonoiless attempt to
drive them back to day. The pickets thrown
out from Fort Corcoran opposita "WssbiDgton
were abo driven in and several killed. The
Confederates fired signal rockets along tho
11ns- "
Teo.itox Sfo. Sept. 11. Union men from
Greenville. Wayne ccunty report that Geo.
uaruee hag returned tbare and threatens an
immediate attack on this point.
Foet2Z33 JIoscoe Sept. 14. The -arar
steamer Spalding- ha3 retnrncd fromHatler-
13 Inlet
Tho Saaqnehannah and Patmca vrera
thero also.
Poor vessels with English flags decerred
by the temporary lowering of the Federal col-
ors ofTers of pilet3 and other facilities to on-
ter the Inlet were captured. Their cargoes
werealothing.shoemolassai etc
S"gw Yoaic SeptTl'4. Two vessels bava
arriveil at Havana; front Stnr Orieaas; bar-
ing ran the blockade.
latter officer was killr
ool AlcMnllon's howitzer battery and
Snyder's two field pieces got into n good po-
sitiou and silenced two Confederate Tguni
The firo slackened at. intcrvab and ifrew
hotter as night approached when the German
bnadewaa ltdlata action by Col. McCooi
under the dircctjen of ' Adj.Gt HcrticioflT'
n.rfiii'1"1 Jlght of three houa night
compellea the recall of the-Fodersl trS'-. g
hQY 1 AT at! tbrttr urm. .. il. I A Rnlith mshnnnff T. TAtnHMj fi.u
conflict next morning but io tfie-nivht Fln1 I f1" N. C withricr naval stores etc.
leii Dicfcjsinkmg boats and destrovioe tern- I Yesseles naderlhe Confederate flagaraad-
PrT bridges. ' 6 mitted into Cuban ports aad allowed aU tag
Xbe depth of the water .and exhaustion; of J PnTi'SM of tila vesseU of other nations
?m (t.Petleral) foopa rendered pnrsnit Washisotox Sept. 14. The IT. Y. Post's
impossible. special "vTashington correspondent fele-
UHrl03 Was 15 t-;lll ..r in t 1 nnnhi Inof Ih. rf r it. !.: r-t
ine Lontedcrata Ioa ? !... . 'nrlimr. nrn... .i
carried off their dead and wonnded bat it The .mli!tia of Dutrict of Columbia axo
yicy&iui lur aciirs service.
The leading editor of the Ballimors Ex-
change ha$ been arrested.
was certainly mm fit.- i-
not bTlonTOJ'" on the -w can-
Good m:Iitary-cntic3howeTer. declare tl.t
three S.n "rIUS fi"DS for two or
All qciet at Chain Bridge last night
SlMelT)orKrDnSteptCmber .12-Honorabl8 Jaha
U rt i' '.P'afcisna arrived here to-day. It
visit"!?.!" m f11 "foftced circUs that ha will
visit Franco at an early day.
bitSnZZ-S?Pt- "-Capt. tfa.rmi or the
orlg Ocean Bird reoorfs that hm' ...i
SXiUI' ltdea AmeriCia -"w'toS
JJ'S SfP'- 12 The People's Cpnven-
peace propositions as treasonable IuuuaclD
The ConfeJi-rnti nUi. vit t..t.
ln!le3'eIe-deIs ' nenerf etrest-
.-o .. . onioueraies opened fire on
them from a battery with shell Grimn'shat?
ery replied Th 'Federals stopped firfnt for
opportuaity to meet them in m.o h.m
Un re3umi-fire'the Federals opened with
erats? '' ' " Am off "e Confid-
Tr-F15VT"7T. tr cf & . n
c CF -Ji.aops.ia. mere was
fighting on Sunday irfthc direction of Con-
rad'iFcrrv. . - - ..--
i ftftaoJ ntl teUei thwo 3fl hrU f rotce vm 1
5.1 a rfy Ktyftlry CSSap4 1 ikfruo '" ' I a
tbcuvrj-. - j wtsl ut.
ty arrsnstoeii; is rr-A t -- tV r.. s"". aa4 Mvr
XZt. a warm -.mm..'
fe-ai otu'j wtweea tf:
Pc.it df 3vi
Vf
n'a Ii C.a
' iili tier i
Muts asii ;ue
Lloyd's Victory over Trier.
Theedilorof thoLjnchburgBepubUcaawa
present at ths battle of Cross Lanes on the
26th nit and famishes a fall account front
f which we extract the following-:
luusqrrAirrans Floyd's BaiOAns 1
Angnst 25th 1361. f
1 reached here lajteveatng just in time to
partieipata this morning in onr first eneazo-
ment with tha enemr. s b
TThen I arrired yesterday at S r. . I fbnnd
the brigade drawn up in beautiful line of bat-
. uea -rl07a ana ha staff upon tha
Held in momentary eipectatiorr or an attack
from Co.onel Tyler's command which had
driven in our pickets and was within a raila
or onr lines. Oar artillery was posted on the
."'"7"' u ""' wnicn we occupy conimand.
mg the main road whde to tha right and left
oar infantry lines extended protected by some
hastily thrown up rail breastworks. The en-
emy d-d not attack xa however and at night
rail our men were ordered ta stsad npon taeir
arm3 all nwht while onr hones stood nnder
.-.. uo auu lueir naers slept in their
boots and spars.
During the night onr scouts- brought us ac-
cural information of the position or the enemy.
and Gen-Jloyd determined to attack him near
CoL BeVnold7Bateor s iX Z StSSS
t&enght wing while Col. CanjIinV. JT
A t rf?V retrea' -Jr a cireo!' to tha left
At i o'clock A Hih Brigade -a?
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.IBIS' WC'Jl
9Jt-f Mii.T;"n
to it rrrt:
S0VCT8J batailii"'5 and reuained t banrs.
- Lir! f-i. ij4
Ttcnof tiiffliiqt
TO IIEJCT TIIE inJNTER HIGH-CLASS
apartments; 218-20 COth-st.: of 9 rooms each:
gveriooitinp mcKSon fric: nnisnea in tne nncsc
of woods: each apartmeat having two baths; pas-
atora: raus
enroof bldg.
L. M. SMITH & BRO.
senger and freight elevators: must ba seen to be
appreciated; strictly fireproof bid
3047 Cottage Grove-av; 'Phonea
..Agents.
uakii
and 501.
TO RENT SECOND FLAT NEAR THE PARK
one block north 65th-st. L station 5414 Pralrle-
av.; T rooms; steam heat; all light and beautifully
'decorated; finished In Italian plastic relief work:
polished oak floors; hot water; high grade and
stnciiy up to oate; u. &ee janitor or v u.
Cil.
SEAVI
80 State-sL.
TO RENT-3759-3701 LAKE-AV.. NEW BLDG.
tone block from III. Cent. elegant 6-room
apartments natural wood finish; steam heat
hardwood floon consoles; only $35 $42.00. Agent
on premises or
8HANKLIN & KING 107 Dearborn-st
TO RENT 6538 AND 5540 CORNELL-AV. ONE
block from L C. exp. trains elegant 7-room
apartments overlooking the lake; steam heat
hardwood floors refrigerators; $35 $40. See Jan-
itor or SHANKLIN & KINO
107 Dearbom-Rt.
TO RENT-S3 AND 85 E. 31ST-ST.. C ROOM
flats; steam heat hot water and Janitor; to
families -without children: $20 and $15. Apply to
Janitor or W. GRAY BROWN. 805 W. Madlson-st
phone W. 27g
TO RENT ATOCONOMOWOC. WIS..FURNI8H-
ed house. SM stories. 36x75; gasoline gas city
water bath stable for 4 horses; largo lawn: fac-
ing Fowler Lake. DIBBLE BROWN.
TO RENT YORK HARBOR. ME.
ntshed cottages. 12 rooms each.
WALKER. York Village. Me.
2 FUR-
W. M.
TO RENT FURNISHED COTTAGE; INLAND
lake; convenient transportation. R 340. Tribune.
Miscellaneous.
TO RENT-VERY DESIRABLE HOUSES 8 TO
10 rooms; hardwood floors and finish: nice loca-
tions; convenient steam and electric; Co fare; $20
to $25: special bargains.
BOWES BROS.. 611 Stock Exchange Building.
WAXTED-IIOOSES
VVANTED-TO RENT-MAT 1. WELL FTJR-
nlshed home. 10 to 12 rooms with barn for tho
summer; near Lincoln Park or lako shore: will
take all responsibilities of place during absence
of lessor: $W to $S0 a month. Address X 430
Tribune ofllce.
WANTED-TO RENT-AT FOX LAKE TWIN
Lakes or Delavan cottage with 0 bedrooms
for July and August; rent $200 to $400; give exact
location. Address X 461 Tribune nine!.
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES.
uats io rent; couect rent:
estate. IL W. BUCHMAN. 3:
&Tonra.
flats to rent; collect rent: pay titles manage
iui autie-st.
TO RENT-FLATS.
Sontk Side.
TO RENT
THE VINCENNES APARTMENT .HOTEL.
30TH-ST. AND VINCENNBS-AV..
AN IDEAL FAMILY ABIDING PLACE; APART-
MENTS FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD: ALSO SINGLE
ROOMS: ALL HOTEL SERVICES: EVERY
MODERN CONVENIENCE: EXCELLENT CUI-
SINE: VERY MODERATE RATES: INSPEC-
TION INVITED.
TO RENT THE niCHELIED. 3S0G AND 3S0S
Ellls-av. elegant 5 and U room apartments:
steam heat hardwood floors etc.; all rooms llsht;
$30 up. SHANKLIN & KINO.
" 107 Dearborn-st
TO RENT 7 ROOMS. ALL OUTSIDE LIGHT
near I. C express trains: 35. 353 53d-st near
Klmbark-av. ; excellent surroundings; open.
T. McCALL. owner 702. 107 Dearborn-st
TO RUNT LARGE 8-ROOM FLAT AT 5248 TCAL-umet-av.
the finest In the neighborhood; Con-
soles mantels hat racks and all modern conven-
iences: rent $45: seo Janitor.
TO RENT THE HAMPDEN. COR. 39TH AND
Langley-av.. 0 and 0 room rlats; electric light
steam heat artesian water elevator telephone;
excellent service; floe cafe. Mgr.'s ofBco In bldg.
TO RENT-400 BOWEN-AV. NEAR GRAND-
blvd. excellent modem S-room flat In detached
building: light and air all around. .
TO RENT 4000 VINCENNES-AV.. BEAUTI-
ful 4-room comer flat steam heat hot water
hardwood floors; open.
TO RENT CHOICE CORNER C-ROOM FLATS:
8S liryant-av. cor. Rhodes near I. C. trains
and cable $17-$18. Call 375 Dearborn. R. C03
TO RENT 5040 MICHiaAN-AV. 2-STORY
building. S largo rooms; steam hot water Ap-
ply to owner. 1st flat
TO RENT 4. 5. 7 R-: SIS. $20. $23. $25: STEAM.
hot -water: elevator; modern. 3105 Calumet-av.
TO RENT S 4 AND C ROOM MODERN STEAM
heated flats. 03 E. 39th-st. near the iike.
TO RENT VERY DESIRABLE 0 AND 7 ROOM
1st and 2d Moor fiats. 5430 Monroe-av. ; rent $25
and $30. Inquire of 5440 Monroe-av.
TO RENT 2 CHOICE fl-ROOM FLATS. EO-
gleston. JOHN J. BOHN. 7240 Prlnceton-av.
TO RENT APARTMENTS $10 UP: STEAM
heat hot water gas ranges etc. 2329 Calumot
TO RENT LENOX FLATS. 3-4 RO.OMS;
steam etc; $13. $17. 3533 Cottage Grove-av.
TO RENT SEE THEM 0 AND 7 ROOM HIGH
class flats: strictly moderp. 352 Oakwood-blvd.
TO RENT 6339 YALE-AV.. NICE 2D FLAT 6
rooms; heat rungi. Janitor; 32U and $25.
TO HENT-FURNISHED FLAT 0 ROOMS.
bath. 20 monthly 34 25tli-at
TO RENT MODERN 3 OR 4 ROOM APART-
ments. $10 to $23: adults; tel. 382U Rhodes-ay.
TO RENT CHOICE FURNISHED 4-ROOM
flat; Arliooa; adults; references. R832 Tribune
TO RENT 1707 CALUMET-AV.. THE PIASA
fireproof; near elevated: elegant e-room apart-
mtnt corner overlooking Grand-blvd.; light
rooms; all conveniences; steam hot water porce-
lain bath etc.; $32.60. Inoulre Janitor.
TO RENT 5050 ELLIS-AV.. ENTIRE SECOND
floor or entire first floor of 2-story house; en-
trances entirely separate; light pleasant com-
fortable; cheap; Cottage Grove-av. cable within
2 blocks. SHERWOOD. 164 Dearborn-st
TO RENT 5S27 AND CS20 INDIAN A-A V. (5 AND
7 rooms elegant new flats; steam heat awnings
sideboards; beautifully papered: hardwood floors
etc.; rents very low. II. G. HOWARD & CO.. 103
Washlngton-st. and 4305 Cottage Qrove-av.
TO RENT $22.50 BEAUTIFUL 4 AND 5 ROOM
flats steam heat hardwood tile baths gas
range hot water; elegant building; near pork and
L station; possession today. See janitor at office
60th and Calumet the Lo Grand Bldg.
TO RENT THE GINEORA S. E. COR. C4TH
and Parnell-av. ona blrck from the C and E. I.
Ry. lovely 5 and 6 room apartments: steam
heat etc: $22.50 up. Agent on premises or
SHANKLIN & KINO. 107 Dearborn-st
TO RENT 4311-13 MADISON-AV. - 2 FLAT
flat bids.; 8 rooms all modern conveniences de-
tached on all sides fine light; one'block to I. C.
Ry. 47th-st station: agent on premises.
L. M. SMITH & CO.. 3947 Cottagu Qrove-av.
TO RENT NEW FLATS
5 rooms and bath each.
Strictly high grade.
Only $20 up.
S. Ii Cor. Calumet and COth-st
TO RENT-S ROOM FLAT. FACING GROVE-land-av.
location unexceptionable; steam heat
hardwood floors natural gas for range; con-
venlent tol. C trains; private family only. Apply
owner. 9 33d-st
TO RENT THEY'RE- SCARCE. BUT WE HAVE
"em 4. 0 and 0 room up to date fiats on Alley L
and Rock Island. 0239 Cottage Grove 4 and G
rooms. $18 up. 6613 Ellis 0 rooms $25. (JS01
Yale. 4 rooms. $18. Owner. 375 Dearborn. R. C03.
TO RENT IN THE WOODLAND
42 and 44 Woodland Park 34th-st. and the lake.
BEAUTIFUL PRIVATEPAnK.
Modern 7-room flats; Immediate-possession.
TO RENT ELEGANT MODERN) !
Anita Bldg.. 312(1 and 23 rt
heat etc. KINNEY & STANL
born-st
West Side
TO HENT-
035 JACKSON-BLVD.. 8 room'
stone front ouuaing. steam nea-
janitor service sieam ary rooi
decorations will bo done In oi
flrst-class condition.
940 PARK-AV. 7 rooms. Trio
not water gas range ctc:u
" L " station. Kedzte-av. clecti
at. caoie. .g-iat win De put in m
1573 MADISON-ST.. 0 rooms.'
finish; fine largo porch; steaH
dally; artesian well water:-ge
V block from Garfield Park; on!
apply. -4
24 TO 36 W. 4STH-AV.. bottle
.farK-av. 4 o anu o rooms
frame bldg.: enameled bath tub
lui yiuuiuiutt ...iu goo cuuiffvi
painted papered and calcimlni
rear; one block from Lake-str
ranre from 310 to S13. nccordtnf.
.:-.. v -. T;-.;iic...ji .
POSSESSION GIVEN IM11HE
OWNER. .
Office not open nights.
TO RENT FLATS T
525 S Wcstern-av.. 0 rooms 3i
553 S. Westem-av 0 rooms 0i
steam heat. 2d fl V
1174 p-lllmore-st 7-room fiat 2d fl
ntu -j.ayior-st. o-room nat 1st
3173 Taylor-st. modern 4-roora
1176 Harvard-st. fine B-room aa:
liM o. uampueii-av. -room nat
Inquire B-T S. Western-av.
TO RENT COS WASHINGTON.
flat. ory nice; steam heat $45
U03 to Uta Washlngton-blvd.. 0-
heat hot water; $25.
313 Park-av. b-room fiats; ve:
$27.50 and $30.
Apply WT GRAY BROWN 805
-i-none w. -iu.
TO RENT-FINE. NEW 7-ROi
flat $25. 1257 Fulton-st : 2 rain'
Lake-st. Cat I fornia-a v. station.
U-room modem steam h. flat $2tL
isi. v. orin-av.
A. S. TERRILL. OS
MnVJ
CdAsds v 1?J .a-rut W2SUO0 raerrawtflg
tboucxrroontb. - . ' . '
The London Times calls editorially on the
t. :n..iptl. 'ra'm evcrynvrve to doyelon
sofoaxTali jroc!:erfheio thm in tho South
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-JxrferifiorlcJ in England to havo
1 --.! pirnT JO rentvel
- 1-;Iia.1 ntifl Ti'mitn1f(l liV
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)muu ! of Uv cars. Engineerar-
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fetf
r.i'.itCfKTii ill i r- v
l7or
ta'risd
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.." i&tn ui i re entr-I fnxs
K t'.c P.onfe'a Coa7rxabjr. Ifiwa r- tstfi
. . -!".. JU.. J LT1 Kn I T r . t VjS Hi.
. . kjtisUJ vi t rii n "a wisos nii t3 - j nM
rti-.. :i ii issssii M ..?
'Arbi. Jn a Ffcerh .-
las ocesor. a"alftriTe"d to ihf ualti "' M'.n
TO RENT-$25: NEW MODEB
particular with large front and
per flat 7 rooms or two-story otonee
house 1357 Congress-st near St
within 2 blocks three lines cars lit
ren. or Harrlson-st trolleys; gee Itt
TO RENT $10 AND $22.60; Elt
modem steam heated 4 and 5 rot
gas ranges porcelain plumbing hoti
venlences: lino neighborhood: r.car.-C
2000 Wllcox-nv. ALBERT WAHh
st. R. 1. Call 32 to 2 p. m. Janlto- j
IU itlWX 114 U.- J.1UVL i'Jiiii
room muuern Jiais: gim neax ai
Rentils $23.50 and $0.50. 2072 ltr?
u-room moaern nat; ruraaco neat.i-
DRAPER & KRAMER lggg
TO RENT-VERY COZ3-jWiQ-4s
room flats; baths steam heat atr
In Francisco Terrace n. e. corner NS-'
and Walnut-st;$13 50 up. Janitor I
E. & WALLER. 705 flookery. V
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TO RENT THE MONROE 6510 MONROE-AV. 5
and 0 rooms front flat $17 and $20: steam heat
hot water gas range elevator electric light In-
cluded: children not admitted.
TO RENT 4 AND 7 ROOM FLATS: ALL THE
modern conveniences: $15 to $22: C322 Stony Is-land-av.
facing Jackson Park: take Afley "L" L
C. cable or elpctrlc. Apply flat 3.
TO RENT OWING TO CIRCUMSTANCES OVER
which we haye no control we havo left one (1
8-room flat In best kept building in Woodlawn.
Inquire at 0412 Woodlawn-av.. 2d floor.
TO RENT 5534 INDLANA-AV.. 150 FEET
from boulevard. 7 rooms; steam heat and strict-
ly modern: light nil around; only 3 families In bldg.
MADDEN BROS.. 201 Dearborn-st
TO RENT-342 5XTH. NEAR KIMBARK-AV. 8-
room modern flats steam Jicat and hot water.
See Janitor or
H. W. BUCHMAN. 3101 State-at
TO RENT 6249 MONROE-AV.. MODERN 0-R.
Hats: marble halls velvet carpeted stairs; also
1 furnished fiatsamo building best transportation
in City. H. W. CHRISTIAN A CO.171 La Salle-st.
TO RENT POSITIVELY BEST 4-RQOM FLATS
In city; 30 ft wid6; up to date: light ns day:
high-class. 4S2 4fllh-st cor. Langley. $23. Call
175 Dearborn. R. 00.!.
TO RENT 4219 CALUMET-AV.. ONE BLOCK
from 43d-st station elevated road; G and 7
rooms steam heat hot water etc.: $30 and 35.
E. C. WARE CO. 140 Dearborn-st
TO RENT 3 AND 4 ROOM FLATS: 8TEAM
hot water gas range Janitor $10. $12. and $15.
4052 State-st BROWN.
TO RENT-FLATS FROM $12 UP WABASH-AV.
and 2Jd " The Follansboe ": cor. State and 23d.
"The Taio Alto." omcel7423d. Phona S. 1172.
TO RENT IDEAL PRIVATE FLATS
Only two tn building. Eight brlirht alryroonn.
Every modern Improvement. 2025 Indlana-AV.
TO RENT SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS 0 AND 8
room flats every modem Improvement: flnest In
the city. Apply Janitor. 2051 and 53 Vemon-av.
TO RENT 3722 LAKE-AV.. TIRST FLAT; SIX
rooms; steam heat gas bath alato tubs gas
range; hardwood floors; $27.60. Apply top flat
TO RENT FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 1233 WABASH-
.av. Apply to WM. E. DEE. 210 Royal In-
surance Bldg.
TO RENT SEVEN AND EIGHT-ROOM MOD-
ern steam-heated flats. 3133 Wabash-av. Ap-
ply to WM. E. DEE. 219 Royal Insurance Bldg.
TO RENT 4714 EVANS-AV. 4 AND 5 ROOM
flats: heat' hot water janitor etc.; $20 to $27.
TO RENT-3351 CALUMET-AV.. LIGHT B AND
fl rooms; steam heat; open. .
TO RENT 2D FLAT. 7 LIGHT ROOMS. 13 20TH-
pl. &r. S. Park-av.; heated; $27
lis:
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15G9 Fulton-st.. Bpcnnd ftnt. TilrJ
152 Poullna-jt flrst or second flilnjj
lav van uuren-st nat. T rooms! f.r
c A ir-ir voir X r i. nn riT 4 V
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TO RENTIN THE "LAWND
$18 and $20 heated flntn- Tinrr
12th-st; hardwood finish and flo
elegant new building. our
buwik WYNN & CO.. l.ii.
TO RENT ELEGANT 8 AND 0 ex
large rooms. 4 and 5 bedrooms
bays each flat; perfect light steam
cation; rent reasonable. 210 Oakling
TO RENT THE NEW CONGRRacl!
corner congress-si. ana vcstepH
lata on the west SIC7
N. ATCHISON 00 OC
TO HENT-0-ROOM FLAT 03
bird. $30; steam hot water; v.
ranges shades screens; open plu .
Janitor. .- . . ict.
TO RENT IN "THE OaDEN"'e0
av. 5-room modern flats.'$20. . fl
OGDEN. SHELDON8TCQ.
TO RENT MODERN T-RODM!'
looking Douglas Park; ogoen-t;
cars. Inquire of owner. 014 SMJallfics!
TO RENT LIGHT 7 ANDi8ledl
hot water ranges. Janitor.. lOAstli.
prado 5-room flats on the West S.tf
iiwk ui iiiera.
TO KKNT STONE; STEAM; 7-ROf
uvnjt va.inuL-ac uwner. m
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TO RENT LIGHT.BRIOHT 0-R.1Ial0
brick bldg. cor. I'eortarand Ada-
i i .ran
TO RENT 122 WARREN-AV.
flat; $18 summer $20 winter: h'
TO KENT 3102 WASHINGTON-!" M
flomn. modern il-roona flatsstea
TO RENT 16S COLORADO-AV. Out
H. W. CHRISTIAN & CO.H-egW
TO RENT-fi ROOMS STEAMJPaui
ern flat. 1391 W. Madlson-st.''"" '
Nortk'SIele'.'Inug
TO RENT-7 AND ltlBURTON-yith
cation block southaoff Upcolr .
modem six-room apartments-ir-' T "'"
TO RENT 5 ROOMS33TB1-B0 l' ?'
$22 to $24; sieam heat hot WtOllVj
See Janitor. -; t . ft
TO RENT 171-177 N STATE-S b
room fiats steam heat etc.: $40
SHANICLIN & KING loioro
nkcu
Salto-av. and Locust 7-room anoso
moaern jst-o.
TO; RENT SEVILLE-SAVOY
30R1IO-UV ant xjoc
lenccs light sunny
TO RENT 4-ROOM FRONT F
heat hot water etc 592 Wells.-ear-502
Wells-st - . ;n
TO RENT 11 FLORENCE-AV.
heat and hot water.
TO RENT 307 CI.EVELAND-A
S22; near Lincoln Park. - y
TO RENT-CHOICE 4-TO 8.RO03KH
ranges; $12 to $18. Cor.Clark I But
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jaaiiur ruuo; juoaerai.
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Ai-n-ivi iSp' p. G. S. Brown of Key.
W'.t ii an ijxSi here to-day.
f iiOFiran Sept. IT. The Harriet Lane
U ' tbrtfavy- )"aru for rcpaii-e.
' VL'RT.H"M3ept. 9. The D.-lta learns
i l tt t. inr. nf thisritv reeeired a letter
in'iti hts on nt 1'ensaeola on the back of
ntnen i e.ctv.r--' tile loiioiving :
' Tl.o 31c;: iding and Engli-U war fleet
arariivjMUbjf."
In'. r .
1 leL'i-'' ny-: .
' Thi - ' s vyitcment 3 we hcard'it
.'!iiof voi.rlui.jj for its truth"
a a
;'i-K.. ':i i Naw OmejLii. Tho Sau
A.iv ! ' -'js:
' ' ' i.p infarma ua that the paper
to himself and hli partner.
. Taylor on term BatislaclOrV to tbo Be-
nUritneTt. ana no nniv waueu la atferiaiu iruiu
the Postmaster ot New Orleans what would be
tho average daily jvcieht lo enable flim to
judge if thoy could deliver It mtbm tha ipeci-
fieifschedulo time.
"At New Orleins ho wrote to tne uapan-
ment the term3 were satisfactory that the eon
jract would ba accepted and to send on the
paper mail as boou as the Department chose."
' i .
$35" To find tho subjoined paragraph In the
Memphis Avalanche :
-ri.- r.nnirt llnmini flhrnnirln nnnnncces
tl' " ...inT nun iiiiiii'iiI of Franco has
luiiy aeieriuiui-u - -niithi
Inn will bo the first French embassador
Court Of JeUereon lavts
M. de Jlontholon has just been recalled home
from Sow York whore he waj French Consul.
Texas Coal. Mr. James Metealf residing
near Brenbam in WEshlDgton couoty haalelt
with us a sample of coal found on his planta-
tion. The voinisfivo feet thick Is 20 to 80
fi.t below tha-surface.-and so Tr has been
found to rnn for a mila and o half. The eoal
Is soft and bituminous burns with a bright
blaze and leaves but little oshm. We trust
experiments will he made to test this coal and
Us extent thoroughly. It jnay yet bo that wo
shall get our supplies from it.
! !
The NottinuitV rEcnpiis. "The. Kow York
Herald of tbo 28th nil. says:
" Not over half or the twenty-tlvo thousand
additional volunteers called for it tho recent
proclamation or tho Governor of this State
have as yet been enlisted."
The Herald admits that reornl i csa ba ob-
tained only in the interior.
The N. Y. Tribune admits that recruiting
progresses very slowly and drafting will have
to be called into requisition. Tin rocruits for
U. S. regiments then in New York were 6S;
thojo mustered In under the Stai regulation
and t" bounty only C41.
-
J39 Wo bavo unwelcome ni jounts from
gentlemen travelers from Waco down of the
cotton crop. The army worm h a done mucn
harm. In many counties it is tho :ght tho crop
..wilt bo cut ehort one-hair.
J-At Mr. Carson's "Broan Gnage"ha-
loon on Mechanic street is to bo een a donblo
barrel shot gnn belonging lo him WO believe
ouo barra! of which was loaded' a few daja
sinca with a llinie bullet made for the gun
and was fired by a friend of ours. The barrel
the loft ono burst at the breech tearing off
piece several inches loug and of half the cir-
cumference and shattering thaw odwork. Our
friend received no injury one of ho fragments
flying out behind under tho loft arm. His
esonno from a broken arm ci baud was a
miracle.
t f -
rjtT Mr. J. P. Blessing (font erly Ander-
son & Blessing) has removed bis Ambrotype
aud Photographic Gallery from his former
rooms on the west sido or Tromonf street to
tho spacious olegant and newly fitted up
ro"bms on tha east sido of Tremont two doora
south of the News Office.
Mr. Blessing's gallery is woll worth a visit
from resident and strangers. Mr. B. is fully
prepared to execute likenesses of all discre-
tions at war prices; and in proof or his will-
ingncts to do so bo is making good pictures
for soldiers nt tho very low rate oi one uonar.
we'll ort-anired fire.
Tha London Times concludes nnrticle on
American affairs by saying that tbeabjaga-
tion of the South is hopeless.
ilr. Rus'sll's litest letter says the "sue ba
tween ths North and South ii narrowing down
to a nuealion of sinery being abolished and
thinks Mr. Lincoln will soon declare the
slurea w-tbia ths limits pf the United States
free.
Fifteen hundred bales or cotton bas been
bought by n leading houia in Englnd fur
shipment to tho U.S. ...
Louisville Sept. 11. Gsn. Irfilie Combs
has written a Strong " Coereion" letter to the
people's Union Convention now in session at
rjrraeuse N. Y.
Mr. Jts. Ijiiapin ui i . . .............
rest at New York accused of being captain
of a Home Guard company.
Kothing bas bwen recrired of importance
from Washington except that great activity
continued to ba shown at the Navy lard.
FottTBass Mosaos. Sept 11. Tho steamers
Spalding and Baltimore are en route forlort
ti i.nulmjn ha returned from the Flo
rida blockade and brings no news ot imporl-
WAamsoTOX Sept. 11. A skirmish occurred
ol r-hdin limit.!! in which the Federals cap
tured two prisoner who refused to giv their
names. .... . i
The Confederate pickets also captured some
prisoners near Ilunler'a Chapel.
A heavy Confederate force bas been en-
camped ncarFalli Church for the past threo
'siBAocsB Sp. 11. Tho Kcpublican State
Convention was called to order by Simeon
Draper. The prospects arein favor of har-
mony and union between the two parties
Caiao Sept 11. Tbo Federal gun-boats
Conesteg nud Loxingion In fceonnoitreing
down the Miisissippt yesterdey eaehunlered a
battery of 16 guna at Lucas Bend on the Mis-
souri shore and two Confederate ganboat.
. .a.A : al..TK. taHrld tflA
tno cunooaia wiiuurow uuuu u
.vlori-e"
'loLh fionTenoiihudirjmii -uae die. .
Sr.tonui;SepeiSlP-A M-s. TWettoa &
aftft(oksIEdw0Bl vere .rtetl yestr
dar fist Mftanrr TjaisotM.. nie w t J W(l:
Iticuuano September i ilonorabU Willie
O llM.un rt 1nw4h n.-nlln iIImI hftrB On
Saturday. His ton -wounded at Jlansssaa I ?" aihoecemyti
The news from the camps will continue to
be unint-resting until October.
Locisntt Sept. 15.-aoT.M4gotIinT.toed
the Honse resolution ordering th Confederate
troop to leave Kentucky without Ttqulrmg
ths Federals also to leave.
Tbo House passed tho resolution again over
ItTicnrerrrnV llnt. 13. Tha Self YnfK
Times' correspondent telegraphy that thi
k-nlintr men are much excited in conse
quence or Gen. McClellan's imprisoning
-nett m r
nfnestpn i - -- t..-' w
a preeip'i.."- i t fi
ntu: -r- -. . .' . ijd vf--mr
Br le iaenT tHTtaay -f
ve'fwr -LJt j l. ita ztt-ta?
5- . inl n.'jl& -nt tha aji
tl - - 'uv i .- g-v - - i'-.mBnd ta thrc --
d -.wn ii- i aoi oa--tlta irftit if ..e -oad. &nu
ct '5 Ji cacuij Q t&o ciL Ir .a i-t
and i.mor'. ;t a -vrngip aircSa iV-rwWWJfl
"?"
emineae
completely commanding "-rlftHere thn
S4e- V" of JSl?f J? Penis'
an0.kifiroBbecoming too tol..gtr.
lha hrow of the scoad bill and shootint a
ipanrun this sU7a Cap- Jackwn a ar-
they weoL . ASri the froat II cma dssh-
ittieFv waj ho? tied lo tne iroa. ; f" .
sstroi-.w.iiix;;
fciil nTL.ttint nv mu "'i. --r - f
fusitivo slaves to await th. claims of their disappeared tbroagBthowoon-
less t
troops ra
Not
at ColuuibUj.
yesterday.
FgAXKToaT Sept. 11. The House of Rep-
resentatives has adopted a resolution by 71
yeas lo 2G nays directing Gov. JIcGnfiin. to
issue a proclamation ordcrinri the Confeder-
ate troops to evacuate Kentucky soil.
The liousa refused to suspend the rules
to allow of the introduction of a resolution
that the Governor order both Confederates
and Federals out of the Slate.
Baltixorb September 11. Msrshal Kane
who has been nndar arrest in it. McHenry for
somo time has been sent to Fort Lafajette.
Tr. Mnvnnc. September 11. General Rey
nolds baa been appointed to tho Fedetal com-
mand at Fort Halteras.
New Your September 11. Three race
horses buggies etc belonging to Southern-
ers wcroseized hereto day.
John Anderson of Providence Rhode Is-
land his been arrested and sent to Fort La-
Th Washinctoa correspondent of the New
York Evening Post telegraphs that it is re
ported the Msryiana icgi3iuiuro win pass au
owners. .... i ir
Baltimore Sept. 13. The Provost Mir
shl at daylight arrested Mayor Brown. Ross
Williams Charles aad F. Lawrenee J. Wal-
lace and J. P- Lyot mambers of the Mary-
land Legislature. They are atFtMcHenry..
Nsw YoEKSept.l3. Tho police seized
to-day blank notes on the Pittsylvania Bank:
of Virginia and imprisoned tho engraver.
The. circulation of tho German paper tha
National Zcitung has been interdicted.
mi. Pnnmi!iiil Advertiser savs tna
Gou. Fremont -will be BUKcededby Qcn-
HeigS Of the Feerai tngiumt uvjuj.
Tnerif.T.T!. Rant. 13. Mr. Houston's "re
bellion" bill in tdo Legislature has been
noitnoncd until Monday.
n...iMit Sent 1. Coneressmaa May
and Legislators llenry JI- Morht and W. Har-
rison are rtpoiteito be arrested; jlso.Benj
F Ho.vard "peace" candidate for Governor;
aUo Deoiion Greenlow. Dr. Lynch msmbers
of ibe Leislaturo from Baltimore county ; also
J. Hall editor ortba BaltimoreSan.
WASBIKOTO. Sept lJ.-Tb bBHtar
General bas advises hat no mails will go aver
the Hannibal and St. Josephs nilroad in Uo.
Both extremities of the road ara in the hands
of the secessionists.
The Legislature was to have met on Tues-
W ir CnLmkarl.t Thn Alico Fiah-
xsw iu-.i"."''""'-rJ . tvii.
r mLiTr.rTJ0DI paruv owaeu iu j""-i
W14 rn Ml 'll 'i ! i ir rr In a Inrr-t
quantity or articles beTuijgiii!i I J luujujuuuiv
time
a:
?!!.. n-.i'.nrt'.IIerThsdcrossrdt
'd ascended an adjoining bill batnot m tuna
wmassm
nitched in wish hU force when the whole
Smf he would doabtlesff have been
!" . 0 iiaut men rushed.
ihn nursuit for aam-j eiuw i " "... ---Mo
other result ihanthBCipturtor anom-
te rfpt&S four baggage irtB""
ilfbulance and several guns .nd other articles.
A Sue chest of medicine was cap ured
We ailacKcu uio wuciajj ow v w
heer bie3 ana Dreau -- -- --
I have not learned tho loss of the enemy.
A n'.0 "" v . irol from
All of tnem ara uuiuuu""" t- . - ---
them that CoL Tyler
-ah nil Preacner an wgu "
Ifwtnnt opeaed. They cursed then soundly
?g.T. rcowardlT conduct in deserting their
r early m the action. They baa li
Tattnal Co rede rat o States Navy were also
seized.
LocisTixiK Sept. 13 Rosencrana'a offi-
cial report of his fight with Floyd doe not
differ from that before given. Ho says he
lost 80 killed and 100 wonnded ; found J
stands of colors and captured a few prison-
ers and somo camp equipage.
Joteesos OitT Sept. 13. Gen. Price's
advance guard is at Warreoburp Johnson
county on Black river. He had 16000 men
and is approaching Lexington.
HtnsosMo.Sept.l8. Gen.lfartin Green
crossed the Missouri at Glasgow with 350
mounted men seized tha steamer Sunshine
used her for transportation captured a Fed-
eral guard and released a number of seces-
sionists prisoners. t
The- Sunshine had a careo of bacon sug
ar tc. and GOO stand of arms.
fririn's official account of the taiintr of
T. . r-.t T.".na.a m tWr. .tin IU UI7A1
"".r-"-V.'.: . V r rori ccimiv.- ui .- j.- .- -;-
" SZ llassenlers arrived to- J&JtoSZ&J5tf
day from all tho Confederate Uainps oring no
news of importance.
Great activity is shown in all the depart-
ments. The resources of tho Government ap-
pear unlimited. The army hospital accommo-
dations have been greatly enlarged and im
E roved. Many or the nopitais are sapppneu
y State and individual contributions From
good nursiDg and careful medical treatment
tne mortaiiiy auiuug mo " wjiufauij
light.
Serrmal; provision train (30 !$$)$
atleen miles in the rear or we should have)
captured the whole of then. . ...
TmoM of our men aad officers acted witA
last is a strapping negro wno Bis excited
much cariosity among our darkies.
This battle will be known as thatortheCross
Lanes and i cf tar more significance than tha
number of killed and wounded would indicate
CcL Tjier's command was one of tha veir
best of the enemy; he one of their crack ofii-
cers. It has for alonj time been prowling
through all this country holding it in com-
plete subjection.
The people in this section haTe confidence in
our strength agiin and wiU rally to oar stand-
ard at once.
General Floyd's adraneo to this Stde of Gsu-
ley with nothing bnt a single ferry boat la the
rear to command a retreat over a dangerous
stream -was considered rash by some butrasa.-
ness is sometimes prudence and it his proTea
eminently so in this instance. . . . -
w nr.M a noailton here from which four
times our number cannot dislodge us and ara
prepared at any favorable moment to make a
rapid advanco movement. Our friend3 may
dCDend upon it that this brigads will take ao
. . . c a... .J JL. r il n rmnATY
3gT"The cotton crop has been much injured j
by hcaTy rainsin Loumlson Mississippi Ala-
o J Lama and Georgia and a serious deficiency In
the crop-Is apprehended.
'nitinr.MTOS. Sent. 11. The-- Mercury's
correspondent gives the proclamation of the
Captain General of Cuba which ia as fol
lows z
" In virtue of a proclamation of her Ma
ioaty Qnccn Isabella- under date of August
7th I havo determined that all vessels en-
gaged in legitimate commorco from porta In
tiio Confederate States shall bo entered and
cleared under tho Conftderato flair and shall
bo duly protected by ths 'authorities of the
Island. ...
i T nrnr.ls.im further that Foreign Consuls
b notified that no interference on their part
shall be tolerated."
Mexico Mo- Sept IS. Tho timbers of the
ttridite this do of Sturgeon were burned
through. A train with troops was compelled
to return here. .
T...n. r.i'rr S-nl. 12. General Price
camped on Saturday night near Clinton Hen
ry county eu rouie lur vuu ivv.
WAfntKOiox Sept. 12.-Fir.ng was recom.
menced this morning in the direction or too
Chain Bridge. The occasion not known.
Locuvi." Sept 12. Tho Co.inly Court
Judze bas ordered lha Sheriff to take possess
ion of the guns of the State Guards in this
eily and vicinity. Many of these gnns havo
beca nia away. ...... .
Hon. John Bell's boat the Treadwater has
been seized by the Federals at Smithland.
Bt. Louts Septembar'lJ. The Pacine and
Iren Mountain rallrotvila have beeo coancctcd
btre to enalilo the triansportatlon or trooi
without change of ears on marching through
the- city.
gomery retreated after an hoar and a halFs
Bkirmish. Tho Kansas troops abandoned
Fort Scott and continued their retreat
Si.'Loni Sept. 13. Gen. Rraines 1 re-
ported to bo 40 miles from Lexington Ho.
with 15000 men. F. Harris has captured tho
Government agent in Boone county and took
a number of horses.
WAsmsaros Sept 13 News was received
to nicbt that the Confederates are moving in
largo bodies from Fairfax Court Hous to Falls
fi.-An
Heavy BkirmUhing by the pickets is also ro-
Ricnuo-SD September li The Examinee
n nn Itahnltetin board the following:
"Tho postmaster at Letriiberg writes the
postmaster hero:
Gen. Floyd had another engagement with
the enemy on tha 10th and routed them
killing 650 wounding 1000 and taking some
prisoners. Ten hours after this. Gen. Floyd
heard that tho other winrj of tho enemy had
crossed Ganley river a few miles aboTohim.
Helhcn fell back. This report is reliable.
It was brought by an officer who was in tho
battle. Our loss was small.
It Is asserted In well informed circles that
Honorablo Tit. "Walker Bteretary or War
will soon resign and Adjutant General Cooper
will succeed him.
rr.. i vi -.tn. Va.Sent. 14 Tha Confederates
rnmmenced advancine veaterdaT. movinc on
both turnpikes roads towards Bile river and
Cheat Mountain. They surrounded tho fort
on the summit cut the telegraph wires and
continued to advance on ths lk Water until
witdin two miles of our force when the shells
from Loomi a battery cbecKtd tnem.
Skirmishing was kept op all night- Two
Oanfedtrato ofBcers wero ifiot by our piereU.
One ef thanTls sopjesee ts be John A. Wash-
ington of Mount Vcraoa.
PsAMCiosT St. Boat. 14. In obedienco
to ths subjoined retolutloBa adopted bytb1
m. . t.1 -r v i-Ai iv. r-v-i "
uwwvbx pmnvij o- -.v.u-j Bloat A Bro
r.n thn full -.mn-icm doses.
Oar prisoners numbered one hundred and
four all of whom have just marched for Rich-
mond under a strong escet t. We are picking
up others almost every hour and I am sura
the loss or tha enemy wiU be at least from ono
hundred aad fifty to cne hundred and seventy-
five anil a ecmpleto disorganization of Colonel
Tiler's command. Tbo general impression of
their men seemed to be that we would shoot
every one of them trithoat judge or jury and
when this delusion wh expelled by our kind
treatment a complete chango in their spirits
was plainly manifest and they seemed quite
-.!r..rt -ri-Ii their lot Tha oEcers were placed
" . . ...r .." !..
on paroic oi aouor. &au niMTa kquucu h
courtesies of the camp. This Ir ia striking;
contrast to the treatment received by OUT pris-
oners at the hands of the Yankees.
- f
Oca A KMT ox Tn Potomac. Lt. CoLH. W.
AllenJ C. S. A arrived on tho 9th at 5eW Or-
leans from Richmond. He visited Gen. Beau
regard aud roports his army in excellent con-
dition. Judge Walker of the Helta writes on tha
3d that thero had been a great deal of sickness
in East Virginia particularly at Manassas and
on York Peninsul. Thfr moro thin any other
cause had delayed tho advance and cramped
operations.
The health of both Magrnder'a and- Beaure
gard's armies is now howavee- rapidly im-
proving and the sick list fajt-fisiioishing.
Brig. Gen. Crittenden - - bare a brigade
of cavalry and Gotv-n Dorn another. Onr
cavalry Is arga.-d.neods experienced brigade
ecmraindev
Thava13? artillery are very nnrawoiw aad
j-irakly drilled aad eqalpped.
Attention la called to tit aetlM of A.
who taia CoafedaraU Bonds
ernmentof the CoBfedtWveaat?1 Zl 'JZ 7 Tt "
ff Zland allofJitrs co"15' in ' " TWtterHVjtof fdt dues.
of Tennessee and all otfctrs cp
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. Galveston Weekly News (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 28, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 24, 1861. Galveston, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth79926/. Accessed July 28, 2014.