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NATIONAL HORSE SHOW
TO BE HELD AT
SEPT. 2a, 3d, 4th, and 6th•
DAILY ORDER OF ARRANGEMENTS
The gates will be opened for the admission
of the public, from si o'clock, A. M., until
sundown each day.
TUESDAY, BKPT. 2d.
8 o'clOck A. M—The Judges will assemble at
the President's Tent to organize, ascertain and
fill vacancies, and receive the Books of Entries
for the exhibition.
o'clock A. M—All horses entered for pre
mium, exhibition or sale, must be prevent on
10 o'clock A. M—At the sound of the . bell,
will form on the half mile track, in which all
horses entered for premium, exhibition or sale,
are expected to be present and take their places,
as called by the Chief Marshal.
After the grand cavalcade, all horses entered
for premium will assemble under Mks flags de-
Fignating their class for inspection by the
11-i o'clock A. M—At the sound of the bell,
Classes Noe. 18 and 19, (Farm and Draft
Homes,) will assemble in front of Judges'
stand for ineection, after which they will re
tire to the east part of the - grounds for the test
ing of their strength, and qualities Lr work.
121 , - o'clock P. M—Dinner. The track will
be open for promiscuous driving till 2 P. M.
2 o'clock P. M—At the sound of the-
Class No. 6, (Mares with Foal by their side,)
will assemble In front of the ,Judges' stand for
211 o'clock P. 111—At the sound of the bell,
Class No. 7, (Breeding Mares,) will assemble in
front of the Judges' stand for exhibition.
8 o'clock P. M---Trial of speed of the horses
designated by the Judges.
4 o'clock. P. 31—At the sound of the bell,
Class No. 5, (Stallions of 2 years and under 4,)
will assemble in front of the Judges' stand for
5 o'Clock P. M—Trial of speed of the hotses
designated by the Judges.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER an.
S. o'clock A. M.—At the sound of the bell
Chows Nos. 8, 8 and 10 (Fillies and Colts,) wil
assemble in front; of the Judges' stand for ex
9} o'clock A. ht—Trial. of speed of the horses
designated by the Judges.
10 o'clock. A. 31—At the sound of the bell,
Ola No. 13 (Fancy Idatehed Home, Geldings
or ?Caroni) will asaembie in front of the Jude&
stand for exhibition.
101 o'clock A. 31.--Trlsl of speed of the homes
desigruited by the'judges. _
111 o'clock A. 11—At the sound of the bell,
C • uo o. 11--Colts (Stallions and Geldingsi 1
year and under 2,) will assemble in front of the
Judges' stand for exhibition.
12 o'clock M—At the Botutd of tlla bell, Class
Na. 17 (Saddle Morses,) will assemble in front
of the Judges' stand for exhibition.
121 o'clock P. M—Dinner. The track will
be open for promiscuoua driving until 2 F. M.
2 o'clock P. M—At the Bound of the bell,
glass No. 4 (Stallions 4 years and - under 6,) will
assemble in front of the Judges', stand for ex
hibition. • • ,
2/ o'clock P. M—Trial of epee' of the home
designated by. the Judges.
B.o'clock hi—At the sound of the bell,
()hes* No. 20. (Poiderunder 14 hands, &0., see,
bill,) will- assemble' in front of the Judge l'
stand for exhibition. - ' '
2} o'clock P. M—At the sound of the half,
Class NO. 10 (Family Horeah) will assemble in
front •of the Judges stand for exhibition.
o'clock P. M—Trial of speed of the 4orsef
designated by the Judge*, . .
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4pf., •
9.o'olock A. M—A GRAND OAVALOA,DE of
all; horses entered for prenalunt,' exhibition or
sale; will Asks place on the bill' mile track.. •
10 o'clock 'A 11--Trial of speed of the homes
designated by the judges..
101; o'clock A. M—At the sound of the bell,
Cues number 12' (Matched HOrsel,) will sum
ble in front of the Judges' stand for (WOW
11 o'clock A. H—Trial of speed of.the horses
designated by the Judges.
111 o'clock A. li—At the sound of 'the bell,
cities amber 31. , (( in band,), will assemble in
front of, the Judges' stand for exhibition. =
12 o'clock ii=grial of speed of • the bases
designated by the Judges. , . •
121 o'clook,l ) .lll—Dinner. The 'track will
be open fox promiscuous driving:tint:ll4 o'oloOk.
2 O'clock P. M—Trial of speed of the horses
designatted.by the judges. . •
,21 O'clock P. hl--At the sound -of the bell,
Ofass number 8 (Stallions .6 years and over,)
will ailsernble, in front of the Judges' stand for
:exhibition., • - • .
• 8} o'clock. P. M-1 rial of speed of the bones
designated by the Judges.
4 o'clock P. M—At the siouud of the bell,
Class number 2 (Thorough Bred Mares,) will
assemble in front of the Judges stand for
• 4j o'clock P. M--Trial of speed of the horses
designated by pie Judge!). .
9 o'olock M . —Grand . Entree of Horses by
States, in competition for the PRIZE RANEE&
The horses from each State:will be preceded by
4 banner bearing its name.
9 , 1. o'clock A. 11—Trial of speed of the
homes designated by tht Judges. .
Ni o'clock. A. M—At the sound of the bell,
Oka No. 1., :,(Thorough: Bred. Stallionsi) wllt
wisemble in front of the Judges stand' for ex
160'clodkA: lif —At the sound of the bell;
Chas No. 14, (Cientkanee's spans of Driving,
Norses,)-will assemble in froot of . the Judges
stand for exidtittfoiL
11 o'clock .A. lit—Trial -of speed of the
horses designated by the jndgeei
.14 o'clock A. the , sound of
Claes No. 22, (Tandems Tridems,)
assemble in front of the Judges' stand for ex
12. o'clock M--Trial -of -speed of the ho
designated by Judges. - •
Ico clock M—At the sound'ef Ae • : PP .1
Noe No. 16 (gentlemen s`' Driving,'.:Morteed
tieeemble in front of the indges' stand 19t
, . .
clock P. W—Trial of speed of tiptoe*
• . tad)* thejudges" ,t
M--At the iound - . of the b6ll
tiolOkisgiaseiettialof speed F of i thorcnaghtlred
H o bstaftiatted by the Judge".
Is O'clock P. M—At the sound of the= i e s: l l, l
horses to whom promituoa hoe boa
"INDEPENDENT IN - Ath TIIIKOS-4.EUTEAL IN NONE."
HA - REIS/3' 61-iV% , PA.: iiDNESDAT-,:if... _ 2 : 7, , 1862
will assemble on the half mile Click, at which
time the awards will be announced from the
Judges' Mands, and Inehliumillags distributed.
Ito Chief Marshal "requests '.punctuality on
the part of' , •the eihibiteirs, in- having their
horses• ready for exhibition on the signal of the
ball, according to- the' adiertised programme.
Horses notvready for the exhibition as called
for by the Chief.lfarshal may be rejected
from the list of competitors for prmniums.
If sufficient time has net
given in the
programme for the Judges to examine any one
class, before the calling of another class, the
first named class will ,examieed on a vacant
part of the ground, if eo orderat by the Chief
Marshal. • " '
DR. W. F. LOGAN, Chie,Marshal.
FACILITIES OF THE FIAT NATIONAL
Rarely has *guild public enterprise . been so
highly favored with good fortune iwitsiincipi
ency as the, next: September exhibition of
horses, in .Williamsport. Not:.only have a
great number of persons:applied fer'stalls upon
the gronnds,'but Altatlognished men,. Whom it
is an honor for any one to know,.kindly *rite
words of encouragement and good cheer, as if
to remove every obstacle to the ,waccesfpf the,
exhibition. The. railroads tlins liberally vie
with each-othenimaett-ofservice :
Philadelphia & Bkaing Railroad.
Northern Central Railroad.
Elmira & Williiiaport Railroad. *-
Syracuse, Binghampton & New York Rail
Fest Penneyliitufla Railroad.
North Pennsylvania Railroad.
Philadelphia, Wilmington & Delaware Rail
Cumberland Valley Railroad.
Lehigh Valley. Railroad.
Central Railroad of New Jersey. .
Delaware; Lackawanna and Western Railroad
will carry horses and grooms free one way, and
will issue half-fare excursientiakets tb Visitors.
Thus it will be seen that Maryland ; New York,
New Jereey and Pennsylvania are throwtcWide
open to the exhibition, apd wonderful will it
be,"if the masses stay at home. The indica
tions are very promising. from -present appear
arices. Many entries of horses haVe been made
from each of the above States. The following
are some of the: oted horses entered and sand.
expected, for training on the ground
The Arabian Eagle, Morgan Lyon,
Pan Yaun, John 4211plti; ;
George McClellan, 10. lAtarietHm,
Bob BM: •ChWrielltrarile
'tonna Morrill, Bi'k Hawk ; M essenger,
Geo. M. Batchln, Jr.
Also,Eilifiltol7, the famous Stallion, formerly
owned famou s
byjay Minorlßotts, of Virginia don-
Sscated by the rebels; and re-captured hi the
Union army. Jr' *dated upou good authority
that $20,000 have been offered for him" and re
Ileitides,theati ' . are. numerous dela . ndehbi. of
the most noted in this dOttntry. Thor
pugh-bred Messengers, St f.awretice and all the
grades of Morgan and Black-HaWk Stock, give,
promise of coming. The comparison of breeds
will be one of the instructive features of the .
exhibition ; their advertisement and sale,, 'one
of the profits to the exhibitors ;' and the In
qreased value and usefulness of the equine race
generally, one of the public
a. :26-d2t . • •
.11. W a . IS
NEW ROSNWOOD PIANOS, kiln the beet
makere i from , $2OO tipylipails.,
THE BEST - ~124.1IEWOZOMS
/LENTS, 1149X145,t0 slo o r
(Sultan, Vlnlinij.;.KoiOadecirks,jFlt i tt'es, ' -
Fifes, Dllll2lB, Panjos, Tamboorioes,
Violin:and Galtar 'strings and Duni
LiOtat always on •
band. 'Ili& sent by mail to any , part of the
Spitable foritooktOr glaaniVand 4 1 kinds, 01
Pioturesalwaygon hand. • "
A. fine assortment : of best plated
, Frorn smallest to largest sites.
• Any style of franie made to Order at the
shortest notice: • '
THEM STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
pONFEOTIONEBY OF AU KEND,II,
• • FIUME AND. SALT 1118 14 `
And 3 , 690101 es of all Ueda, brought
.direct iron lAA
'Enclkernparkets, twkif arreek,ano oiaronssed onaer
- pEirspeet supervision, %Dos- tumetidg me to sell C 'Vetter
end laheaper - article than asp in,thenewnet,, , :
130. 1 °tries trothirdistwace ;Headed MprOPlPtliiaad
zoo& delivered to iin# tart by the'otti free or
FREtH CANNED FRUITS - re tly on land_ HMI
, UM] JOHN WEIL
••FIGE3 - ,Aiteri, Frau' es and all
411341111'a Nuts, at JOHN ' 8004 . 120 rd and
"Nut. • myl
nperior brands of eztra farailyAffoni.
b Which FR warruk o give 'estlefention r ibr
- . NICHOLS & BOWMAN:
Corner Yront sod liarkek strew
e qalld ' ', l"3l 44 a a r tarva low/tele 0 • i''
z*. , ''" ' .' . : APP.': trot ind•NotAir. sti•ets. •
joi , a „
ei: I iiiikakco ll r B6: l4 . velic lf : ilijiici4 ll l,l
moi l loam thali'' .14 toWYN
• 4 'v.s4l'
IhSti ryg l " V '' 6 91'4 o'7 '. ii , . t .d . 1., '•
BAKER'S Ooooa and Sweet Chocolate,
Ibr at JOHN 11%141, aid Walnut D 7;
93 Market atm: -.2 ia
amiti rg s , P a.,
ream 111 ' '
• 93 'dirket street
ORANGES AND LEMOAIS, • '
ly Tmg -ft'
From our Morning Idition-
fßO.lit ., . "OAK:
The Bare of the. Militia.
••• • • • - You, Auguat 26.
p4pecial Rarinttei go lhl Iliegryh t
From the et4iinsoeof the. enrollment of the
military of this placs iti .has been ascertained
that nearly seven hundred -volunteers are al
ready in the service, out of the voting popula
tion of 1,900. pan it be possible that a draft
will be regultdte from this place. B.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Arrival of the Steamer Hibernia.
HIGIELY " IMPORTANT NEWS.
LEmm , nolt EL RUSSELL . TO
Eli g huu rs Nitioil Aatilut Ain
Fairtmat Port; Animal 26.
By the atetanahip - Mbernia which pained the
Point title morning, we hsar6 received , the
lowlag highly - interesting letter, •written by
Earl Bussed to Mr. Stewart, in reply to sidle
patch from Kr. Seward':
SW. aoae z x o AUL STIWARD.
FoinaGN °arm, :Lointow, July2B, 1862.
&a :—I have'. left. hitherto unanswered a nd
unoticed the despatch of Mr . Barad, ' w 'eh
Mr. Adams delivered , more thee a month 0.
I have done leo partlY bp:at* the ' Mili -
events.referred4o lOU Were , Witte iipinio of
Her Naiades gOvinurderit,plifitiabeh* is
ive, and partly bactiusailiere lineup pro ' in
it upon which-Her Majesty'e 6*o;nmelAt
called upon to come to any conclusion ..' Es; to
ettbseAuent ielbe date of Mr.fieward's letter
has shown that hertklajesty's , Government, l in
their opinion of the first of -them • points, 'were
1 4 1 444 1 mm t•:Victories Piave betaVgiductl, o
versee have followed, potatoes have been h
id in the moighberbootil bf the capital of e•
~e 4 there4rwilitous have been acomn-1.
panted by greatsir of iife in battle and in the
hospitals. While Mich =Neural as the borithsss
ton 14 have:pmad Ural& both bonito! of
Cirons, mid wititthe ;irrociantatierie - of n.
butler attNew Orleans, bear &ridable:4Elbn -
mallet bitt4rnent of the tariff): The "approilChr
a 'PFAU wails° much insisted upon ity litr.
Seward in. his , tharitatch, only- forewarns us that
another element ;Of deatrnctioai may
,'liti added .
to the loss of the property' and the waste of
industry which already atllicts a-conntry to
lately prosperous; At this moment they haie
nothing more at' heart -thou to , see that the
cOusurnutation which. the .President srieeksof in
his answer to the Governors of eigh
teen States, . namely: file: bringing of
this unnecessary and. injurious civil . war
to a epeedy. and • satilfactory ctutchishei.
As to the course ot -opinion 'in this Couutrk,
the, i'reddent is• aware Mutt peeled freedom to
cOmmeottrupon- all public events 'is In this
country the invariable practice sanctioned' by
law end approved •by universal sense or the
nation.:.. I am, Ac.,
,Tbe Loss of the, Steamer Aix*.
iitirmssfiTs or ; immainuoze.
men-Residlo6 of gii*EWe*)lnllnrolltlC,
• ' '
The list Of the pagkengent of the Acacia half
been riketred.• Ur. -Robert &le., Owen I st 4
Mii.liichanbrin, Wife Capt. Richardson of.
the Fifty third Ohlo regiment,;Jas Amt. It
been stoertiliunt -that not more than thirty
persons hit* ;lie - Oohed:
• Breckintidge is MpOrted to •he storing his en=
ing sad are
every man We l t fifty 'sem. . •
Gen. Grant Asie ordared alLtioil-tnaldertte bare
tote enrolled. - In #6.,46C'eti4bk.b/ Abair re
spective-I States, it • . P;coltoiti4ll4 draft will be
made , among them. Persona thin drawn will
be artioad ro4o44trietits' Of tisii"Rwa States. , .
Elm Dix Noi doing New °noun.
, , IVAxixneros, *nut 26.
Major (enr o l Dix - *milli in CO/Oand at
Fortress Monroe, Whither he returned a day or
two ago. • Thislute rett the rumors that he
wea , to supe , reede Ms* General Butlef at Mew
:The State Department has beefs officiary ;
formed of the , death of Dr. Choir*ol.,arel4L*
: . ell, of Hartford, 'Cords-ts while eOg age
'mr.• Pothericlei expettlitiOirla 'search of in:
waters of the Nile.. '' Dr. Brownell istrifed
113 Egypt in' the early part of last winter, gut
int!t his death was occupied *p is S v e il, PP
• Yoast;-Ang. '26.
Cott 436 firm. 1400 inlir 4k* -C
Flour heavy, 1 1 491XiIiiii., - 1614
95; ;Ohio - 95! soas , 6o I_Mitheiii Al 4, r ,
5 75. Wheat one cent • /0,900 Vat.
ioid; clomospeo gi sci r 1 19;
91/1 - 01(16, 22; Red western r sl, las
to ri.entuckrgl ggeld Offil - vera
cent, sales ` - 13,000 solicit ;.;(- .1
I quiet. Pork heavy. Lord Arm at 9c @
9t. Whisky . Arm at 31402. Sugar steady,
Orleans 94110; Muscovado 9109. Freight
drooping. Stocks steady.
Very La,thsi from Virginia
POPE'S ARMY 18 ALL 'keit:LT
oprictuas ,A CORRESPONDENT
OPEBATXCATS `,9N. 6 TILE ItaiBELS
TEE RAID AT CATLETT'S
Slaughter. of the Rebelsby Gen. Illokette
[Bpccial Correipendetzee of the Inquirer.]
. • • Wasznanotr; August 25.
Haling left Warrenton at an early boor this
morning, we bringDere from that point of the
'debt date, although we. write from Washing-
• The stringent order of General Halle* pro
hibiting correspondents from **msg. in the
army, and any officer or Soldier from giving or
selling them'any subsistence, and directiug all
'guardsAnd patrols to hold all such under ar
rest, his made it 'diatonic the last week, to
procure any edentate information, And to send
it to you, or to live while making the attempt.
We did succeed in all, however, but suppose,
from the fait of its not appearing, that you
have deemed it prudent, to withhold it, while
others have iiiffilished that which is really inju
riowt. The Wild and absurd Story coming from
fidrper's'lrerry, while nearly wholly false,. has
done harm. .
Had thittuthleen published as we sent it ,
it .would - have relieved public anxiety, have
given thei rebels no information : and the exul
tant look ife have noticednoticed"since our return here
upon ths many'sympathizers with the iretitil
lion would not haVa aggrarated us. We left
the army of Virginia andthe army of the Po
tomac this morning. Where they now , are and
what they are . goingto do wahmit. Suffice it,
however: that both are not only , safe, but that
there bag been no large battle fon,ght, no loss
es of any account , sustained,. no panic, and no
retreat I.' Neither are expcted by, tie ; we gay
no retreat we have fallen thirty miles back
ward, but we did . not Eight all day and retreat
all night We marched, and the trains.also ,
in the daylight !
We held an ntifavOtable'piWition to.meet the
rebel army, now massed to crush ,rt force that
only went down to threaten while itoCliellati
attempted to fin back, Which was at one time
pronounced impolnible. We will not attempt 'journalise the Mogemente of; oath 'day.
The reheianoW hold the Ibiitothauttocit river,
basing , a`force Wpon hpth aides iithey tbithiten
Warrenton Una the Shebat:49okt • valley. Lee
and Jackson, with 80,009.,0f their beet men,
ate known- to be hear Sulphur' Spri age, while .
Jackson commands their extreme left.
Lee is in command , of .the centre, and Genii- .
els Stuart; Lea and Robinson have *bunt .6000
cavalry'snd one battery, of artillery, carrying
on &guerilla war this - elder of the Rappahan
nock: -We einnot streak of the preparations to
meetthern, but we think they are. ample... Oa
Friday eienilig ankh forces in undisputed
posseesion hfiroth aid,* Of the _Rappahannock
river; at the railroad, and,for'some miles upon
both WO were Ontharailinad train that'
halted for an hour ot Oki) at-"catiett's," thirty
seen miles from WirahirigtOn, and thirteen from
the river. ' - . •
We were first startled by the report "we are,
attacked'." 1 4014/3Fking to the side of the train,
'we found that the rebel cavalry were all around
the cars, olden iridiiscrimitiris firing at once
coMMenoed : `We grilittlY'rettinred to put on
our shoes, knowing they were scarce in Rich-
mond. On getting Oil the train we; fell into
the - custody of the - traitil; cavalry, who were
charging trii thArailioad towards the Station.
In the Me ` and excitement ate gracefully
withheld illy demOrisliatiOn of resistance, and
in 'a lew`mbititellthe PurnellLegion opened a
the into the f*Eaf teir eaciirt, and in Abe con
fusion of the iiicinient wa i l& company with two
others, eecaped mid* once made , for the . bar;
racks tire rear •of the, station, where we
aroused the men, - and'aien.took refuge .behind
a dump; which strong' position we held until
daylight did - appear, and secentrirad all retired.
We were Ootti.huothed 'la* from tire sta
tionoind weld 'see turd hear the , rebels for
several . hours. Theft.' first. operation was to
poldi pickets for abill tale around the station,
anrithin At i eu — ri.,alr ~P.rieellers and to
mar& them to` the tear. , The y were exceeding
ly larlidefotut and looier their threats;; the
most fearful ottani were continually poured•out.
Thar attention Wm Arid ta%ned to the baggage
train, which *brain,* Circle • around the ita
don, itud - corleisted Of several, thousand, mak
ing , *Whim molten Et motion of twelve- or
fifteen miles *tot the exception of occasional
firing,. they met: ith 110 Mildew% until about
an hoar after the runiell,laigioniutd_ been mu
rummied and taken Priionem at the station when
enverirkvoiltryttnealPope'e baggage train caused
a-stampede; which lasted for several minutes.
They' emained` it the station until about 4'A,
bt., when their pickets were diawn.dn and the
- Aboat 'fifteen. minutes after their arrival, one
Of the most terrific stories raged for about an
hour or two_ that we have ever witnessed. The
rain Pocire4 down in one continuous stream,
aiiii itll to this drencVng rain that: we are in
debted for:the safety of the thousands wwi
gout.' They would not burn when fired, and
w as no other way to destroy them. They
btiriiesiz, two of which were antler wagons;
but the storm cameup while they were
.plundering the others, and: otter that ft was
too late. , . .. • .
They took off over two hundred, horses of
robe's trolion of WM* were very'fine—and
twenty, from iffeDowCll, They secured all of
popieebaggate, bit did root getctke moat nal
nalAe th 4.1 3 44. titifa with $6OOO in
Trent:try Notes, and not a staff officer was left
&:shirt or 'Tinting., &go,. • From. Mclkow
wesafe they sepored few : Abousand dollars,
allottfi loaatitY AblxlßT . f..iOok bils wagons, wee
Of "die took fr4ti:theln.
AU sick ii/4 FAtt4el). from Abe hospital at
to elatio n, bot2MOst of *ern were put on the
stok*bOrees to ride, 14e medic al instruments
ifenitiot-ri i ii;pd, but the medicines were taken.
two separate attempts • tcv take
ridge "west of the station near a
.°; Ether were retailsid by the guard each .
of • - •
i bpr.witionerawho escaped
uk fh kne said trkAPti atorouralfed ao
f , „ .. Ontoi twolinapiaiganthwreach
ed 7tpa l , Rue * J.,,l4,4Biterioderk.tb Col". 1
AOC tivrtta444 , l4.hortsboistaite:
ld" tifilbouCtureihindred prisoners, some
of whom were allowed to ride and some were
wa lking. About two hundred were enlisted
men ; the balance teamsten, &c. Among the
Having Procured Steam Power Presses, wean prepay
ed to ex acute JOB and BOOK PRINTING; of every
deeerlptleu, cheaper thin It (an be done `at' - my Mier
establittonent in the country.
R &TES OF dD V KATI SING.,..
_. Soar Hare or less constitute ens-bait 'square.
21 Ones or more than tour constitute a square.
Square, one 4ty $0 21
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noikeebieer red la the_Zoiimi om er
before Marilee... Denbo, .1116 fir GIBRIF PLR
for each ineortim •
Marrhgeis and Dalian to be abused an regular
Lieut. Keiphart, Qawtennaeteibarrolrs Bri
C40n9l Leonard, Marylead ' Parnell Le
gion. ' '
Capt. Gelding, Qnirtermaster with Pope's
train, and his Sergeant Major. '-
Lieutenant Winslow, Kane Rifles.
Lieutenant Moore, ,Quarterinagter Harris
Light Cavalry. • - •
Lieutenant New Jersey Cavalry.
Flint Lieutenant Brook, company P., Purnell
Secone'lletitenia Ilegarth. _Company B,
Colonel Cleary,Becood Maine Cavalry.
Mr. Sites saw General 'Stuart andOpaeral Lee
conversing 'after the storm near .thn-road to
camp as they were marched off in a hollow
Alegre. Stuart was giving Orders about des
troying:the Railroad bridge.. Out kale mile
they had - a.battery of six gun4and_tbitteide of
Warrenton was Robinson's brigader,olsavalry,
making with Lee's brigade about four thou
sand. They bouted they had ten thousand.
When they reached Warrenton they were
meta)) , the people with open arinr; everybody
rushed out with food for the rebels, andall had
bountiful larders supplied from our commissa
rial; 'the prisoners got nothing ; they left about
eight "o'clock W., in the direction of Water
ton and S a yvllle , but Lees's cavalry'went off
towards front Royal.
They said that the main body of theitianny
laid at Sperryville, and that Stonewall Jackson
bad a column moving off to the right. After
the Rifles were charged on a second time Col.
Kane and Col. Myers, of Pope's staff, es caped
to the rear, and succeeded in r a llying about
sixty of them, and Made a charge down towards
the station on them, they again ' charged upon
them while they were plundering their `Wagons
and drove them off, and they did not return at
that Onint,. the result of these charges' Mtwenty
rebels killed end wounded, file dead lint,on the
Held, and sir horsed taken from them, and a
number of prisoners releeinXL They took three
largo eight bone ambulances from one of the
train', and loaded them with their wounded.
In all, the rebels lost some forty killed,
wounded and prisoners. •
Qol. Kane had two men mortally wounded.
Privates J. Kenna and %Indict, and Ave others,
Colotel Rene had out picket 'of sixteen
men, under Lieut. Winslow, all of sileastware
It is to his cool and dozing 9qaduct, **gat
of Col. Myem, that we are indebted. for the
only checks these wen received.
The rebels are:' now but few miles '.oast of
Warrenton. We have lost' in the wain of skit
wishes during-the-last week i about six hundred
men. . - 4.1 s 'brigspsible ttigiiWal their names.
We were refused by, olkers 'pop all eldesu list
of names, sod are told It lily, ordeF.
No;ietteizare allowed tn vett& by, doers
9r men,, nomad' are allowed to be emelt), any
one under any condition, ao people are not to
he alarried at not bearing
en !row their relatives.
:Wairtiii ; wear retaken 'by Gen. liic,DOwe/I
on attnelarnoon, With a Mill 1081.
The recent ./tains raised tho Rappshennonk
neariY fifteen feet, but in I.few flays ja,„gan
again beforded anyviliere. , _
On Saturday morning the rebels "etteelited
to cross in strength at the isAlrold -bridge on
the Bappeitanneck. Geo. Ricketts drew , up
his artillery and infantry, a$ open are. upon
the rebels with twelve or fifteen . places ,ar
wkly. • . , ,
Several hours aftenntrde a'second latti s tr
was mode. by thew to cross, when. Ric s
battery opeued 'Upon them with temlble slepat
ter. It firsuppOsed that at least one the :wed
or fifteen hundred of the lebels'were
No attempt: wee made'by the rebels to : reilittive
the dead bodies cf.their.eetWere, hut agaba•end
again they ' Wadi their ovs the kopLies
of their' fallen comrades,' acid `as tepee, tlly
were they'reptthel. , After driving *Egli Vac
they failed' wain. to try it—Ties• bridgetiotas
destroyed. • - • we
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