Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 12, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 12, 1864 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERAL f\ ? WHOLE NO. 10,242. NEW YORK, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1864. PRICE FOUR CENTS. HELTON HEAD. Arrival of the United States Transport Karnak. lntt resting News frtm the Depart? meat ef the South. 1XCHARGE OF TTUION PRISONERS. CONDITION OP ODE MEN IT ANDBRSWillUB. Our Officers Under Fire at Charlcates, Tie United flutes transport Karnak, dept. Ihrar.e, eon-1 signed to lh>< United States yuartermtister, arrived at this port yesterday, having sailed from Port Royal on tbo 3th Inst. She reports ?On Wednesday, Sept. 7, at twenty ?iltiuee paat two o'clock A. M", thirty miles to tbe ??.-utb ward or Cape Hxttorar, in a heavy gale from the ? ortb emu . broke air pump piston. At twenty minuter.'? at tour o'clock A. M. got uoderweigh again ,H still blowing a pale On Thursday, September 8, passed a large eteai..er. wltti a tibooner in tow, bound -onh, supposed to be '.lie Juiton. On Saturday, September 10, passed a steamer koued sou lb. The Karnak bas tbe following list of rae ?r tigers? Surgecn L. D. Waterman. Eighth Indiana cowalry Bur genu p. r. Stckior, Tenth New York cavalry P. II. Bai'. baeb, H. B. Bales, H. T. Bird, A. Ib ihart. B. Brown, P. L liurdcll, 3. 0. Clarke, J. li. Crosbinau, J. Ihson. ?). T I'intey, 11. It. Garrison, J. U. Gray, 1.. A Griatet. fi. 6. Brio,.I. I.. Krantcr, H. B. Noble, fl. T. TVrt.oi,?, '. ti. Eoberison.G. H. Russell, W. V. Rutledge, 1. M. -'aiite'.;, E. t-cbell, J. P. Tuggart.S. I). Tobey, J. K. Waxen, a. N'. War, B. A. White, U. a. Wilson, J. M Wi-.Uwl, K. L. Young, C.J. Walton, J. McCurdy, all released surgeons and aseiatant surgeons brought from Cbariealnn by a ,<ag el truce; Judge J. M. Laila, or Indiana; Captain RtwseiJ, United Blatee Navy; A. P. Basbiord, United than a Navy, E. W. -unborn, United States Navy; F. Constant. I1. C. HerM.iiniu, < buries Cokhardt, Edwin CurrVer. GapUrn J. ft McWiliiams, M. C. Leonard. Mr. and lire. hither. Mrs Oeae and cbtld, Mrs. W. X. MeNeilJy and cn.id.aud seven, teen in tbe steerage. Purser Bufbtld wiH please accept our tbankefor favors received. Mr. Oscar O. sawyer's Despatch. Huron Heap, 8. C., Sept. 3.16b4. lb pursuance of an tmaerstandicg arrived at between the Commissioners of Exchange on tbe part of tbe enemy sad our side, tbe steamer Wyoming, Oiplam Jones leli bare en Friday night last, to bear lieutenant Okoel Btewart L. Woodford, of Major General Porter's stall, Acting Commissioner of Exchange, to Charleston, where be was to meet Major Lay, of General Jones' start, and receive a number of non-combatants, surgeons, cbap hbrs, boepital stewards, &t., to be released by lire rebel Authorities without equivalents, and declare: duly ex changed. Tbe Wyoming crossed tbe bar at snnrisc, ard tied ?p" to tbe steamer Crescent, wbieh bad on board tbe rebel officers who are to be placed under Ore at u?jm ?sings' Point, Morris Island, at oigbt o'clock colonel ?Woodford eoreyun icatod with Admiral DahJgreo. on board iSS iLgrutp Harvest Moon, and stated tbe object or tot mission. OrdmiwWg at pneo f nt ashore by t.uk-rfi v. o:dford to GtRM^BCb?3>oibnnki. uoamandTug frtTcfi m M3rris Island, m suspend fire white the iisg was in operation. Admiral Psblgren signalled tbe Monitor on fic-vl oil Port Moultrie to raise the white flog, as a aiguu.' ot a sue ?oneion ot hostilities, and Bring around tbe harbor on boSb sidos ceased At leu o'clock, Use Wyoming steamed up to the drelg Bates point ot meeting, between Ports Moultrie and 3vuj ?sr. and reached it before tbe arrival of tbe rebel Steamer, which had been detained by some accident to tor machinery. She sons appeared in sight, however, ?d the Wyoming anchored to await ber arrival, on fwoching tbe appointed point she rao along sido tbe Wyoming, sod was lashed to ber. After a somewhat lengthy Interview between Mas" and Oolonel Woodford on important imxiW lovutved in Ute e trial, everything was settled, and aboi.t thirty ?nrgeoos. chaplains and hospital stewards were i e'eased, aad were received on board the Wyoming. Several women wore also received, to be carried through enr lines (Jnito a number of oflicers of the army BBS navy, who had oosno down from Charleston lor the Bieccd ttmit to procure an exchange, coukl not elect .bat ?hject, ;iTO were oouipelled to return to prison actio, w> ?wait too action of tbe government. Among ibrm were lieutenant Commander Austin I'endergrav., lab' com mandiog tbe Uo.tcd flutes steamer Water WUrii.can tared m this squadron, lieutenant Hayr-adibr, United Mates artillery, and Lieutenant Lagan, of tbe patrie ton of the nervine. Lieutenant Iflcbenor, Eighty-fifth I'snnsvl *ark? and mnors. Their ex tiango oould n it be t-ne ,>ed. ?toy appeared to bo in g?x><l bonlih, but ?cmeubo' de in ?pirtts at the Uituro to g-t roicxand irom their Maagreeable pof ttlon. They, w tli the eleven bm.l-ert ether odiccre in t barV-siun, are anxiously swatting i uoh aetiun on tbe , art oi ti.o authorities at Waabiugi i. ? ' wtd re-tuft in tbeir release from prison. Among tbe olloiers in Gherlcsun are Lieutenant ? otor.el CxBiyitgnam. ol the Fifty second I'enneyivaiita. ard ceyi. ttaoi H. iiuer, of tbe first I ntted staled arlil'ory. livv are ui irrH>d spirits, but. iiko a'l tbe otoers tb?>r<r. ai? in Med i f *kith uh rnd money. I lio|ie bi be aciot'iv*i?f by tuts n.ai . partial hot of Olivers wbo are ic^r er.de I a tbe militvrv prisons of Charleston. Tw< prwatei of the Fifty wwh Nts Ynrk Vrkiiitwrt wbo wore captured on picket detv it l'urt hoyai lorry u few dayssioee. were uno-iDdttionaiiy rele.i.?'l by iaeuertU Aunis wbo c "Ud net approve ef tiwimnner ol tho r eapt ?*? r.ed fbcrehrre would not rer.vrd |tom M (boa ?re of war. Hiey were irdnced to rrr^n th? f*rry nr. Btaied to bring over a rebel refugee who cajiod V> them Itir succir. On reachiug tne enemy'e stde itey wore ftwuntiy xdtsed and made prtsooiira of war and aer.t to Okarlestnn. irom wb< ni e tuov wcra 'inmeiViaieiy aant MM our IW'ca aga n by OeMral .L>no* wlien be as. i.rtait. ed tlie |iartioul<M of tbe adalr It was a very fu> and feandenoo thmg on tho part of tbe rebel general, and ?? appreciated. As doixi as the exchange bad been effected the rebel ?Leaner cast K??e and irtexmed for Cherie<rtoD. whi t tne Wyotnfhg sjiewdlly iqi swebm and slatted lor tn.eprint An hour after tbe white flags were hauled down or both wensoK end tbo garrisons of forts -irmtor, ||ou.irie an<l Jobasun and ot eur batterivr, wfi > bed thronged tbo parapets of the works while tbe tontiitlies were su*r ended, began te take to cover a*eto. ?ad beiore sond,>wn tbe "ppoaing gone wore m full play, i and dl was war sgnto. The coi.ditlo i of onr prisoners ft Ande scnvllie !? be ?mnMig m yc and rrwre pitiable aud vad. Tbe mnrtauiy ttor# .? fejvfd to TODtrmulsyL. A humlrod or a. re a toy are taken out kmi^rlMlgbikLbr same brjt-xl : ?>(? mem m exkihitedon lffl"parim the "uew hhium, at fha ?td men sad yonnx hitys vH? guard the pris.ine?* arty eatied Without deeirHig to/mbarat? m the tf't the 0t% ernmerX in its P"lwy, Hrn be said that the rebel feiscnere sDou) t be treated in like manner, as the only way to put a stop to a svetein that carries oil uuE mi i mure rapidiy than buttles. Ihi rebels snould be ivK jf, from their cotnf'irtable quarters la NorUievn waterieg Wlatti, r>?b as JchiwpiiA and Kelly's m .imls, and pau cd Jh sunpen tiem, tfl'.bfiuicoeer, antj Jed as onr peir frl Sows are fed-i? btile or iipHunj. ' ? ** ? ' The follow log .s a list nf Jie oiAoerfl and pr.vsu ilr >ttf c by H i 'nr J"bn 1 Lay, toting Assietoot ?i" ,u ?ptCtnf itrnir.tl. rebel army, to Liautunxnt Ceicnei Blewsrt I. Wkidferd, cf General 1'istor s start,Sei leu; tor ft, We wHhuil o-folvaten', and declared A.iy t? ?uifkk" po' Rtr'n r. fl. Bai'hafhe, 14th 'lllon# cavalry Assiateol Surgeon II. H Baers, In MaamcL isetw ear airy. Atss tlanl bnrgw.n A. Ltllhfcrt, S7lb ()hi? hi antry. line,nisi Steward fl. T Bird, sib Onto cayalry. flMrym U brnwn, 1st Koutbcky cavalry. (hirgrvinfl. I. MuiU' il. 4th Kealimky InfliRry. On', tain B. G. t larfee, 101b uhio eavaby. Assistant -urgeen J./B- Crvftmao,'.dth frtdf fasraWy ] Ass'.suet flurgooo J. r. Bixca. htb MAneenta miYptr-", AssiAtant burgeon J. T. llnley,2d l?(WKu. ky cavalty. AHS: 1*0 Burgeon II I). Oarrteou, 4tfi lnd.arn exvairy. AesU'ant Surgeon J II. Gray 8th hntraaa cavalry Asa'SUxtRurgcn t. A Grimes Jid nhlo Inrautrg. A't's'snl d-irgson K. B. Hale. 4th Tennrtsoe cavalry. UimilamO. Hnin|'brrva.2il M uraa. husent cav nry. A Kistaiit t-iiigojo J. U Kranrer, 2d New Jersey catalr) Assistant sorgei n M- B Noble, Jd Onio cat airy, purgenti H r l'lersnua. 1st Wiac?nslO cavstry ruts lets nt flu MS ll a W. H. Piersons, United State* Navy. Adsisiant Sorgeoa C. G. Robert*xi, ?tb Mtcbiyaa cavalry, aaslsunt flirgaon O. H. Kusse'l. Mb tndiens cavalry Awdt'tnnt aitrpeon W V Ilotledsr, 2d Irvlliua c.valry. Asab lant Burgeon K M Sacttelt, 93d indiaaa foiantry, Assisiaat Burgeon E BcbcH. fib Indiana rsvalry. ?orgiwn P. E Fic|9er. lOtli United cU.t? cavalty. Jkirgcnn J. E. Laggaft, 4th tndsina cavalry. As* slant Surgeon 8. |?. Tobey, Sib Micbigsn ms ri y.,e riant Burgeon J. T. Walt-ui, lUgd i'i nntylv ioia mf. ?uri'eno L i>. Waterman, Atb Indiana cavalry, Purgct-n A. N. Walr, ?th Indiana rav.ilry As*'slant Surgeon 2. A. White, 1st Wset Virginia osvalrr. ASUfUtif "'iifgeon O A. Wtison, I4tb Illinois cavalty Pnrteon J. Ik W A).aril. 6th Indiana eavalry. Aeistanl Burgaon M 11. Young, 4Ui Kentucky tntrt ml AaaiMtnnt Swrswrn U. J. Walton, if 1st Kmtitioky infantry Assistant Surgeon .1 H Harrington, tsth (xianectkinl In' AtBHsinnt hfergron J. McOerdv. Halted fwuns Yatnnteers It flarnw, f?. G., 6ktb New York Voluttleeis. t Harmon, 0t?. fl., tilth Mew York VmunUors, Most of lb* aboya ware capltnwl m Utn Rtonrm ,n raid, t ne or two are from IbnArmyof tho I'otoma hot tbe ht.Mitce arc fiom Hberwin's department ,\ piimbev ol theui go up on the Kant tk to-dxy to ff? w Perk Jkt> peaith ?t tto Moeog tcuotkis gnmparati<eiy gued H to reported that two or tbree cages of follow fover tad appeared in Charleston. The tlnten PrtMnefi Vader Fire at Charleetaa. The following ie nearly aoonaiMct<U?t of tbe six hundred Uumiii ofltcera now conflaeJ la (^dHoloo. They occupy the same quarters aa those wmifreWto the (luy oilloors woo were exchanged some tirne alnco. At the last ad v.eee they were all In good health ?aw roaa. Capt M Auer. 16tb caralry Ma,or A N McDonnell URth Capi C H ALdrieh Lieut 11 A D Merrill. 5th on* Lh 11 f J 11 Ahtar,, 4jib JUleut 'V Nvoe.Harrln Igt oav H L Bath, 132<i Capi H J Hfowlfin, Ulh car fill Billing. l> S etetmcr Major V Kelson, ?th Water Witch. H T Lieut E Pu mer. 57lh Cat 6am J Crook. 22d car Maj Cram is Pruro, 7th art Lieut Col E V Cooke, Harris Capt fi C Pierce, 3d cnrnlry .win cavalry Cupt .1 A Penile id. 5th car Capt (I J Dow nine 3d car Mai W H Reynolds. I4tb art Lieut J W Drake, Co B 130th Lieut \V E Roach, 48th Capt J A RuAuIri, 5th cav Lieut J Rockwell, 97lh Lieut Eugene H Pales, HUat Cap! 8 B Ryder, 5th cavalry Capt A L Goodrich. Itth car Lieut A O Hhafer, Harm Capt tlctman, cavalry light oaralry ArijtdaaGlltnour. ,'yih Lieut E K Sill, 133th Lieut II DGratr. W7th Kn-ign G M Smnh, U8I C M G anger. HSl'u G Scbule. 4SUi Mayor W P Halt. Rtb car Liect Win II Bhelten. 1st art Capt tohn lied, 4.'th Lieut Jno U TbODipson, lttli L a Haul, 45lb Inlautry art Lieut John A Hopper. 2d car Lieut Harry Temple. Harris Capt b'arid.tones. 11th art light caratry Capt L E .lodnoii, lOtiib Ltet Col T P Thorp, lat drag Ma tor j W Joneu. 71st Lieut M A Tulhill, 1 Kth L.eu: K Hunkle. 4,'db Lieut G Veltforih, 54lh Lluul I! jlo txandler. 4Mh Capt J W Vandcrboof, 4',?h " ? B L?? ~ a ? ineot C E L-ww, 1st drage Capt J C Whiteside. !(lth lAcut Frank II Luy, M V Capt H G White, ul'h L'eut A T Satusuu. With inf Capt M W Wal'. o9t.i t,i*ud A Leonard. 7lat Major U U Wan er 24th ca? '( pt Da fat ng w ortny, 8G!b LleittG W West. 1st drag i.i'-al ' rack Mo ran. .3d Lieir W II II Wilcox. I m Li -.t W I Maitin, 123 Major,1 W Young 74lh rKhNSVl.VSNIS. II indrrson. 3d art'y LtKuger, 67ib L' 'I L Brown 1(11 t Lt i P L"slle, lcth cavairv Li W II ilmki-r 3d cavalry Ltd Morrow, lUlsi J.t If. nh Cor (\v; 10"<t Capt It B .'IciII&f, 17th cav Capt i T Cu..:i'FUt_. llth Lt I, Major, 12th caenh v t cavalry Lt [J Co.dii an. T7th J.t |) McNeil, l.'Uh i Lt Byron Da' l? 7ist Rur-coti .1 M Duahane. 143d Ia.I S Dcv nr. 7Ut Surgeon 8 11 BongliKui. 71st Lt it" >' Davidson, Wet Cgju 1 E Mtcbenoi. Kith Lt W G-Dutton (iTih l.t McKeaee, 73d Capt R H Diw. .'itiib ? ('apt ! S McDowell, 77lh Lt M Flick, ti7ih Lt F Moore, 73d L' Loul- R Forteeuie, signal Lt W O'Cmiiier. I'lth csvaky coiCapt K J Penny back't% J8iii C.ipi W L Gi a*. I'otlsvlDe, earn I 8 huylklil county LtC P Polls, 15)si Li J P Gamiile.shippeosbueg Lt W N Faxon, i4Cth PC Gay. Ilouevu1 Capt I IV IT, fi7t.h Lt G W Grant, Capt W A Rob it son 770l 11 Ds d Garhsi 77th Capt.I P Robi ion, 67lb ( Apt I) \V Gunbar, i. Ulh Lt l> M Mpuiicer. Pit.rbusg ? l Bird, "ih _ Li Jas P Smith. tilth LIT F Hot. lirri' (>7th Cap' Goingm Rrhell. 48lh Lt Col * unn urhani, 33d Capt.I K .Shroud, 77th Lt l? Gerber. ,7:h Ll K O Shay, l:ltb Lt McGo'ern, 73(1 Ll .lo?upli Smith, 07ih Lt V Felh'W 4bth Capt Klctcl er Smith, KOd Col .lobn Fra et. 140th Lt O W Simpson, C7tb Col Hoyi, 32u Major log Stuell*. 2d cavalry Lt < " fic'i'e.t H"d An utant W H Town. Itidd Lt i B Reliti.'lOlr. Capt D W Mullln, JOLt t apa A Hc'hey, 14'd Lt I) GoKav lath Lt H 11 lllmlu, MUh Cant Wm II Telford, 50th Cant l- A HnbNtU. 071h Capt ( C Waldls, lSOtn ? at t J C Honeaiach. I42d Lt V R Wrarer, iflih Ll W:u l!?ffnrr, ditlv Cam A.I Weeks, 67:h Lt B V llnrrlagton. Wtb eay l.t Harry Wilaca, Wth cav'y Lit-I* Holiaiian, 19tb car Cap' Fred Kauarber, 18th AoitW HVwm. 103d cavalry Gapi C G osckwuh 84th BsysACHisBrr*. Lt G G B Adnus. lSUl Lt F Ushorne. 19th Lt i> F Cbuhuck. lOtll J K Pnrkinun. IJ s Jfavy Ll <;das Davis, Istnavatoy Lt J U Itumed, 12ih Lt W 11 '/ulloU. hattery (I Lt J B Sampson, 121b Ct.pi llcr Jenkins, !r. 40tU Capt J Skiuuer, 27th onto. L? A B A'fc'.r, 223 arty Lt F MItlward, ADC Gen Lt i H Aru'Strung I'.2d bcammon Cat 11 H Airan. Co F, Slit Lt .1 KMcncenham. Ringgofd ? Cspt II II Moiely, 2.7th . T.t R W Andtr-on >22d . j.i vv l! Bio" n. f8d Lt A W MuCnae, 2d Lt .1 W Ba'n', ( -tb Lt 4'hns A Maxwell. 3d Cant 1. H P. 'tP, D'Tth Lt .Ins H Murdoch. 3d Lt G E B'a r, J7lh Ll W P Morrison, 33d Lt O B Dirndl, lflh Oai t M V B M Mor?un,33d JA I> B Caldwell, 75tb Lt .1 8 Maboncy, Co K. 2nd Capt I I'ltanc, 2!ai H .11 Hoble, AsWt Burgeon, 2d Cat' Char us Bjron, Sil oavaliy Lt V 8 Case. 2d cnvalrv Lt ?T II rolls 75lh Capt 8 S CaniMiid, tot *, Ll .1 a Pgui, 122d Capt Miles Caion, Co H, list Id J B l'uinpbiey, 123d Lt 8 D Carpenter. 3d Adi ? Ll v A ?.'urry 3d Lt. Lt 8 D Carpenter. 3d Ad it Bam I'.per, 3d Lt v A Curry 3d Lt.Tontt Blehey, 3d Lt C MLDrosa, 110th Lt Geo V RnblRSoh, 80th Ll V R Pari . !2:ld Lt John Roticv,?d Cant R W EjaoA 4th Capt W C K ssman. 3d Lt O P FalrBe'd. 89tb Capt E A Shepherd. Ufllh Ll R H Grar. l''th lA9? Strlbbllne. 01st Capt .P'Mus Gates, 334 L? F S|iencar. 17th Lt 0 II ' "?ss. 1 ""h Lt Shmij 7ih cai slrr Ia p Ho: cey jl'Jltt Capt M S Btansbnry, 95ih Chs* l? Itecry, 4?h i? ? . Ll Gbaa D HdSryTtoh oar Lt A A rsytor, 122,! Lt W M Hudsou. 9Btl Dapj B M fhoinpson. <Rb LI Wm S HhUber. 3d Lt Chss I'rownsell m' Lt?7 W Bate, lOlst capi W M WUsoo. ir2d Cam 'as M lmhria. 3d Capt Riadon WiMiama. Itrti LlJ JottOA setb CaptiJ W Wills her. 4Mh Lt D (> Meliv. 100th Lt Waiker, Co B, 21st Lt F II Knapp. 9"1 osvalry Li A K Wnlhaek. 3n Ll A Kcllv Lt J DcW WMIinit, 3d Lt Win O Lyon. -3d ll.UKl.1A Lieut 8 A Albre.-dOtta AC it Lee H Hamlin, 123d Lie.il H W Adams. 3ihb Llant Charles Howe yist Lieut le u s Adams, tkltta Lieut John Hood. HOtli Lieut M c Bryr.nL, lie Lie d R G Harn.er. -0;h ? al l A I B . - ow. 7f!h IdeiU .lobn A Jones, 21st Lieut U* B'ggF. Ii3d Sauil T .iou-s, iklth Carl I E Ko ch, KRhear laent .1 kenoiston. '02th ( . r' B ("imbelL 3'lb Capt Guo K h.ng. IHtb Capt C Ft Lodge, Aid . jpt _ - . joeut ll cnniflia inh l i* it J(.? 1 ox. 2Ut Capt C A Mann. Co K. Rll.eay L eut t ?? Dig s H'-h L??it tV 11 McDIII, utltb Lieut IT G" rh.trl.24th Cjpi V C I'*.-?. 80th LieitGilG ihle.otut ea? Cart J Hourke. lii lt art Latin feui'iP* H nilv 7?th Lieut \V Kaudail. KOth ? *',r " . . ... I'tA^. I i..w It IT td- auL I Lieut J Ha *nisn. !7?t*t Lieut T VF Segar. Rith Cant W It H 'l Iblh Liect F 8 nweiuforth ?4th .c, r'o . 4 Q7 ll W _^a l Csrt D 11 v. rC'ii W B Wngot, 80lh Capt A Hfdgr. ?ruh ( apt A Wilson. 80th 10 lr.it W Austin, 5th Lie tc I) Dil'ln. 7th Li ,i B .-' ir Ih Lto c 1 W lluilman, 5ih '"s"! 1". Kr.'com, .V.h Ms .or M 8 Marshal', oih Cs i Wl o id, -gb Crpt J fc Fate. Slli ni? P ? " 11 R ' islu'n '7th Oapt A M Knr'er JZi itl oRlhc-e -VH sr Capt WiIMam l.ogtti >n. 17th Hi ???'.' btG A I'. Lltclifle't 7th eg* -.'.(?'hear L.nni L M Moore, til X..UI.I A ? ?rk. 7th otv Lie .tLC Mesd. 2-rt Lie. Lewi- lira*e.-2d Capl J > Vpi .n. 17th Oem I ?? Do'-te, tODi Ad Jo taut A h MaUh-ivys, 2*1 Liu' tlh JI??au.i.oD.atkiay Lie n tl A Moon, utli ??? 4 :.'F A1 Ci*'.| 11 li Dowers, i ih car ' Gordon. 'Uh Lin Is H I'erlev. ktiu oar. ?t , i i J... '.tea i: \ Van Natter, ist (gv Knl'git, i'.uii tisrt H D W.nids, 2'2d lXI'IA Ok pi n ,n J Du|irun, V'th lt'iioochl " ihi 11 C, PoRer /A! K> vrr,T( r. L ? -... , * it '? CtfcmenH, I.'nb Ms o W N Owen* l?tm* . ?' r,- l.Vuit G A Puller. Co. A, 2d Lh-nt f : f nlvmsn. 1 Rh ear i'sc A Ko-?r'. 4tl' taniis H.C ' Dunn, In;i' L'e-i D i Fliepherd, 6th .-sr Car v III! > 1 .1 "I Lie ?? K ''Thorn. 68i (rivalry T Cn'lwtuk i TWi haies Wth eiyr Lwut B ?' Alien. 2d I leut T T Reh- wn, Tlh see t'ani .l ( A irun. Ba'ieij D l.i u ' I, II (?*??.,ti. "ih ear tsiarlll' ? (apt W II II Hoh'.irs Jn capsdol b I. I'oxiea, 13 1 car L" ,? K I" Reynold*, i?? ear Caplku c Austen. 8th Lieu: A e Bslrer. I ll CaptEO'Blien 29lh Uittii, Chspl *irhb. J't earaiiy WlSIOSSl*. W G Bdtu r Hhh Ln ni C M Drnlsbmsn, 7th Li* it'i W ilti sir 1st Maj W L I'm -on* 2d Lieut R 'V 'ai M>u (Ghkosb Ohpt R H Apeiirer, Maii'eon Ml, i D si K< i'Iu ?, I lb Lieut O P fevlon -'Irl Lit ii A II Mck we in. lulh isnri Lie * George nr K Li*. 'th Lieut 4 ".ette. Mb Can v, III u IJ?;i?.4ih Lt I II Slcwj rl.rl i tdelph! Lieu Win R I radge, 3th P?. Mb ? II iwklii*. id's Li* L i: I. Shrscder, Mb I>||.||||.S k eh a. Ml' ,? Bwrdner. 5h see Wo. J Morris N4> John 8ao*s. 5th ' mthn). i 't .? West Lit 11 4 VJams, loth We*? Lt ) i Ran, . I*? Lieut .*< 8 Madura, C'h eav LnJulJ B CeC 'e T. 2d sr taeu' A ()ng. 3d eav Capi r,;jjn ( isis. 1st Mat L A I'hrit s, 5xh Caethe^pHfli W *i t,l?ut i PJ'ooto. 1st < - urisb pher R, i?l Lt Col U It 6l<ci(hiO!l id t'fl Ifigin, 15th Wonera b ,i|i*h witers CD li ?l). Is, llr 1. A VVhilr. lit c*v Yi. Mi; sjeiios. 1st Cspi C M White, K 3d car LmiiJRR ?ub.'nsoa.MHe*' ?!???? fcr G R'.xil > " .. Cay t II Ccke. t AO III 3 i.'e K D " V-'r' U" IT* l';" ' krr' '?? <*<tnr*d 'ri oi" * Lletil John lUnd'on ha ul J Btadl'ord, HoOgkee Ide.il K h Mkmea, Co II Id ?irf "fkfTif fan llm r R Wise. 13 h ?-ai I t n Kc hole. 4th ys sssttrr ,* tirtrr^S' ev Brutm, ijin 7t U'trtPl*' HCD '1 ?AI>- v f rer.T, f|g ue^p.yiwwriw . ^ ,?ih apt <2 if 14 i ft, i3tb ? ipohr ("Vf '' C'sj e.L hti ?<ti. Slh I. eU,i M Fa.f it 7RT ?Jsi t Jam, s I. A #. U? Lleul w tenner, 2d -fly Fm\ n R '(.ail. isnav Ll* '.1 c D Dr'erson. let c-te Cat' C A Adams. 1*1 oav H b lliglev, Co li. I?t W W b' eman, 1st or.v Lieut K itsther 1st rs* I c II Flem IH, is. ail LiUUl I P .Slhlie, 1st car ntivt "l*4 ' '* <5apt R ?kbodeld, 1st i-ar laent I'M Hotdfii trt ner Lieot 1 R Tbomt' on, saw Capi f ? **.' ax 2d l?M l>? BmHh. Llitleleo <smA R?ev Id rt>.. t Mi.C?"<al!? *#, 17U> Loni C (> Hi.rrt ,'nh rs.ter* UN t RooJ> ns. Ilk i ap tB'.,K?ti4um 4th tistd M G Whitney. 79th Lt FmatoP Bennett, 181 In* Id W MJfarnaitoer. IW art ?iR H*riiecRi<P*l uorpe Ll C V 3exa ?, Id lorsntrv Lt Wm Blaw har t. *d ear t apt W H lBf CapUohRi hr'.iopher.ieth nf Cspt G B r.er?e, HRh inf Lt T H lie wees id ivs'rv A?St Foe A 1> K-msha'r, P ? Lt-'uhn Mean. 1st artnierr H. Wsahington H II Prentruss master. Lt G u A Rowley, ?d 'Of M '? 4? It'irsir^. dts ui Foavy Csrt K L Binitb, lOtll laf Lt ji.* H Gsseiby i)ar Inf L' 15 J Bj'aniiWng. *1 oaralry \>t * I) Gsies usih inisptry l*t A Htoil. 4H' en' alry (AM v k Dsn. t Mh Inf cwpt t Ten Rjoa. mth 'of Eu*sad L Itsuua. a,slug HR ll Montgomery. 5tb osr. ? astir U F N V f.eneyirep'h ., ? . ? Cspl c M il Leoser. 2d ? s? Ll Pi F Pettijobo, M 0 I 3 Ltll S oatnin, 1st nsrs , y R Mlnnssola REBEL ACCOUNTS. kbpt Msitf n-Fnev Utniliiil and Ttrrntf-tyyung Utp-Tsw Oesi ?*r |P?xri Uregg- l'he Laairrtption ??? CiiitieKuereThe Ptlseneie Mwvwla ?? nni.'?l'otilgM MteMenls let te toe Kit tii|ita<1, ?r. , Iroiu the tklx.licnrii.rt l .mtiiinnt iojii 01 ?. r.i Crisn w-yus Rapt. T, J334 V* f miaows ?tt? innAea w sloene lalafd to day, a*d mareued into stock ado a in the rear of Bxtlary Wagner, guarded by u largo bodyo: aontmeis. new guns. The enemy brought two new gun* to Gregg ibis after bood, drawn by twelve or fourteen horses. i From the(Iharlestoo Mercury, Sept. 3.) Since our laet report sevouiy-eigbl shots liave been fired at Fort Sumter and forty shots at the oity. Hatre riee simkiue aog <'levee have kept up a steady fire on the enemy's working parties at their new battery on Bcb'iener creek, firing seme fifty seven shots. Tbe Vankoes made number futile attempt last mabt to blowup Fort bum ter, but failed, tbe torpedo exploding about tbreo hundred yards trout tbe fort. There la no . bange in tbe fleet fiie only iifo lost yesterday by the enemy's shells wee that of an unfortunate c^w. A tiugro .vug severely, hut not dangerously, wounded by a fragment of shell. T*B COXMMUPTION TO BE ENFORCED. [From the rimrlerlou South Carolinian, tept. 3.] Tbe resolution of tbe authorities to enforce the con scription in tbis city bur met with general approval. The enrolment will be shortly proceeded with, and every man from seventeen years or age to forty-five is ordered to report to t be enrolling oiiioe. fbu order reoeutly issued, wbioh does not exempt foreigners resident in the city, is josI, as they nrc oot entitled to greater privileges than tbo clti/ene. when afforded tbe Kama protection. Ah order permitting thorn to leave tbe city sbooid be con sidered a favor. NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. ^ WABBIMTtrr, Sept. 11, 1804. TUB 1881 LOAN. Among tbe umocepied bide for the new loan there wore two, auiouuiiog in the aggregate to over six mil lions, at from 3.37,'J to 3.75 prcmiam: nod another for one million tour brndrod thousand dollari at from 8.07 to 3.37){. A party of cllizorto of New York subccribod together for five houdred dollars, offering too par ?ept premium?the bighont rate of all. It will be tnteroe'-tqg to bidders to learu thit the bomfs in pnyweut of the loan will be ready for delivery at the Treasury Department to-morrow morning, at ten o'clock. Such prompt de livery la unprecedented, and is due to the Arrangements made by Secretary Fesseuden aud Assistant Secretary Harrington previous to the opening of ibe proposals, the blanks having jcen printed and otherwiso prepared, so as to require only the siyna'.urac of the proper officers. Tartlet, therefore, who hove subscribed to the loan will not be (subject to tbu inconvenience of the delay hereto fore experienced. Ike adjustment of the bids, with a view to the award, was not completed until elsvee o'clock last night. THE SKVBTf-THIRTY LOAN. The subsc: lptlons to the seven-tblrtv loau for tbe week wore $3,151 000, lofal to date $32,137,4rd). TBA'.'KPOIVINO IN WASHINGTON. 1c accordance, with, the proclamation of the Pio?ideut, thanksgivings for our recent g'locepv-s were otrered up In ail tbe churches here la day, and tbe condition of tbe country was tbe tbemo of uearly all the sermons de livered. AN UI'RldHT WkTKBBB. General Spinner, tbe Vbited States Treasurer, yester day received a letter, of which tbe following is a copy ? Please put mtn the Treasury tbe euclwued aix dollars, tbe excess puM me .is a witaess at a court martial In a ueighbortni: city. Ibe acting quarter master, knowing tbe fact that I had come, and was about to return tbo game day, made out au account for me whicb be said was cjrrect and usual, paying for an Additional day for ) coming and anc.lior for g> inp This sum in Itself Is no object to tbe Treasury; but if It bo the means of draw, ing the attention of tire government to the like abuses in tbis department of tbo public service, it may save hun dreds of thousands of dollar*. IMPGRTANL FROM TENNESSEE. The Cobc antratlbn of Rewi(BB,i ?'<>?* ?aml-The Railroads Again m Kan nlaa Order?Rebel Deserters and tlxe Rebel t'onserlpttoa?Reported du ac tion of Dick Taylor with B'orreet; Ac. WAsnvrujr, Tonn.. Sept. 10,1814. Despatches dated 1'u.aski. Sept. 0, to Major It. (1. Polk, A. A. C. , state that General Douaaeao concentrated all tbe forcca of (Vcnerata Sieedmau aed Granger and bis own at Athens, Ala., and moved towards tbe Tennessee. General Milroy bas returned to Tullaboma. Tbe cars wUI reach Ublumbia ibis evening (lOlbj, coin ing north, the railroad being all sight south. Tbe country is filled witb strolling bands of rebels who have straggled from tbelr commands, and also with por tions of tbe lenneascs brigade, which war disbanded for thirty days. A report bas reached General Starkweather's headquar ters that the rebel General Die- Taylor has crossed the Mississippi and .ismed Forrest, for the purpose of enlist ing in West Tennessee, and recrossing the river. A scout just arrived from Savannah, Tbnn., says all males between tbo ages of liftoen and forty-Uve have been conscripted >n ? issfss.ppi. The country was fun of stragglers. Ibe Joes n General Starkweather's brigade was very small. Amuktmeatr. HROAl'WAY 1 HE At KB. Mr J, be Owens ccntiuucs biavcry successtni uogage ment at this theatre. The bouse is crowded every night, and ought to be so ter a mucth to o ire. Mr. Owens play to tbo Victims and the Hoopla's I. wy,r. His 8oien Kb ngle !n .ho latter play, is one of tbo finrst specimens of clara ter acting ever reeo upon the New York stage. THE MINSTREI-P. Tbe !,-ytt ts login their tal'. season 10-nkght. Wood's minstrel? keep < pro bouso all tbe y?ar round. I be jjree of adrolsiKui will bo ratred to thirty t?nis on sod aftor ibis evening, ? .tb tw only cents a..tlilu.ua! for reserved seats. Arlington, Kelly A boon's nrnstmis begin a abort ?euron at the Urooklyo Academy to-iiignt. ibeyaro highly a.toktn of by tbe oOtotry papers. *--?< RbLAVKV?U'3. Rarnum begins h,-. <!t-mii.c season to-day wltb the Mason c lirnmn, K eg ^ototruo a Signet Ring. His com I ary is about Ibe same as iesl roe sou, but is much slrot <ihenrd by the engagement cf Mr. I/'vh'k. MiiaC. A,ford hss become Mrs. TV. L Jawsou. Mirs Avonia Jones opens at Norfolk to n.gbt in JfedBd, aud wtd stay the e two week?. Hr. G. It rharles, lbs Irish comedian, has intt orielu.ied a very exceiteot stigagcmeni under Mao; ger Glenn. Tertvali js meeting with ber usual suc cess lu tbe provinces. The Tnrnfsit. rmsr Pat 'b rnocttkDNoa?msmbh AT TU TV KM hall, nrc. Ibe programme of tbo first day'a celebration of the great iurofes! was somowhst Interfered with ycfterday by tbe mclemeasy of the wenfhor during the sarly part of the day, and tbe projected excursion of tbe Tur ners was thorefirre postponed. At ao early hour the "torn Hall, in tibbavd meet, was densely crowded. A meeting wage gaol-ed muter the presidency of Turner 8Uo?*l, of l?i fiouis at which the fitrujjr apsoclxtione of tbe fbl'ow inc titles were t*pfeseUied?*" I a#lorn ftates- itoiton, Has*. , Rochester, Springfield, Few flavo". Conn TTart'ord, DndgnpiB't, Rochvtile. I'ro v,dance. K. I. Cltv and stats of Now York?New York, t'. conwngdaie. Williamsburg, Itnzofclvn, Raot New York, New Brooklyn, New Kocheile. 7#wburg, Albany, Tough keepeie. Tonlerr, saraitorport. New Jersey?Jersey Oty, Hobotcr. Newark, Garletadt, Trenton. Hudson CHy, Kgg Harbor <??. Missouri?8t. Loais. Pennsylvania? Philadelphia, Vtttnburg. Mamepd?Baltimore, ineirict er < ostmbta?WashiBgCOll. ueoFfefVlfd. Xypnegsce llemohis iihio??inrinnail. Diinow? ( hivagoT reoria. A resolution war. after rune diaccsiion, adopted, to elect a r<organnatmn of ibe ii^raer Rood (t.?nl<m\ wbioh, during the picaent war, through vartone cirrnmstawcee, had become more oT :e?u dieoeganfyN. rhe idsn <a to 'fi19 ihfyf shove naurSui Turner fttAoclwil ?ne, which are rerftNgu'.clM tb j lumteet bye me eight hundred tnnn bere. K<>TVb,s Purpose a <aoiml*taa was apjoioted in which eMh 0i the above named Verger eeeurlat'oivu ?re reuresoTued. Then the prire Judges were elteid, of wfium the fo'Kiw.ng la n list ? VoaTt aits>, wire IrourAi vsais?Hostler, of New York; Rreun, "I Hartford Irnnsoher, of Williamsburg, fc.agcl M?rd e' New Ifaveu ' ? u '?liner, of -Trattonpi.rt. Tos fdw. wrrxH't Ini-tsi-uvvts?lebrruton, of Pea bur Fdi.ard Mfftler, of New Work. Koehler of New York lleitn, of Hhltadelphta. k ivcmo.-Rtoppel, of ' nloo Hill, Br.bnudl. of Wklhemi burg Tfeirhard, of Roeton. lathe afternoon tbe Tur ners were aaaui assembled si tbe Yum Hall, and etyeved themeelvea tn their peruhxr way. TYie greatest hllarltr prevallori. Tbe me*ting room wae afllrodidly decorated with banaers, ano the o'd yu >ker churcb jir<'sen'.e<l, au a whole, a abiuewliat . urt oe *!-? bL The meot ing re si wbaie In rurmer times the old Quaker congre gcl? n worshipped, wss yseterday crowded with ?n he v.aettc. i.s-m.iov. Perioiinanocs and esliibtttsns of a ? om>dai and eemi sertonp ??n?rtctar were in order ' Da , g.,r i?.'ot ' was is p'cotl'ui as ever, for at? ' e md of ei b table la* a cask, from wbH-h It was dtspotmad. Superintendent Kennedy having not died ibe Fast a?m mtttee tbst the nenrert which waa to tako place at the now Btadl theetro m the even-ng wottld ho an infringe ment of the law, it. war arranged that the atid t ?avert eh" ibt o?< tnma i e sacred conectt, and, m ordor, to c m ply witn tbe provisions ot the law, Turner axblMttona end deulathattowi were to tako the piece rf music. It wed also annouoord ay the Fort committee that *be prlre I tirneu anil prize raaoing would tako plaim a! tho I'urn tlvll to-dny. and that the pirate at Jones' Wood Would bn postponed until Tuomtity In can? tha wpalhei otumtd cou ihuh to b? ahfaverablr PETERSBURG. [.Anxiety of Lee for the Dan ville Road. brilliant operation by our troops. Capture of a Whole Line of Rebel Pickets. THE ANTICIPATED GREAT BATTLE, a, a. a Mr. fVm. H. M?nUm>i Dcapatelt. In tub htsi.n, Sept. 14,1864. I 1!B.TV MB1NG. ' fust after dinner yesterday (two o'clock) the enemy opened a large number tf tholr pieces upon the Tenth corps' front, and for a considerable period delivered a verj heavy artillery fire. Our artillery resiicmdod with much spirit, and we unstained no damage from the ardor of the enemy's fire. At abont two o'clock this morning some or the beavict firing of the campaign took plnce?aw.iy to tha left, proba bly on the Weldou road, with what resell you will learn from your Firth corps correspondent. rnusovai.. T.ieutcnant Genera! rrant and General A. II. Terry, commanding n diviaion In the Tenth corps, visited Gene ra! Butler at department headquarters. General Thomas Francis Meagher Ik hero, being a guest of Major Peter Ilnggerly, senior aid on the department siait." IDE SECOlfD CORPS. Mr. FtnJey Andtrion'a Deipateh. HsinqraJtiltRB, In thbKibi d, Sept. 10?A. M. moll asr carnus of rf a US mr QDnn us rrouKiAsr. At an ean. hour this morning, by n skiifhl manoeuvre, handsomely deputed,a portion of the enemy's picket line was ge.'cd vvl ere n was in very close proximity to ours. The position was cn a pieco of c immandhig ground. near one of enr field works. It was held by a heavy line or pickets, who bad their line intrenched. The ground was desirablo for us to bold, and General Hancock ordered the enemy's pickets to be quietly cap tured sod cur own advanced to tbe position which they occupied. Accordingly, at one o'clock tbls morning, n portion or lie Trobriacd's brigade, of Holt's division, aorprlscd the rebel line, and swept in over a hundred prisoners. Our pickets wese then- advanced to the cap tured point, only a few mnskelry shots were fired, for the operation was over In a raicute. Subsequently tbo enemy 'n pickets at adjacent points, end his artillery In h<s works In that porllou of the line, Bred (several shots, and occasional firing was kept up by both Sides dnring the night; but no serious casualties occurred, and we still bold the captured point. 1UE FIFTH ?08 Ts. Mr. James B. Wsrdell'e Despatch. BsAnqcAimmH, Kirtn Abut Fori*, Kept. 9,1884. No movement of any importance that 1 wonld be allowed to publish has taken plaoe within tbe last few days. Everything is working an finely an could be wttbwl, and there is much to give cause for a decided feeimg of satisfaction. siwshai. (fuss's Mfw covwkjin?hi" srf."v. ? Changes have been made in tbe command and stall of the First brigade, .Sououd division, which have not beiore been pubhahed. The brigade is eommsnded by ex-General (now Coleoef) Chsries F. Stone, with the following staff;? Jliir'iint Atl/Waml Gentrai?l.leutenant William J. llroatcb, Tenth United States infantry. Trupwr G'.nrml? 1 ieutcoant Auguetlhiemsn, Tweirth United States infantry. , Aid-d'.eimp?T.leutenact Ceo. r. Adams, Seventeenth United Slstes mrsnity. AiC-de UeutcDnut ban Ilnxard, Eleventh t mteU FtaUs infantry. mc t khaki lai.w.s. In lbs engagement of tho 19lh of August, on the We don road. Lieutenant Augustus Tbiemau distinguished him self in n manner highly creditable, earning for blmseff a most enviable reputation. In that fight bis regiment was in the advance hue, when It was tlanksd on both sides, and tbe enemy coming dews on their ftontr, surrounded on tbiee eider. A bold daeh wa^ made by the enemy, who captured tfco cobra of me Eleventh infantry. I hitman, Isevlng tbe ilne. lumped over the breastwork", sabre in bund, and, knocking down ihc rebel holding tbe colors, secured ihsui. and, umpinywyntn upon luo works, waved thcra deuartiy. Ill* sc.lioii w.ia loudly cte'rcu. and invplre't ,tin urea with reuewed oourigu. lie is it Hanover on by h.rth and oue ot the bravest auidlere In tbo artnv. Ibis brigade hi" been In the rent du >ng the whole i am iieigt, and ba? losi severely in both officers sad men. ' uiitlvakt xuavs, At'l-ds Fatnn. wliowstw ended sumo time since before l'etfisb'ir;' v>? uouve oil leave of absence before Ho* as sault uiou the M>|.l n Railroad. and, thou.U bis leave hid not expired by tw*n?y iters. an! nls wound bsd not wholly hen bid, bo hastened to th* front and participated in toe ate bai'!i" , thereby ? istog bis wounds to nreak nut at rerfc. ( THE WITH CORFf. Mr. .lanice C. FltapMtrlck'e Despatch. VrniH An.v Cow's, Kept. 10?/.. M. AKSIVA7. OS I SSSJtTSM?7BSIH CTJTUIRN)*. Four do* ovterc from the 1 bird Georgia regiment came I into oar lir.es yesterday. They belong to Mabono's dl*.? ? ion or A. r. Hill's corps, wh-'li m on onr front, waroarnon of nrK fbssi. akmv. I 1 roio their statement", as well s" from other tourccr, It Is slmo?t defln'ie'y ascertained that tbo rebels have disponed their loroea with I oegstroet's corps on their oitirctre right, holding tbe country between th" Vfeidon and Pdtn ille Railroad, and Hilt's corps In tho centre, occupy log the line of defence from the Weldon mad to Iversbu'g, while Iteauregard, with his division*, ctrrli'Si the fortification* around the city. |U"I'OSPONCT OS tHS RMttLS. These men ststo tbat considern-blo despondency has hern occafilonnd by ibe fall of Atlanta, especially among tbe i.corgis troops, who begin to lofe ail heart in the r&iwe, for tbe reason tbat they hsllcvo their State lb pe levsiy sotiqucrcd from the confederacy. iHg .'icnr *i ft* i t nrario* Pr the above designation the firai of the eonirsta fi* the Weldon road Is known in Ibe official rcp?rts. dr at toiftton has bean callett to an actoviul,P'ibli?bed in n /ournal which, from the apparently nuthoritativa char acter of the publication, might lead many to consider it perfectly cdtreel in Its statement#. Kulljusthjj his hardly been done to' the divisions of our c?ide which participated In that sngagerosnt, ntd which confeas-'dly changed the snri'sr d raster of tbe d?y into tbe signal vicMoy. Tbe UrM and Third dlv' siott merited and rsoe'red the highest praise trotn Makir General Warreu for Uteir valor upon that field, and, what c.er obloquy may rest upon tbo Ninth . orjw m tbe eati walion Oi other eorpe n( the Army of tho 1 otrnnsc -and ?it wouid be loccrreU io say Umt auch dtd tot si ml- lbs cloud i* entirety removed so far as the fifth curp*. end particularly the division of General Crawterd, l* rcn eeroed. tms svart a. llbtn gT?Hfylng stgbt to every well wither of our casso to w itae*K the wondmful rhsngo effm ted in our army wtthin a few week#. Fr> m large and rrequent re | inforc/imsnts our skeleton regimente are filling out to the 1 old proportions which they exhaled In the Orel stsg*# of their campaigning. Brigades a-e hskinntng to "bow an nnu?ual nuwtericst | foroe. whim division* are bsd-mf-g I bin# | , I'ftatn cnrfnvani'S IT Oof gcier*; ot... *r? W th ail in'* th" 1 s d*c dsn ? ovrilrid 'niprovomcnt lo tno I ,4 i r..q'. mo ?"? rf ' f ctcia 'y uf *b? troc|... vita rowrvi *"l>- F**'W. ' ito .r>' -?">nr not a.?r oi (?n* manful stfigg'* hers - one energetic campaign?and uewcc ls st usr.d nut thro'irb overt or*# of politicians ?nd dlpkmsts, hut inro i( it tbs right good arms and lbs truity steel of our i vU'ir * I yns lersonwisti ustff. ^ lit this ect.tsctiou I wouM ?st that I have bran numb surprised at the apathy iMtMlested bv lb* sinvy tegsrd 0 r uo apvroerhtog eld tton, and i vasture the predictien teal th' voto ot the ao.dieis wit. w a cotncamtively H'ht sr.e li der-d, thrtr lertingd ai d asnilmeuts rngstdlna iha 1 rasMieutati ? anipaigii MT S.iWlwe"' ? tfff fg?Mg?f ..distich which some ooe Hooiee ?? on ekpressloe of tbe jurdy Blurner ? let peu* ne? Iom by wrlttng v*b*i swords have woo by Sgbttag. Oar ?i>?clal Wafblagtua Oaauatab. WianvoioN, Sept. 11,18(4. m? (i rwvsn ouut tuma There ta ? general anticipation here tbat a battle s im mioent between tbe armlea near Petersburg. A rumor waain circulation hero ibis evening tbat a Ogbt bad taken plaoe: but upon Inveatigation it provea to be with out foundation. Tho anilety displayed by tbe Richmond papers !? re gard to tbe neat move of OcDeral Grant, and their con atant bsrplng upon tbe probability of tbe 8outbalde Kallroad bein^tbeueit point of attack, are suggestive as to their weak spot. No doubt wltbln a short tune tho public w.ll be gratiOed by a brilliant demonstration, wblcb mill materially Improve the situation. Mr. W. D. McSregor't Despatches. llaai'OrtiiTKns, Ai'.nv ok tub Poroiiaf, \ !-?pt. 8?Bvenlog. ) The batteries on the right and centre of our Itnee kept up quite a lively Ore to-day at intervals. The noise made by tbe i-nra as they passed towards tbe front attracted the attention of tbe enemy, and they endeavored to inter rupi the operations of tbe road, but without success. among ibo rogiineuts whose term of ser vice ;a about j expiring is me Klghth New Jersey. It loet a large number of men at Cbanccllorsville, Gettysburg and else where. Major Ilealy has been in command d^tn* the campaign, unit ha?, beeu wounded seven dl. erent times, noooof bis wounds. however, were 01 a seriousobsrwemir. Now Jersey will doebiionn s'- e tneso \eterans such a reception as is due their br?\sry and tbo important ser vices tbev lia v* reodfied. _ ? Hi'teen" hundred will '-over oor tosses fruin all the battles and sk!rrol?!:esof last week. the army is now .u hue spirits. HsiiMjvjiRri-BS, "'ept. 10 V M. ' At u point of onr fine lust west of ibc Jerusalem plank 1 road tho pickets have been fo close together tbat they co iid -onvcr-e without ditti ulty. On a pan of this lino, and sumo distance n tbo roar of their advance, tbe i enemy had thrown up a Hue of slight works, w.th tbo i intention, it is supposed, of falling back to them when occasion oTigbt demand. It was determined last night to drive them back to this line, and thus straighten our own. About midnight, when all was ipiiet, a division w:.s formed in lino of battle, and, tbe picket line bemg reinforced, was ordered to abvuuce, The rebels_wcre ov d^iitly not |iro|M?re?l for such a movement, as they ' were completely taa-u by surprise and nearly the hue cap'ured. T'boy ina.de em v oilort to rctuke tbe lost zro wd. b it d'd not succeed. t"ir men now, ocecpj 'J}? line, and are securely intrenched. We took above one bmlrcd prisoners, while our owu haw was very light. Desultory firing ha-? boon k?i i up In that vioiiuty all the msrntng. and the enemy evidently i?el soro at betug fo taken by surprise. Ktome o! them called ont to our men uoylhg, "That was a eu^ed moan Vank.ee trick anyhow ; but we'll pay you np r r it batore long. Rebel AtrouaU. [From the Richmond Examiner, Sept 9} rau.KM.iRu, Bept. 8, 1864. NothlDff has occurred aiong our line* to-day. There Wits some artillery firing on our left and right centro be tween ofitveu and iwolve o'clock to day, and at tbeMb" iimo a few shells were thrown into the lower part of the I'tlliO clft. KEWS FROM THE SOUTH. Rebel Aeeomsits of Aflalro near Atlanta. ? From the Richmond Kxamtncr, ..ept. 9 t 1 M.'ons, (la., Sept. 7, 1*84. Yesterday our advance drove tbo enemy from Jopsn J boro, and reoaptured the hospital, oentamiag ninety of ?"hTrm?nC^nt'.nuefi to draw I Atlanta, tor the purpose. It >s leoorted, of Rtreuatlieo wig tbe works ou too oaatsao, we.torn and sonthern ap prr?W? hundred will cover our ossee from all causes In the bauie and skirmishes ot last week. Tbe army is now In line spirits. Rebel Aceownts bom mobile. Drum tho RBiLiiiond Rkhsninsr, **pt- ??! 1 Moans, hept. 7,1AM. La&t night one of our yawU, containing ton men, was c?r>tureo'by a Yankee launch, near tbe obstructions J bey were, however, reosjwured by tbe picket boat Ooaiierscn. All quiet. ........ I htTnloiief Pole* anil Hohemlaims. PltOCMHCN ilf SLAVONIC F4BILIP.S THROUOU SUB CIIV ? INAUdFKATlON OK T1IH BOItKMJAN KLA0? APDRKSH tO ANl) RESPON--K OK THK MAYOR, KTO. A large company, csmposed of tbe two Slavonic fami lies, celebrated on Friday aat.ioen impoeiug manner, the inwugurstiOD of tho Bobcu-ac Hag and of tbe Slavo nic IfnIOn. At clevou o'clock A. M. tbe psccessmn arrived to front of the City Uail, asd was there received by tbe Mayor. Mr. H. J. Jaworofki.on behair of hUS.avonlnn brothers, addreeeed ltyrt frutiowan as follows; - . 1, I- v. Ih a f.c. ng of orep sat! fartlun Uia' 1 come here in the name < I Slavoi-lari 'to" r?.two OeVrf iwo opprrss,-t a.tlons I "eif nee'by-t l' Al,' n- to ,!m w I a imher.aMi.i-....e t-this',? ? ?b. im-rint'?! and ?c. ne-? if ii mh in * ihe-i*ee e I whirs it .-sprswuls. brave to dkv anlnmT'!V.?T0 v.-'e over ?t.t I I u. r ? C.-V\MU the .' t -? -r iWul*. ihcir name aiwi . ^ , u . i ;rt I,.' |.,?* llieir catiooa'i y. "???' " r ..... ti-r'r I.eie or lu.tn tv. | ,".r V ' f - ' " " "n ?'t'i. rCft a.Ton full ifb^thMlT teultsgs ;??H' tbe'.r M w f i'maii hroihera n otsrr o-o'rn* . rw nruja-% ?d 'iir i.r.? i- io> of H.nuD't u. o ?> ?? a' 1'"* n. .nrwn ,r.i?rI'mleebBlcal tern of P.i.-av m Mm-. '?r of Krm . ' w *rr> iei re-tn ' 01 ... poii.m sou oSu.^eu. %t. , Ki- .?!.?,) tft-vtO ' * P' ' J ' * ' ? ' ' m La ?.i.iii# f mt t? of iht oiitc m on 1:1 auupi ed Uinsrrai i ? e ?. no c ?u fli. o? i'lwd'or .r i r t " ?' "try ,?vme orlgl ts.en or I* ? 41 ai.u mcr.H?w%y w.lba?orii. f1 r. i I Vie ib' .'. ? it1. dCFi-olsiii that th?y rrrr'I)01V1' for '.?? .m'on I " " ,*?"?' uf liberty ic! re^i.t e :? ;re. ou-vonlc faowli?. ear. lib-, r fur ibe win.e ?' Tbs ^ HfD"lmfh?k!M'r*5>h?raTuF. Koa* ?kn ? and I'ulasiti, o( H? r.vi'K , ''lT* k ?a rfVi'd hifl fc ooti ?r?<J paid' ?*.?.' ?TlRe?Uio vir-c ,.1 ,eur <m a 'fO-r'-iro'w ope: ewer have . n um. eu Z .if pr.?d . a of ta. o. ? -k-du s.'bsr?Vo?r . en a. bet ???? ?"?t ^?Phbur hv^w. l* Mt.aguiali t ^ ^ o ( rou, ,.T( t >ov? ol .INirt. *** ?!? " ?rn*rtriv.r, ?vr v b me drop > f ?' on' S ' 11,, ,T1. r u.er d .sf-oi. a IK.U bcri> and !>???'. ? llV . ' .< nsr ?-U and Pn .bd * >*? 'f* ,"r\ , V /,w, n ror?an me |? * ?!????? nn , , tt)? kaif.dn o fi ir ftpci'r m* v . Mk^o r ? iti^.P ii*. b"l" rrfck# At? .ah 9 . . on# S fcvorn. umliv to t u ih? ^ to throw ?ir tue lea?? ?"*e ef. iS.ab.osed .ibeitir is ?i nai've i?ad .lay <?;V'V\ff?r'JVcdw7"aw- .r ? " r";^ and In tbe wal'iei I'rttfu# ?.J H \ r ^ t) kUi| 1?.| |ru f I ij *'? 'y X }*'..St. ! 1- privilege* o-* e;.. J renub! '. whvH weawpr.ilF-.Uin ? . ? ovular ! loving liberty, deoiedto aitn u i '? ? i prurett'i. ?-,',(,f?T.>en ivS' b*'levts- In the ! re u J I'Ion of one Of our row a. rvw en . - '? ?*' I Iti,Mia. oil.,'.I 3*x ' ?r.. 1 c ht. |( r r',?ern fsrtf/M \if'-Vrt??"of1 'i%.i:oin?w"" d^e^"''^ri tws ^lfi'.nei.l to B.w't'T ?ud orr' etiou ""'^.".r.rrah fm Cr.': hvriwt. or lb* I nlted State. krr^Ud Hetrt rb?? ttkirew and tt? sprnter ' . . aiu ifdinAfiiird tfUe.ihffi COC0M proponed-whicb *Tn t,a cv aas three for for the Mayrn three tor the ' 1' ,i TOW. tori V'VrJw^Vfew errde rrmarkjug -Jiat Tbe * *y?r'l,l Jf '.'i. ,r ??.,? of two ?l.ivuolc u*ti<*S li.c leib'o ' jRfw bait ing may f-? '" ^ _,f .? ? 0- liberty m isi be on Amerloan solu Ibal?? imted that tho r.rsntrdto *1. nh< f rr v alid fOuu ue anisbed, proccte,on ?en preceded to .^""niko^kl the r.M.t o( w.tehlngieti ? Monument Mr. R J. Jsworotkt addressed the pvocsaster is the (olk wiug words r, . aa? li?. ?n?-Os-?i? <?;.? of ?"'r:*,on ' V TttV mn U X&: T? '? li' 'itt11" > OS. th.,u xrcal mii, wbom ducted spirM eS^>v snw r^riVniJ^Tj""ft iieat*. " ,ic?'?isu.t tbat the ??ea . 1 f ,t ,..hr ?.. r. '? 1 h ti.O uSt.V - Th'..V'Tje,, au.nng . t ' * '? 1 Kt of I "'or b* r*** ?o ., . ipm 'b's drderwssdlr?we wo* e,ue,t ??rt will ttKmipl. t.lo.er tho ?v..fhl roiu Kasee to tbv neses BWrssl f"?rrtu ? ^ The p'SSMesion thsn prmiesde't tb" " I pr n U?. streets aiierwh.rl.lt' . for Tun f 0*FVR.TW!? T trrvcsv- -, ?r rired and th? the < oooe-'tt. "t vaiiry ?si tb ? drylsfi <w>ay** *> prctucsre ar?- ?r*nl 'VI oiim ( ( ? ? %tlWidy col, ? ? S5C*WiT-.1S* -"""'""" sever, e- i/ttrt/eid THE TALLAHASSEE ??Wl tceivili ?t n*r Arrival tt WilningUi. Lt&T Of THE OFFICERS OF THE PRIVATEER flanm of li?e Tniels Destroyed by Bor ood Date of TDeir Deitroetioo. The Privateer Again Pre paring for Pea, ttCii Ac* tu tbo HiRAi.n of the lit instant wo gave tbe detain of tbo entrance of tho Tallahassee into Wilmington harbor Many doubt* I It at the time. We now Dave tbe rebel ( reports, which confirm our early statements. Kbe nr j riyed at tbat port on Friday, the 26th nit. i[From the Savannah Kepublican, sept 2.1 Th?^nNF, MtltAT* ?TKA?"<- TALI.AH.HtaB. ^Tho following is a list or u? oCicera of tt? *buv. ve* Ow.vranrfee-.fohn Taylor Wood 0^?nanU~"a'- WarJ- Bunion, JheoPb Kngintn-s?Chief, !w?bn W. Tvonn Assl-iunta Cliaa rr I,-.K^i,ame4J ?: Acti*y Mailer? Alexander Cnrtls. f A mutant, Paymaster?C. L. Jones. I A iti^huit Suraran?W. I.. h'be|ibard8?n. j /.?< ui-naut of Marine* ? Orsm'ha w I Boatswain CasMkioy. I Uuunrr Stgwart. | Mastrr'is Mo' - Kimscl). lT?e following in a list or the vowels eat tared by (bo laiiuhasR'o ? M A. Boyco, Egg Ikirkor. acottled, Auguet Auxurt U*V^41''8 FUnk' N?" ^ Yort' borBl. Ca,rl? Be'telle, of New York, burnt, August 11, Dark Bay Htate, of Boston, burnt, August 11.1804. Brig A. Richards, of Boston, burnt, August 11 l(uJ4 'ooooner Carrol, of Eiat Macho?, boi dad fbr 'lid WO August It, 1804. ' guTtTi bj^W,m' U*"' N?' 3-1 of N*w Tork- burnt, An Fchoouer AlJentlc, from Addison to Mew York barnt August 11, IS64. ? ' LiarW dnliote, Calais, Maine, bonded, August 12, 1884 lbe4 bpo"*uo'01 burnt, August It, Ship Adriatic, of New Ttork, with emigranta, barnt Aogust 12,1*04. ^ ' Rrig nuiow, of .totem. Maso., scuttled August 12.18ti4 ! , Kabcrt R ?cbocner and cargo bonded | in $30,000, August 12,1864. B ' 18?rk (J,wr?u0"? ?r HMMnaslon, Me., scuttled August 13, aSSM?"I>opoDt, * w,kniBatoD le^bdt*0*81/H,,cfleW' ?r Bangor, Me., scuttled August *?*? Mercy a. Howe, or Chatham, Mass , scuttled 18?4bOOW^ Howard, of New York, scuttled August 15, Aoc'oa?lS ' l^r*' ?' Georgetown, Me., sou tiled iSchooner Sarab P. Harris, Of Rochester. bonded August 16, lR6i. - 1/c1^oer Be*11?*- of Booth Bay, Ma, scuttled August Sohooosr Etta Caroline, of Portland, He., scuttled August 15,1864. * August 1?, i6'64AteXandar' ?f U*rpwe"> 1*"M> ??o(iled rjchoener Leopold, of Boston, bonded August 10, 1864 JXr*"' 0t lrr*,,dg|,,p' burnuo August Scbnoner Fsrab Louisa, of Jones Port, Maine, burned August Id, 1804. A'igiu.'r"*r|gru*u?"*' of Friendship, Mn.oe. burned rk'booner North Amerlcs, of New London, Conn scat tied 'August 17, J8C4. I Rrip Niu?, , bonded August 17, lor f 17,7.00 .< tiounor .( stsh Acorn, , burned August IS 1804. SoiH"n*r Diadem. , burned August J8 1864 .^cbuotis. Sea 1 lowor, ; burned August 18, 1864 nil g n .an, -?, burned August 20,1864. n.? . r* 0,;r r'y',,rJ eTtend. Wo might base pub-' .islicd ineny things Iniforo in reference io tbe Tallshss 8.??'?01J to 1 ?r?rr vesseis, but have refrained from uru ilenlial eonsidwatiooc or s public character. We begin tothuw howevsr, tbat our reticence is perfectly use less, and c*u oaly result In subleoting us to the ,tnpnu Hon <M slownesu. Fur instsnoe, while w?*, at toe purl of wtltnlngton, were heruinc the most perfect silence for jl.b?.rJ^"*???>ovoStated, weclipihe loikiwiog froro (be CiOldstioro Journal of tbe Z0th:? t:is TAi.r.aifarwni. ^ ttk' 1 arkee mtem" is eapetding its etiwcjUi in wwnliijr afor the "Plrata TalMhaHsce " w, bad \lis Jde-isure ye *er lay of. sjiendinc s few bouYs ?l55r^,lflcrh,,^,M? cnwt,1,n,)Tr- <'aptatn John , . ?!,? J1 x 10 acTJ*"it her pursuers tbat,< ' Aptiii \\ uod is?a e nod sound, uud that h;s vessel i. m as giod trim a ever tr,U.r?l If.; i AWcfow mornwy la-?_ sondry , W~vy beaded Y atic*. cruisers know, after dfdtroy.ng from ih riy to forty Vanaee vse seb. au/ tn tbo U^t p"v-,b;o plight fly it,.. ?Wit, iesc.,its the sufmy'.i eye, !et rhcni Ipok ?ui for bi-r Mfntn Now. what is tbe use of relieenoe ari our r,i.rt? w? ready b<: eve that the Yankees kuow cli.t sov e visscl e mic si here, as t resrel ooUWog in here , n ' ndny w -ru mg eng-i^rd the b: ka.i tntf r??a, shot for snot, ^ .llo ran in. And more -she lower ouarantme sintioa ie m futi view or Uio Yankee blockading s/psi<iron at sea Wo ,u<l.:e so, fr tu tho luct that wliilo goiug d ,?u tbo rtrer a snort ti.ne r<o, woea -.t thw point we coul I ge? the '.an keos as piiMniy as possible. P.*y, of e vtr-e, could ?oe fltc v i ?' e Is In lb* iirsr?coswt tbens and six saLde wen he r cliaru ter. The ve.-sd ti.it aruo in -u. Krxi ,j mornji,!; wjumd (be fort and tb. fort saluted tier, w bo wmpicoitls. Yausoss .."ire nil *upM to mcojug' Tbe great ma,< rt^ of the sapture? above rola'cd toes plica iboiu lat 40 deij. 19 min. north frog 1u ito n rnie. wist. t'lly inflilltgrne, Tu, I rvBRAi. os SlLJon Joirt Covsray ? 1M? afternoon at two o'clock, the funeral of Sfgjor tYin-'ry , tale or the f? ifnndred and Seventieth rejimeot N.-w Yora Ptats Volunteers, who reemtly died ir in wools received wbilo In asMnu at Hoop (ioltooi, will taks piaco frien lbs r^tdence of ifAcea'cdfs litirr, Dr. g. D. i tamrp, at No .'178 Sccrid avenue. As tbe friend. ,w accessed jo this city m?y he numbered liy b ndieds, there is ?o doubt -if that this will be 'mi, n' the largest military fn .ernta which hew iii.on p .vo ,q tbo vhanHy for tome time M ijor ? so eeryd ed like a bravo ?,M or to the diacbarge of his d?ty. -ifl .' 'nor, Ibi-n. fo toe gall.nt d?ad. lbs brother ?dlci"-i of tl |,-? lot; at present In .'lew York are ?sported lo us prcysnt at tbe fuoo.-ai. laiu*; or a Wai.j?I'ssert Buitomt' About u.gtit o'ckKJk rfeterday morning the rear wall of the tare* story ten meot ho :*.' No. 76 Onlrs street, ? orser of Worth, fell in, lo the gre11 alarm of tte B t icts bat fov tuunte'T no jh: sods werr Injured. Cj'itaw Jourdao.nf the Sixth i raclnct, tTDitiscistely t rooemied u, tbe propo ses. rod ofteervtog Uut tbe side wall, in w,<i* streel, sasm'Vli sprung, aud In great danger at tailing, at* tu or f several oiikcrs near tne building to pieveot people from rmJui.ger ng tlieir Uvea by going loo near it. i|m t"want were compelled to abaction tnelr apartmeu.s an* s.ick homes exeo.rliera. b'apUm Juuritiot uotiQcd toe u, spc tor of bua*rtfldihl/og?, and It Is pn>babte Utat tba hnirr wd! be iem.lish'J. ino prt'fnisse art owned hv tns Hon. iforace F. Claik. t iis(NaTy, BatiTiu ?Tbe (Jailed States stsam gnnboat Hslatea, Jnbnflaa-t oramsndcr, from the We^t Ind'a *;uadroa, la?t from Caps HaytloP, Sept. 6, arrl\e<l it New Tor* yesterday. The following is s list of ber oh'cers ? Csvwnwfufrr?John (Jiiost. />rv'.ns?i'?John MePsrHiid. Adi.<o Vai I ? V C. Millor Arotig fai-nneirr?A. W. H'con Artt*? ,Sui<W's?'? W. Hale. f'nligni?J. ff. ? o't um. kd. la.'iv.m, Wm. Uobu soo Bs7ipe.cs--first <r*Htsnt?riM?n. C. I?wes Pso'sid Assistants?Wm. XltL h. 8. Duglaine RrSert 1). Oibor son, Oon. c. Wbittemurc i wril Aw-unis? William H. Walte.J. B. McKeasfs. Hhulv't Malet?J AUios Win IL Jtespb, Frmih A. Tabey. rtmnuer?F. r4ssl?lr. Car**!.'* "'Pr' -A. l'l*s?ansns Pitywamur'i (isA-fo. d. Kiddle Rs wrilifj Rids v.'irrfi C*s<u,im.?the third new oem mander of this vcrsel s nce the 1st of Itay, 1S64 will p*ke ctkwgs ef her to day Cttii'.aln J. P. McK retry will rebsre Certain John "? Uillls, wno is rj i to ill. We are Ux Dopes Capiain M Klavt'y will pit this ?h!f, In or tie > m a slicrt Moui; he is ait abl i, brare and good officer, a conr taius fentietnaii, sod oim whx win d hie My f the govermrrrai a* -veH m to lb* men en board. Military Affaire. MaiOH t.iNr.sai, bhuas Ifffl IL Browu, I * uf Wats, town, l;*.s reuelvsd frem fDtxernnr p-ymour the irirntatment of tutjof general of Ilie lO'irtb division , f New York flate Nallesal fitierd, eke Oeneral 4. K. Judd, of i "gd ?nnbnrg . de eased. IVi Ke'trth div s co o mpi ??es tne eoutltsff of Jerthrsou, Uea, Pt. f-twrenou, Prank I Is, ninicn, fbse* aud Was ? vs.- Ad a* a Afar.

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