The geodesic equations of a test particle are used as the starting point for calculating the effect of perihelion advance, caused by rotating charge. Compared with that of Kerr field, the correction terms enhance the advance effect as the revolutionary direction of particle coincides with that of field source. Moreover, by introducing local Lorentz spacial section, the acceleration of a moving body in this field can be given. It is easy to show that particles cannot arrive at field source from the axis direction or from equatorial plane, but can be held up at r＝k＋(k2＋4m2ａ2)1/2/2m or r=k/m in comoving coordinates (vi=0). In a way, the accretive effect of galatic dust, i.e. the distribution of dust can be calculated then. Finally, the Coriolis-like acceleration of the moving body circling around the source on equatorial plane (only v3≠0) is also discussed.