Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, September 17, 1862, Image 2
ltr Of If.tr field fUfuMi(;ui. . ' Wf ikfitdny Morning Srpt 17 . IfiCU """"ill Mot It I 14 hi A II'. 1 1 KM lull At I'll'. It UttM'ttW. IK A AC Sl.ENKKI,', nf Union wo. iU M'H tVult HI MUM , .1 AMfiS 1'. HA Kit, .f Allrhei.j in. Dimcrretic District Ticket. KiH OTATK Hr.NATUH YY.M. A. WA I.I.AC., of Clearfield K'H Ast-KMlll.Y, DR. T. J KIT. BoYEH, Cle.uficM co. UK. C. W. KAHLY, Klk county. life VoCH A1K )i:TV TICKr.T. ran ritiiTituNoTAKY, ic, I. K. KTZWKII.KH.f Vloarficl.l. roll COMMISSHiNKH TllOfH. J'Al'C.IIKKTV, of Pciin t. Kl.tuniKft Jt HKi oiU'Lii WA1AII. UAlMiKRofUniiHurUtP. FOU AlMTOIl 11 1 HA M WOOD WA HI), of Huston rp. FOll Hl'ft YKYOH. IIEXJiY K VIIO,HT,ofBocarmtp. Ti:s T.nc Kr.roKK Us.- Col. Wilcox of Michigan, who was taken prisoner ui the buttl,, f,f Hull linn ;, 1m', I ,.,,1 ..11 :.i. r..., 1 "U1 l-"ol",u "uu vorairan un,n the late exchango wim mudp, made a Blifcch at Detroit a nhort timo since, in which lie is reported iw faying tlml Iho Confederates can, when it is neces.ary, raise from "one million to fourteen huii- dred thousand fitfhtim; men." and tl,t counting the advantneesai. invaded peo. pie poster, over tho invader, ;t n-ll,t r. , iiniKiom, .1 nmuu re-' tjuire us to raise "jHtinu-t a. ,,,' if wo expected to whn. and coiunr il,n, ; Col. Wilcox is :m nrmv : j viiimui, nil telligcnt man, and has hud the very best melius of juilging the character mid strength of the rebels- -and he mndo this ; declr.ralion m a u wtpcech, urging his fol,l dismount, aUvancetl at their head into the low cilucns to fill up the broken ranks or' l"'l,sll-M 1,cr,! ,ho gueriKii- wero coMccaled. the MicLig-tu regiments j ln 1,10 fir" c1m""c of t,ie ,:('ll,-v u'oa If ko is correct we have ,,o dilrl,,,!,. i j"''" t-'"lt- mortally wound- iveeing exactly the nature of the task be. fort us. Taking the rebel even rt tho lowest estimate ol Col. Wilcox, and wo nuts send to tho field of battle Jke millions ofn.eu. This we might possibly do. But it would tnke nil lcavinc not u single man at home. The i.lew would stand in J "I...I tbe furrow, the workshop t.o clewed, ui.djCu1,1, 1,u'rlf':li'!cf"HibIr'),,r lalls famine nnd deeolation surely cavor thin J5jrWo like the jtrcarhimj ofthoAltoo lund; but if his higher figure of 0110 mil. : nn TnUnc very much. 011 the subject of lion four hundred thousand men enn bej"no psrty" at this timc:Li very jmised by Ihe rebels, an nrniy of seven mil' 1 much fear that its jnarfkc is of a very lion will have to be raised by us, if we ex- : different character. The editors had a eel tn put down tho rebellion by the most splendid opportunity of signalizing sword. This is limply beyond our 1 'each. their professions of indifTurence to part' It U not in the woot! ; nnd Col. Wilcox very recently, Lut utterly failed to cm ought to huvo Leon arrested Tor "discomr- brnw it. The nomination of Mr. Wallace aging elii'.menta !" Tor the State Senate afforded that oppor. In tho face ofsueh evidence, what mutft 1 'unity. His opinions touching our pres tho people think of such declarations osjent national struggle ure precisely those that "Not until there has been a funeraM0"18111'01' ,IV Tribune. If the Tribune, in every family will the government and j therefore, bid sincerely desired to keep tho people muke up their minds to wage llown l""'1? Bl'iril' why did not in editors this war ni it should be waned" that i. I ubo thoir ir.fluenceagainst tho nomination we presume, emancipate the negroes ; or', lillt"llin m.in ivlm li.lki nf ri..l,ti.. l ! ootnproniise is a traitor," Such vieldinir ' ,...,i . ..i'I.v -via uamiBi, nuum ub uisgrace nnu . !,; In such a strait, what, in theiamo of Leaven, are tho peoplo to do? Col. Wil- oox ;irorti that it is certain ruin to go ahead ; and the Jurual tellt us that it is : - rum 10 siop I Col L V IIa.T 'i'lio " Ronublican ' Jrntiri.,i (W.MnM -.I.5..1. a i. ......x., ........ ..... j rlooq.a last week, nominated Hub centlo- i inan for reelection to the State Senate. I This result as fullv anticinaiod ! The contest is now fairly open. In Mr.i.re.to -an, opposed to .'political Wailacu, Mr. Hall will find a focinan .BS,lnt,on o long a Democrats will .up- worthy of Lis Btcel in cverv refnect. and ; Port tlieir candidates but for thorn to one who, while he seeks no mean adviin- rfaKes, ill tee that none such are taken of . Iiim; but that tho yeomanry of the disJ 4 i-uf ah nil I ij, t.nr n 1 1 1 ml .,,1r.,1., ..r.tt.. I - ft.M. ft. j'v. ftft... wyftft ftuiunt, tK.JJHJ II1IU -lolilitT.itely to make thoir choice be tween them Tho interests of this district are second ,o noae in the State, and an active, intel- ijseiu anu innueniiai .Nenntor is indnpen- able, In nil thoso respects it is no flats tcry to Sir. Wallace to say Hint he is a I. -v. I r T ii . mo equal oi air. nan. mil we conceive thnt nuito a lerge majority of tho neoul of this district are decidedly hostile totho tloctiinos of tLio Abolition Keiuiblican purty.-that Mr. Hall, acting as ha has I'ome hounds can taKe ureat delight in done, in strict fidelity to that pcrly, Luis characterizing every Democrat who voted failed to reflect the wishes and feelings of ol' Breckinridge as a secessionist. Whea hisoonstitucnts.and thetcforo ought to bewo seo tu'5 record of the death of the dcreutvd, and give place to a successor chairman of the Republican Uommittee,in wlro w ill so reflect their sentiments. defeni of tho rights of his country, we No inuttwr how aibitrury or radical tho'c',M consider that party equal in patriotism measure niny have been, so that it was hatched in tho Abolition Republican nest, il received Mr. Hall's cordiul endorse, ment ; and never was lie kootvn to raise his vi ice against a single one of them We ask of Mr. Walluce no such blind sen vility to pnrty drill. We expect him to have a mind of his own, and upon party quoirtions to be a conservator, and notobo diently sanction whatever niny be pre sented by others; but givowholciemeand salutary ml vice- upon all quontieni touch ing the public welfare, This is whnl we expect of him, and this is what the people nf this district will have in thttir next Senator in thoperieo of Win mam A, Wiiaci. MMhoriKft JcMJ.n Faitd The JflNlu-R 10 Wight rfco tumuli. ,, In i t. I II I' HM , li Wr h' l to Me a r. torsi ntlt t dM.cr r f . 1, .11.-1 it, ft Ml tm li with tlir'.U I.. .,.,,... .1 Or r..M ftlll.f '- uti. ntl i. in nl 'IIi.l'hW, Mo , snml I, MP Ml I I I - IctS I l IK r rMii i,iili' l ly hi It. ii 'in .1 Mi ., i, i.. I tlii lli, , i l.i ii nT Hie ' I villi. Ill li" lit. Ii I ii'l, H I lie li'i iis.i m i, iiiittvi' nf I'( ii'.:p iMiitily, iilnl riitno In tlii- I'lm iil'nul l-'i1', w l,pr lip ulii i iMii'ls nun il u .lauclil.'i (i iln-l iiK W il I in m Men t il, 1' , ntnl urimi' lout Miif. i,i irmnVPil Id l!n, Sl ilr df Mii-'omi. Wli.-n tliu .ri'f.('iit tvur trokw out, lit tictivi lv onlorc I ilio (.rviop in (I,1 fcimo tif ilu l'iii.iii,iiinl soul, iiiiJi1'! Hcotn l imy of rnvaliy, if uliirh lift w.w '.hoC'ii tnin at tho tiitio of li'm ili'iitli. Tlml In wm one of tlionul tu'iivo rhil pUnmoiiI ollict'r in lh mtvUv, und lUut lio ( t.-i'iiH'il by hin I'oiiij'nnions in iiinis to nn rxtinonliiiiiry lUiee, is i-lt'tirly evinced Ly Ihf fuel that iliosp i-imii'imions I mil his mortal rviniiin (ihiceii in u metulio colli n anil truiii-lnhttd lo tliis jilm'O - come six. ti't'ti liumii'iHl iiiiltM in Lii:.ro of tho woitby CUjiIuin of the retiiiiifiit, Kcv. I'r. Lanhi.-s, form. r!v i.f riiilu.li'liliia. Ji is rejiiaiin were lollowcd to llie fravehy LneuUir I'nion or Democratic Oovernment, of tho lat-t civic un.l military pioce,- r . . . . . . ... sioni ever witness! in thi.pluco. 'Jhe Jiev. Mr; (.iallowiiy, 1'astoi' of the 1'resby terian Church here, ai-tifted Ly Dr. Inn difc, conducted tJie service!,. Our community wh taken completely j . , ,. by.uri.ri8e.Mnonot.ee ol the dieter bad reached us, (the tclegiaai which had ! been nent announciiiL' tho fact hud failed , . , ,. ' ' lettets had been received hero from dpt. lUird himself. The facts of his death appear to have beenthpno: Word was brought to the tamp at Glasgow on Saturday morning , i ., . .... ... . .. 111,11 " Ul'rllu Ul,,a wui iiu King in llie m-u.-h Somo t or 10 miles north of BiM.,cra uc Mir.y; e.cc.ei . .n V . with Tom le erson 111 the lead and at their u'"1 -1''"' 1!l"ldl"'J " l'ort10'' llls;hed, they hurled them out of .ower and oiiumaml were .leluilcJ, along wi:n some Ol' the State Illiliti:!, to proceed against Ilium. Having leached the place the ad- vitnoe was f1 red into by the enemy, and '..... 1, - i ..i...., 1 . ...... . i'"!,u orucrou uli UH-' lu .-u, .nr iruiijiai .uiiTy iiu nig utx-u seyer- ed, nnd ho survived but a few luoments. As ho cauk down, however, be discliarged hii revolver twioe at the foe, who ;vere now in siijit.and animated his men to the charge. Tho guerillas were entirely cut up and defeated, and tho m.in who shot .1... 1 , .... 1 of a fantlulf.tc in opusition to Mr. Wab lace ? hat 'hut causes "agitation of political! puesiions which is bo mucn umenicii ihn Trilu,,,-. ltismiih.lvbvtbo ores . ---- j -j ,-- eentation of candid ,tes reiresenting an- tagonistic political principles. Therefore all such ''agitation" would have been en- tirely avoid id in this district, had the Ho- publicans permitted Mr. Wallace to have ; nau me race 10 nimseii ; nnu wo inneis sigel, isumner, 4c wrein wasiiington would have been saved tho romark that 1 city yosterday, boasting of tho bravery no "rtronirer nomination could have been!lbey oxhibitedon the field, with as much j ,,.,, ,, ., lniwl than thul of Mr. llall lsul tll,s0 ''Oputaicans are an tne s.uue, n0 ,lllUk'1' ' w,lat l-lo you find them : ' ' m i. i . . : I i : .. . rpr"111 10 8 Pltcllu" ol J'euiociui, in any ,Ji"lli;t "l"ro il ,s IWj1 for them 10 tk'feal hira' is next t0 treaM- HiyGt.. Isaac I. Stivens.- Among tho ' cnllant snirits who ottered un their lives in r . .... . . ... . '1 ol the.r country s mswiuuonB, in ZL luu"l,"-u"" "'"" abeve appended. Who was Isaac I. Sto- flats abeve appended. Who was Isaac I. Sto- and not lay around camp to guard utreet j night. John Morgan now occupies tho iniiiin vens? He was a citizen of Oregon, a corners and city Hospitals. We have a Observer and Henortor oflico at Lexinc ' : ! member of Co.,gressa statesman and a ftel'?.bt.fuI PIac? here to be auro, but then, ton, Bg llis headquarters. c lveU .... . our living in a beautilul cmnp don't do; Hon Joshua F Iiell wl-owns re.-pntlw 1eop,0! Democrat. What wu I.o . Stevens f , mucI roWIion. n.here i. no UDeVdiiSX 1 I I . w f'J . . . .. .it. A A.... It-. ..A ...... . j I Mr. M. a ,1 .ft ....... I . . . 1 I ' I,. .. mm ' - e Ka t-Amrnan of tu Atomic VrcciuMui'jc ('"""' And yet tho Abolition stay-at- 10 tho "l'-rockinridgers" of the North Goon Nominations.. Tho Democracy of I no ueuinoiu .senatorial District have nominated Wm. A. Wam.ack, Eso hb their candidate. He is an nble, honest and pa triotic man, and would lo credit to the Senate ss well as to his district and purty. C. li. Kahlv hns leen unanimously nominated for the Legislature by the Demi ocrats of the Elk district. This, too, is an excellen t nomination, and a well-deserved compliment. Dr. E was one of tho best Representatives in the last Legislature. (.'linton Iftn. t3uMtsTAKg- Pnbabty The Harrieburg Patriot it- Union of Friday Inst arrived here the same dav I", mail. Was this a mistake I of tho r. il., of UarrisLdrg ? I i 1 1 1 1 1 r h 1 M ( I fi i? Irttiiclit, T't It i I Iml i i rht h I lie is nl ti nd in the lull' I, mp k a li i um nf 1 1 r. fullnn i . tt i lit P r i,ltn-l,itl.Mrtirfr..mftfiipn.l tn a iIMm.I ttt. I ' ' i iitj i "iiii i i . - Spj.I. f, I . nr .V,r : W p , t i .1 n In, gn I .eiiiili'rnt ie MiM ini! in 'I phi fi 'll dm n on I li I'll' rvpiy Pi-imiiTrti ininet-Minty ....... a ut tllMC. Itli'l tltlliillL' tllii, .U niftV t' t vuur Ltinilili) fripinl V Imvo lio lti' niir lipn tlinli nlli:il. i n in llie lutt l.'t. -l'LBIK!V. Ills (.'flnt.Tlllly ll'lil'VC'l lnt Iht't the North Inn bticn bully li. kpit, m.d (h:it Iho Kill.'il und wuuii.lpii i.io nuii'li lurper tlnin wc huve llie ncoouiit. The nr ittiiil cull forniiriiCi, urcrona, iVc. would pfir. lo indicate thnt the Uuliter hui I i :l I. i n. I . l... '0M (if r ii i v nml Hiifh a ycm among onraclvc- 0 Mop or nlloviation to it eepini to bti enter liiineil by I lie mlministiation. I feur tbo .onntry in goin mildly to ilostmctii by inoir bail ( icy. icon sco noun leior u, . . t . , ,..:,, i. ' . . .... i, ... nt'oesMirv to their citu'oi t tin 1 which onlv in the orxmuzatior ol the Democrat. "t.t-"'j ic party, Which embrace ull conervntivo were .robubly kejit there tor tiie exprevs men of the couutry. What a conirastthe j)ur)ose the- palled up utakeii anil star history of our country exhibits when the eij f()r tllfl a, ,f t1(,v uro g.ii to ' ii.-nirtRrMU nnu me iwimis lion kuvi-i k. .... H.lmiiii.lered by Do.nocrnt., Imft been ... i . t i .. I i. l . 1 . . ' . 1 ,r,,:im,uu." ...i.:i:.. i.:. un...L tl. ,.i.n-.f ..... how is it when the Opposition cover., ?-' I This opposition, goctional party in power, 1,1 l!,olr "n-iicuvene anu man u-uuuns. tration and the ravings ot their crazy sup- po,er(lf ronlil)ds m of U)H uRJ loi Terror" under the administration of the d'ler Adams. Then ai now, the I3mo " .!!.. 1.1 lt ... 1... It.... 'crats were represented M tie enemie of tlti. finnnlrv I nil kin I Ot nump4 of the press and the right olpeeeli denied them. Their tvrannv our reoublican and ,mtriotic fathers d:d not long put -p with. . . . ., i. 1 1117 organizoa onu i.ruiea uie i-smo- ... ..ww .... j - , vt- jtut 1110 nexi iijiiig i c neur 01 vuis di-,giistingf,iiddisiei)Utublo; thoir persons . .. ,. .. i.uulted. abused and impri.oned for tho rmy ol inva.ion ulter reaching JIage.s expression of their opinion. The liberty tow u from J'rederik, instea 1 of Louring ,,.ove ,ilom to their holes, where they have;'": remained to this day. At then, sn now, j l tial lUey wore i.y no means n!Mnn)S ,vx.aii s..t. f; -( iovcrnor Todd the country has tho remedy in the organ-, 11s reported, must U evident; and il i-Oi j)1M ideied homo the iniliti.isent hero for i..ition of tho Democratic party. I.ct u they liavo made ft most fortunate escape, the de.onco of tbw border. Tho Cincuinv only elect deniocr.ts to ollice. and hurl' , 1It.n,.llun onl y u kw mik.s in , ,i troops rot ..mod to tbe city this after the Kectioi.al opposition parly out ol pow-, . ' noon, their .iirvices being n.) longer ro- er, and tho evils will be cured, the Union rear when U.ey evacuated 1 rodern Kl.nlut.u..f r Tegular sav cd, and a violated Constitution res to-. iok. foopj ihrre Iming sullieient lor any eniwr- red. Yours in haste, J. (i. What the real purpose of this raid inte gency. The btrocLi are ihronged t, ith the LETTER FEOM CAMP. Dik Hr.e1111.1ciN : It h.'u been sonic time since have had the pleasure of perusing , your welcome columns, so I thought I . would embrace this opportunity of giving you an idea of my militarv cxpcriencti.iind 1 J 1 1, 1 ', i 1 . rl my liumoie opinion auoui tno conuue. 01 , he war. I , , we have a most dehght-, ful and healthrul place here. S e are en-1 camped on the north side of Washington, at Camp Wadsworth, on Meridiun 1 1 ill. I think this is tho most salubrious clime I ft.'..r. cnxmr . ll,r.vftft m n., nl,1, nilinn rf Ir.llt. I liero seems so refreshing and healthy, in-: ..,.,.,1. it, t.l .....ipl,, uuahl' uft.lii.ft rtP ll.A' '. V . , ' s ckness contracted in that m uerable hoU, called Camp Curtin, has passe away. The countemincVs ofo-r soldiers are beginning to brighten im, and they uo longer lr , the niVaranee of inmates of a liospilul.- I believe il we h.nl stuye'I at t.ani (. urlin I two weeks longer we would all have been on tho sick list, lint now we have our quarters scrapod un 1 fwppt as clean nlft . .1,11 .lim.1 vr.ll .,i..r ft.nll- I!,., ahile we were engaged in that business w. r..r.f .I, viu. . . , . t.assinc otir tent all the time: and tho uinlll0ir cuainmsary store. tho cannon was continually roaring in the laliurnoon they wero moving to tho right diicction of Bull liun. I thought tlmt in heavy masses, to pass about two miles war was a funny trade, while tome wore; from Tort Mitchell. meeting death at tho caunon's mouth ; j but a few miles ofl o'hers were engaged in , ."""r" -"ryt, r .v.. .,-.. v,D.. nlul,ls 'i, precs.oi. a, u.uug.i , .ey were intending to stay there for a twelve-I month. But we are becoming aecuttoined j to such things, for yesterday the cannons j were booming up at Kdward's Ferry, nnd wo thought that Tope was giving Jnckson ; '.)0 ,,,,,. nnnour."c that Gens Poiie hell, (as tho solilierssay). Hut this morn gusto as though the rebels were annihilate, ! ed. When wo got the news this niorninii' tlmt the rebels wero crossing tho river ut ( Leesburg, wo RucktaiUj Ixigan to open our eye, - our c .ne. o, ge tting ,vhnl enournf!0ment has a soldier to go intobattlo when the otlicers are idling ii. .r . i . i. .i 1 . I - r . i -. ! nieir time away in uiai noisoeti oi pouu- fa ,cor''"i'"n. H nsiitngton o.iy r w Here i is the necessity of enlisting such working1 men as wo are into the service, atid then j emtilnv iiq tn Bu-noninn tlin fitrpnl rtf'rtur q,,,irter, Rnj waihingCdislies in the cani- tol. ns we were enenired a dav or two ui?o. ;.,.i,.,i -i:ii: ..-i: it.. . '"'p : f"l 1 Jl;"i ? jP riga,le, , iiiinKing to oe engngea in fteuve sei vice, and not lay around camp to guard utreet; 'remedy. e must conquer this inipa.,(;Hit House to-day lient spirit nnd submit everything lo our superiors, tie tlipy honest men, or drunk en sots : This is military tactics, snd us , Clearfiold liucktnils must sncrilico our honest patriotism for military slavery. i, e are noi learning loan.i any, lor our j company is nearly all detailed asstiardsi in different jmrta of Washington and Georgetown, where limy uro of no more use to tho country than the fifth leg oulJ 1 to n dog. I will wnto no more at present, for least said is often easiest remedied. With the most prolound respoct I sub- scribe myself W. C. , mT , z , - . " . . The Number of Killed and Wounded in trip Tate Ttnttlpa The Wft.shim.ton corrcsiiondont nf tho New York Herald writes: Dr.Coolidgo, having concluded his nr- duoua labors of the bloody field of Manas- number of killed on the Union bide is about seventeen hundred, ln tin series of battles tbe entire number wounded he fSl.i.IlatefVal boul ''.x Ulosn'l. At Uo battle of Groveton alone lie thinks there : ere four thousand woundod. He state that the ivounded paroled prisoners am't to two thoitaud, aside (join which tbure nlM U ft ftl Iftlftftl Tl- .ft... a KftWftft ll , ll-Ht IK' (''III If "'I Hli'l t l'iU " , ,1,1,,,,,.., hi.,.. . Void flllMi.1iMlVnKM I -,, i ,,i,r,t. ti,"'"i 1 1 t -1 1 1 ? I' "'I' ' ! "I pl :l1 '"""'''I - ' tiliiil. ., nml Hip ....(.. t.l In I III I,)! ll.li I II I I' I. I (lie ,, nll, i t -n lutt t mm . ban 1 1 Of.' in I lip r 1 1 phip. 1 1 o I li ink . t lint t he 1 1 f l )'''(! """""" "'" "' , 'f . - . .. ... I ii ......... I na Mil III. I . . . i ... . i nil hi. hi hi lit n - i"ii'i' 3 . :. I fori v-niiil t ln'itt" i f ihf Uilll.'. I.hi.I t ittiii'il to Ilio InM in ipinnlili. nlli' it iil to u..ly nil. Hip ?ipnt pxl. nl nf jm-oiih.I mi l , hii li lh.1 vmhiihI.'.I (k ip i itl. t.'il rvl)(ltH, it iui1(Mll,, t ,,,,,,,1, ,. . ' , . 1 . , i i . .1 . : '. fl'llT. i frtKt tl fllll'l t'f ll'il til' THE WAR NEWS. inco our hi-t iue the robt N hvc twcii .,,..'(',. r... in. r mi exlruorilinnrv cxuloil. i... i,.i.,,,. ; fnrc.. vu i'1 r ' , .. . i . r - 1:1. . .1 rioun v extimntud at from I teen to three rluu:,lJr '" uv liundiad tliou.and, they oci;uicd l redcf. ;, k City helpiiij; thenibplTo, tu inch urti clc( w ljpol alJ(. an,i other thiiiK .. . . ... , , , , . : l"1)- "urriiuurg una i u laneipin u yi.u, by way onhe lumuci lanu valley. ,i : . 4 .....! ..... 1 coursu urc.,. eicuuu.m.t u i.,r..... iiov. Lunin istueuiAO irociuniuionii in u ra,,,y yo.-lhe one mUng upon those nubjcct to military U.ity to orgauuo ami ,x,oia uieuiecivcH in remimr.-s to iwarci, in ... i,nlir's not in, un.l the oilier rnllini? lor ' our uU.i.rcnlliob lor llll' tUiand volunteers lor immediate '-inPUIf'A IH P le IM III. V lfllIllll;L II.llkK K(!r ofinviwion by the enemie.of the eoun- . .. .. ... . . .1 . . r .1 x? .. .. , .. .1 o ., 1 , r, k-hanibomburg. Oen. Uevnold-t, who coin North, it turned to the Sjuth mid left, ! . , ., ,, . . 1 inanded 11 portion Df the l ennsylvania Lo and were re-crossinir tuc lo'.omac at1 1 . ' . ....... , , , ,, serves Leloro l.ichiaoud is chief 111 com North i . ?...... 1 ii nimmmri. I, t,.An t uiiiH.-i.tii B rone. Willi -"'"- '" ' ' . J'"ro "ime.y. ou, ... tin. list aiwinnl nf tlin reb.U wdll.iVOlit , ' Ust uccou"t ol tl"' r'M w0 ,,'M0''1 Maryland wai, can only bo conjectured . .r .. r - . . 1 m At ni'Admil. If it. IVMftl 11 fiimf. toiltl.w ii'in'ft r,,r, im.n W,.Klii,.,iiii. m to "- c .- our -'. " - "1" to have been auflioieutly tuocesful,as no ut'.ack hud been tuaue at hist dutos. If r,,.. it,. ,.. nf,., V,,,,, nn nnri. ' ' (..i.ftSing an upris. . n Marvl,11( u ,ort 0, recluitiMa un,l ; . . , , mUM lorag.ng expeiiition, 11 was onij .mix srui .1. 1 .r . t :.!.......... in part. .0 uprising I.liioocurrci 111 111- ryUnd; but w.presume thy picked up . ., , . , , nnny io'.i inn, n.i noitTiaiiy i-i'i,eniBUoa iiut if it muaiit a threatening of Pennsylvania, tken was 1 , r . u iii.rM, inieeiauiu luuurc. .... f ,, , . ,, , , , , 1 1,0 fulluw'"B ,s thu ns from U'Ocst: FKOM CINCINNATI. i incinnati, cpt. J L. Miirmislun 1ms bcn giing on all the ulleruoon. The ad vance guard of the enemy, about three' thousand inlaiitry ami one thousaml cuv- ,il',' I.mU., I..,.,,, i,i iiinnn 11 n'ln,.!- about 4 miles from Covington. Late in the ('i.ivki.ami, Sept. 1 1. The advises from Cincinnati state that the most vigorous ............. ...v nnwu. . ge iiu.u. e.s u. .i.e.. cave gone .10.11 this oily lo Cincinnati toiday. Ii is repors led that the rebels drove in our pickets in that vicinity to-day. The rebels are about two miles from our lino and gradually feeling our position. No reverse is HppteJiei.ded, us a corps of veteran soldiers urrived in Cincinnati to Hay. Cincinnati, Sept. 11. So far the ex-poo. ted light has not come off-only skirni.sh- ing. 1 ho retiels are reported in force at I.atonia Springs, beven miles from Covim.'- ton. safe 1 he c;ty is now consiueicu entirely j TIIK WAR IN KKNTUCKY. 1 .. ... I." L?..i I tn r - Ul WMI. 1LI.IS, Jy ., Ol'HV(Il((.T. 1"- UH y y - . . ... jor Krnneuy, ol tho tvjuui Kentuckv Cavalry, had n skirmish to day. near Al lonsvilJo, wi lb Woodward's gue. ffiuii'illa. i Imp tr0opi lelt one killed und four prisoners, Loi isville, September K-IIon. Kid. aid Anderson from Mount Sterling, re ports that Humphrey Marsliull is there with 4.0(H) troops, inc. tiding cavalry and ' . i,ft....j ..... l?r3 ""esting citizens, searching l.ou- ttVeported that a force ofrehel cav. ftiry to0; possession of Eminence K. last nigbt. John MDritan now oceunie. tho It is rumored tluit. for r,f i ilml m. l.c.1s left I pobsession of the town of Lebanon to-day. . LATER. Hy Monday ovening's mail , ,h , , 1lUslm Jv . of , . . illlnl,ulb , llial morning, that heavy artillery firing hail been heard on Saturday morning al Chamber-burg and (Jrecn Cabtlo, iu the ; uirectioIl of Harper1! Ferrv and Williams , 1 t101"'- A Haltimore dispatch dated the 14th, Bays heavy cannonndinz had been , heard all day at Harper's Ferry, which ceased at 4 p. in., but with what result . , ... .... . . , , f ,, was not known. 1 his dispatch further ltt" thl,t -irnside passed through Fred. J crick on Saiurdny morning, nnd the whole army pushed on after tho enomy by evorv rofltL The wc,con)0 given by the people of Frederick to the Union nrmy, and es. pecially to Gen. McClellan was 6aid to have been tnost cortiial nnl enthusiastic. The advance guard enteicd Frederick on ... , ,c ... , . ., ivly veii,ng, and bad a akirniub on tte streets with Stewart's cavalry. Sev. eral wero killed and wo'i-d-d ii), .' '. ft HW .,.-.. nftllftWft ftj . l . Mid 1 '"I Mr."n M tlii nl jiK,, I I, m, -ilt , mi i n fit. I I , ll,.. ti t.i 1 I nl , nf liiwnr.l. tin unl A ii 1 1 1 limn ..( i... .. ... i .. i . . . iI'D't'tii"""" ""'I 'i"M.i. ,... n'M,i, . i',. it ii n l I v I l null I hi, "ti I "nl I .0 in. otl'.u li vl I" if -' , I I" I i.' Ii iii k. I I,,- l Mil t III tl'lil . ml nl Iho n l,, 1 j, Vi ty .lilVirull to tl" line, ' i "till ti'ln lui y die the . "ll. Iln ii liiniii l'i dy b li. l i.il.Mi. h on ii.-ib.y the !'ih -ii..,. ""U im. rtiudiy .i.Um,ii i pi.iii.ly statid to'UNE TILTH A A SVJET HI.EAIH, It ii o lut in' I to tbe I'll at I Uci'iM.m h to -1 wind. Willii.ii, -pi'il, nd thin to hive1 crossed ihn I'lil'iinnc with l.'i.lHiO iiiph iilid T.'i i.ie.cf, of in tillet v. 't he hlib-eiiticnt li-, i 1 .. I It..- '. !.'.,.. I. uiilft l. 1 1, llll Ill'ilU V lllilJH, n . .... . .ft..... ...v .... . , iinprecsion that this nioveinenl wiim made f,)ril,e.uroM. ,,r nltucking tie latter; place, under the command of Col. Mile, j Another account cnys that I.ong-treet's division i- at llfcM,M,.wn, 2t to W,uw .,,,11, , i ..nr ihi'L .'Ih liiul In', .it i ...v...c, .1. ...... nr.. rtu lit.. 1,1,., II. lit ri,nnvll'A.llfl iiii.ti, aim i.iu .." j I , I ll.... In,. iu 1,1 .lliuilltl I r jmji ft of. j n ..(. ..v.,. ft ft. 1 Ilacerstown that tho rubols claim u force. of r.lU.lMW in M.nyhui'l, and 2J;i,0(K) in Virginia. This ia inamloitly an cxascru- lion- lt w:w clearly '.ho i!Piicinl opinion that the rebel force, whatever it aas, hud ro crossed the Totoinnc into Virginia the hit. I tor put t of last week, und hence all idea of I .... , 011 invasion of IVnn'dvania vanished and I a report prevailed that no more troops wero needed at I larrir.burg. Hut this was ntliciully contriidieted, b tho State au llioritius on Sunday last, and the forward ing of Ooops urgently dunianded. They were Udng forwarded up the Cumberland valley as fast 113 they armed. A very large force had been sent up, extending to mand, and tho utmost confidence is felt L kl1(n.td the rebels at.tempt an inva .... , , ,s,on of the Stale, their destruction is cer tain. people to Wuleomc them home Tho robvU are reported 111 N ul ton, twen- 1 ty mles south. L is rel.orieu wniui mm uiii icaiun a.. - '"""' " 7 "ur troops, who are lalhng bank towards the l-,,uo- : v " ..".".. i.T,". 1,1 , !;.., Clin ISominli;. AciKiing to it'ourn- mont t)0 Democratic Conference, of this Senatorial dioiriet, rc-aMenibled in Altoo- 1 . ' . . I . . I 1 J l... . i.-.,,,,,, .. , i.,. .t..,,.i IIH , 1IIIU ' III I r l n.l'l.l I'llllWir, ,w, , T ..,,;,,' i- , ',! ,'i;:J,L 1, - -n 7 .. nerai, anu 111s rentai inn is 111 u ura Iir.l r:1,ff lawyer, a soumi reasoncr, an elmpient ;, aim sunsive speiiKer anu wiltiul a im n ol . : 1 .. :.. - i ; . ., t.riiie n ,w of lift, I biiunernl i, fuiil, VT.. prinupus 01 in .oi,pcri,iic laitli. He are wel .al.st,, w.th the eimLJute ; but ourprefereiueR were lor a (.a.nl.ria county I m;" a"' w. ""k,''.v . Impe.1 and eagerly ex,,eeted the nomination ot li L. John. : , , . , . ,.."., raiise we believe Cambria was entitled 10 the choice. We shall, howover, abide Ly ,the result and forgetting eur preferences : H 1 1 1 C IIUI II e I UU HO.ll I nn, ion HUH lailOT Zt'H!0""1' f'' tlie election ol Mr. Wallace) and the entire tickot, believing that Ike interests ef iho party are paramount erer our peisoual wishes. Ih n, d'-.Si n'. AT KRATZEirS. Soptumber 3J. 1SI12 tf. F U II NITU UK KOOIMS. BENNER & BARRETT, Reapeitfully moounco to tbo public that they havo eomplolsd and are now occupying tlieir Dew liirmlure ware-rooms, .routing on tbo .Market Lot and nvurly opposite tho Court House. Culiinet making will be carried on in the up pur story of the .time builliii in all its l)IrHHKKT 11 b A X V II E s. All kinds of furnitBre will bo kept constantly on hnuds and void cheap fw ca'h or exchange for country rrodueo, or Lumber to suit tde bufi - CHAIRS. TAHLOR, ROCKIXt AND A KM C'JIAIRS, SPIUftNti SKATS, CAIN BOTTOMS, &c, PAKLOJl SOFA. CEXMP, CARP. uiKxa, EXTEXSIOX ( lUir.AKFAST I A li L E S. SOFAS- OK ALL KINIrS, VARlVriE.S AND PATTERNS. BUREAUS, .SIDE-HOARD, 110OKCASE8 WAIUiROBEK, 40. BEDSTEADS JESNY LIXI), HI GUI' OUT COTTAGE, MEXai POSTS, kc. Hair, Ilnir top, Cotton Ion, and Horn flusk. of the belt material. LOOKISO-QLASSnS of all lorti and sitei. Aki), 01asee for old rramei. Also, Ten-poyi, Wkat-noli, 'Wash-itanili, work-sunili, Hat-rncki, f-e, COFFINS. Mad to erdor on ihort notice, and bean furniihed. Poplar. Cherry, and Linwood Lombr, uvn In vhane fw work. integrity and urikwerving devotion to :hpj'"r h"rt' i-i-g,ld. Oelober . ly. WII I.UM II. IM Ulis . li nn. i in 'i in; nni,i( I Mi Curin Tootlmflhi! and Nrtiralgin. i -. .. . , .. ... r i, . " "' 1 1 I li ti i .1 nli km! nri, nd r-r l'lnriv vt,i ,j hu,.j u k'Hi i VoVn M'ilni'i ."' ,N,UVA,''- .rl.l, lknli, or i'.ijirlV.', J'Vr?' " """" l""r 1 " ". m ' r w .i.M? U I. iW- .m,&;W,,P T"u,h t'u J ou Ki.-li In lit vrrtiin that ., n.- .i , .,... Ittll 1 . . ' . . . . ' H ,,U "r wife. Hivrr nr INI-IHl." 7 lei" IM). 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I I. . t.r. j, u d,.,,,,,, MI, Wn,, ibu V w" I, ( j,,,,,,.,,;,,,,,,,., ',, u Mlliil) m,hll'p jof Cmiti u 1'Uiniel uml bonio or two of this )''"'", .urll1mir.1' HnneKu.HT mi work mnlc m tie laruiiurc ul u hon-o mnl ko.'h it .....kin like ,,. X,m tliu tiiue t ',I,'h. u1 .v-'r T..I.I,,, flairs, Dcrk. l',a,,oS vuJ nn-i. fnrri.,.. etv . and mak.-n,,.... i..i- .1. ' - ; " per i-e:il better. Ibie is iriueei.nomy. Por ink u",,tnT . . ' "' s,"ri ''''''I' Kcuenilly . .-ruo J.i ami in. eeiit." n h.,ii. tiet-nt No. I t-iirme Street. New York. Krufin. A 1,' r its I w ixisn. Adiire, itux 1 iij 2. .Now ork '. (J 1110 ""' shkkki-biis .mw ri kiih iik I'm i.-n i J. 0. 11 A Iff: WICK. V, i: KA 7 J! 'J O KS IX Ji S Tllini.I.INC INC1PKXTS Of Til K Great Hebe i lion ; on, The Hroism of our Soldiers and Sailon, 1 I. L U S T H A T r: D. l .-.., ,'. -2n,. iice, Tlie critU w mill the piillie are rij;lit in predict I inH that t't'-s will surpass, in graphic narrative, I cxciliii intcrost, mid cxtensivo popularity, nil ! other histories of the War fur the Union. Its I theme will be the heroic iluritii;, patient siilferinK, 1 and bnir-breiidtli osenpes ot our soldiers unil sail ' or., iisil its incidents will form tho tlieine of con versation at innumerable tire.iilui fur ye:ira to conic. It will eon'iiin, in ml lition to its slirrfc; (lctiiilii, the plilonoilicnl Analysis of the Puufos ol the War. Iiv .loiix LoTiiuoe Motj.ky. ).. I Author of "The Uise of tho Dutch Kepullie," etc., ' the dsles of ul'. the important ovonti from the i Jin Urown rani, nd nn ncciirnto ami revised aecouul of tli principal buttle, with cnriiYinc. 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