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1 1 TELEGRAPH.
MORNING AND EVENING,
By GEORGE RERGNER.
Office Third Street, near Walnut,
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turn 'sued to subscribers at the following cash
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t atea for advertising in the TELIGILA.PII. Those
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tto equal, its large circulation, among business
men and families, In city and country, placing
COMER OF -
11ARKET ST AND MARKET SQUARE,
JOSEPH. F. ItteCLEL..AN, PROPRIETOR.
(ILDRainlf OONDUCTIED BY WELIB covanty.)
This Is a First Class Haul, and - locrited in the
central part of the city. It is kept in thonbest
manner, and its patrons will find every riccom
modation to be met with in the best home in
the country. seBo-dtf
UNITED STATES HOTEL
RetiCred and Renovated
L. W, TEN EYCK, Paoenwrow
• e Al,l IS popular and commodious Hotel has
„i been newly refitted and furnished through
oti,t it, parlors and chambers, and is now ready
for IL Z•e reception of guests for the winter
The travNirig public will find the United
s ta t ea Hotel th e most convenient in all parties
hits, of any H u t a ; in the State Capital, on ac
count of its access to the railroad, being imine
diately between the tv‘o great depots In this
11.1.RHIBIKTR0, Dec. 29, 180,-Sin
SMITH & EVVIBG,
OFFICE THIRD STREET,
NUB in AttiKET, HARBISBUBLI - , PiIiNICAI
arILL attend to the Collection of Bounty
Yip Money, Pensions and arrears of Pay!.
The widow or other heirs of any soldipr,
•whii - iiirtfdie by disease or be killed while lin
to , United Stated service, is entitled to $lOO
Lc laity money, pension, and all arras rp4iff pay,
rot eel;sed‘soldier. imylOyAdOdi.o
FRE . BEE GROCEAIES 1
(Corner of :.Froftb MO Market Streets,) i
A BE constantly -receiving from first h4ds
large stocks of choice family groceries, phr•
chased for cash, which they
.. alV.thereby enat4ed
to sell at very small advance on city wholesale
prices. They would respectfully inform the
public that they do nob ;deal in nor keePiliny
intoxicating •liquors in way quantity, large) or
PEACHES, , TOMATO,.
PINE APPLE, A SALMON
Wfd. "ME, Jr. & CO.
For ado b :y.
FRESH SEEDS 1 .
NVPhave received for this season pore than
- Citlx our usual stock of
FLOWER SEEDS . .
Some choice varieties on hand. also, OAT:
den and Vegetable 0344 of the Waft:Oil*
91 Market street. -4-
BIBLES MW HYMN, BOQIIST
ALA ROE and splendid stock . ufjooket imd
Presbyterian, Methodist, Wausau; German
Rehm mad, and other Hymn Books, just reli ,
.ed at BZBONEITS CHkAY BuopTow,
COAL- OIL, a further reduction la Coil !Oil,
superior article of non-explosive Co4oll,
for sale very low, by . 1
NICROLB & BOWM4I
Car. Front and liaricetAe. *
A . 3.1.14,,, citron and Currants., by
NICHOLS & BOW.WAN i
- a Corner Front and Market 81,6".
diScovereci the most certain, speedy - And
effectual remedies in the.world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
RC= IN SIX TO TIMM HOURS.
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
A Cure Warranted, or No Charge, en from One to
Weakness of the Back, Affections of the
Kidneys and Bladder,lnvoluntary dis
°images, Impotency, Geeral Debility, Ner
vousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the
Eft art;Timiclity, Trembling 3, Dimness of Sight.
GT Giddiness, Disease of the , Head, Throat,
Nr se or Skin. Affections of the •Liver,• Lungs,
Stt mach or Bowels—those terrible` disorders
arising from the Solitary laabits'of Youth—
those secret and solitary practices more fatal to
their victims than the song of Syrens to the
Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most bril
liant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
- $l . OO
Especially, who haire' become the victims of
Solitary Vice, that ;dreadful and destructive
habit which annually sweeps to an untimely
grave thousands of Young Men of the most
exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who
might otherwise have entranced lieterdngSen
ates with the thunders of eloquence or waked
to ecstasy the living lyre, may call with full
2 9 a-
Married Persons; or Young Men contemplat
ing marriage, being aware of physical weak=
trees, organic debility, deformities, &c., speedily s
He who places himself under ;the %Di of Dr.
J. may religiously confide in hia honor as a gen
tleman and con fi dently rely upon Ma skill as a
ORGANIC W •AttNffiB
Immediately Cured, - and full vigor restored..
This distressing affection—which renders life
miserable and marriage impossible—is ,the pen
alty paid by the victims of improper Indulgence.
Young, persons are too apt to commit excesses
from not being aware of the dreadful conk!,
quences that may ensue. Now, who that un
derstands the subject will pretend to deny that
the power of procreation is lost sooner by those
falling into improper habits than by the pro
'dent. Besides being deprived the pleasureß of
healthy offspring, the most serious and destruo
tiVe sYmptoms to_ both body and mind arise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and
mental functions weakened, loss of procreative
power, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpita
tion of the heart, indigestion, constitutional
debility. a wasting of the frame, cough, con
sumption, decay and death.
°mot, No. 7 SOUTH AMMIERUME BTRZET,
Left hand side going -froth - Baltimore street,
few doors from the corner. Fail not to observe
name and number.
ea ....1,2 26
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp
The Doctor's Diplomla hang in his office.
DR. JOHNSON, <
Member' of the Royal College of Surgeoni,,Lou
don, graduate from one of the moat eminent
colleges in the United States, and the grey ii
part of whose life has been spent in the 1241-
tale of London, Paris, Philadelphia abd i Wee
where, has effected some of the Most astonishing
cures that were ever known ; many troubled
'with ringing in the.head and ears when asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden
aonnds, basliftdikess, with frequent bluaVng,
attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately. •
TARN PARTICULAR NOTICE,
These are_some of the sad and melancholy
edects produced by early habits of youth, via : 1
wsikhees of the back and limbs, pains in the
beak dimness, of sight, loss of muscular power,
palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous
irritability, symptoms of consumption, &o.
. MF,NT&LLY.—The fearful effects: on the mind
are much to be dreaded—loos of memory, c4O
fu,ion of ideas, depieselork of spirits, evil fora
bodinga, aversion to society, self distruatelove
of solitude, timidity, &a., are some of tiremills
Who. have injured themselvea by a , certain
practice indUlged- in When alone, a habit fur
quently learned from evib , companions; , or, at
wheel, tint ,effects' , of,which are nightly felt,;
even whenLitaleepi.itndt. if not cured renders
marriagro , inipotsible, and destroys both nand
aka body, ShOuld apply ,immediately. :, ;
What a pity that a young men, the hopti of
his country, the darlineof his parents, should
be snatched from all prospebts andcpnroyikeptit
of life, by the consequence. of deilathig ffrom,
the path of diatutt and indtaging in A , certain
secret habit. ,Suchpersons =Ns bef,ore contem
plating - 0 t
. - bIAUBLI.GE,
Reflect that a , sound ;mind and body are the.
I most necessary requisites to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, without tkese, the, jfair ey
throngh:life becomes a weary'pligrhrtaiak i he
prospectbourly darkens to the view ; the mind
becomes sludowed`with asps& and filled with
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of
another beceinettlighted with our own. *,-:
DISEASE OF IMPRITDENCE
• When the m i sguided_ and /votary
1 - 4.. - ,imprudent
of ,pleasure finds:he hatambibedthe,secids of
this :painful disease, It too often happens that
an, ilitimed sense of shame or the dread of dis
covery deters him from A pplying to those who,
-from education and .r espectability, can alone
befriend him.. Habib into:the hands °tiger
rant and designing pretenders, who, incapable
of Curing, filch .his pecuniary su bstance, keep
him,tritlin ~ month after month, or as long as
the struillest fee earl be obtained, and in despair _
leaVe him with ruined health to sigh Over ,his
galling disappointment , or, by the use of the
, ,': dlitfjoken Heronry, hasten 'the constitu
timid symptoms of This terrible disease, has
affecticos of . .the Head, Throat, Nees; W a m
,LOgrcipiing with., frightful rapidity Ail, ,„. th
puts aTericid Willa drtiiiicjit4 sfigertnp bi 4. d
itig him . to. that undiocoxered country, from
whence no traveller returns. i,
IITDOSSEMENT OF-THE 1.1 ) 1Wil.
The many thousands cured at this kultitution'
year after-year, and- the numerous im_ o ctant
surgical operations perfertinidly Dr,. J - on,
.witnessed by the !reporters of the Bun, ,
d many other • papers ; notices of whichhave
appearedp swill:rend again before the public, be
tides his standing as a gentlemen -of, atiarapter
and reoPonsibilitY, is a sufficient guarantee' to,
the ailifeted.el ~, - 1 1 .7 u
"ASEIN . rtenfiti.BPEEDlLY CDBEDI
01FICE, No. 7. MUIR FREDERICK 87
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 18G3
The Girard Life lasurame, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OFFICE NO. 408 CELESINIPI MEET.
CAPITAL AND ANUS • $1,643,386
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President
JOHN F. JAMES, Secretary.
ONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON
V LIVES on , the:most Teaeonablelterms.
They act as Executors, Trristeesand Guardifuni
under last Wills, and es Receivers and Assignees.
The capitalo being paid up and invested;
together with a large and constantly int - treaidog
reserved fund, offers a perfect security to the
The premiums may be paid yearly, half 3i gai
ly or quarterly. -
The company add a BONUS periodically to
the insurances for life. The FIRST BONUS
appropriated in Decamber, 1844,f-the 813(X)ND
BONUS in December, 1849, the THIRD BONUS
in December', 1854, and, the FOURTH BONUS
in 1859._ These Additithis are made without
requiring any increase in the., premiums to be
paid to the.company.
The fellbwing are a few examples from the
. ' Ihmount of poll/3 ,
p o li m , I Sum Bionus Of I andixinni to be In
- "" Insured. addition. creased by future
, , , ~,,,.• , . 1104iPons•
No. 89. $2,11- $ 887 tool „,$BBO7 $o
" 132: q ll 1060 001 ' 4050 oo i
" 199 1000 - - 400'001 .1400 00 i
" 333. 6000 1876 001. 6876 00 i
'._l • BPRalita
COFFEE ! COFFEE I COFFEE If
WANT.ED, every Grooer and the Public to
Y I try.
WORRELL'S NONPAREIL PREPARED cop
Warranted to give satisfaction, or the mon y
refunded. It is universally acknowledged t e
BEST EVER USED.
Prepared and for sale at the Eagle Steam Sp e
and Coffee Works, No. 244, North Front, (c r
ner of New et ,) Phpadelphia, Pa.
mch9d3ind ' HOWARD WORRELL.
T. J. McEitITICVA.N
Importer and wholeactlst dealer in
THREAD, TAPES, ''HOSIER
MATCHES AND BLA'CBING,
No. 2 Strawberry Street, Phikulelphia.
CHEESE+ . - , • ~..• :. . ,
Prime Goshen,. • ,
Pine Apple . 1
• • for. sale by.
Wht. DOCK, Ja., &-00 3 /
Shaker'a, Mt., LabattOn, N. Y., and
Prigge & Bro., lloolteeter, , N: Y
'-A large invoice, eoinprlaing eveiy variety
463bription, just receive and for sale by
'414 ' WM. DOCK , & CO
DRIED FRUIT. •
DRIED Peaches, ,(pared)
Dried Peaches, (=pared.]
For aide by [aprlo] . WM. DOCK Jr ~ . & CO
lATRITING FLUIDS :- .77 80e5' AunnieitnW
•1' V ing Fluid; a a'pleudid et 62 to
per quart ; ARNOLIYR Fl
HARRISON'S Cloluniiman Writing
& REIBELFIRTI ,
D'S Ink, COpy
Ink, Oininineilpd Red lnkr of thebsetqnali
quo Ink, Mac SC
ap6 sc6tFiTteps tOOKSTOIIE
(AIL 'OF 'AIX. • . • .
delebratediSalad ; Oil; wlth law; al,
other olioice Wands; -M low and email bot „
„inst.rer-eived-andrfor ealeibr •
apl4 . WM. DOOKiJa.; 48t CO
C6Al';: OIL JARMAN'S, that do ryt nled
any chimney, and no wind, Tot he
light out Pia/ and-,xagtifii -
• - .• •
jlB Cor, Front and : ,44arket Ste
110075 T PENBrin the t world, tot •760 p
JJO $1.60, $2l, s3;eind , s4, tot-side at •
53b16-y1 : " ,b 4,8 ou
I.SAPLLA AND CATAWBA
GRiPE":9INik strong aid thrifty, ` ; two
'yam old; at reduced 0408, at 'lPiysiOne
B B vqx STOUT
of the best brands, always on handiand for,sale
by Cap/41 . WM. DOCK, ja.,. CO,,
G REm. CORN.
Wlnelow'a Fresh areal
Corn just received by •
janatf- W.DOCK, JaCO
/00 T'o lj ta SEl toeT, for ll stlfe e ver i Volifty ch 21"
NIQH(AB & BOWMAN, :
f2B Corner Front, and Market Ste.
I\FORTDN'S CELEBRATED PINE APPLE
1 1 1 - CEIF,ESK, direct from the manufacturer,
areffor salti l by WK. DOCK; Ja., 8t.C0.. ,
TIBIED BEEF AND BOLOGNA, a very choice
4..Arlot,,jdet received and.for sale by
mrBo , .19ild. DOCK, Ja., & CO.
ACHOICE lot of superior Becon, just te
. ceive4 fqr Ego low by •
• 'NICHOLS BOWMAN, •
spl Cor:Frtint end Market streets.
SALT, ground; alumotahton , : aud dairy, in
large or man, quiultities r by.:. •
LIICHOIB •8/.. Bo %WAN ,
al Oor..Prontsn Market streets
A'VERY 'chide.; article just received, aud for
sale by WM. DOCE, Jr. : & CO.
PEIPETER'S DAILY LINE
Look Haven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, ilnil
ey, Uniontown, Watson Sown, Milton,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Sun
bury, 'bunion, Georgetown,
AND HARAISBURG. ,
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally located,
the drayage will be at the lowest rates. Tle
Cmiductor goes through with each train to
attehd to the safe delivery of all goods intrust
ed to the line. Goods delivered at the depot of
FREED, WARD & FREED, 811 Market street,
Philadelphia, by 6 o'clock P. M., will be dolly
ered in Harrisburg the next morning.
freight Always as Low as by Any Other
Philadelphia and Reading Depot,
ect2l—tf] Foot of Market Street, Harrisburg.
WM. B. liIKADIBURY 9 3
PIAN 0-F BRIE ESTABLISHMENT,
N 0.427 Brdome St.,
THE sublicriber respectfully invites the atten
tion of his friends and the public generally
to his Piano-Forte sstablishment, at No. 447.
Brimme street, corner of Oiosby street.
Having withdrawn his interest, stock and'
materials, the late firm of " Ligh.te & Brad
birrys," firth Was dissolved 11 the 31st•
January, ult., and hewing purchased the entire
stock of Piano-Eerfes and Piano-Forte Material,
owned by his brother, Edward G. Bradbury, in
the said Ann, he is now_prepared to supply the
increased demand for his celebrated Piano.For
tea. • Employing the most skillful and' experi
enced workmen, with a large stock of the best
and most thoroughly seasoned material, and an
abundance, of capital, he has taken in hand the
personal supervision of the whole business of
manufacturing his instruments, and is enabled
to turn out Piano-Fortes of unequalled font and
BRADBURY'S NEW SCALE PIANO-FORTE.
In the arrangement of our.new scale, drawn•
and prepared with the utmost care, expressly
for our new instruments, we have added every
improvement which can in any way tend to, the
perfection of:the Piano-Forte ; and we can con
fidently:assert, that for delicacy of touch, vel
,ume, purity, brilliancy and sweetness of tone,:
combined with that strength and solidity of
frame necessary to durability, Abase instru
merits are unequalled.
" &maga and Beauty" is our motto, and we
Invite the Closest criticism, of the best unbiased
jud es in the land.
ciW Every instrument warranted for don
years. WM. , :B. BRADBURY,
427 Broome et., cor. of Crosby, New York.
m 2 dBm.
IitTSEHILS' prime -Thatat0ea............,.;„
200 LBS. Buckwheat Flour.
800 bbls. Prime New York State Apples.
Buckwheat and Wheat Flour, Corn,Oats,
Fee.d, , Dried Apples, Dried Peaches, Drie Black
berries, Huckleberrie=, Raspberries, Elder
berries, &c. ChoicLsugar-cured Hame, Shoul
ders, Dried Beef, Lira, Mackerel, Codfish, Stu,
A'prinre lot of Oranges, Lei:tons rigs, Raisins, -
Candies, Sugar, Coffee,- Rice, Candles, Spices;
Tobacco, Segars , &e.
A prime lot of Sweet Cider just received.
Pure Cider Vinegar. '
For Bale wholesale antlsetsii , N 0.103 Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa
" b ANIL . 1:11111ENOIC AGENT.
tAF, the Old Wallower Line, respectfully, in.
forMs the , publlh that this Old Daily Trans
portation Line, (tbarr:Only. Wallower Line now in
existence in this city,).'is in successful operation
and prepared to carry freight as low as any
other ledtVidual• line between Philadelphia,
Harrisburg, 'Sunbury, Le wishurg, Williamsport,
'Jersey Shore; lock Haven, and all other points
on the Northern Central, add Erie
'and Willlexnsport and Elmira thilzoad4.
DAN'L A MU,Bliell Age n t,
Goode sent to the Waiblifined bf Meseta
Peacock, Z,II Bc' Miachtnan;Ads. 808 and 810
Market street, above ElglitA, 'PhiladelObia, by
4 o'clock, P. X., will arrive at Varriabtiri E ready
for delive • , next morning.' apBO-rdniyl
ACFIOICE-LOT of this Celebrated tea just
received. • It is'Of the firtttargo ever ire
tortedoind le much, superior to the Chinese
teas ie quality, strength and fragrance;and is
Wm) entirely' free from adulteration,' coloring or
mistnre t of any kind. It is the natural leaf
the Japantie Tea 'Plant. For sale by j
mr4 'WM. DOCK Jr: ; - 4- CO. •
T E Asia H . E
t ,. 0 F maslo
°MOM /LT WARD'S MUSIC 'STORE,
12 N. Third ?Street.
Residence: Third Street, above North.
A. STRANGE STORY'
Sia & BuLWBB LYTON,
FOB sale at
, BERXINER'S BOOKSTORE
a AT ,HOME,,PARDS.
DY aorpeclal arrangement with one .of the
LI best engravers ia.the country, cards of rely
description will be executed in the highest style
of art, conformablexith the latest fashion, and
suppjjed Romptly,at lowerprices than are,ob tirg l
ed by the
,slogimens , York Or'
phis. For sauwiee and 'prices call at
riehgtf • BICRGNEIVB BOOKSTORt:
DBESEILVED. FRt IIB;= hermetically sealed,
I In cane and *O,, of all descriptions-. and o •
the moat delleloua eh/miter, for tale by. ,
16 t WM.-ECM ; Ja., & OO
(1 ED All WABB:—Tubs. sizes; Flour
V Buckets, pager Boxes, Chtuns, Stands,
Large Cedar Buckets, . painted Pails, &c.
f 6 . WM: DOCK. Ja.. &
. Ad, • •
FE,tiOla • and KN43.114311. 8L,4C.K.11401 was
3s t~d~npt onli V.,,rateirt R 01181: of I kfu t
to preserve the leather' itself.'tor sale by •
16 WM. DOCK, & 00.
Telegraphic- dispatches were received in this
city at a late hour last night, confirming the
report of a formidable rebel force having in-
vaded Western Virginia..
The particulars of their operations have not
transpired. , Assurances, howeVer, have been
given by those in position, to know, that there
le no danger of an invasion of the soil of Penn-
(;Special to the 7ekgrainej
A large bank barn, with its contents, con•
stating of an immense stock'of grain and hay,
belonging to Samuel Gerinan, was entirely de
stroyed by fire to-day. The horses and cows in
the barn at the time were removed and saved
after great difficulty. It is not known bow the
ONLY ONE TRANSPORT SUNK..
NEW Your,. gay 1.
The Iribune printieictracts from aletter dated
near Vtoksburg, which saysothat only one of
the ,transports was - sunk in tht: p tr;‘age- of tin
rebel batteries on the 23d ~ • the
Other reports of four being Sunk au.? .toad
is a canard: -
(en,,Banke'_•Late Brilliant Sueoesses.
The National Republican this. afternoon has'
semi-official dispatches from Gen. Banks, dated
near St. Martinsville, of the I7th of April. He
did the following brilliant , thingS
Marched over 300 miles, beetinst the enemy
in three battles, dispersing his army, utterly
destroying their:navy, capturing foundries at
'Franklin and ..Ifew- Ibna and ' demolishing
the salt works, ten miles southwest of - Satter
place, cvturing camps, e9uippage„, seveitil
guns, and between one and twq thumping pris
oners. He Canna, for sortie months Organise
the army or the 'navy in that part of Lonida*
Duriloss waslbetween• six an& seven. hundred.
Notilktlit-bbnld MOO Atadiackof. 401131
We have also itrciailibfAlittkott-445-- A
officers of sea and '
WAR IN WESTM:tINFINIA.
THE FIGHT AT 'OREF*AND GO
The following dispatch was yesterday re
ceived from General Kelley by Lieutenant
S p ta ol.l ;: nel Cheseborongh, of General Schenck's
W. H. SpLE & CO
GRERNIAND GAP, HARDING CO., VA., I
April . 2B, 1868.
2b Lieut, Cod. Oheseborough, A. A. G.:
The affair at-this place on Saturday was one
of the , most gallant since the opening of ,the
war. Greenland Gap is pas. through i the
Knobley mountain only Wide enough for the
road and a 'small mountain stream. This gap
was guarded by. Captain Wallace (23d Illinois)
with a detapintient of company G , 23d „1 - _Llipoia
Regiment, and a small detachment ok)orepany
H, 3d Virginia infantry , ' Capt. 'Smith,- in all
between Seventy and , eightyllien. • j• '1
Captain Wallace copied a- large church'at
west end of and•tear the moutrof the gap and,
Captain Smith - held a log house about a hun'
dred yards distant t. both positions commanding
the gap. Jo es was compelled to capture or
dislodge the little hand before he could 'pass.
His troops made three gallant charge:Out were
each timerepnlsed withi great loss especially' of
officers. The 'fight commenced at five, .a. m.:;
'and lasted till s after dark. "'The - kebob, availing
themselves of the darkness approached and fired
the church, but thegallant Irish boys would
not even-then surrender till the burning roof
feel in. The killesi and wounded of the rebels
outnumbered our whiSie hires engaged. Five
of the officers out -of eight commanding the
leading battalion, hich made the first chaige
were either killed or wounded.
Among the latter Colonel Duhum, command
ing. Captain Wallace and Smith bad only two ,
men killed and foiir mounded I counted to.
day eighteendead horses within musket range.,
I moat eargedly, request the Major General
Commanding to apply to the Secretary of War
to have every officer, an-commissioned officer
and private engaged in ithe fight ;presented
with a medal in* recognition of the gallantry
dhplayed... to . -
(Signed,) , B. P. Kst.ter, Brig. Gen.
General Schenck has preMptly recommended
the participants in iids'gallant defence to the
special• attention -oftthe Secretarylof War..
WILD AND 14100VBDBD RUMP
Our streets have made dismal this morn--'
lag, by the circulation of a belles of wild and
unfounded rumors, each andof which, as
tarnsve can ascertain, are wholly unfounded.
The first of -these reports was to the effect
that - thi:toWn of etuMberiand, - Maryland, had
faileriqiito . the bifida - 6f the , enemy, 'Mid that
the gnat viaduat over the Potomac bad be4n
destroyed... We- made inquiry as to the fella 4sgon,of the report, and gottmswer:
"WO' are starving for 14W-the enemy is
t!rail3r cavalry fofee;ltted -tiOveu only where
theists no force to ;Ado* Mar, and ; plenty of
korAffi to; 80 04" , (1
The next rambr was to the ,; that' Glen:
Hooker's army had been routed, and was fall-
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ing back in disorder on Washington. The only
answer we could get to ouz queries as t. the
announcement was: •
"Not a word of truth in it. 'ibere bus been
no serious fighting yet, and all is well with the
army up to the present time."
The third and last of these reports announces
General Milroy as being dtiven tack from Win
ch4er which was again in posse sion c,f the
enemy. Our latest advices from that point ate
the very contrary. General Milt oy had enct,nn
tered a large body of the enemy advancing
from Strasbdig, and bad routed them %%lth
heavy loes in killed, wounded and pi iseners
So also the rumors as to the movements of
the enemy on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
They, have partially destroyed two bridges, by
sudden dashes at unprotected points, and sec
in a fair way of suffering for their temerity
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