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Funeral l'otioea ent:h Intertion
sir Businezi notices inserted in the Local
Column, or beim Marriages and Deaths, Elam
Onus PEE Liss for each iniisairtion.. . : • .
. As au advertising medium the TELI:GWEI has
no equal, its large circulation, among business"
men and families., in city and country, placing
It beyond competition.
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MARKET ST AND MARKET SQUARE,
JOSEPH F. EcHbEL.AN, PROPRIETOR.
(RECINTLY CONDITOTBD BY WELLS COVIIRLY.)
This is a First Class Hotel, and located in the
central part of the city. It is kept in the best
manner, and itaglatrons will find every accom
modation to be et with in the best houses in
the country. se3o-titi
triN ITED STATES HOTEL
Refitted and Renovated.
L. W. TEN EYCK, PROPRIETOR
popular and commodious Hotel has
been newly refitted and furn;shed through
out it, parlors and chambers, and is now ready
foi the reception of guests for the winter
The traveling public will find the United
Rata Hotel the most convenient in all particy
tars, of any Hotel in the •State Capital ; ; u an
went of its avess to the railroed, being immer.
diately between the two great depots int.this
ilanarsnuart, Dec. 29, 1862.-6 m -
SIUITRI & EWING,
AT T OR N E YS-AT-LA,W,
OFFICE T MRD STREET,
NEAR :,tARIKET, PENRA,
tar ILL atteod to the Collection of Bounti
VT Money, Pennsionz andarreare of Pay.
f The widow or other heirs of any . soldier,
who may die I 5 disease or be killed while in
th United States service, is entitled to $lOO
bc y money, pension, and all arrears of pay
of d,cer.sed soldier. . jmylOprd-dlO
FRESH GROCERIES I
NTCHor-s & BOWMAN,
(Corner of Front and liarket,Streets,)
ARE constantly receiving from first hadds
large stocks of choice family groceries, pur
chased for cash, which they are thereby enabyttl
to sell at very small advanut On city who/Peale
prices. They would respectfully , inform the
public that they do not deal in nor .keep any
intoxicating liquors in any quantity, large or
HERMETICALLY SEALED. ;.
PINE APPLE, SALMON, •
'OYSTERS, SPICED OYSTERS,.
# LOBSTER, SARDINES,
For Blau by WTI. DOCK, Jr. ik CO.
. . •
WE have received for this season more than
v our OUT usual stock of
Some choice varieties on inutd...*Aisci,viri
den and Vegetable seeds of, the beet quality.
;SELLER'S DRUG STORE,, ;
mr27 91 Market street.
(3IBLES AND 'HYMN BOOLV
.itl.A 1.-c0 E and splendid stock of Pocheeenci
Faintly Bibles. . : •
ReLet Leta, and other Hymn : 13ooks. ittat reoeivr
efIALL BeatUNEWS CHEAP BuQIPTO.III3.
rlali_L;olL, a further reduction. in, Coal 011,
V superior article of non-explosite Coal 011, I
for sate very low, by ;
NICHOLS & BOWMAN, '
Cot. Front and Market Stn. .1
6 l Oltron and Oarranta, py
NIOHOLB Sr, 'BOWMAN;
Opruar Front and Market' 64_
DR. JOHNSON •
13.1!LI-ITINE 1 0)1 2 t.M
T ;As discovered the most certain, speedy and
11 effectual remedies in the world for
DISEXSES OF IMPRUDENCE
EW ELT SIX TO "TWELVES )3.01JR11
NO .MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
A Cure Warranted, or No Charge, in from One to
Weakness of the Back, Affections of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary dis
charges, Impotency, General Debility, Ner-
VOnsnes3, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,.
Cmafusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the
IL art, Timidity, Trembling!, Dimness of Sight
cr Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat,
N l / 4 se or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs,
Stomach or Bowels—thoie terrible disorders
arising from the Solitary Habits 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,
Especially, who have 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 lister:ll4 Sen
ates with the thunders of eloquence or Waked
to ecstasy the living lyre, may aill - ivith full
2, I `'
' Harried Persons, or Young Men contemplat
ing marriage, being aware of physical:-weak
ness, organic debiliq, deforinities, epeedily
He who places himself ander the care of Dr.
T. may religiously confide in his honor as a gen
tleman, and confidently rely upon his skill as a
Physician. : •
ORGAiIIO 10,ATC.NESS ,
Immediately Cured, and full vigor restored.
This distressing affection—which renders life
Miserable andlnarriage imposeible—ie - the pen-,
alty paid by the victims of improperindulgence.
Young persons are too apt to commit excesses
from not being, aware of the dreadful come! ,
que,nces that may ensue. Now, who that nn=
derstands the subject will pretend to deny that
the Power of procreation is lost sooner by those
falling hap iMproper habits than by the pru
dent. Besides being deprived the pleasures
healthy offispring, the, most serious and'deitiiihi
4114 symptoms to both body and mind arise:•
The:system becomes deranged, the physical, and
mental-luoctiorutweakened, loss of procreative
power, nervous 'irritability, dyspepsist,lpitik:
tion of the heart, indigestion, constitutional
Aebility, a wasting of the frame, cough; con
sumption, decay and
• Ovnas, No. 7 Soma ihusuareoic Stiker, ,
Left-handidde going from Baltimore street, a'
few doors .firbnithe corner. Fall not to observe
name and number.
Letters must be' pai' and contain a stamp.
The Doctor's Diploma hang in his otilce.
Member of the Royal College of Sargeonsi Lon
don, sradeate front one of the most eminent
colleges in the United States, and the greater
part of, whose life has been spent in the hosph
tats of London, Paris, Philadelphia and el*
where, hes 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
sounds,- bashfulness , with frequent blushing,
attended iornettmeil with derangement of=mind
' ' 'TANI rAlindur4di NOTION.
These a`iii some ofVtlie;•liail and 'melancholy
effects produced by early habits of youth, vik:
weakness of the book and limbg, pains hiLtiie
head, dimness of light, loss of mow* poweii:
pollination of .tbelthelati, 4 4 13 PeP, nervous
irritability, symptoms of consumption,
Mosmorm.--The fearful effects on the mind
are much to be dreaded—loss of memory, cA *
fu: ion of ideas, depression of spirits, evil fore-
bodings, aversion to society, self cilstrust, Jcive
of solitude, timidity, Arc., are stone of the evibi
Who have. injured themselves
. by a certain
practice indulged. in. when alone, a habit fre•
quentlY _learned • from . evil companions, or at
school, the_ieffects of which are„nightly .. felt,
even when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossible, and . destroys both mind
and .body, should apply and..
What a: pity that a you)* man, pr.' of
hie country, the darling of his pans uld
be snatched from all prospects and ear' to
of life, by, the consequence of deviating • .m
the path of nature and indulging in a certain
secret habit. Such personinrosx, beige contain
MARRIAGE ? .'
'erect that a sound mind and , Jody are the
roost necessary requisites to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, w# llo o .Pbegit,the journ ey ..
through life•becomes a weary pilgriinagit : ,the
prospect hourly darkens to'the view • thAtakid
becomes: shadowed with despair and !filled with
the meloncholy reflection that:the, hominess o
another becomes blighted with our own. • I
When the mbignided and imprudent votary',
Of pleasure - findedie" has imbibed the seeds ofl
this•painful disease,':.it too. often- happens the
an illthried sense of shame or the dread of dis 4
every deters him from applying to thew who 4
from veducation and reepootability, can , &loner
befriend him. , , He falls into the hands+of igno4
rant and designing pretenders, who,. int:apatite'
of curing, filch his pecuniary substance, keep
him triflinq month after month, or 48 long as
the smallest fee , can Ate obtained, andiu despola
leave him with ruined health to: sigh over; hi
galling disappointment, or, by the nut , of th
deadly poison, Mercury, -hasten the constitur
tional , symptoms of this teriible disease,'enoh aft
affections•of the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin,tettli
plogressing with - frightful rapidity till death
puts' a period to.hiLdreadful sufferings by:sea N
ing' , him. to that undiscovered .country ..froth
Whence no trivellerreturnsz! :, 3 , , i
INDORSEMENT og , THE , PRESB. 1! '
" The many thotulandtt ctiredAttitidinalitdtioC
year ider , jeary and the numerous luipartant"
surgical operations performed by Dr. Jobnior,
'lnessed•bykthe - lreporters of the - Bars,aOppai,
and m anvoithiF papers, notices of Which hatr
appeared:again' and again Wore:the publie,lbe
sides' his standing as a gentleman' of ''ulutnucittir
and responsibility; is a stdikient gamut:dee lib
ihd afflicted. •`• - '''' '' • ' ' ' ' '' s
• AlpN DIZEO,BBS"- READILY CURER -# '
OPFICE, No. 7. 3011711 FREDRiiIOK. ill.
The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OFFICE .NO. 408 CRESINITI MEET.
CAPITAL AND ABM'S
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President
JOHN F. JAMES, Setretary.
CONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON
LIVES on the moat reasonable terms.
Theyact tui Executors, Trusteea and Guardians
under last Wills, and as Receivers and Assignees.
• The 'capital being paid up and invested,
together with a large and constantly increasing
reserved lund, offers a perfect security to the
The premiums may be paid yearly, half year
ly or quarterly.
The company add a' BONUS periodically to
the insurances for life. The FIRST BONUS
appropriated in December, 1844, the SEWN.
BONUS in December, 1849, the THIRD BONUS
in December, 18E4, and the FOURTH BONUS
in 1859. 'These additions are made withbui
requiring any increase in the premiums to be
paid ;to the company.
The folloVring .are a few examplec.frora the
I - Amount of policy
. olicY' -1 , , Sum !Bonus of and bonus to be I
Insured.tuldition. creased by future
- No. 89. $2600 $ 887 60 $BBB7 60
182.8000 1 1060'00 - 4060 00
0 , 199.1 !
1000 400 00 1400 00
"" 838: 6000 1876 00 8876 00
Agent at Harrisburg and vicinity
COFFEE ! COFFEE t COFFEE ! .
WANTED, ev.erY OrO9er kind the Public to
WORRELL'S' NONPAREIL PRERARED. COF
Warranted to l givaeatiefaction, the money
refunded. It Is universally aCknowledged the
BEST EVER USED.
Prepared and for eke at the Eagle Steam Spice
and Coffee Worke, No. 244, North Front, (cor
ner of Neivat.,) Philadelptda Pa.
melanin*': HOWARD WORRELL.
rr. J. McGU'I . GA , N,
• Importer and ; wholesale dialer in
1111READi • ,•T AVMS, < 'HOSIER Y,
No i & o-,
m4 . ToRRS
i :ire. 2 Strawberry S V
• ' Ertgliith
Ja., Sc CO.
GARDEN S E EDS;
Shaker's,. Mt Lebelion, N. Y., and
idetor l i a p l tt e r i t r , A lti o rreggi r l i =s ; TP:Zie a l r :P Y
al> l4 WIL , ppoK, ht., lc CO.
rTRIED. Peaches; ; &Fed)
I Dried I"eaolies, (tinpared.l
..3 Dried PPcims. :
For sale by- tap - AO) Wt Jr., Br., CO
WRITING FLUIDS = Bess' American Writ-
Fluid, a pplendid luk, at 62 cents .
HARRISON'S Oolumnbum Writing Fluid,
LAUGHLIN & BUS D'S Ink, Copying
14,)Oarmin,,e anclih44ka of the z beatquality,
Blue Ink, Bliklagi3, W 0.7 at
ap6 SCUEFFER'S BOOKSTORE.
M, OF A.l&.
O.This celebrated Salad Oil, pith several
other.ohoice brands,-In large and. small bottles, I
iustoreceived and for, sale by,
epl4 , ,WM. DOCK; Ja 4, CO.
OIL• ,LANTERNS, that - do: not neat
V any ciihnneY; and: no wind will put• tY
light out. Call and examine; at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
118`' Cor: Frontand Market Sta.
. . ,
MT , PENB 'in I tlzeilltohkd;• fol -7,4 1 . $1. 2 41
JL$ t $1.50, , $2, $B, and ss, for satiatt
- ` 43 b1 5 -0 SQLWORIVB Noaggviii.
MABMAIA.A. AND - CAL& WOA
G 4. " PE - VINES, strong and-: thrifty, two
years' Old, at reduced: prices, at Keystone
Nursery. • novl-dtf
BROWN STOUT ; • . 1:1
of the best. brands, 'alwayeon mad iind for sale
by_ .[apl4], WM. DOCK, Ja., Si CO.
GIN ) •
" ' WinsloiValttedi 'Green
bcin. j*it received by
jamatf ' W. DOCK,IpIr&OO.
• ' '
1 rin spasms Merdor 'and '1! eiiith Blow
Stittoe4 for inde'vetylnw;bt
f2B Cornor'leroid. ind i Markni Sts. j
- MORTON% CELURRAXED -PINE AWLA
OHEESE, , direot from phe,mukulaotarer,
and fcir . side by Virtt. DOOlt, & COI
DD BRO . AND BQLOONA.,:a very, choice
t, just received andier role by
parBo W.M. PO.
A ~OHOICE of superior liaoop,: i juu t re
Cefre4 anal for 8a1e10414 • ‘.
NICHOLS*: BOWMAN ' ;
apl Cor. Front andiarliot streets.
SALTpground, ulabtour Amit dairy, in
large. ox tumill.qpisfatiee, by
- An cottliiffOtreet.
Shpiipo Hd 11311 1 1 ( . '
eatit by . test fi;. arit*: •
Later from New Orleans.
Continued Suooeas of General Banks
CAPTURE OF ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA
Nebel Supplies at: Port lindson and Vicks
Naw Yowl, May 3.
The steamer George Cromwell, from New Or
leans on the 26th, arrived here.
The Captain of the Cromwell re news re
received on the 26th that Gene enks has
taken Alexandria near the head of thi Red
Kerashear city dispatch of the 24th to
the NOVi Orleans Era , states that a rbel so tiler
from the Red river country reported three gun
boats had eap s turAlexandrla several days
previous, probahlrby Farragut's , fleet. The
same soldier reports that our occupation of the
' - emintry and Admiral Farragut's blockade of
Red-river. have seriously interfered with sup
plies for the rebels at Vicksburg and PortAud
The Era of the 25th, states that a reconnoi
aance of Sabine fan, was made on the 18th, by
two boats-4pm the gunboats Cayuga and New
London. On lauding near the light house,
they were fired'On`by concealed rebels. Capt.
ki'Dermot of the Cayuga was killed and his
crew of five men captured. Capt. Reed of the
New -London escaped, but received a wound
over: itlfekeyififigont a,rifle ball and four Of his;
The body of Captain M'Dermott was given
up by the rebels and buried at New Orleans on
the 26th. t
The Adams' Express treasure safe from the
Wreck of the steamer Marion, has heehrecover
ell and received at New Orleans:
Qalea-La-Rose was captured on the 20th by
the gunboats Estelle, Clifton, Arizona and Cal-
Oneseaman was killed, another wound
ed, and engineer Weld was also wounded.
The rebel flag which floated over the Fort
+as presented- to the commander of • the Clifton.
doThe mass of the people are loyal and-the
urdry well supplied with necessaries. ,
ieston , dates to the 7th ult.-represent the rebels,
fortifying the point from the, city to the fort.
ARRIVAL 01' RIMEL PRISONERS
„,WAIIIIINGTON, May 2.
',Wother, detachment ofrprhkosters, 144 hi
number, has reached here,' includlitg several
tommandlng officers. Others are expected in
hiantirieof the day. They:iterit settttp the
Ohl Capitol Prison. They were all comfortably
lad, though their garment; were coarse.
Tisi-lparty socoinpanyliig tthe'Secretary of
State and Assistant Secretary of State, were
Ptinakiohleisien, , mblister l from -the .Efauseatio
cities,” Mann Geialt; 'the - littiNtiari
Count Pifer, Swedish nilillster, Baron Grabew,
cCietary.of the Blissianijegation, ;with wham;
Mow have returned from their vraft to the
"lappahannock anoll'ofti4s Monroe.
inebel:Fears of thC,-FederiL Cavalry
! • Maw You, Misty 2.'
The Tribune hew -received the folli*rng
Makeths, April '3oth =Tire Jackson Appeal
:of the 24th says, a fiat the Yankee Cavelry ex
pedliton int o Mississippi threatening
'Oolnnibns and -Grenade excels in daring all
:the former Yankeelaide. •
! The Appeal has intelligence from Arkansas '
lthat the rebels are rapidly strengthenisk undi r
jKirby Smith and Staling Price, and will soon
gke the Unionists trouble in Missouri: Gan:.
'Mt Maury has been trausfered to the rebel
army in Tennessee. , • '
From Western Virgirlia
THE itORCIikitTOWN RAID.
ATM FROM THE ENE' OF OPERATIONS
-The'_ Guerillas Endeavor to iltitreat.
Showalter'i: titian Forte at lihgantown
Mulligan Fightilig. , at Ff.imont.
9P,E*ALTTONp I AT WHEELING
. . ,
The .Pl *wick contains Mil following newt
relative to the rebel raid into Wmtern Virginia:,
Captain Wright,with the Onard,.re-;
tmlied to the city, ftorntiniontevrn, by special'
train, on Thuniday night, about one o'clock,
bringing' thh•latest infointation from Morgan , '
town. Our special correspondent came on the
thin, arid 'furnishes M 3 with the following:
T,lxacetrowir; ' April 30.—One 'of our scouts ,
came'into town' about three o'clock this morn-
lng, bringing aletter frOm'Mr. John Oliphant:
Seim Hui' roar:Ask April 29.--Qtuarter of
10 e'clock. Sir. •'I am requested to in
forth' you as 'fiillows : The 'rebels have left
Morgantown and gone up the west side of the
river;towarda Filial/Doti.. They left, sometime
last night.. There has been firing he a rd 'in the
direction'of Fairmont since one o'Clock' to-day;
A lnievy feat' is going on;.apparentlyi , in that
direction: - Th& rebels did not burn the bridge
at Morgantoin; evidently leaving it as a means
of retreat, shonid . they be forced to fall back.
The'. 6th' Virginia (Union) regiment, , 1,.200 •
itrong, with; `a • • battery , of 'artillery; came mite
Morgantown this L evening. This is reliable.
The fear is, however, that they will notbe able'
to successfully resist the fOreie of rebels/ - should
ithey he defeated, -especially as they have no
%Fairy. They expected to have beedreinforc• 1
ed by some 'cavalry 'from' this direbtion. Mr.
Wilson came' from Morgantown , this , evening eV
i, dark. The citizens of 'MorgaiitOstn, ,, he. say;t4 -
'iieeliiect! to' be anxious to hate as rnany Men:
'Cade hp as ti . Cieible. •- If the enemy Tare ,deforit-
ed at Fairmont, and there is force sufficient to
prevent them from crossing the Monongahela
river, the whole force may be captured.
Respectfully, JNO. OLIPHANT.
To Captain Wright, Uniontown.
Later information fixes Maj. Showalter's
force at 500, with six pieces of artillery.
A vidette has arrivtd, who states that he
communicated with Maj. Showalter about three
o'clock this morning. He had planted his ar
tillery, commanding the bridge, and expressed
his determination to hold the place at all
Mr. James Wilson, a citizen of this. place,
arrived this morning, direct from Morgantown,
where he arrived,. .In, company, with another
person, on Wednesday evening about five
o'clock. He remained about half an hour, and
jest before he left two Union soldiers, mounted,
came dashing into' the town, reporting that
Maj. Showalter was eight miles distant with a
Union force, and hurrying forward with all pos-
The rebels left Morgantown on Tuesday, en
camping about six miles out, in the direction
Of Kingwood. About three o'clock Wednesday
morning they again 'startle, going, towards
Fairmont. About nine o'clock in the ftrienoon
cannonading was distinctly harctil the Civet
river and also in Morgantown,' and continued
at intervals until between Jhree and fear
o'clock in'the; afternoon. The impression wag
general that a heavy fight, was going on in the
direction of Fairmont.
_One o'clock e'. sr.—rofortiation deerned relia
ble, has been received that Major Shimalteris
at Morgantown, and that C6l. Mulligan enconn' 7
tared the rebels a mile and a half belew Fair
mount on. Wednesday morning, and - repulsed
tbeni. They are said to, have retreated in the
directionie Aitortant,own, their only Wi'y of
escape, encamping six miles from the plaee on
Wednesday night In case they Were hard
pressed, it was believed they Would Ir
Capt. Wright, in , vier"' of the non;arilval of
reinforcements from Pittsburg,. :-concluded
to return with .
.his Provost Cipard, and
R l : special train was placed at biA di . posal. Prior
to his departure - a pablio mu was held at
the cod house; and; resolutions pal;
/denting' Capt. Wright. and. his emu —.1.! fort
I have conversed with several *eons . from
Morgantown; and listened to variety 'of'stete.
Monts concerning the: conduct 'of the raiders.
Mr. Lloyd 1:41, a prominent citizen and most
devout Unionist, is stated to .have been killed,
also J. J. Jenkins and Andrew Johnston. " Twd
citizens, Lieutenant Henri/ 'Bell and it man
named Morrison, were-taken-prisoners, and it
Was given out by their' captor's that therWorild
lie shot for bushwhacking. •
The residence of Win. Leasure,' Esq., Deputy
Marshal, a short dist/Mee - ourtUf 'roam, on his
farm. audburned, and the - only bouts/ destroy
ed.as far ea We Can, lean. Mr. Leantan'e • Mega,.
dn. the town; was pillaged ., also the jewelry store
Of LeWisS. Hays,,the dry goods and drug store
of tarr 'Harvest& NytS,lthe boot Andshoe steed
of Charles Wattd,••the babstore.of Mr..Eftokmanv
tindeverrgrocery.dorelulho place, 1 - •
iTtinPffitore, WAtt, one exce on, appeared to
show a disposition td.rest their men, and
*Aide were pleeisT On some Of the 'dorm,' with
Imitructienito•lhe men. to takeminly such anti ,
4leawsitherstood,nrest in need of.. The 'Ace?'
Lion Was a poi, giaruni t n, Who, permitted
tarsi to 'do Jima they phteW: Seine Of the
officers "hid silver &Milli/it/41361W tretti:
Silty notes,: but meat 'of , then; lads •MI supply
of,',,blwelaqks,7.re•rieoceahle. "six. months after
a treaty of place bet Ween this bentederiste and
Federal Stated." trid Union men; named Pot
ter and Hickman, wiie'vittrinded, !having
fired it bp. the rebels upon Abefog discovered
with arms in theirlisods..
. The citizens of Uniontown ba d a Most grafi;
tying exhibition' Vt . :the - loyalty of one BASAL
of Fayette ' county B.Bt Elibbe, of
pie First Pennsylvania ..Cavelry,.-appeared :: in
town.on.We,dnueday afternoon, at the head of
forty ferment, all wenn:minted, and each with
lie squirrel rifle Upon his shoulder. The Ber
geent reported lo Copt Wright,- and was ordered
to prooced tolObeat river, at once: , . ;
Gen.- llowe has resolved information, by way
e t Washington, ?a., that the enemy were oc.
espying Fairmont In forci3, thee contradicting
;the repirt from Uniontown That Col. Mulligan
imd defeated the rebele. • A leth3r haealso been
:received from Major Showalter, dated: at Mor ,
gantowe SO, announcing his arrival there
Auk ieking ler 'reinforcements.
THE VERY LATEST'.
Sergeant 13oaten arrived. on'Friday afternoon,
:on the train . from thaicintown, and reportg that
Major Shenralter; had fallen back from Morgan
town and carpased Cheat river.
my - imam AT VITISITLING 'TO VITBILT TEI WO.
Gon.'Wbeat wee ordered on'ltionday to
out the I.6th brigade, State militia, by ithi.
Schenck. The .brigade is not.ienife,rnied,ot
equipped, but the officers werq immediately
summoned, and afttir consultation' bidets were
iseued Mr the assembling, of'the . 4th . and sth'
regiments on' Tuesday Morning/ Simon
dred accordingly amend:Jed nt.tlie , :appeinted
hoar, and were supplied with noir and better
Runs. Hundreds who bad oeglectedlio'contplY
with the order to parade were "brought up by
squads before three d!cloCk.- and all' Want stip
plied.with ammunition. On WednesdaY Morn
ing the 4.tiCrezitnent,' (Col. Logan's) . left fdr
the east at two o'clOck, and when last'. heard
'from was at "Littleton; where the Stet
occurred. Volunteers froth StenbenVillii,
Welliviile and Washington were on bend in
hundreds on Wednesday morning, but were
not sent' out. The prevision train'sent out to
supply the 4th regiment collided, near Mounds-,
ville, witha constniction train, and'severtal of
the road employees waif severely injured.l, Troops arrived franiOhici, and were sent for
ward on Wednesday, but being detained by the
accident, came back to Benwood, whence. they.',
were ordered to "Parkersburg. Meantime' ewS
of the attack ' on Fairmount reached Wheeling,
and the troope were again sent for Ward.
airy Were lreyit eontinutdly scouting in all - direbi
Lions from thehlty, end on Wednesday merni
lug a party brought tea' SOU of Jeff Martini
formerly U. S. Marshall; but now in Dixie, sus!
pected of being a spy. Rev. B. V. Dodge, 'of
Wheeling was captured by the rebels at Oak-
jaud. He arrived at Wheeling on-Wfshiesdavi
h come around throtigh
'Though,logelr examined-: was. onll;tetit
treated by ; the guerillas, who informed"it
that they had eight hundred at (*lira; and
that fifteen bandied had gone to itand.esbisig;
'They clairned Mutt their forix.wast-,three „thou.
ma d, s ta t , i3m; im ojt. may therefotc be_Wely
timated atone thousand. They statedthat they
had encountered eighty 'of Col. Ildrilligthethenin
at : Greenland, who -had taken refuge- in !a
. ohnnsh,birt were capturtdafter wiliggtVithivia
the. church burned, Some of, tiro iaavalry.secip,t
N iho heti pressed out beyondW.4'l6l o
PIiTaBIIRG, May S
turned with the following "reliableatattment
which is worth praserviog :
"Four companies of militia sere at Meagan
town, when the enemy came in, and undertook
to • defend the place. They tack refuge in
houses and fired from them, but the rebels shell
ed them out and set the houses on fire, and they
were then gobbled up. Seven of them were
killed. The rest were taken off in the direction
of Dixie, as prisoners. The estimate of the
force put it at four thousand which is without
doubt a great exaggeration. The rebels prooted
ed from Morgantown to Uniontown, where they
co&mitted some depredations, and return d by
the way of Blecirsville towards Fairmount, pass
ing thirteen miles'off Waynettburg. There was
a good deal of alarm at Waynesburg, and the
alibi& of the bank there destroyed $60,000 of
the bank's issue for fear of its failing into their
On Wednesday iafonnation ImerreceWed of
another guerilla movement, threatening Wet ton
from the direction of Sutton.
The Wheeling ktelligencer, from which we
have condensed the foregoing, says:
''There is one lesson we cannot fail ixo learn
from the success ofthis raid of the enemy, that
there is in onr midst a foe no lees prejudicial to
our safety, than the one ill our front. It is not
tete supposed for a moment that an invasion
of such magnitude, reaching far into an ene
rnk'a nOnntry. within lines of railway and, tele
gnph, would , be undertaken: by.even the most
foolhardy and daring without accurate knowl
edge of the numbers and disposition of the op -
posing' ',forces. There is not an o ffi cer in the
rebel army' who would have risked h adiag
eva a cavalry force to the Pennsylvania tine
in — the Monongahela Valley, if he had not
known absolutely and exactly that we had no
force within reach to resist this advance, our
that he could have destroyed our communism
ten so no force could be thrown in to intercept
0 0E 1 in their retreat. How could th's be so
wircurately, known to them? Only through the
symPathisers in our 'midst who acted as spies
and informers. They it were who burned the
bridges between hen and Grafton to prevent
the passage of troops, just as they did two
ypats ago- They are just as ranch our enemies
a* these marauders. They ad in concert with
them; kno"then they are coming, and whiit
tO.do.to.assist them.; atd they, o it."
A !ulna ral Tan VaLtsr.—A few days since
ight engagement occurred near Strasburg,
*twee° the'Sd Virginia cavalry, with portions
t oilloviland's,:titt's and White'scompanies,and
. three or four hundred rebels, who were driven
with, a Ifig‘pf five killed, nine wounded,
twenty-'five prisoners and forty horses. Union
l&s oneloMed and one wounded.
firr Analailln.—On Sunday .a spy was found
.:.ncealed on the oars of the Baltimore and Ohio
~ phCwas found to rams a commission
1; _` . eit lik Mn• Lateber and'a map of all the
, . ". a leading to '.Fairiatint, together• with the
men of prominent rebils,on the road. When
i e t
, .10he Government deal/es/At with the scorin
gs, and ' award them their just portion of
mp ? The felleivs name was Martin, former
ly a resident of Fetterman, on the Northwest
ern. pike. 3 ....I. !
i Esokun,—Ool. Latham managed to escape
thei :rebel trap at beierly, and in his' retreat
kla' uprtirentyLtlee rebel prisoners.
• Mo Fatuhthamo s—
-Brig. -ltrig. G pub.
es nesider ha West. Virginia tlxrpeAening se
. Grp pnnishtnent to any
,person connected with
. whci Shall spread a filae alarm, or
tiplettera communicating with the' enemy,
From San rranclipeo.
SAN FRAncusc,o, 141. y. 2
• T he steamship Constitution sailed this tura 'l
ing for Panama, with 700 passengers and $730,-
000 in treasure for England and $20,000 for
Flea Newberg; N. C.
Gen. Poster bee been arranging, his devat
plpt. . The 44th and 27thifinsachusetts
amnia bave arrived at Newbern front Wash
ington. The stein is an extract from Newborn
ietter , Of tho.29th nit
The Steamer Peterhoff.
Blew YORK, May 2
The cargo ofthe•steamer. Peterhoff wee par
liplly to-day but nothing that is con
traband of war ha 4 yet been discovered.
Arrival of Cotton.
- ' Now Yearn, May 2.
z . The ship Theodore Sump arrived to-day-frets
*stapierern with 1,580 bales of cotton.
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