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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
MOR.NING AND EVENING,
By GEORGE BERGNER.
Ws Third Street, near Walnut.
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titilaNMY CONDUCTED warms oovsamr.)
This is a First Class Hotel, and located in the
central part of the city. It is kept in the beet
;ummer, and it patrons will find4svery amput
enistion to be met with in the best huses in
the ezonntry. • se.3o-dtf
B. T. BABBITT'S
Concentrated Condensed or Pulverised
' , THREE gallons of handsome white SOFT
.1. SOAP made in five minutes. No grease
Dinscrrioss.—Dissolve one peund of B. T.
Babbitt's Conceritrated Condensed or Pulverised
Soft Soap in onesallon of boiling water, then
Add two gallons of warm water. When cool
you Will have three gallons of Handsome. White
Ten pounds wilLmake‘ons barrel of soft soap.
The soap thus made is an excellent wash for
trees, Blimps and plants of all kinds.
Just received and for sale by.
VAL DOCK, 35.., & CO.,
0xy271 Market st„ opposite the Court Rouse.
AT ,HOME CARDS.
" pedal arritogtolutot with one of the
best engravers in the countey,, cards of any.
description will be executed in the hiubest:style
• Of art, conformable with the latest fashion, wail
supplied promptly,at lowerprices than are charg
ed by - the stationers in New York or Philadel
phia. For samples and prices call at -
mead BERGNER'S BOOKSTORE.
11TDNDONV SHADES of lince, glitlbordered;
V V and PAPER BLINDS of an eridleas vari
ety of designs and ornaments ; also, CURTAIN
FIXTURES and TASSELS at very low prime.
Call at SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE.
PEACHES, • WiIATOES,
PINE APPLE, nsxtmos,
OYSTEBS, SPICED OYSTERS,
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BIBLES' , AND cHtint - 400KS
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Presbyterian, Methodist, Lutheisu, German
Reformed, and other Hymn Books, inst,:recelv
-44:0A, BERaTER'S GHEAP BOOKSTORE.
OA, OIL, a further reduction in Coal Oil,
'autanlor article of non-explosive Coal 011,
for NI leliery low , by
- NICIIOI.B & BONMAN,
Cor. Front and Market Sts.
PHOTOGRAPH- ALBUMS chastely bound
and clasped—forliale at - •
SOBEFFEICS BOOKSTORE, - •
,_ p . , 18 Market Street.
IT . " A . - 10.;;; 1". rent colored
__ . bl6 . 4aii. etiel:_.; White
A tel, l*
_mist ry lree .4.... l rs d other
,stru ," _bi ry, a t Ezsystone N
Ifls ma: Mortgages, Power - of c i rriey,
t lkkudi toad Justices' Blanks for, at
mgt- TEM. F. SCIELEFFER'S-Bookstoii.
'EMAIL 'PAPER, 13ORDERS, 8tc:;V:, lad al
71 hot y 09,0 Prices, without auCudiliOSl )
ape 130fIEFFBR'S Banturbitic,
I3I'7LIATINICC 3 P 3 ELME
T TAS discovered the most certain, speedy and
11 effectual remedies in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRIIDEN,OE.
REIM_ IN SIX TO Twarma uouas.\
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DIMS.
A Care Warranted, or No Charge, in, from One to
Two Days. -
Weakness of the Back, Affections of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary dis
charges, Impotency, General Debility, Ner
vousness, Dyspepda,.- Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas; Palpitation of the
Heart, [Timidity, Tremblligs, Dimness of Sight
or Giddiness, ,Disease of the Head, Throat;
Nc se or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs,
Sttnuich or BoWels—those terrible disorders
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—
those secret and solitary practices more fatal to
their victims than the song of Sytens to the
Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most bril- 1
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 listening Sen
ates with the thunders- of eloquence or waked
to scam , the living lyre, may call with full
Married Persons, or Young Men- contemplat
ing marriage, being aware of physical tweak
ness, organic debility, deformities, &a., speedily
Se who places himself under thU care of Dr.
T. may religiously confide in his honor as atom
:illnlymn, and confulently rely upon his sklifatt'a
, DRGAND) WEAKNEfiS •
Immediately 4. 1 7 , v.red, and full vigor restored. ;
This distressing affection—whiek rendenl life
miserable and marriage impossiblis 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 conga
, quences.that may ensue. Now, who that un
derstands the subject will,pretend to deny, that
the power of procreation is last sooner by those
falling into improper habits' than by the pru
dent. Besides being deprived the, pleasures, of
healthy o ff spring, the most various and destruo.
tive symptoms to both body:and mind arise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and
mental functions weakened; ,loss ? of,weer, eative
power, nervous irritability, dtspepda, palpita
'don of , the heart, indigestion, constitutional
debility. it wasting. of the. frame, cough? on
sumptiOn, decay, and death.
Onion, No. 7 Sot= Bram,
Left hand side 'going : from Baltimore street, a
few doors from the corner. Fail not to observe
name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp.
The Doctor's Diplowe hang in his offtce.
04...5 2 3 BB
, ~ „. lb
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Lon
don, graduate from one.of the most eminent
colleges in the United States, and the greater
part of whoile life ha's been spent in the hospi
tals of London, Parte, Philadelphia and ()law
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
sormds, bashfulness, with frequent blushing,
attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
These are some of the sad and melancholy
-effects produced by early habits of youth, via :
weakness of the back and limbs, pains in the
Head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power,
palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous
irritability, symptoms of consumption, WC.
Mnavemic.—The fearful effects on the mind
are much to be dreaded—loss of memory, pon
failon of ideas, depression of ophito, evil fore
bodings, aversion to society, self distrust, love
of solitude, timidity, &Lc., are some of the evils,
Who have injured themselves by ,a .cartaln
practice indulged in when alone, a habit fre
quently learned from •evil companionti;- - cir at,
school, the effects of which are nightly
even when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossible, and .destroys hoth mind
and body, should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of
his country, 'the darling of ;hie parents, should
be anatched from all prospects and..enjoyments
of life, by the consequence of deviating• from
the phth of nature and indulging in a certain
secret habit. Birch persons mum, before conteml
Reflect that a sound mind and body are the
most, necessary requisites to promote connubial
happmees: Indeed, without these, the journey
through life becomee a weary pilgrimage : the
prospect hourly darkens to the view;
[ becomes shadowed with despair and filled with
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of
another becomes blighted.with our.own.
DIREASF4 OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary
[ of pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of
' this painful disease, it too often happens that
an illtimed sense of shame or the dread of dis
covery deters him from applying to those who,-
from education and respectability, can alone
befriend him.. He falls into the hande of iigno
rant and designing pretenders ) who, incapable
of curing, filch his pecuniary subs tance, keep
him trillinz month after month, or as long as
[ the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair
leave him with ruined'health to • sigh over his
galling disappointment, or, by the use of the
I deadly poison, Mercury, hasten the constitu
timid symptoms of this terrible disease, such as
affections of the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, etc.
progressing - With frightful rapidity till death
pits api r o d tolls dreadful sufferings by.send
ing him to that liidiscovered= country from
whence no traveller returns, -
INDORSEMENT OF THE rives:
The many thousands trued at thisinititution
year after year, and -the ntmiewns: important
surgical opertttlonsyerformed by. Dr. Johnson,_
witnessed - by-the reporters of the Sun, aiffer,k
and many other papers, notices of which have
appeared agahrand again beforeAhe publics, Nl
sides his standbagwe a gentleman of character
and responsibility ; is Ilosufficient guarantee to
the afflicted. 4
SKIN DISEASE SPEfffakilAY 017BEV
wryKal - No. 7, „ROWE IREDINUCI t g - Ste
HARRISBURG, PA., TEILIR.§DAS ETENING, JUNE 18, 1863.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
OVER 100 STYLES
POOKET BOOKS, PURSES
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
Drug and Fancy Quads .Btore,
No; 91 Market &rat,
A. FINE LOT OF
BANKERS' CASES AND LARGE WALLETS.
Some Spleodld New. ,Patterns of
The best Morocco
And a general variety of PAM" mops, suit
able for Presents, now on hand at 1 •
yll] Drug &Ore, No. 91 Maiket, Strout
New Goods....lnst Opened !
BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE,
embracing every ne w and improved style of .
- MAGIC 'CURRENCY HOLDERS,
CALF SKIN POOKEILBOOKS,
at prices to suit all circumstanOes
POCKET . CUTLERY,
Consisting of a:fine assortment of Westenhohn's
Superior Pocket Knives.
From Newton's celebrated manufactory. Every
Pen add with a guarantee.
To - Other with every article usually found, in a
first class Book and gtationery establishment;
myl2 61 Market Street.
.RIII3IIC MILLS,- 855
858 and:3sls - Washitigton Street. New
11011 - ttp iu thi foil pound papers, 48 in
box, and in bulk. Our prices range
to 80 dents: WO put up the following kinds:
AVA, MittAOALI3O, ETO ANT/ • VARIOUS
-' „OTHER BRANDS OF SUPERIOR COFFEE.
We believe our Coffee to be better than any ;
ground Coffee now , in;use. prders acktres!
sed to us, or to our agents, 'Messrs. Futon ffs
Youxo, 182 Chambers Street, corner Washing
ton Street, New York City, wills eceive promri
The retail trade suppllekby rust class jobbing
houses in the various cities.
TABER & PLACE.
WM. P. WAR. WWI. PLABH
N. B.—Trade Pripa fat figniatial upon ap
. • •
1 20 000 -11*
.—Ccanposec - 1 o f the
. following brands, NA To.
. NNWBOLD'E, cekbrated.
Now Jrussits, selected.
EVANB AND SWLIT'S, Nvrior.
klionwina's ENOBLINOR, net cn c anvas s ed ;
lion Cm, ccmvaisiert.
IRON CITY, not-camsussed.
• . 11. am Hems, strictly prime.
Coronet . Haiti, vary fine.
Each ham sold will be guaranteed as repre
vented. ' WM. DOCK, Jr.. & CO.
"(17TRIT1NO FLUIDS.—Boss' AmericariWrit-
YV ing' Fluid, a splendid Ink, at., 62 cents
per quart ; ARNOLD'S genuine Writing
HARBISON'S Columbian Writing Fluid,
ISUGHLIN it BiJSEIFIIILD'S Ink, Copying
Ink, Carmine.and Bed Inks of the best quality,
Blue Ink, Muctlage,lko., at • • -
ap6 , , SCHIEFFFift'S BOOKSTORE.
fIOAL • OIL LANTERNS, tbat do not need
V any obimney, and no wind will put ! the
light out. Cell and examine, at
NICHOLS k BOWMAN,
18 con Front and Market Ste.
Of any sirs not in the standard styles will be
made to order.
- CABINET MAKER. WANTED.
ACAI3INFJI MAKER =who. is a very fine,
careful workman, is wanted'for special.
work. Good wages and constant employment
given. Apply at the EAGLE WORSE.
of the best brands, always on hinid andfori► e
by [apl4] wikt. ixxng, JR., & CO.
CKERIKL-"—A large - lot of . Mackerel Mbarrels, halves and quarters, for sale low,
by NICHOLS & BOWIdAII,
w-Y B ' - Cor. Front and Narket"sts.
DIME, AND ITSAJAULTEBATED" SPICES,
I :,front the most r
try, just received and for isle try.
-31 4 ; AVM.: DOOrLt 030.
OtrGALItS for ireeerving, of all kinds; call and
0 examine, at NICHOLS & BOWidAf, •
CHUSH, old,anitnew, Amu - IF4Kis Rairies,
fox sale low 1
pp~ylb• Ajcliii/PS Sti/BOWMAFP.
-oor, Irmik.lo4oo o- 0,000,
The Great 'American Itemiaies,",
KNOWN AS "MiXEBOLIX E'
• GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ :
HELMBOLD EXTRACT " BUCHU,"
" " SARSAPARILLA,
" IMPROVEED ROSE WASH.
FLUID, EXTRACT BUCHU, -
A POSITIVE' AND SPECIOITSEMED't
For Diseases of the .
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
• AND D1101 ) 61,Q4L - SWELLINGS.,
This Medicieelnereasee - the power of Digeti:l
.tion, and excites the.ABSOKBENTS into heal -I
thy action, by which the WATERY dr, CAL
PERMS depositions, and • a II UNNATURAL
ENLARGEMENTS are reduced, as well as - pain
Ind Inflamination and is good for. MEN; WO
MEN or CHILDR EN. • -
11E.41BOLIY A 9 EXTRACT BUGHU
Arising from Excesses, Habits of. , Dissipation,
'.••_ Early Indiscretion or Abuse.
AMENDED wren TQLLOWING, lIIMPTOMS :
Indisposition to •Exer-Dryness of the Skin,
tion, Loss of Power;
iossiof Memsry,-. Difficulty of Breatbinfii
Weak: Nerves,. Trembling,
Horror of Disase,:Wakefulness
Dimness of Vision, Pain in the irck,
Universal_ Lassitude ofFlurhing of the _Body,'
. the MusCular Systeni,Eruptions on the Face,
Het Hands; - Pallid Countenance..
These syroptoins, if allowed to go on, which
thia medicine invariably' removes, soon , folick
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In ono of which the patient may expire. Who
can say, that ther.are not frequently followed
by those •"direful 'disarmer,"
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.
Many, are aware of the'cause of their suffer
ings; but none will Confess. The records' of thi
Insane Asylums and the melancholy deaths .by
Consumption, dear ample witness to the truth
of the assertion. -
THE CONSTITUTION, ONCE AFFECTED
- mr.rt ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ,
Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and
invigorate the system, which Holinbold'e Ex
tract Raclin invariably does. A trial will con
vince the moat skepticaL
OLD OR YOUNG. SINGLE, MARRIED, OR
CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE, ,
In many affections peculiar to female, the
Extract Buchu is Unequalled by any other
remedy, as in Chlorosis or Retention ' irregiv
laritiy, Painfulness, or suppression of the cus
tomary Evacuations, Ulcerated or &hire:rue
state or the Uterut, Lenoorrhea or Whites
-§teriglY...and_for alt complaints incident' to the
sex, whether irislngileithi•r
of - Dissipation iorin the ;
' DECLINE OR CHANGE•OF LI6E.
,NO FAMILY SHOULD . BE WITHOUT 11:
Tadao tialeamssletcluYvtl UnOlailallfidedt•
oin4 for Unpleasant and Dangerocisasesiee.
HEW:3UL WS EXTRACT BUCOU
Cures Secret Diseases in all their stages; at lit- ,
tie expense ; tittle or no:change An diet ; no lin
couvenience and no exposure. It capes fre
quent desire, and give strength to Urinate,
thereby:removing obstructions, preventing rind
curing Strictures of the Urethra, allayieg pain
and ltillernmatiOn, so frequent, in this class of
diseases, and espellitig Poirionous, Diseased, and
Wornout Matter. Thousands upon Outman&
rho- alo been the victims of - lama; ands who
tiave i> paid heavy feria' to be caw( it..short,
time, have found they were deceived, and that
the 11PUISOLI" has by the use of "poweifnl
Astringents," been dried up in the system, to
break'out in an aggravated form, and perhaps
Use:HELM.BOLD't EXTRACT BUQHII : for
all Affettions and.Diseatiee;of the Urinary ;Or
gars, whether existing in Male or Female, from
.whatever cause originating, and no matter of
how long standing. -Diseaties of these Organs ,
require the aid of Diuretic. HELMBOLIYS
EXTRACT BUCHU is the Great Diuretic, and
it is certain to haie the desired tiled In all
Diorama for which it Is reconimended.
, Blood—Blood—Blood. Helthbold'a Highly
Concentrated Compqpnd: ELM]) - .EXTRACT
SAIISAPARILLA SYPHILIS. This is an itifec
don of the Blood, and attacks: the Sexual - Or- '
gawk Linings of the Nose, Ears, Throat - , Wind
pipe, and other Mucus Surfacer, making Its ap
pearance in the form of Ulcers: Heimbold's
Extract Sarsaparilla, purifies the Blood, and
removes all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin, giving
to the Complexion a Clear aid Healthy Odor.
It being prepared _expressly for this class of
complaints, its. Bided-Purifying Properties are
preseriid to a'greater extent than any other •
preparation of Sarsaparilla.
HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASR.
An excellent Ultima for diseases of a Syphi
litic Nature, and as an injection in diseases of
the Urinary, Organs, arising from habits of
dissipation, used in connection with the; Ex.
tracts Buchu and Sarsaparilla, in such , diseases
as recommended.. Evidence of the most re
sponsible anti reliable character will accompany
the medicines. CERTIFICATES OF CUBE EP
from eight to twenty years standiag, kith
names - known to Science
~and Faure. • For
Medical Properties of Rumba, see DlsPimsary of
the United _States. See Professor DEWEE'S
valuable works on the Practice of Physic.: See
remarks made by-the late celebrated Dr. pHY
hiladelphia. See remarks Auttle_by Dr.
I EBlGlabi IIteDOWIgLA ct 3 illatedp " Eck°
land member of the Royal Cortege of urgeoni;
Ireland, and published in the Transactions :Of
the Kings and Queen's Journal. See Medico!
ICirnrecal Review, published by BENJ. TRA
VERS, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeona,
See most Of thdiate standard works on edi ,
eine. Extract of Bnchu $1 00 per bottle, or
six for"s6oo. Extract of Sarsaparilla, $1 00
per bottle, or six for $5 00. Improved! Rose
Wash, ;50 bents per bottle, ot six for $2 60, or
halt a dosengoch for $l2 00,'whieh will be suf
ficient to cure the most obstinate cases, if direc
tions are adhered to. Delivered to , any address,
securely _pitched from otservation: Discribe
symptoms in all commtnicatiOns. Oursegiine.:
altered. Advice giatis.
Persoually appeared before me an Alderman
of the , city , of Philadelphia, H. Hohood,
who, • being duly `kern, doth,,sitY, his pcepaiat
tionscontain no, narcotic, no mercrirY, or othetl
injurious drugs, and are primly vegetable.
, _ HEIMEILD. _
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 28d day
of : November, 185 : 1 - -Wm. P. EIBBABA
Alderman,, Ninth ; street ab. Bacd,:Plffia.
Address letters for informationin.cosiffilance ,
IL T:*. lILJSAH,D, 9k e l: do.
-Depot lcoi llioidAlo E
,th:atreet,,bcdow — ut;
rbuaskiphik . • ,W.411Y
Froni our it9rui ng Edition
We have authentic - informal= tint the
rebels emanated Mai:berating; about two o'-
clock yesterday afternoon, after.plundering the
cltliens and business men of everything they
wanted. . They also Bred the several ware
houses, bat the citizens extioguished the thanes.
it is very doubtful, however, wiaiiiher...they
left our State. A large force of Infantry ar
rived at Hagerstown yesterday afternoon, bat
whether they will move In this direction is bird
to 11141tke- „APtir.OrlyaNiy.ofrebelli was may -
ing, towards Cumberland, and were encountered
by Brig. Gen, some, twelve miles eolith
of that place,'but the result of the encounter
had not been melved.
Troops are arriving in this city With every
rain, and we have now nearly enough to
defeat any force that ,may bp sent. here;
wbh the fortifications now almost compliited.
The glorlorurNerth sent in her full share of
brave soldiers last evening,: The realities of
Union, Elnyder; Lydorialrig and others in the
vicinity poured in some twelve hundred sturdy
SoldiOrs, most 9f whom have
~.aecci. service • be
fore. • Easton, Lebanon- and ,Allentown sent
also several companies who have been in service.
Afier ten o'clock a full regiment: of ,brive
men arrived from the- eountles'of Berlur,-,Mont
gomery and others along, the line of the Leba
non Valley Railroad. The Row York Seventh
Regiment, fully equipped andarmed, wlllar#ve
during the night.
These forces will enter the service in the de
fence of the State, and we 51241, fuel perfeCtil
secure from rebel invasion. *They will proba
be stationed near ClambersbUrg. Thep
gitives from this City may now safely return,
.4144. w,a 49P9 hat.PLOY witiActlivp e pfujejr re
ceptiortarthetr &Miss& We wankl tiaggest
the committee ' on- • - 0 *
Regiment, that they rise the surplus funds. on
hand. Abend of music ought to be employed
io} O'CILOCIC, r. 11. - 1 -The telegraph operator
has Piet arrived at Ohambersburg, and 'after he
gbt machine in order the wires gave out,
after senthag; the, words, °The, town is very
tpdet." , .
The Invasion of Pennulviuli,
Greencastle Not, Burned by the Beb3lt.
Large Fire Maryland
:Con'oslxodenee of gho T0k9 74
.4 1 k
ramesTowN, Adgpits Co., Jane 16
Diar Sw:—Uniess you have , positive aslar
&nee of the detitructiorrof - Greerie:l - tuifik
'the operator at Chambereburg may have been
mistaken ; owing to the fact that a largopor
tion ofzEmmittaborg..waa destroyed last night
by ftrp, including,,two cuurchea t which raged
about l the time the ,sup bruiting of
The &aims accidental, ofigbiatingfiv a liv
We on the line bere haie.nuAntelligenre of
the whereabouts of "the rebels; and - bur news is
all derived from Philadelphia and =Baltimore
Env A. 3a., Jtutel7,—Altoolet yet, and no
further reports from any direction. K.
THE MARYLAND ,REGINENTS.
Singular Escape of the Sixth.
THE PIBTIi BEGIMUT BUILT CDT vr
Incidents of the Escape from Winchester
[From the Baltimore .ebneriegina
imam 01 amag. 3110.0 Y.
Major General ; Milroy reached Baltimore at
1 o'clock this morning, from Ferry,
and returned again at 11 o'clock 'onli special
train; with his staff. He - came dOwn lo have a
personal interview with Major General Schimck4.
and to waive, all .claims of rank interfering
with the command at that:pernt, which will
remain under Brigadier General Tyler. ,He,
however, desired to return toithis man, and
volunteered to :act In any position thlit •he
might be deemed most serviceable.
THE I,VACU2IIQN OY WIIMISTEL.
We had the pleasure of a b4ef conversation
with him, and were r pleased to learn that his
forces have not suffered to so great an extent asp
was suppbsed. At the time he left the Ferry
forty-two members of- Alexander's Maryland
Battery' had -arrived, • and it was bti4ived
fannthionabla number had made the"! immipe In
tlie_direelidii, of Romney mid' Oturtberland,—
Thq melte seemed their funtee, 'awl lave
- Toe rirre riannann.
-The o nly biarytand - regiment that - Buffered
!t imely *at the - OA-Regiment, known :es Col.
&key's. whe.vratiAtilmit in Belthnete.gibe,
ryon tl is legitrient;mot for a timietbOylveri
in a very hot position. The numberidlieposi
PRICE ONE CENT.
I wounded is not known, though but few of them
escaped either casualties or .capture. They
fought bravely, and it is hoped tbat a good
number of them are prisoners of war.
ME MAPS OP THE MOM WISIZIOD.
The 6th Maryland Regiment, which was re
ported to have been cat np and almost de
stroyed, to the aston;stmi.nt of every one, came
marching.inio Harper's Ferry yesterday after
noon,With their flags flying, arms at rest, and
singig "Hail (Mumble,' with the o,olwe
Col. Howe at their heed. It seemed Nreras
they bad risen from the dead, and thefr-riturn
caused great astoniabmetit.
It'appearetbat at the commencement of the
assault on Wiiiithester they were entirely cut
off, and being immitinded by an immense force
surrendered, and were taken back of the works.
In the confutden of the assault being made by
the rebels they, were neither disarmed nor
placed under guard, and Colonel Howe, know
ing the country well, and seeing au opportunity
to escape by a side road, formed his men in
line, and in the darkness of the eveningmovid
quietly off. They were compelled to take a
circuitous roadto reach the Ferry, but went
on their way rejoicing, with neither an enemy
in front nor pursuers in the rear.
ESCAPE OF Tire c&veLeT
The cavalry force of General Milroy consisted
of the Ist New York, 30th Pennsylvania, and
two companies of the 3d Virginia. General
Milroy ordered , them to retreat to Romney and
Cumberland, and he yesterday received a
dispatch announcing their safe arrival at that
TILE EVACUATION OP
.The outer works at Winchester were carried
y the rebels by storm at six o'clock on Sunday
vexing, and the whole fortifications strongly
tweeted by a force of not less than fifteen thou
d men under General 'Ewell. It becomes at
once a question of ultimate surrender, or to
make a bold dash to force their way through
e enemy's lines, and a Council of War held
n Sunday night unanimously adgised an evac
ation. The large guns and his artillery were
spiked at once, and at one o'clock on Mon
day morning he abandoned , everything except
is homes and struck boldly through the ene
my's lines. The movement was so rapid that
he enemy was taken by surprise, and the night
being quite dark, the, movement, so far as the
troops immediately investing the works were
concerned, was accomplished with but little
.They were followed by cavalry and a great
many stragglers taken prisoners, but when four
miles this side of Winchester, at the junction
of the road leading from Berryville to Bunker
Hill and Martinsburg, they were intercepted by
a strong rebel force with artillery, and strongly
posted ut the woods en the road side. General
Milroy rallied his men and made several at
tempts to storm and capture their batteries, but
Daylight was now rapidly _approaching, and
• UAW to cut
their way through the enemy's lima, yrbleb...na
succeisfullysebonipltshed, and being without
artillery they suffered considerably, especially
in-milaners Captured, before the enemy gave
up the pursuit.
About ewelve o'clock on Sunday they reached
Halitostn,, and the enemy baying abandoned
the percept, they, atter 'a short rest, marched
into Harperrii - Ferry du' lag the afternoo
The gallant fellows were.in a sad condition
after so severe a march and fight, but were full
of spirit and gritifilt ion that they had eecaptd
the clutoties of the enemy.
All the stone, ammunition and wagtns at
Whithebter &It into the ban& of the enemy,
together- with all the artillery, not a gun
baying been saved.
AFFAIRS AT SAITER'S rases.
The telegraph is again working to Harper's
Ferry this morning, and, as far as can be ascer
tained, there has been no rebel movements on
the Maryland side or the riser. The telegraph
office ham been moved on to Abe Maryland
Heights,. and there is every reason to believe
-time if the enemy approach In force the town
will be abandoned, and the whole force ratite
across the river to the extensive wihks erected
on that strung position.
The folly okattumpting to stand a siege in
Harper's Ferry Widditnonstrated lastyrar, and
there is no doubt - it will be coon if it lute not
already been evacuated. Every preparation
has been made for such an emergency, and the
enemy , will übtaina but little plunder. The town
is thoroughly commanded from the keights,
and it can be made of bat little or no value to
LOOK Our ;Ow, Picarousals —Yesterday
several visitors in this city were robbed of their
wallets by the light fingered thieves who are
generally to be found where thus is any great
excitement. One man, from the eastern part of
the State had his watet taken, containing pro.
missory note, negotiable for the payment of four
thousand dollars, Writs money and other val
uable papers. Another gentleman fromßucks
county bad one hundred and sixty dollars
taken, and one or two others were robbed of
their pocket books, the respective amounts of
each we did not learn. This is making money
very fast, and we wonder the scamps are not
caught by some of their numerous victims.
SALT, ground, alum, Ashton and dairy, in
large or small quantifies, by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
al - Cor. Front an 1 Market streets.
SIIGABS-;—Wbite and brown, of all grades
and prices. Call and examine, at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
e 8 Cor. Front and Market streets.
F en. —Another huge roc of idaLlierel and
Herring, in an sizes of paelawes, barrels,
halves,' quartere and kite; •for sale 'lnw by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN
Car. Front and Matket Street&
ORANGSS AND LEMONS—Another lot of
Oranges and Lemons just received and for
sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2O Cor. Frost - and Market sheets.
and Peach Blow. A large . supply
of the above in prhne condition, past re
ceived and for sale by
aprlo WM. DOCK. Jr.. &
O,3BIIEVELD FRLtf7B , berresthulty sealed
P,in cans and juts, of all descriptions, and of
the meet delicious character, for sale by
WK. DOCK. Ja. & 00.
oIY GLIM BLACKING, war.
and "' to tain the, po li sh of but
ream, the lea M.
-19 ' n oes:
iiattEES ,STD filleal3B of all jades and
:la at roam:o44o ; prices for. sale by