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80011-BINDERS' 111JUNG-LIIIINES AND PENS,
SAWING ; *ACHIN KS, PRESS BOARDS,
AND 7ILOUININ NON
GRINDING CUM . a-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Kills and`Fodder Cutters,
General Machine Work and. Iron and Brats
WOOD TURNING IN ALL 118 BRANUM,
SCROLL SAWING, PLAYING,
or Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brass
made to order. Gear and Screw Gutting, &o.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUING TOOLS.
air Cosh paid for Old Copper, Bras, Spatter, &o.
STEAM BOILERS; •BtiC.
ABOVE STATE STREET
CELLAR WISbOW GRATES,
Of vicionapatterus, both steitontry and swinging. Snail
Winans and various other building castings, for sale
Very rh , ge at the (mylkly] E WORKS.
NICHOLS Sr; BOWMAN ;
*Hop: 4AT.,E AND .RETAM
G . 'll
Caner Front and Market Streets,
ESPXCTFULLY invite the attention of
the public tothelr ',sue end well selected stock of
OIOCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO
Including among others,
". 11310116, acq., AC.
BACON, - ..
LARD; • •
HUTT EH, Am
We invite an examination of our superior
; NON EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
The bent in the market in every, reepe4,
gather with all kinds of
LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS, WICKS and
- • ousstoxEs, - -
(Wier than any Awe in Baniaburg. We keep
on hand always all kinds of
- OZDAE AND WILLOW WARE
All styles and kinds of •
GUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE,
at the old stand, .NICHOLti A BOWMAN, ,
in '2D Corner Front mayi,get so.
BOOKS FOR FARMERS.,
THE attention of agriculturists is direoted
to the following works, which will enable
Mara to increase. the quantity and value of
their Crops by adding science and the experi
ments of others to their experience :
STEPHEN'S BOOK OF THE FARM, de
tailing all the labors of husbandry and
the best way toperform them. Price....B 60
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Beal
Economy ' 4 00
LANDSCAPE GARDENING, by A11en....1 00
THE EMMEN COMPANION, by Buel
LECTURES . ON PRACTICAL AG/40UL-
TUBE, by Manton: . ' 50
THE AMERICAN uni
versal handbook, with 40(1 engravings.. 2 50
AN EASY METHOD OF MANAGING
REFS, by Weeks, ... 20
PhirNikture and Trewiment of Dis use of
Cattli, by Dadd... - .1. - 1 00.
LEIBIG'S.AGRICGLiTiVAL CHEMISTRY 76
=OH COWS. AND DAIRY FARMING,
and the production - of milk, butter,
cheese, by Flint 1 60
GRASS M AND FORAGE PLANTS,`:by'
SAXTON'S HAND-BOOK; containing the
Horse, the cow, the pig, fowls, &c., ik0..1 00
THE FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Prac
tical Farmer, by Dr. Gardner .1 50
ALLEN'SJXIMESTIC ANIMALS 75
THE FIELD BOOK OF MANURES, or
jiikietican Muck Hook, . 1 25
TIM HORSE AND: Sb4 _ DIS by
:Jennings,:...4 . 100
TOGAIT ON THE HORSE . 1 25
R12710'13 FARRIERY and,ISTUD 800K....1 00
HORSEMANSHIP and the Breaking, and
OxiiiigA, Males . .
Si d .BoPks; Selma Books, ,e 4 ev e ry,
thing la the stationery line, at lowest prices, at
BEEKINER'S CHEW 130131 V SPORE.
LIFE 141 , 13-IT-Priv 1 4 1.0
The Girard lA;hininuiee; Annuity and
Trost Company .01
01110, NO. 408 OE'INSONV7 SIREI
(CHARTER PETWET,UALY: . •
CAPITAL AND d@ptiT9 ............. 111438110
THOMAS RIDO WAY Prelidamt..
10Eif If.' JAMB, ' Actuary, '
Q L INITINU E to aka INSITRANCEL: ON
IVII4 on the most roma able terms. . s
y m m
a as giecuto, Trustees and Guardiam
1‘ Wills. and as Receivers ent Assignee s..
Tbasapiotl being Pohl de tali iirrem., together with
large tind Constantly Were wing reserved fund , earn a
pcsfockeentr t7,to the immured.
The prem i u m zwiy bapidd yearly,haltyeari r or. mar.
qhe company add a BONUS_ periodically to the lase.
Mom Pr.lll. N The FIRST DONN appropriated in he.
emirs_ r 1014 , the agOCIND. BONDS In December, Is 4
theanitta BONUS la December, 1804, and YOUSTII
2011178 in 1859. These additione are made witho u t
mums any increase n.thp redeems to .bepa id to the
CCoo The boD4ing are a few egainphr from the Resister :
AmOW • and
Boni I Bonus' Vl''Omani - toße increased
Pan) • inland addekrs*: by obeli 'additions.
sop $d . . 1260 u . 4 11 , 1•% _ szc i tu
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HAS discovered the most certain, speedy
and elfetemel remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, in from one
to Two Days. •
Weakness of the Back or -Limbs, Strictures, ntleetiom.
of the kidneys and Bladder Involuntary discharges, Im
potency, General llehillty, Nervousness, Dyepepsy, Lan.
guor, Low SPkite, DonitUtiOn of ideas, paipitattenoi the.
Heart Timidity, Tremtilings, Dimness of sight or Giddl•
nese, Di seas. ei Abe Head, throat, Nose or Skin; Affec-
Lions of the Liver,. Lunist,,htomach or Bowels—those tor.
able die orders . arising : from the Salary Habits of youth
-Abase OM* and solitary practcas more lull to their
victims tban the song if :yrent 10 the Mariners of Ulys•
ses, blighting their mat'brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, 80., Impoesible.
'specially, who have become b e victims of Solitary
Vice, that UMW. *and destructive. habit which annual
ly sweeps, to an, untimely grave thousands of Young
Ken of the Mat - exalted talents and hmilisat
wbo . might Otherwise hriVe entranced latticing Senates
with thwthunders of eloquence ormaked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with full confidence,
lidarriedPersomi, or Young Men. contemplating mar
being aware o[ physical Weaknese * orgauic debili
ty, deformities, So., speedil cured. ,
• Ide who planet blmaelf under the care of ' Dr. J. may
religiously confide in hue tonor -as 'a gentleman, and con
ildently rely upon , pis skW as a Physician.
immediately Cured; and full - vigor nattered. :
• This distressing Aftiotion..whicb renders 1 fie misera
ble and marriage impossible—la the penalty petit by the ,
victims of improper indulgencee. Young persons are too
apt to commit excesses Dom not being aware of tat
dreadful conseq. duces that may ensue. New, who that
undenitiumni thesulsect will pretend to deny that she pow
er Of proar.ation is coat sooner vy thole falling into . int.
proper habits than by the prudent Besides being de
prived the pleasures of healthy offithring, the most te
nons and destructive symptoms to both body and mind'
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
tieing' Punctions Weaaened, Loss of Procreative Power,
Neririous Irratibility, Dyspepsia, Pelpitallon of the Heart,
Indigestion, Ounatiuttiod.,l Debility, a Wasting _of the
pram, polies, Cosieumption;:Decay and 'Death,
Office, 1i0.,7 nouth•FrederietBtreet. :,
/Aft liquid side going from Dulthavre Street, a law 'loot.
grem the corner. Fall not to oboe. Hem and number.
' Letters must be paid end 'contain a stamp. The Dar
tor's DiploMas hang in his office.
A Cure Warranted in Two Days.
ZVI) Yeristry or .trasseout Drugs,
Member. piths Royal College in surgeons, London, Grad
uate from cue of the most eminent (Alleges in the panne
Suites, aed the greater part of wham lite has been 'pent
in the hospitals of London;_prAri
. .7, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some er the most iiittonishing oure
that were ever snown • many troubled with ringing i
the head and ears , when asleep, great nervousness, Dein
alarmed at, sudden amide; bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended einnetbnett..ttith derangement of ininit
Take Partieniar *Woe. . • ' , t
Dr. J. addreseee all those who have injured themselves
by Improper Utdulgth.cis and solitary-babas, wtunti nit*
both body and mind, uolltileg, them for , either bunked,
study, society or marriage. -;
- TheK aid stole of the sad and midanchollyetfectii pro!,
&need by early habits of vie:- Wiagness of the
Bata and LIMOS, Palm in thelleadi: Diemen/ ...f digit%
thin of Muscular Power, Pelpitellon of the heart, flit.
popsy, Nervous Irratibilty, Derangement of theDigestlve
Functions, General Debility, Sympto of .Consumpuon,
4,4 , S ymptom. -
MharceutS.—The fearfuleffeets on the .mind are much
to be areaded—iswe of Memory, DOM mion of Ideas , De
pression or 8176141,5 4 / 1 tor bodings, Aversion to home ty ;
Belt' bistrust;Love of bolitude,'TlmiditY; ha., are some td
the;evils. produced. ' : , . :
Titmouse@ of persons of all ages eau now judge what
la the cause of their declining hawk, lostng their vigor
becotning weak, paler nervous and emaciated, having A
singular appearance - about the eyes, cough and symptoms
Of eonanniption. - . .. ~.. . ,
. , - Young lien
' Who have injured themselves by a certain practice Ini
d a wn' in when alone .whabit _frequently -learned . from
e vil companions, or oeschool, the .effecist of which ere;
nightlY s telt; even whenneleep„aiid If not cured renderw
warriage'ilipoiloible . and deetreys both mind and body,l
shoal apply I .
What piety that, ayoung mat, the hope of his coon.:
try, the *wing ot hii Paret3ta, ahoulti bit 'matched irotn ,
all prostients and eitiolinente of life, by the contequence,
of deviating from this path of nature and indulging in . a!
certain secret habit. , Such persons mar, before contem-i
reflect that a sound mind and body-are the moat neon.
sexy requisites to promote eonnubia happiness. Indeed,
without thess,the Journey through Ufa becomes a v iew 'ear
pilgrimage ; thlairespect hourly darkens to the ;
the.mindbersi,mewelmikewed .despair mid filled wit ti
the melanthohy rent coon Oat the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own. •
Disease of Imprudence.
When the !unguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
duds that he has imbibed the seeds Aphis pitfall' dis
ease, it too often hope= that an 111-tffled sense of shame
or dread If discovery, deters him from applying to those
who, from elucation mid respectability, can alone be
friend him, delaying till the constitulimud symptoms on
this born d disease make their appearance, snob as ul
oersted sorethr, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in
the head andlimbs, dimness of sight, desiness, nodes on
the shin bones and arms, blotches on the head, fare and
extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity, till at
last the palate of the mouth or the bones of the nose fall
in, and the victim of this awful disease become a horrid
object of commiseration, till death puts a period to his
dreadful stifierings, by sending him to "that Ur diecov
vered Coutdry from wbenco no travolor:rehnnis."
It I. intinnenolny Inetilhatfino di,Wai fail -*canto to
this terrible disease, owing to the uneadfuliness of igno
rant pretenders, who by the use of that Deadly Poison,
Magary, Vain theoonstitaticst and make the retitle o
adiersbis: • . - •
tangent. . .
Tyco nor. ony lives or nerltb , to tdq We 0( the many
Unkinmeand Worthless Pretenders, 'destitute of know
ledge name or eltaraeles lOW, ?Mt:T. Johnson'sadver
veraements, or style themselves In the newspaYera,
regularly Adunatcal Plkuiciana incapable or Curing, they
keep you trilling month orter wain taking their tiltny
and PoliMenesuolle oemeollud n , or as long as the smallest
the ash be ',nAw, Ju niata —Air, leave you with ruin
ed health to sigh ova .r,.... ..,Ang disappointment.
Dr. Johnsen lathe only. Physician aaverdelog. •
the mellow* or niplonnol sIWAYs bulge to inn °MOO.
lila remedies or treatment are unknown to ell others,
prepared Work a lifenpant in 'the gr hospitals of Eu
rope, the neat in the anntry end .a More estensive
rate Practice than any other ehyelonn the world;
The many tuounmos cured at this damnation yes, if.
arra!, asd the numerous lisp:mesa Surgical. Opera-
Ons perihrmid by*: Johnson, unlimited Sy the re:.
petetels.4 the .13uxt,t , -*Clipper," and Many other pa•
vera,notteower which have appeared agate' and agasn.
paypreitheifi*Ps mat!litnas a getillsman
Oharaaer sad 1
. 5i spicieus.guarrat.lee ,
Skin ilimeam bpi*, thly '.Cared.
person, writ* shoal& be imirtiotilar% hi directing their
kitten ibutimintrUlenoin Sne !f o llowing manner
JOHN M. JOHNSON', X. D.
Of itio -Bantiaoria took 1604 ....Biltaraore,, Md
CAMP WRITING CASES
PAPER, ENVELOP/2, • •
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PENS, AAP ..PiNgLS.
; Just. the thin; to earribo tho Iniuktik .
i dete, ootxMo,nni. For sale
•AsillaNßlt'S CHEAP BOOK STORE.
Rg.INJA at JOHN WIBSW, mica sad Walnut my/
A agr 4,N : p E757: : . ;.1.N: 1 ..„4-Lit,•:Tilli..NHll.;*:. I . ;..il;itit A.A,:jIN.-,-„N.Qi,N,g
IN SIX To 'maxi§ Boum.
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
Indorsement of the Press.
HARRISBURG; - PA.:SATURDAY I AFTERNOON.: 7, 1862
HOWARD & HOPE
SHORT - 4 . : Ka: eROUTg
Goods Ordered ,in tike
the same Night.
Lak it b the Feet
Lam New. York at . , y
Through ExPreeil arriving In Hanisbnig
eta A. IL .
WITHOUT ORANGE' OF OARS.
Order Goode marked
vitya, EXPRESS CO,
Galena .oifigie.:l6 . 2 tiroidway, New York
For further inforutatton enquire of •
Ci!4".- - BlilliGNEß, Agent
tiamassusa, Aug. 1861.-dif -
THE HEW EDITION
HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED,
AN 'ENTIRE new edition•of this mell knowit
Law Btook:bitii jusebeen ironed. It is no*
distinguished by the following superadd
features:: • The laws contained' in • the'
annual Tllgesti . published dude thit dale of SI
eighth edition (1863) have been incorporated in
the oody of , the work. Many thousand new
authorities:have been cited ; the report of th'
revisors of the Penal Code has been embodi ed
Ihnlintes to the various sections q(it, wnd i
thwAppewdbt ,00ntalbe- for the lluir 'Ohm; th
ACte, Congrees for .the. Authentication' of
BeCords,..and the Statute
...tit - Fettiittlent Con
veyances,-with full and • e l aborate " dotes of the
decision 'eiikanatorY of them. The work hat
been prepared by the leariked edAor, Mr;
Baiaaml, and its lteshoeeit lwil - iernianent
Value will be preseiVed
the aneilalgiveix so mach satisfaction. For sale etf: o
_FAMILY F 013,11.1
UNEXCELLED BY ANY IN. THE UNITED
STATES AND SUPERIOR TO ANY
FANCY B 1 `b () Bu
OFF LIKED PENNayLvA.NIA
rz..bs 4.'DA:61 . 4v-
CHOICE" HISSEgia .WHITE WHEAT.
isie- Delivered my pia *in the city, free of their
Tull, Cash Eli . 41.3 . 1047.
iyao. wx‘,Dbas, Jr., &toe,
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A kilitA:L .„very, atipprtor o_, o.
Butogw Eiboage Just rec•ived by
viTEAte closilig ant - a PRICY 511V.E.R10.4.
LOr at /us than coat e
• jy& - WU. DOOM. ;.a CO
IICIPROWN augano 91 0, grwieiclir, Josle
L: tow, by , 1.44:3101.3 koOMMO,
joa6 , • . :Censer-Front and Market attracts..
.. P,ILESERYE- JARS •
JELLY GI LA SAE ..
, • ~ •
- VITtNIVE assortment of Glassware,
jurlltidiiki - jelly glaaatop, PrpsorTe Aphe4,l4leta,
"lull. w 45
e, to:, .04:_ ; jest; tligillo rficelied j o r
'Aide iow•by - - 'IOMR.NEs BOWliir
, 1,7 Qorner 1400 & Idatket street.;
outhA 11 `l' VOKIMiI 11
ciderviaegar,, warran ted ; To;' @alb
lostby tICHO4 a l.+WalO. .
.' ..7 ' " Clereer Fp:slt.all4 *irks,. strgeta.
Utdit Qt nA
.cgaer.ra Conveldinceptges, for ..111aLe Very
I • ; • t * BOWMAN..
je/9 cormor,Frosi and LAO. btreet.
IVHATB ..1311,AND 1 7. - -
VERY superior.. article, (pure,) just
received end for be l ie by ,
0 30 • • WM. DOM; JR., &
. VAN . BALA. .NS
AXTE are offering fin' sPiendid.
IV if "iwat 00.1411* Ballast low priews,i; by Us
and, Np„cso or - • •
ipusani DRUG STORL
91 Market ffireo.
EVPlrteana Sugars white and brown,
juxt received and We by: „
105 par. prole ! audAiwicet 'wrests:
4 e1 49 1 . m. D.E fr o choite and selected Apples b :
sodtputranteed by to to be strktly pure.
DOM 6 00
Superior brandit of extra lawily flour
which we warrant to give inAgtenon, for sale by
NICHOIA a BOWMAN,
aull Corner Front and Market ;street,
'obaree and finii pillverized
sugar, lowed than any other place In town. Call
=ague,'l LiLSk BuW/leN,
15 ,2 6 corner Front. anamarketeutetk.-
C RESERVING jars; fruit -pans- all
ktedrt sa nu low; .
y 29 um
- niirrtont anduarket it set?.
(JILL large supply just
reembedby WM. DOCK, Jl4 £OO.
The Loyal Men of the State Capital
EVERY WARD REPRESENTED.
FpoindLeo *of GO. Curtin, Ex-Clov. Por
ter, Parma Brownlow, and Rev.
Ia response to the proclamation of .Gov. Onr
tin; calling bait* loyal men of the Comanin
wealth to organize and arm for any emergency
which might arise in* the crisis in which We
are involved, the citizens of: Harrisburg main.
their respective . wards;• yesterday afternoon,
and took the initial stepe In the "movement
-•• • •
This first movement was not followed by any
actual organization: fe . ippeated only to . have
the calling of the people together , for the put
plisa - Of testing their tesisparleaving permanent
organization for a future early day. •
It ie expected that the arms will be furnished
to each company to-daY,' and that an immediate
organization be had by, the election of oft-,
cers. After thls has: beenlsecured, the , disci
pline and effeetiveneis of each - company will be
perfected as epeedilY
ThenompaniesOf all tbe irarda marched to
the capitol grounds, *lnfra they aesembled
arcn24(l the stow of the rear of the e capitol,
and'were addressed by'governot' Guilin, Par-.
eon Brownlow,.and other, distinguished speak
Ghiv. Comm addressed ihe' i rissembl6d' Maw,
remarking that hehgtl had, more than - one oc
calm to hest the kilalty mul_patriotism of the
people,of Ilaarkburgi• au& found
them tree' unatterablein UMW devotion to
. C 661404 Dia the non4u6fof the pea
Ple9l illie4State..Cepital,- , to-day, excelled all
"batirtio..ihareheraede_tolol:ausdis..aptiripe" iii , gui i shed
6., tb: n n iumes
PaC 4 ezianlAte. and new
.proved theywere In earnest M
their purpoio-th aldiln.proeedutfng tlds War t 4
AVl,c*, l 4o l `iiiiiiiirmit44o'.sl o .iinitisku.
:ag*flOitileF MiuulL o 4.ost. the plan of thus
assembling the potpie to organise and' drill , ins
Military•cOmpanies,• '-Was demanded • by the
higherit4444tio#,bi p!adl4liiatetir and Mo.
i.The &apt. wig habitat AO
it becomerhaverY man to turn his attention to
the business of war. Every man in the land
has a duty to petforinv Thif duty consisted in
military !maybe, that kertice tiould• only
be rendered after a thorough efficiency hid
been seciiikl. plan proposed was the sur
est in reaching thisknowledge, and he trusted,
therefore, that 'the enthuilasin • displayed • to
day, by the people :of Earrisburg, would not
only be unabated, but increased, until every
man had become a soldier At for active daty.
1 Gov. Curtin's remarks were. listened to with
greikeitisfiiclion, and' after he had concluded,
the venerable and dhitingnished
tiritirqqvd PAC= . then . came forward and spoke
to, the people. .
.11e was glad to see so many of
his old frienda before •hirithe was glad to wit
ness this demonstistion on the part of a people
in whose loyalty he had the most linpllcit con-
Nance..., Gov, Porter.remarked that all politi
cal wrangling should and must give way to the
common tianger and iinperative necessity of de
fending thestiveiU*ehtrand restoring peace to
the country. He had been calleda politician—
s partisan—but iii iAinniciel all party ties and
gave up all i politioaliii titer - pick that he might
the better serve his country in the lime ' et its
.danger, He recognised no distil/16610n but that
.which distinguished, between loyalty and trea
I s o m He . eas pr t hlii country - L.-ready to support
!tiny min who was lighting tri4lts: Alefentd, 'slid
twilling lo applaud any adtithilstration that was
!laboring for its, peacti. - ,.. Cild_ as he was, he
lil'Utild not shrink from the duty of a soldier,
!but would shoulder his musket /Whenever it be
came necessary, to defendlis Pckititry with his
ARP. He could not, -end would not survive
',the Illnionza When that • wee dismembered, he
i desired 'no longer to live:: - The remit' Ini 'of the
6-Governor were tidy' ImPressfie: As he
iltooci - on . the steps, 'sustaining 1 . 0 venerable
form by supporting himildtpri the iron railing,
grey hair streaming : lalibe wind, his eye
lasing with the old aidoicl oratory , his voice,
hough wink Still ringing with the felvid elp•
qiience so peculiar to hireself, he presented a
ploture gladdening to, '
the heart of every man
present. We anticipate a hippy influence from
011 . ) remarfie Of 'lttciv.gprteri end take the lib-
Lbrty Of, thin publicly congratulating him on his
ilb.y ; to,bepr s eeent on the cccasion .and ad
ess his old friends. -.: - • .- , ' '
Parson BROW27IOW was then intiixtuced to the
y. , f- Hi expressed himself . grati fi ed Wiiii
ihtl i stidataoll before him, and:: secegted this
testiniony of a people eisembling in fo rce as
hii eikieniecif the - strength'Ot .:110 loyal men
efl i ennifyiviiPia. . fie - . issied 'the people thit
01 theirptrength_ was necessary to crash the
4, 111 ,°4i. 4 0 Riii!o 4 ifi. ) 4 444: that : gni . ramie
erwdteadfully ikearnest either to succeed in
bdiiiiiiig-up a bogus government; or of- pulling
doWn'ill'thditaten o,f 'Or tinioit tO !.. !t "pinkie
Bite of degradatiOn and ruin. ' He had.---ths
eMdevelo consincebilittbat• it •-wasibelptir.
dose of the rebeliptatend ti*,fttif *Os Oftlat .
iite free sialifiagitialik ialeforiitirelni;ti.
fee the war to the north. The capital of Feina-
sylvania` was al much ' - in danger as the capital
of the Union:'Phjadefpliii and New York
equally thebaced With' 'Washington, a 4 it
was part of the great plan of the rebel letsliws
to invade the mirth., sack ezir towns, ratifige
the country, hold the 'ojnusnercial cities, and
levy tribute tal the people. Now was the
time to prepare tO . meet and frustrate these
designs. Pennsylvania must - put forth all }ter
mighty' energlea. She must arouse herself to
the work of hot only 'assistingto restore the
operations of the government in all thiatathe,
but she must organize an army for defedoe
of her territory from invasion He felt ante,
from what he witnessed silica his arrival in
Harrisburg, that the energy of the People wire
being put forth ; he could not but be' convinctal
that the reality 'of the war was aPpreciaild,
and he was glad thus to behold, In 'the capital
of one of the' mightiest of the loyal states; a
demOnstration which augured so well for the
cause of . the "
Ray. Faixor Mtaonis, of the Locust Street Medi*
odist Church, delivered' one of his peculisr4
eloquent nod fervid extemporaneous speechtis.
It is impossible for Otto sittitekthe iittitirks ilif
this gentleman, as they were of that 'glottlig
description of rhetoric, argumentand Metaphor
which must be fully reported'or - actually lidaid
to be appreciated. He cot/fatted' that' this whit
the second time he' had appeared its a speaker
at' a publie meeting, add stfpposed that - sdihe
would Impugn his motives. Be this sit it might,
he felt it his duty to raise his voice forblebl - J
log country, and did ' not deem it inoompatib a
with his ladling ass Christititi minister to min
gle in any assemblage convened for high na
tional and pattiotie ; purposes. He took the
ground that the !duty before the men of the;
don was not only of a patriotic, but a Chris ,
character. °The suttees of our 'cause involved
the triumph-Of religion 818 Weir VI liberty. .If
we failed to crush the rebellion; if we were 'tilt
successful in •restorhig pater tori:the . country
our personal - interests, our doinestle ' securitY
and our religious prosperity- would ali 'perish
in the same storm - which 'made i Wreck'of ihe
government. Rev.-Moore was' - perhapi moil)
eloquent owthis °dation thin . ire have - eve!.
heardiaim beforeoind4assicaesshilln WW
an impression-iihrielf Will not soon be remo ve
from the miftdsuf his hearers. 1 - I "' '
After a short Street patade,- the divisions of
the different war& tiled off to their respeetivi
headquarters, where they Will meet td-day 'at
&entail& }MIMI We should judgethat at least
a thousand - men appeared in the dreeti froni
thsdifferent wards, and we anticipate that not
lees than twelve hundzwican be tlina organized
into companies berme ntenyidaYi."
BY TERI :! .;
From Our Morning Edition
Rebel Raid' in Maryland.;
GREATLY EXAGGERATED RUMORS ..
Crossing of Cavalry and Artillery a
RUMORED MOVEMENTS TOWARDS BERLIN
Probable Unreliability of the Whole
BeilititOßE, Sept. 6.
..The: American of Ude evening contains the
We learn that there has been great excite?
meat duringlhe past night along the line of
the Potomac, from the MoPocacy Hat.per's
Ferry, in consequence of the most wild and im
probable rumors that prevailed to the effect
that the rebel Gen. Hill with 30,000 troops ; had
crossed Edwaid's Ferry, and were encamped
on the soil of Maryland. '
- Everybody along the line believed the rtt:
mot., but PO one could be found who had moo
tier cross the river, or who had met them
iifteithey had crossed, - These rumors came to.
ttr. /Smith, of the Baldtriore and Ohio Railroad,
by telegraph during ;the night, and fiditi eo
many different sources, , that he was almost in
c i linetl to believe that :Maryland was really in
#aded by an immense rebel force.
Matteis thus continued until four o'clOck
'this ator,ning,,wheia the rumor changed its as-
Pect, and it was again asserted that a small
rebel fordo was actually in Maryland, but in so
small force se tube considered no more than a
rebel raid. • They were 'said to have effected
tear crossing at a ford called Noland's Ferry,
ii few mites above the mouth of the Monocacy,
ebOtit Midnight, fully,ten miles this side of the
'Obit of kkicks, and took up a 'Hoe of march
Westward, crossing the Baltimore and Ohio
ttadroad a distance of ten mites from the ferry
it four o'clock this morning.
The force, according to the announcement,
consisted only of a battalioa of cavalry, about
tour, hundred strong, and a battery of two
braes field pieces. limy are said not to have '
injured the railrood, or interrupted the tele
graph, but proceeded in tiWesterlidirection, as
ff attimpting flank the federal fordo station
ed at raiati.C.4l BOWEL The_road ' they are al
ieged to have taken wouid bring !hem out in
ViCinitY - Of 'Berlin, 'a feW miles above the
koiht of %elm, .wheke; If • die' feme was not
surprised, they would probably have a warm
reception. If this statement is true, their pur
rime in striking so , far alone may probably
have been td deaf oy the bridge over Catoctin
leek, and thus Oct off the force at the Point of
*irks from receiving assistance from the
9 f cw 4 ll at liarPer'4 l gefT , Y.
At ten, o'clock a- telegram from Frederick
tinctlonfannounced that &lug could be heard
!lithe direction which the rebel force - took,
it iris th ought that they had met with
- 00Do dtiop, and that.a.lisbt was -progressing. ..
Tqe fovea 4f LuesPufg, ig -ago sai4p, on the
sailehiithbritY, to tia oncupied try a eoneidere
bibloite,whieh 11 aboitruin Milesinl4dirdni.
t upos i tat *hictt-thir.croosing
have been effected.
Orders were gent up last evening toiler**.
gritaltt Ali. rt.
'keying pipe -area Steam Ptiwer Moro' ,were Par
od z to exteete JOlVaad 4001 S: PitierENG, er nosey
deeoripCon, cheaper than It •an be done at 'arty -otter
eetsbnitunent In the OotibttY.
R ATEki OF ADVERIISING.
40 . Four lines or
gight ling, constitute eneinill square.
or more tban four oiniantailie a square.
Her sEquare, one 01
e ... $0 26
16 we month..
' three MOntni ''''''''
•• • • •• • • •• • • 4 2 a 162
Ili months 8 00
" ' one yt ar 10 00
OnerE:4o4te, One . diLY ........ :'.. 50
one week 2 00
u One month - 000
61 three mouths.— 10 00
" six mush.. 15 00
" one year 20 00
Sr Busineasnoticas inserted in the Least thisann, or
botOrantrfingliplind.:Menifiii, ;Mar 02.14r4 rut LINE
foil eaksh insertion. i,- -, - s ' -I - -
fir' Marriages and.Daaths to be charged as regular
burg to send all the locomotives endears at that
station West, to prepare for any emergency, as
there wall'a.rumor that a party of guerillas were
seen in the vicinity of the 'bridge,three miles
,this side of Martinsburg. Up to Mel' time of
going to press this afternoon , however, the tel-
eiraph is working to all the station.; on the
road, and nOOO-et the bridges have been de
stroyed-as fai as' knoirn.
CHABACTZR 01 THe RI/MOM
We give these minor as they have reached
us, from the most authentic sources attainable,
and must say that we have west doubts as to
there being one particle of truth In them. We
do not believe that any rebel force has crossed
the river, ItIMUNI it. would.be a most despet ate
venture, especially in so !malls ixidy, and that
they could scarcely have pfaCeeded ten miles
without something" positive on the subject
having reached the oity before the Present
Our impreision is that a scooting party of
Federal cavalry has oromed:the tailroaitat the
point indicated, and that they have been mis
taken for rebels:
We learn that Colonel "Sullivan, Commissary
of Subsistence„ yesterday an. order fur
stores tor - the oommand at Harper's Ferry.
Staring of the rumors "of their invasion tie
this morning telegrapbeci•to know if the stores
stfOrild - balorwarded, arid received an affirma
tive atswer. This would. indicate that there
was no fear of an interruption of the travel on
the road entertained at that point.
Ilaif -pug ow a We learn just as we go
to press that a despatCh has been received from
Mr. Diffey, stating that the rebel. cavalry are
possitively in Maryland, and that thefomased
the line of the Baltimore 'and. Obio..Ratiroad
about two miles this side of the Point of .Ikr_ks.
The CM per this afternoon also contains the
following A.xciting. rumors
The city has been much excited by the re
poet that the cars on the Beltimore and Ohio
Railroad were detained this morning in con
sequence of the rebel army having' crossed
over into Maryland last n ght, at or near
Poolesville in large force—Abe report having
Magnified it Into a body' of 40 006 men. Such
a despatch, we learn; Was received by an otfi
tar of the redhead company, :but :it wee un
official. /a subsequent despatch .received by
Mr. Smith, master of transportation, was .re
ceived, as we learn, at noon to-day, stating that
regitnette of rebel cavalry and two - pilecetrof
artillery bad crowed the river at Ni lea's Ferry,
between the Monocaoy and the. Point of Rocks,
no doubt for the purpose of making a foraging
raid. These are the only partimilara . we
believe that have been received hereof . a re
liable character, . • • •
*NOIR= ,scpauwr, „
of About four o'clock thfe morning one regime n t
-ioaiairy, with two batierles of artillery,
(noosed at the Point of Itoclui,land went north
of the Baltimore and. Ohio Railroad, without,
ciwever, interfering with it.
They cut the dam of the Chesapeake and
Ohlo,oigisal, and after that nothing appears to
"be of their' movements. A large force
is drawntipon the Virginia side, in the atd
tudi of crossing, but the forces we have named
are all that Is over.
A general nizeasiiiees is felt along tie' line of
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, but the track
and telegraph Hoe hasasyet not been•intorter
MARKETS BY IfELBGRAPH-
Firmusiwina, Sept. 6.
Thu flour market is quiet, with Well • (Also
bbhi. at Ave dollars for superfine, and $6..:6ff for
extin—reoeipbi light. Rye flour steady 441 slo
(48 824, and corn meal $1 811. There Ad, a
good demand for wheat, with sales of 12;1301/
bus , at 11 27®1 80 for PennsylVania redl rid
$1 8201 84 for Southern.; ~1,090 bus. :new
rye sold at 700. Corn is mime, and yellow is
in demand at 70c. Oats steady; 350,8150. for
new, and 600. for old. Coffee is;:dirti.-:43ales of
Rio, at 220„ andleguayra at. 21028,10.
ions held stillip:-10.000 pork sold
on private terms. Ctoversee4 is:Paling at $6,
and timothy at $1 76. Whisky kik slowly at
. WILLIAM OATFORD. -
M.ERC UANT • TALLort,
85 . MARKET ST„ HARRIt3BIIIIG,
'TS now prepared to furnish Otloet's
A. military ofotnbag, froordo g to ref aladaawat• alert
swine Aweli Moral aseortment of Liothe, 003 IqW,OW
;Irootingo and ready' mane clothing fai eiridan4.
•WE INVITE the : attention of families
:BAKE THEIR OWNBREAD,
*mow ateek of nour. We have Joel matted . •
or the rboicast (Wino Wheat) It Louie Flour that
the Welb-rn Marco adorop.
We rutivateii enr*ry barrel or bag we eel( to ba strict
ly surer or. (jaee] • • • W tt OK, g
BUTT , ER
1 4 A-4 Ic E w P IS-I OE.
WX,. fI.AViNG: fitted up a large Retri g , ...
iv y *raw, and having made contracts with some of
rt '110 : 411 illiattielOrttlOtO to fan di us wiat fresh and
att butter restuartr, via be onabird to eutilly it a
ontiithwith.whiirtesh 100 cold odder at gel tubas.
*y2e wK well, Jr. - 11g CIA
&URA W BERKILSI
Le.NTB set out in favorable. weather ; .
. - tor If mita. t wthn thy.) In August , ateptantbyr .
'gate: er : awl produce& fair orop the n-si'Pikinmer,'
eftea enough to pa for the piano si94 ; p la.t4itgz, bcj4s i
4=04 an ebundant yield the following ktealOa s
'All the. beat vat halos fur gag at the g eokoke i ltur..
sfory, Barrieburit. - , , -atirilli •
CALL and see those nice am! enes i p !:iii:. I,
gar for preserving, din. , id
NICHOLS g BOWILAW, 1; 1, , ,: ,
f . jel2 Corner Flout and Idarnet, nerynt n , i.
EXTENSIVIC assortment of glasswareF,
tumbleckjellyditasses, fruit dish,e4 . , ,111,o.,014.;
ail'kinps,Just rocetvea, atcrfor sale WO -*
NICHOL'S & 40WKANi - :14
Corner Flout =4 Market rip eta. -
i , .... 45111001 . BUlLdsitto., , •.,, ...:
• . • AN11531 readd efficient mut vinnamen t -
armajemmeta for Ake pliogeik,wipAira Dow
lOW to,ioce . drEAlli BOlLide el real laud, prompt
, Cil.riktiteamosable name. -111rtretialtair hen made or 7
Addlev I Broteer, the reputation of mhlch is 'wad to -f l
ea e fa Me e meet.
I imeibet the beej imadeoMlyo....RepairlagrOldi*
i ueiadiii le. eddies: • MAMAS it ~.thi . gt . ..
TAIII Harrleintre I .
In , Vninges and Lemons, odei
BTOEEB OMR= rottyrsiin