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TO ARMS! TO ARMS:!
One Hundred Thousand Men Wanted.
The Governor issued another proclamation
last evening, calling for 'FIFTY THOUSAND
of the freemen of Pennsylvania, to repel the
invasion of our State.
There is no use of disguising the fact, the
enemy has invaded our State ; commenced the
destruction of the railroad from i lligerstown to
Chanibersburg, and we have no doubt, if not
checked will soon lay onr homes desolate ; but
we have an abiding confidence in the loyalty of
the' people of Pennsylvania, they are now
rising in their might, from all parts of the
country we hear the noble response.
We advise every man, woman and child to
keep calm, assist their husbands and, brothers
to prepare for the meeting of the enemy. We
have nothing to fear if our people do their
duty, and we have no doubt of the result•
A reliable man just returned from Frederick
informs us that he was .in Frederick on the
10th of September, Tuesday, and that the re-
bets broke up their encampments at half-past
one o'clock that morning, and marched In the,
direction of Hagerstown; Stonewall Jackson
leading. He saw them marching from their
numerous encampments from 5 a. at. to 9 P,
the time he left Frederick. They were prftwipal
ly infantry and artillery„ the latter munberrink
over three hundred pieces, some of which were
Generals aobert E. lee, Jackson, Cobb and
other generals were present. He saw, as he
snpposed, 5,000 cavalry near New Market,
whh*.had not left camp.
Saw.rainy pieces of cannon marked " 11. S,'•
and also many horses, mules and wagons mark
ed in the same way.
The opinion prevailed among all the soldiers
that they were going to Pennsylvania.
Since the foregoing was received, reliable in
formation has been obtained that Stonewall
Jackson with his advance is now is Hailers
town, preparing to move with the whole army
on Pennsylvania. •
Scouts from &mover, Gettysburg and Taitey.
i town late this evening, confirm the evacuation
of the camps at Frederick by the 'rebels.
: The Governor has promptly advised the
Piesident and Generals in command at Wash
ington of all information - that has reached him
through the numerous channels under his
control. The most active mammas are
being put in force to assemble a
large army to resist invasion, and, if possible-
save our capital and State from devastation
and outrage from the : enemies of the Govern
Bythia evening 60,000 men will ba in motion
All the rolling stook of the - different 'railroads
in the State-will be taken poeseasion of for the
parpos ofciniveying twoiiii to this city.
An Engineer corps Is at work on the other
side of the river; surveying - the giound In all
dirctions, and arranging the plans for the
erection of works,. •
INVASION of MARYLAND.
REBEL MARCH ON HAGERSTOWN.
LAUER FROM FREDERICK.
ADVANCE OP THE MEW. AB=
M'Clellau Among His Troops.
INS NORTHIGIN ININEILLL sanaosx,
We learn that all the bridges on this' road
are now strongly protected, 11,11 d that troops are
being posted • along the roads leading to it.—
pie trains went out as natal this .monifrig.
We learn that a dispatch from Emilie, on
the 'Baltimore sod Ohio Bailroad, reports heavy
cannonading as:having been heard there at an
early hour this morning, apparently in the
neighborhood of Urbana: All was quiet along
the road, and the trains are running as usual
au far as Ellicott's Mills and Sykesville.
/4731/2 PROM PIXDIEBRIC.
We tide mornhig met with alontleman who'
awn within eight of rode**. city yertonlayi
ilzd mistimed; 'by way of Vika) , Bridgei and
Wadminiater. ii. witneand the departure of
J acitionia Division of. may • from
tratiptialcanii its atOvehiontit Monk tho Booej
boro' and Cavetown road towards Hagerstown.
It consisted of cavalry, artillery and infantry
with &munition wagond, and but few other vs-
The line could. be traced across the moun
tains by the dense cloud of dust that arose.**
the distance, the line of march been
taken up about three o'clock in the Molting.
The number in the column was variously esti
mated at itom 15,000 to 40,000. _k portion of
them came directly through . Frederick, and the
bolance laid 'previously beeh camped on the
Emmittsburg road north- of Frederick. The
enemy had not advanced toltrumittsburg, nor
had there been any pickets nearer Westminster
than about five miles beyond Union bridge.
W 6 als6 leant that a proclamation to 'the
people of Maryland had been issued by Gen.
Lee. He profeesess to come to redeem the
"downtrodden people of Maryland" from the
yoke of Uncle Sam, which is grinding them to
Parties who arrived at Union bridge from
Frederick state that a number of young men
of Frederick bad started out to join the rebel
army but that most of them seeing the for
lorn condition of the men came to the conclu
sion that they could not stand such a service
and prudently returned to their homes.
The best order had been kept in Frederick
by the Provost Guard, 'and the stores had been
cleared of all kinds of produce, and wagons and
vehicles had been pressed into the service to
move it off. One merchant had eight thousand
dollars of Confederate scrip in his possession,
which had been given, him for his stock of flout,
at the rate of $l6 per barrel. They paid for
everything they took in this kind of money,
and although some of them had United States
Treasury notes they would not part with theni.
They even refused to receive in change any of
their own money, demanding Maryland notes.
Of course the storekeepers dare not refuse. The
farmers of the surrounding , country had also
suffered similarly in the seizure of their stock,
and the sympathizers of Jeff. Davis have fared
in this respect the same as the Union men.
Frederick county will long remember this
visit of the "redeemers of My Maryland," who
have destroyed their substance like a swarm of
locusts. Washington connty commences Ito
The rebels are said to complain that their
reception in Maryland is note° cordial as they
anticipated, and have :looked vein for the
insurrection they.expected in Baltimore, and a
rally of the faithful to their flag, in 'Western
Maryland. Those who have been sending
prayers to Jeff. Davis to come to their rescue,
have not, they say, rushed forward to welcome
AFFAIRS IN MARYLAND
OUR FORCES AT POOLBSVILLE
The Rebels Throwing all their Available
Forees into Maryland.
Advance of the Federal Forces
Rocs, Sept 10, P. X
Poolesville, about ten miles from here is the
farthest point up the river we now occupy, but
as to 'the movements generally it would now
be improper to Speak. No, word recently been
received of Col. Miles who has been occupying
Harpers Ferry. The impression is, that he has
left that point by this time, as it would be im
possible for him to hold that position while
the enemy occupy Frederick, and may march
upon Harper's Ferry, which is anticipated.
No one seems to have any definite knowledge
of the numerical force of the enemy now in
There is now no doubt that the enemy are
throwing all their available force into Mary
land. Two deserters from the . Twenty-fourth
North Carolina regiment arrived here today.
Thcy state that two , of their brigades marched
directly from Richmond-to. Frederick. The
supply trains of the rebels continue to cross
into Maryland, but none are known to return.
Our troops advanced this morning.
FROM FORTRESS MONROE
Rebel Attack on Washington,.=N• C.
ARRIVAL 01 CHABLIS HENRI /OMB
They &are Driven off with Heavy Lose.
A BRILLIANT VICTORY.
The Gunboat Picket Blown Up.
FoA a Mottos, Sept. 10
The U. S. steamer Guide, Captain Vaill, ar
kived at this place at noon to-day from New
ham, N. C., and from her officers we have
obtained the following details
The guide arrived at Beaufort on the 3rd
Inst., with stores and troops.
Among her passengers was Charles Henry
Foster who was most enthusiastically received
by the union citizens.
Mr. Foster is aheady announced for re-elec
tion to Congress from this district.
ne rebel force of cavalry and infantry, some
1,800 strong, surprised the town of Washing-
A:in, N. C., at daybreak on the morning of the
•th instant, but were reptilsed after a desperate
fight of two hours, and pursued seven miles
from the town. The Ist Regiment North Car
oline. Union Volunteers fought with great
rourage. Colonel Potter had a horse shot • un
der bun: The gunboat Louisiana, Captan Ben-
Shaw, rendered effective service in shelling the
%bele out, •of a strong- position they had
- During the engagement the small gunboat
Pieg e kitotabi Nichols, blew up
. her maga:
isinefteksg accidentally fired. Captain Nick
ibtand nineteen of his. men were- billed and
as wounded. • , .
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one year - 20 00
Mr Business notices Inserted in the Local Cohens, or
before Meninges and Deaths, HIGHT OR IN PER LINE
for each insertion.
Mig- Marriages and Deaths to be
_charged as regular
sing. Thirty rebels were killed and a large
number wounded. We took thirty:4x Own
ers. Our force engaged was only Ito handfed
strong. It was certainly a brilliant victory.
Companies B and D of the 24th Massachusetts
were in the action, but none were killed though
several were wounded. Gen. Foster and staff
went to Washington, North Carolina, on Sun
day. Col. Stevenson will have command at
Newborn during his absence.
The 3d New York Regiment arrived hers last
evening, and proceeded to Hampton.
Captain J. F. Wells, of Boston ' with twenty
divers and three bundled laborers and four
whale ships, arrived here yesterday for the pur
pose of raising the sunken vessels at Hampton,
Newport News, Gosport, and Jairma river. The
terms of the .tontract :rennin* the raising of
the Cumberland entire, but Capt. Wells intends
also to raise the hull of thellfferrimac entire, if
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK
GOLD PENS !
as b;l t ali: en la o rgest e imrtment of Gold Pens
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE.
These Pens are manufactured by C. F. Newinn
& Co., of New York, and warranted to Airs
full satisfaction. A trial will satisfy any one.
Examine the prices below :
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 26.
Gal. Pen and Silver Holder for $1 . 50.;
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 76.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 26.
. Gold Pen and Silver. Holder for $2 60.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 75.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $8 26.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $8 76.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $4 26.
Gold Pen and Pencil, with Rubber Holder $6 00.
Gold Pen and Pencil with Rubber Holder, $7 00.
FOR THE SOLDIERS.
A NOTHER new assortment, just opened
23. at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOIEbTORS, oontliding of
Expressly manufactured for the soldiers.
POCKET, INK STANDS'
. WRITING MATERIAL/I
OF EVERY VARIETYi
Marine, Fire and Inland Tmaspertalini
Central. Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of CU
INSURING COWIN OF , NORTH' 1110110
OF PHILADELPHIA::: .• •
Incorporated 1784—Charter perpetual.
Capital and Assets • .-1942002,400
• DIRECTORS. • • ;1 •
Arthur G Codln, Samuel W. Jones, John ..L:Phiwn,
Samuel F. Eolith, Charles Taylor, Ambrose WI ^.
John R. ser, Richard D. Wood, William Welsh, nit=
E. Bowen, Jamul N. Voltam, B. Norris Walt, .Joha'
Mason, George L. Harrison, Francis R. Ono, Edward H.
Trotter, Edward 8; Clarke. • ' '
_ A R THUR G. COFFIN, PrerMfog
CHARLES PLATT, Escredury.
*seamiest agent for :the above name company. the
undersigned' la prepared to take Sire rim; m any part
Of the State of Pennsylvania, either annually or perpet
ually on this most favorable terms. - •.. `i
Moe Third street between 'Walnut and Eirawhoill
alley, Burke's row. • .
jel.e-d ly _ Harrisburg, Si.
WE INVITE the attention of familiaa;
BASE THEIR OWN HHEAD,
to tar stock. of Flour. We have Not received - •
of the Matelot ( nits Wheat) Bt. Louie Rau Abu
the Western market affords.
We guarantee every barrel or bag we sell lob e atrlet
ly superior. fjeWk] Wll. DOM, JE., gr. 00.
WE, HAYING fitted up a large Retrig-
T WatOr; and Wising nude cauttacto with some of
Qui mist reliable %mint to - furnish With numb sad
we butter regalurP; win be enabled to ottppb. 'our
ustoitierit with sweet fresh ice c4id batter at &It nous,
mr29 wm. DooK, Jr. & CO:
HARRIS MANSION FOR SAS.
TIZIS handsome property recently;
.JL pied by the PENNSYLVANIA IlUilrALld C 34,ser.
is offered for sale. ilk wall Baited either lor WIMP
Residence or a Boarding Eck *, being . aupplie4
water, bath room's, heater, reOge, eta. - gies .
contasen:tainable Yrtut Trees and derabbery. Umiak,"
will be Bald low sad ppeseeelon given within reememblo -
time. For terms, 10., apply to.
S. S. E. WAUGH, ,oe
• Da. WK. li. EGLI
EXECEItOT3 of Estate of Rey. B. IL Wank dsoLl.
04-deodtt . - .
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