Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, September 13, 1862, Image 1
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EAGLE WORKS, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, KANUFACTIIRER 07 110011-BINDERS' Kuun-itaislls IND PENS, STANDING PRESSES, SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS, AND MACBII FOR GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNP7ID3. Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters, SCHOOL FURNITURE,. General Machine Work and Iron and Bran CASTINGS, WOOD TURNING IN ALL Ira BRANCHES, SCROLL SAWING, PLAYING, NW., NYC., W Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Braea made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &c. HICKOK'S PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS. aa- doh paid for Old Copper, Bra-s, Spelter, STEAM BOILERS, &O. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, ABOVE STATE STREET. CELLAR WINDOW GRATES, of various patterns, both sul..too.ry and swinging. Bash Wai.hts and various oth r building outings, for sale vary ch. an at the [in)24.ly) K Gle. WORKB. INSURANCE. brine, Fire and Inland Transportation, Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH LIHRIC OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual. Capital and Assets $1,200.000 DIRECTOIIB. Arthur 0 Coffin, Samuel. W. Jonas, John A.:Drown, Samuel v. Smith, Coarleff Taylor, ambroe White, John R. Neff, Rienard D. Wool, With= Welsh, Wildman Bowen, James N. Votteou, S words Wain, John lessen, George L. Harrbon, Frame R. 03pe, Ed ward H. Trotter, Edward S. Clarke. eßrsuß 0. COFFIN, President . CHARLES PLATT, Secretary. As central agent for tn. aoove name • company, the underelgued la prepared to take Fire ricks in any part Of the State of Pennsylvania, either annually or perpet- Ually, on the most favorable terms. Moe Third street between Walnut and Strawberry alley, Burke's row. WILLIAM BUEHLER, elOdly Bat rts D 12/ g, pa. BOOKS FOR FARMERS. /FEE attention of agriculturists is directed to the following works, which will enable theta 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 TILE FARM, de tailing all the labors of husbandry and the beet way toped •rm them. Price... .8 60 COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real Economy 4 00 LANDSCAPE GARDENING, by A11en....1 00 THE FARMER'S COMPANION, by Buel.. 76 LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRICUL- TUBE, by Johnston 50 THE AMERICAN FARMER'S new and uni versal handbook, with 400 engravings.. 2 50 AN EASY METHOD OF MANAGING BESS, by Weeks 20 Are Nature and Treatment of Diseases of Cattle, by Dadd 1 00 LEIBIG'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY 76 MILCH COWS AND DAIRY FARMING, and the production of milk, butter, cheese, by Flint 1 60 GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS, by Lynch 1 60 BAXTON'S HAND-BOOK, containing the Horse, the cow, the pig, fowls, Ste., etc..l 00 THE FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Prac tical Farmer, by Dr. Gardner ...1 60 ALLEN'S DOMINTIO ANIMALS 75 THE FIELD BOOK OF MANURES, or American Muck Book 1 2EI THE ROME AND HIS DISEASES, by Jennings 1 00 101JA IT ON THE HORSE 1 25 RIND'S FARRIERY and STUD 800K....1 00 HORSEMANSHIP and the Breaking and Training of Horses 76 Standard Books, School Books, and every thing in the stationery tine, at lowest prices, at I3ERDNER'S CHEAP BOOS" STORE. LIFF INSUBANOE, The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and Trust Company of Philadelphia. 0111 CA NO. 4uB CILESTNUI BURET. (CHARTER PERPETUAL.) cULPIZAL AND ASS/LTA 51,449,890 THOMAS RIDGWAY, Prestdont. MEIN Y. JAMES, /Actuary, COATINU E to woke INSURANCE ON Licit. , on the most mum: able terms, I:iity set as executors, 'trustees end Guardian under LA Wile:. and as ea.:elver. a rd A,steeees. The capital b , -ing paid up ant invested, together with a Mrai and combat* incre sing reserved fund, oilers a period recur ty to th thawed. Th e premiums may be paid yearly, ball yearly or guar. lady. Gamow add a DOWN periodically tO the • hum rabies to , 1 te. the rIAr•T a 0 .4 Lie a ,propr *tad in De- OVlnber, 1544, the iiisiOUND 0 NUA lo D,vember, 184 9, the Tni D d NLS to December, 1864, and the POORTG 100ethe in lab. These modal nears made without re . smAr.i.g nay !careens: n Axe premiums to be pa id to the u° D , Panv. To. sollowing are a few example; from the Register : Amouut or Policy 1111 d Bum Bonus orl bonus tobelnorossod LoEured add Soo by it.turo .dditions. No 8,1 I $2400 6 887 6. 63,887 8U I , 182 I woo 1,435 u 0 I 4,060 00 4 , 100 1 1. 1000 40U 00 I 1,400 00 3 833 608) 1,876 00 I 8,876 00 APIA at oxylsburg sad via ally, Will. tAll BUEHLER,. •'aaly HARRIS MANSION FOR SALE. T" handsome property recently °con pled by the Ps 412 , Y0AN1. t llksittaLs ,LLsoal. le aler.d for eel.. IS la Well baited *Auer f..r a pa nt , Beildehoo or a B ante( :oh Ku, butng supphod grim, gee , Water, bath rooms, heater, range, eta. The ground. oontehaya.usble Fru t Trees and shrubbery. The place Will be sold low and pose. Won given within reatoneble Owe. For terms, 80., apply t MRS. B. S. WAUGH, or BA WM. IL 891-111 Rumors of &tale of Rev. B. B. Waugh, derid. "rah, CLASS FRUIT JARS!! SELF SEALIN'G. BEST AND CHEAPEST I CALL AND EXAM/NW- OtkOCI Ptititoit VOL XVIIII. iftetv , . DR. JOHNSON 33.4%.1iTratECONL3E1 LOCK HOSPITAL! fl r AS discovered the most certain, speedy AL and effacing remedy in the world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE MGM IN KIX TO TWJILVII HOURS. No Mercury or Noxious Drags. A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, In from one to Two Days. Weakness of the Back or. Limbs, Strictures, Alrbstions of the hidneys and Bladder, Involuntary dtscharges, Im potency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyepepsy, Lan guor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the, Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddi. nese, Di cease 01 the Head, Throat, Bose or Skin, Allem-. dons of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—thOse ter rible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth —those saossr and solitary praet*cas more fatal to their victims than the song of ,yrens to the Mariners of Ulys ses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or antiolpatiorst, rendering marriage, &0., impossible. Young Men fispecially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annual ly sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young nen of the most exalmd talents. and: botelle,t, who might otherwise have entranced Hatching Senates with the Lhunders of eloquence or waked to ecstasy ihe &lug lyre, may call with full confidence. marriage. Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating mar riage, being a ware or physical weakness organic debiii ty, deformities, no., speedil cured. Re who places himself under the care el Dr..l. may religiously confide in hie honor as a gentleman, and coo adently rely upon hhi skill as a Physician. Organic Weakness immediately Cured, and ttill vigor Restored This distressing Affection—Which render. 1 tie misera ble and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the victims of improper indulgences. Young persons are too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful oonseq‘encee that may ensue. New, who that understands the subject will pretend to deny that the pow er of procreation is teat sooner by those falling into im proper habits than by the prudent Besides being de prived the pleasures of healthy oglipring, the most se rious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power, Nerrious Irratibillty, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, indigestion, Constitution.. 1 Debility, a Wasting of the Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death. Office, No. 7 South Frederick Street. Len hand s i de going from Baltimore street, a few door. irem the corner. Fail not to observe name and number. Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doc• toes Diplomas hang in his aloe. A Cure Warranted in Two Days. No Mercury or A:meow Drugs, Dr: Johnson, Member of the Royal College at surgeons, London, Grad uate from One of the most, eminent Oollegee m tits - United States, and the greater part of whose lite has been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, PluladelPhia and else where, has effected some of the most astoniablng auras that were ever known • many troubled win ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind were cured immediately. Take Particular Notice. Dr. J. addresses all those Who have figured themselves by improper indulge lie and solitary habits, which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for either business, study, society or marriage. These are some of We sad and melanchoily effects pro duced by early habits of youth, via: Weakness of the Bank and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation Of the heart, Dye. popsy, Nervous Irratilbity, Derangement of the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption, maeraur.—The fearful effects on the mind are much to be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Contusion of ideas D epression of Spirits, hvil Port/octal/a, Avers on to Sale ty mitt Distrust, Love of solitude, Timidity, &0., are some, of the evils produced. Twosome of parsons of all ages can now judge what is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singular appearance about WI eyes, cough and symptoms of rionsumption. Young Mon Who have injured themselkot by a certain medico In dulged In when alone, a haoit frequently learned from evil companions, oral school, the effects of which are nightly felt, even when asleep, and it not cured renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body, should apply Immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of les coun- try, the darling of ha parents, should be snatched trom all prospects and enjoyments of Mb, by the consequence of deviating from the path of mature and Indulging In a certain secret habit. Such'persons Mllnr, beers content plating mindreflect that a sound mind and body are the moat 1100013- sary requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed, without those, the journey tbrougn life becomes a weary pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view ; the m i n d become. shadowed with despair and ailed w,tb the melancholly reit. titian that the happiness of another become. blighted with our own. Disease of Imprudence. When the moluidesi and Imprudent votary of pleasure finds that he has imbibed the seeds of tbis painful dis ease, it too often hapens that an ill-timed sense of shame or dread of discovery, deters him from applying to those who, from elks:melon and respectability, can alone be• friend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms on this borr d disease make their appearance, such ea al oersted sore throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the beat and limbs, dimness of sight, destines, nodes on the shin bones and arms, blotches on the bead , face and extremities, progressing with nrightfal 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 pats a period to his dreadfu 1 sufferings, by sending bun to " that Ordbmov vered Country from whence no traveler returns," It is a aselaacheily fast that thousands WI victims to thi s terrible disease, owing to the unakilfullnese of Ina rant pretenders, who by the nee of that _Deadly reties, Stamm ruin theconstitution and make the residue o We miserable. Strangers. Trust not your lives, or teams, to the care of the maw Unlearned and Worthless Pretenders, destitute of know ledge, name or character, who copy Dr. Johnson's adver vertleements, Or style themselves In the newspapers, regularly Educated Physicians incapable or Curing, they keep you trifling month after mouth Wang their dithy and potsonoustssa compounds, or as long le the smallest fee tan be obtained, and in despair, leave you with rain ed health to sigh over your galling disappointment. Dr. JoMason is the only Physician adverthiing. lila credential or diplomas always bangs in his Mdse. Hie remedies or treatment are unknown to all others, Prepared Irom a life spent in the gr sat hospitals of du; rope, the first in the coantry and f more. extensive Pri vate Practice than any other Physician In the world. Indorsement of the Prem.. The many thousands cured at thm Institution year af ter year, and the numerous Important Surgical Opera tions performed by Dr. Johnson, witnesseed by -the re porters of the "fihm," "0 lipperi" and .many other pa pers, notices of which hare appeared - again and. male oefore the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of character and responsibility, is a liattlatent guarrantee tette afflicted. Skin Diseases speedily Cured. Persons writlag etentld be punctual In directing their lettere to ha Inetautien, in the following manner . JOHN X. JOHNSON, X. D. Of the Baltimore Leek Hospital, Baltimore, lid WILLIAM - "naltroßD. MERCHANT TAILOR, 85 MARKET ST., HARBRMSIMG, Ts now prepared to furnish officer's Military aTothiug t scoordlog to reittlatioot at short .to*. Aix() a general anortmeut *f Cloth* Gallci*Pre°, Vestinge and teeny made elotning ter cilrussaL anktlln hosseou.South7 street . 14000dduadi Set win of WC& 'SABAN MIII4III, Cir. 94 and MO It, septa 'lt "INDEPENDEN.T IN ALL Till NRAUTRA L. IN NONE HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 13. 1862. HOWARD & HOPE MORT & QUICK ROUTE NEW YORK. Goods Ordered in the Morning Returned the same Night. Leave New York at .74 P. E., by the Fast Through Express Train, arriving in Harrisburg at 8 A. H. WITHOUT ORANGE OF OM. Order Goods marked via HOPE EXPRESS 00., General Office, 182 Broadway, New York. For further Information enquire ; of • G 49. BIiWANICIL Agent . Hemussuao, Aug. 1881.4tf THE NEW EDITION PURDO N'S DIGEST HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED, PRICY, 55 00. A N ENTIRE new edition of this well known PL. Law Book has just been issued. It is now distinguished by the following superadded features The laws contained in the various annual Digests published einee the date of the eighth edition (1858) have been incorporated in the body of the work, Many thousand new authorities have been cited; the report of the revisors of the Penal Code has been embodied in the notes to the various sections of it, and theappentus -contact felt - the Stet Valk. Acts of Congress fur the Atutisoliumititel of Records, and the Statute of Fraudulent Con veyancea, with full and elaborate notes of the decisions aulanatory of them. The work has been prepared by the learned editor, Mr. Balsams and its freshness and permanent value wil l be preserved by the continuation of tbe annual Digests, which have given so much satisfaction. For Bale at j e,28 BERGNER'S BOOKSTORE. CHARTER OAK FAMILY. FLOUR. UNEXCELLED BY ANY IN THE UNITED STATES AND SUPERIOR TO ANY FANOY BRANDS OFFERED IN PENNSYLVANIA II IS _NADI? 01 CHOICE MISSOUaI WRITE WSW. W Delivered Any, plaxt la .the city, .free taw) TERMS, Cash on deliiiory. iY BO WY. DOOR, Jr., & Co. BOLOGNA, A • 13MALL, but very superior lot of Bologna 811.118110 just received, by tay29 WA. DOCK, Jr. & Co• CLARET WIND I I I vvE are closing out a VERY SUPERIOR LOr silent/ma cost . IYS • • WM. DOOR, Jr ot 00 1)11tROWN sugars of ait - grades, for Bale Ajp low, by NICHOLe nAMAM, je46 Corner Front arta Market etreeta. PRESERVE JARS AND JELLY GLASSES, gXTENSIVE assortment of Glassware, ' including Jelly glasses, Preserve Dishes, Goblets, ' unub ere, &0., &o. or styles dust receive d and for Sale low by MODULI & BuWMAN, Corner Front & Merest Streeis CIDER II 1 VLNEGAII, 111 PURE cider vinegar, warranted for sale low by NiCHOL3 & StrWOLiN, 1,25 Career Front and Market streets. _I3 . I3RIOATING Oil for all .loads of ma alnery, fn oonvonlont packages, lor Pao very low by NI SULK BOWMAN, jel9 Cornor Front end Merbet street. WHITE B.I4A.NDY FOBPRESIVIIVINGPUBPOES. VERY "superior article, (pure,) just roodved and for ease by Wkl. DOC& JR.. & CO. VANILLA BEANS. lare offering for sale a splendid v y quality or VanUM. Bran at low prices, by the pond, ounce or Gully. ME.IIIIR'S DRUG • 91 Market street. NEW Orleans sugars white and brown, Jual, received and for bale* by MuLIOLS & BOWMAN, jylo Car.Froa sad Market ',rests. Aft ADE Irmo choice and selected Apples, and guaranteed by us to beatztotly pure. e WK. DOOK Jtr GO Superior brands of vim* *wily ;our S whieb we warrant to give 114411get141U, We ssle by NICHOLS a BOWMAN, stall Corner Brent and Market etre* ttIIBRa, coarse and fine pulverized sugar lower than any other lwlane la sown._ Cali ezniallio ) 14.;ffuLS Bulli r k.s!, 1310 Corner Front ana 11a4totptevelli• RESERVING joroi frxiit Gam of all Valls, Ibr mak low, ,by . cw ag pi te t a im iakel rtot losil i4eilk MUM. largo aupplj `w t 04X111, Is. LW. iscellantons FREIGHT REDUCED 1 EXPRESS CO.'S TO AND FROM eqd t, 4 NEW 21Zivertisemtuts. The Cheapest and. Healthiest. 'leverage in tee. RYE MILLS PREPARED 11.1 r NI ~70FF3E7 L. 8. H 0 Y T , Exclusive Wholesale Agent, Depot, 194 Water Street, New York, (Adjoining United Stated Hotel.) None genuine u ni ews s i gno i N. DAVIS & CO Entered &wording to the Act of Ocinarele. in th • Yee* 1882. In Ciao, Me of the District Court fbr tha south ern Dli44ot of New York. Tbh CuswEEl has been. rstaAled extenalvely for mcmthe in this oily, with a ear inorradog demand A Vial Of it well satisfy he most incredulous that it is A wh , lesome, palatalise and cheap substitute for any coffee heretofore Cared in tbli market. Plot up in ace pound pip .heatly labelled, and parked to boxes soots ning Aye dozen or 00 lbs, mon, (w It keep well in any alinala,) and sold at a price to make 11 worthy lb* attention of all who buy or use Coffee. A liberal discount wilt bs made to dealers. TRY 1T: AN ENTIRE NEW STOOK OF GOLD PENS ! fPHE bad and largest assortment of Gold Pena I kumi just been opened al BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE. These Pens are manufactured by O. F. Newton Co., of New York, and waavanted to give full satisfaction. Atrial will satisfy any one Examine the prlow below Gold Pen and;Silverlder for 21 26. Patilibit far-SP-110. Gold Pen and Silver Holder for it 76 Geld Pen and Silver Holder for $2 26 Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 ISO gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 76 Gold Pen and Silver Holder f0r.!,.58 26. Gad Pen and !Ever Holder for. $8 7 6 . Gold Pea and . Slyer Holder for $4 25 Gold Pen and resell; with Rubber Holder $5 00 Gold Pen and Pencil - with `Ribber Holder, $7 00 PHOTOGRAPRIC ALBUMS, JustreoeivOd, atBERGRER'S BOOKSTORE, a fall supply of • PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, Embracing all the new Nylon, and Sinn. ALBUMS FOR 12 BUM/GRAPHS. ALBUMS FOR 20 PHOTOGRAPHS ALBUMS FOR 24 PHOTOGRAPHS ALBUMS FOR 80 PHO'rOGRAPIN ALBUMS FOR 40 PHOTOGRAPHS., AISPIAS FOR EP PHOTOGRAPHS. Prices from Sereatp4lve Cents To Twenty-five Dollars. BOUND IN mom, WITH CLASP. BOUND IN mum MOROCCO, WITH CLASP. BOUND IN TITHILKY.MOBOOCO , WITH TWO CLASPS BOUND 11 'T MAW( MOROM), WITE PANELLED BOUND , IN VELVET, WITH CLASPS-V/ BY BOUND IN MOROCCO, Pi'ITH HEAVY MOIMINUS AND CLASPS. PICTURES FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS. PORTRAITS OF DIfiTINGUISITED MEN. PORTRAITS OF DECNINGUIRSED WOMEN. COPIES OF RABE. ENGBAVUIQS. COPIES OF OHOIOR PAINTINGS. Any Oak de Pis* published in the country will be furnished to order. PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, Of any the not ht the standard styles will be made to order. BERG:X.I'OV - • Chompßookstore • "REBEL BUTTER MARK:E T P RICE. WE, HAVING fitted up a large-Bair*. v v tektmeactektegendaeoatromemtta vmeos oar am% zawildiraiimsiobPtpthwirlti west bailee gabled 10 eaM l 4/ Omr MOM= with *WIOI bash los GM batter at oh QOM. 11‘72. MID DOM Jr• a OD. Cly gtlegrapt. FOR THE DEFENCE CUMBERLAND VALLEY. GRAND MOVEMENT OF TROOPS• CAVALRY, INFANTRY AND ARTILLERY The movements which have been going on in the various camps in this, city and other pot , then of the state have resulted in the organiza tion of a splendid force of cavalry, infantry and artillery, all of which will leave this city to-day. The force is considered amply sufficient to protect the Cumberland Valley, and check any attempt on the part of the rebels to advance on the capital of the state; should such a haz ardous venture be made by our foes. This force will be augmented as it marches into the valley, by strong re-inforoements from localities through which it will pass, while from the camps in this city a continual contri bution of troops will be forwarded to swell its numbers, as new levies are made. A strong reserve will be maintained in Camp Curtin, ready to march at a moments notice. While the railroad communication will be main- Maned secure and open, as the Government may deem judicious for the success and safety of the troops. This force-will be under the control of Col. Charles Campbell, acting Brigadier. Capt. G. D. Hand, acting Adjutant General. Capt. Eldrige M'Oonkey, acting Assistant Adjutant General. Major B. H. M'Coy, Chief Quartermaster. Brig. Gen. Campbell wait* have moved last evening with a New York Regiment, a regi ment from Ede, and the Dauphin county com pankis, constituting almost another regiment. iept9•Bleod Information which was received last evening indicates that. the rebel troops in Maryland are retreating scrum the Potomac. it is known in Atrial circles here that Jackson entered Wil liamsport, Md., on Murexlay, at 11 o'clock, a. At, and immediately ankeiel the Potomac with /4000 men inialti.pleows of artillery. lT4lie of Jacksoo is believed to be agahuit lienentle Attlee and White in the vicinity ; 0 / Harper'; Nag -but •We - have _every reason !to believe that his deeigns have been unlike ted by our Generals in Virginia and Maryland, land that the enemy will not eecape with impu nity. It is now clearly ascertained that Loa rebels, nave crossed the line, and the soli of Peunsyl vsatials therefore •as yet unpolluted with the footsteps of armed trettors. Over 200 companies have reported theta selves to the Governor for service, and are on Abair way hither, or, having arrived, are on Ihe march towards Chamberehurg and other :points along the Cumberland Valley. tiov. Curtin, aocompanied by a few . friends, ;left on a special gain at five o'clock last even ing to visit our forces in the ileld at Chambers ':burg and -other points in the valley, so as to as Certain by personal obsetvation the exact state 'of affairs on the border. He is doing all that could possibly -be done not only to secure the Otate trom invasion,:but also to protect the ci piens along the border from raid, by the rebel weary. lie expected - to return to Harrisburg met night. • The afternoon train from Chambereburg war crowded with crtizeidi of Chembereburg and vi cinity. Mostly, however, witn residents of the country between that-point and Hageriitown. laigeproportlun of them-were colored people, both- slave and free, showing no disposition to tali into the hands of the rebels. There had been considerede excitement at Oba where on% but the appearance of our troops there, was having an excellent - effect in restoring confidence. As a general thing, every man who could carry a musket was entering the ranks, and the few farmers who had "con. tetientions scruples" against bearing arms were levied upon for _homes for • the use of such of Captain Palmer's cavalry battalion as had not been previously supplied. We were enur ed by gentlemen who bad been In a poei fllOti to ascertain the fact, that the rebels at. Hagerstown Were mainly compoaed of cavalry, neither infantry nor artillery having made , their appearance there. FROM FORTRESS MONROE, ATTACK U THEB REBELS OH WILLINIBURG. THE ENEMY ARE DRIVEN OFF WITH HEAVY LOW Formosa limos, Sept. 11. A force of rebel cavalry, with three pieces of artillery, :under Col Shingles, made an attack on Williamsburg on Toeslay , niondi , g,abont 8. echick. Having captured our pickets they . *niched into - the 'town, - taking oar' troops by OirPriatt. An engagement ensued, which lasted about thirty minutes. Oar force consisted of . the, Pennsylvania Fifth, Cavalry, Col. Camp bell; wito was taken prisoner, together with Ave captains, four lieutenants and 'a few pri vate... The rebel commander, Col. - Mingles, With eight 01 - 1 4 akercood nine men, was. Wed.' Their logs was mord - severe than ours, and ww remained in poseseelon of the place.-- Ire look• number of pdsoiero. NO. 14. OF THE o....va.li410•••••••• THE SITUATION. gittam Urintiit,g flffits. Hearths proctored Steam 8 008 Praxes wears *VW ta execute JOR end K PAINT.NG °Verney dificriPlket, cheaper "lint -It <ea be dens at ity other eetabliehment in the country, ft ti Ea OF et DvBRITSING. i ll liar r lines or iesa constitute entAtalf more. tight li ore than four coastateta a square. Half e d 9 SO IS . ... , 1 25 .. MObth . . ...... .. , „....... 2 SO 4, ee months .... 4 00 u Mx months .. 1 00 OM y,ar . IA 00 Onlquare, one day. one vo .... -- ek Ol If one month 6 00 , g three moatbi.... ............. ..I0 Oil Lg ail months._ . 16 00 one year 20 00 Sir Goalneqa notices inserted In the Laval Colwan qs. +e'er. Marriages and Deaths, BIGHT GIN LI PER LINE for each insertion. eir Marriages suld Deaths to be obargetea regular tdvertisements. BY MEI h' From Gen. I'Clellan's kmy The Rebels Driven from Sugar Loaf Mountain. An Important Military Post Secured. .r.......41•=••••• THE REBEL RETREAT CUT M. Wawa: wive, Sept. /2. The Slio , of this evening says that at an early hour yesterday morning a portion of a disblOa of U. S. troops drove the rebels out of Sugar Loaf mountain in Frederick county, Md., a point of much military importance, commanding the view of a large Scapa or country in all diiec dons. Some resistance was mace by the rebel* posted there, which was overcome in a few mo menta, with a loss of not more than a dung killed and wounded on our side. We do not know the rebel Ices in the affair. It was ascertained here last night, that in the course of yesterday, the rebols Were in force at BAmaboro', fourteen miles went of Frederick. Forty-one prisoners reached here Let sight from the Upper Potomac. The Invasion of Maryland. Rebel Cavalry Raid upon Watid:l;ft THEY DISCURGE THEIR PIECES ON U. SUED CITIZENS. 1 ecapatioa of New Market by the Federal, At quarter past seven o'clock on Thurtidsg night the beau , iful town of Westminster, kid., was taken posseasiun of by five hundred rebel cavalry. The enemy cause dasuiug into the town at a rapid rate, and humediatety proceeded to place pickets around the place to prevent the citizens irom leaving. A gawk/non named Grottiers in endeavoring to make his amp% was fired :Ton and kilted. The rebels seised the pastoilice, and the depot, mcertainiug that Uwe was a locomotive and two putiftuser and tow height cans a snort distance from the town:— The rebels dispatched a force and brought tam into the depot. •Upon being established in the town, the re bels proceeded fo' lay hands upon ail the boots, dtloo4 and clothing that they could hail in tbe dimes, for which they wetland in payment confederate money; secession sprives.lawerti ulfortd in COGUMOI2 with ciao Union reehteatl, the rebels stating that they have bees diaeiv• ed relative to. the secession feehng •is tale acute.. A resident of Westminster, named Herman, peoprtetor of a large country store, managed to escape from the town, and proceeded duwri the railroad for EleTtltili Waal. When he met the train trout Baltimore to Westinihster, he halted the engineer by the aid of a lautein, and intormed the conductor of the appearance of the rousts. The train was turned back and the passaniors brought to this city. • • • Wueu our informant quitted Westminster, the greatest excitement prevailed among the inhabitants; residents pueseesing money and 'valuables Were secreting them so that the re beta could not find the treabures. The rebels are represented es being miserably clad, a huge number of them being without shoes. Their horses, however, are spoken - Of as being excellent animals, no doubt havicg been stolen by the rebels since their auveut upon our sod, to use the tricpiestion of our in. torment, the rebels were extremely dirty and lousy. They boasted that ere meny days bass and eters will be proudly Boating in Baltimore. Westminster is distant twenty-eight miles from Baltimore, and is situated at the tea auxins Of the Western Maryland Badhoed, and subsea mike nom Hanover, Pa. ' -•Whether the lebtl force still remain at Wed- Waster, or it was entirely a rad plunder, wed* not know. The movement of toe rignc flank of Gen. bilcOlellan'e army, uoder General Burn side, completely Alnking Westiniueter, ma" however, coon compel ite evacuation. FROM CINCINNATI. Rcbel Army within Bin !gilts of the City. BUELL ALSO MOVING. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN THE CITY. CINCLINATI, Sept. 11 There has been skirmishing between our pickets and the enemy's this afternoon. Two men were wounded and several killed of the enemy. John A. Coleman, a wealthy Chita of Cincinnati, was taken prisoner by the rebels. They are at Latonia Springs, six miles out, Heavy rains have vtopptd the skirmishing. The city is greatly excited. Gen. Bragg is coming up from Sparta, Ten. noose, by Lexington, Kentucky, with linty thousand men. Gen. Buell is coming from Nashville, by Louis ville, with fortraYe thousand troops. There seems to be a race between tbem, Cbt-- °Woad being the prise. -If Bragg gate tere Snit We will have hot work. A divisicni.of the enemy 34 reported moving towards the they, below here. Governor Todd sends word from Columbus, Ohio, that all is excitement in Wit. ay. During the storm this afternoon save* river steamers broke loose and . threatened - So carry away the pontoon bridge.' They 'Wail' filially secured without doing damage... , Ww aro momentarily expecting a battle. Louhretbe teported safe , by persons from. here. , (nutrient exists here on account of 'the rebels tieing in Maryland threatening Peinniylisiigs.L- Ten thousand' voluuteere, with- %ulnal. gum Canoe in from. the country to-day. . nom )IEW,,YORIL New Yurk , &Pt 19. ojuiseiales of the' &route iiitioleitte *ere ordered out Witt full eiteiteriente a' au* ciav'eratione. They are probably going to Pia& de4ble. BALTIOBS, &ps. 12.