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AND MACHINES YOU
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
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Wei x his as et: various other Wilding castings, for sale
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Marine Fire. and Inland Transportation,
Central Agency at Harrisburg,.Pa., of the
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NOalli AMEBIC .
Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual.
Capital and Assets $1,2001000
• DIRECTORS. •
Arthur 0 Coffin, Simnel iV, Jonev, John A. ,Brown,
&salmi P, Smitn, Cuartes Taylor, Ambrosio White,
John ti. Neil, Richard D. Wool, William Welsh, William:
R. Bewen, James N. Dickson, S. amnia Waln, Jot=
mason, George L. Harrison, Frsue.s R. Hip°, Ed ward H,
Trotter, Edward S. Ularke.
ARTHUR G. COFrI, President.
DELO-GAB PLATT . , Seeretary,
As &karat ageut for tus sedve uame • company, the
under:Ageed is prepared to take Fire risks in any part
of i tie mute or Pennsylvania, either annually or perpet
ou the most favorab le terms.
Game Third street between Walnut and Strawberry
alley, So re's row.
010 d ly Harnsourg, Pa.
BOOKS FOR FARMERS,
rHE attention of agriculturiets is directed
to the following works, which will enable
them to increase the quantity and value of
their ,creps by adding science and the experi
mente of others to their experience , :
STEPHEN'S BOOK' OF THE 'FARM, de
tailing ail the labors of husband", and
the best way to perfarm them. Price. .3 60
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real
LANDSCAPE GARDENING, by A11en....1 00
THE FARMER'S COMPANION, by Bust.. 76
LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRICUL
TURE, by Johnston. : 50
THE AMMAN FARMER'S new and lid
venial handbook, with 400 engravings.. 2 60
AN EASY METHOD OF MANAGING
BEES, by Weeks 20
.rhe Nature and Treatment of ,Diseases of
Cattle, by Dadd 1 00
LEIBIG'S AGRIOOLTUEALCHEMISTBY 76
ZILCH COWS. AND DAIRY FARMING,
and the production of milk, butter,
cheese, by Flint 160
GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS, by
SAXTON'S HAND-BOOK, containing the
Horse, the cow, the pig, fowls, Sta., ke..l 00
THE FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Frac
rloal Farmer, by Dr. Gardner 1 50
ALLEN'S DOMESTIC ANIMALS 76
THE FIELD BOOK OF MANURES, or
American Muck Book 1 26
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES, by
Jennings 1 00
YOUATT ON 'THE HORSE 1 26
HIND'S FARRIERY and FEUD 800K...'.1 00
HORSEMANSHIP and the Breaking and
'training of Horses 76
Standard Books, School Books, and every
thing In the stationery line at lowest prices, at
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- HAPPINESS OR MISERY ?
THAT IS THE QUE . ST.I.OI4.
rvEtE, .Proprietors of the ITA*BIAN
OaRINST vs WONDERS, ANATOME-lind 'MUM
OWE" have determined re -ardless of expense, to fume
frae,.(for the benelit.of ealfering„ humanity) POUR of
their most instructive and interesting Lectures on Mar
riage and no Disgualtaciatiods, Nortiosa Debility, Prema
tnre Decline of !manhood, Indigestion, Weakness or De
prossion, Loss of euersz and ifitat Ferrara, the farad So-
Mal Evils, and those iialtles which result from Youth
ful roilleVEXCuilles of Maturity, or Ignorance of physi
ology and Nature's 'law, These, Invaluable Lectures
have been the means of enlightning and saving thou
sands, and will be forwarded free on the receipt of four
stamps, by addressing SECREPARY Palmas Canner or
A l umna aro Micoloixa, 683 Broadway, New York.
jel9-uly. . •
AVING made efficient and permament
arrampunente few the purpose, we are now pre
ps- ep to mate S MAN BOILEKS of every kind, prompt.
13 , and at, reasonable rates. We shall use iron made by
Bailey & Brother, the reputation of which is second to
note in the market.
None but the best bends employed. Repairing prompt.
iyidtended to. Addict RAOUL 1f OR
my22,ly Harrisburg. Pa.
- UXTEXSIVE assortment Of' 01 . 01atvate:i
Au windbag Jelly glasses, Preserve Diebek btOleiei
Tumtreni, dc., of all styles, Suet received and for
sale icor by ructiols & Bowsiabt, •
Corner Front & Market streets
HARRIS MANSION FOR SALE.
rpHlSAandsome property recently 000 n•
pied by the PENNSYLVANIA MULE CoLLEGR
fs ollered Is well suited either for a titivate
Residence or a Boarding School, being supplied With go,
Water, bath rooms, heater, range, eto. The grounds
contain valnable Triirt Treiw and Shrubbery. The place
will be eold Joy and posseaskrn given Within reasonable
time. For t e rm,, Ace., apply to.
MRS. S. S. WAUGN, or
DR. WM. R. BELE
• Rieetnors of Betate of Rev. B. R. Waugh, dee'd.
CLASS FRUIT . JARS 11
SELF SEALING.. -
BEST AND CHEAPEST L
CALL AND ZXADIrIiE;
wx, nooa Jskai'-
• if- -
\ N3 h r t
• . - ')7 o,lft/ . ,!, • • •
1.1 ' • •
f • • . . f
at • -
gieb . rg
HA S discovered the most certain, speedy
and effetoual remedy la the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
ILIUM IN TWENVB BOMB.
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, in from one
to Tiro Daya.
Weakness of the Back or,Lhnbs, Siricturee, ®ions
of the kidneys and Bladder ,Involuntary discharges, Im
potency, General Debility, Nersouanem, Dyspepey, Lan
guor, Low Spirits, Omfasion of Ideas, Palpitation of the
Heart, Timidity, Trembling', IDlmness of Right or Giddi
ness, D 1 same of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, Affec
tions of theilltres, Lp, Stomakh or Bowels...thus ter
rible disksi•diali~trod the Sblitary Habit/ of youth
those flossy apd aqttit7 praotloakmore fitil to their
vlbilnis than tHe unirot tyfbrilio Marioete of Ulys
see, blighting their moat. tir#l . ant , hopes or anticipations,
lispeCially, who bnio'Xouv betoicme the 'victim of Solitary
Vice; that dreadful and destructive habit which annual•
ly sweeps twin untimely grave thousands of Young
Men of the most exalted talents and . . brilliant Intellect,
whit might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplathig mar
riage, being aware of physkal weakness, organic debili
ty, deformities, &c., speedily cured.
Re who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and 00n
fklently rely upon biz still as a Physician.
mmediately Cured, and full vigor Restored
This distressing Affection—which renders I lie 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 constspencea that may ensue. New, who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the pow
er of procreation is lost sooner by those falling into im
proper habits than by tine prudent Besides being de
prived the pleasures of healthy offspring, 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,
Nervious Irratibility, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the H ea rt,
Indigestion, Constitution...l Debility, a Wasting of the
Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
Mee t No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few door.
tram the corner. Fail not to observe Demo and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doc.
tor's Diplomas hang in his office.
A Cure Waxrexted in Two Days.
No Mercury or MUNN:OW Drags,
hien/Ler of the Royal College of Burgeons, London, Grad
uate from one of the most eminent ()alleges ut the United
States, sad the, greater pert of whose lite has bean spent
In the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else -
where, has effected some of the mast astonishing sores
that were ever known • many troubled with ringing in
the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, - being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
Take Particular Notice
Mr. J. addresses all those who have injured themselves
by improper indulge.. co and solitary babas, whinh ruin
both body and mind, unfitting them for either business
study, society or marriage.
Thum are some of the sad and melanchelly sabots pro.
duosd by early habits of youth, via: Weaknees of tue
Back and Limbs, Paine hi the Heed. Dimness of Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitatiod of the heart, Dye
popsy Nervo u s Derangement of the Digestive
Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Comitimption,
Mitarawl.—The fearful effects on the mind are inuob
W' be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas •• I.le
prestion of Spirits, Evil Forbodnigs, Avers'en to PoketYi
Self Distrust, Love of tiolitude, & 0., are some of
the eine produced.
Tnothatinis of persons of all ages can now Adige what
is the cause of thear declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pals, nervous and emaciated, having a
singular appearance about the eyes, wash - and symptoms
of eonsumption. . • • . . •
• Young Ken -
Mid have iiUUred themsehai bj certain practice In
dolged In when alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, er at Whoa, the sheets of :Which' are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if stet'curiscl renders
marriage hanosidlde, - find dititroys both - mind and . body .
should apply jonselhael . y.
Whit ailLy that a piing Man, the'lhope of his coun
try, the dor* of his parents, shouicrbit taittchid from
Prue penki and eVernenin of Bib, by the conaetueno
of deviating from the path of nature and toddler* •
certain' secret habit. Such persons 111794 before contem
reflect that a sound milif=mdWsze the most noes-
eery requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed,
w ithout these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to ths view
the mind becomes shadowed with despair and Shad with
the melancholly reflection that the happiness of stunner
becomes blighted - with our owtr,
Bikini) of Imprudence.
When the inisionded and Imprudenli votary of pleasure
finds that he bat imbibed the meads of this - painful dis•
cane, It too oftehhapens that an tit-tinted ISOM of shame
or dotad of discovery, detroMi Obi from applying to Wpm
who, from eitottion and respectability, can alene. It+
friemi him, delay - lug till the wooMmittonal sYmptoms on
Ws burr d MMus make thele.appeartiono, such as ul
canted sore throat, diseiled nom. nocturnX) . palee in
Cho jpote autt.lbMs, diguleei of sitht;,deeMotis, Mee/lon
tbeahin,honmond vino, blotches on the had, face, em
extremities, progressing with fright % rapidity, mu at
last the palate of the mouth or the bones of.the mite fill
in, and the victim of ibis awful disease bectime a horrid
object or commisetritlan, till death 4atO o period to his
dreadful antrerirdp, by sending him to "that Ur discov
verod Country from whence ao traveler returns." •
It la a whine/ugly fact that thousands fall victims to
this Mcrible diastase, owing to the unskilfaliness of Om
mint pretandies,z who by tbe One Of that Deadly POI/001,
Mercury, rola theconstitutkin and make the reshltus o
Tres not your live lstranii
s, or beads, t w o
the cars of tha.many
Unlearned and Worthless Pretendensofystitute of . know.
sedge, name or chewier, who. copy Dr, 's elmace sever-,
ve rsiessenta, or eye t hemselves is the lieWSPIIPells
regslati4liducited - Physiclani inhapibles of Curing, they
tilling Month after meek taking' their:' they
• 110Walt$11 compounds, or as long as the smallest
'be obtainid,luid debar, leave you with ren
irkealitfle sigh over your galling disappointment. •
Dr.'Jotiosson is the only Physician advertising.
His oredeneal or diplonsis always binge In hos ease.
His =needles or treatment are unknown to all Caere,.
Prepared from a life spent In the gr eat hospitals nt . fin
rope, the tint in the country and es more extensive Pri
vate Practice than; iny , eker Maiden in the World. ,
Indorsissegtqf the Preis.
The many thousands =edit this institution ,year at-
Aewyer, and the numerous Important -durghsal- Dpers
tons performed by Dr. Johnson, asteaseed by the ro•
porters of the "Bun," uClitter,"lllll many 'other pa
pews, notices of which have appeared again and again
. publio, besides his standing as a gentlemen ,of
'Ghazal:44 and responsibility,' is a anig n ient guarrantee
skin- Vilikums speedily Cured.
Persons writing sbeald be pnrneuler In dlrectin g their
litters to. his Institution, in the %liming meaner :
JOSH- 714 JOHNSON, M. D.
85 =BIM ST., BABRISBIJBG,
I S now prepared: to furnish officer's
tlifulag, according to resatatioas at abort
Vol l .tivfaldag ne
dytr ia " Qt
dotbi .g elttertra"
CLARET WINE J! ! - -
)5r 4 00 0 0 1 411 out`a VERY 4IIPERIoR
W 14.4114 1 ". wz Don, ir.:*
"I N D i E P.E..N : I) V1,KT. : , 4 4 . 4,,, 1 114:- : ,.1'..)if:1NT.,*' , 5': ,, -N: A' UTR.A.L SIN . NUNE."
HARRISBURG, PA_. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 18, 1862
HOWARD & ROPE
MORT i_OR-'... 'MUTE
Goods' Ordered in the
the same night.
Leave New York at 7} P. M., by the Fast
Through Express Train, arriving in 11arrisburg
at 8 A. At.
WITHOUT CHANG OF ' OARS.
Order Goode marked . -
via HOPE EXPRESS 00.,
• General Office, I:62.Broadway, New York
For , further informaidowerordre of •
GEO. BEEGNER, Agent
Baurusairao, Aug. 1861.-dtf
coA m rai
W.NOLEISAI4E AND RETAIL.
triviNGleividthz - foot . of
Al North streets Weir occupied by 0. D. Eqater,,
Ism enabled to supply the public with* - -
OF THE DIFFERENT'
VARIETY. AND 1311.103 OF
..F 1:14 L . NV E UCH .
Orders Irespeotfully solicited—which, if -left at the
(Coe, toot of North street, or at the 418941 of Wet.
Dock Jr. 4 Co., will receive prompt attention.
The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of . Philadelphia.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS • ' SI,ASS,SENI
'THOMAS RIDGWAY, President.
JOHN Y. JAMES, Actuary,
C MDT C" , PE
to make 110IIRANOE ON
They aet a 9 Executor., Trustee. and Guardians under
last Wills. and as Receivers:sad. allignees.
The capital being paid up and invested, together with
a large and constantly incresaing reserved fund, offers a
perfect security to the insured.
The premiums May be paid yearly, halt yearly or guar.
The company add a BONUS periodleally to the Insu
rances for WO. The FIRST BONUS appropriated in De+
cemberlB4ll, the SECOND BONUS in December t,
the T th D BONUS in December, 1884 , and the NOURTEL
BONUS In 1869. These additions are made without re
-4;l'lo4aq Increase n the premiums to be pa id to the
Compsny. . .
The following are a rew examples from the Register :
Amount of Policy and
Stunl Bonus or I bonus to be increased
Polley. I lammed ad& ton by lutitre additions.
No. 89 usoo $.687.60 $8,887 N. '
.., 132 8000
. 1,060 (0 4,060 00 i ,
" 199 ' ' 1913) 600 OW : ' 2,400 00
.. 338 , 6009 I,1116:13) 6,676 00 .
vas WEST CHESTER ACADEMY
1. AND MILITAY INSITITITE, AT WEST .
CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA, will commence
She winter term of five calendar months on the IA of
hiovembernext. The connwotindrustion is thorough
and extemireolminatikaildientOlied to prepare bill
luid.7 4 Wlnf *AA fOr WOO. • The PanoiPal ,
who dimmed him time to the interests of hie school
tad its pegs, Is nelitated by eight of ablbtf
And experience. The Oman, French and Spas4sei
lauyntges are taught by native resident teachers, a ,
imvantage which will be readily- appreciated -by -the
patrons of the inetltution.
The Military Department la under the champ of ilalor .
G. Eckendorif, of Philadelphia, whose qualincatkona for
the position We eitelielveAr _known. Its duties and
requirements do not, in any way in'erfere with the
literary departments, while eurobteKartiong 044
carpi is fereeptiocili.' " • •
For estolongekc„ !maple ;
repilwecaftm WM. P. Wrgill3, A, M., Principal.
fLOWSBURG GOAL OIL DEPOT.,
VOR the safety of onnsumere, we have.
totehltelnxta 0 0k1Of1Appot et sm:oorner of Frost
erti Market streets. all our oils are tatted and we pad
tively.aellnene except , iteett se warm he neekozplostve,
clear and free frem alor as far as practliable. We offer
at present the lellowiNglpelly Oeleltrated brands. Mad
, Roklnson, Nabroua and Lunar, lower than can be
t uraßel 414"Whate tb* P l ank : eet h et erbelosale or
eiaii an este/Wye assortuuud of Laullid, ehica •
&eye, Shades, Glen Cones, -Harness; Ire. We •wlll also
elnunge th aid or complicate- lamps, so as to he used ler
&at col Call and pie ! yourselves at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
april comp 4.'lFront and. Market street.
A LL kinds of Second Hand-Olottittg,
bootsandsloss, totinkt sat Cold at 'the 'OW"
store, Second Street cent to Mao Capital. Bank.- PIS::
sry fiddle and spurs fin an Moor for sale. No. ad Bac
end Ekon. W. BARR, Auctioneer.
, _ .
riRIISELED, weave and fine pulverized
,lowst4 u,113r Ober plugsstn Scrim . fall
jact esainUne;IGIWIS 6 sowitax
1.6 • _-.
Corner groat sp and Multeistrestri.
tiORICSERNING .jaro; fruit cans of 'sit
L kb*, low Neu low, by
NICHO/ l _ s BOWMAN,
Omar host Waal" si.esti..
o : tiperior—brandse
wig& we warnat 10 girt —ef— extnr-tate firth ..ftreWen. for zais 9
num" a DMUS:
I n u , Aminrlfiroot and Whet saa.th"
FREIGHT REDUCED ;1
TO AND FROM
c • 1
OFIICI NO. 408 OBEST'NL7 MEET.
APPOINTAINNTB OF ASBL B TANT ABBBB-
SOBS. —The undersigned Assessor of taxes,
under the act approved jai/ 1, 1862, entitled.
"An act to provide Internal revenue to support
the (kiNieriallient, and' to pay interest - on - the
,publietiebt,' toe the fourteenth collection dia.
tract; has appointed the following as his amis.
tante, viz : .
No,l and / Dauphin county—Benjamin F.
Sen*, MiddletOwn P. O. •
No. 8. :Ntorthumberland county—Jacob Seas
bolts, Sunbury. F. 0.
No. 4. Thomas 8. Mackey, Milton P. O.
No. b. Snyder oounty—John Eiger, Se
linsgrove P. O.' , •
NO. 6. Union county—Charles Schietner,
hillitinburg P. Q;
No. 7. Juniata, county—E. C. Stewart, Mit'
din P. 0.
MIDDLItOWN, Sept. 11. 1882.. •
tionbary Gazette, Mitilinburg thaws, Mins-,
grove Post and Juniata &Wiwi, Miglintown
'publish three times and send bill to Dew
!Kama, Middletown, Dauphin: county, Pa.
GAIETY RUBIO HALL.
Walnut Street between 2d and 8d•
IMIENREc. SUCCESS 1
First week of the Beautiful
MISS ELIZA FLORENCE,
In connection with the
GREAT GAIETY TROUPE,
MISS KATE FRANCIS,
MISS LIZZIE FRANCIS
MISS MOLLT FIELDING,
MISS SATE AROBER,i
~.:)MISS JULIA EDWAIIIIS; i. :
Dick Berthelon, J. H. Hollis, D. H. Hyde,
Bob Edwards and Weber's Beautiful Orchestra .
, • ildrahlion 26 =cants • '
PURIFY T4E BLOOD.
IVOT a Teiv' -of the wori-1. *orders that
IA afflict maniddit arise '46124 Corruption that ac
cumulates in the blood. Of all the discoveries that
have been made to purge it out, none have been found
which Couldeqral in elect studs CcettioUSD &Tee= or
Sassakiiirtia. It desires and renoVateetlie blood; in
stals the vigor of health into the system and purges out
.the humor which make .disease. It stimulates to.
healthy iunctions Of the body' and tipels ' the disorders'
that grow etd rantle in the blood. i.e ettritardlnary
virtues are not yet widely known, but when they are it
'will no longer he a question what remedy to employ in
rthe great variety of afflicting diseases that require an
&Iterative rern.dy. Such a remedy, that could be relied
;on, hes long been sought Sir, and now, for the Hest time,
have.enei on which they an depend. Our
apace boredom; not admit oertineates to show Its diets.
silt the trial of% mingle hint le , wi/l to the mist
'that It has vistas" surpa ssin g snythzu they have mot
Mken. - &Weems Menu .I§Mdfnla, screfolona
,and dorm; tryiand ewe the rapidity with which It
'sires. dies Diseases, .Ptmplar, /wages, Moichai,
Eruptions tic., are soon clesnedout of the system.
St. Anthotsesjiin, Erysipelat, leer er Atilt
.Rheum,, Eoold Head, Itingtoores, arc., should not be
, borne *bile they can be E 0 vesdily cured by snarls
Nyphillas or Venereal Disowns is expelled from the
system by the prolonged USN of this SABBAPABILLA, and
;the patient to left as Maltby as If be had /sever bad the
i ' , mak Diseasa envenomed' by scrofula in' the blood,.
;'and are generally soon cured by tide Exvesor or Deese
lecanue, Moe Slyer bottle, or 6 bottler for $5.
For all the purposes of a hmi/y phyalo, take 41'11101
O•inento Pup, which are everywhere known to be
the best pfirgetive that le Wined . to Abe ' American Peo
ple Price 'A bents per Box, or 6boxes for $l.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AY= 00., Lowell, Mass. and
so d by Druggists m 1710401-
Sold by O. A. Bei:mart; Gross& 00., O. K. &el
ilerd. M. put; Dr. Mien F. liryeth and design! fuer .
IV LI 11. E, •
IF 1r4703V - A. T
4 1 1tWtdX. ittoTA . ? AP:Pt.
111 4 1 1 /ELOPREI,-
0 4 , 8E 8 1
' • *Kris Abu) ROLDB2IB
_ . •
Of 'ataxy ilesaigtiwn and you will find
the largest awartment at
• t' BUSSES lislaTlElNg
BOARDING 'AND. DAY SOHOOL I
- .12T0 kiladdrihia l
TA be reopened - '
; Kona", 0.17,1:10/1TIL
corirse of Wady embraces • the
Lti:Laat; French md, Amami.
. t hapoigesi Mole,
/trol'AM end Pliollo6, Solgy i nk ciellloollllll7
and nignot tnanobEn of Alocation.
; The o:datoonitalitima Oa Unit . chsraeser g
tataicieMbi tokOsinelo Ow polite tho,iknfort Cl'
140 paeans or, Ike Unme t a deduct
10 pqrootatx9llie made!!; 001000117Wi •
Wiad. A. PAIRICHILL
. .P fL.I3. - NI 13 E - 1Z •
i ti t
&pig, Mt *Or ou 7•414.4 /Waif
bußiflotortes, km; suet ai tr i t o dlika
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A Savoie Battle - Night Yesterday'
Geo. Longidrees Wounded and a Prisoner.
A. ViciOry. Achieved.
MURAL HOOKER WOUNDED SLIGHTLY.
A severobattle was fought in Maryland to-day.
Our• right wing rested on the Sharpsburg pike,
two miles this side of Sharpsburg, an] our left
this side of Antitum creek near Portenstown.--
The rebels are ftGling back to Harper's Ferry
The wounded are arriving at Hagerstown.
Surgeon General Smith dispatched 'a 'special
train to Hagerstown at three O'clOck this morn
ing with surgeons to attend to the Founded.
The bridge reported to have been destroyed.
by the Federal forces was the canal; bridge at
or near Williamsport. The destruction of this
bridge is considered of great importi . nce, as it
impedes the rebels from bringing up supplies.
Seventy-two thousand men have thus far re
sponded to the Governor's:'calf for troops : for
the defence of the State.
The reports throughout the west that the
,Pennsylvania Central Railroad is obstructed by
the transportation of troops sod Government
supplies, or that it has been in•danger of rebel
invasion, are entirely without foundation. The
road is entirely unmolested, and is doing its
usual . heavy .transportation trade without de
tention or hindrance, and is prepared for any
amount of trade that may be thrown upon it,
either east bound or west bound.
rirt the hour of going to press it is impoodble
to give any (*Liable partimdms of the . great
:events of yesterday. '
' Diapafehee,receifed . at Quarteais from
Hagerstown up to late. last evening aey :
We have achieved a glorious victory. Gen
Longetreet is wounded and a prisoner in our
hands. Gen. Hooker Is wounded in the foot.
- We have no further results' of the fight ex
cept that gen. .11'Ciellau'a headquarters were
BY FI11iI1&i 'B.
The 4urrender efii.liaiperra
Gen. MOW Loos In the Conflict
Less than One Hundred.
on. au . 46 111 CANIAND OP VI: WOlllB.
Its Elimination by Jackson's Forces.
Thee first day's Aatile at Sharps
WABIIIIIOTOIII, Sept. 17.
(den. Miles' loin before:his surrender.st Ear
per!s; Ferry is , believed to have been. less Mow a
Glen% A. F. Bill of the rebels was left in
command there to gather up the spoils. At
6 o'clock yesterday Jackson marched a large
partof his force out of Harper's Ferry on the
It is credited here that e bxttlifixeumenced
yesterday afternoon in the vicliiNief Sharps
burg, Md., continuing until eleven o'clock
Oor army rated for the night where the last
of yeetardaje fighting left 'them, and expected
to renew the engagement at daylight this morn
in_g.. The above facto are gathered from non
Terrible Exproaisa_ at Pittibtirg.
OVER EIGHTY LIVES LOST.
prrinne, Sept. 17.
A-frightful - explosion occurred attbe United
States Arsenal , big Afternoon-at two o'clock In
;Argo fame boildingknownsstholaboratory.
About 176 boys and girls were employed in
the building at the time of the disaster, 76 or
110 of whom were tilled.. - • • •
The explosion was followed by another until
the entire building vas &strayed. '•
• Those who ..00ntd.imt _swipe in time,were
burned up, thitimensrwirtntatipokag—dead
bodies ; Vera lying kJ:Amps-Sit they had fallen,
1.14 164 1 k ' " •Itilkologskiarit the heat was intense
091 M be nen through taw
in odor places WIPP soma
e 7 ., h were table. •
Up to thi_present time afaty.threo bake
havie been taken from the Tim masa
the WWl= JR not known, but it is adin;t•
by alto knio bean accidental.
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The funeral of Gen. 'Senor *hole mobs
iy &T . zooid &stow liiiltikeploosioa !rift_
From our Morning Union
gtsami tiding atm
Having procured Steens Power Preens, we are Omer
ed execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING of weer
desedPigon, cheaper than It can. be done et / any taw
entabliglintent in stit OW:7y. • • :
RATES OF ADVERTISING:
liar Four lines or tees constitute ene.balf square.
kht lines or more th an four constitute a square.
alf . Sguare, one d 1 y ... SO 25
one wee ,
it one mooth . „ . ..... .
... . 0 1 60 26
4 three months •"•• • • • 4 00
id etc months 6 00
.. one year 10 00
One . Square, one day ............ ...... ,
one in ek 20 0
.. one month 6 00
fir three months 10 00
.. Mx month' 15 00
" one year 20 00 ,
igir Business notices inserted In the Local ns or
before Marriages and Deaths, EIGHT GENTS PGatio ER LDIS
for eaoh insertion. _ _
Sfir Marriages and Deaths to be charged as regular
advertisements. • - • •. • A, , 4
FROM HARPER'S PERRY,
The Works Be-occupied by United
ki :4 Ail dO:ilk0 WO :4 Di :):4
MEIN THOVSIND PRISONKIS MEN
Great Numbers of our Forces not
The American's Frederick correspondent says :
At the time of the departure of the cars this
afternoon it is very generally asserted here that
Harper's Ferry fell into our possession again
en Tuesday evening at seven o'clock, and was
occupied by a portion of Gen'i. Burnside's force
before the rear of Gen'l. Division had
all crossed the river, who to the extent of 1,800
were taken prisoners.
: I have conversed with some members of the
New York Twelfth, who were not paroled by
the enemy, their haste being so great that they
could not spare time to attend to them, who
inform me that there is no doubt that the place
is now in our possession.
i They say it was four o'clock on Tuesday af
ternoon before an opportunity was given them
to cross the bridge, and that they had not
Marched a mile before they met the advance of
Our column moving on.
They say .the rebels did nos undertake to
told the place, but merely made a hasty pas
sage through, not even taking time to secure
their plunder, much of which, for want of
transportation, they destroyed.
The rumor of retaking of the Ferry this
evening says, that nearly all the guns and
arms were recaptured, and that so sudden was
the descent made ou them, that they did not
succeed in destroying the railroad bridge, three
Spans of which had just been completed.
The whole number killed during the siege
Was fOrty-three, and woanded about' one him
dred and fifty.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT NEWS.
Invostment of Charleston, S•
Naval Attack on Fort Sumter.
Serious Damage Done to the Fort t
The reported investment of Charleston by
our gunboats has some confirmation by a letter
received in this city from on board the U.S. stew
•er Bibb which says that Furt Sumter has al
ready received a preliminary dose of shall which
resulted In serious damage.
CHESTER COUNTY POLITICS
The Chester County Democratic Convention
assembled here this morning and nominated
the following 4/chat : for Congress, Gang..
George A. McCall by acclamation ; for keens
bly, Jonee McClees, Hibbard Evans and James
Hays ; for District Attorney, Col. H. M. Mcln
tire ;for Sheriff, Ralph Marsh. The MBM3 meet-•
lug celebrating the anniversary of the formation
of the constitution is attended by a large num
ber of people, Joseph Hemphill, Esq., presidhig.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
PEUlAlmisPills., Sept. 17.
lii.eadstutrs doll; prices dnx'Ple3; little 8/11P-
Ping demand for flour, small ; sales of superfine
at $6 ; extra $5 26435 50 ; exira Strunk $5 76
06 25 ; rye sour dull at $3 50 ;. corn meal et
a 12}; wheat meets a very limited inquiry ;
Sales of 5 000 bushs—red at $1 2Sial 30-1 000
bush. new rye sold at 65 ots.—corn is very dull,
small salesyellow at 6Ercti ; oats in fair re
quest at 85437 for new Delaware, and 58@60
Os for old Pennsylvania ; provisions held firmly;
Sides of mess pork at $l2 ; and 150 lilids. shoul
ders in salt at $5 ; lard firm at 9 , 1 in bbls. and
10 ots. in kegs ; clover seed at $5 ; timothy $2;
and flaxseed $1 90 ; 500 bbls. whiskey sold et
Maw YORK, Sept. 17.
Flour firm. Sales of 11,6000 bble. at 5 10®
6 25 for state, 5 80@5 90 for Ohio, and 5 65 , 36
foc Southern.' Wheat advanced Ic. Sales 120,-.
000 bus. at 1 08(41 15 ; for Chicago Spring 110
@1 16 for Milwaukie club, 1 22(41 26 for red
western; corn Jinn Bales of 60.000 Bus.-690.60:
Beef quiet ; pork quiet. ' Lard steady at 900.
90}; whiskey dull at 820.84. Receipts 'cot
Flour 9,877 lib's. Wheat 144 062.8u5h.--Cosa
76,188 Bus.—Stocks better. Chicago and Bock
Island 6911 ; Michigan Southem.96l ; Reading'
; Virginia "68 ; Tennesseeles.so ; Amer
ican gold 116*; Treasury 7 3-10s--104 U. S. es
Confront and registered 1001.
BALZIXORIN Sept. 17.
Flour dull and declining. Wheat quiet ;
white $1 68a1 68, red $1 email@example.com. Corn
quiet - and scarce- '
white 67@70, yellow 66(468.
Whisky dull at 82*. Provisions Inlet.
Confectionery & Fruit'Store,
MIEFERKET, NBA . WALNUT,
tic f risbum, Pcr-
CONFECTIONXBY OF ALL EDTDS,
ORANGES AND LIMAS,
FM APPLES, BANANNAB,
FRIDSO AND SALt Fl
Lid veg e tables of all Wads, brought direst the
&Meta Market*, Woe a week, aaa purcU aaed r .
patens' supervadon, thin °Rabbi% me to '
fad chasm article than any to the market:. r_
ar orders team a Ottawa attended th 4-aad
rods dedvered to any pan of tha city freee- _ -
Irsitrc GASIFIED nuns eoitiganuy eiiiitin . ---
~ aa a " . [N A].: ' I.:
- POCKET )3IBLES,
FULL auoitment of POoket
and' Testaments for the kale" j.
relvad at BESGNERT BOOKSTO
rrioaAcco, ilo 'cia4rese a n d
A. , Twist, itbi sW ty - • •
@mai Front and Maria wens.
iOES of a ll kindoi.whole and ground,
warranted trail sad pure ter tau low by
imams a '
!Jo gs ' 0 40114 - 10ixt sad Xarketotirotli,
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BALTIMORE, 17, 1862
BOSTON, Sept. 17, 1862
WEST Cmieres, Sept 17, 1862