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t fire to the warehouse of Oaks & Linn.--The fire was afterwards subdued by the citizens. They retreated, it is supposed, towards Hagerstown. The telegraphic operator is now at Chambersburg and communication has been re-established. Washington, June 17.--The official telegram from Gen. Tyler, at Harper's Ferry, says the enemy has an infantry and artillery force of from 7,000 to 8,000 at Williamsport, while the cavalry is running into Pennsylvania. Gen. Kelly telegraphs from New Creek that the rebel General Imboden is before Cumberland, Md., with two regiments of cavalry and a battery. The Baltimore Clipper, of the evening of the 17th, has the following, showing that Harper's Ferry was reoccupied after being evacuated: Intelligence has been received from Gen. Tyler that the rebel forces which had invested Harper's Ferry yesterday made an attack upon that place, attempting to surprise Gen. Tyler. The latter, after resisting the attack, retired across the rive