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important feature of the news is a raid into Pennsylvania by Gen. Stuart with 3,000 cavalry. Gov. Curtin, of Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg, received the following dispatch from Chambersburg on the 10tsburg. The advance rebel force consists of 1,000 cavalry and six pieces of artillery. Governor Curtin is now pushing troops up the Valley. [The town of Chambersburg is 45 miles Southwest oir homes.-- As regards the measures to be taken in this emergency we can only guess at them. Gov. Curtin has in Harrisburg arms and munitions of war enough, and he probably has hastily collected theseful for the people to rally around, to repel the invaders, and as the telegraph says that Governor Curtin has commenced sending forces forward to defend the State we presume that he has promptly cad in Pennsylvania--the enemy falling back. Philadelphia, Oct. 11. --A dispatch from Governor Curtin to Mayor Henry states that no troops are needed from this point, as the rebels are already