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been visited by the rebel raiders. On Friday afternoon last, about two o'clock, rebel cavalry, over two hundred in number, entered the town by the Williamsport piko, the forces of General Averill having gone in pursuit of the raiders at Chambersburg. The rebels burned nine cars, with government stores, at the depot, after helping themselves to such of the contents as they wished to carry off. They broke open the hat stores of Messrs. Rouskutp &Updergraff, and the stores of Messrs. Bowman &Winters, confectioners. They also released from jail, Kramer, imprisoned for the murder of Wright, at Harristown, about two weeks since, he going off with them. The chivalry have quite a free way of supplying themselves, as an incident will illustrate: A number of citizens were congregated upon a street corner, when a burly freebooter rode up and asked which one had the largest hat, and, after suiting himself, rode off with a chuckle of satisfaction. Other parties received similar attentions. T