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Monday Afternoon, April 18, 1861.
The Union Has Been Assailed 1
"WE MUST BE BRIEF WHEN TRAITORS
TARE THE FIELD."
FRIENDS OF FREEDOM TO
A meeting of the citizens of
Harrisbuitiiind the public generally, will
be held to-morrow, (Tuesday) evening,
April 16, in the Court Room, Brant's
Ball, to express the sentiments of the
people on the present alarming condition
of Nattnnal affairs. A blow has been
struck at the Constitution of the United
States, which calls for redress—the flag
of our Union has been disgraced, and the
honor of Om loyal States outraged. Sub
missionlifithy treason. The Government
has called for aid—let the people respond.
Able speakers will be present to address
A STATED Hamm of the Board of Directors
of tlie_Rope Fire Company will 'be held this
evening at seven o'clock. Punctual attendance
FAST Dariolo.—Two young men were arrest
ed yeeMrday by °Meer Lewis for violating the
ordinance prohibiting rapid and reckless dri
ving. They had a hearing before the Mayor and
were fined one dollar each and coals.
flottosto Smuirrs Sotans.—Thie popular and
desemigia4lety will give one of their cele
brated soirees this evening. From the ability
of the society in things musical, and the pre
paration they have made for this occasion, we
anticipate a fich treat for those who attend.
FINAL AIVOIIIHMENT Ow THE LEGIBLETWITI.—
Both Houses of the Legbiature have agreed to
adjourn tine die on Thursday next, at twelve
o'clock. Some necessity may arise for an extra
secession; if so, werhope the Governor will at
once re-convene the Legislature.
Mau. icsalar.—Mr. George Withington Burn
side has been appointed a mail agent between
Harrisburg and Lock Haven. lifr. Burntide
was a brakeman on the Sunbury and Erie road
for the last year. He Is said to be a competent
and reliable man.
Henn CLAT's Burru-Dar,which occurred on
llidayottut- in be4he &ingof Ameri.
can citliastra on their country's flag. Strange
that the peal of fratricidal artillery did not
evoke from his grave the itireat Pacificator,
whose eloquent voice so often had calmed the
nobly elements of sectional discord.
- Tmi:Cenns Tsang.—On Friday and Saturday
one hundred and four car loads of cattle arrived
here from the west, over the Pennsylvania
Railroad, and were fed and watered at the cat
*le yard in this city. Yesterday the stock was
reloaded and most of it passed over the Le ba
ron Valley Railroad en routelor New York.
Gusiss.—A clan of these wandering vagrants
are encamped in a grove on the western side of
the river. The romance which formally clus
tered around these myetio tribes has been dis
solved by the reality of their bad character—
and farmers who reside near their temporary
stopping places will do well to see to their honks,
and barn-fastenings, ben roosts and sheep pens•
Tun COLOR= NONA of this city intend mak
ing an effort to procure the release of Joseph
Bell, the colored man whose arrest and im
prisonment at Hawesville, Kentucky, we no
ticed on eaterday: Joshua lid. Weistlirig, Esq.,
has charge of the case and will do all in his
p3wer to establish Bzll's freedom and effect his
restoration to liberty. He has , been la prison
Shout four weeks.
Goa. Was. 8. Thaturr,, cum of our most accom
plished military men, its now in this city. The
General is a sound 'Union man, and ready for
motive service in defenCe of the government,
against the traitors now in arms against it.
We have no doubt the military of old Alle
gheny, with Gen. Negley at their head, will
promptly respond to the call for volunteers.
TRIABOIA.UI Doomborrs.—This morning a
news boy in the employ of Wm. D. Jack was
obliged to leave Carlisle, for insulting the peo
ple of that place by offering for sale the Pairiot
and Unke, the oolurnns of which daily teem with
effensive . secession articles. The patliotio citi
sees of Carlhde are too .loyal to their country
to tolerate the sale of treasonable documents in
their midst. Within a few days there has been
a large deoreese in the circulation of the paper
in this city, ad the wonder is that its publica
tion is tolerated at all. Treason in every form
should be crushed out promptly and effectively.
Tam Wel EXCersuser.—The war news last
evening created the most intense excitement,
and was the all absorbing topic of converse• .
tion by crowds of men congregated at the va
rious street corners. We pubished as extra this
morning containing all the news received du
ring the night, and an immense edition was
disposed of in a very short time, so groat was
the excitement, and so eager the desire for in.
telligence. The excitement still continues and
the military fever is' spreading among our
young men, who are making an eff,rt to get
up a company. A number of our citizens to
day' exhibited their union feeling by displaying
the "stars and Stripes"over their buildings, and
throughout the entire community a decided
war spirit ! prei. -Should a call be made
upon thlecity for rolunTeere it will be prompt
ly respeaded to.
CluYam= COWIN Las been absent from the
city for two or three days, on a visit to Wash
ington. Ha is expected to return to-morrow.
RALLY rott THE UNION.--At the tap of the
drum this evening let all our patriotic young
men rally at Exchange Hall, and sign the roll
of the new company now being raised to do
battle for the Union. The country calla for
the services of her sons, and let acne falter in
the discharge of their duty. Rally under the
stars and stripes, and on to battle and victory.
Wen Paorecrunt.—So general and over.
*hely:Ling is the indignation in this contain,
pity against the Patriot and Union, for its trea
sonable course, that the proprietors entertain
fears of an assault upon the establishment.
The rumor is general this afternoon, that they
base applied to the city authorities for a pro
tective force to guard the building.
CLAM Oi LOOATlON.—Our . friend, Mr. Lee,
has removed his store to a room on Market
street, adjoining the °Mee of Dr. Seiler,
where he has added to his former stock a large
assortment of Umbrellas, Parasols,Sun-Shades,
Walking Cartes, eto., which will be disposed of
at city prices. Those who want good articles
In his line should give him a call.
A Ssonstorrisr BILSNOAD.—This afternoon a
allow named Humphreys, hailing from the
South, who proclaimed secession sentiments on
the street, was assaulted by a crowd of young
men, who handled him somewhat roughly.—
Had the fellow persisted in the utterance of his
treasonable sentiments, he would have been
severely punished. The affair attracted an Im
mense croivd of people, all of whom applaud.
ed the conduct of the assailants in thus prompt.
ly rebuking treason. Let other traitors in our
midst take warning.
A Psusorter. COLLISION took plain on Saturday
evening between two gentlemen of this city,
gr9wing out of a discussion of the war ques
tion. Mutual friends of the parties interfered
and stopped the quarrel before either, of them
sustained any material damage.' Improbable
as the statement may seem, it is nevertheless
true, that there are men In this community 'who
justify the Southern rebels in. their war upon
the government, and boldly talk treason. All
such traitors should be indicted under the law
just enacted by the Legislature. This is no
time to tolerate tories and cow-boys.
Dinsmenu Coanucr.—The meanest action
of which a thing wearing the human shape can
be guilty, is to insult at night, on the street, a
woman who is unprotected. Within a few days
we have heard of two occurrences of this char
acter, most alarming to the.euljects, and dis
graceful to the perpetrators. There is no ex
cuse for such unmanly conduct, and we hope
the next attempt at insult will bring upon the
offender the penalty of just punishment. If
such acts continue, our streets will not be safe
at night for ladies unaccompanied by a male
Ma PUNT ON Essomusa TH2 Laws.---Yes
terday, in Beecher's church, at- Brooklyn, We
pastor read the latest dispatches from Charles
ton, announcing that the traitors had taken
Fort Sumter, after which he folded up the pa
per, placed it in his pocket, end then made a
short prayer that the "sword of the Lord and
of Gideon" might do good service in the cause
of truth, justice, humanity and freedom. In
most of the churches of this city, the pastors
alluded to the war, and offered up fervent
prayers for the restoration of peroe and the
preservation of the Union.
MILEVARY COMPANT.-A number of young
men.met at Exchange Hall on Saturday night
for the purpose of taking measures for the or
ganisation of a military company. A com
mendable degree of patriotic spirit was mani
fested, and thirty-five persons signed the roll.
Another meeting will be held at the same place
this evening at seven o'clock, and
,we hope to
see it largely attended. Young men of Har
risburg rally in your strength, and show the
Southern rebelCand traitors that you are ready
and willing to do battle in defuse of the glo
rious "stars and stripes," and austain the Ad
ministration In enforcing the laws and main
taining the Union and the Constitution.
“pirlke tLI the lait armed foe expireF;
Stake for yOur altars and your fires
Strike for;th •-gree I graves of your sitou—
Gog suit our nutiTe laud.”
Tt Dortano TRADING Oour►as.—There is be
fore the_Penneylvania Legislature a bill to in
corporate the El Dorado Trading • Company,
with a 'capital of ten thousand shares, at fifty
dollars each. The object of the company is the
extension of trade and' commerce between the.
port of Philadelphia and , foreign conntriesoar
ticularly the Islands of Japan, the Indian4r
ehipelago, and the seaports lying on the Pacific
Ocean, the Indian Ocean, and the eastern and
western coasts of South AmeilCs ; and for the
purpose of carrying on'the business, this cor
poratiort are authorised by the ball to purchase,
hold and dispose of all goods, wares and mer
chandise, the products of exports of each for
eign countries, and to purchase and hold for
exportation to said places, every kind of mar•
ahandise or manufactured product of any of the
States of the Union, and to receive products
consigned to them for sale, and to dispose of
all products imported from foreign countries.
Woods' Mummers.—This great and original
troupe from Wood's Marble Temple, 661 and
668 Brodway, make their first appearance at
Brant's City. Hall this evening. Wherever they
have appeared the press teemed with high en
comiums upon their refined and elegant enter
tainments.• Their vocal and instrumental de
partment is complete, while for genuine humour
this company is unequalled. We observe that
their programme is more varied than is usually .
given, containing many new and original acts
never before presented to the public. Mr. Syl
vester Blecker, having been many years mana
ger during their permanent location in New
York, still controls the affairs. We are guar
anteed, by his experience, such an entertain
ment as we have never before witnessed. They
not only announce, bat really do give, an entire
change of programme each evening, repeating
no song, joke, or comic act, their repertoire
being full. Po not fail to go and see. Wood's
Penttoptoania flailp qeltgrapi), illonbap 'Afternoon : 'April 15, 1861.
Nureancs.--A hearing in the case of Henry
Neater, charged with maintaining a nuisance in
the sixth ward, took place before the Mayor on
Saturday evening, when the defendant entered
bail to the sum of $6,000 to appear at the next
Court and answer the charge. The nuisance
complained of is a bone boiling establishment.
VIGILANOS CONXITTEES.-11l this city, the or
ganization of vigilance committees to mete out
summary justice to and rid our neighborhood
of traitors, is freely discussed. The almost
unanimous sentiment of deliberate and pru
dent, but fully aroused and determined men,
is that the rebels everywhere must be subdued
and silenced at every hazard. •
Menus. berms :—The following is from the
pen of one of New Eogland's gifted poets. I
trust you will find space in yourpatricitic Daily
for its insertion :
• Hail glorious gag, we cherish thee,
Unblemished suindard of ihe free I
A nation's pride. a nation's butst ,
Thou'at guaraeci by our country's host
vt heroe's firm and brave.
Then A ng our beerier to the air.
Columbia's stars are glittering there; -
And let It wave majestic, grand,
O'er all the eit tee clear hied,
And ocean's stormy wave I
April 18 , UM. A F118312.111V8
"Mumma wru, Our."—The people of Johns
town are excited in consequence of revelations
lately made concerning an almost forgotten
murder perpetrated at the Buckhorn tavern,
Summethill township, Cambria county, some
years ago, The victim was a puller, and put
up at the tavern and was never seen afterwards
4—neither could any trace of the murderers be
had. It is now said that a fellow lately dis
charged from the penitentiary in Allegheny,
after returning to Johnstown, told the secret of
the murder to an old comrade, who got'on a
spree and "let the cat out of the bag." From
his statement it seems that some four or five
persons were engaged in the atrocious act, the
discharged convict being among the number.
The story goes that the pedler was killed at a
late hour of the night, long after he had retired
to bed ; that after he had been murdered and
the money taken from his person, (which
amounted to some two or three hundred dol
lars,) the remains of the victim and the entire
bed were conveyed to a deep, dark ravine some
distance from the tavern, and there concealed.
Search is now being made in that locality for the
purpose, if posiihie, of discovering some vestige
of thedead body of the pedler or remnants of
the bed. The penitentiary bird, alarmed at the
revelations made, has fled to parts unknown.
Tits "Bamako CLERGTKAN," who does such
a thriving business in gulling fools with bogus
cures for incurable diseases, is getting exposed
all over the country. We quote from the
knerictus 'Agriculturist, as follows:
Editors commonly have the credit of being
sharp fellows—they have friction enough :to
give them a knowledge. But even they 'get
taken in now and then. Ex . imple:—For sonie
time past we have been receiving letters from
cotemporatiee in different parts of the country,
asking us to inquire after bills at an "advertis
ing agency," nominally located in Wall street
We hava-eratied-or , seatirefiesetitespeeified-pl
several times, but can seldom find anybody in,
and r when any one is there, it is a boy, who
has a ready •answer, generallyl to this effect:
"One of the firm is absent on business at Chi
cago, and the other is sick at home." The par-
ties are very shy; but after considerable inqui
ry and investigation, the matter appears to
stand about thus: One of these benevolent
"retired clergymen," whom we have taken oc
casion to show up, and who is professing to be
very sincere in his efforts to relieve suffering
humanity, is carrying on his operations under
a variety of names. Under one name, he is
dispensing medicines in Williamsburgh; Under
another name, he is doing the same thing in
Brooklyn;. under another name, he Is teaching
women in New York "an art which will afford
them an easy livelihood;" and how many other .
enterprises he carries on we cannot definitely
say, though we have reason to believe the same
man ifiat the head of at least half a dozen, all
under dif f erent names; Under a still different
name or firm he has an "advertising agency,"
which hei sends out to the country
papers a variety of advertisements of all his
other swindling e'nterprises, under their various
names and in their different locations. At first,
as an advertising agent, he pays fora few ad
vertisements to lull suspicion and get credit.
Since then, he has sent out a large number all
over the country, with fair promisea to settle
up in due time after the publishing of the husi
nese cards. Having thus published his various
enterprises to the amount of many thousand
dollars, both himself and his fictitious partner
are conveniently absent whenever called for.
We 'have good reasons for withholding names
at present, but have said enough to show how
the thing is carried on. Our cotemporaries
may draw their own conclusions. "
A Rata ow BOY'S Suomi:were left on the coun
ter at BaxaviaT's Thug , store, on Saturday, by
soreckpereon. They can be had by calling at
to:l4am Row. a
NEW ARRIVALS 1 NEW ARRIVALBI,--Just re
ceived a large assortment of New Spring Goods.
We name in part ; 10 pieces of beautiful chal•
les, 12} worth 181 ; 10 pieces of traveling dress
goods, 8 worth 12} ; 50 pieces bleached and
unbleached muslins, at 10 worth 12i ;`6O pieces
of bleached muslin, at 12i worth 15. Also a
very large assortment of Cassimereer and other
summer stuff for men and boys wear. Also
Stella Shawls, very cheap. Brodie bordering,
at 26, 87 and 60 cents. Also, a large stock of
Cambrics and Swiss Muslim, very cheap. Please
call and examine at S. Lowy, Road's old Stand ;
Cor. Market and Second streets.
Corons.—The sudden changes of our-climate
are goarces of Pulmonary, Bronchial auttAsthidatio Af•
teatime. Experience having proved that eiMple reme
dies often act speedily and certainly when taken in. the
early stages of the disease, recourse should at once tie
bad to "BitrWVl/ Bronchial Trochee," or Lozenges, - let
the Cold, Cough., or Irritation of the Throat be ever so
slight, as by this precaution a more serious attack tatty
be warded olf. Public Speakers and Singers will litid
them effectual for clearing and a tretigthening the voice.
PURIFY TIER BLOOD.
MOFFAT'S am PILLS AND PILGRIM
Free from all Mineral Poisons-1A oases of Strada
Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation
of the Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often removing
in a few days, every vestige of these loathsome diseases
by their purifying effects on the blood. Bailees Feviiirs,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Files, and in • GAON
most ail diseases soon yield to their curative properties
No family should be without them, as by their .timely
use muoh suLli3ring and expense may be saved.
r sale by all Druggists . . uovilTTY
10107.41. T, 31,.D., /tem. Yorkrand
A N EXTRA FINE lot of FONOTAI
jot.. 011 LI ONG TEA. laila Is the beat brand of Mick
IVA Imparted. A small involeejust. 'received and !MUM
POW DOOR 111 Co.
Latest from Charleston.
DEPARTURE OF MAJOR ANDER.
SON-SALUTE TO THE A.MERI
. CAR FLAG.
Explosion of Cartridges---Two Men
Killed and Four Wounded.
THE PALMETTO AN D CONFEDERATE
FLAGS WANING OVER THE FORT.
A Blockade Established by the War
WIGFALL RECEIVED AND RETURNED
Mod. ANDERSON'S SWORD.
The - Federal Fleet Still in Sight
Crieslmeros, April 16
Major Anderson, with his command, departed
in the Isabel for New :York to-day. In salrit•
ing his flag before leaving, a pile of cartridges
exploded, killing two meu and wounding four
others. One was buried in the fort with ndli
taty honors, and the other is to be buried by
the Carolina troops. The wounded were brought
to this city. The confederate and Palmetto
flags were raised on the fork which is garrisoned
by Palmetto guards. It is , believed that the
war vessels have established a blockade.
CHARLESTON, April 15.—When Major Ander
sons's quarters were burning, Gen. Beauregarde
sent offers ~of assistance before the white flag
was run up. Col. Wigfall received. the sword
surrendered by Anderson, and then compli
mented his bravery by returning it to him.
CUILRLICSTON, April I.s.—The Federal fleet is
still in sight offSlharleatort.
Military Mo**ants at Wasliiigton,
Ten Volunteer 'o4aules Mustered Into
FIVE HUNDRED FEDERAL TROOPS ON
WASHINGTON, April 15
. There is au . apparent calm throughout the
city this morning,• and a deep feeling`of ens
pens° exit TenT s ilet . *t of Columbia military
companies have tlinsifarlieen mustered into the
service of tb.e Govermoint. Sixteen in all are
required. The number of Federal troop here
is about five hundred.li
roelamatlon of Goy. Morgan.
THIRTY' THOUSAND VOLUNTEERS TO BE
EQUIPPED-BY NEW YORK.
&Aar, N. Y., April 15
The Legislature this morning passed a bill
appropriating three millions to equip twenty
thousand :volunteers in addition to the present
State force, and Gov. Morgan has ismed. his
Interesting Interview between Senator
Douglas and tho President.
Mr. Douglas avows his determination to sustain the
Administration in its efforts to maintain the Gov
WASHINGTON, , April. I.s.—Senator Douglas
called on the;President last night, and had an
interesting conversation on the present condi
tion of the country.
• The substance of it waa, on Iliitk.part of Mr.
Douglas, that white he was unaWeddy opposed to the
admintstratian in all its political issues, he was pre
pared to sustain the President in the exercise of all his
constitutional fanctions , topreserve the Union, and
maintain the government and defend the federal capi
tal. A firm policy and proinpt action was nears
sary. The capital of Mit country was in dan
ger„ and must be defended al'all hazards and at any
expense of men and monAy. He spoke of the pre
sent and future, without any reference to the
past. President Lincoln was very much grati
fix-President Buchanan in Favor of Sus
tainhig the President.
LANchisna, April 16.
Secession has no followers here. All parties
are united in sustaining the government at all
Es:President 'Boehm:Lan remarked to one of
his most intimate and political friends to-day,
".That the government had gone to the Menoet verge of
forbearance, and was now the duty of all goodciti
smu Co stand by , the government."
A general town meeting to sustain the Presi
dent, will be held hero on Wednesday evening:
A Seller of Tor): Papers Arrested
A newspaper boy fom.Harrisburg selling the
Patriot and Union, published in that city, was
arrested here this morning for selling Tory pa
pers. After frariotice not to enter this bor
o ugh again 'with Tory paPerste was discharged.
We are all for the 'Union and in. favor of ens.
taming the Government, come what may.
Old Berko ,tly? ,Fleld
Rtahixo April 16.
The Ringgold Light. Attillery are parading
this morning with their guns for practice; and
have ninety men on parade, every one' expect
ing,to be ordered on duty for the United States
service before they leave their gnus.
Tho,Confederate States Loan. , -.
'" • Monroomanit APril
Au oar, has bein made to the Treasury De
partment-.to take the whole Confederate Btatee
loan : of - fifteen millions of, dollars, at par 'by
parties in New Orleans. •
The Herald Office Threatened.
NEW You. o'clock A. Si
A body of ,policemen are on duty, at the
fferak! office to guard against a rumored attack.
The Illinois Legielsiure.
.oamicio, April 14 •
• . 119 y. Yates a:lll::,Seitte ! a proclamation to
morrOw esfla of: thothil
gisli(ture -ttPintsitPlat: Spritigteld, One,
from writ Wager, trolild
The Palmetto Flag Office Entered
and the Papers Destroyed.
ALL THE NEWSPAPER .OFFICES COM
PELLED TO DL4PLAr AMERICAN
Some excitement was created at Fourth and
Chestnut streets, by a crowd assembled before
printing office, where a small advertising
sheet called the Palmetto Flay was published.
The proprietor displayed an American flag but
the crowd entered the building and threw the
objectionable papers out of the windows.
An American flag was finally displayed and
the excitement subsided. For an hoar the
street was impassable for the crowd.
A. dangerous mob spirit appear& to have
cute% from the Palmetto Flag affair. Crowds
are now.vidting other newspaper offices, re
quiring each to display flags. All the principal
wipers have had thefts displayed since last
Requisition of the President upon the
states for Military.
_RERMENTS PDX PENNSYL
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND MEN WANTED
FOR IMMEDIATE . SERVICE.
The following are the requisitions of the
President upon the several kitstes tor juilitary
to act in the maintenance of the Union.,
New. York seventeen regiments.
Pennsylvania .sizteen4. t ,
.Indiana six 11
Missouri four Id
Kentucky. four ' . 14
Ohio three 16
Tennessee two 64
Massachnettes two 6"6
Wisconsin .one 46
Minnesota .one SI
lowa one ,g
Michigan one gr
Delaware 0118 "
Connecticut one 46
Rhode Island one 6$
_Vermont one e,
New Hampshire one
Seventy-five regiments in all, of one thou
sand men each
THE WAR FEELING IN MAS
Twenty Thousand Volunteers Have
'rendered their Services.
GEN. B. F. BUTLER, A BREOEINEIDGE
DEMOCRAT,, RASTENDERED BIS SEE
WOES, WITH HIS ENTIRE BRIGADE.
All political questions and divisioni have
,been, clocPpedlaurerand sentimen
of the city and State is for the defence of our
tbg to the last. Twenty thousand volunteers
have already tendered their services at the Ad
jutant General's office. Gen. B. P. Butler, an
ardent Breckinridge supporter, has tendered
his services with 111.11 entire brigade.
The steamship-Walton lass-arrived with Liver•
pool dates to the 8d inst. The Niagara arrived
out on the 3d and the America reached.Queens
town on the tad bast, It is rumored that the
German members of the Vienna Cabinet have
resigned. The movements of the Austrian army
in Lamy continues. Urgent orders have been
given for the construction of additional works
to Pole fortifications. The Insurgents in Her
see Goyim' have been repulsed by the Turks.
Queen Victoria will receive the Marquise De-
Aseeglic as the King of Italy's Ambassador.
The Federal Council has made a similar &ela
tion to the Turin.minister at Berne.
It is asserted at. Berne that Garibaldi, has
summoned his officers residing in Switzerland
to be ready to assemble at his summons within
fourteen days. The concessions granted by the
Czar have not satisfied the people of Warsaw,
and the concentration of military continues.
Unarmed citizens, as constitbleo,patrol Warsaw.
The Emperor of Austria has rejected the dem
ocratic programme of the Hungarian leaders
who demanded the absolute separation of the
Hungarian administration from that of Austria.
The bmperor iitends abiding by the reforms
already granted.. Biota have taken place in
Russian Poland. Garibaldi bad an interview
with Victor Emanuel at Genoa on the 2d inst.
It was expected that no change in the. Bank of
England's rate of discount would be made be
, fore the 9th inst.
Lrvuftia., April 2.-Sales cotton yesterday
and td r day. 11,000 bales including 3,000 bales
to speculators. The Easter holidays produced
quietneiti, and the market is generally un
clumgSd, but in some cases the prices are easier.
The Manchester advice& are unfavorable. Prices
cleried steady. ,-- •
CONSTANTINOPLII, April 3.--Sir Henry ilitiwer
hasipresented a project of finical referring to the
'parte advising the publication of budget re
trenchment, the consolidation of the public
debts and the issue of guaranteed public money.
The scheme has been well received. Troops
have teen hastily sent to the Dlontenengrin
CARLISM, April 16
lirresra.t, April B.—The Austrian Goalie, says
That 260 Hungarian tolunteers with Moldarian
passports "have embarked for Conitantinoilis
with the intention of proceeding to Naples.
Cmcsoo, April 14.—The news of the sur
render of Fort Sumter created a profound sen
sation here. It was at first discredited, but
when later dispatches arrived, confirming the
previous reports, the excitement was intense.
All parties express a determination to uphold
the Government in enforcing the laws and
maintaillibrifficistifininacy of the nation.
Drraorr, Apnl 14`. 7 .The War news creates a
profound sensation. The unanimous, sentiment
of the State is, that .the position assumed by
the Government must be maintained. An im
promptu meeting of the members of the Detroit
bar, and influential citizens, was held yesterday
Afternoon, composted'of all patties. They pawed
resolutions derwincing the' rebellious organiza
tion called thKonfederate States, and declaring
their intenVon to stand by the old flag at nil
hazardee'auother meeting of the citizens will
hi held to-morrow night. \
""Munitions of War at Savannah.
atiraiNNAS, April /b.
tAa 7 bAmerilie quiritity of munitions of war
Ant TORahla Savannah.
Excitement in Philadelphia.
PM:LAMM/IA I April 15
WASILENOTON, April 15
LATER FOREIGN YEWS.
Arrival of the Steamer Fulton.
Navl Your., April 14.
The War News in the West.
A Pair of Kentucky Traitors.
AID TO THE REBELS FROM THE BORDER
MONTOOrtiEBT, April La
Secretary Toombs haerecelved a despatch from
Brechtnridge and (ov. Magoffi.n, of 'Kentucky
stating that the people are greatly excited ore
the war news, and their friends sympathies en
tirely with the South. They represent that
7,000 men of the Border States are under are.
and have offered their services, to wove at a
moment's notice for the War Department at
UNION FEELING IN BALTIMORE.
Patriotic Demonstration by this
BALTIMORE, April 16
The Union feeling In the city Is strong We
morning. The Minute Men, an organisation
2,600 strong, which has been drilling ever since
the Presidential election, threw out the Stars
and Stripes this morning from their headquar
ters, with tho motto "the Union and the Con-
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Flour markets dull but without change fa
prices. sales of superfine at $6 3706'60, ex
tras at $6 62445 76 and extra family at 14-
81@6 25. Tile rrceipts small ; wheat less ac
tive but not much offering; sales good red at
$1 8241 34 and white it $1 88®1 65, latter
figure for choice Southern. Rye commands 68
c. Corn not so firm;-sales 4000 bushels. com
mon quality and good yellow at 684600. for
new and old. Oats firm at 33 cents.
Coffee is very firm with very little stock left
in first hands; small sales rio at 111®14/o for
low grade,and prime and laguyra at 14}414#c.
Sugar firm, Molasses dull. In provisions firm
feeling but not much doing, email sales mess
pork at $l7 60, and prime at 16, bacon sides
at 9talOc., and shoulders at 7-I@Bc. Green
meats come in slowly, sales ham in pickle at
9®910, aides a,ti,9c and shoulders at 64.07 e.
Lard Arm at 100 in bbls and tierces, and Ile
in kegs. Whisty sells slowly at 17i®18c.
Naw Yoas, Aprills.
Flour heavy ; Sides 6,000 bbls. State de
clined sc. Sales at $5 15®5 20; Ohio, $5 60
@5 65; Southern, $5 8005 60. Wheat dull,
sales unimportant. Corn quiet; 10,000 bushels
sold at 68c.; White Southern, 73c.. Lard firm
at 9143. Whisky steady at 1810. Receipts of
flour 26,609 bbla.
BALTIMOBS, April 16
Flour dull and heavy; no sales. Wheat dui
at $1 80®1 85 for red, and $1 40®1 60 fo
white. Corn advanced 2c; ye110w,58(461c
white, 68@660. Mesa pork, $l7 047 50
Coffee firm at 16®14c. Whisky dull at 17/03.
- JOBS' WALLOWER, J 11,,, Agt.
GENVIAL FORWARDIN 1
lUODS AND MERCHANDISE promptly
forwarded by Pbfladelabla and Readfog, Northam
'towel, Cumberlaud.Walley and-PatudylvarleAtallreads,
Aid Canal,. '
HAU A"S NtA.VING Ao kw troth eel parts of the
.cliyAre Ahel 11 , 4 *.a& - elepota will be don* at the
L ea ti t
very lowest ra :, ' - -
FA.llllLlifB removing Arline promptly atier.ded to.
. Orders left at Brant's European Some. or at We store
of E. S. Zollingey, will receive , prempt attention. ton
slgsileutaof freight respectfully aolielted. -,
'JOHN wallow= mt., 441.,
apt •, .. CeZceiteading,Depot.
'OI I IIOII.ISTERING.
•N LOP HAIRESSES,..
COLTON COMFORTS,t-w ----
On hand and for sale wholeside and retail at the very
lowest raise for cash
ELM, MATEASSES and SPRING BOTTOMS
MADE TO 01tD40,..
HAIR MATiIEIESB3, &a.
Repaired and made equal to new very reasonable, abet
N 0.109 Market street between Fourth and Fdtla. by
mar 29 I. T. Ba.RNITZ•
SIGN OF THE.
Glorious Star Spangled Banner I
A N,OTHER SUPPLY OF WALL PAPER,
.„rl,_ BORDERS, he., SPLENDID WINDOW BLINDS, to
which we call the attention of our friends, and cordially
Invite them to examine our goods and prices.
We are determined to sell cheap. Mind the place. .
Near the Ilarritburg Bridge.
ViFORCES ER'S I .
ROYAL "QUARTO DICTIONARY 1
rrHE b.eat defining and pronounajnrDic
tlonary of Uni.Ungltih language ; Alan' lir oluilater's
School , Dictionarlee. Webster's Fianna quarto' aztd
-L 7 obool Dictionaries for:sale at
aplair Neah the Harrisburg Bridge.
ARRIVED THIS MORNING.
.A superb lot of new style Foulard Chintzes.. -
New style English Mourning.Guighams. •
do do Colored tiinglianas.
Wide French Chintzes, extra gitaiiiy.
New style Mourning Persians,
do French Challis. • -
Pure Camel's Hair Lustre, (di%irable goods )
Extra quality Silk Warp lavellas.
espolitan Stilts, (uew article.)
Evisla Rep Mourning Silks.
A LARGE VARIETY OF OTHER GOODS.
This lot of goods jest received, have been purchased
very tow and will be disposed of accordingly. 0.111 at
Next door to the Harrisburg Bask.
TIIPORTED BOLOGNA SAUSAGE.--A
very rare lot just received and for wile by
it,ps WM. DOCK JR ig 00.
4HE subscriber begs leave to inform his
.friends and the public tnat he has taken the FARM
P HOTEL, in Bung greet opposite the Post Calm,
Lamerty J. Stahl's, where he is prepared to accommo
date them on reasonable tarots. Baying refitted and
furnished the Bouse entirely now, be hopee by strict at
tention to Moines's, to receive a )(beret share of patron
age. [apt-Smd.] R. Malta.
THERMOMITEV. Ornamental Mantle, Japanese Ilittaal.
THERMOIIE7O,I—,4; do do Bronzed do ja i
THERMOMETERS, Distillers Tin Case, Is itch.
THERM.OIDTERB ,:o Bran Bound Double Scale.
THERMOMETERS, Union Caso, 10-12 inch.
THERMOMETERS, lantana Frame,•B-10
THERMOMETERS, Black Walnut. Cage, 10 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Tin Case, 74.10 anon.
We have just received a flap lot or TELBRIADILSTEIni
of various styles, and are selling them low.
SELLER'S DRUG STORE,
ap3 91 Maiket street.
CITY BONDS roil SALE.
ONE OR TWO CITY BONDS- of $5OO
each,-bearlor6 per mu. - Wefts:, ban a spry and
good investmcrit., 4.144 tu
fel:44ml - W. B. VEI93EIII:
M.HE SUBSCRIBER has removed his
PLUMBING AND 41RX.1370XINDRY frota-Maricat
stivet - to FoorthittreetabovrAlockeopposita the De: he
Thanknil thtiliiegtedffagl, he hopes, by steiet
Attention to b names, to merit a contlononee of
mar29•3nid WY. PARIMILL.