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matter, and no one can have a doubt.
PROF. WOOD'S RIISTORATIVB CORDIAL—It hi ree
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its use it is a desideratum in the medical world, and
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St. Louis Daily Impress."
PROF. WOOD'S BIBTORATIVB CORDIAL and BLOOD
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after using one bottle of this cordial none will be for a
day without It.—" New York Leader."
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mended. And we would say tbatllii Eiftteektive Cor
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article in market for)urifying the'Blood and earengthen
big the system. We havb no be.'futon in recommending
its use to all.—" The New-Yorker."
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Prof. Wood's Restorative Cordial and Blood Renovator.—
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"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE•"
HARRISBURG; PA., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL '27, 1861
From oar Morning Edition.
Tea-reports that rench us from South Caro
lina and' other parts of the Confederacy are
very gloomy and foreboding for the cause of
secession. The blockade of Southern po
has had the effect already of bringing matte'
to the - Starving point, so that the aighmente
whioh ,had no influence vole their under
standing, are persuading the stomachs of the
rebels in the most resistless manner:
PENNSYLVANIA'S QUOTA OF TROOPS.
There are now fifteen thousand troops over and
above the quota demanded by the proclamation
of the President, from Pennsylvania, that can
be brought into the field at a few days notice.
The Government here, while being compelled
to refuse these troops; instructed them to con
tinue in their drill and preparation, so as to be
n readiness at a moments call.
PROVISIONS AND STORES ON THE WAY TO BALTIMORE
We learn from a gentleman direct frqm
Adams county that agents for Baltimore have
been through that region of country, purchto 7
ing provisions for the mobites of Baltimore,
but that the people of Gettysburg seized such
stores, confiscated them, and ordered the spies
and rowdies to leave on the peril of their livek
Adams county, all along the Maryland line, is
arming for its defence, and the people are pre
paring to resist anything like invasion for ag
gression, or scouting for provision, at the peril
of their lives.
TOliN I. McELIZONE, ESQ
This gentleman, so well and favorably
known to the people of Pennsylvania, as one
of the correspondents of the Phi adelphia L
Frees, and also as the offnial Congressional iC2
porter of the Globe newspaper, at Washington,
arrived in this city last night, a. spixiit
bearer of despatekes
left that city yesterday morning, travelling
through the most dangerous part of the
enemy's country; and passing every point with
a safety that will be gratifying to his friend§
throughout the state. He reports the state of
affairs as very encouraging for the safety of
Washington, and speaks in the highest terms
of the vigor of the Government in preparing
to defend the Capital. -
Mr. M'Elhone is stopping at the Jones
Rouse, and intends leaving this afternoon for
Philadelphia. He had a long interview with
Gov. Curtin last evening, the nature of which
was of course business of an official and strictly
LATEST FROM BALTINdRE.
The mails received from Baltimore yesterday
afternoon bring tie Baltimore papers from Wed
nesday afternoon. We extract the following
from the American,:viz:
FAMILIII3.LEAVING THE CITY
Since the war excitement, which sprung up
on Friday, hundreds of families have moved
out of the city, so fearful were they that each
morning would be ushered In by the loud
booming of cannon and the clang of arms. We
heard of several families who had prepared to
move to Pennsylvania on Saturday, having
everything packed up the evening before,-but
were sadly disappointed on the following
morning kv learn] Et g the news that the bridges
had been cut away on the line of the Northern
Central Railway, and they were consequently
compelled to move back to their old homes. A
great many people appear to think that there
is no, just.cause-for alarm, while others are of
a different opinion. A few days more, and the
troubled tutxlety Ntliich now fills the minds of
Our citizens will be settled in some manner.
We stated yesterday that, the telegraph wires
between this city and Annapolis had been cut
in several places. Last evening Mr. Smith,
the Master-of Transportation of the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad, sent out a party of line
men, who Tepaired the wires, and since that
time communication has been had between the
two cities. .
WAR MANUS IRA/MAW= ROADS
Captain Sprague. In command of a steam
tug belonging to John Henderson 8z Co ~ ar
rived in the city this morning, and reports
passing five armed steamers in Annapolis Roads.
They were illuminated during the night, and
evidently designed that their presence should
be known. An interview has been had by Gen.
Trimble with Captain Sprague.
iItIPPOStp INVINTIOV oit REPAIRING BRIDGES.
Passengers who reached this city from Har
risburg yesterday afternoon report repair cars
on both•the Northern Central and Philadelphia
roads loaded with lumber and men, and it was
their intention, it was supposed, to repair the
bridges destroyed, if possible, and facilitate the
passage of troops.
DROVES OF 4REVIS FOR WASHINGTON ORDERED TO
Information was this morning lodged at the
City Hall to the 'effect that on Tuesday night
several large droves.bf beeves were driven from
the cattle scales ' near the city limits, and out
the road towards the Belay House of the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad. Their destination
was supposed to be Washingtoq. This morn
ing other droves were preparing, but an order
'from head quarters here was sent forth to stop
EXPEDITION FOE TM - RI LAY HOUiR,
Alone of picked men has been sent to.the
Relayalouseefor the pupate of seizing,. and
holding that poi)* le designedto_etation
about 1,200 men there for the purpose of cut
ting 91/ communication with Washlngton.
TILE ADIEBICAN YLLEI
The demand for the Confederacy flag, which
was very great in the early Rad of the week,
having been supplied, the boys are selling the
Ameritan flag 'upon the streets, so that all par
ties• may be suited:
- PRATER AT TUE EASTLAND INSTITUTE.
The hall of the Maryland Institute, which is
occupied by the Maryland Guard, was attended
this morning by a number of ladies, who were
.the galleries, during the offering
up of an impressive prayer to the Throne of
r race, by Bev. Dr. Schen*.
A 'ROOTIIRP.N ARMY AT . NORFOLK
Capt. Russell, of the steamer 'Louisiana,
which - reached this port this morning, reports
that over 7,000 troops from the South arrived
at Norfolk on Tuesday. Their destination was
kept a secret.
811213RW OP PROVISIONS
Lieutenant Elliott this morning took posses
sion of ten car loads of provisions at Slemmer's
run, and had them conducted to the depot.
There were one hundred and eighty-three bar
rels of pork, and various other supplies for the
PLOT TO BURN MULIABWB NOM
It is stated on the authority of the Alexau:-
dria Gazette that a plot to burn Willsrd's Hotel,
in Washington, bad been discovered. A num
ber of volunteer soldiers, under Cassius M.
Clay, was quartered at that place, and it was
suppoped the design was to exterminate them.
All 'along the line of railroad from Alexan
dria to Richmond, the troops are drilling, and
the confederate flag is flying.
THE WAR !
THE CITY QUIET
15;000 TROOPS CONCENTRATED.
GLPITAL CONVERTED INTO A
Intention to Destroy the Capital.
RE-ENLISTMENT OF MARINES
PBNNSYLVANIANS FIRST IN WAR
DESTRUCTION OE THE SECES-
Promotions to be from Volunteers.
JEFF. DAVIS RESIGNS
JEALOUSY BET WEE N DAVIS AND
Twenty-Seven Millions Worth of
COMMUNICATION OPEN TO WASHINGTON
THE POTOMAC PROTECTED,
New Lieutenants at Washington.
ENTHUSIASM OF THE TROOPS
Soldiers Enjoying Good Health.
lilk EIerECTS OF BLOCKADING SOUTH-
WASHINGTON, April 26
The city is quiet, and a feeling of greater
confidence begins to prevail among all classes.
There are now 15,000 fully armed and disci
plined troops in the city, a force sufficient to
hold the Capital against any numbers which
the secessionists can possibly concentrate at this
The Govertfment is supplying tbe people
with flour at $7 per bbl., while it is selling at
Baltimore at the rate of $l2 per bbl. The Gov
mit:vont has a stock of 30,000 barrels on hand,
which they dispose of at the price named and
only by a single barrel to families, in order to
keep down speculation.
The Capitol building has been converted into
one vast.store-house, where provisions, arms
l and ammunition are stored.
Before the city was perfectly safe, it was the
intention of the Government to have blown
up the Capitol and all the publip
rather than have. permitted them to fall into
the hands of the Secessionists. This alterna,
tive is now entirely unnecessary : owing to the
perfect safety of the city.
The marines at the Washington Navy Yard,
whose term of service had lately expired,, are
re.enlisting with the patriotic declaration that
qihiia, no Utileto2Arido4 the Government.
The Ringgold Artillertof Readirig, Pa., were
detailed for duty yesterday, and proceeded
down the Potomac to the vicinity of Alexandria,
where they destroYed several heavy embank
ments and the Materiel of several batteries.
This gallant corps is winning golden opinions
among the people and itrmy.ifficers gathered in
The War Department haajllablved only to
make promotions froin the tanks of the volua
teem 'to MI vacancies in the Army. Gen.
Canteron came to this conclusion, after. review=
ing the troops that have lately entered Wash
ington; and beholding among them so much
ardor, youth and patriotisin'.
Jefferson Davis has resigned the Presidency
for the time to the Vice Presldent, for the pur
pose of co-operating with the army of rebels.
He is reported to be very jealous of Beaure
Tba destruction of property at Norfolk, In
cluding the ship Pennsylvania, amounts to
over twenty-seven millions.
CoMMunication is now open between Nor
folk and Washington. The Potomac is cruised
by several U. S. vessels, which keep a strict
surveillance of the shore, and a most vigilant
watch over all suspicions craft passing up or
down that river.
Lieut. James Forney, one of the earliest ap
pointments of President Lincoln' has beep de
tailed for service at the Marino Barracks. Be
gallantly waived_his right of five months drill
probation as a new recruit, and is now &log
full service as an officer of his rank.
The enthusiasm here among the 'troops is
unbounded. They are all fired with a zeal to
defend the capitol, to punish the traitors and
vindicate our nationality. The Pennsylvania
troops are in excellent health and spirits. They
attract great attention, as do the troops from
New York said Massachusetts.
MORE TROOPS AT WASHINGTON
The Road Clear.
GEN'L KEIM IN WASHINGTON
BALTIMORE MORE FRIENDLY.
NORTHERN VESSELS SEIZED.
Reaction of Sentiment in Baltimore
MERCRANTS ANXIOUS FOR PEACE
PERRYVILIB, Did., April 26
The steamer Wyoming has just arrived from
Annapolis, which she left at 10 o'clock this
morning. Two transport steamers, Marion
and Montgomery, from New York, under con
vey of the brig Perry, arrived at Annapolis
during the night.
The Sixty-ninth Regiment, New York, was
disembarking when the Wyoming left.
The road to Washington was reported to be
Gen. Kelm, of Pennsylvania, had gone on to
It is expected that the 11. S. Frigate Consti
tution Would sail for New Yolk to-day. Her
midshipmen were all on board.
The communication with Baltimore is much
improved ; the steamer which left atone o'clock
this afternoon arrived here just as the evening
train was about to start for Philadelphia.
It was boarded in the stream by the Captain
of the Fairy, which brought the passengers to
PerryNille. Among the passengers going
North are five Maine timber men ordered out
of Virginia. They report that three schooners,
the Gen. Knox, Victory and Georgia of Maine,
had been seized in the Pakumka river, Virgin
ia. Canon had been placed on board the
Gen. Knox and the secession flag hoisted. The
men were ordered to leave on Saturday, and
placed under guard.
They obtained a pass from Gov. Letcher, out
of the State, but were stopped frequently ; at
Baltimore, being intercepted by the troops,
thy appealed to Gen. Trimble , personally, who
expressed regret that travelers were interfered
with, and protected their departure.
Intelligent men from Baltimore express con
fidence that the secession mob rule will soon
be overturned. The' leader of the Sun of to
day is regarded as a most favorable symptom,
and an index of future events.
A gentleman declared publicly in the parlo r
at Barnum's llotel,that the Secession flag would
not be allowed in that city many days. The
most indisputable'evidences have been received
to-night of a powerful reaction of public senti
ment in Baltimore. A gentleman whose ve
racity cannot be queationed, states that before
he left this morning he was gratified to see the
stars and stripes'flying over the Minute Men's
-head quarters and on butcher's hill.
The silence of the ITnion men seems to have 4
been more powerful than clamor would have
been, and the rabid secessionists have defeated
their own purposes. There a great feeling
among" thebnainessnien for the ifilatabitati•:
'meat-of tiade;and their Silent `6ollseiiliiistii is .
gradually changing to Cpen There
isno donbtas to this state of affairs. One of
fttant tinting) fiart.
Having procure - lite= Power Preens, we are
prepared to execute JOB and HOOK PRINITNO of every
description, cheaper that It can be dose at any other ell
tahlishmentin the country.
RATES irk' turViiii.TIBBIO.
oarrour lines or less constitute one-hall 2 0 1 1 1 re fife
hem or more than four constitute a sgnaror
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three mont hs
One 'vitro one day
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sirThasiness nonce; inserted In the .I.ecal Column, or
beforeldarrLegas and Deaths, FIVE CENSE PER rrN
or each iniertion.
agrlllarrfaitio and -Deaths to be charged as regular
the passengers left Washington at three o'clock
yesterday afternoon, when all wag quiet.
There was no news of importance. He had
heard nothing thereof the rumor that Lord
President for an
Lyons had appealed to
armistice - of si'aty days. Ho with the at
rival of the New York,regiment o the after
noon of his departure.
All the regiment were reported well. They
had built a bridge on the road and repaired the
rails. While the eighth Massachusetts regi
ment was moving to Washington, orders were
received to stop at the junction and guard that
The steamship Jamestown is being fitted up
at Richmond for a war vessel.
Four thousand troops are at Harper's Ferry
and three thousand five hundred at Norfolk '
and it is said that there will be twenty-five
thousand at Richmond by the close of the
TRAINS LEAVE BALTIMORE
AND PUT BACK AGAIN.
Aiiaid of the Federal Troops.
ARRIVAL OF THE NEW YORK AND MAS
TROOPS AT RICHMOSA
A. Schooner With Provisions Seised
Conservative Feeling Gaining Ground
The Baltimore Sun of this morning, received
here, sayer that a passenger train left for Wash
ington yesterday morning, but on approaching
the Annapolis Junction, found the Federal
troops lining tho road. The train put back,
the conductor apprehending that it would be
The Seventh New York regiment and part of
the Massachusetts volunteers took up the line
of mas*from Annapolis on Wednesday morn
ing, araing-at the junction at 10 o'clock yes
terday morning and left for Washington.
The train returtio to the Junction at four
o'clock, P. M., 'and again left with the Massa
chusetts regiment ; on the arrival of the Sev
enth Regiment at Washington, they marched
up Pennsylvania avenue to the President's
House, and from thence to the War Depart
Six thousand volunteers are in Richmond
ready for service. The Virginia troops a:
erecting a battery at Yorktown, ana another
three miles above Richmond.
The schooner Annie J. Russell with cargo of
wheat for a Massachusetts port has been seized
at Richmond. It is reported that troops at
Harper's Ferry have been ordered to another
point, and it is supposed will move to a posi
tion near the Capitol.
The Baltimore Sun has a leader which seems
to indicate that a conservative influence is
gaining ground in Baltimore.
The Sun emphatically declares that it is not
a secession paper, and says that the passage by
the Legislature of those powers is not vested in
it. It advocates the calling of a State conven
tion elected direetly from the people. The
same paper denies the stories of violence
to Union men in Baltimore.
ARRIVAL OF THE KEYSTONE STATE
The steamer Keystoiac State has arrived from
Washington with forty or fifty bags of mai
matter for the East and West, and despatches
and instructions to Mr. Adams, American min
ister to England, the whole being in charge of
Gen. Twitchell, of Boston. Colonel Bonne
ville, of the U. S. Army, is also a passenger.
The Keystone State was well armed to resist
an attack, but no attempt to molest her was
made during her iun down the Potomac.
Five thousand stand of arms were received
from Springfield, and forwarded to the Elmira
One hundred and ninety-tour companies were
enrolled at noon to-day, including the German
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PERRYVILLE, April 28
NEW YORK, April 26
ARRIVAL OF ARMS
ALBANY, Apia 20
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