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EXTRA.. Monday Evening, April 15, 1861. 3 1-a o'clock P. IVI. We have made arragements to receive and publish the telegraph rejKH ts. And shall give them immediately after their receipt. RICHMOND, April 13. In convention, Messrs. Carlisle mid Karly deprecated I he Notion of 8011th Carolina in tiring on Smnti - ami expressed devotion to the. Stars and Stripes. Secessionists lvplicd, zealously applauding South Carolina, iiml claimed that whatever the Convent ion dill, the State would go out of thi' Union. The Governor communicated a dispatch from Gov. Pickens, giving :m account of the born I'lirdniont, saying: MA furious lire is upon us I'mni Soulier. We will take the fort and i nn "ink the fleet. If the at tempt ib made to land trooi elsewhere, we can whip them. We have nearly seven thousand of the bent IriHipa in the world, and a reserve of ten thous and. We will triumph or perish. Let me know what Virginia will do." In the debate it whs said ihnt the Southern Army would pass through Virginia, and thous nuds would Join. Lamasite, l'n., April 13. The Slurs and Strite nre displayed in honor of Mrjor Ander son. Volunteers are being rapidly enrolled. IIai.ikax, X. II., April CI. The news of (lie lioiiituii'diiient. eiiuscd profound excitement. The Legislature passed resolutions that ihcy learneil with deep sorrow and regret of war nmotiir tln ir neitrhhois, and without expressing any opinion lliev idfrrcd praeis for a reciHicilialioti. 1'iAi.riMuKK, April A man mad" his ap pearance iti this city this morning wiili a sc.-'cs-sion cockade. He was pursued ly a crowd, ami had to Is-protected l-y the poliee. i:w YoltK, April l.'l. The ( uivcriinicnt i said to have chartered the steamship- 1'hilaih i phiaiinil Kricssnu. The former is lu-in rapidly rilled with provisions, army stores and iiitiui t ions of w ar. The latter is to he held in reserve for an emergency. Albany, April 14. ll is rumored that (juvcrii'ir Moignn received a dispatch from the President asking aid t'niin ttie Hi ale. New York. April 14. The Herald's dis patch snvs: "Lincoln received tlio news of Anderson's surrender with ihe remark, 'He wasn't surprised." Madison, Intl., April 14. A btrgo and enthusiastic; Union meeting wag held tast eight, and a number of patriotic speeches were made. The following resolution was pa-sed : Resolved, Thai we will with all moans in our power, maintain the Government and flag of the United St.itep. There are several military c mpanies forming here. Erie, Pa., April 14. The news from the South creates the most intense feeling. Men of all parties express their determination to stand ley the Government and maintain the supremacy of Ihe U. S. flag. All our vol unteer companies will offer their service to the Government to-morrow. Indianapolis, April 14. Gov. Morton is in possession of information from all parts of the State, indicating that volunteer com panion are being formed everywhere. Thirty thousand men can be relied on to rcbpocd lo any call fi r service to d fend the national flag. Buffalo, April 14. Accounts received from numerous eastern cities represent in tense excitement. The militia are volun teering their services and there is a gen eral determination to support the Govern ment. t'ort Kearnev. A nril 14. The PunvEx- preos passed at 1 P. M., with Han Fran cisco dates to April 3d. Jas. McDougal was again elected Senator on the second ballot. He received 77 votes ; all Republicans and moot of the Douglas men supported him. The President's Proclamation. Washington, April 14. The President's Proclamation says: Whereas, The laws of the United States hare been and now aro opposed :n wertl S'ataM br 0011 bins 'loot too powerful to be suppressed in any ordi nary way, I therefore call forth the militia of the several States of the Union to the, aggregate number of 75,000 to suppress said combinations and execute the laws. I appeal lo all loyal citizens to facilitate in giting aid to this effort, to maintain the laws, the integrity of the national Union and the perpetuity of popular government, and to redres w rong long enough endured. The first service assigned to the forces will probably be repossession of forts placos and property seized from the Union. The utmost caro will be taken, consistent with the object, I o avoid devastation, destruction or interference with the property ot peace ful citizens in mil rtnrt nl tiia emintrv onI . -v, u I hereby command all persons composing me aioresaiu comoinaiioii 10 disperse; witu in twenty day from date. I hereby con vene doth 1 louses of Congress for the 4th of July next, lo determine measures (Signed.) ABRAHAM LINCOLN, President By W. H. SEWARD, Sec'y of State. Cincin.n vt !, 15. The iiews of the surrender of .Slimier created profound sensation. The newspaper o:iie" last iii;d,t were besieged bv thousands eager to hear the news. The military spirit of the city i.- thoroughly aroused and the stars and stripe s wave from all public, and manv privale huildmir-t. The people to a man will su iiaiii tin administration. A home guard will l.e immediately nrjranied for the protection of Ihe city. Washington 11. The President has appoint ed Karl Kill as .Marshal of tlio Northern Dist rict of Ohio. If Ai.TiMoiti', l-'iii. The Union feeling is strong this itiorniii''. The .Minute Men organization of ifiOO strong, who have been drilling as a mili tary organization ever since the rresidential Klection. throw out the "brave old" Stars and Stripes this forenoon from their Head Quarters with the words: "The Union and the Consti tution." New York, April Iftth. The Times Wash ington eorrcsponccnt Rays the War Department is en-raged in calculating the quota of troops in the I lined States. Jew York will be entitled to ten regiments. No detailed policy relative to closing Southern ports is yet settled, but ur raiigemculHare making to cut off all communi cation by sea. Scott is actively at work calcu lating the disposition of the forces. The Administration has reliable information that the Confederate States propose, after redu cing fort Sumter, to inarch upon Washington with 20,00(1 men. Several additional compan ies of regulars are ordered to Washington. The express Washington dispatch gives n rumor that Scott lias resigned because his advice against reinforcing Fort. Sumter was disregarded. The World's Washington correspondent says a detachment of troops ure stationed on all roads outside of the city, and five volunteer companies ure in the Capitol, one at the Post office Department, and one at the Patent office. Two officers of New York Regiments have ten dered their commands. The present indica tions are thai Sumter will be retaken at all ha zards.' The Herald's siecial dispatches from Charles ton, says Major Anderson saluted his flag, form ed his command on parade ground, and march ed out 011 wharf playing Yankee Doodle. Dur ing the salute a pile of cartridges burst in one of the casement, killing two and wounding four. One was buried in the fort with military honors, the other will bo buried by the Caroli nians. The wounded men will be taken to Charleston. The Fort was burned to a mere shell. The guns on one side of parapet are entirely dismounted, and others split, and the gun carriages knocked to silintcis. Anderson is reported to have ordered his soldiers not to sight at the men, but to silence the batteries. ' Sumter has been garrisoned by the Palmetto guards under command of Col. Kipley. The fire has again broke out in the ruins of the fort and the engines have Ikk n sent down. Washington, April 16. Ten District of Columbia compauics have thus far been mustered into service, sixteen in all requir ed. The number of Federal troops herea bout amounts to 500. An offer has beuu made to the War De partment at Montgomery to take Ihe wholo lonn of ihe Confederate Stales, 116,000,000, at par, by parties in New Orleans.