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EXTRA.. TuesdayEveDiDg,Aprill6,1861 ' 3 1-2 o'clock P. M:. will FREEMEN AWAKE. RALLY AT BIRCHARD HALL, To Night. Our Country and our Lilierties are in danger. The citisens of FREMONT and vicinity are re quested to meet at Birchard Hull THIS EVEN INO at 7 o'clock for consultation, and to make arrangement for aiding the Government in its efforts to enforce the law and put down trcaaon. Party lines are demolished. Let every patriot attend: R P Buckland, Thso Clapp, Theo Burt, A H Long, H Everett, E F Dickinson, C R McCulloch M Gusdorf, Isaac Dry funs, 0 M Fouke, M A Kilter, W II Cloud, L M Jackson, E J Conger, K VndercMk, 8 P Meng, 1 M Keeler, P Close, H Anderson, H Lesher, II Stalcy, F N Gurncy, O A Roberts, Wm B Sheldon. H K Shomo, Wm St. Clair, A J Dickinnon, Jan Vallcttc, O W Vallette, I) S Camfield, P Maxwell, A Phillips, Geo Cleland, Wm Shrader, Jumps Kridler, L W Ward, Charles Choate, James Marshall, Jacob Lesher, John A Bradner, Leopold Gusdorf, Leopold Shewer, H W Imler, F Emerich, J H Magee, C A Baldwin, Julius Patterson, 0 B Tyler, Wm A Rice, R S Rice, Jamea Moore, G C Canfield, L. Canfield, D Betta, J P King, D W Krebs, P I Norton, Lyman Gelpin I) Garvin, John Quinn, J MBoUea, L Leppelman, B H Underhill, John Myer, F A Fitzgerald, Henry Kenyon, H Zigler, T II Bush, S Serpent, OeoShuman, M Binkley, F 8 White, Cha Krebs, A H Miles, S Birchaid, John W Graham. J W Wilon, 1) II King, C II Burton, W H OviutL IB Amsden, W Kcssler, Peter KeRslor, J Henline, r (Jiilley. F A Barnard, 0 U Burdick, M J Justice. J W Stevenson, E A PoKtwick, F A Curtis, F C Ripley, E Bush, J 8 Greene, I a men Park. Nicholas Iiowlus, 1) A C Sherrnrd, John L Greene, J r M E Tyler, W O Brown, 0 O Tillotson, M K ltawson, C Edgerton, K H King, C N Deal, M. Wee-stein, J. R. Bartlelt, J Dougherty, 8 Buckland, H W Buckland, David Bruner, P. Beau grand, Wm E Baynes, John Flaugher, J 8. Fouke, John M Kline, Oscar Ball, Wm Colby, Samuel King, John Pitman, Dan 1 June, Samuel Ourtis, David BUmpaon, D L June, A J Beery, J P Moore, John Bell, a Vice daya The will at to to in in Position of Mr. Douglas. Washington, April 14. Senator Doof laa c&Ilcd oa the President to-night. Hehadaa iatereetbif eosTenatton a the pretest condition of the country. The mi octanes of tt was oa the fort of Mr. Dong las, that while he wu sotterebly opposed to thoAdminletraUoaon all Its po litical lanes, he wu prepared to cactaln the President la the axe rciae of all his Conetitatlonal fnncUone to pi ecu ic the Union, aaaiotala the Government and defend the Fed- ml Caaitol. A In policy and prompt action wen noe Ccaarv. Tha Capital of oar country was la dancer and cmstks arointed at aUnesarfe and at uj expense of men and moaey. Be apokoof the present and the future with oat i canon cc to the pact. Mr. L loco la was very msch gratified with the Interview. "It is Brown," said a young fellow to a brisk brunette, "I have been to learn to tell fortunes. Just let me have your band if you please," "Lai Mr. White, how sudden you are I Well, go sod aak father I " FORENOON REPORT. Richmond, April 15. An ordinance of Seces sion will pass within two days. The Governor issue no proclamation till he receives an of ficial copy of President Lincoln's. The Gov has received notification of a requisition 3000 men. Manchester, N. N., April 15. New Hamp will respond promptly to call of President troops. The requisition has not been receiv yet, but as soon as it is Gov. Goodwin will prompt and active measures for complying it. It is not probable that an extra session the Legislature will be called. The State will tender two regiment to Government of one ns requested by the President. Montgomery, April 15. Prominent gentle in Virginia telgniphed to Montgomery that irgiuia w ill probably secede to-morrow. Gen. 1'illow has just arrived to offer Jefferson Davis division ot Tennessee troops. Every body is delighted with the encouraging news that Vir inia will unite with confederacy. President Da vis will vacate his seat at Montgomery. The President assuming bis duties, and will make his head quarters at Richmond in ten with Gen. Beauregard aa second in com mand. Uen. xtragg can take care of rensacola. foregoing is by authority. The Cabinet await President Lincoln's official proclama tion, before taking action, Pensacnla, April 15. Shot have been landed Ft. Pickens by the Federal fleet. Willmington, Del., April 15. There is no party in Delaware who favor the taking of Fort Delaware. TURN OUT, TO NIGHT! Let the demonstration at BIRCHARD HALL night be a rouser! Let every friend of his country and the Union, unite in the earnest proclamation of Fremonters' fidelity. We hope be able to say that not a Tory can bo found our town, and that every man stands by the Flag now insulted by traitorous conspirutors. AFTERNOON REPORT. Washington, April 15, A report whs in circulation thin P. M., that God. Scott had resigned, but meanwhile he was engaged with tbo Secretary of War and Adjutant General Thomas. Montgomery, April 15. The public hero are delighted tliat the uncertainty is at an end, and thai wo are now entirely justified ordering (bo invaders from our sou. No one feels a particle of doubt as to the result, and the only regret is that Presi dent Lincoln docs not head the expedition. Cleveland, April 16. Inneose meeting here last night. Mayor Flint presiding. Addressed by Senator Wade, R. P Spaul ding, D. K. Cartter, and others. Promi nent citizens of all parties present. Reso lutions adopted sustaining the Government, approving ibe President's call fir vol mo leers, recommending the Legislature to make ap propriations of men and money, appointing committee to ascertain the efficiency ot Cleveland military. The greatest unanim ity of feeling prevailed and the speakers were constantly interrupted by applause. Similar proceedings at large Union meet ing at Norwalk, last night. Adrian, Micb., 16th. A large and en thusiastic- meeting assembled last night on short notice, irrespective of prty. Reso lutions unanimously adopted expressing sympathy with the Administration, and recommending tbe Uovernor to adopt such measures as will enable Michigan to co-op- eraio wun oiuer niaiea id maintaining uie perpetuity of tha institutions bequeathed by our ancestors. Similar meeting held in Hudson. Memphis, Teno, 15. Id tense excitement her to-night and tremendous meeting ia being held. Memphis is ont of the Union. There are no Union men here. Cincinnati, 16. The citisens' meeting last night was an immense afiair. Men of all parties participated. But one feeling was manifested, and that was to sustain tha Stars and Stripe at all hazards. Great activity prevail among the mil itary, and the companies are fast filling their ranks. The Horse Guards for de fense of tha City will consist of 10,000 men, and ia fast filling np. The merchant have stopped shipping good to tha South.