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Thursday iMEorning, T o'clock, A.pril 25tli, 1801. X No extra will bo issued from llio Jourm al office to-morrow morning. The dis patches of Thursday night will Rppear in the paper. Tho three Companies of Fremont Vol unteers left for CampTaylor, Cleveland, on Wednosdny morning last. They left in good spirits, and with tho full determina tion to perforin their duty, and to give the traitors blow for blow. A Regiment of Volunteers, numbering 1,000 men, from Toledo, will pass through Fremont lo-dny on the noon train, ou their WBy to Fort Taylor. Home Guard. At a meeting of the Homo Guard last tiighl, a Committoo was appointed to pre pare a Constitution and By-Laws for tho government of tho Company. Another meeting of the Company will beheld at the Engine House to-morrow (Friday) evening. Wednesday's Report. New York, April 24th. A gentleman from Charleston ways it was the intention of the Southern Confederacy to march north with 50 or 6U,UO0 men, expecting 511,000 inure from Va. A case of rifles hound to Mississippi was found vestcrday on the premises of D. Pish, South st. They were seircd and he was arrested. An at tempt was made Monday night by the Captain of the Survey steamer Varinn to run her off South from the navy yard. The crew suspect- (1 something was wrong and informed the Com mander of the North Carolina, who put ber out of commission. Philadelphia, April '23d. It. is said General Scott feels con tident that sufficient force cannot 1 brought to capture Washington. Harrisburgh, April 23d. A merchant arrived here who left Baltimore yesterday, r. n. No attack had been made upon Fort McHenry thinks Federal troops can now pass the city un molested. He says there will not be a solvent merchant ill Baltimore in a week; Virginia inou y riO per cent, discount; said no Virginia troops on Arlington Heights; Maryland money refused at Hasrisburgh at any price. Havre de Grace, April 23d. Steamer Locust Point from Boston to Littlu Rock has been sei zed. Also, a large boat at Canton Station load ed with Saltpetre and Iniiestone, from Pitts burg and Cincinnati. No provisions of any kind allowed to be transferred from Baltimore. A passenger just from Baltimore says he heard nothing from Peusacola. When he left the city was ipiiet. Philadelphia, April 23d. Letter mail from Baltimore arrived nere this r. m. Defences of jiulilic'propi'ity at Washington has been strength neiL and the Capitol surroundeJ by hastily thrown up defences. It is reported that news of the capture of Fort Pickens, and serious loss of lite reaehed Balti niorv by Annapolis. Uiimored that martial laaw will be soon proclaimed in Washington. On Friday a lot of boys from Washington raptured a steamer at Alexandria and brought her to Washington. There was 2,100 stun. I of arms alsiard. Capt. Maurio disappeared from Washington Friday, and Capt. Scott was put in his place. Pennsylvania loan taken at par. Washington, April 21st night. A rivrlsiat, the George Page, was employed by the Virgin ians last night on secret service; some say for the transportation of troops and munitions of war. The Government hss received a message from tho Governor of T.'uii'ssw in reply to the demand for epiota of tr.mps. H . emphitieally Kays he will not comply, hut would r.tther fur nish 50,0J() mill against the North. New York, April 24. Gentlemen have arrived hero who lolt Montgomery on Sat urday. Davis was then there. Letter from Pensacola says that Major Tower of Mass., IS IU lliuunuu VI I uii L lUKfiin. Atlantic and frigato Macedonian had arriv ed said agreements had been made for an assault by 5,000 men on foot on tho very night its roinforcemont occurred. Tho at tack was deferred. Several steamers sailed last night and to day, with troops for various points. Seventh regiment arrived in Washington. Daniel S. Dickinson said in bis speech on Monday night, be hoped we would strike down in our might, and if necessary wipe the south from the face of the earth. It is stated that the secessionists have erected batteries two miles below Ml. Vernon, and at Indian Head twenty miles lower down tho Potomac General order from Gon. Scott, dated 19th, extends tho military district of Washington to Delaware and Pennsylvania, under Major General Patterson, who is or dered to post volunteers of Pennsylvania all along the railroad from Wilmington to Washington in sufficient numbers to protect the rails and telegraph. A letter from Washington in the Times ays Gen. Scott sent orders to Ft. Washing ington to destroy the rebel's batteries below Mt. Vernon at all hazards. Mr. Bartlett of the Evening Post, arrived last night from Washington Monday p.m. Ben McCullough was at Alexandria, with 2,000 Virginians. It U reported that the Presinent said to ths Baltimore deputation on Monday, that if the passage of the United States troops wore again obstructed be would lay the city in ashes. Four thousand barrels of flour bound to Richmond were seized at Georgetown on Sunday. In a letter from Secretary Sow ard to Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, who had rcqnosled tho President to send no more troops through that State and had also ab surdly proposed asking the British Minister at Washington to act as Meditator between thv rebels and the government. Mr. Sew ard replies that the peoplo of tho United States can settle their own cifferoncos with out calling on a European niouarchy to do it for them. It is rumored that all resigning officers will bo kept prisoners of war, or parlolcd. Louisville, April 23. A private dispatch says Cario, III., is invested by a thousand Federal troops, and 4,000 more expected soon. Cincinnati, April 24. A company of Se cessionists, 115 in number, loft Cynthiana, Ky., Monday to join the Confederate nrray. When tho train arrived at Frankfort, Ky., tboy wero ordered to show their flag, which they did, displaying a Secession flag from the window. Several stones wero thrown at itjwhcn tho Lieut, of the Company fired into tho crowd. Immediately the cars wero attacked by the citizds, and-boulders and paving stones ramed upon them promiscu ously. They finally got off with but little personal injury. Great excitement prevail ed during tho remainder of the day, and threats were made to tear up the track. The citizens declare that no more Secession troops shall pass through that place. St. Louis, April 23. Tho Democrat of this A. M. says that ben. Harney having received tho necessary orders, yesterday about 700 men wore enlisted under the President's Proclamation and received by and placed under the command of the offi cers of the U. S. Arsenal in this city. It is understood that 1500 men have tendered their services and will be exceptod. About 1300 troops are now in the Arsenal. New Orleans, April 23. The govern ment has information that 1500 Temiessee- ans are on their way to join the Confeder ate armv. Gov. Houston spoke at Galveston yes terday. Ho denied having communicated with Mr. Lincoln's government, and also denied that ho clnimod still to be Governor of Texas. Wednesday Night's Report. I 1 Harrisburg, April 21th. It is said provisions are becoming scarce lit Washington. Govern ment is supplying families with dour at $H per tibl. Military officers sav th 're are but little over 2,000 men lying at Alexandria, and that not more than half were armed. It is known by the Government, Gen. Beauregard would be in Richmond next Tuesday The 7th New York R 'gimetil is known to be at Auuapol s. Kail i more bed sent troops to intercept their march between Annapolis and the Washington Junc tion. Geu. Scott's pickets are gradually exten ding towards Annapolis Junction from Wash ington. G.mi. Seott will assist them at all haz ards, if they are attacked. The tith Massachu setts Regiment will force their way up the Po tomic if they couiiot return to Annapolis. All families who can get away are leaving as fast as pnsrtihle. A portion of the 10,0:10 arms shipped from the Springfield Arsenal, have arrived nere. The troops are now ready to march. New ork, April 2 4th. The Board of Su pervisors hus apropriated $250,000 to snpMrt families of Volunteers. Judge Betts, of the United States Circuit Court charged tha Grand Jury to-day, delining the crime of treason and consequences. It is stated that all niples and hammers of the arms at Harper's Ferry were safely removed before the conflagration. Fifty Uniforms for the South were seized at Brook lyn by the Police at different tailor shops, where they were being inide by ordor of a New York firm. The Persia is detained till morning to take out Lord Lyon's despatches. Among the passengers are Commodore Aulick, and the agent of New York, Pennsylvania and Massa chusetts, to purchase arms for those States. Van Buren, Ark., April 21. The Van Buren Press, the leading Union paper in Western Ar kansas, to-day hoisted over its office the flag of the Confederate States. Tha United States troops of Fort Smith evacuated tho Post last night, and ten (or the Indian country, state troops now occupy the Fort. Cincinnati, April 24th. Byron Young w:is ar rested last evening at the Spencer House by the United States Marshal on the charge of treason. Important correspondence was found in hi pos session. He will be examined by tha Uuited State Court to-morrow. Thiladelphia, April 24th. Massachu setts Ragiment'roached Annapolis Sua lay and found tha United Statos ship Constitu tion occupied by the Secessionists, they be ing engaged in converting her into a Bat tery. The Secessionists were driven out of the ship, and she was towed out into the stream by the Maryland; but after doing so, grounded. Soma guns were hoisted off the Constitution, and then she floated off, but tho Maryland then grounded and was fast whoa the 7th Regiment passed, and remained faat'when our informant loft. A gentleman has Arrived here who left Annapolis yesterday. Ho heard a report there that a negro insurrection had occur red in Anno Jlundell Co. Geo. Butler of fered the sorvicos of tho 8th Massachusetts Regiment to subdue the insurrection. Gen. Butler was taking measures to have the rails rclaid on the Annapolis road. They had been carefully taken up by the Rail road company. No difficulty was appre hended in again opening the road to Wash ington. Cario. III., April 24th. About 2,000 troops already arrived here. All quiet. Rnmor prevalent that a Regiment of Ten uessee troops aro marching to attack this point not credited. Feeling here very strong for the Union. Indianapolis, April 2 4 to An extra ses sion of the Legislature convened here at o'clock, this afternoon. Old officers resign ed, and new ones elected without regard party lines. Indiana recognizes no party; she is a unit for the Union. At the organ ization of the House a choir of Ladies and gentlemen sung the Star Spangled Banner. The House then adjourned and marched, headed by a band, to Camp Morton, to lis ten to an address to the soldiers by Hon. S. A. Douglas. Morecompanios arrived day. A sufficient cumber have been offer ed besides the quota to form ton additional Regiments, and still they come. Indiana can send into the field within one month 50,000 men. St Louis, April 24th. Enlisting Volun teers lias progressed rapidly for tho past two days, and thoro are now about 2,500 men m the Arsenal grounds subject to tho orders of the Secretary of War. It thottght that the entire four Regiments as ked for by tho f resident will be raised this county not withstanding tho refusal Gov. Jackson to comply with tho requi sition. A Company of Germans from St. Genevie county have offered their services. V. H. Blair, Jr., has been elected to and accepted a Colonecy in the 1st Regimont to-day. Tho report that troops have been stationed at Cario to obstruct commerce denied on the authority of Gov. Yates Illinois. The troops were sont there as more precautionary measure. A large Un ion peace meeting was hold at Jefferson ci ty last night. Speeches made by Ex-Gov-ernor Stewart and Gen. Brico. The reso lutions recently adopted at Louisville pass ed unanimously. Also a resolution in slruclin delegates to the State Convention to "support and vote for the principles ex pressed in the same. Columbus, O., April 24. To till yewnpnpers in Ohio: The follow ing special ordor was issued im tnedately after the passage of tho bill regulate Telegraph Companies: Adjutant GeneraFa Office, Columbus, Ohio, SPECIAL ORDER, NO. 81. All Captains ami other Il'cruiling officers are bv act of the General Assembly of Ohio, this day passed, prohibited from enlisting accepting as volunteers in the active mili tia of the Stale, any persons known to telegraph operators, or other persons whoso ongagements with telegraph companies are emed bv such companies lo bo indispens able to tho efficient control and working their apparatus and line of telegraph, ex cept by sjvcinl permission of tho command er-in-chief. By orders of the tjomnvioder- H. B. CARRINGTON, Adjutant General. Now York, April 24. Dr. Sb and Daniel Fish have been arrested for treason; the former for enlisting troops, and the lat ter for furnishing arms and munitions the southern confederacy. Twenty-three southern cadets have West Point in consequence of refusing renew the oath of allegianco to the United Slates. The ship Lalla Rookh, of Richmond, Me., lying in Lynn Haven Roads, has probably been seized as a prize to the Southern Con federacy. A Norfolk pilot took ber thro', and refused to take her to tea again. A sailor has been arrested in Elizabeth, N. J., for attempting to get up piratical expedition in favor of Jeff Davit. Direct advices from Annapolis by letters and travelers, to 4 o'clock yesterday P.M., say, the 7th N. Y., and 8th Massachusetts regiments were there. A large force of se cessionist lay between there and Wash ington. Communication is perfect to An napolis. Government ha seized all VA'soW between there ahd Haver de Grace. The dopot is occupied by throe companies Maasaobusct troop. lien. Uutler declarer! that as soon as the troops arrived wbioh left New York Sunday P. M., he should march to Washington. The frigate Consti tution ia manned bv a com nan v of Massa chusetts troops, and can level Annapolis with ber gun. 2 to to isjnal. This doubtless looks to the destruc- in of is of a to or be j of for to of Mr. Sirainton the Washington correspond ent of the Times who left Washington yes terday A. M. says a rumor having reached Virginia that Lieut. Gen. Scott, was about to resign as general in ohief of the United States, a Judge Robinson, an old personal friend and class mate of his came to Wash ington on Sonday from Richmond to offer a commission as commander-in-chief of the foroesofthe confederate States. After learn ing the purport of his errand, Gen. Scott in terrupted him with a declaration that if ha went any further in making such propo sition to him, he, Judge R., would not be permitted to get back to Richmond ; adding that having sworn to support the Constitu tion of the United States, he realised all the honorable obligations of that oath, and of course should observe them. Mr; Siminton says he learns from good authority that the N. Y. seventh regiment marched over from Aoorpolu to Washing ton on Monday night. Citizens of Maryland and Virginia are positive in their protestations that there is not the slightest design on tho part of those States to invade the Foderal Capita); they are probably not advised of the purpose of Jeff Davis and other disunionista. Gen. Beauregard is reported to have ar rived at Richmond on Monday, and was be lieved to be reconnoitering in the neigh borhood of Washington, for the furtherance of their plans. lhe secession authorities yesterday or dered Major Tilgman, commandeer of the militia of the eastern shore to take possess ion of the Chessapeake and Delaware Ca- Hon of that work as means of transit for troops. Tho Union men of Coeco were en deavoring last night to effect measures to protect the oanal. Tho Times says from Raleigh authority, that tho 7lh reglmont landed on Sunday morning at Annapolis, at the same time with a Massachusetts regiment About 2,000 rebels were collected partly armed, and having howitzers to oppose their land ing. Tho regiment formed with Massa chusetts regiment and marched straight through the opposing force. They were not molested. Nowbryport, Mass, April 24. Hon. Ca leb Cushlng at a flag raising to day addres sed the citizens of this place. He was for tho Union under any or all passible circum stances and against all its foes. His whole affection was with Massachusetts, and not friend or for should separate him from her. He was ready on tho field of battle to live or die in her defense or that of tho Union. Havre do Grace, April 24. A gentle man passed hern from Baltimore this A.M., who stales that Fort McHenry was certain ly reinforced with 600 mon. Also, that the Baltimorians had blanted cannons to wards her. The Commander ordered them removed, which was complied with. Sub sequently another cannon was pointed at her on another sid", which was also removed. It is stated that an agreement had been en- tored into between tbo authorities of Balti- more and tho Government for the rebuild ing of the bridges at the expense of Balti more, and the road would be in running or der in ten days. Boston, April 24. Steamer Spaulding arrived this A.M., and reports that they ar rived at Fortress Monroe Saturday morning. There were 800 regulars in tha Fortress. Tho State of Maine with the 4th regiment arrived soon after. The troops were trans ferred to the U. S. sloop of war Pawnee. Left Fortress Mnnroe Saturday night. The troops were in good spirits, all well and ea ger to be at the post of duty. Twas re ported that about 6000 Virginia troope were in and about Norfolk, and more were arriving. Capt. Hone reporta that the Vir ginians talk or storming the Fortress as that r . , i . i : . . i. - is tne oniy powioia wmj oi taiiug it, uw, however, will be no easy matter. The Government has given notification to tha residents in the vioinity, of impending dan gers, and they were hastening away. The Virginians think the Fort can be taken, but calculate upon a groat loss of life. Tha Caprain of the steamer Spaulding reporta that there had been no reinforcement of Ft McHenry, up to the time of his leaving on Sunday. There were about 100 regular in Fort McHenry. Virginian were erecting batteries at StowoU's Point, opposite the Fort,aud overlooking Hampden Roads. Capt. Hone reporta the light house at Cape Henry not lgbted. He who is passionate and hasty la generally hottest. It ia your old, dissembling hypocrite of whom 70a should beware. Thar ia no de ception in a bull-dog. It ia only tha eur that sneaks up and bite you when your back ia turned.