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A - Monday Morning, 6 o'clock, May 6tli, 1861. EE X Our telegraph Report was very mcgre Ust, night, but we publish all that we have received. Subscribe for the Journal. 1 f you want a good paper, one that always contains the latest news; ails' gives correct price current of the Fremont market, and other local iaatters, subscribe fur the Fbkmovt Jouax il Our circulation baa now run up to nearly eleven huudred copies, but we are prepared to l'uruish any additional number f papers that way be wanted. Terms low; wily $1 50 per 5 oar, or 73 cent for six months. The Home Guards. rhi. n,...i.nv n..nei-.i ni. uin.ie tai.unUv last for their 6rst drilL About 100 men were iu hc ranks. They made quite an imposing up- pearance, aud went through the military exer- ics with great credit. A large concourse f people were present. The following are the officers of the Company, as far a delected: Capt. John BclL 1st Lieut. James Justice. 'Jd huU Isaac Knapp. 3d Lieut. B- P. BuckUuid. Knsign. F. I. Vortou. Orderly Sergeant. Samuel ThoiupMw. id Sergeant. Saxtun Rathbun. 3d Sergeant. Samuel Skinner. 4th Sergeaut. Oliver Mrliityre. The Company meet again for drill on next Saturday at 1 o'clock. Saturday's Report. JJem York, May 4. Superintendent Kennedy lias received a letter, Mating that there Ua thor oughly organised plan to burn New York, Phil adelphia and Boston, by cuttingoff the supplies water and then netting tire ut various points; also, states that men have been stationed at both Boston and Philadeh?hia for weeks, and 135 have been sent to New York to carry out their Hellish designs tliat although at first Jeff Davis disapproved of such a course ot proceedings, but since the President's proclamation now favors it. The letter is dated Louisville, and the writer ays he is an enemy, but will not fight with caiuphene and lucifer matches for weapons. Several well known Secessionists iu this city are closely watched, and considerable credence is piaceu in tue suuerneuc ana precautionary measures have been adopted by the police. Major Auderaon passed through Perryville yes erday and proceeded to Annapolis, eiiroute fjr Washington. At both places tie was receiv ed with marked attention aud passed through the line of troops with head uncovered. Baltimore quiet Fort Madison and East brook fortifications, commanding the bay and h'lrbor are in possession of Uove anient troops. The steamer Maryland landed some Massa chusetts troops from Annapolis anil large quan- t.ties ut stores at fort Ale Henry yesterday. The intelligence from Richmond is important. Considerable alarm ia said to exist there in con sequence of the activity of the Uuited States Government aud the unity of the North. It was believed in Richmond that Jed Davis has just notified the Governors of the Border States now acting in hostility to the General Govern men t to assemble at Montgomery, there to confer with the Rebel Government. The Virginia Legislature adjourned on the 1st until the llita of June, by which time it was ex pected that the returns of the popular vote on the ordinance of secession would be received. Gen. Marney has prepared an address to the people of Missouri urging them to stay in the Union, and that secessiou will prove the ruin of their State; and for himself he is ready to stand to tho last by the flag to which twenty stars are added since be entered the service. Washington advices last night were to the af fect that the war will be vigorously opened in a few days by demonstrations upon Alexandria and Norfolk. A movement on Haver de Grace was also ordered to take place yesterday from Terry vule. Three or four companies will cross the Bus quehannah with a battery of Artillery and occu py Haver de Urace. The The last movement will not De made lor two days. A strong force of carpenters and builders will be sent forward to Bush river to rebuild brid ges there. The bridges over the little and big Gun Powder rivers will be rebuilt as soon as sufficient military force is sent forward to pro tect the workmen. The bridgea will be comple ted by Monday next, and the road to Baltimore will then be open. Troops will be sent forward from Philadel phia to reinforce those at Perryville. It ia stated, upon reliable authority, in Wash ington yesterday, that there are only 1,500 Vir ginians at Harper's Ferry, and they are not half armed and short ol provisions. l.UW.UUU percushuin caps were seised yester day which Dad been ahipped for Charleston I also, a esse of revolvers at tho express office. The Government yesterday purchased two bat Tug to be converted into gun boat for service oil the Chesapeake. The World a Washington spiwial says the Al exandria Custom House and Post Office are to be taken possession of hooii by the Federal troops. It is contemplated to suspend all Southern mail next week. A report ia current that there has bonn a col lision between two vessels at the mouth of the Potomac; and supplies of Washington by up country roads have been cut off by the Virgini ans. A corps of telegraph operators is being or ganized to Reattached to the army. Tho . Timet savs the Federal forces are moving toward Baltimore, and that Fort Mellonry has beoo reinforced ' summed that Harper Ferry will be Mletl and Richmond invaded shortly, The Cumberland Monticello, Yankee and several steam tugs are strictly blockading u Loiters from Boston indicate that 1500,- 000 of the new loan will bo taken there. The Navy Department is to charter ten more steamers at New York, live at Phila delphia, and live at Boston . Philadelphia, May 4. N. Jersey troops in 14 propellers paused the cily to-day. Boston, May 4. Orders have been issued for four new rogiments of infantry. CoL Fletcher Webster's regiment will pro ceed to Fort Warren on Monday, 6lh, Annapolis, May 4. (500,000 specie has just arrived under convoy at Perryville. the steam ship Baltic will sail to-day tor Newport with families and professors of the Naval Academy. A fleet of steamers will also sail under convoy for Washington. The Allcghauy was towed from Ft. Mc Henty yesterday. She will be heavily arm ed as a guard ship for Annapolis harbor. The secretary of Gov. Hicki says tho ap pointment of a board of safety must precip itate that State into civil war. The major ity of the board are sworn to secession and are men of desperate political fortunes. The Governor may soon have to resort to Washington or tho Pennsylvania I i .to. Tho groat seal of the State is in Annap olis aod will be thrown into the Chssa poake sooner than than bo placed on the or dinance of sucessson. The absence of tho seal is equivalent to a veto. Cleveland, May 4. G.vs.0nrtain, of Pa Dennison ot O.. Randall of Wis., Blair of Mich., M trton of Ind., and ex-Gov. Conner of III., wore hore in conference last niht. Proceedings not known. Tliov were sere naded and aldrossod the people. Saturday Night's Report. New York, May 4th. The steamer Colum bia with the Albany Burgesses, corps Salem Zouaves, a detachment of 71st Regiment, and two 12 pound Howitzers for the 7t7i Regiment, sailed this p. m. The Post's special Washington despatches claim on Government authority that the Secess ionists have planned for a fierce conflict with the Federal troops that may attempt passing through Baltimore. Gen. Patterson has prepared allying Railroad Battery of Artillery for use on the Annapolis and Washington Railroad. It is reported that all Secessionists have been warned to leave Washington. The city of Washington an I Bararia sailed for Europj this p. in. They took out no specie. CapL Bugle has been ordered to the com mind of the frigate Cumberland. A letter from the interior of South Carolina says, that while the writer was absent at Charles ton, a fight with negroes occurred in his town. j They burnei four dwellings and eight stores in the town, aud four more in the vicinity. Bight negroes were hung, and a dozen more would soon be hung. The Secretary of the Treasury has instructed the Collector not to grant leave of absence to employees volunteering. They must resign or not volunteer. Jersey City Coist Guard seized two schoon ers loaded with 3,800 kegs and 1,160 bbls. pow der. Commercial's special despatches say armed vessels are stationed off Alexandria for the pro tection of fishermen who have been fir 1 into and fish taken from them. Frigates Niagara and Minnesota are ordered to sail immediately. It is said the President will demand the re storation of Oosport Nsvy Yard and Harper's Ferry. The Baltimoresnd Ohio Railroad offered Gov ernment the use of their rolling stack. Maysville, Ky., May 4. Maysville gives 690 majority for the Union. Thn Stars and Stripes float from nearly every building in town. Boston, May 4th. A sp-cial session of the Legislature called for the 14th inst. The funeral of the soldiers killed at Baltimore took place to day at Lawrence with imposing ceremonies. Washington, May 4. The Maryland legisla ture in their interview with the President this forenoon admitted both the right and the power of the Oovervineut to bring troops through Bal timore or the State, and to take any measures for the public safety, which in the discretion of the Fresident might be demanded, either by ac tual or reasonably apprehended exigencies. They expressed their belief that no immediate effort at Secession, or resistance of Federal au thorities, would be attempted by the Legisla ture or State authorities, and asked that in this view the State should as long as possible be spared the evils of a military occupation, or a mere revengeful chastisement for former trans gressions, the President replied that their sug gestions and representations should lc consider ed, but that he should now say no more than that the public interest, and not a spirit of re venge, should actuate his measures. The New York 69th Regiment will forthwith lie located in the neighborhood of Georgetown. The Coverninent has been officially advised that at the latest date no Commissioners from the Confederate States had presented themselves at the French Court. The State Department has instructed the new Minister to Paris, Mr. Dayton, to explicitly make known to the French Government that there is not now, nor has there been, nor will there be liny or the least idea ex isting in this Government of suffering a disso lution of the Union to take place iu any way whitever. W. H. Aspinwalland Cyrus W. Field arrived here to-day. Fort Kearney, May 4. The Poney Express Irom Ban r rancisco 24tn uru, arrived to-day. Business is a g.sid deal unsettled by the politi cal news from the East. The settler difficulty iu Santa Clara county continues. 170 men said to be in armed resistance to the enforcement of the decree of the Court ejecting settlers from Cheb.dlo Rauche. It is unknown what course the Government may pursue. Indians again troublesome in Northern counties, but rigorous, and so far successful efforts, lire being made against them. Wheeling, Va.. May 4. An immense county Union meeting was held here to-day. Frank Pierpont, of Marion county, G. M. Porter, of Hancock county, late member of Congress, ad dressed the people iu able speeches urging re sistance to the Secession Ordinance, and favor iug a division of the State. Resolutions were adopted approving the action of the merchants at their late meeting, denunciatory or Secession, and declaring ndhesion to the Union. Thirty four delegates were appointed to call a Conven tion of Western counties of Virginia, to be hold on the 13th of May. A large meeting of a similar character waa held at Clarksburg. Harrison county, yesterday. Rising Sun, Ind., May 4. The vote at Rabbit Pass. Boone county. Kv.. opposite this vilbure. for Crittenden fc Guthrie ticket was 114 out of 136 votes cast. Paris, Ky., May 4 This precinct give 375 majority for the union ticket. Bell's majority in November was 365. Indiampo'.is, May 4. The Legiature to-day passed a bill authorizing the Governor to call int. immediate service for one year, 6 Regi mants of Volunteers for the defence of the State. An additional appropriation of (1500,000 will be made for purchasing arms and placing the State on a complete war footing. About thirty companies of the State requisition are already here in camp, and balance win De Here by rues. lay, miking i? Kegimtmts oi federal and etaie tr.Kips. Cairo, ill.. Mays. lien, riuow, uen. ray and other prominent officers of the Confederate ar- ' i i i : my, aim a large nutnoer oi jnississippiana, ir Kansas and Tennessee troops, are at Memphis. Heavy guns are arriving there daily. Col. Prentiss, commanding officer at this point, just received the following despatch from three ol the most promin Mil citizens ol inncinnau: "G inerel Pillow has several steamers ready at Memphis. He meditates an immediate at tack on Cairo." Col. Prentiss replie 1: "Let him come; he will loarn to dig his ditch on the right side. I am ready." Baltimore, May 4. The Maryland Senate act Smvnling a Commutes or ruulic Balety const urud good as lost. The Union feeling is gain iug ground throughout the State. Workmen are actively engaged in repairing the Northern Central Railroad and meet with no opposition. People are rejoiced at the prospict of a speedy reopeuing of travel. Government seise 1 steamer running between Baltimore and Haver de Grace. Augusta, Me., May 4.-1300,00) loan offered the State at par, and at 4 per cent premium. Springfield, Mo., May 4. Hon. Phelps ad dressed the largest meeting sines the Secession excitement. He said that Secession was un constitutional, and believed in revolution only when evils so great exist that civil war is pref arable. He said that Missouri should not take part in a war between the North and the South without consultatjon with her people. He ap proved Gov. Jackson's refusal to send troops to aid the Federal Government. He exp ressedth hope that the Border States will act as media tors to stay the hand of civil war. He believed that the Military law of '36 and '37 should be re-enacted, as that entailed no expense on the State. He regretted Virginia had passed the Ordinance of Secession. He expected the peo ple of Missouri to stand firm against Secession, while he would bow in submission to the final ly expressed willof the people. He would vote against Secession. Mr. Bedford, Secessionist, of Arkansas, then spoke a few minutes, when judge Orr replied to Bedford briefly, demolishing him completely. Secession is declining in the country. Louisville, Mays. the vote ot Liouisvuie favor the Union candidates to Border State Con vention from 6 to 800. The Secession tieketwas some time since withdrawn. The Union vote polled supposed to be larger than any aggregate vote ever polled here. Hagerstown, Md., May 4. There is great re joicing here at the success of the Union ticket at t he special election lor members ot the .Legisla ture, Union candidate majority 4,000 at Cum berland. Great enthusiasm over defeat of Pub lic safety bill. Sunday Night's Report. Washington, May 5. Uen. Scott sent de spatches to Gen. Butler, at Annapolis, giving him three days to take possession of Relay House, nine miles from Baltimore. Butler re sponded that he would have religious services' there to-day. This is done to co-operate with Pennsylvania troops advancing npon Baltimore on the other side. All the bridges destroyed are to be opened by Weeesday next. Workmen are aided by the people. The Times Baltimore despatch says all but four companies of Militia have been discharged. A inembenof the Police Board admits the re ception of 2,000 rifles by the Baltimore Secess ionists from Harper's Ferry. Baltimore, May 5. New York 52d and Mass. 8th regiments arrived this noon at the Relay House, took possession of the tel egraph, planted eight howitzers on tho via duct, and invested the place. This gives full command of the road to Washington from the west Telegraph communication with Harper's Ferry out oft. Rumored this movement looks like retaking that place. Half tho members of the Legislature are in Baltimore; and if communication with Frederick is cut oSj they will not get there to-morrow. New York, May 5. Herald's special says Ellsworth's Zouaves, with the Rhode Island Artillery are ordered to Alexandria, Annap olis and Baltimore. Twety-ooe miles each side track of the B. & 0. Railroad, created military depot, commanded by Col. Butler. A Slight Difference. The traitor Confederacy proposed to have a loan of $15,000,000. It was announced with a great flourish as to be taken at par, at a premium, (to. It was all taken sev eral times, in several places. And the truth is, it baa not been taken yet and probably never will be taken. But the President of the United States calls for men and money. No loan is asked for, yet in 10 days time more than 1200, 000,000 are proffered without asking. Ins deed, all the mmey of tho North is ready st call. A slight differos.ee thist THE RIGHT TALK.—The Newport (R. I.) Newt reports the following: A correspondence, of which the following is the substance, is said lo have passed be tween Gov. Hicks of Maryland and Oov. Sprague of Rhode Island, on Friday or Sat urday of last week, by telegraph : Oov. ILclct to Oov. Spragtu: "I under stand you are about to proceed to Washing ton with the Rhode Island Regiment. I advise you not to take them through Balti more, and thus avoid trouble." Oov. Spragat to Oov. HUIcif "The Rhode Island Rigiraent are going to fight, and it matters not whether they fight in Baltimore or Washington.