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Davenport Daily Gazette, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1861, Davenport, Iowa k ETTP i SANDERS OFFICER-POST OFFICE BRADY STREET. TERMS-SIX T30LLA-RS PER YEAR i VOL. VII. TUESDAY APRIL 1861. IDE DAILY GAZETTE. 8IIPRKHIO COURT. It. V. Clint JU.TIOB. Y TELEGRAPH OF PAPER OF THE CITY 1801 The Dully Davenport WM tho and until qttllo the only per in tlio Htutfl of printed on u tUeatn ro Its circulation 10 tho largest of any in I State. nppreclato thiwo our columns amply ILo us FOR TIIKGAZK'I'WC. AUD Now JfcttongUI It M. PotUnglll No. fl Btato tt. No. 63 Dearborn UiLKB G. _ LET IB 82. Wljlltngtond WbUiiig vs city of Ut. I'luas- Uenry co rovtrned. f.9U. a 1'rlnts T8. Cbeny fe Town MoDonaM VB. Uoo. Gray.Kuokukcoun- iun iiutxa fi. B. Alaiaakoe ruvtMttbii. N. Koloo VB. J. B. ISly Alanon Williams Boott'a Tolk Jowutt Itoot vi. Smart fit Scott uQIrnuHl. 767. Mansh VK. OJoOdrell St. J. L Polk coun- esprcttlyfor 110 tit from cacti .Mute. Tlie Diflerent States Responding the Call of Hie President. to April Tlio President has appointed Karl Bill as LOCAL MATTERS. SBB ADVERTISEMENT of A. hair jewelry exhibition at the Burtis House. dispatches issued In our extras will be found on the aud the fresh dispatches on this page- II. IL SMITH has received now styles of cloak thread mo- hair mitts and best makes of sMrliug clrcsa 683- Mr. K Vanloon ol Uro. n Loo affirmed. co ilartibrd Bauk liaaiptou Job neon uillrmcd. Itoono iifllrtncil F. guardian Dubuquu aBlrmed. Hi. ve. John Louisa Marshal of the northern district of r vv ASIIFN t 11- A B. Looko otal Eliurts arc still making to concentrate tlcnry couu- a military force in and around 1 to be prepared for all emer- gencies. Information continues to be received from private sources of secession plots in various in view tho seizure of the public James ftf. ono of our after an absence of two years returned to this city yesterday. He expressed himself as satisfied to remain a citizen of consider in it good quarters. _. _ _ _ h B THE LAST two days of fine weather been very acceptable. Tho roads are rapidly dryiog and the farmers aro uow In seediog. A few more such days would bo a blessing indeed. _.-------- and even tho persons of the highest officers flrmod Q' B yi of thc' government Though these accounts C14. kitoboil Co. VB. J. MoMUJm ot Ciilcfcuww aro not generally credited they aro believed L. uiflo W. aud hence the precau- aflinnoil. tionary movements. At all even they Scott conn-1 are considered no cue knowing what turn events may take duriufi the pre- valent excitement. Koads and avenues A. J. ro- i to Washington are closely watched. J. K. B. vB. nnd C. Tllmnn O. J. Dnbuquo City aUhiitod 2. nrnoa Black II. Loo reversed. Clilett Co. V8. Dullus April Senator Douglas called on the President' to-night. He had an interesting converea- VB. Frowoat j tion on the present condition of tho couu- try. Ho opposed to the Administra- K. Cox VH.Sarah McCuiiough tien on all its political issues lie was pre- sOlriueit. pared to puetflin tho President in the excr- i.of Clear 745. Tp. of ve. tp ton cise of CoDstUutional functions to Jotopti Brown vs. Thop. Delaware coun- preserve the main tain the Govern- _ and defend the Capital. Firm policy Smith vs. b. Taylor Kulnes Co. reversed. it Tluibern-nn L. Altman would inform his tomers and all others wishiug that he is cow delivering daily to all who may desire admlttwd topraoUoeip thmcourt. Orders left at I. D. Rugglea' flour aud feed opposite ILe LeCIaire or with Ihe will be attended Lo promptly. and prompt action- were necessary uur couutry to ta dangwj and GREAT The notices given that extras would be issued from the offices here at 11 o'clock yesterday morning roused GOOD FOR TUB MAJOR lelegrapu dis- patches say thai Maj. iu surrender- ing Fort sainted the stars and slripes and Lhpu marched out to tlio tuno of Yankee Playing that tune must hove seemed the present and referring to the past. Mr. Lincoln was very much gpatitied with tbe interview. Official advices from Montgomery intl- Ibe people. ..All sorts of rumors were mfttc Uiut Uju Conredorate Congress on re- iiud the most promioent was that Fort Sumter afc once declaro war against bad not surrendered. Everybody bad seen the U.S. somebody who had heard such a man ft is believed that in tho act a distinction that his neighbor had heard talk of will be made between alien friends and alien to tho conquering traitors like a kick In tho rear. a dispatch received saying HO aud enemies Urn former including Swiss BELL company will VQ one or two of their delightful performan- ces in thin city as will bo aeou by notice. They have the name and fame of being n first rate and will donbttoss draw large Their performances will be a very agreeable variety. ODTSIOR of the war excitement everything appeared dull yesterday- In tbis excite- ment engrossed everything elae. But tilings were quiet in the afternoon. Our farmers are loo busy or preparing to 'go to to come- to town. Until they get through our alreets will not appear very animated. of States aud euch citizens oi the North asop- Lougbefore.il o'clock the street m front of Q All obligations to this class aro as much to bu respected as though' in times of peace. April 10. Ten District of Columbia companies have Lho Postoffice block eus in a great atate of Appointed the hall of tho offices waa and people stood ou tho stairs lead- to the third story to gel ibo grab thus far been mustered into Bervicc-lG in ill if at tho Extras. Ahout Una time of of s hercabouta tho practiced a pretty effectual amount to aboat He rushed out of tbo office with a Ojfer ijas bccn uiado to the Treasury of the lofL-ovor extras of the day previ- ttt Montgomery to take tho whole loan oi was surrounded. Wen literally piled tbe Confederate at Torrlflcnlly Cr f April 14. The stoainer Niwhvillo from Now arrived here at 3 o'clock Saturday morning. An eye-wituesB of tbo firing night says it was torrilically and reached its climax at 10 o'clock at when the sky was overcast by ntiti clouds streets were filled with people nearly all nigbtj alao covering house shipping and every available plnco. Towards morning tbe lire diminished. A few ramdom shots only weroft fired and re- plied to occasionally by Slimier. When the lire and smoke were firet seen issuing from Sumter it wna supposed to bu only a signal to tbe which were in thu apparently blockading tho as they uiaincd quietly at anchor. Every one anxiously waited to sec what tho vessels would add fully expected the engagement would become At 10 o'clock A. M. Sumter was plainly to be on .fire. Tho flames are bursting tbrough tho roofs of the houses within it at this time. v JUaj. Anderson scarcely fired while boom shells and grape scattered like hail over and drove tho soldiers under cover. Tbe irou battery at Cuimuing's only yards from kept up a continuous firo from rifled canuon. Tho fire from the floating battery and Moul- trie waa regular and accurate. The sand battery was scarcelj' injured by the weak fire kept up by Anderson. Scarcely a mis- sile from this battery missed The floating battery proved Every shot from it told tin Shells from tho mortars at Ht. Pleasant battery were thrown with great precision while Fort Sumter waa on tire. Maj. An- derson wag obliged to cease his cannonading and direct all his efforts to put it Twice he but to do this his men had to go outside tho walls and pass water through the being exposed to a terrible lire. This waa not resorted to till the Fort was on fire the third and the flames had increased to an alarming extent. After a few moments he ordered them in and shut tho as tho Rmoke waa too thick to work them. At noon tho flames burst from orcry part of aud the des- truction was complete. From Cliartoatou. NEW April 15. Thii IferaltPs special dispatch from Charleston says Anderson saluted his formed his command un the parade ground and marched out on tbo tho drum and life playing Yankee Doodle. A pile of cartridges burst In one of the ous. each other to got an eitra. Ono extra yhirled up the air llie wlud was S0ed by a and ono man knocked down on all roads outside the capttol and two In the Bcrarnblo when came wilhin reach. companies aro in the one Tho crowd deLecled Iho and George Lt the Postoftioc Department and one at the noon tlie members of the tiro department attended tho funeral of Mr. Henry lalo n member of Rescue EuRino Co. No. who died of Tho deceased wait about 30 yearn of age nnd a cooper by trade. lie leaves a widow ati'l two lUt-lo children. The funeral cortege was lead by Slrnsfjer'a Union and was under tho Marahalahip of Assistant Engiuoor Miller. C APT. BOH our. enterprising re- rolurncd after a nearly two wcoU'u absence SU Louis and Cincinnati. lie reports a tremendous excite- ment at tho former and great activity among tho who appear to havo control of and are nightly Tho Germans nre not merely to defend themselves but to protect tfio stars and r atripoe. In Ciuciunall ho fouud hut few r 0 sloped. Finally tho extras did como and Patent Ofilce. Two officers of New Sunday after-1 was 14 m linwnM1.. i regiments have tendered their com York egtiuents havo tendered tbeir companies. Tho present indicationn are that Suuitor will be retaken at all hazards. April 1C. Gco. N. Sanders Uas telegraphed the fol- noarly half an hour before tho carriers could supply those blocking np the staira and gang- ways of tho and thus get to Lho streets. They soon supplied tlio people and terwarda Lhoso of Rock Island. The steamer To Augwt Mayor W. L. Ewiug laid nearly two hours at One hundred thousand wharf tho JHSUO of these extras be- morcinury soldiers cannot occupy and hold foro proooediug ou her trip U ia worthy of Ponsacolii. The entire South under arms Democrat and Gazette offices qulckfy united in issuing this extra. May. it betoken arm8 8tatidiug by the Southern a perfect unity of feeling and action between pc0pie not he held responsible for Lin- tho offices during tho war. coin's acts. State sovereignty is fully rec- ---------_------------- Protect your social and coinmor- KIVEK the past twenty-four tjcs Black Republican hours tho river lias raiaod about four iuclies. federal iiggrcssion. Pennsylvania by her of and from ap- legislature should repudiate tho war action. 'Tho commerce of Khode inland and New Jersey is when distinguishable. Hoist your lliig. U. N. SANDERS. When Major Anderson's quarters wcro ift pearancos auch ia likely to bo some time. Ycntcrday looming the Kate started down for Montroap. The W. L. Capt. LEFT Aleck one of onr most enterprising young living a few miles from tho has bcou absent several mootha ou a visit to his relatives in Eon laud. A friend who went with Mr. Jos. baa and informs us Alack will re- main in England- He haa had tho offer of a very responsible position with a handsome in connection with a manufacturing yood an offer to be re- even by an Iowa farmer. Ilia many friends iu Davenport will regret this delormi- while glad lo hear of his prosperityi THE wcathor of tho last few days is furnishing a opportunity to the from St. and Bay Capl. Gen. Hcatireganl sent offers ol from Pitlsburg passed bound for St. Paul. assistance before the white flog was run up. The Hawk noon a gentlemanly and competent Tim following is formal call on'tlio passed bound for Ht. 1'aul. assistance ueloro tue wmto nag was run up. lawk-Eye Stole arrived yesterday after- Senator. VVigfall received tfac of MHJ. r n T nr and returned it to him. at a in charge of Capt. I. M. .ft ofl. Charlcstoii.. who takes Cftpt. Dick Cray's place for a trip rcSpL.clivo State Governors fur _ _ _ UH. J the commnn- Sir LUC act oi congress ior cau- out military to oxecutu the luwa -of llii tlO I _ tlie to suniirosa insurrection iii- Ins vngionj M ycbruary or to allow Ihat gentleman to vi.sU Pcnu- issued tbrough tbo War Department to- sylvonia. Anmor ihat. he has gone to report himself to Qov. the comman-1 Sir .'-Undor the act of Congress for call- dor-iu-chief of Iho PtmiiHylvai readf to tako Iho Held with Capl. Gray being really a Colonel. Tho j bonor Lo request your oxcullen- Ilawk-Eye with a bargo to Cy to cause to bo immediately detailuU from made tho run from St. Louis to DnvcnjKjrt in the militia of your tho quota desig- nated by tho 'table to serve as infant- ry or riUemen fur a period of three months or sooner if discharged- Your excellency to mo i the time 43 hours. DP 0SAQE.-This nvor is bank farmers of our who are availing and Capl. yielding to tbp request wm J _ V _ 4 solves of U lo pnt iu their seed. Thoir sence gives a dull appearance to tlie of tho merclianta up iu that Jiaa wliicU your qnota will bo cxpecto.i loaded the-Belfa-st and was to lesivo St. Louis at its it will be mot as soon Is consi.Ieral.ly relieved by expecting to be absent two possible by an officer or ofiiccrs to muster t i the the number of ladies on the streets drawu out by the pleasant weather to to their cuatomavy shopping. Flowers and shrubbery are growing the buds on tbe latter giving abundant promise of a fine show. Though our spring promises to fully compensate ID fruits and flowers for its tardi- ____' STEAUSO head carrier ia de- termined io some manner to stop the stealing of papers. This has become a decided GUI-. Ho DOW reward for the arrest and viction of any one He some freight which he left up the.-e it into the tart yet to deliver got a trip1' and at good prices. This make up for his bad lack lost yean ILLINOIS will ministered officer and Tho mustering officer will bo instructed to receive no man under the rank ol com- missioned officer who is in years apparently over 45'or under or who Is not in pby- _______ sical strength and vigor. The quota to Gov. Yates left this city State is as New where bo will affix the gVeat Uampshu-e Vermont Rhode Con- Jald.State.to bis calling the Legislature together for the purpose of 1 regiment b hill inftkinc tho an- i North 'ien- of militia bill and 17 C Itis a necessary and patriotic move- dcr There is a chance for somebody to pick np five I and we are mistaken in the character dollars before breakfast. Tho carrier has his of the people of Illinois if they do not re- r eje on a certain individual living on Harris .pond to it with a of alacrity that tl J I rfmihtAri oincers unu WLII ui uu tutai n nB t of above and also on one between Mam and Harrison on Third who if not soon overtaken by a moral affecting their manner of getting late will find'themselves in companionship with better men than themselves iu the county ALL PARTIES in the North appear be throwing aside party and uniting in'support of the Government. This is as it should be. It is no time now to talk of par- will astonish the traitors who have doubted their fidelity tb tbe Constitution and the Dlnpfitch to Chicago THbnno.l April 14. The President is calm and but up'to the great requirements of the Crisis. ft is believed by all who come with- in his influence that ho will Jack- son energy and promptness. Every member of the even Mr. is now for crushing thu rebellion at all hazards. In pai ty has ties. Thia is .not a BgUt between a-Hepabli- down before tbo can Administration and bnt be- tween the Government and traitors seek ins to j destroy it. Let parly feelings be laid and all nmtft in sustaining tbe Government. as will be seen by has thrown party arid pledged .himself to tbe President In favor of firm action. Let tbe followers of Douglas. take .this Republicans by hand roulual pledge I fm f _._ excepting tho few secessionists are for sus- taining tho Administration. MAKRIED. At tlio restdenco of C. Burwell In this OD i NKIC U. ihUoity. City Orders for IN CORPORATION OUDEU8 can obtain them by an parly appll- to stand hy 'Ihe Government. No man la I ai oouotinK room. -wprtby of the name of 'Democrat who do this. Ho is a 'and' ebbuid tfc. .1 i. spqrned from the ranks of those he or Fetry. BUSHELS CHOICE PEACH- BLOW POTATOES ID ttoro and for Front etroet Recalled out is remainder of the under the President's will be composed of. troops in the District of Columbia. Hon. Jno. Co'vodo offt-red Gov. Curtin of the loan authorised by Pennsyl- vania to equip the troops ordered by. that A delegation of Pittsburg merchants have made a similar tender. at c-i April M. is still much excitement about the Palmetto Flay office. The whole square' is blocked up with people. Tbe Mayor and police have of tho building. A largo American flag is suspended across tbe street. Somo damage 1m been done to tbe interior oi the office by the mob. It would have been entirely torn but.for the-in- terference of tho Mayor. .ALEXANDRIA. Va.. April 12. f VLB f 4 P m 'A meeting was hold hero'to fo'fm'a borne gnant.- jResqlutions to resief ubrtbcrri aggression'were adopted. .Scvcraf speakers advocated a e cession. Others argued iu favor of a convention to unite killing two aud wounding four. One was buried in the fort with military the other will be buried by the Tho wounded men will bo taken to Charleston. Fort Sumter was burned to a mere shell- Tho guns on one side of tho parapet arc en- tirely others split and tho gun carriages knocked to Andorson a reported to have ordered not to sight the but to silence the batteries. Sumter has been garrisoned by tho Pal- metto under command of Col. liip- oy. The tic o has again broke out in tho ruins of tho fort and tho engines bare bcea sent to extinguish it. From New NEW April Washington correspondent Tho says the War Department is engaged in calculating tho quota of troops in each State. New York will be entitled to tcu No detailed policy relative to the closing of ports is yefc settled but arrangements aro making to cutoff com- munication by sea. Gen. Scott is actively at work calculating tho disposition of tho Tho Administration has reliable informa- tion that the confederate states propose af- ter reducing Fort to inarch on Washington with mwi. Several additional companies of regulars are ordered to The Washington despatch gives a rumor that Gen. Scott has resigned because his advice against re-inforcing Fort Suintcr was disregarded. NEW April J5. A special Washington dispatch to tho intimates that such orders havo been sent to Lieut. Slammer that he would prob- ably open lira without waiting for nn at- LATER FKOM EUROPE. Arrival of Steamer April J5. Tbe Steamer Fultou arrived this morning from Suutbamptoo. quo- tation hardly provisious dull. TLe Emperor of Austria bos rejected tbo Democratic programme of tbe Hungarian wbo demanded absolute separation of tbo Hungarian administration from that of Austria. The Emperor intends abiding by tho reforms already granted. Riots took.place m Russian Poland. Queen Victoria will receive tbe ambassa- dor of tbe King of Italy. Et itf rumored tbat Garabaldi requested bis officers to assemble iu 14 days. Garabaldi hold conference at Guira ou tbe 2d inst.j with Victor EutanuoK RUSSIA. Tho concessions granted by tbe Czar had. April Political differences hsvo been and tho universal sentiment of cities and Stato is to defend to'tbo last the flag of tho union. Volunteers to ibe number have already tendered thbir rmi.r from ac the Adj't General's office. Geri..B.- F.I. -----_ _ _ __J .n. Reward. HEAD CARRIER OF -THE DAILY doors of Butler Las tendered bis services with his entire brigade. i f From Sim JDbmingo. NEW April 14. Advices from Sac Domingo say tbe sur- render of Ibo Republic to Spain took the people tiy and was bin ted there will ho a bloody retribution. Tho English and French p rotes tod and struck their tings. Dp to tbe 22U our representa- tive made no move. METROPOLITAN HILL. Union Meeting Volunteer Korining. April A large and onthnaiaalic Union meeLioff was noc given tho military still be- held last at which the rose- ing concentrated. rluljLoo was Tbe Austrian Gazette says upwards of 250 I That we all the means Hungarian volunteers have gone lo Naples.. in maintain tho Government and The Duke of Newcastle has been ap- the Un.ted fatatea. pointed Governor General of India. I Hoveral volunteer coinpan.es are form.og. Sous Barker report that with further arrivals of foreign oats and flour the market opened very quiet for all articles. Prices of wheat about as on but easier. There is a reported rising in Portugal in consequence ot tho oppressive tavation. Wearing mourning m Poland is becoming general. eeb er t hy ft cr OfiCEBItATED SWISS BELL-RIME JRS. WH-LGIVE Tnro -U GET ThurvtJEftj- 4v Arrival of Pony FORT April 14.' The Pony Express passed at 1 o'clock P. SAN April A. ON WHICH TAINMENT Will iu an eminent de- McDougall ajrain elected Senator on tho 2d- naUout cannot Ho received 77 votes. All Republicansand most of Douglas men supported him. from tbo ihoat popular pi-rforinod by thum on tlioir beaut ifal BKLt-31 SKA- BHELL3I SEC-VEK CORNET AHD STRONG Making an entertainment for mntloal cornbi- Let every one wUb'TrouId aao their acknowledged ombracs opportuBiiy. Boar in mind tbat thla company aro ORIGIN 8WIB8 Coudltlouof Portft Delaware And April 14. Tho reported project to Fort Dela- ware causes much cxcitemeDt. It is now commanded by Capt. Porter of who.it is designs to resign if Virginia YorK1 Preparing- April'15. Gov. Morgan scht-a message to the Leg- islature on the proclamation.' Ho earnestly urged the Legfelatore without delay to confer tho power to 'embody and and equip tho militia forpublic'defense. 26 Chliaren under IS of cents. ...Doors open at ToViock. Concert oommonoM April Fort in is in a dilapidated condition. It is in charge of Sorgt. Bromly and ono man. The naval magazines adjoin- ing it aro in charge of .Mr. a vete- ran of GO year's service. Volunteers aro making preparations so as to be ready to respond iostautly to the call of tbe Governor or Two new regiments are to consist of meo to arm which a portion ot the ytate appropriation will be required. Our volunteers never have been properly sup- plied with and frequently new com- panies had to borrow guns from others bet- ter supplied to parade with. Major Henry oilers his services if a call is mado by 'the Governor. April JefT answer to President-Lincoln's proclamation is rough' and curt. is as Sumter is ours arid nobody is hart with Paishnm and Petard. We tender to old Abo our Boaurcgard. OP LETTERS OEMAIN1NG IN TUB POST AT XV on tbe ICEh day of Poraoov calling for will plewe Bay LLev arc and ifiVe date of ligt. Ordered to be'advcrtWd In tho oproesbly to tho following Section of the new Poet Offloo tlie ucwjipaper Iiavlrig thelATgut b Murderer April 13. murderer of Hnona was I ADdtirJaehTA- convicted to-day and sentenced to peniten- j Brown 'w tiary for life. circulation of any paper pabllflbod. In 5. And be it farther That Loiters remaining uncalled fur in any Poet Offloellu Buy town or where a newspaper cliali liuronfter boce only in the teiDjf Jcsuecl. or ehfUl the largest circulation within tbe ranffQ of delivery of paid to be doolded by tho Postmaster at uucb ATetv A O. Zawf A i B _ _ DAILY MARKET II K V S K AV Bailey W II Badger 8 A Beayteon O Brown Ml as Clarlco FB Brown C BakerWraMS Brown Mr Buck Mlar J A Beaio Mrfl K-t2 Bennett A. Al Buck U K c Canny I H Oarwn H T Corao J 1- BonOoofc O M if attempts were made to fitrenet li- on the positions of tho rebels. A company of Federal troops for Fort on to-dny. 801110 Maryland troops will probably soon Lo called to Jiasiet in thu defense of tho capital. Nope of tbe local military are offering their services to tho Government to day. NEW April 15- TIio steamer Philadelphia is rapidly load- ing with guns and and may carry troops South. She is nearly ready for sea. A meeting of citizens was hold and arrangements were made for a public meeting to-night. Government resolutions were also adopt- ed in favor of putting tho State militia upon a war and requesting the Stato legislature to appropriate adequate funds immediately. A number of volunteer companies are to be and Gen. Ward of tho Scott Life Guards ia expected to assist in the organi- of which be will have tho command. Col. of 28ch regiment in Brook- says it will support tbe Government to a Orders bavo been received from ington to fill up the Federal regiments as speedily as possible. Recruiting ofiicas aro crowded with applicants. It is stated that Gov. of New will in a few days tender tho federal authorities several thousand troops. KKW April 14. The Times Charleston correspoudeot-says Jasper arrested as a was ordered to leave the Stale. tTuton feeling In Baltimore. April 14. Tbe Union feeling in this city has been unmistakably displayed since Friday. Men with cockades and secession emblems havo been chased by and protected by tlio police. Tho bark Fanny Famhaw hoisted a Se- cession flag to day. A crowd compelled a boy on tho vessel to take it down. The Captain afterwards hoisted and it re- quired a datachment of thirty police to protect it from the people. Tbo indigna- tion is intense. AH the other vessels in port hoisted tho American flag. Illinois Moving. April 15. There-is great excitement here on tho war without regard to party. The people stand by the Government and will respond heartily to the President's call for volunteers. Several companies aro now being formed A grand meeting itf arranged for to-morrow at which and others will speak. Gov. ITjites willissue a call for six regi- ments of Stato volunteers to-morrow. The Legislature will convene iu oxtrnordiniry session ou-the 23d inst. How the War April 15. The news of tho surrender of Fort Suin- ter created profound sensation. Newspaper offices last night were be- seiged by thousands eager to hear the news. Tho military of the city is fully aroused and tho stars and stripes wave from all ol the public and many private buildings. Tho people to a man will sustain tbe Adminis- tration. A homo guard will bo immediately organ- ized for tho protection of tlio city. April 14. Tho Union feeling hero is strong. This mormug the minute men organization of who have been drilling ever since the Presidential election as a military tbrow out the stars and stripes fcliia morning from their head with tho TUG Union and tho Constitu- April 15. An immense gathering of citixons of nil parties ia hold to-night to express sympathy with tho Government. Arrangements are being made to call volunteers. Great ex- citement and a determination is evinced to stand by the Government. April 15. An immense citizen's meeting was held to-day to consider tho present state of pub- lic aflairs. Party issues aro and our people are a uuit for the maintenance of the Government. Volunteer companies are on- rolling throughout the Stato to he held in readiness for any emergency. Gov. Blair expected to call an extra session of tho Le- gislature immediately- April 15. Tho news of the pnst few dayb has caused great feeling in this city. A meeting this at the Court waa largely attended and some hundreds enlisted for immediate service. Enlistments actively progressing. To-morrow night a meeting of citizens will bo held to sustain tho Gov- at which MHlard Filhuoro will preside. Orrroa or THE DxTflrtponr f Monday April 1801. Woathor and farmera busy Prices ImL manifest DO 'dUpMllioii to pay hlgb prices for wheat- Wo Finn at In domaad at 75c. 800 bush. l at Btcftfly at 18a In LUo Earj and 10o Shelled. bu. at I0014c. Kocelpta Camp at QJ Do Force MI us L K Elliot C. Fey Nil r Glbjon J H L' U UofTinau ttra M llounti J G JO JI Jno Kolley W 1C J W Kain Mre A Dontfion re Foster S Gilberts -OartA Humphrey Urn S Kell'ey BrIdgat-2 By TolcgraphJ April 15. for old NWoiubaud new no. L old Uo. und 8Co for old uo. 2. caiiftl anil rlvor Undley.1 n MoOui.nnxn U. Murray Ulna McKlmmy HuNell JM Morrluon Urn O Murlt It Martta W Mltcbull Rov J M. No'im Mtns B NtoholitB fitrs O Sift Louts Market. BT. April cboloo. do at Country vury dalLuadouly u ttitall miirkuL U Hiileu Spring at choice MinnofloU tta J prime club at Full ft etondy. SaldA YflUoWjjioQOodhanJ poor new mlxtid and yellow prlmouud cboloa yellow Ht Kllon I'urkor W K pua L'hwbe A Patton A I'llolior J tJATtf Sultil At Timothy at 71 common mueit at Ami Neahunnocltft ut Uandall Mrs Slngletdn U Blatton U H timitli Hpanldlag B V- T Now Yorlc April eitri 50. cholco am- bor Iowa- miUeriul change.. oW mixed Ciqncwjo. Steady. ThompBon T h lj Woloott Wllaoz L Ware J B Tliomaa Miaa Tomplin J 0 K ThompaouMiuaH Tynor Jno-2 Tlinln iir. J W WUUamH Wright Geo. Wlrth CUaa. C Woodward I WHckorC New York. Stacks. TKi.eaiu.rH.1 NEW April 15. Stocks lowor and dull. Va. Tonn. Mo. From BOSTON j pril MONEY MJLTTffiRSf There Ia no further chango In tho Illinois i Itxchango at 8 per la tljta olty Tbo Chloajo Tribune of yoalerday Wo seldom caw AD much variation In Iho'prtco of among the buck era aa we found A requisition was received by tbo Gover- nor this morning ior troops to re- port in Washington for duty and in accordanco with this a council was held and the tith and Sth regiments of infantry were ordered to assemble on the common to-morrow for the purpose of draft- ing tho number required. The most intense excitement exists among military men. Many who served as I UPA alt things the demand la light. oflicei-s in the Mexeian aro particular- ly anxious to got power to raiso companies or enlist ia those companies who aro or- dered for service. OK THE 2o DAY OF JANU- A. JLX AmaLia and Brnat uxccutoJ unto Frank HB tt a. certnin deed of convoying to atiid land IL Bcott A pnrtoflot hu. tlftcon flfiJinJ-B. ionuf in partof Bocuoue tlireo thirty-two nnd twenty-eight In township no rttwenty-eighL north and of ranjte tho 6th being tho wliolo of the lot no. flfttjeo wltii the eioep tion of ioHowiug described part the ncrlh'Woat comer of aaid lot no. thoucaottdttlireti handrod and twonty-tvo thflnce aouth ono huadrod aud fwt and two west thrve hundred aad twanty-two thonoo north LO tha placo of and tbirty-fiva feet and two 121 that part of lofno. twenty in the tamo subdivi- sion of lota aft commeriolnff'ttt tho Houth-caal corner of srJd lot no. the bounda- ______hundred and sixty-four p64J thanqo the 'nouttern botindftry of thence eastward alontc flaid aoothorn bounfiary.'Hne pert P The troth IB there .Ii very S tto city. WKLTON SDCOBSSQBB TO at Detroit April War news creates profound sensation and unanimous sentiments that tbe position as- sumed by the Government must be main- tained. An impromptu meeting of tho De- troit Bar and influential yesterday composed of all passed resolutions denouncing tho rebellious organ- ization called Confederate and de- claring their intention to stand by the TJ. flag at all hazards. Another meeting will bo held to-morrow night. CO Wkolevalo lit BOOTS q v 46 BRADY ST.J FIRST DOOR ABOVE THE Virginia Convention. April 13. Tho 5th prohibiting tho im- portation of was taken up. Numer- ous amendments to it wero and finally it was adopted with an amendment NO. 100 providing tlJht nothing herein contained shall apply to Southern which have or may declare their in caso their separation is acknowledged or contin- ued. The debate then turned the surrender of Fort Sumter. A Rare _---l-'-T LKW1S i LAKS AS ARRIVED AND OPENED Hlff EIBITIOITof York April 14._____________ Advices from Albany state that TOUPBES. the moat and At BurtU Houie.r MONDAY AND who have hair from their will do well rureteaaty. who wear-VETiga and Hair work which of alao part of flftctton tlUrty-ifcrfte Oommonclng at the twenty la laid J. B ot thcnoo rannlcg on the north ftldo of Telegraph Aixty foot nnd In a noriheaiterly thancto norui- VntarlT upon a lino parallel ivitb of krtfl twuQty aad flftosii atihdivl- aion to a point where.a ruoniug due aast from the north-oAit corner of fiald lot no. would fltrite tho thenco wemt to corner of aaid lotno-nfteen floatli along aAid eofit. line of mild lota nou. Jifteen and twenty to the place of uI4 laat dcMoribcd parcel of containing about-three- of ufltd conveyance mado by the AmaUa ZolJer and-Brntt Kollor for tho purpose of aecnrlng tho payment of a cer- taia promiflsory tinned Zoller and Srnet Zjlier. dated. January for fl.ve hnndrcd tJSOOlipayablo one year ftftor order Holler in American gold with per per annum interest from mad another womlafibry note signed by said Ainalia Zoller and Eroat dated January 1360. for payable to the order of Loula ift American aix inontha. dfter with ten per annum Said deed .of trofit U recorded In boot S of page of Soott Ccnnty Kec- to which reference made. And having become due and YwId'Amalla and Eraist J tailed to pay thdflomet Frtnfc hereby give thU paUton that by. virtue of tbe power In by of I on the 14th day of at tte Lour of nine o'clock ta the the Court-House in in cxpotfa public the punbg or no mncn taereoi SB _j and pay amount of aald tho thereon to the .day of her with all tbe coata and expenaea attending OMU of tbla and the r f M t-A mAiMvtor tccim it fnr organ will to-morrow issue a call not tha xrhen adjdHoa to head. ouonty aaaaat 000 moo for tho assistance of tho ccueral Obawalt received at the late Hi Fair firat premium over all ftura every part You are' coodlaily A private letter from'Qoy. 'Ourtin tola'i xoaarecoaaiany mviWKi proininont citizen of N. states i that'ho it U maroly hb parpwo to exhlhlt birj i i tto that von may he to protect yourself can havo ono hundred thousand Ponnaylva- fftho foturo raero preundew and find your mans in Washington in forty-oigUt if way to ft mnre solid eitabiuhnuac o jo -'I required. The excitemenViii tliisdty haasubaided- At the various miliury voluotcowt arc enlisting eapocially among the Germaa popnlatiou.'' Warehouse ft WEDNESDAY MAY 1 IWIEL SELL ttt public ealo Ht my corner Front and Perry cbaigea having bean ia one COATK8. T I W. Jcney NORTH OP BAST DAVKNPOKT. TO any work in carpenter bWg 8 promptly to.
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