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s and soldiers of our Union armies, who have nobly staked their lives, fortunes, and honors upon the contest for country sake, are being crowned with deserved honors. Laurels cannot be too green and fadeless that wreath the brows of such men. When our great nation is again brought back to peace, prosperity, union and happiness, none will find deeper homage than those who, through hardships, dangers and trials, have been instrumental in effecting so grand a consummation. Philadelphia, April 10. --The excitement through the city yesterday, on receiving the great news of the battle of Pittsburg Landing, was intense, and all business for the moment suspended. The Corn Exchange and Stock Board both ceased operation till the intelligence had been digested, and commercial transactions generally were postponed till due consideration was given to the various assertions of the telegraph. Flags were raised, the news was announced amid cheers in the various schools and workshops, of t