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t the Federal Government has notified the Governor of Pennsylvania that he will be furnished immediately with ten thousand stand of arms, for the purpose of arming the reserve corps. The arms furnished by the War Department were applied for by the State authorities. Miscellaneous Items. John A. Steiff, a commission merchant, of Cincinnati, has been arrested on a charge of treason, in shipping butter to Louisville, there to be re-shipped to the extreme South. It is said by Mr. Crittenden's friends that he is preparing a plan of pacification, to be submitted to Congress at the extra session. Elias Howe, sewing machine inventor, has presented each of the field officers of the Massachusetts Fifth with a fine horse. Nine rifled cannon arrived in Washington on Sunday, six of which have been already removed to Alexandria. They were cast at the West Point Foundry. The Government has purchased, in Baltimore, one hundred head of horses, at prices ranging from $100