iscovered no signs of hostility, nor anything to capture or destroy.
Arrest of Baltimorean in Harrisburg. Harrisburg, Aug. 21.
--Thos. J. Carson, W. M. Pegram and W. J. Kelly, alleged Secessionists, were arrested by the police to-day, on the authority of a dispatch to Governor . They crossed into Maryland from Virginia, three miles above Williamsport, and came via Chambersburg to this place.
At the hearing before Mayor Kepner, Pegram exhibited a pass signed by Secretary Seward, Carson one signed by Jas. Cooper, both of which were dated nearly two months back.
Their persons and papers were closely examined, and the of Pegram's search was a Pegram's search was a number of tetters from Virginians to their friends in Maryland, also one to Judge Brewer, of Annapolis.
On Carson's person were found passes from Confederate officers.
He claims to own property in Virginia.
One of them had on a new style of shirt, with a pocket in its skirt, containing a number of letters and a large quantity o
The Danburg Courier is raising the peace flag.
At Fairfield to day about 400 persons attempted to raise the Stars and Stripes, but were successfully resisted.
A flgat ensued.--Two peace men, Wildman and Graham, were seriously wounded.
Snovels, pick-axes and stones were used, but no fire-arms.
The peace flag is flying, and there is great excitement.
New York, Aug. 24.--Sales of cotton to-day 1,800 bales, at 18½ cents for middlings.
New York, Aug. 23--The British brig Andover has arrived.
She was boarded off Cape Hatteras by a nameless privateer, which reported that she had two prizes in the inlet.--She and two other privateers were watching a Federal war brig, with the intention of attacking her. These privateers (say our Black Republican authorities) are apparently Eastern men.
New York, Aug. 23.--Thos. J. Carrow and W. M. Pegram, of Baltimore, and W. J. Kelly, have been arrested.
Mr. Kelley had various bills of sale dated at Richmond in pockets in his shirt.