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Monday Mlorning, 6 o'clock, A.pril 23d7"l861.
Doctors M. A. Ritter and M. E. ltawson have
headed tha list fur a third Company from Fre
mont They have received authority from the
Adjutant-General to do so. Let it be filled up
Tub Geemaxs Moving. The German of Fre
mont are actively engaged in getting up a Com
pany of Volunteer. Wo understand thcirratiltH
arc more than half filled up already. They
will organize and thoroughly drill, and hold
themselves ready for any service the Govern
ment may assign them. Many of them have
erfortned miltary duty in the old Country.
Two Volunteer Companies, numbering over
100 men each, have been raised in Fremont, and
more stand ready to enroll their names. The
Company raised by Messrs. Haynes ond Dick
inson will elect its officers to-day. Both Com
tianies expect to start for Head Quarters to-morrow,
which we understand is to beat Cleveland,
and will there be mustered into the service of
Gbken Spbinos Awake, An enthusiastic Un
ion meeting was held at Green Springs on the
evening of the 18th inst. Strong resolutions
were passed opproving the action of the Gov
ernment, and pledging the aid of the people of
that village to defend the Flag of our country
against the traitors. Many speeches were made
which were responded to with enthusiastic
cheers. Preparations were made to raise a Com
pany of Volunteer and to tender their services
to the Governor.
Woodvillb ix tuk Field. We leant that
the patriotic citizens of Woodville and vicini
ty are raising a Company of Volunteer, and
that there i every prospect of its soon being
made up. Mr. Kent Seaman, we understand, is
at the head of the movement, and with his in
domitable energy, the movement cannot fail.
Good. The House of Representatives, of this
State, has passed a bill exempting the real pro
perty of volunteers from sale under execution,
and personal property from both levy and sole
while the volunteer is in the service of the Uni
ted States, and for sixty days after discharge
from such service. This is a timely and patri
otic movement, which we trust will be perfected
without delay by the Senate.
The Ladies of Fremont arc preparing a splen
did Flag, to be presented to Capt. Tillotson's
Company. The presentation will probably take
I'lUtV IAJ" II I'M IUH,
If the materials can be procured in time, a
Flag will also be presented to Hayncsand Dick
We are glad to learn that there is every pros
pect that Mr. Beinent, of Fostorin, will recover
from the injuries received by his horse falling
We aro proud of Sandusky county. The
State required but 75 men of us, and we have
already formed two companies of over 100 each,
a third company being raised at Woodville will
soon be full, and Messrs. Ritter and Kawson are
now raising a fourth. Sandusky county can
turn out at least 500 effective men. Where is
the county, with a like population can beat it?
Fiaa. The dwelling house of George Bixler,
on the east side of the river on Croghan hill was
burned to the ground on Saturday afternoon.
Most of the property in the house was saved.
Loss about f 800. The firemen were promptly
out, but they could not reach the building in
tome to save it.
The Fremont Volunteers were addressed at
Birchard Ball last night The services were
conducted by Rev. A. Phelps and Rev. E. Bush
nel, and were highly instructive and most im
pressive. The Hall was densely filled.
Noble and Patriotic Men.
Rev. Granville Moody has been elected Cap
tain of a Company of Volunteers at Xenia, O.
An eminent Presbyterian minister at Detroit,
and one at Utica, Oo., have enlisted as volunteers
in the ranks.
The Louisville Journal confesses that never
in any country did the banking institutions con
tribute so promptly and abundantly for the sup-
dort of a war as the banks of the east and north
are now doing. Nothing could be stronger ev-
dcuce of a fearfully aroused spirit among the
The reception of our troops in Baltimoreahows
what Mr. Lincoln would probably have receiv
ed, had he gone through there with his suite.
Saturday Night's Report.
New York, April 20th. An immense Union
meeting is being held here to-night. John A.
Dix presides at the chief stand, and W. F. Ha-
vcrmyer and Moses Grinnell at others. 1 he
speakers include our most prominent citizens of
all parties. Strong Union resolutions were
adopted, and a committee of 35 appointed to col
lect funds, and transact such other business in
aid of the Government as may be required. It
l reported mat a large iiutulier ot empty cars
were run down from Alexandria into Virginia
on Thursday night with the intention of bring
ing up troops tor the nttack on the Capital. A
dispatch from Col. Lefferts say the 7th Regi
ment left Philadelphia by rail road for Haverde
Grace, I hence to embark by steamer fur Annap
olis. A gentleman from Washington reports
from 5.0O0 t 6,000 troops under arms, includ
ing 2,000 regulars and 4 Batteries of Flying Ar
till lery. Col. Smith is confident that he can pro
tect the city for the present against any force
that is likely to ! brought against it The
same gentleman reiits the origin of the diffi
culty at. Baltimore as follows: A rowdy came
behind the last PlalUsm of the Massachusetts
Regiment caught a musket from one of the sol
diers, and shot the latter dead on the spot. The
order was immediately given to fire, and
several of the mob were killed. The schooner
L. C. Watts has been seized with u large quan
tity of arms, shipped at Hartford, Connecticut,
for the South. Delaware will furnish her full
quota of troops to the Government. The en
listments at Wilmington average from 70 to 100
per day. A secession paper in that city was ob
liged to display the Stars and Stripes.
A special dispatch to the Tribune say that
orders were received from Governor Letcher of
Virginia to seize the custom house at Wheeling;
but Wheeling is strong for the Union, and last
night it was guarded by the Mayor for the Uni
ted States. The same dispatch says Harper's
Ferry is occupied by 3,000 men, and that the
wildest excitement prevail.
Gov. Morgan has ordered the 6th, 13th and
71st Regiment to go to Washington by steamer,
unless Railroad communication i opened.
A paivate dispatch from Baltimore says the
Union men have no hope, unless the Govern
ment occupies the city with an overpowering
The Washington Star of Friday, says an at
tack on Washington with such means as the as
sailants can have, would be simply a sure sacri
fice of their lives.
Advices from Norfolk, Va., report the frigate
Merriin ic is getting ready her armament aboard
with nl! possible dispatch under the protection
of the Cumberland's double shotted guns. An
derson goes to Washington to-night The Gov
ernment has also chartered the steamers Jos.
Adger and Marion; they sail to-morrow fore
noon. The 8th and 69lh Regiments are ordered
to be ready to march on Tuesday morning.
Gen. Swift, formerly Chief of United States
corps of Engineers, at the age of 78, has tender
ed his services to the Government. Stnrges,
Shaw fe Co., have presented to Col. Wilson's
Volunteer Regiment 1,000 heavy grey shirts.
Baltimore, April 20th. Armed men are mov
ing in every direction. The Mayor and Govern-j
or have notified the President that no more
troops can pass through Baltimore, unless they
fight their way through. The bridges on the
Northern central rail road have been destroyed.
The number killed yesterday were 11 Baltimo
riansand 3 Massachusetts soldiers, and wounded
4 citizens and 8 soldiers. The President replies
that no more troops will be brought through
Baltimore provided they are permitted to march
around the city without molestation.
Boston, April 20th. The 5th Massachusetts
Regiment and Boston Flying Artillery start for
Washington this evening. Another Volunteer
Regiment will be raised on Monday.
Cleveland, April 20th. To all Offices Western
Union Telegraph Company north of the Ohio
and East ot the Mississippi rivers:
You will not transmit, receive or deliver any
orders for arms or munitions of War, unless for
the defense of the Government of the United
States, nor any messages in cipher unless you
know it to be from parties loyal to the Govern
ment of the United State.
General Sup't Western Union Tel. Co.
Philadelphia, April 20th. The Massachusetts
Regiment which arrived here yesterday, have
gone direct to Washington by the KeystoneState.
The Government has taken possession of the
Baltimore road. No trains are leaving here for
Wilmington. The Union men in Delaware are
in a bad fix. Though the population is largely
Union, all the State arms are in possession of the
Secessionists, transferable by the Governor, who
has not responded to the requisition of the Pres
ident, and will not. The Union men hone the
Government will take possession of the Upper
part of the State, in order to secure the powder
mills at Brandywine, at which the Secessionists
Detroit, April 20th. The Michigan Central
rail road offer to carry Michigan volunteers over
road free of charge, and Western Transportation
company offer ffree transportation on Lakes for
Michigan troops during the War. Ten thou
sand people assembled in Front of Post Office
building to-day to witness administration oath
of allegiance to all National, State, County and
city officials. The oath was administered by the
venerable Judge Wilkius. The Star Spangled
Banner was sung by the Nelson sisters, the im
mense concourse joiuing.in chorus. Scene most
impressive ever witnessed in Detroit. Messrs.
Jackson & Wiley, founders, offer to make 50 tons
shot and shell for Government, to be paid for
Toledo, April 20th. War excitement runs
high here. Ten companies ready to leave next
week, 5,000 subscribed to support families of
Oswego, April 20th. The Common Council
of Oswego have unanimously voted $10,000 for
Sunday Morning's Report.
Painesville April 20th. Virginia is rapidly
assembling at Harper's Ferry. 5,000 men are
exjiected there whose destination is supposed to
be Washington. Three Railroad bridges be
tween Harrisburg and Baltimore have been de
stroyed. The State administration possess im
portant information about the plans of the Se
cessionists of Virginia and Maryland, and troops
will not move till 6,000 are assembled.
Springfield, 111., April 20th. Six Regiments
areiuu. unuuietneumuoer required are offered
Kansas City, Mo., April 20th. The Missou
rians have seized the United States Arsenal at
Liberty, at 10 o clock, A. u., and garrisoned by
100 men. An immense Secession meeting was
held here to-day. Thousands from the adjoin
ing counties to Missouri, in Kansas, were present
Public places were decorated with Secession
Leavenworth, Kansas, April 20th. 2,000 staud
of arms have been furnished the citizens of Lea
venworth, and the commander of that post has
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ucifncu luc mviwiui ouu volunteers oi mis
city to guard the arsenal, pending the arrival of
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troops from Fort Kearney. All is quiet here
save preparation for contingencies.
Indianapolis, April 20th. Troops are still
pouring in. There are nearly 4,000 men at camp.
Gov. Morton has tendered the President 7.000
e than the number required from this State.
An officer arrived to-day from Washington to
muster troops into service. The ladies have
supplied lurge quantities of flannel shirts and
Harrisburgn, April 20th. 2,500 men in Camp
Curtiu last night. (,000 stand of arms were re
ceived from Pittsburgh. Three Ohio compan
ies arrived to day, 5 more will be here this p. M.
Gen. Kein and staff arrived to-night to take
command of the troops. He left Washington
this morning, traveling 18 miles in a carriage
from Baltimore. Judge Wilmot accompanied
him. They found five bridges destroyed on the
Central Railroad. Sherman's and another bat
tery have arrived here.
New York, April 21st. At the Union meet
ing last night, speeches were made by John A.
Dix, Senator Baker, Robert J. Walker, Fernan
do Wood, Washington Hunt, John Cochrane and
A German regiment has been formed here, and
will be ready for service on Monday. It is
composed of those who have served in Europe.
Sunday Night's Report.
New York, April 21. Steamer State of
Maine bas arrived from Norfolk, having
safely landed Massachusetts regiment at
Fortress Monroe. Reports steamer Spald
jing there landing Boston regiments. The
otu regiment and company of Hying artill
ery arrived here to-day, also a battalion of
rifles. In six days Massachusetts has fur
nished five regiments infanty, a battalion of
rifles and a company of flying artillery.'
Mayor urown of Baltimore sent answer to
the Governor of Massachusetts, saying:
Owing to the communication being stopped
between here and Philadelphia, I am una
ble to send the bodies of the men killed in
riot here, but I shall embalm and keep
them subject to your orders. Both myself
and Governor Hicks regret the affair as
much as any one can. Our people viewed
it as an invasion. All the authorities ex
erted themselves to the utmost to prevent
it, but it was impossible. When are these
scenes to cease and are we to have war of
sections) Baltimore claims the right to
pay all the expenses. Gov. Andrew replies
I am overwhelmed and surprised that the
peaceful march of American citizens over a
public highway, to defond the common
county, should be deemed aggressors to
The lug Mercury, chartered and armed
by the Government is stationed at the Nar
rows to examine all vessels. Col. Ells
worth's regiment Zourves were mustered in
to active service to day.
Boston, April 21. Fletcher Webster, son
of Daniel Webster addressed a vast meeting
in state street, it was intensely enthusias
tic. He has raised a regiment to be com
manded by himself.
HarrUburzh. ADril 21. Some soldier
just escaped from Harper's Ferry, report the
destruction oi me arms ana tne Daildings
as complete. Savon thousand Virginians
are now there, and five thousand more ex
pected. They design invading Maryland.
and making Mason and Dixon's line the
scene of warefare.
Philidelphia, April 21st Reported to the
President that the additional troops from the
faithful States more than make up the deficiency
caused by the refusal of the Border States to
furnish their quota. A party of armed work
men leave to-morrow to repair bridges on the
Baltimore Railroad. It is said that Trimble,
formerly President of the road, was shot dead
by a man who attempted to defend the property
of the road. The Police seized a quantity of
contraband goods for the South. Parties will
be arrested and tried for treason. Goods direct
ed to Jackson, Miss., via Memphis. Beported
that the Baltimoreans demand the surrender of
Fort McHenry, and threatened an attack. The
Commander replied that he would be compelled
to defend it Gen. Caldwalater's mansion, nine
teen miles from Baltimere, has been set on fire.
Harrisburg, April 21st 1,300 troops, includ
ing six hundred from Ohio, arrived here since
yesterday. The people at Chambersburg, are
fortify ing against invasion. 2,000 troops go by
the midnight train to the first bridge en route
for Baltimore, on the Northern Central. Will
be followed by (three hundred regulars, Sher-
i man's Battery and 2,000 volunteers.
Troy, N. Y., April 21st Gen. Wool leaves
for New York to make it his Head Quarters,
xM ew iorx, April lst aeyentn Kegimei
New York, April 21st Seventh Regiment
ached Annapotissafelv. Archbishop Hucrhes
reacnea, AnMpoiissaieiy. Arcnmsnop iiugli,
suspended the Stars and Stripes from his dwell
ing. Sons of the most eminent citizens, also of
foreign birth, are enlisting to defend the Union.
No communication with Baltimore or Washing
ton to-night Doubtless stopped by order of
the Government No fears for the safety of
Philadelphia, April 21st Two steamers have
been taken possession of for the Government
A Massachusetts Regiment reached Annapolis.
Columbus correspondent the Cincinnati
Gatette, 20tb, says: One hundred com
panies aro now organized and accepted.
Twenty-nine companies are ordered to re
port at Columbus, Cleveland and Cincin
nati between Monday and Weduesday next.
From these the 3d regiment will be formed.
Regimental organizations aro affected as
fast as the troops arrive.
Information here warrants the statement
that Ohio can put in the field, in one week,
all her own quota, all Kentucky's, and halt
of Virginia', if Government will give the
Contracts have been made for 8,000 uni
forms in Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus,
Zanesville and Clevoland, at (10 each.
The Bank of Commerce, Cleveland, takes
$25,000 of the Staee loan. The money is
According to a report prepared by the Cen
tral Committee of Assistance in London, the
number of Christians massacred in Syria, is
16,000, including women and children. The
number of women and young girls carried off
and sold to the Turks is 8,000. The number of
Christian of all sects reduced to ruin by these
vents is 70,000. One hundred and fifty towns
and villages, with the churches, monasteries and
sehool attached to them were pillaged, burnt or
The Battle Creek Mich. Journal says: "Mr.
G. Besrdsley, of Ceresco, butchered, on Tues
day of last week, the largest hog ever killed in
this county. Its weight, when dressed was
nine hundred pounds. Pork enough, we should
say, for a small family, a year."