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rurinanai ut . - V k. COWLKS & CO., a..l"M"J j.wlwig'llt WnyrWr Wr liaittLJiti jadltera. ! Our Lists at Wounded. W tM Bcrniog publish lists of all the let arrival of woaadad fres PiUfburg, A ' "icgether with additional official report of lb. killed aid moaaded la tout of th ,!.:' 'OU1 Rglment. - Wskav, ioa th great battl, published, at the earlisat possible u j v moment, all obtainable Information, relative tha killed, Hounded and aiek. Ohio " " ' troop, tad have f jtiUW soaplet II lU to title data. We shall eonUnu thi oourse U lie future, although no other paper la Ohio north of Cincinnati give full report tasaaitie to Olloana, j jt j Fort Pillow. i---- Fort PUIotr, or Fort "Wright, a Ihe rebel no call It, 1 erroneoosl located on the pub lished maps, meet ot which place It at or near Vleaphi. Fort Pillow U on the a3t , ' ' tide of the KiMias'.ppl, abOTe Fort Randolph, and U mile from Memphis, being situated i" 6n the irst Chickasaw MulT, niaemElee aboTe th month of the Batchie river. " The posi lion to tomewhat like that at Columbus, bnt ,-fc b'u& are not ao steep, and then U a r : - greater carre In the stream. The land ap. ! i pToaohe are very strongly defended, hiring baea lortiaed wiih much care. The wks ". 1 tuaslat of a aerie of breastworks, arranged t-.... like thoae at Fort Doneleon, one abor toe . . . other, on tb hillside, la which are snpposed to b febcnt thirty cannon, ome of them alege gun. Their magaaine are fanned by &xaTation In the aide of the bluff, and are aid to be well filled. The lower or , water defonme oonsiat of a line of water batteries - cztandiDc: aa at Island No. 10. around the shore of the bend for a mile and a-hall Tlitt are mounted by about forty heavy gnat; one of whxh la a tea inch, the rait v being rified alxty-four and thirty-two. Between the channel and tb Tennessee shore, where the Fort la located, there ii an island (No- 83,) a there was at Fort Smrr. and thi mar b of crest nee to . f ? - - Oonunodare Foots in hi operations. The .. reduction of Fort Pillow may open up the ' ' w&t to Memphis without a front attack upon Fort Randolph, as It will gire Commodore Toote's gan-bo&tl the command of Hatcnie river. Should this stream be in navigable order, a It probably is, he might aaoenl It . a far aa Balirar. cuttinar off commsnication by the Memphis aad Ohio, and Tenneasee and Ohio Railroads, on hi way, and then eat the Xem.jhU and Charleston Killroad by - land expedition right in the rear of Mem- phi. The Apportionment of the State. i . The Ohio House of Representative have - passed a bill re-districting the State for Con- ' sessional purpose. The arrangement of . the districts, together with the ayes and . kaye on the bill, will be found in oar Leg- . .IsiatiT aommary. Oar own district (the 18th) ii compoaed of Cuyahoga, Bummit and Lake. This la an improvement on the - ' acbeme first reported to the House, a it is an addition of Lake, the district prerioosly pro pesed Cuyahoga and Summit not poeaesa lng the requisite population. The bill pasted by a majority of 13, and seemed to be qai'e . i&tie&ctory to most of the members, with the exception of the partisan Democracy, some of whom denounced It moat bitterly. Boesel, a aecether, mored to amend by atrlklng oat - the title and substituting " A bill to legis late the Democratic party out of Congress," asd Csnmse, of Franklin, a " straight-out?' of & EL G. 0. style, xnsTed that the title be ao amended a to read "A bill to gerryman dec the Citato," thus showing their dlsappro- " ballon of a measure which they regarded as certain political death to the secession arm ' u- palhisers who now represent some of the Ohio districts In Congress. Of the Cayahoga ' " ' delegatloa, Mr. Babeock roted for the bill, whilst Knars. Dlckman and Qriniold roted ' aaiDrt It. It is beliered the Senate will pass ' the bill withoat amendment. The Cause of the Republican Defeat in Chicago. The city of Chicago furnished for the war 4,869 Tolunteers. Of these orer two-thirds are Republicans ; benoeit is no wonder, with -: the loos of (,000 rote 1,500 more than the ' Seawcrats Iot that at the recent charter atcUtn la thrt city the Eepablican should be ontroted by the Demroats. "Tat Leri!tur of Maryland, it is said, la a kind ot rerei at the passage of the : mancipation act by congress, nas passed tcKie hideous enactments against free colored paople, among other tnlngs pronding tb'U . frso black coming Into the State shall be KT?eted and fined, ! if h unable to 'pay the expenses of the arrest as well u the ine, b shall be sold for a term of two year at pnbil auction. Thi, nowerer, i not much won than somecf the enactments of Onto, lediaaa and HUnoi. The foregoing paragraph w find in the 'Washington correspondence of the K ew York Poet. The correspondent must h.ve a rery imperfoet knowledge of the laws A Ohio. Be he probcbly nerer heard of the repeal of the " Black Laws," which, w an happy to in- . form him, bare not disgraced Ohio for years. . The laws of Ohio extend tba same right to . black men that are enjoyed by whites, with th single exception of the elective franchise, ad that ia extended to half bloods. Chicago. A Battle in New Mexico. ' The telegrarli report some sharp prao tie en the part of CoL Slough, la Kew Kexieo, by which he worsted the enemy ' aad captured their supply train, together with en oannon and about a hundr ;d pris oner CoL Blough'sjoommand ha fallen back within supporting distance of Fort Colon. ' Chicago. A Battle in New Mexico. Effied and Wounded of the 49th Ohio. We hare gleaned, by prirate ' letter and list published, the following partial list of killed aad wounded of the gallant and brT 49th: KILLED. Corporal Thomas IfcBride, Oalrln Bower . Kk. ... . WOUNDED. Jamec McConley, co. K; Perry Bogart, 6orge Warner, John Stoaer, William 8te rwison, 8. Fiacgher, Freeman Htsehea, Gea Poarji, Thomas bmi h, Granriiie Williamson, James Foster. Tift Tribmu. t Tm 19m. The Toungstown Eegiater sri: Ttojx prlrate letters reoeired In town, rr k&rn that the 19th was In the second d"Ts t rht, but that only three or focr were Kied out of the estLre regiment including 1. '-r J i'sraris. The rumor that C&pt. Nash, oi Ca B, was sererely wounded In the ehoul er, is Sneorreet,' ' . " . I 0, A Pagan Legislator. Mr. JohiiKin on Thursday Introduced Into the Ohio Senate an antl-ngro bill, which U reported In tiiejotirsal as follows: A -A b'U wa !nt;oduc4 by Mr. Johnson i . M.n. nftormai and uermns barlDar aria- ible aduiixtnra of African blood from settling In Ibisotate; Wis ii proporoa w ao vj m fllntinir a Una of fi hundred dollars on erery deaseadant of Ham who shall hereafter attempt to attu in unio, ana on erery nooy who shall attempt to loduoe aura kettleiDnt. Contract mad with the hated rao to be rold, The prorision of the bill not to ap ply to persons of the nnlortunate color now residing in me Bute, or w eato oi iueir im mediate blood relations as shall hereafter come here." , , , . This man Johnson might make a rery good legislator for the Fegea Islands, but it la dif ficult to eoneelre what motire could induce the offering of auch an iaault to tb people of Ohio aa is this bill, asking as It doe that tb Stat shall trample upon the right of men merely because they bare all their lire been oppressed by people who ar now In arm and reeotfng to all manner of barbarities to orerthrow the Government that has pro tec t tected them in the crime of ensliTing their fellow-man. An attempt to Inflict penalties upon an entire race for the sole offence of tiring upon the earth and breathing the ait which (Jod created for the uae of all his creatures, may safely be ranked as the cli max of pagan lotoleret.ee, and the fact that a man can be found in Ohio base enough to nroDose It, is renewed eridesce of the debas ing Influence of tlarery upon those who lend themselres, In any degree, to It propa gation, i to W D, Q 8 1 I Legislative Summary. THURSDAY, April 17, 1862. SENATE. Kiw Bills. Bt Mr. Bobr. to compel rac- dnatlon and prerent small pox. It requires the amx lntment br rebate Jnag, or poy- sicians In the several election districts of the State, whose duty It shall be to vaccinate rerybody who ha not been successfully raoclaatei, and gire cirti&catea, for which they shall receive in each east the moderate turn of twenty-flT oenta. Such certificate to be requisite to the admission of any child to the public schools. By Mr. Whetstone, to compel tne proper authorities to cease discriminating between the different medical schools In appoint ment of surgeon and assistant surgeons in the army. Rr Jlr. GonckeL To aathonse tne roiun teers from this Btat In the Federal army to exercise the eleotive franchise at the State, National and Congressional elections. Br Mr. Hitchcock from the committee on Currency, To amend the law organising banks In thi State, in accordance with the suggestions of the memorial from the Pres ident ot ue state Bans: so as w permit the Issue of a greater proportion of small bill. RiLOLunom. A resolution was adopted, authorising tb Governor to collect arms be longing to the United 8tates distributed In In this State, and deposit them In the arsenal for asm keeping, and where good policy require their distribution to take bonds for their safe keeping and return to the State. School Xxakmim. The Committee on Common Sohoola mads a written report In opposition to the project of changing from eounty to township examiners of teachers of common schools. The report wa agreed to. HOUSE. Niw Bills. Mr. Ferrell Introduoed a bill to amend section 45 of an act entitled an act to prorlde for the re-organisatlon and super, riaions of common schools. ArroBTiosKiHT Bill. Mr. Beilly, from the select committee on Congressional Ap portionment, appointed last evening, sub mitted the following as the majority re port : lit and id District Hamilton eounty. 3d Montgomery, Preble, Butler and War ren. 4 A Darke, Shelby, Logan, Champaign and Minmi. 6ih Van Wert, Merger, Allen, Auglaize, Harden. Hancock and Wyandot. 6th Clermont, Brown, Highland, Clinton and Fayette. 7th Green, Clark, Madison, and Frank 11a. 8th Union, Delaware, Marlon, Morrow and Richland. 0th Crawford, Huron, Seneca, Erie, 8an duskr and Ottowa. 10th Wood, Putnam, ' Henry, Lucas, Pauldinff. Defiance, Fulton and Williams. 11th Adams, Scioto, Lawrence, Jackson, Qalliaand Vinton. 12th Pike, Boss, Hocking, Pickaway, Fairfield and Ferry. 13th Licking, Maskingnm, Coshocton and Knox. 14th Holmes, Ashland, Wayne, Medina and Lorain. lih Meigs, Athens, Washington, Mor ran rid Monroe. 18fi Guernsey, Belmont, Harrison and Tuscarawas. 17th Jefferson, Carroll, Columbiana, and Stark. j 18th Cuyahoga, Summit and Lake. 19th Geauga, Ashtabula, Trumbull, Por Ue and Mahoning. - Thi scheme was recommended by Messrs. Beilly, Bertram and Weetyof the select com mittee. Mr. Orojae, on behalf of himself and Mr. Converse, of the minority of the committee, submitted a report, embodying substantially the plan proposed some days ago by Mr. Bartfam. This was roted down yea 39, nay 4r. The question then being on the scheme recommended by the majority of the oom- mtttee, toe yeas ana nays were deraanaea, ordered, and resulted yea 49, nays 37. . Several amendments were offered and vo ted down. The question then recurring on the pas sage of the scheme af the majority of the ooKtmittee, as given above, the yeas and nays were demanded, ordered, and resulted as fol lows: Yea.' Babeock, Bartram, Bayard, Brack, man, Bradbury, Clarke, Cook, Cory, Barri son, Harsh, Hills, Hixaon, Howard, Howe, Huston, Johnston, Keck, Krum, Latham, Lind, Maittsia, Miller, Montgomery, Myers, McGlll, Norris, Odlia, Osborn, Patterson, r uracil, Raudall, BeKly, Robb, Roberts, Rockwell, c-.hell, Scott, Smith, Stanton, Stewart, Stir.ir, Tiffany, Waller, Warner, Wells, West, Whitney, Woodbury, Zinn and Speaker 60. ! Nays Aolt, Bates, Blecker, Boesel, Con. verse, Cranes, Crease, Dickmaa, Preset, Fer guson, rerriU, llagg, Uleasner, Unbben, Uriswold, Unnsaulus, Bolden, Jeffries, Ken non, Eeyser of Monroe, Keyser of Noble, Lott, Maffett, Marsh, McClellan, Beis nger, Ross, Seyler, 8if g, Biuith, Snyder, Taylor, Thorp, Titus, Chi, Vance, Wilkin and Wil son 33. So the bill passed. - Captain Robert Stongitton, of the rebel un now In "dnranca rile" at Fort War ren, writes to Senator Per ell, asking hi aid to ne:p aim to us panus. ue writes an amusing letter, laying that a he ha obo sworn true llegianoe to the Jeff. Paris government ne win not iwear again,xoepi Lmii tim v&FAla TJm AAtinlndM hv Ask ing the War Department "to extend the area of freedom ia my ease." He is a eol- lege-mai or reweu a, tnii Dacre ary oian- tOB S quite lusiy w rvy-J w iuaa r- quesU: "When CoL Corooran 1 permitted to go free on hi parole it will be time for u to consider the subject" Tin 4tb. The .Louisville Journal says : "We learn from a United State officer that the loss of the 46th Ohio, CoL Worth mgWn, in killed and wounded at Pittsburg Landing, wa about 350. That was dreadful eareaga. But it had ao terror tor the brave men among whoa it was wrought," . j Ohio Soldiers Wounded at Pittsburg. Among thaliat ef wounded soldiers taksn BL Louis on ths steamer City of Loui siana, ws find the fallowing belonging to Ohio Esglmant : John Gwins, 77th; Capt Roberta, James Thomas. I. B F Hill. A. John J Bartlett, John Dobbins, K, Alex Thorn, 0,M8 DIUon, H Chart a M steward, v, niiuam Chantx, E, B R Heth, 77!h; John O Paul, 4oth; J J Bartlett, D 77th; Jaa H Hoff man, D 77tb; Darli Bkyle, B 71t; Win Hot pr, A 68d; David Bowman, A 77th; Geo W Ryan, B 70(h; R Blmmoada, D 28th; Tboraaa MoKerner, F 68th; John Martin, 67th; Thoe Anderson, corporal, k, jss Lewelyn, L Darts, F 77th; F Shaddon, E 68ih; H J Werbfrg, 0 68tb; J W Boyle, F etn. OHIO WOUNDED IN HOSPITALS AT LOUISVILLE. HOSPITAL NO. I. James Lrons. I 24th: Mloh Rlef. B 1st; Bam Thomas, G 87th; Jacob Luppott.C 48th; A D KimbaU,B 64th; Jaoob Jaokson.u otn; 0 Ehrman, seag't, G 24th; Joseph Sohmidt, 72d: Joseph Cronln. I 76th; Chris Powell. 77th, dead; Greenleaf Mo Man is, S 70th; Calvla Beaver.O 72d ; John 8 Hunter, lth Batterr: John Kberhard, I vutn; v n. uve- deemith, 48th; Tho Mitchell, Ueutenant, 0 77th. HOSPITAL NO. II. Henrr Cook. E 24th Ohio; John A Bharp, F 20th Ohio; L Kennedy, F 24th Ohio; John Wibns, H 24th; Martin Frederlckson, K 4th; John F Wilson, F 24th; Egbert Andrewa, F 24th; George W Dillioger, A 70th; Kelson Nuti. I 54 tb: Chas B Davis, A 24th; Marion Smith, Q (4th; Eugene Sullivan, 24th; Cor nelius Gray, a 77th. HOSPITAL NO. III. Thomas E Wsrtley. 0 1st; M Campbell, K 24th; John J Bagan, K T2d; Isaac Holman, A 24tb; Lindlay Andrew, C 70 tb; Andrew HlUbroner. II 24th: Wm H Swalger, B 24th; Giles Tlllett, K 13th; Danforth Hemenway, eorporal A 14th; Emanuel Fink, corporal E T2d; Wm H McMauy, corporal u ua; xuoa F Guthrie, D 24th; Daniel Thomas, D 24th; Wm Shetsley, A 1st; Wm Bufflngton, B 72d; Andy Charles, I 24th; J W McConneU, mu sician, K 49th; Geo Charles, I 24th; John 0 1st HOSPITAL V. Wm Domrla. 24th:. A D Green, corporal, K 24tb; Jonathan Taylor, T2d; Julius Mil ler, 1 1st; Andrew Crouley, 1 1st; A tiooper, D 24th; Daniel Eming, eorporal, D 24th ; Wm Orusylnbarg, eorporal, H 24th; Geo W McKee. senreant G TOtb: Wm H King, 38th; Daniel M Taylor. H 70th; L M Dickey, cor poral, A 77tb; James Richer, sergeant, a 72d: OttrPowelL I 77th: Wm H Miller, E 24th, Joshua Bye, corporal, 6th Ohio Bat tery; John Caaslmer, 77th; HO Barney, ser geant B 72; 8 Farant, eorporal B 7 2d; E P Kinney, A 24th; Samuel Lumen, r ?utn; 4 T Lichtbody, D 24th; Orvin S Harris, E 72d; one man not able to tell hi name. BROUGHT TO CINCINNATI BY THE TYCOON. R J BothwelL 00 C, 70th Ohio; E Van Rusner, eo D, 72 Ohio; John Uaruo, eo i, 78d Ohio; W M Morris, eo D, 64th Ohio; Wm Glaarow. 00 D, 41st: John H Thomp son, First Sergeant, eo E, 18th; D Jones, eo G, f 6th; Geo Myers, 00 H, 16th; The A Powers, eo , 2lsf; r K Sutton, 00 u, etn; Clinton Dillr.eo B, 77th; August Meshnor, eo E 44th; Wm MsKibben eo D 64th; Cbrls- tian Kaoft eo O 48th: John Briu 00 u otb; M Morgan Coran eo A 70th; Thos Nelson eo D 43tb; Briton 0 Borne 00 K 48th; John Hilecman eo K 43th; W V Baker 00 I 41st; WaUaoe MoCUhan 00 B 15th; G A Ploll eo A 71st; B H Webster eo E 71srj J D Bor weU 00 K 48th; B t Enyarl eo B 71st; T M Gary eo 1 71st; James Howrey eo K. oati; Robert Kan eo K 63th; Robert Hammond co A 16th: Hiram Morehouse 00 C 16 th; Davis Turner 00 A 64th; Wm Myers eo H 9th; D W Fowraker 00 H 77th; James Wol- erer eo H. 40th; (Samuel lieimnger 00 u 67tb; Lieut L Tounraker eo H 77th; John Petry eo A 64th; A H Braking co V 77th; Chas C Bard no E 72d; Lieut H B White 00 F 77th; H a Worley co K 46th; W I Ahier 00 D 77th; G A Crowl co G 81st; David Jones 6th Ohio Battery; B Harrlck 14th Ohio Battery; Biohard Weber 00 A 64 th; Anderson Oriatt eo JL ltfth; B J uonkun 00 I 67th, Geo W Early co G 77th; Wm Do. land 00 G 64th; O O Laughlin eo F 49th; John A Btorer 00 F 49tb; 1st Ueut eo U 64tb; H W Hall 00 B 71st, Hiram 0 Webster eo E 71st; J Thompton 00 B 71st; D M'Call co r elst; 11 o Unnlea 14th Uhio iiatury; Alex Engle co H 67th; John W Suflron co B 70th; T J Mercer CO F 49th; G W E as ten 00 F 81st; John Dwyre 00 t 81st; W I Flaueher co F 49th; Jaoob Patton co 1 48th; John S Mollvaine co D 48th; Wm Cook 00 K 4th: Wm Ererhault enreant 00 1 48 tu; Joseph Kerr, oorparaloo F 64th; Joe Prison co F 64th; Lerl Brack eo r 14th; a n rieh er, 2d Lieutenant, 00 K 77th; John Russell co G 64th: D H Brioe 00 G 64th; Harvey Ticeco G 77th; John Crofts co E 7 2d. Thos Bonham co 0 41st; W Gowdy 00 M 6th ear airy; John Trlnbar co G 64th; George H as set co E 72d; V B Bradley co F 81st; Jacob Miller co 11 77th; Marshall Alfred eo r Tia; R H Cremeaa co H 16th; Charles Newton 00 P 41st; Alex Smith co G 77th; J Bagant co D 70th; C Miller co B 70th; O P Kelmer 00 F 41st: John Brown eempany A 77th; George Palmer co K 68tb; Henry Palmer 00 K68th; Wm Fenhale co A 15th; Fetor ! Walts co K 68th ; T J Robinson co C 41st; D Shoemaker co K 68th; Edwin W Kelly co D 41st: J W Morris eo D 77th ; Barney Dorn 00 D 9th ; John G Jones 00 B 13th; George W Anderson 00 B 71st; Geo W Copsey co G 71st; Henry Deatty eo B 70th; Randolph Waters co H48th; Milton Biglo co G 77th ; Stereo B Smith co F 67th; Thos smith 00 d 41tO. These men were removed to the various hospitals throughout the city. All the hos pitals in tit city are now full. AT CAMP DENNISON. The steamer Magnolia on Thursday brought down the following Ohio sick and wounded, who were taksn to Camp Dennison, where, we ar assured, erery convenience that may be needed or desired can be had. B B Kilroy, W R Creamer, W D Butler, J W Allen, sick 1st; A H Wood, wounded, 13th; Wm Wood, wounded, 15th; Daniel Free, wounded, 17th; J a Stephens, A H Uut ter, D Ha; land, Chas J Tulbotson, wounded, 19th; J Strieker, sick, 24th; TLaymer, sick, 26th, Cbaa Sherman, sick, 3 1st; j w Jlcuon aid. wonaded, Peter Fry, sick, 38 tb; Daniel Conklin, Albert Bornell, J Fokenrood, Chris Webber, U W toveloes, And Miand, a SDaldine. Albert Taber, J W llalL r Sberley, wonnded, Lieut 0 Gaylodr, sick, 41st: D Shuttle. J Sheebnnr, wounded, 40 ui; F T Ashton, wounded; J W Brown, Lieut T Fields, Samuel Lawrence, Dr J J Boland, Peter Smith, sick; E Jones, wounded; J W Clark, R Cray, P Fnser, R Sanders, C H D Appleeate, A Smith, B Smith, J Uunntng. ham, J Codds, T J Pitser, J W Cass, Henry Dennett, F A Freon, u w unr, a newiano, W M Athey, Wm Kenworthy, S Meyer, J Ross, sick, 48th; T Lynch, wounded, 4 am; P M Mercer, J Magg, A Jago, sick, P Rock hold, wounded; J Service, D Conklin, W H Maury, A J Bayles, M McTogue, G Orcutt, sick, O Williams, 64th, J M McCormaok, wounded; S Walter, W 8 warts, N Dawson, do: J Z Schwtbart, sick; J Martin, wound ed; J 8 White, J Sneary, J M Smith, D B Dickey, do; O Savage, o7th; T H Rains wounded: A Kioe. n 1 lounson, w mcx, do 68th,' B T Fee sick 6th; Wm Miller, C Dastell sick 66tb; 2 Steel, J Waldron, D McCary, J a Smith, w a ucUmnia, U Greamer, M O'Keil, W Spriggs, wounded; P S Kelly, N A Johnson, T Simmonl, T R Duffy, J M Hume, A D Clark, wounded ; T F Berricks, A Schluter, Seig O Maylor, Jas Scott, sick; S G Francis woundtd; G E Lee sick; Clements Cole, J L Good, J H Hamil ton, M H Foos sick 71st Asa Bray ton, J J Barnes, T Baiker, G Johnson, A Coons, wounded; J McKennon sick; J Gray wonnd ed; T Coddle, H Judd, D Mentor, X J Blair, J A Price, sick; J Cocgleton wounded; J Smith sick, A Green, Lieut W W Soott, E M St Clair, J Patterson, wounded 73d. S Furry wounded; J Meredith, T Stark, J Bld dlnger sick; J Boaaaga wounded 4 1st ( L Tabbs sick; D Hayoes, Wm White, woubdsd 18tb. BROUGHT TO CINCINNATI BY THE LANCASTER. Saml Bifrji 00 H 64th, Leander T Hough eo K 64th; Chas Armstend eo B 64th; David Ulrer 00 D 64th; Geo Martin 00 F 16th; Ja oob Lung Helmer 00 1 64th; Abraham J Kirk co H 19tb; John a Otuwa 00 I 46 !b; sua WcKlnney eo B 40'h; uustar Gestner 00 u, 72; Daniel A No co 0 48 tb; Jasper N Linger co F 70 lb; John Conner 00 0 64th; Orlando Benton co B 41st; E O Smith 00 B 73d; J r Long ,E 48 Lb; J D Lorell 00 O 64th; Charles Lausen co G 721; John Nobson 00 F 64th; Clarence Williams eo B 73d; Timothy Lallor co G 64th; David P Bull 00 I 67th; Lewis Bnnn eo E 64lb; i o MarahaU o A Mtb; James Ulaasjn CO G 46th; Lorenso Hobard 00IK 64ib; Saml Alutant co I 7 2d; Hilton Bsszar co I 72 ; L Drunnin co F 67th; G albert eo D 72J; Cha P Smith eo A 54th; Elijah Willinma co H 64th; Henry Pooling 00 D 71st; Wm Malloy co E 64tb; Robert Cosgrcve co F 48 tb; H W C"cll eo B 64tb; Adam C Neffco B 64th; Michael Sirgel 00 A 64th; Cyrus Pottinger, Frsuk Whiteaick, co B 64th, George Gale CO E 64tb; David Noe co C 46tb; Abraham Olegg, John Napp B 64th; Nicholas Ireland K 44tb; U A Dukes, I 72d; J A Taylor, I 71st; J Frlck 6th Battory, H J Muntord, D 64tb; S Mo Donald, F 71st; H Frederick, I 64th; Wm D Keith, 0 64th; John Frailer, B 64th, John Quigley, G 64tb; F Petram, E 77tb; John Davis 6th Battery; Henry Can field, G 71st; Thos Llndsey, A 64th; John Tammany, C 64 tb; Charles Vanshoiok, F 1st; J N Mumaw, B 70tb; Wm J Scharat, G 67tb; Wm P Nay lor, O 72d; Chester Buckland, B 76tb; Chas H Burnett, B 7 2d; T P H Montgomery, A 70ib; William Blank, D 62d Ohio regiment; G H Parkeeon, 0 46th; H Sbeaxeer, A 64th; David Culp 00 C 46th; John R Hutchinson eo D 64th; Wm Barton eo C C7tb; William Langdon eo K 71st; M B Rosy do; A W Ropy do; Jams Hills co H 54th; P Brands co A 46th; James Pieroa eo C 77th; Wilson L Biers eo B 70th: David Peterson 6th Ohio Batter); John N Smith 00 A 64th; Jo L La wren oe eo F 64th; Frederick 3egley co E 64th; W H Piero 00 1 64th; Tho Daron 00 B 64 lb; Fred Gason 00 A 64th; John Han co 11 40th; Isaac Unburn eo A torn; John Kennedy 6th Ohio Battery; P Borkitt eoG67th; Hugh Thome 00 is Old; Jona Hand eo G 72: Rufu Lawreooe co G 72d; F Foot co I 70tb: James A Thompson eo G 1st; John Beppard eo A 48th; J R Burroff do: Geo Sohiner eo V o7tnj Mia iraxe eo K 71st: Samuel Thompson 4tn O Battery; Mitchell Breed, co G, 6th Ohio; M N O Mo- Karen, co C, 4'b; Benedict LevL co a, 46th; Sergeant S M Bander, 00 E, 64th; Sergt H S Button, co hi, 54tn: corporal a n uoaaicg. ton, co C, John Beemer, co E, 71st; Wm A Parr. 00 G. 71st! J U Coldsberry, co C, 54th, Lonso Stokes, 13th Ohio Battery; Chris Bowman, co O 77tb; Ktljah Bower, 14th Ohio Battervi David Msnter, company H, 48th; L M North, company B, 71st; Robt Lurkins, bospiial steward, 6&th; V w race, co B, 54th; Sergt A Borer, company G, 64th; J B Fird, company B, Fifty- Fourth; Jese Flinn co K 73d; L N Means co D 54th; C T Dalley co E 64th; J R Marshall CO D 54th: B N Phillips co a 77th; wm A walk er co G 77th; Mike Harngan co F 1st; Jos H Powers 00 F 67tb; Wm Jones 00 K 4flth; Lieut J H Lesley 00 H 63d; Alex Llttlo Co G 9th; Joel Shields co K 9th; Abraham Beetle 00 H 71st; G A Henderson CO O 57th; H Elliott, senreant, B 54th; Lieut W H Suth erland, H 19tb; sergeant G Sutherland, 6th Battery; Graarille Hamilton, C 27th; Charles Wallace, B 46tb: James Liuwood, a via; Reuben Haywood, D 24th; Frank Keppel- meyer, D 58th; Christopher Jeenberth, 00 a. 77th; F S Gaets, sergeant, A 72d regiment; Theo Miller co G 67tb; Ensiirn Fallwller 00 E 41st; Lewi Robinson 00 D 48th; O A Gibbs 00 0 67th; Sergeant Earvey T Cook 00 0 71st; Bernard Katcholdt co D 68th; Sargeant Walter L Will ce A 54th; Joha G Hanck co H 54 tb; Ed V Uptergrove co 0 54th; W H H Mettulr eo M 6tb; August Klaayel eo I 68th; Henry Failer eo E 46th; W B Bielle 00 K 71st; oorporal Hugh Monorelg 00 K 64th; Geo Dennison eo A 46th, Oliver MoCoolie 00 F 71st; Michael Hanck co C 68th; Herman Flelgel 00 K 18th; Sergeant ECAckley 14th Ohio Battery; Joha A 8wank 00 B, 46th; John W Redaa 00 H 16th. Killed and Wounded in the Forty-Sixth Regiment. The following list of the killed and wound of the 46th Ohio at the battle of Pittsburg has been received from the Adjutant of the Regiment: Fisld aid Siurr Wopsdid. Lieut CoL Walcutt, flesh wound In right arm. COMPANY A. KlUed None. ' ' Wounded A B Brown, A Her Williams, Daniel Wollet, and prisoner; Tho McLaugh lin, and prisoner; John Burong, D P Duna than, John Hommer, John Heppard, Henry Howts, Wm H King, Joseph Mortimer, Jas W Fuller, A Truly Enos Thomas, Agnelus Croghan, William Lytle, Morris Agler 18. COMPANY B. Killed Henry 0 SUlee, Geo W Finks Joseph South 3. Wounded John W Williams, Geo M Car ter, Henry Heller, Orin R Mansfield, Ella M Kinney, John A Swank, Wm Shtrey, Chas Wallaie, Ell Williams 9. COMPANY O. Killed John Rollet, David Taylor, Lewis Walmlre, Wm Guge, O M Shane, Jno Stew art 6. Wounded E W Petit, Thomas Bataon, Wm Noble, M Lohner, James Corine, David Burritt, Daniel Kulp, J S Evans, Geo Har rison, Jaoob Hare, A G Merton, Millar Mo Gowan, D U Noe, M V B OdelL Geo Park Inson, Frank Smith, James Thompson, Geo aH Wm bonta 21. - COMPANY D. Killed Capt H O Geary, James White, Geo Bear 3. Wounded Geo Frankenburg, A MoGill, D O Smith, Jacob Shelling 4. COMPANY H. Killed H 0 Burr, James Heller, JoelStul her, Eli Barker 4. Wounded 2d Lieut W W Watts, J B rent- linger, Alexander Coon, H Boswell, B Clark, H Fellows, Wm Jones, U Shuttle, Wm Wal leniriuger, Wm Thomas, Edmund Sebling, Wm Hines, J Ardors, J Fryer, J Murlin, C Hkells, A Wright it. - . COMPANY F. Killed B F Hassan, Swaru, Nicholas Nair, Jerome W Fields, Harris W Proctor 5. Wounded Lieut John J Carran, John Boyle, Joseph Cherry, James A Ryner, Tho McKirman, Jonn u KUey, John Bitter. Silas Roby, Daniel Shether, John Stevenson, Thos Williamson, Uhriatian 2oois, John Carroll, Dennis U Weil 14. COMPANY G. Killed Lieut Hiram B Wilson, Dallas Merchant, Theodore Woodruff, Lerl Milling- ton, Samuel jsuiington o. Wounded Thomas Lansay, Rich'd Spind. ler, E Wood, Joseo J Campbell, Jno G Paul, Asa AlcUormick, Jftulip Sutton, Joha Alnir. James T Barnes, James Clossan, David Kane 11. COMPANY H. Killed Bruce E Brown, Mankln J Gib bon Wilson P Smith, Martin itegner, Jas M Church 5. Wounded Lieut John Ramsey, Andrew W McConneU, M A Lllley, Joseph Amos, Joseph Alexander, Howard G Afleck, Neely Alexander, John Hayes, Michael Ham, Ben edict Lory, William U Aewland, Alexander Koch 12. COMPANY I. Killed John Browo. Alexander Jeremiah 2. Wounded Joseph Fisher, Corporal Joha S Atwater, Geo H Bethard, Jackson Orowtil. Adam Moat, Joha Htaley, Jethron Hall, Joshua Gip, Henry Waterman 9. COMPANY E. Killed Philip B Glenn, William Eennlsoa. 2. .... . Wounded Caleb Boberts, corporal; John Hamilton, Jacktoa Balding, Isaas V DU- born, NatLanlel Donenhon. John Greares. William B Ireland, Nathan Lew:, Tilman Lewis, John T MoUullougb, John stiller, Jas H Watson, George DaneU John Custher, Abraham Delong, Patrick Conlin, Daniel Hepshlre, William Heathooate, Wm Hollis, Alfred Rltmer, Henry Weaver, Thomas Gal lagher, Wm Zimmerman, W O Bodell 23. COMPANY D. Prisoners Arlan Bancroft Senreant Dal- son, A Sheridan, James Blair, Jacob Hart man 6. - SSCAPiTULATIOS. Killed Wonodd........j l'rUoor..... ' Total 1 . 19 . SS . .124 Killed and Wounded of the 81st Ohio. From 'he Pittsburgh correspondence ef the Cincinnati Gasette, we obtain the fol lowing list of ths killed and wounded of the 81st Ohio: Compuy A, Cgpt Armstrong Command ing Captain Martin Armstrong, killed Monday eveolng; James H. Corns, Orderly Serueant, Lima, Allen countr. slisrhtlv wounded, bruised by spent ball or piece of sneu. Company B, Capt R. N. Adams Com mandingWilliam A. Johnson, Orderly Serjeant, Greenfield, Ohio, slightly wounded, struck by a .ball on the back ot the head; John Mader, corporal, Greenfield. Ohlo.alisht- ly wounded, ball glanced through the left side and lodged in the left arm; Elijah Furry, private, Leeburgh,Highland county, severe ly wounded, ball passed along right temple to the back ot the heed; Darid L. Lytle, private, Greenfield, Ohio, slightly wounded, bail graced right shoulder, does not unfit him lor duty; prirate F.. A. Sayre, slightly, with spent grape, bruising left arm. Company C, Capt P. A. Tyler Command ingSecond Lieut J. M. Post Upper San dusky, killed; struoh by a ball whilo salient- ly cheering his men on. He was carried off the field living, but died a few minutes after reaching the hospital: Senreant Willar Trier. Upper Sandusky, slightly wounded in the Dreast, oall passing round the rib and com. ing out at the back; private Oliver H. P, Reed; Crestline Ohio, seriously wounded in me oreast; private Samnel Doe a, Marseilles, Ohio, slightly in hand: private Jacob Miller. Upper Sandusky, slight wound oa ' right ouiaer. Company X. Capt R. G. Lanis Command ing private Lewis Sweareoeen. Danville. Mo, slight wound on throat, ball grating under his cam. Company F, Capt O. J. Dodds Command' lng Private George 3astbr, Stoat's P. O, unio, slightly in thlRhj private Joha Dwlre, Kockville, Ohio, sorionsly In thigh; private Oharle Wilby, Rockvllle, Ohio, thumb ot ten nana snot on. Company G, Capt R.B Klnsell Command lag Private Chas. Bidenour, Belleville, Slightly wounded In neck. Company H. Capt O. M. Hughe Com mandiog Prirate Jacob Gensel, Lima, O , slightly wounded In heel; prirate Frank M'Ginnis, Lima, Ohio, slightly, glancing ball In left breast; pnrate Martin Kintry, gllgcuy, spent, ball in right breast CoL Morton's horse was shot, and in fall ing wounded the Colonel slightly. In spite ot his wound be is ready for du'y. Sergeant Major John R. Chamberlain, Chllllcothe, Ohio, slightly braised oa thigh by shell, still able tor duty. To the Benevolent Ladies of Ohio. I am directed by the Governor to express to yon his hearty thanks for the prompt and liberal manner in which yoa are responding to his call of the 11th instant tor hospital tore. Although less than a week since the call was published, : more than forty boxes and barrel nlled with various article named in the call, with many others, hare been re- celved, and are being rapidly forwarded to rarioui camps. I beg leave to state that concentrated chicken, Jellies, preserved and canned fruits, should be in tin cans, and care fully sealed, otherwise they are liable to breakage, and entire loss, aa well as injury to other raloaole arncis packed with them. Earthen jars or cans are unsafe; nearly all break open, or their contents spoil in trans porting. I have received a large amount of bread, and several barrels and boxes of eggs. Bread should nerer be sent; and eges, if sent at all, should be earemlly packed In salt, or oats, la small boxes or kegs. But ter, If sent at all, snould be sent with great ear in crocks, weti covered with salt and the crook carefully paoked ia boxes, or kegs. The contents ot boxes, barrels, or kegs, should be plainly marked thereon, and an Invoice tent to mo. GEORGE B. WRIGHT Quartermaster General of Ohio. The following Is a list of hospital stores and suppliss needed: Oottoa shirts, Bedtloks, (8 by 7 feet) uouoa snoots, iiignt woolen blankets, (Jot ton pillow eases, Woolen and cotton draw ers, Wooln and cotton shirts, Haudker ohlef aad Towels, Llat from old pare linen, Oottoa locks, Pillow and cushions, Mate rial for rags aad bandages, Slippers aad light shoe, Dried trait, Prepared ehfokens, Arrow root, Oatmeal, Lemon syrup, LuT' rant jellies. Af.iUSEr.EKTS. i ,m BSAINABD'S HALL ! fY FOR ONE NIGHT OFLT! 8ATURDAY MVBNISG; APRIL 19d GREAT CoTbINATION. French Opera ' II E IT It L! A N N , The Great Frestidigltatenr, Who will give his NE W COMBLfAlION PROGRAMME, Oontalmeg Eight New t Startling Tricks, aavar bofora aralbnaaj brm. Alrt, the thru rmi of kisflrwroTa.,THI' KINGS ' "DOUlLB SlUHT" aa U aVAUICAL UOMCEST." The flrtt t pearanoa la thla eitr of MAUAMM! HKKRMANN, Tb .jebrted Prim Donna, and 8IGJNOH AM ATI DUBRUJEL. Tb (Mcbratmt BarltoM from la Aoadaair af bum, Bm 1 ore. OBBKB OF PXItrOHMANGa. Patt I tmaui'l 6mt Combination Pr- araaiao. Pab II lnnrainontal Oonrert by tbo CtlobraUd Trio from tbm Aednr of Malic, h. Y . Pab III Vor tho Srt tim In thli oitr will b slvoa onttro taa o&armlof Franca Oaora in on mi 01 LIS MOOCs DI JIANNXTH. Uoannotta't W-od!n) JtUDt lDe HIBBMAHU Jmb. thm Bridofroom (hit criminal ort In thli oountrj) Bliroor ASUTI DTJBBSUL LoPotiUFIomCJoannocto'aoooaiajAlx. Horrmaon LoOno Thorax ( Pq at).. Stooa. ttorar (unueamoiu, liiAffm, ao. ) OKhotra nndar tho dlrootlon of Hisrr 8GHBINIR atadmlMion SOoenu. itoMrrod arato Si tonta extra. Tbo aala of voata will commncaoa Thura dr, April 17th, at Bimlnard'a MntlcBtora. Door open At : to oobibmboo at s o'clock. N. B. Booka of too Oner. eootAlnliia tba word and fcar vaaao of ainalo. arransad aa Piano Porta Dotom, ar oau ; anoo aa oania gT. O K O B O E'S rf"v BENEVOLENT S0CIETTS ANNUAL FESTIVAL Tboannaalfaalrralof tho St. Gaorira'a Banavo lwt oociotT. of too lit? 01 Ulavoiaad, will tak alaoa at th aaclar Boaao, oa St. Ceorge'sDay, April m, '2. Plnnar will b arrad at X o olook praclaalr, aad aaipia aeecmmodaUona will ba saada (or Two Hun drad Paraoa. ai-nib9raar raaaclfolip raqoaatad to arocara lr Tict.ta brfora Uia dar ot tha Faail aaL tha DOaabar balnc lloiitad to two nnnnruj mm as ba aaltf oa taa ovaaiag ot tho Ptatital. aaVKoaa'nlow'a Band will ba la attradanoa, tb rwaolaa wlliy an4.r. Ut aaaaaaaaianl al Ai. T. feailoo. af-Ticki'ti or a Orotloman B !.., LajrwI.OA. to ha had of too rrauoaal. li.kL.ir. u. Sack aadU. SraanAald. T.A.WLT01i, . rraaioana. TaWABIS.-T. Ctxoa. O. uraaaSold, 13. Baaa lasdaa, i. Inltan. aarliac KEW A3Vtrti;3LV.triTS. Q N H AN D !. Aaaaaortaaot of beautiful Flre-CIay Cros, or Flower Tases, laalsaad for Tarda, Oardaaa aa OanMterlaa. ALIO, " " - "'" irs-tidw Sntrag Fipm f dummy Top, tor lata at Brdood Prloaa. A mo, COKE .xb OOALS. nrr-ci-o.0 p '-f!MtSi,. OIaund, A p U IS. mr. II J U 8 T PKOBIVBD-" Another Lot or those H LEACHED MUSLINS, : For One Bhilling'P Yard worth 18 j& AUO, 20,000 1'ds rnbl h'd Maslln, At the Bale Price by the Yard. I. P. SHERWOOD, 242 Hnperior St. aprl H. 1). KENDALL & CO. Sun Umbrellas and Parasols. A eoatplcta aaaortaait rocoWad to-dar. COLLERETTE A LA VICIOBIA, A bow aad baaailfal Bn fflln, In all wl Jlha. Travullog Setts, Linen Collars. Fine Swiss rietta, Embroiderrd H'd'k's, with a vrv ia aaaortaaat of KEW STYLES SILK SHAWLS. aprS H D. E SN DaLti W. (" Academy of Music. "") BAKK STREET 4x JOHN IX8I.KR- Maaaer. Poors Open at 7. Curtain IIks at 1 o.'dvik PBIIS at- ADHIB8I- N:-Parqotla oant : PamlrCtr3la2iranu; Sllarr iSoenta: rai K.rTnd darlns tha dar. AO nra ; H ola Bnti In Print Boxaa, 74 fot ; kntlr Box, 1, S A A dolUra. 1 OPENING ANIGHT!! Tt M anrr frli arood In belnf abla to rffor a oombiDod attraction apoa th oiwnliis oooaaion la tba aaraooa ot MI88 8ALLIE ST. CLAIB, th Brantlfbl, Talsntad. and well known OttTiL&VD MAToaiTa, aoa ta B'Pn! ooDino uomaiaat ME. CHAS BARRAS, tocath-r with th following Vow aid Exealleat Dtoca uompany Mr. John wil-lar. Mr J O. HcOollom, Br. W H Br'aa, ) r. Jama Lawia, Mr. H. K. Darli, Mr. J F. NorM, Mr. O F. PfOroot, Wra. affl ltV.lar, Hi.. B -h-l Noah, Mlal Llda Bunqo. Ulaa Ala Hardj, Mra Bradihaw. Ml. Bluca Bradahaw, , Mix w.it1U, air. 4. at. unariea, Maaara. aanda, Joaaa, rnrwll. So , Aa. Bitwi urn sri On Monday Evening. April 21st, Tha InaTjf nral Parf ;rmaaca will mBca with ta. ttirrinc renca i rama, in a aou, mum ma MTSTEEI0U3 ST SAX GEE; OB, THE 8ATAN IN PARI3 Tha D 1, Thi Conntoas da Baden, l?artooch Prinoa Valdanikl. Col St. Mar, Tha acaal. SALLIIST.OLAIB ikjont HtBrl da Baaosolili ..Mr. J. 0. KIcOoll Unt Vanilli ..Mr W. H. MiUk.. Orao.net, .... Mr, Jamaa Lawia. Maifcmoi..ila da Maatlla.. Mlaa Karaal koab Madam da Jrrto.nta... HMiaa stria Bar ij ,.Mlaa LioaPonQO Grmad Ovartavw kr , Orchaatra. To eonolnda with tha Htw Oomadj oallei PEGOT GEEEN. Pasrr " i w S1 ril.lfr. Mr. Tooaiaa Tippana Mr. Jooa Xliaiar. ajayPrr Bn'ta and Brgolatlrna aaa PTograTcmai T OOK OUT FOB BARGAINS I 27) Saperlar 9 treat, ABO 108 HaflBjaa'a Block. HaTf n aonaactad tha abora ftoraa. and aowlr fit. tad tham op. Biklof i ham tba fioaat Swrxa in Olavo land f'T tba Orooary nalnaaa. 1 am piaparad to of fer o tba olilaaua of Olevalana aad vicinity a fiod aaaonmant oi onoic Groceries and Family Supplies, ouaaiariao or Rio. Ziarmrra Bantoa a"d Jara Coffea: Oolotin. Gvapowdar anw oaog Ton Teaatb Ivgmt vo- UriaWii avar oara in uiareiaaa ; au Kiuet or ou- iTi- cfaeavirar tbavn at anr otbr atora in taa OItt : wlKlaaAl itrlcttw ur Oroand Cpica of all klodt; oeioraaa aatr laiii ana au iidu oi wooa Hmoked Halibut, "botcnee, booods, Stc , Jte : Wtwt xnaia and new urieaii aBuiMana. iao a ooa aa nortmani of Aytuvm I 6 0f.mli choios Mapla ?rrnf jast raonlred; tba Daat brands of family flanr: uboloe Jiara a4 Yaiioua ainda af cuawioc aad Smoking Tobacco a t bar aiao mada arranffraou for a larga aoap'r oi ut rary DAI&r BDTTEK and CHEESE, UMntrr rodnc. Drlad and Poralfn Prolra Is tbalr ataaoa; Pjckios, bauoas, FlnaAppioa and Knt of ail kjnaa, do., aa. rFla-de air nw eall and jndw of tha qsalltr and pnota bolora boyins alaawnara. aWOooda dollToml fla of charge. Q. D. BECK. I am aola Arert for Pntnaa s Xxcalalor U'otha Wrincar. iall and eeo thm. apnriw OuC6U9. Tba ludUwn ckaof ai ot oar ollmal ata sonroaa cf Pnlmeuarp, Bruackialand Aalhmatlo Af' factions. Xxparlano bavins provad that aimpla nmvlM oflan a:t apsdl!j- and oartalnljr whaa t k an In tba atlr atagai of the dlttaa reoonrs ihoold at oao ta had-to "Urowa't Bronchial Tiochaa," or Iioungaa, let to Cold, Oanfb, or Irritation of tne Tbraat b. cvtr ao alight, aa br thla precaution a mora aarioai ettetk Bur b aSeatsallr warded off. Pnbllo Speaker andcinsaia will And tham esectual torclaarla and atrengthaainat ha TO ice. P U T N A ill 8 Excelsior Clotlics Wringer, Ii tba imalasat. StrocMt, moat DnraMa, tha laaat llab a to rot oat of order, and warranto! so aolt To ry HoaMkowr on trui, bttror tbaa any other wriDaar at-ida ataat or W at. I tvn va no themb anretn about it can oa vnt on ana mac iau ao any tub In two aoal ta alwara raad' lor lare aod mall artioloa laoa eol ar ai bod Jlt, wtbrnt al ta rat ton fbtMren -luiit yars old witi do ai. taa wrlnainf f ir amai-mrnt, Wit to tTery good hoaaekatB-r( BDTONI, and If yon can aflord to do wlboBt lif i at urn It alter tri al and gat ynnr ationay. ayattannfapctarad an 4 to 4 WbofeaaJa and lotal1, corner cf Ootaru and Micbrfas ata (J t1o by H. W. PCTXAIC afi fbta wantfd with Caab, to ay wbolaaaia ynca. w in am uoa varriwory. or ku ii mi uun. ariy:3w? QOUNTE BPA N E 3 . 4 Cases French Quilts, ENGLISH COUNTERPANES, CBIB QUILTS. Oomartalnf a ailaadid aaaortnunt. THE EAGLE QUILT, VIST CQaUP. aVPa.tlca ar attention la invited to a Una of IMPERIAL QUlLTd A $1,25. UetUI uoaaaa aak 11,79 to 13,00 for I am. Ezehumlf Guk. Cm Friet Only. arris . I. BALDW1S A OO. Jobs BnelU PlalntIB', 1 . i Ckarle Wlnalow, aa tb I Ooorl cf Ocmmca Fiaaa, aafigjevoi ntaumu. f Hnat, tor tba b neat Cnrahota Oointy, 0. cf tbe creditor, ot U j O. Saxtoa, Oaiancant-J TVrOTIUK. O.C.SSXTON, op thi 11 PUte of Kievian, win taxa nctioa t' at John Hil did. oa tha 17th daT of SIOTpailiar. A. D. 1AI. au hia aet.tirn lu taa Ooart of . out men Pimab vli.- in aad tor tha oountr of CurahoKa, aad Bute of Ohio, eaeioei ma eai vuum ivjnaiow aaa,i(Daa, Aa. eetliua f rih that lie bai el im aaaioat tha aetata of ti e eara . v. . tor ine anm or siw, a. d Intereat from Octooar Mth, i-a ant Mi, .ad Intaratt Ma Jane 7 U, lal. Maa 6 pi tent., aad that M.iA uiliiinMlt waa fiaod 03 tba othar a.eitxra ofaald boat, aad prat lag tnat la a.ilaasea f A. M Uant to t.hari. wl&alow be ca.Wed ta nar the ea&ai b peat ef ell tea creditor, of ibe aald Hunt, aad br loaee of Oowt thi aald V. O -xtoa u wa .tn .artr OaJat.dnt to aaid lad 1 k . .aid O. O. owxton la leoulred to appear at.d euwar aaid patltlo oa or before taa lhia Bauudas alter Uaa SMk Ur af Mar Best. Aprlll, UaOw PlaiatU AtaV. . .;eu rvrnTiH-HiiTS. I ABAMUL3 AwdFUN UMREL- LAS BITTBfB'J aCH. ANTED A SITUATION AS OIITTSR tn th!ftTOT riiirroiind.Bjr anantr Tb atlTrt.Mrr BHatdiaMMrMacaot twatfona y-oa, tba )artr a "tioa of waih aaviaa bra a-awt .iw'wr, Hw Tort, artrtiaaa, f-f tha araagnt LStLLtxtAHsiLt K rwaik. O. aorl rpHE .? AXB INEZ;' ' 0 TBS UB laaUT or ran Ciaxsoa OurH, OJHTIAIDBD. i ' OHAPtla XU.-Te AniUDluta, An aoo'har lanoramoa, Wboof aeif dorf woador tbtnk, ' ara tho km mntaaaa. tom cat . .. no will air dtp la tak, And tb.a mate H oa mm fbolaoap, Brtna a retter atorr oat, t Tbaa mr atorr of Pair laoa. Walok aaaartloa I maca aoakt. B- tha thlnfi do not diwark ma. Tboaa mj aeajQ wao da4ae, Wil, when I baea paaaad to aeeven, Miary aaeaFa4 taaua. - Twentr eftlaa efataaad a Bamr, " Ben to haaeaa kia .eiril bad , Th'oeh wbioe cMv lirmg liomar. Oooti aotaara .oral of bread. or do I fariret that Taaa i. whea ata Ilea war awfal rr, : Thro' all urea oonld aot get traatad Por a eingi drop of Tr..' ' Bat theae man who at mp t .lent ' rntar and aooff, and make a moa'fc, 1 So oall Iheu baae earedara, 7mpathlaer with toe socta. . ' And I warn them, lam tha eoantrr. Leave It era tn coonlDg prlLg, P ot eaonWAged peoo will aot, nfa.ll aot, eiaad uua aortol thlnf. (OOKTIHCBD.) ..- . Tka patroB af Ualoa Ball aa the pnblle In ta aral viil pl-aa take aotio that w are new eoarinc tn ft ah al Bargalua ia 8PBTNG & SUMMEB CLOTHING. at fraa'lr rednoed prloaa, at 1SAA.0 A ISAACS' MAGNIFICENT UNION HALL, bote Agene? Br tba pale of ("Inter'. Oleorted Sawing Maiialnae, Btronjt a Paieat Armp Iron A, aad otorr Anionatoa f reaaman, Dora of I'rton and Ouxorior .irta, r loos ovt roit th uiant -a I T C 0 M B'8 NEW BOOK, THE BAY PATH, A Tale of Kew Kagland Colonial Lift, Br J. G. H0LLA3D. -Ai O- NEV7 SUPPLIira OF THIS Author's Other Eooks, JUST RECEIVED B T F J. B. CCE3 CO., apr!9 241 Euparior-at. SFEC1IL H0UCES. a.Tbe Book ot all others that sbonld be read tv maa witk damt?d an brtkaa-dewa con atllntiona la "HUM AM rBAlLIT, or PLnlokgi calBsaeanhee " It li heanlifnllr tllaarrated, and treat. minatolT of a 1 tha ii mptoau that invariably devaiope themuleea, aojoar or Utar, roltjc from tha trailtlaa and vttlailnf hab ti of earlr loath, te oapecitatlDg the victim from ih ring I ha frnitl m ef tb matrimonial at tie, aad, tr aot chacktd la 'aa, degeaeratiif all tha fn action, ol annkatd, aad brlngtng klm, atop bj step, ta a lingering and nn timeb death . oU kr 1K SAU)W, 1M lllaeoLaratraet, ksw fork, prtoe IS oanU. Bast brae evarrwkera. Soid ao Nr B. W. Llark, Drug (lata, Oaaelana. hlo. IJtPOKTANT TO ?iM .LE8. DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS. 1 Tbeetmbinattca of Injradlan . in the Plila are thaiaenltola Inag end extanllre practico. Thaj are mild In tlieir t puatloa, and ear Uia in eo recl ine all irregnlarlUal, aalafnl HaaXorati n a, re mcvins all o straoiloae, wae:k. r from nn.d .-other wiaa, aaadaota, pain la th ai a, aalaiutiaa af ta hart, white, all nervon aft ctiuna, Bjaterk. fk tigne, pain la the bk end limb, Ao , distorted lep, which arlaafiom Intarrnptioa ef natara. DS. CEZESEMJ ITS FILLS wat tba eomBtenoamant of a Dew era In th Ileal meat of too, brragularitiea aa obatrnetloaa wklek have ooaalgned ao au) a a premature grave. Jte female can anjor good ae-Jtk anlaaa aha t nalar, aad wbeneear aa ebetra-tloa tax a. place tha gaaeral health aeg-taa to daoltaa. . DR. CSEESEMAITS FILLS are the atoat effectual nmedr erer known lor all ooaaplaiaia peculiar ta f aaulee. Tn all elaanaa ther are Inralnabla, in.edng, with eertaialp, pariodlenl lagnlarltp. Thar are knowa to taoaanada, who have aard them at different parloda, tkrossiioat ta ooontrr, aavlBC taa a. art in. ef soma of ta bmM mlaaat Pkiemiaaa la America. KxpUclt ofVaatloaa, ataUng whaa lh-7 akcnld aat peaaad,withaaohBox, T kfl prka t l,w par Box. containing from U0 Pill. PUI seat bp mail, Bromptlr, br realttfac to tke Proprietor. Cold b trog(tata ganarallr. U. B HOTOPlNG-i, Proprietor, Sa Cedar at.. A.w lork. ata. Soid WkolmaU and IcUll la Cletalaad bp BTKONa A AIUlsTKOSa. aawU-eowBtt PHE BKST AKTIFIC1AL HELP I votns aUSLaJI 8iaHI Ir xa InTnrna I . L. H. B0L0M0N30X, PrttHa ami 8eaU Optitim. Kaapa 'he areat aaaortaMnt tba moatlaaroead klnda ot hPCoTACLAd. Ail hs Glweaa, woetat karnoarorawaiKbtad, aregroand nai-ir oi. own In inectioa, bp mackiaerp of a new ooaatrnctka. wl Ik Ihe great.! care, eo aa to .nit the e?ee in all caa-ie, snnng Weekneaa, Diaafoeaa or Inflammation olitte a yea, and lmpartias Ureaflk sax aaaa reening ex See eewlrg. M r. Boua-oimea wontd kar fafarm th peiWte that ka never ampior. anr on In taeaai ol hta Lena-. " A1ao,aptanil:daeortei'ntot d?T 6LA-x-ao, Hl-'HOai Oft. COK PAHj, a., kt oa hand. av ARnrifJlAli AIJUI iaaartaa witaoat ama. ataataVut aa natnrai. OrncB Ho. ue Saperlar at, aadar tha America Sotal. ear 11 A "BLiUST OOLD," OOL'GH, OBOttSSS,Ve Sore Tkroat whica m .(,! chacxed witk a aimple reiaajr, it im lected, o-t-a aervjiaate aarHtarir. Pew era eware ot the tmporwnaa of .co?etiiX a IVifiek or ''U.M s. 0oL." In tte areS ataaw ; so f C!cl ta tn beinmt.g woe I 'I ptetd to a mild reaeT, If n , J atiadad to. aooa a'tak. t v. Ihb... Bow'a liaoaraTi .coeiiix a leB or xlmv in tte Bret ataaw l toat oaid not tn. J . e TaocBBi" ware Brat Uit.-oueowi eeaeaa pear am. It; baa keen MXUl proeed toea tnev are te beet artlo4 before tba aoMlo tor Ooqatta. (loija. BroAcbitla. Aatjo ma. Cmtan h, taa n ar.s ii.g o'w is wunru,a, al nnmeroaa aaeouoa of ta Ikroai, siTiaa la. mediate raJef. pobuo spxAiiBa aid usexaa will Ind them .Saotaal lor aaaartng and atraa kea- VoaBcnrkeartltTlB tt saanp ' oomaeaada. Ilaaaol tha "BB-jaclliAn t AuCa aS, Brapan it th Itejar. Uto.I. At tb eerr tin tfl.y wer troorbt to oar aot.r, w were .eaenng from a Mr Ooi, from wnico w obcaiaed lm'Mrt M. prnnxn.nt relief br the of lo lautatl, 1 ! . . M .M nffrine fro broaoei&i fee4. tatica, particular! kliaietera or Pabuo taaun, ther will Sad tool tine aie remadr will br-nx al vt mi"l re lei. eo J Dk lnm to .- ai Jj tlttdiacali7or.aSer!n. i Hoet-.a welcome. ........ A. there ar oaar Inxtattoaa. axx kw and okT.ix coir "I"'" ' Brvacuial froonee," wah h, bp loaf nwr, ka proeed taeir eajeo, BAtlnx ree Ired liie aasccm of paxaana peaei It and twiaawiiaa omiiiMit nrna f.r "u.hoat aaaweatoee c o m luc CLEVELAND PRODUCE MARKET. 8.13041 toOBBltew, Ai.ii w. kx ' FLOCtt the market porterdor wee doll aad oa Ckaajat, with eelre of w ,Hl toibU extra ltd at I4.S9, aad JO bbia donble ex tra white at Sfia, WHEAT-fa-ket dell taS "a-l'sir, and In tea aboeno of aa'aa wa oall aTavaAi-.aa, - CORN atarkat salaf. (ale. or l:oo boih from atora at tSc, aad Icar. on track at c. OATS Starlet Arm. Balsa of 1 cuaoa track at r. . UkSS Staadp aad nlet at 77c for coir. at to chota kettle randerrd. KTTTSS. -Markat dolt, wltk aataii aakr of goow roU at Jo. EaOB galea of is bbia at J'-a NEW YORK MARKET—April 18. [BY TELEGRAPH.] WIjOTH Mwket 'j bearr, oaaettlsd aad Ve low-r. buperSiie la rare tutl, al-soet aiaai'bid Market cloeing haarp with no borer, at ootaida que. ta;iooa. - tiae PJOO blIa ai H,l ! for err-flna ttaU; t.;tutiM torertr .taw; n.w5..rj t-r enpertln weetern, 94,l?ti'.t0 x eotrcrtoc to nit-tlnrn extra weet-ro; So.l'r-i 30 ftr .biepiue tran-ia axira r-jatA b?p Ohio; o,-').7i uz UwJ- r.tj .e. l.,Ml)t lj4iiit !U,km .inii an4 lower. 8:e L0 i.bla at Si,74lwiof aprm. and A uu.p t,t kr wit u-r extra 11YS Pl-OCJt Jlaiketsoiat aad .ioviy. Sale, at a3.2.v'i... (4l'aa l-4lr-Markat etead. Belaa 13S kbk iarscer at f ;tdi. WHleiel V Mark'4 lower. Self 80S bbia at 2Hc iir atat and 2cwat.rn. j WBBAT tdarxe aontlone dtlTl arihearr. Selet 7u.iaa both winter red weau-rnat u-C.rk the latter aa extreme p-i-e. B Kk-Mariat kria with fir evport demaod. alee 4jio biiab at italic. H HI, V 3'er.t .oi-t .ti oataaognd. Saam S,0u boh Canada Wat at gi.'jo. ( OatM-arKettaeon bure a with km rloing. Saio. O5.0IK utwh at b-f.c Ur iive-t Mien la atora and ao ewivereo; .7 air tor riiow Jerrep. OATS Me: ket dull. Huee u Ije lor Jereef, Caca4is WMtem and atat. t IIKKEiJ-Martet f-T rioaait an. a-'caa oa. ehanxed (Jtbej k'.ni. In moderate df..a rt eerp fn II price, eaiee eiw ba- ot. Lioioimo inioada: K-c. attitR Market f r raw I. .1e-T ancfenead. Saiea bbda c-aoa e7r; loe noa ru iiicoai I?:; V b xb b.Ttnii part at 'Sc. itOL AfWiE Jnan'rp cnot:r-n poodt atork vary liaflt. e.ie. 3ii hnd. Porto lite at eu; i S hboi Cuba icnaeovado at 29 . HK-lo god eetn.ndai d prloea .lightlp fa vor, bojera. SaVt 17M bt.ie a' Si i.r.j '2 '.i lor oiee Incindliix eerr choice at :a.7 p i txu.oi lor prime mra.- IOfatl" for prime; ;u,J5 tor clear. B a K H Mai ke end flrin. ee ite boia at ai.i-.d.M country prime; 1 i.'h.'r, tor conotrp meaa; iii iniiJlg tut reoacxed avnaa; iit,Jivil Br extra mea. PKI1R tK8S BKEF-Ia molerita Urn aad at f;v 'ti2i.o. P K tcK H 'f-rk Itivtlea t Slr.afSilT.J. ITT III KAT-aUrket ateadr. am paoa. airea at t't-.ic for eboniors; u;r h-uoa. SJAI :. )ide rule dull. nra Hl hoxe at tai for Cumberland oat mldaltm; tc kr long rueed. IJkRT-Markt dnll. hT and lewer.- Fa'ee 1.90 bbia at ;t0iV Iuc.o.'ing eniaii aalea rarp choice a sHc, woicb la a-y re tba mart-;. HLTTKtt belilug at nolle kr caio-, lsato. tor te. r u CUKE88 alarket em at ',-. ' . CHICAGO MARKET—April 18. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FT.Oni Market haarjr and Inactive. V. HKAT-kUrket acure, Srm anV hi. aalr. t 7.-.7o . k..nigner. JiaJt-xtarket firm bot nit atM,., Oaloi jik-x P'taK-kTaTket!lilljp1i)W j f.f.iSS?lffi;T" We B CCUAAUKe-TJachaBced. ' Gold J 1 neat pranuuin. , . . " N. Y. STOCK MARKET—April 18. [BY TELEGRAPH.] WON BT Markat a-w. ;er with more btritneaa at fcfie 9i cent oo call, rltriotlp pnaee par paper la acr-e attd wanted ct-pr. HrSwUNtt K.Vl MAtB-afnrk?f dull at 11) V)!l2Kr touiker.' Miia. f JJ LII American dnil at 1 1 cent premium. Gait iraia gold bar. kae declined to 1 pi c ut pre. U iVr-nvVKIT PTorX Hrket firm. Uniwd Statae a 'Si Sltk'Si4; 7 HO iToucrp note, at S'fUCJS. Warkfit ernerallr t!nchai-d; onie. ChltaoA Boca lalaod AX I leelan. l"'r-nbeeA ClQtincatl 11; Ciereland A Putar.uri(h 17; faaama I3; trie pret-rred i ; r Jf; N-w V'rt iattal S3: -alene A t. hi -ego yS: Buru'o A ?iete L-o l a; Amrrican gold 10la; Toledo k v- a'jaab ) kjnda tw Cuiied btatea a. one Tar ot-rtiti jatts v:. M A R I N E. PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED—April 17. Prop. Owearo. Drake. Dunkirk - i Prop. Portsmouth. Bond, Dunkirk, ITS hhds ba con, 802 pkra lard. 57 bl-N est. 21a boa tiour, M kbde tobacco. 4' hl-ls liighwlnea. fkhr. Carrie Woodford, Viriam, Ioietio, , CLEARED. Prop. 0re;ro, Dnke. Dunkirk 200 bMs Soot, tit bbl. bigtawlDes. 4a? bbliiwbtity,'l aacka oam, and a large quintity of niiKellanc oox article. r Prop. Foreat Queen. McCaryey. Baffio. X bbls flour, 42 bb! exgs.i S3 bbls b-ef. l.i kfe nail.. Sa bbia wnr-kv. 10 pk. barter. 11T pka mUae, $8 bdis irou. S loos ,ug iroa, 13o boxe. chi'ee. 10 kes bui'-r. r Prop. Potomac, GebLerd. Chir;iot !fcn pi: :r-Tool.., 11 k?g Bails. lx bdia irou. ililo t sln.-a,, ltoo keg. naiia. 63 ikg pitHin. lis hhia. dried apples, otfl gricliToiu-;, .luj kp Bail. Bark P. C. Sherman, Mwin, M'lwoiifcee. Bark Udill, Brant, lliiwatk- - i ' Sciir. Conaueilo. Ilattii.loa, xiu'. j, tou ooal. 8chr. L. J. Tarwell, Banter, Be'!!'.; fta ions coal. -Schr. Vanguard, Darin, i:hiojo, EiO t jn coal. Scow St. jWpa, Stoner, Monroe, llii m i, B4f 4 toaa nail, S torn coal. iMrOXTXJTT TO TXS3X1JJ OwXABX AX MlltlU, The Secretary of the Treasury Lax iwtard ia rtractions to tho Collectors of the seTem lake ports, to enforce the law. rf alxUng Uie mannrr in which maniftatsof vesaeU am pre yared, and to enforce Ihe penalties accmicg from, a non compliance with the provisions of the. lit. Exirtlni; laws require thst thi nianifaera of ViUsh tH fpecify the maiki ilA nuu.ocri of erery cack, bag, box, chet er pttc-3,ie, ill- unit: and place of residence of every shipper aotl coo ignee, aad the quantity shipped by and to each, and alto the kind or character of toe merchaa dUe. For aeveral yean post manifests hire b en prepared In a very loose and general miniier, frequently fn this fashion: " 1 too fai-tige. o Bjerehandtse, eondry thipperi aaJ cons' ;aee" without giving any farther descrip icn of tha tnerebandiae, either as to It. chancer Or its Btarks and Bomber; and fB be glTcn cumber of packages stay be embraced teas, coffee, xusar,. BMlaavH, wine, lkiuorx, hardware, ind, ia Utt, erery article which can be classed nn.ler the gen eral terra of " merchandise," so that it Is itterly lzcpoesible I ascertain the character of C-e goods frooj tb document- It is to correct irregu larity that th Secretary of the Trear ry has tanned th ioatractiona referred to. ' Tiie Coi leotoT of tbi port will riJgedly enftrca te law oa thi. aabjeoL - , - - a MISCELLANEOUS. Th following item are from tba .Detroit Ad vertlaer cf the 17'i PAsaxn cr Tsartisxr Propellar Cily cf afaduon; barks W. L. Pierson, Q irhrc; b.- j Ole ander; chooners Sarai'ao, Coniior. . & J. lle BiM, A. Med bury, C ianbel, J. i broax. teobi-d, Hampton, itaaeppa. Passxb Dowx. tfchoonem Blact Kewk. H. P. fjoodell. Stbabk Scsri' IVom Port tTum3, reehrd here yeeterday atternoon wt-h favorr.b latelli geac front th ice in Lake Huroo. Curt, piocr . tate that Ui 1J has dieaopeared from t.he lower end of the lake, having been driven oi" hy tn reoeat heavy ao;h-weet wind", and on T a-sdy afternoon aad eveBing profwlier, ui .juiie a fleet of aail v ease la, took tueir departure) win, favorable proepecta of reaching tha .-'nt.!j.. Ta steamer Koreat iuen. bound for S-- n-i", l-rt Pert Unron in company with the above Heel , and , np to the time of tu itepartnr ol Uil-. .; y .-- ' terdxv mornirifr, had .lot returned, ia pios pects'are in every wxy flarter'ng f-r ,-s tt!ng thru-jgh. Tber u ao Ice rn tue St. Ci-r ;ts: ta obattuc paasag ol reaaels . , ., A Disaxtkb befeltietug F. C. B'.i. b. whicli i le It here Tueedsy for Laae liurcn, w;av threw veeels In tow. On her arrival at A iqac. -whir , ah caviled for wood, an aaJdvn y cottTaemied leaking, and before it was posaioie to aom y lier , into so toe safe or secure place aoe suck m ab ittt SO feet of water. She will be repnirtl Ua mi-dl-ately. i Thb PopLtxa Bxwi A novjl. 'al trithsl qaite an lmitirtant improvement baa lar nAiide . among our iska marin, by tne aiterar-,, and ' oonvertinn of wbat waa formerly Lie tuj B. V. Brae, wbi-.ri has made her apr-arai:ce .t t,a.V docks, in llie fhiipa of an npper cimo pmnell-r, rigged with Biat and rail, and very taei fully pa nted np wlia a coat of white, tibe bu on a earco of atavee from ew baituuore, bouoal for bunalo. - Linrn er vpb Banoxx Stxti Cns oi" the i sneat propellcre over lanncbed. lett the art ya of : aiaaon A Bidweil's alupyard at ha'f p tour, . r. a., and took to the water as V :i i.y an if to a native element. Tbe proueiUr Ba .'r s- le has bB bnilt by Xaeoo. A bidweil an: .t. toe pest water, In company wttli th k-ti ;r w'ata, both being for r.aigo a People i-iue..- Her leBirtlk, enatom house measuremen-. is "i V feet; ; caia.ax feet; deptn of boid. 1 wet; and ton- . nafire, 9M tons. Her mo.i-d proea apeed, n., Ut strength of th anil is no-ur;---ed oa the laxea. one" is bwiltwl'.h b"k hea-u. "t-Jipg ber tnto water tight eooit srtineuia, aoi b-r cao lna ara far koor oomuwuioue l' ii t u bar . hoea aUowabi except lor t:.e grow ' r. gr baeineaa of tbe prope. 'er Imn. ii-. r - sloe Ver bant at tn steward I roe Worxs. iw bar 44 Inch eyliadera, witii 4 iooh stroke, it is ot: f neceaaary to aui mat s.ie aw w o.-;i..ohi'o. Captain J. W. BeokwttB, a seaman who wrn aa nonorable reouatijoo In a ion? and .;-e:al , earvMM oa th ImaMH? int. . .