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"ggfrrjtisMtrj gwmal J. V. U.HLKY, Editor. 1 . : '. . . .. i.M.-j TIIIKSIMT, 31 iY 0, JSC... The War on the Union. Friday's Dispatches. Tl. first Mini HfROIltl rlMl1l-ntl III O I.I olunteers arrived safely at Wat-hng'on e on Thursday evcoirg, and were received with great nthu.inm. TU, ms-h. a fine .ppe.raace.and wera welcomed by . large number of Ohloana. who escorted I ,h,m to their quarter.. CaPt. Usr.lt Irt If. V. naral brigade " P' " . . ... . ... ... dered into scrrioe. ar-liko rr pra-, tion. an rery active in the vicinity of Vt , Monrco and Bewail'. Point, and we shall j .i.i f not be ampnscdlo hear of an engagement ! . rrt - ... - . , any moment. The irgmmns are con-! . .. i f .i.. - i centratirg a large force at ihat point, and i even now send an occasional .hot at h, ; vessels ofthe blockading fl.et. rlul they come too ne.r. A. L. 1W invcn.i. n for j throwing hot w.tei from the side of a ves- Arina .n n Moment, i. MMirrd fa- 1 Torably by the commissioner of patents, i The use of the Invention is tender, d to , the Government free of cha.g... Five!'" rcgimenu at Washington, received notice t marr.t, ui T, o'clock on Tl.ur.dav morn- i ...... . I ing. inch duve.opmcnt. are expected ! - : Boon from the evidence niriiished by the i seized telegraphic ditpntchc . . ., ' dies, ana eonsid- erable excitement prevail. in eonsrquenco. 2000 rebel troops are said to be in Ah x andriaj nobody daring (o vote fo. Union , The $1,(500.000 appropriation hill pvsed both branches of the Kentucky h gihhi-! lure before its adjimrnmnU, aaJ is now a law. If this State is not forced out o the Union it will be b cause J. C. Dreck- J inridgo aud her infamous Governor are : unable to accomplish Iho work. The eteamer J. C. .Swon was stized nt liar-; low's landing below St. Louis and taken ; tip to the arsenal, by order of 0. n Lyon, : as also about 5000 pounds of lend ou the Iron Mountain rnilioad, destined Sjuth. Saturday's Dispatches. Great excitement was everywhere cre ated to-day by the announcement of the murder of Col. Ellsworth, the command er of the New York Fire Zuavea, nr d flags wt re flying at half mast throughout the free states. The Zuaves, together with the New Jersey and Michigan brigades, crossed into Virginia on Thuisday even ing, and at 9 o'clock Friday morning were in possession of Alexandria. The rebels fired aud fled. They were pursued by the Michiganden nnd a company of forty Virginia cavalry captured without any re BiRtenec. After the Federal troops had eticrea Aicxanurm, u.i. iMla worth haul- 1 J - ' si r .... . . eu uown a secession nag irom tne marshal House, and was shot by the proprietor of the house, and who in turn was instantly Bhot by Francis D. Drownell, one of E Is- worth's regiment. The bodv of Col. E. . . . ..... ... was ianen io vn8iington iNavy Ynrd. President Lincoln, who wan a warm per 8onal friend of Ellsworth, was deeply af- rrt.l .i. hi. l0ttil. 'PK,.. 11. ..., troops now advancin int V ' ' A ,. : " u.V? " ,n'""!' , f' l.ng.on I,ght. is now occt.pud by two ily engaged in throwing up fortifications. Sherman's battery and (he District vol- unteer. ate commanding the Maryland t . . , . , troop, are now in possesnon of Fairfax r ... 11 1 1 11 .1 .1 Court House, and command all the roads 1 .. , T 1 1 itt . 1 ml in it In Rmhmnnn unit Ilaini.t-'o tVr. ..... ry. Some 60 prisoners were taken in the vicity of Arlington Highls. Tho organi zation of the Ohio regiments, called into service, is now about complete. The nr- ival of additional rebel Hoops at Kich-' mond is ancounced. A correspondent ol the New Yoik Times .ays there are tow 50,000 men under arm. in the pay of the United State. Government. Govern- ment is in possession of startling inform- .lion from Baltimore that ccr;ain promi-j pretended Uuion men, who, in the! presence of U. S. troops, have loudly pro fessed derotionto tho Union, are secretly working for secession. Their names and accurate information about them and their plans aro in the hands of iho Admin-1 titration. An advance of tho rebels from . , Culpepper Couit House, C2 miles from is anticipated, but assurance is Lit that Qen. Scott has directed this ad Tance wiih a full understanding of b11 he to encounter. A gentleman just from Tennessee r ports that supplies are now cut off from the western pint ol that Stale and that great fear of .larva - tton prevails. There is a report that Ells - worm men have commenced executing threats of vengeance, at Alexandria, aud have already shot three violent secession- ists. The people who sympathized nhh Jackson have been compelled to flee for their lives. The armed steamer S u h - Carolina left Boston Friday niiiht for fort Pklwas, taling , crew of J37 mea, also 100 seamen lor the Avt to surnl'v the 1 1 1 . . places of those whose t rm 4,f n atn-.fnt has expired. She alao took out several tan-inch mortars, rifled cannon and other war munitione. Active opeia ions Bgainst 60 wall's Point, with a view lo capture the ' b&tteriei and rebels, will piobHbly be commenced with a few day . Monday's Dispatches. Cal. Ellsworth', funeral look pi ice noon n Saturday last from ihe Kxettt ive Mansion. The hearBe was followed by the Zuaves, among whom oi the aveog- er of Ellsworth, bearing the secession flag i. ,ir,.n Kir ii,o da.QSfi,l tken r.ii-,..,i ., t, . . . c , . ' 0 , the Pres.dent, Secretaries Seward nJ Smith, military, Ac. All the bulls were tolled, and all flags at half mast and drsp- ed in mourning. The rebels are said le concentrating forces about ten mile. . g ... .... below Alexandria for an attack. It is be- Jlcred an effort will be made to dislodge i " . if , j J' J' Cftr,uret' Ti . srcesMonists, but hlWSM'n J m.l J of Lou,- "h,ch lo be "CC"P rd ! "T? rr,m',nlB; V" ' ',bu frn:,,1,C,1 "Z arms by the Government on a pi. ago that J . 1 6 bo ud for lb9 Un,ou 'Kf(!D" the Federal troops. No train bare been Operating on Baltimore and Ohio railroad, cast of Harpe r's Terry, for several days. At this point 11 engines, t large number of ears and 49 men employed on the trains hare been ai rented by tin rebels. The mn tlie Indian COlin- . . . ' . 1 B ' tile or csvslry and S of Infuntry, are now . t - ... . 1. C- wnu I rrtu .rk Tuesday's Dispatches. -,-- Accordinff o the Toledo linns, the . ..,, n, 14ih reijimtnt left Camp Pu'nutn on Mon at day for f)in point in V irginui. Momen ' s l ck h bh rtb J" Rt IIb1" '"'J- -.WO K,leral troops are " Port-d "l lhp .1Io",e- ,;ar.,0lR,, of Provisions and having on board e.gh. l 'n rt'bd lrooP WM tsken int0 A,"X- r,",,,.' , , , " lh Maryland lino. to P,tvcnt M' vemtnt f.om Ha.p.r a l'W,y in lition of WaBhing.on.- dria. Two regimonta are now two n ih.n Tin inn urn runullv vvve.ixmr fnriilirlnnR ' . ' " .,.:-.. ! ... ! . breouenl cipturu. or the rtoti pickets 1 r , 1 are reported. almost d.iily. East Tennessee. j i j ! "Andy" John1 on, Mr. Nelson, nnd a few other indomi'able fiiends of the Union are traveling through East Tennessee, and end nvoiing lo nromc the people to iho rrp niHibiliik's of their position. The masses there, and i.nl cd throughout the fin to are opposed to secession. Gov Harris is, however, a Irnilor.nnd the Leg islature have been bought or forced over lo his support. The papers of Nashville nnd Memphii are filled with ntrociou falsi hoods regarding ih'j Government, nnd thr aUn violence and death, even, aaimt all wLo vcuture to support the Union. Arms are given to nono but se oesbion companies, nnd companies of these armed nssassins of the Governor are lo cated all over the S ate. IK-sides this, hundreds of secession soldi, rs are dai'y pas'-ing through Knoxvillo from the col ton $:ates to Vi.ginia, and uttering horri ble threa's against a'l abolitionists, as the Union men are indiscriminately called. In view of this fact, iho vote to ascertain tho choice of Iho peoplu of that Siato will be about as great a farce as the Virginia gag. However, tho accounts from the Eastern portion of the Stitn indicate a b. a'ihy renction in favor of the Union.but' . ' whether this will be nblo to overcome the treasonable purposes of the Governor nnd his -complices, is indeed a questhn of Jl)Ubt. lf.hu patriotic wastes there were ,....iu ,.i..,i i,. u i,. .:.,i..i.. rf 1 their rights, there is but little doubl lhat the rebel despotism might be broken up. Important Statement. I I writer in the Uazcttc, who occupies a high fli ial position, slates that regard-' (ni j "0t' 8l;,n,d wiU not 'wz ' lhc Soulh' em Confederacy ; that the statements 1 which have given a ditl'urent idia ctnan- , ,. , , pers of England, partly to embarrass ' . ,, ' J , ' the homo Government, and part v to em- . . , ., . , . v bitter the strife in this country. He also i sajs that the British fleet now off Flori da will co perato, practically with the naval forces of the United S ales in put ting ft Btop to privaleeiing. They will trcal " lh c"Pla',M ,Mld crcw oI any of those crafts that cap'ure American ships with Biilit-h goods on board Interesting from Missouri. j ccsrion camp nt St. Joseph, Mo., has been o:dered to disperse by the Slate nulhori Dent ties, and that if they do not obey and cease their depreduti ns, they will receive j a visit fiom some of Om. Ilnrney's for- I ! Governor Stewart, who is a Union man. 1 and the editor of the Journal, a IMl pv j , . . n ' . ' 1 ; per. The promotion of Cnptain Lyon j to a Crigadier-fieneralhip, is veiy grati- j fying to the Union men of St. Louis, nnd j shows that the Presideut and S.crttary of War approve of his course. It is satisfactory to h am that the se- cos. To such an extent had they carried their troason as to drive out of (own Ex- Gen. Robert C. Schenck. m1im n,n T.Mirn.i ... ,iia, ,iw1 ' ' iJlut ha3 BppoiuteJ Hobt,lt C Sohenck. , M .or 0onerft, in Uu arm Mr s wJU , m RUe ofW; J ho . I t0 mili.a.y profession, he lia. talents i .i : . . , ., LittiL Litii.it inn i i t'l.ii mi l in nri v A Bitter Pill. i ! ; mi ci t .1 c , The SeccsMou papers of the South are '. "V')' l,itt'r over tl,e formation of the I lwo Kentucky ltigimeuta now encamped ; at Can,P C1b)'- Oaihv'vi and Ter- I rt.ll ib l. i. T.nvi;n,.ii.. ..... ,1 a rt,l 1110 UlUr particularly, tiro a8allldl ! Wl1" mftnn' atuMve epithets ani t"''j;r, u uciiounccti wiwuHU stint. They have so much improved upon tlu ir Urinal statements that, accordiuo; to the last accounts, there are no Kentuvliana among the troops, and ihe tA.lonels are !?.lh dyeJ-in-tl.e-wo-1 Yankees. These h.ngs unnusUkably m licale that they Uve bwn touched in ry sore spot, Spain and Diminica. 1 dencia of MaJi id, n.sures the public that ..tho Cabinet of Mad, id will not consent j to lhe reincorporation of the Dominicas until it shall know it to be lhe unanimous to! wish of tl,e country." In the mean time h,7 'pupation ' 'to help the una j pimily of the ptople. just as Virginia and Tennessee call on the Confederate tioop to opera' morally on their elections. The annex ition of Dominica to Spain to be on the pup tlar sovereignty system, f;er the style which hm operated so nicely wilh Louis Napoleon. The Corresnon- Col. Elisworth Death. A tpveial dispatch to the Chicago Tri bune furnishes the following particulars of the killing of Col. Ellswoith, which to bt derived from the official iiyiivC..pt, Fox topic PreslJent: The T ir Ziuavea were the tirston Iho ohtr si.lj, lib Vving crossed the river in uteani Uj(S. Af.tr the arrival of other troops C.l. K. proceeded up lliu mircet with a tiittad of i. ii mt-n to lake posaeasion of the lle gr'iph ollirtf. Wnile pmcirg along he noticed a secescion flsig flying from a h-ue tnp. Hj ImhrditHiy t-ntered the building and r.vulo Li t wny up to tie roof wiih one of his men ; hauled dowu the secG'oi mhlem nn l, wrnpj);ng it aioiind his budy, dtsccn ltd. While on th second floor, a secession ifvt eamo out o door with a cocked doub le barrel shot gun. lie took aim at Ells worth, when h l.itu r all. mpu d to strike the gun o it his w-iy wiih i list. As ho fctiuoii it, one of the ban via discharged, lodging a whole lo id of buck hho. in Klls woith'4 bolyand killing him instantly. His companion immediately shot the murderer through the head with a revol ver, m .king him a corps! wi hin a second or two after tin fall of Ellsworth. The house was immedi tely tuiroundud and aII the inmit'.-s nude prisoners. Good for Parson Brownlow. Puiion Urownlow. of the Knoxvillo (Tennessee,) Whig, still holds out nobly. In a 1 in a line nu no.ir ne ite nu nb.ir he say; : cTiull mivnn unders'and us, wo (nko . . occnsion to ay, fr e iy, Irtt Irom all excitement, th it to destroy our i flice, or Mop our windpipe, u ilu only way in which we can lie prevented from denouncing seres.-ion, and f.dvooating the Union, There are n w bat three Uuion papers in Tennessee, as we consider, and unless we are nssaMna d, or our olliico destroyed, we shall soon h ive thu honor of standing alone. And there we shall stsnd neith er the gate, of he 1, nor the pressure of sc. cBsion riots, being able io prevail against our conviction of right. -The llijhmond Examintr publidus, on what it ealU olh:ial and indisputable evidei ce, tint Floyd transfirred, in one ord' r, from r oithern nrmoiii s to southern Sates, 114 CGO improved arms. Since thnn 1R3, 000 have hem stolon from the pubi c arsenals, making nearly 30i',000 of the best arms in the hands of the rebels. Mob in Kentucky. ' The Nicholasvillu, Ky., Democrat, id iled by J. C. Welch, aud 'printed by Messrs. Hudson .fe Oalbrac h, was mob bed a few nights ago, by a band of cow ard!y, theiving .eccaioni. s who broko into the office at midnight, when they wt ll knew that i o one was present to welcome their nppioaoh with a "shootiujr-stii'k" or two. ns they th-si rved. The piper is on.; of the ablest Ui.ion pub'ijiitii iis in iho S ate, and its bold and pa rio L: alit or declares that if necessary, he wi I die by the II g of l is conn ry. Thu loyal men of Kentu'ky, if they do not desire their S ate to ho, like Virginia, united to the. Southern Confederacy, in the style ot a tin pan to a doVs tail, had better in stantly erush-out the rebula. Economy. I , ; 1 j ! It seems to us that, during tho war, nil classes of people should urnctice the clo- sent economy. Wt-sl o.ild deny ourselves all luxuiies nnd unncosFary article, of fi.o.I ami clothing, in oi dor that we may he ahle io meet lh" exVeiieiesofil io ul)le 10 mi el th" ex .r,.cies ol the tunes. All the m ney which m ordinary times h Kivi u fur tll,lt wljich i not n a'ly needed, ...uIJ be reserved for rehevi the neces- furnishing comforts and needed ar.icles to tho soldiers in tho Gel. I, and for contiibu (ing for the support of our cause in com munities wheic the uuion spirit is weak. Simly, no mon y should he thrown away. Hut let us bu liberal in expenditure, when it is directed toward sustaining the piwei of the govt mint nt. Mormons for Mormondom. A few days since four hundred Mor mons from England passed through Cleveland en-rou e for Utah J The Herald says eight o irs wcrco:eupi ;dby tl e people and iwo by their baggage. Of the eight passenger cars, two were occupied by those calling themselves firit class passen-g-rs. These appeared much better thnn ihe other emigrants ; ti e female first c'as. passengers were p irticularly distinguisha ble fr un ordinary Mormon recruits. The rest of the women were evidently of the poorest class. Tho emigrant trains that convi ycd ihesft Mormans was a large one, consisting of ten can of passengers. Bounty to Volunteers. order oll'. ring a bonuiy lo all who enlist "m , ""'.l ?" , i' tS,reVTfrr' 'f U-n wur should last so lond. olunteers will be paid fifty e. nU, and if a cavalry vol Altxandria, unteer, twontv-Gve cents addition il, (in hen of forug ',) for every Uen'y milei ot trrtVt', 'rom I1'1'0 J l," of mus La, lVu "dace ! of ,,is discharge to his homo, and in addi entirely lion thereto, the sum of One Hundred i 1 Tho War Department has issued an Dollar. Gov. Deunison has issued an address to lhe Ohio soldiers, in which he states t V"11" f,l,Ur tn,i,8,m:'nt nl V i for ,hr0,, ari. R"l exhorts nil who have volunteered for a shorter time to re-enlist for iho longer term. a .....:...., r... ri.:.. . 1 .'Kioicim 11 uiu vjiuu iiu, uiuiui:iu hv M:lior , ,nil.a A M.,l!i.rn.ad po.a cbicly of pso tal friends of Pres . d nt Lincoln, has been accepted and will l, ntnc" mustered in to service. Their acceptance was sironxir recomracnueu , j 0 ' by S nator Douglas. -A certain John 0. Cocks, of New O. leans, thinks repudiation such an honor lhat ho wishes to have it published as widely as possible. So he addresses a letter through lhe Picayune to Major Anderson, notifying him that he shall not pay certain notes of his hold by Major An Jen on. -The Government has received ad vices from London which afford satisfac tory indications of the line of policy which will be puisued by the British Govern ment toward tho secedtd States. The Administration entertains firm conviction that ita course in crushing out the rebell ion will bo fully sustained in England. On the 2d of Apiil, Mr. Harris, the Ameiicau Minister at Japan, had an au dience with lhe Tycoon, after which, ai is customary, ho received a present, which was a box of assorted candj weigl ing one hundred and thirty-three pounds. It was brought to his tiuarter by a patty of co lics iscorU'd by half doicn yakonincs. -The hip John Jarvis of Iloatou was captured by a New Oiloans privateer .1 Dulire, a week since' The Hospital lot at Cincinnati has bocn rented by the State as the headquar ter, for the reserve militia. Capt. H. II. Hiarrhad been detailed by the Secretary of War as officer for the three years volunteers in Ohio. The Nashville Banner .a)s (hat among the other arms sent to Tennessee fiom the Sou;h a e 7.. WO Enfield ritlei. The Virginin rebels have released Mr. Undeihill, the New York reporter, whom they enptured at Harper's Ferry. Gen. SjoU is said lo have two neph ews in the rebel army the sons of a widowed sister, who hai res:ded in Mis sissippi for rt number of yoars Advices from Mi souri state that he i Legislature, befoi its aljoui nmtiit, pro vided for tl e payment of the interest on the State bonds, due in June. George Morey, treasurer of (he Bos ton committee to m I the Union volun teers of Si. Louis, has rent 61,000 as the first instalment of the subscripton. Li u. John McCleary of the S xth United States Infantry, and W. Neil Den- nison, son of the G ivt-rnor' are announced sa AiJ-do-camps of Major Oeneral McClel- hn. (J.-n. Cass is said to have contributed $2.j,'00 towards the equipment of the Mich'gin Volunteers and 10,000 more for the support of tluir families during their absei.Ci. Chiiiij Putnam is tho r.amo of the camp at Marietta. It is named alter fKn. Unfits Putnam, one of the original settlers ofMarielti. Tim troips are un ler the command of Col. .las. Uarnett. There wns n heavy tire on Marais street, New Oi leans, on Sunday night list week. A woman and child wire burned to death, and properly was de- sfioyed to the amount ot 8 100,000 It is adduced as a proof of the tu- penoiily of brick over grunge walls for f irlressc. that in ihe sieie of Fort Sumter I .... . 0 ... in no case uii stiots trom rill, d cannon penetrate more than six courses of bricks. orlh t. arohna seceded 0:1 the 20. h of May the oighly-sixth anniversary of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Indepen- donco. 1 he bu n ot 5.0t '0,000 has been appropra ed to the di f nee of the Stn'e. I he movement from Wnshing'on on Arling on Wights, was not undertaken an 1 Y in., j 1 I hour loo ROOl.. On 1 htl.'.sday tne ground near G. n. Lee's residence h id already j hnnn HluL-.., nrniiml f.r a ..h ncninn. ... . . . r mcnt. A privato letter from Madrid states positively lhat Mr. Preston, our Minister there, h is been u-iug all his intl tence at the Spanish court, in behalf of Secession nnd the interest o'" ilia Sjuthern Confed eracy. We have by telegraph returns of the vote in several coun'ius ol Watern Vir ginia on the Secesu m Ordinance. Tlu majorities for the Union are overwhelm ing. Wheeling nnd Parkersburg voted almost unanim mdy against the usurpers. The seizure of the telegraphic dis patches for a year past in a'l the oflijes of the free Slates, is a retrospective move ment of justice which may well make the supple Northern tools of irakors qu ike in their boots. Simo of their chickens are now about lo come ho no to roost. As h is been previously avo ved.Col Fremont is coming homo to p'olf-r l.i. services to ihe Government. He has In en oroaniztpof, by le'ter, an irmy nmory the dare-devil knift- a id revolver hoy-i ol til ifori.ii, with which to make a divtrs on into Tex s, unless Mr. Cameron assigns him a post of duty at another point. General II. IS. Hill, o; Sindu ky has boon appointed Assistant Q lartenuasier i i ii . i i . General nnd has gmelo Columbut, J where he will receive instiujiious lo make necessary arrangement for receiving treo;)s a". a new camp, about to be or- .4.H11Z a nt IJuIUire, a lew miles b;l w ! un... 1: i..... ii r : . :i i net iiii!, wneie uie ieuirni vniu rnn toad s'rikes the river. The Apalacl.iola (F a) Times of the 16th I a intelligence which shows that 1 In "E-tst Pass ol Pum cola Harbor i siric'ly blockaded, as the Western en trance or main pass into the liny. This 'K8 Pass" is the eastern entrance of Santa ltosa Sound, a' out loriy miles from borl Pickens. 1 lie U. S steamer "Mo nawk" lies in the jaws of the Pass, keep ing vigilnnt gu ird. The following contraband articles, en rou'e from Oaltimoro lo Arkansas, inter ct p'ed at Cincinnati, are to be tuld by the United S ates Marshal : Six b.x js of cannon, carriage aud wheel-; two b'xs or artillery ivuncss; two oox!S 01 earring.' whet Is; o;ie brass csnr.oi; seven sets of - . . ol cannon earnes; Un utnuaaua WU vnimui o, ai.x. w v a v o v ti uvii vni riiL'i'8 ntul axles; three curiiiifo tonsiuos: b, . j i ' One blHSa CHIiniU, mounted. Also, O It! hundred ami .irty seven Voluntet'r M-in- uals, shipped ft out Philadelphia to the Governor of Arkansas. General Order—No. 20. AWI'TANT (iKNKKAI.'S OKFlrE., . ) Coi l Miu s. O.. Mav 20. isiil. Tlie uniform of tho Militia of Reserve will be as follows: For Officers -Ohio Stat regulation uniform. For Private--Oi fatigue ; coloi-gray ; visor, sti'aiglit, black welt r cord in scam ol crown met upper edge of band. (t Zouave jacket; color grey ; stunting col- lar, regidition cut. Tlie jaokvt will rail lour indies m-low tlie bell, tiding cut aw ay lnm the lower liuttoii, having sutli cienl soring to tit the hips and backs snugly, leav- ing lull freedom of action to the limbs. CutV, collar and jacket to be trimmed with half- inch black braid, t-el back half as inch from the edge. Army but'.oiis, medium size, three on each cotV, and the in front, buttoning fii.m the top down to the belt. VoiM- it Same material as coat, with black welt or cord in outer seam. Shirt - l.ivv, with two bands of half-inch black braid running down the lent, two inches span. nergeants antt corporals will wear the usual bailge ol olliee, mule ol the same braid as the trimmings of the jacket. 1 lua uiiitorm van Ik procured at a price ranging from seven to ten dollars, according to iimlity of material. A sample uniform will tie depositud at the olliee of the Qoai U i'io.isler Ueueral, and a cut of the s.ime w ill be viven in the siH-ona edition of the Hook of Sut Ki-gulati.m, n w inrcparAtion H. R. CARRINGTON. Adjutant General. Hy -- GENERAL ORDER—NO. 21. AlKH TANT (iKNKK.tl.'s OKril'K. t COLIUBI S, ()., Mnv Si, 1.S41. I All companies of the Militia of the Ite.ene, all companies of the Volunteer Militia, and all private military organizations iu the ritale, having arnus, or i-ontracts for the purchase of arms, are urged n-porl lo this Hcpm-tim-nt fxi-tlm ith lull partieulara rvpctii.; such arms, orconiraets for aims, iu or der that full nnd early Information may be bad as to the available force hieh i-au be depended ujon for liH-al or general defense. H. R. CARRINGTON. H. R. CARRINGTON. Adjutant General. GENERAL ORDER—NO. 22. AUUTANT liliSKSU S OPHlT, I Coi.i'MBt'S, May 12, Irtiit. i All application for th I ailed Stiles thrw years' service iinist 4 made by cunipuuies, and the com tdelo rvdl must be littid with this Uepartmeut Monday noon, the iith int. A genend order will be Msiiud as soon as practicable thereafter, anuouu- ciu eiug toe ivuipanH's ossigu.l to that service. omcr ot tt. v oinimiKler Ju l Uict. H. R. CARRINGTON. H. R. CARRINGTON. Adjutant General. Camp Clay is located on the Ohio river about six mile, above Cincinnati. The recent Convention at Wheeling represented twenty -eight counties. Those counties contained, in 1 850, population of 207,667 whites, and C.OPfl .lave. Their present wile population is about 250,000. Two men named Allen and Umbcn ker, wl.ile playing cards at Dayton, Tues day, quarreled, when the former shot the latter, wounding him fatally. The resolution amending the Massa chusetts Constitution, Allowing naturaliz ed foreigners the right of luftrae after a J rear's rtsidnce in that Slate, has passed )oih Houses, and is now a taw. Over one thousand s'x hundred stand of arms arrived in Covinuton, last we-k, destined for Paris, Winchester, Millershu-ij.Georg-twon, and other inter ior cities of the S ate. About three hun dred, with ten rounds of hall nnd buck shot cartridges, were directed to Co!. John W. Finnell of Covington, who has dis'rbuted them among the Ciizen. Guard and (he military companies in the city. Emi hatto. Western Virginia armed. The press speaks out. A. a specimen, take the following from the Clerksbnrg (Ilnrri.-on county) Guard; Goveri or Letcher calls on western Virginia to defend him and his collegue rebels. Western Virginia says, Governor Letc her be damr.ed. NEW ADVERTIS'MENTS. ' j j ; ' I j . to jyifii j.Kiii.No. Notion h liRreb.v piven Hint un Mnndny, tho first 1.v ( July next at tlio lumsi' of Aiulrcn- A.l.inin.lii IVrryslim j; town.sliip, 1 will let lotlic lnwcxt liiililer in Hi'paritti' H'Ttions thu nvikinp of tlio ilrain known ns drain No. 2t; cmmi''tu inr about 40 rods went of tlic north-pa-tt corniT of Huetion tlilrtynmp, tow n four I'nilut States Reserve, in tho of Crane rrvek; thence down mhl rrrck to the lYmrsljnrjf nnd Me- niriipiivine nma wnareai to lornuimte. Tlie work comprises .M Hretioim of 20 rods ench, with a width 3 f,,ct ,P ,h(. r,.mlinpr, )iuik glopM vj w" ' 1 vertical. The earth to be remove! at least feet r...... .1... ..I- . . .... 1 1. pl t . from the slope of the bank. The work to be com pleted to the acceptance of the eonnty Commission ers by the 1st dar of October, ISfil. ' Sale to conv ineuce at one o'clock p. m. AmusoN Smith, Auditor's olliee, Wisid Co.,0. Auditor. I'errysljurg. .May 2, 1861-4w5$5 SO. D ITC LETTIXU. Notice is hereby civen that on Mondar the first day of July net, at the school house of Andrew Ad ams in IVrrvshiir? townshin. I will lot to lli lnv-e.1 bidder, in Fepaiate sections, the iniikmc of the drain known as drain No. 17: commencing in Crane creek where it crosses tho PorrvHbiirg and MeCutchen- '"" "' n t. bimuu nun lie serve (IVrrysburjr twp.) ; thence down said creek to the Maiuneo and Western Heserve road, termin ating n road tract nunilxT 23. The work compris es 51 section? 20 rods ench, with a uniform width on tlie iKittom of 10 feet. The banks to have a slope of 1 Ji huso to I vertical. 1 h- cuttings to be made in accordance with the prolileof the engineer in charge of said work, and tli(j whole to be completed by the 1st day of October, 188 1. 1'lan and sperillcatiens of the work will be exhibited and conditions made known ou the day of sale. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, a. in. ' Auimson Smitu, Auditor. Auditor's Olliee, Wood eountv, O. IVirysburg, May 2:1, 1861- 4w5$fl 00. jyTCH LKTTIXO. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday the 29th day of .lime net et the ten mile house in Webster township, I will let to the lowest bidder, in separate sections, the making of the drain known as dr.iin rso. 20 j comnieiieing where tho Toiissaiut creek crosses the McCutchenville and l'errysbiirif Stite ro ut, in sec. 1, town 5, range. 11 cast ; thence down said drain to the county line terminating on road tract number 7S of the Maunieo and Western Re serve road lands. The work is separated into two divisions. Division No. I comprises lhat part of said work in Webster two., consist ing of 76 sections ol' 20 rods each, the width of tho bottan to be 12 fret for Iho first .'111 sections, and fourteen feet for the haliiuv. Division No. 2 comprises that part in Troy twp., consists of H7 section of 20 rmls end', the bottom to have a uniform width of 111 feet. The limber, flood wood and earth to bo cleared out fit) feet wide the w hole length of drain. Jtanks to have a slope of I Vt feet to 1 in d-pth. The whole to he completed t the acceptance of the count v commis sioners by tlie Istd.iy of October, lHi'.laud in ac cordance ith the profile and rdat of the ene-ineer 1 ",' V1,!,.l'tr" r aiJ w,,rk-. S:,,u eomincnee at ten joclocka.m. Annisos Smith. Auditor. Auditor's oiiiee. Wood Co.. o. rerrysburg, May 23, isi $7 so. JlTCII Lf.TTIXO. Notice is hcrjhy given that on Wedncedar, the M day of July next, at the hrick school houc neir .1 llarpcls in Luke tw it., I will let in separate sec tions to the lowest bidder, the making of the drain know 11 as drain No. 22; commencing at or near the north-west corner of road tract no. t of the Manmce and Western Hi-scrvc road lands in the bed of Iry ('reck: thence down said creek in a north-easterly direction to the comity line, whereat to terminate. The work comprises 176 sections of 20 rods each, and 4 of 40 rods each, with a width on the bottom ss follows: from commencement to gee. 17, 3 fe t from 17 to 40, inclusive, four feet; from 41 to 138, inclusive, six feet: from 138 to end, thu timber to be clearel out 50 feet wide. The banks tn hare a slope of l ' .J to 1 f.Kit in depth, the earth to be remov ed a feet from the slope ot the bank. The work to be completed by tho 1st dev of October. 1801. In ae- eor.laiice with the platband profile of the engineer in -.inrj;r oi sam worn, nno. 10 me acceptance 01 me county commissioners. Salo to commence at ten o'clock, a.m. Anntsos Smitu, Auditor. Auditor's Office, Wood eonntv, O. lVrrvstmrg, Mav 27, 18C1 4wSf6 75. i TTACHMKNT XOTICK. 1 III Joel Foot plaintiff vs Willard Truell deft Itefore Kdwin Tiicller. .1. V. of Washington twp., j WlM1(, connt 0 oi, ti.e Vnhdayof &ay,i8Ci': iiuu iiisuit ismu'H nil unit T ill UllitrillliniV 111 lilt hove action, for the sum of :ti nr-inn dollars debt, I and tifteendollarsprohaldecoMs. JOEL FOOT. , Washington t p., Mav 111, 18tH-4w3 . ' Jjs X T E N S I V I; S A I. E S : New Spring siimI Siiiimior 4ool8 Ci. Ii. Krcps is mm- offering great bargaing in all kinds of I Dry Ootids, j Ready Mady Clothing, ' boots and Shoes, Acc ' SUMMER COATS He will sell very low for cash. II bas many styles of LA OIKS DRESS GOOPS, which ho is selling at less than cost to close nut. tiiv.it ltargains also in Indies and Gents Furs, Huffalo Kobe and many other articles that are warm and com fortabtt'for this cold weather. Iu abort if you want good (ioods, Call on G. a Kreps. If you w ant tkmls Fashkinable, ' Cull on G. B. Krcps. If yon want Goods Cheap, Call ou G. B. Kreps, If you want tu 't yoAir wotn y back, Go to G. B. KREPS. rerrysburg, Deo. U'lh. 160. 1 0 A 1) XOTICK. l, Noiic is hereby giveu that a petition will he pr-sciiu-d to the CoutmUkionera of Wood Co., at tlieru next aUted meeting for county road, com mencing at Iho center of lhe county road, ruuning east and west through tho ceulerof section 26 27 ( theneo north ou Uie section liua between sec tions 2tl and 37, it and 23 to intersect the sail run-uini-ral and west on ti north liua of said svetious . ;' and 'W. all in tnwn 3 imrtb, ranee 9 rant. I i3 PETITIONER. GOODS & GROCERIES. . O., Q.RANI OPEN I.N O f F STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HATS, CArs, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Crockery mid Glassware, WOODEN WARE, HARDWARE, Farming Toots, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. L,udlcV Dress O'oods, 'ew, Chaste, Rich and Klegant Patterns, Just received by A. O. WILLIAMS & BRO. Sugars, Amber Syrup; African, Rio nnd Java Ceflecs, Layer and Seedless Iiaisins, very nice, Prunes and Currants. GLASS, DYE-STUFFS, SPICES, KcriMiene Oil. Tea at .'0 oenta. and (I tea for 75 ceuts; try it. Prime Live Geese Feathers, Retailed from (1 y lb up. Mackerel and Cod Fish, Looking Glasses, etc. CLOTHING, HATS AND CAFS, New Spring and Summer stj les, Ftrong and Cheap for Cash; for sale by Williams. GOODS AT SECESSION PRICES FOR THE LADIES. French l'rinted Rareges, very cheap. French l'rinted Organdies, beautiful designs, (.iingham Lawns, Printed Lawns, l'rinted Ilril liantes, all entirely new styles. Mourning Hoods, Embroideries, llcrego de Laines, Summer Dregs Silks, Linen Lustres, Valencia s, Foulard Silks, Marseilles, Lawn Kobes, Organdie llobcs, Cin-nadines, Challies, Counterpanes, Napkins, Doylies, Damask Cloths, Hufllitifr, E.lpinps, Moreens, Flannels, Loco Veils, Cotton Sheetings, Dress Duttong and Trimmings, a handsome assort ment, all new. Hounds and Uihbons, Misses' and Children Flats and Hats, 1'ura.sols, the newest nnd richest out ; Shawls of every desenption, .Mantillas and Kaglans; please call and cxamiue be- for purchasing elsewhere. Fish! Fish 1 A pood supply of all kiudg con stantly kept on hand at our store f-ayTroduce taken in exchange for goods. A. O. WILLIAMS &. I'.KO. 2nd door from the post office. L K T THE W O It L D READ. FOU THE BEST k CHEAPEST GOODS GO TO THE STCBK OF W. J. HITCHCOCK NEW tiOODl! kkw coons! NEW GOOPS S nkw noons 1 NEW OOOPg! NEW OOOPS NEW COOPl! nbw raiCEst NEW MICE NEW rKICKS new riticesl kiw rnicKs! nkw r it ices! sew rnKis ! The largest stocks of goods aver off ered in this market, embracing un endless varisty of articles STAPLE, FAXCY AND FASniOXAItLE, In the selection of which no effort has been spar ed to render it as attractive as possible, is now be ing opened at tne CHEAP DRV GOODS STORE of W.J. Hitchcock, on the corner of Front and Lou isiana Avenue, Icrryaburg, Ohio. QUALITY is the HEST TKST of CHEAPNESS Inspection and Comparison will prove lhat for va riety, elegance, richness, cheapness, beauty and quantity, this stork is unsurpassed by any now of fered in tlie vt est. LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS! In this department girat advantage may bo obtain ed by close cash buyers, from the fact Uiat the goods are boughtfor cash directlv of the eastern dealers and manufacturers, and all imported goods arcbo't at just what it eosta to import tl.cui, hence be cau a (lord to soil goods at Ml'CII LOWER PRICES than goods are generally sold, which is an Item of great interest to the people of Wood county. A suf fficient in diiccnient, we take it, to muka Perry- burg tt trailing point. HEAVY MADE CLOTUMG I In this department, we hava the largest and inoat complete aMoronent in Northern Ohio. Mad up according to the latmt fashiooa and in the moat sub stantial manner, warranted to givn th very best satisfaction, or ao tale. HARDWARE, CROCKRIES, &C. Those wishint; to purchase anvthinein this line will find it to their advantage to pay my Store a visit before purchasing elsewhere. Tl attention of the nublie ta respectively inviu-d tit my e tensive stM-k, rci'lmg assured It ill be time profitably spent I -t" Produce ttkcii intscbange for goods. w. j. niTcncocK. rcrrj burg, January 3d, lSil, MISCELLANEOUS. j-yTcn LtrriNu. Notice Is hereby firm that on U IPthdatof June next, at the house of Hamtiel JlipgersUU In Montgonury Township, I will let to tlit lowest bidder, iiracparato sections, tlie making of th drain known as drain No. 18, commencing at h west quarter part "f section 1, town 4 rang tj east j tln'ifce north along a county roadj on the section lin to the point of Intcrsectiou id1 aaid road with C00B (.'reek 1 theneo down tho channel of aaid Creek to the county line f Wood and 8mrlimty eotrntfoi, and tln-rc terminate ; the work comprise 74 auc tions of 20 roda each i tho loltom- to be of tlie fol lowing widths: 8 fert from beginning In section 30 inclusive, and 10 feet from section SG to Uie toraiinA atioa f t!B banks to have a slope of 1 i lo 1 foot In depth 1 the cartli to be removod 3 fort from tho sloi ol the bank, ami to be th! road along which it passes, a.l along which It passes. Tho whoU to be completed tr the 1st dat f October. 1 I, to the acceptance of tho Conoty Commissioncra. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. A. M. ADDISON H.MITI1, Auditor, Auditor's Oflico, Wood county, Ohio. IVrrysburg, Apiil 23d, 18S1 15$ 60. D ITCH LETTING. Notice Is liorobr iriven that on Mondar. tlx ?4lt uayof June, 1881,' at Milton Centre, I will lot lo tbo , j" ,biJ,,er In aeparato aections, the making of the drain or water-course known an drain number 9 commencing about 40 rods north of the south-east comer of section 32. tow n 4 range 0; thence north or section line to that branch of Heaver Creek which intersects said line ; thence down said creek in a north-westerly direction to the wost lino of tlic south east quarter of section 32, town 6, range 9, w hereat to terminat. The work comprises 102 sections ot 20 rods each. Its width on the bottom is as follows t the first 20 sections 2 feet, the next 21 sections 3t fuet and the balance 4 fuet on the bottom. The bank to havo a slope of 1 feet to 1 in depth. The cartlk w hich Is taken out ot aaid drain to be removod at least 3 feet from the slope or tho bank, and to ba thrown on the side of the eountv road where it run along tho game. Tho work to'be completed to thu acceptance of the county commissioners on or before the 1st day iu October, 'l RO 1. Male toconimenoe at one o'clock, p. in. Adpisox Smitu, Auditor. Auditor's Office, Wood eountv, O. IVrrysburg, May 15, 1861 3w5$(( 75. JJKOIJATE CO CUT, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO. Edwin Gorton, Oiiardian of Jacob Clevers and Mary A . Clevers, (Minors) vs. Jacob Clevers, et at. Ily virtue of an order of side, from said Court in the above entitled cause, to mo issued, directed and delivered. I w ill offer at public auction, on Monday the 1st day of July, 1801, between the hours of It) o'clock a. hi. and 4 o'clock p. m. of said day, on the premises, the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: Tbut parcel of land com mencing 80 roda west or tho south-east corner of the north half of the north-west quarter of scctfoni seventeen, town throe north of range eleven oaifr mnimr west 38 rods, thence north 80 roils, theneo east 88 rods, thence south 80 rods to the place-of beginning, containing 19 acres ; also, that parcel commencing 118 rods west of tho south-east corner of the north half of the north-west quarter of lec tion seventeen, town three, north of rango eleven east, timing west 42 rods, thence north 80 rods, thence east 42 rods, thence south 80 rod to tho place of beginning, containing 21 acres; both of said par cels of land being situate in Wood county, Ohio, and the property of gnid Minors. Terms made known on day of sale. EDWIN GOltTON, Guardian of Jacob and Marv A. Clovers, Geo. Stilus, attv. Mav 20, 1861 3w6fl,Qj yy 0 0 l f 0 K 18 6 1 Wo feel great confidence in announcing to Wool (.rowers and Merchants that we possess unsnrpass cil facilities for receiving, grading and selling Wool, w hich will be done EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION, and when PKsmen, LIBERAL ADVANCES Will bo made on receiving wool. Sacks will be sent to thoso who wish to consign. OUR CnAROES ARE LOW. No efforts will bo wanting t merit the patrecaga of those who havo Wool to sell. Clkvelanii Wool Dhi-ot Cc 3w4 Offico, No. 107 Hank St., Cleveland,. Ov SALE OK REAL ESTATE. lXBOBATE COURT. John Russel, adm'r rs David Clever and Catha rine Clevers, dee'd. On the first day of July, 18G1 , between, 10 otelbok a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m"., on tho premises, wilt be sold to the highest bidder, tho following real' estate, as the property of Catherine Clevers,. and Duvid. Clevers, deceased: Commencing twenty-two rod, west of the south-east corner C the- nortb-west quarter of section 1 7, township 3; range li east; thence west 20 rods ; thence, north 80 rods s tlience enst 2'i rods: thence south 8irods making 13 acres Also, commencing at the soiith-enst comer of tho north half of the north-west quarter of section 17 township S.rnnge 1 1 east: tlu-uee 22'rods west thence north 80: thence east 22 rods : thence south 80 rods, to tho place of Iwginning : coobiining 11 acres the property of David Clovers mad Catharine Clevers,. det'd. Conditions made knowamn dav of sale.. JOILV MUSSEL, adm'r.. Cook. I'iiice &. Johnson, atrv. May 20th, IHrtl 3wlV$4 85- " MUWtiOODSAT MW nEsiTFIUtDt An entire stork of Jfew (1ogs have recently bei opened by the subscriber, consisting of all the vari eties of SPRING AND SUMMER. GOODS Hats nnd Caps, Groceries, Soaps, Caudles, Hardware, Nails, Putty, White Lead, Powder, Shot, Tea, Coffee. Sugar, Molasses, lioots. Shoes, Bonnets, Furs, Candies, Cloves, Ginger, Spice. Cinnamon, Raisins, Essences, Nutmegs, White Fish, Cod 1 ish, Flour, Meal, and numerous other articles ou hand, to be sold FOR READY PAY ONLY I as this is the onlv method which allows the mer chant to sell CHEAP. Wheat, Corn, llarlev, Buckwheat, Potatoes, Apples, Butter, Lard, Beeswax, Beef. Pork, Hides, Skins, Furs Pelts. Staves, Hoop PoIes,&c. will be purchased or taken for Goods. A. E. JEROME. N. B. I shall also he connected with the, Stor age, Forwarding and Commission Business of this 11 luce, and hojie to merit the conlldence and appro mtion of tlic people. A. E. JEROME. May, 1861 ly. QKOCIiKY AU PROVISION STOHE Low Prices nnd Heady Pay Having purchased tho entire stork of GROCER IES formerly owned by Geo. W, llollenbeck JI will continue business AT THE OLD STAND, Where, having replenished the Stork with s large and ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT, 1 am now prepared to supply the ritiiens of Perrys burg, and surrounding country with Groceries and Provisions, Of the choicest kinds and at the chciest possible r.ricea. Those wishing to purchase anything in my iue w ill mid it to their advantage to give dm a call, as evwythmg I sell will b SOLD AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES I have on hand, also, a large and well selected stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, which I warrant to give satisfaction or no sal. Irs I Ics I Us 11 havo on band a larga aupplr of choioc Lake Ice, which may be obtained at ail times on reasonable terms. -TAU kinds of produce taken in axchange for go-ls. J. B. WEBB. Purrysburg, Nov. 29, 1800 tf H K BODUUOER X Ti.td u-An.i..r.ii -, ;..i., i.,u nn,M...j i- thing entirely now, and never before offered to agents who are wanted everywhere. Full particulars snt frt. Address 4Jwly SUAW &. CLARK Biddrfbrd Maine. y 6T ICE. The undersigned has beeu duly appointed admin istrator of tlie eaUte of Wilson S. McMillen, lata of Wood county ,0., dec. , JOH.X A. bTROW. May :jd, lS51-8wS -