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Movements At Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, April 17. Ohiofof Pólice Dudley this morning Boized 0 boxea of guns on board tha Oiúo io. ö- 2a inarked " G. T W., Lillle Rock," and 7 boxes markad " L. K, MüinphiN ;" ulso 5 boxus lor Mem(. his on the Gieudule, re-shippi'd from tho eteamer Funuy MoJ3uraie, ou Mondsiy la:t. Tfaere was a great crwd on tha landing, and ihe exuitomeot was high. Tho guns wciötihipped ut Parkersburgh Va., and Bupposed to have come fronv Harpar's Ferry. A very heavy shipment oi powder has lso ben stopped. Steamera liavo been prohibited Irorn taking proviaiona Öouth. Two steameis havo been chartered tn act aa po lice boats thoroughly armed, and will stop and search all passing steainers. Three companies of troops leave tonight for the rendezvous at ColuiTibus. The Home Guard 19 rnpidly filling its ranks. Enlistment at Newport Barracks is very active. Over 500 men ara nuw in garrison. A large consignment ol bacon for Charleston via Nahville was taken ofif the titearoer Glenwood thrs morning. The exciti-inent thron;hout the eity is on the ircrease. Volunteer coinpanios are all f'uil, and more men are offering than can be nccepted.


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Michigan Argus