ghts of person and property in the State of Kentucky.
On motion of Colonel George W. Johnson, of Scott County, Hon. H. C. Burnett, of Trigg County, was chosen tem Miller, J. R. Gathright.
Ohio--Dr. W. G. Mitchell, F. W. Forman.
Scott — G. W. Johnson.
Shelby--Colonel Jack Allen, J. F. Davis.
Spencer — T. L. Burnett.
Todd Campbell County, George B. Hodge; from Jefferson County, J. B. Bell.
Colonel G. W. Johnson, of Scott County, presented a series of resolutions for the consideratie resolutions before the Conference to a select committee of seven, of whom G. W. Johnson should be chairman, with instructions to report at three o'clock P. M. Carried.
The committee was appointed by the Chairman, as follows:--George W. Johnson, H. W. Bruce, P. B. Thompson, B. Duncan, T. L. Burnett, and George B. Hodge.
The Conference met at three o'clock P. M.
George W. Johnson, from the select committee, reported the following resolutions, which wer
e the officers who were engaged on the right, all of whom, it is said, behaved well to the last: Colonel Jones, Twenty-fifth Ohio; Captains Charlesworth, Crowell, Johnson, and Askew; Lieutenants Dirlam, Bowlus, Merriman, Wood, and Haughton, of the Twenty-fifth Ohio; Lieut. Aide-de-Camp McDonald, of General Reynolds' staff, Major Dobbs, Adjutant C. H. Ross, Captains Newland, Johnson, Harrington, Clinton, Kirkpatrick, Myers, Smith, Delong, Shields, Bailey, Durbin, Jones, (killed,) and many others, of the Thirteenth Indiana; Captain Hamilton and Lieutenant Brent, of the Thirty-second Ohio.
All of these did their duty manfully, and made great slaughter among th boys feel encouraged by the result.
Col. Anderson, Major Rigger, Capt. Mollibon, and many other officers, are acknowledged to be killed, and that Gen. (or Col.) Johnson, commanding, was wounded in the mouth.
So you see that the late battle was a good thing on our part — the rebels so regard it.
I here venture to say that ther