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s enrolled themselves as a Home Guard, and several hundred troops are expected from surrounding counties, in obedience to a special call by the Governor. At a session of the Legislature, called after midnight, the bill passed both Houses extending the power over the Police Commissioners, giving the Governor ample means for suppressing riot and insurrectionary movements throughout the State. The following additional names of the killed in the first collision have been ascertained; Caper H. Glennercoel, John H. Sweethart, John Waters, P. Doan, J. J. Jones, of Portage, Ohio, L. Carl, Christian Dean, Mrs. Macaulig, Mrs. Chapman, F. D. Allen, and two boys, named Icenhower and Lossing. Dr. B. Sanderson was stabbed last night in a drinking saloon by Judge Buckner. Both are prominent citizens. The difficulty grew out of the Camp Jackson affair. Buckner gave himself up, and was lodged in jail.--Sanderson received three wounds in the stomach, and each is regarded as fatal.