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uly 10. iso3.
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MMH 1 -":
Constitutional Rights which We Mean
to Exercise And Maintain
. "Congress shall make no law re
specting on establishment ot rei
llirion. or prohibiting the free ex
ercise thereof; or abridging the
freedom of speech, or of the press.
Amendments to the Constitution of
the United States, Article 1.
"Every citizen may ccly speak
write, and publish his sentiments
a all subjects, being responsible
f0r the abuse of the right; and no
law eli al be passed to restrain or
abridge the liberty ot speech, or ot
U press." Constitution of Ohio,
Article 1, Section 11.
tOTThe Editor of this ap(r does
not hold hunseij respond j.
' ..MiKf ill AtS COrrCSVOlia-
I f .i:irm . Lji.J '..f( the VJitnr
nw., me wriur, "
1 $i rts,
v. .ni.n nnmmnnwfl
net auunj uiuu" .""""
; tion will be inserted in the lrest
TU- noma nt the WlitCr must
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riven to tho Editor, noi ior puum
.'.cation, but ns a guarantee of good
' '" " For Governor:
Hon. C. L. VALLAND1GIIAM.
For Lieutenant Governor;
lion. GEORGE E. TUGH.
Auditor of State:
WILLIAM D. HUBBARD.
Treasurer of State;
HENRY S. KN APP.
P. VAfr TRUMP.
Member Board Public Works:
JOHN II. IIEATOiN.
i: Tim wof' nrncrftftseBi -ftlld victory
innl, v-.rr,rr nrowns 'our arms with
" ' . . , .
T :., ,.,.tn,i i m ,p(
Crossed into Virginia, with a grcati
ly reduced army
No sooner did Vicksburg
than i'ort Hudson yielded to
. iron force which Banks brought
:benr unon it: so that the Great
Father of Watcis the Mississippi
T-is now open from head to
and the hidiwav for tho transport
,'a nnrnmprcp. IS
VI W1W wiv w 7
.more an unobstructed broad river,
.' .., . e 1,i:..-u-n.
who many bircanw m
j-.ir I Fiom Tennessee we have no
j .MoBaAN,, the man wondered
.ofcaa'made himself jf.cry notorious
ii during the last six days. He dashed
' tbrbtigh Kentucky into Indiana
an'4!tbcnce into Ohio, and now
are led to believe rhat he is passing
' throngh "Kentucky; into Virginia.
1 : Ha ha ' not done m uch A a mago
'.hU raid and ail) parties must
,-ithat bi8lever, and welt adaptbd
" for jffie Work' ' to "wliich ' fi e has
IvWtllj" master spirit in Ins
i:ndwell:calcuiatod to give
Mry'lnk pursuers;1 'He; must
" ffie4 Inujl' 'captu'cd ; . ,vo h
tjoy-rt)atc'an,!i)Q,i,t -i- ,
norlW!reiyit'1jdlliave td hnort
IMbui ri6ts trJ the'eity '6t Tew
""Vh' people .arejot 'MJiiig to.
fi jt'.'tlttThp:' military
s and tUi)olicft tised' evcy eflort
flafiJjIb's3 of life; dt-tor' sp;m6
their efforts were unavailing,
.ufflcieVlTriumKcr: of Sthe
Goverudr SeymoVh addressed
-r; jcople in City Hall Park, and
them that he had Bent a special
messenger to Washington, to re
quest a suspension of the draft,
and that the legality of the Con
scription Act would be tested in
the Supreme Court, and the dcx
mtmrof4le Court Jvtould bo up.
bold and respected. Prov. Marshal
Nugent was forthwith notified by
the authorities at Washington to
jstop the draft. According to the
telegraphic reports, the damngo
done is as follows: Colored Orphan
Asylum destroyed, several school
houses burned, several citizens'
houses sacked and burned, the tele
graph offices East and West de
stroyed, and the viirea cut, nud
some parts of the railroad track
torn up. About 200 lives were lost
in the affray, besides many negroes
killed and maltreated. At latest
accounts, the mob was quieter, and
order likely to be restored.
Excitement in Eaton.
During the last few days, our
little town has been full ot the
pomp and circumstance of war.
The intelligence that Morgan had
invaded Ohio, end tho call of the
Governor tor tho militia, 'aroused
U nnr pitizens into activity. All
Independent Company was inimo-
intoly formed; o -cored ny Aicssrp.
r, urm.... T T...,iil- TT I)H'
I i.n- ..... :
groot. i. lie tiiucreni coinpmco
the State Militia obeyed the cull
with alacrity, and willingness. Ah
though many of the farmers were
in the midst of harvesting, they
left all, and shouldered the musket
aud knapsack, and the face that
John Morgan is r.ot captured,
owing more to his flectness in rum
ning away, than to their want
euergy and zeal in going after him.
A Sad Calamity in Eaton.
It is our most painful duty, as
nnUif Journalist, to lecord this
I O- I
week, in as few words as possible,
the death of one of our brave si
diers, who was taken prisoner
tho great battle of Gettysburg,
paroled, and reached his home
6afety three or four days ago, and
was yesterday fatally stabbed by
mnn from the country. Poor Clear
is dead. The man who killed him
wounded four others, and
i r.i r
ins ipnrea inaioneoi ineiu n n.
Grcgor will die of his wound.
As the man who used his knitc
so fatally, is now in jail, and
bo tried by the law of his country,
the Editors of newspapers are
nt liberty to mnlce any particuiai
remarks till the law has pronounced
A Sad Calamity in Eaton. THE DRAFT STOPPED IN
ho te,e?rp ..no . -
AUliuiiiHiinu.... T '.
tlie (rftft n 'cw York. Uonsider
. hntr the present state of feeling
that cit3', it was the best thing
could be done.
from vicksburg, to the evening
of the 8th, state that twenty
thousand rebel soldiers had
paroled up to that time.
thousand stand of small arms
been found, mainly in good
tion. and more were, continually'
being discovered. They were
in caves as well as in
sorts of buildings, The siege
Bcaeoast guns found exceed
aud the whole captured artillery
above two hundred pieces.
store of rebel ammunition
proves to bo surprisingly
The stock of army clothing is
cially invoiced at five
dollars Confederate pieces. .
thousand pounds of bacon
found in one place. ' ,.' . .
It is. right -to make an example
of mori whom it would bo
to take as tin example.
, Wny are ' ladies the
Uiiovcs in (he-world? Aus.
they' steel their petticoats,
bone their stays, and crib the
Yoy, and .hook their
"Brough's elocpuence la uot
felt by bis audience ; those who
near enough to him can smell
LEE ACROSS THE POTOMAC.
A REBEL BRIGADE CAPTURED.
WASuncaTON, July 14. The fob
lowing dispatch has just bceu 're
., Headquarters Army of Potomac, )
July 14, 3 r. i. ,)
Major General Hallcck: 4
"My cavalry now occupies Falli
ing Waters, having overtaken and
captured a brigaflu of infantry fifi
teun hundred strong, two guns, two
caissons, two battle flags, aud a
large number of Kmalr arms. -
"The enemy are all across the
GEO. C. MEADE,
"Major General Commanding."
from Charleston, bound to Aevv
York, all of xUorris Island captured,
except Fort Wngncr. Tho enemy's
loss in killed wouudod and prison
ers is between seven and eight
hundred. . The ittack commenced
last Friday A. M. : :
The L uiou IcU .Monday L m.,
at which Mine the 6ioge ,of Fort
Watrner was progressing ;witli ev
ery prospect of a, speedy capture.
Five Monitors were engaged.. '
Fortress Monroe, July 14. Fort
Powhattan, on the James River,
was taken possession of . by our
fleet. All the men and .guns had
been removed. ,;.'"'
Thft oninboiit Union. iust arrive 1
Headquarters, July 1-1.
To Mnjor General Uidlcek: ,
Mv cavalrv have captured oCO
pnsoners additional lotnose previ
ousiv reportcu. .
General l'ettigrcw, ot t lie Loni
federate army was killed this morn-
ins: in tho attack ou il.c enemy's
rear guard, uis uooy is in our
GEO. C. MEADE,
Bm-Ai.0, J nly 15 Vtillandig.
ham arrived at the Clifton House,
Canada, at four o'clock this hiorm
ng- . .
Cairo, July 15 An arrival,
from Vicksbursr on Saturday event
lug, brings Colonel John Reggin,
ot Grant's staff, bcarea of djspatchi
cs to the Government.
Tho. news is .important Tort
Iudsou surrendered unconditional'
ly on the 8th. Our troops marched
in and took poscssion on ia via.
We captured tho entire garrison
about 7,000 men, 35 field i.ioees.
5siero truns. and nhout 10.UU0
stamfof small arms AVe have Mail
ior 'General Gardner, Brigadier
General Beall, and Colonels Stcd
man.'Nilcs, Smith, and one or two
others whose names are not known.
At latest account Sherman was
still pursuing Johnston, but that
sagacious rebel had kept out of
NOTICE TO THE MILITIA.
COLUMBUS, July. 11.
To the People ob Qnio. The
recent invasion- of pur sifter Slate,
Indiana, and the Bevere battles
fought in Pennsylvania, denioiii
strate the wndom ot t he 1 resident
call upon a for thirty thousand
(30,000) six (0) month volunteers,
I am pained to announce to
that less ttian two iiiousaua z,yw)
men havo responded, to this call.
This niujjjt '.niot be.. Ohio shall
bo invadedl. Rally, then, fcllowi
citizens, and respond to this.
Your c'l'opsniay be as safe in. your
fields at) tlffi'y'are in your bai ns.
. The .Ocnw-ai;, Military Coinrnit.
toes are authorized, to issue recruit
ing commissions tor tlicu; respective
counties', should they deem it adv.-.
sable to. do so. ; The 'Several
road companies of ; the -State
reouested' to .pass com'panios
or.youclie.r-ot tne parry , in cnarge.
All are rcqiiestc'd to repair,; to
camps of ,rendQzv9fi-, heretoforo
- as .early , as Saturday
T!:5 -Vr ashington correspondent
of Uie Tiuvs "has.! ! tlio ' following:'
Tri'E Mission' of A,, II StepiiISjcsI
."Tho faots of thotterpite,df.con
fereiicc with tliupreiident Ijy
II. Stephens .are", these:
Sunday the 5th instant, the Secre
tary of War roeived a' dispatch'
from Colonel Ludlow,. "U.'S.
missiorier for thc; exchange of
oners of war, attached to. tho
of Major General Dix, commander
of the Department of Virginia,,
the effect that Alexander U.
phens, Military Commissioner
the Confederate Dtut.es, tad
sented nimsolf in a Confederate
Btormer. under atlag of truce,
stated to Colonel Ludlow, that
was tho bearer of- a comrnnuicai
tlnn in wrilinjrfor Jefferson Davis,
Commander-in-Chief of the land
and naval forces of thoJ Confede
rate States of America, to Abraham
Liueolu, Commander-in-Chief of
the land and' naval forces ot the
United States of America, and
that he desired to proceed in the
same Confederate steamer to
Washington and deliver the said
communication, attended to Robert
Ould. as Secretary, for the purpose
of conferring upon the subjects of
the aforesaid communication, and
the officers aud crew of tho steamer.
'The Secretary of the navy, on
the same day, received a uimilar
dypatch from Acting itear Admi
ral Lee, commanding the tquaiu
ron in Hampton Roads.
"On 'Monday, the Sefrctary of
War and Secretary of tho Navy
respcctivly answered to Colonel
Ludlow and Rear ndiniral Lee.
'HUT TIIiS REQUEST OF ALEXANDER II.
RTEPHVVB IS IN'AIiMISlllLE. T 1 1 C
customary agelita and 'channels ;uo
adequate for all needful niilitr.iv
communication and conference be
tween the United States forces
and the insurgents.,',
That is to buy, when tho vie
President of tlio Rebel Contedera
i'v u-brtcA nnh.roilfpta WPl'fi llil
L iiion. and who is on record in rei
uh long as
sistatico to secessionists
tho Federal Government of the
United states could support a Liu.
onist South-T-is ccmiuisioned ex
pressly. to bear some proposition
it may be, of a rdurn to the- L'nim
the President of tho United
Slates rudely refuses to have conn
mnnicalion with lnm wltn sucn a
man of such antecedents.
The following arc the loasts givi
cn at the recent Fourth of July
Celttbralion, held in lloldernian's
woods. We should have published
them in our last week's issue, had
the Secrerary forwarded them to
us in time.
The D'l kc Celebrate Sh lined
in the the temple of the great Na
tional heart as the very
Keepoiuiod to by 11. Shideler.
"77(c Patriots of 70" Their
memory is enshrined in tho hearts
of their posterity.
Responded to by Dr. Crumc.
George Washington First in war
first in pei co and first in the
hearts of his countrymen.
'Responded to by S. Bantn.
America The land of cosbtitu-
TK'NAL LIUDUTY, nothing hilt i'oi'CC,
fraud or corruption can invade the
secured rights of citizens
The American Union The most
glorious and happy result of State
and national compacts. It can never
bo broken, whilst the people appre
ciate the causes that produced thc-
efiect. We hold it as the covenant
of oursiifetv, a proved by ourUod,
and we love it with all our soul,
mind and strength.
The Framers of air Gocemmcnt
They were good workmen.
The American Flag The emblem
of human rights secured by law.
The Constitution of the United
States The great (.'barter defining
our rights) and guaranteeing
The American People Capable
of Beirigovernnietitj they will gov
ern themselves; and, though des
pots liild usurpers may forge chains
for them, they will bo as tow,
lall asunder like ropes of sand. '
. Ottr System of Gocemmcnt
natural government of mankind
the.bist ever introduced hi to th
world: monarchy and despot-inn
are us only natural enemies.
The Ohio Vvluutecrs The deeds
of their valor will endure forever.
May they always bo ready at their
country's can, aud never "fuller
fore au en Any;,
' "Responded to by Major Ciiuulng-
ham. ' ' ::;
. "Freedom of the press ;"' freedom
of person,-under the protection'
the hgbcusi corpus; and trial by
impartially selected ; a
care of the right of election by
people; the supremacy of the
over the military aulhortty-.--thcso
principles should be .the creed
our political faith, the text of
Instruction,' 'tho touch-stone
which to try the service of
we trust. " . ' '
f Jubilee of
The Pulpit and the Presa While
'those who-direct them aright
entitled .to 'our 'moat hearty
done thou good and faithful
vant," let those who prostitute
them to tho laso and criminal pur
poses of fomenting discord, and iiii
culcatiug hate, have the fate ot Abi
s'ttlom vouchsafed to them by an
outragod people. t-'
The kingly prerogative called tlje
"war power," and the key to the
French bastilo Alike incoinpatb
blc with constitutional liberty, let
them fiu.d a common grave in the
Boot leather and dyspepsia' to
tiie friends aud advocates of desi
Essential to a free people Free
dom of speech and of tho press,
and tho freedom and purity ot tlio
bit! lot boxc
...Short fchoes and -Ion? corns to
the enemies of Constitutional Lib
The government of the United
Slates Tho creature . and not Jhc
creator ot the Mates and the people
The Constitution and tho laws
Must bo' obeyed by those in, as well
as by those out ot power,
The enemies of Constitutional
Liberty Long life to them, irky
some though H ho. 'Their ejitnpri
is ens raven on the hearts' ot ; free
men :. may. their children inscribe
it on their dismal trmhs, " Here,
I--. ... . r i - i i . i.l .
ta.Wi;NM:LL Puiuirs pays the
following compliment to General
Meade, and administers' tho net
companying blow at the Washing,
"Meade is an untarnished soldi
io. with the ablest men about him,
in I is without a bl.it, aiidlt'liC
Wis five bu1idrcd,milcs from Wasln
ingU n, iuslcad of fifty, I should
havff no doubt of victory.'' -,
''Pnrr.p.) ii RomctitnC) vciy craz,
at other times very sensible.
VOLUNTEER TOASTS. LOYAL LEAGUES.
Our exchanges report large tail
ing off from these organizations in
different- parts of the country
The last that attracted our notice
is a card in the Joliiistowu'Deni
crat" of the lOtli iust., signed by
nineteen members, declaring that
r they have been deceived and would
. J ,. npn trt ...
: II 11 V II Willing v w no nw
j Jacobin c'.ub. Philadelphia Jour
We observe the fame thing
Ohio. Several of our county-pa-
pers havo contained publications
signed by men saying that they
were deceived and went into these
dii-lovnl leagues not. knowing their
. .... .
rem onjeci or jnu poscs.
These disgraceful leages are des
tined to have a short life. They will
not run beyond the coining elect
tion, and will then closo up their
wicked career with a lasting stig
ma upon all 'concerned. Keep
sharp eve upon them, and bo pre
pared to meet and oppose them
evtrrv turn. .Nearly all the. wots,
lmirdcts, Ael, in our Sra:c cart
traced to these organization!.
HEAR WHAT A LEADING
ries The Xew York' I)aily "Times"
"'Washisutos as ax Ixocbus.
Our coi respondenco from Genera
Meade s headouartcrs, esteruay,
announced tho fact that coniniiinii
alion with Washington, by rail
road and tclojrrapb had been
off! SinsMilar to say, tho country
did .not regard the sitiiittion
General Meade as at all critical
that account, ..On' the contrary
there was a disposition to consider
it one of the happy accidents ot
life'. If General Msado' shall
ceed iii the great battle ho has
hand, Ihe'l'pl'csent generation
patriots to their dying nay-win
it was because ho had,
"communications with ashing
,- .... j,. j, .. . . .. -. ' - .v.--
ton cut on.
And yet tho Democrats are
.1 i.. r
cu iiai-.,0 ,vi- no
that they r'sfmi
party attachment to men. thus
.by t h el r., 'M n papers !!' ';TbIhk
rpeffeli-mlgl 1 1 be 'silver,, ' si lonce
REPUBLICAN SAYS. A WARNING.
WOEUEAS, pu thq night of Tuesday,
the 7th insU, tome mnliciout
or persons, entered the sluoghtcr: house
. ,r II I. CI
Messr. Wilson aieyer aim uosepn
and beat fire, vulimble -i hoga, (since
from tfie effects,) stole a quantity of
out the ropes, and opened the close pom
sluuchler houiie doorHji-J .
KOTICBU hereby given, that any
or Dcrsoni found upon said premises
suffer the penally of the law, and
abido by tue eoseqnencoi.
WILSON & MEYER,
Eaton, July 9, 1863.
Advertise in tin Prcss."
Eaton, July 9, 1863. New Advertisements.
r-ii I KA1E STRAYED.
ST RAwbft-ijmhlii'iubscriber in Eaton,
0iW4iliie8(iiyhc f lh inut , a Bay mare,
snj)Kis4d I lit b i b -orjl 8 years old, heavy
built, abyilt lt kifiil'liign, wliito bind feet
un(j ioi'k n$r avrj,pm yanwrn juiiiih. , adj
ono' finding tucli anunnl will bo liberally
rewarded lor .returning ner to me, or in
forming me where she may bo found.
Administrator' eieal Es-
IN pursuance of an order of snlo granted
by Vhn, l'robaj 'Jour Mtorlo tcoun-
. Ou Satuyr.AgiiHbrfl.-S63,
At lOvO'clplk, Wi-lftf f?rfsea, the
fidhmlrtg 'desfcrrbtifl ' fc'nV "estate.' Situate in'
the. polity of Preble nud Statrf&f jQtko, to-
wit : Ueing the undivided half of
( 0) W vVi 3tVf i xft t d3Up " No.
lime ()-"of Idnce fivo (2) EtiRt, to.: becin-
ning at tlie S: W carrier 6t sb!1 section No.
Hi, running thence north 8(;i-105 35-100
poles; thoieo north 4 W 107 49-100 poles;
thence Boulli 8CJ W K.O 80-100, jioles, tr
the west line of tho wction; 'ihenc'o jouth i"m
est on the ncctibii line 1(18 9S-J00 fiolei, to
the jiUU-e oKfcini'i"3A'1ViUiA)lto hun-
ilreind (VMi nlM 'SD-IOTJ
ncicsql hvrl.l .r.ij'JI
Appraised at Sl,6."0..j. , j, j.,ftl
' 'fi!rms of B!i1ifjiie-ltiril''cnRh in hand,
nnc tliird il Anc yMr'n'ict one5tluc in two
Jem'jt frttn tht' daj. .f..S(ilyvi yi(erest.
. f ?. 'flj. IV,-Ail hfl'vitipii-fa 'in Win iiifriv.u,. f.......
the dny of side, and. bo fAVle(V,y-i,l0,',"K0
on the 'promises. ' 1
E.TettitMiJ'rjf 'fcndcll .Minnicl;. dee'd.
JutiC 2t, lSfi3
"-rPr. f..f ;.l)
Wilson & mey.er,
1TTOT7LI) NOTIFY. "TIIE ftEKF KAT-
V 1X(J citi'neri (tf-Kiitoii and vicinity,
that tlioy have jnt opened a ,r fT
1 I '13 rl H I I O X
ON BAR0IT STREET. Oce Booi: jfoith
t tttO .agle Hotel, where rtliyy.. yiirposo
o have con tniitlv on linud No. 1 JJccf anl
the liucjt ilulton and beift Pork,)ini the
country en nflnrd.". Thej urc d turjuined
to meat the public on goii(llcril fur tho
"itfiidy joIim, anil s.ik a liVcriik iiliMo ut
riltl E A 1 ) ' K HTISEft HAVIXCJ BKEXltK-
XSTUltM) to health in n feWWi-eks, by n
very siinplo. remedy, niter , linvjnnffcrtd
feveral years w'uh a severe hm'g ofiectiot!,
nud. that dread dLsemeCoiRumplion !
nnxisirs ta'Thalcc known to hi fellow-sufl'i-r"
ers the means of cure.
To nil who desire it;' no will send n copv
of the prencription m:d .-fre oR ty-,)
willi I lio directions Iwdiirsimrin!; Unit rtsiiH'
the vnin", which they will find a mire Cure
fur Ci nsviiijilwn, Axll.ma, JrtitV'i'ti, '!.
1 he only oliiucl ot to iwvL-rtisd in semliii"
the I'lOf.eriptiiin is to, luif(i4 lUe filifleil.
.pietil infurniMi.-in WHJ h? enrrrrive
er will try his remedy, It will Wilthem
nollnnjr, ami mnvi.ptiivin inesstni.
AVilliniuahtirp. Kiags Con n't fr, ''Krtf Toft.
April I8t;:i :im
..111 liUl '
, . .- ,..nci ' " '
just RlsV, ;'!!'
'Tinleii(,Cxj;W lov cash
inco thepani'c. . A full audd sya-
th'anij M o l(A ' 1 1
Will bo 'sold 6njsual terms to our
customer apd tp .all vffifeh phfp
goods, ifar.bclow the cost.of nipbr
tilt toil J ! : iii .--un wH i fi
' G ' VANAU'DSIi' Cfi"f
' J :i - !.
5b of the rEACP;
SoutK-wett corner ef Main and CfftfJ
ifeTColIectlons and KemitUneei
promptly made. .