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' ANYPENJfY & MILLER, Publishers, OOLTJMBTJS, OHIO t V 8UNDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1863. S. HI. FETTERGILL CO. No. 37 Park Row,' New York, and 6 State Blreet, Boston, , art oar agents la tboM elttoa, and an authorised la take adnrUMtaenU tad Subscriptions (or ai at oar JjokM Democratic State Convention—Nominee for Governor. www V ' Ad offioer In the Union army Id Tennessee, writing to aa under data of the 30th of May, reqneati ni to raggeat the name of Josira R Coci mill, of the 70th regiment 0. V. I., now oommaodiog the lat Division, 16th Arm; Corps aa a ealtable and proper candidate for nomina tloo for Governor of Ohio, by the Dcmoorati State Convention of Jane 11. With Colonel CocKWLL'e oame at the bead of the ticket, our correspondent assures ni that the rote of the Ohio eoldiere In the southwest would be carried trlamphantiv for the Democratic ticket. The writer aaya " I bellere religiously la the ben efioial mission of our party, and certaloly nerer from ita organization bai any crisis needed He oaaaiela more than the present;" " it should succeed, and In order to Insure vlotory, we here In the army thick it is necessary to nominate man such aa I have named." Me adds:' "C Cocisaiu. la a man, and that, too, in God'a seose of the word; possessed of floe edmlnietra tire ability and considerable experience in leg' (station, and In every way qualified to discharge the dutlea of the Executive chair, and if nomi nated for Governor, be would carry every Ohio vote In this brigade and command the Influence of the leading officers and all the men in this division. Col. Cockmill ia well known to you Mr. Editor, and bence I need not tell you that be ia a floe lawyer, a statesman and patriot. Hia record aa a member ol Congresa from the Clermont district will ebow him to be a true Democrat." - Wo may observe in this connection, that Col CccxxiiLL baa the qualificationa necessary to make an exoellent Governor, and hia record In the put la that of an unswerving Democrat The New York World and Gen. Burnside. aide. We publish this mornieg an article from the New York World of Jane 4, beaded "General Burnaide and the Press," which appeared the day preceding the revocation of the order sup pressing the World In this military department, By the time the prese and the public get done with General Bomsidk, in the w iy of dieteot ing hia extraordinary conduct ainoe be came In to thla department, there will not be much left of him. "And it aeema tost just in the crisis of bla fate the spinal column of "honest old Abe" baa given way, and thus the General is not OBly bereft of the aupport he needed at so trying a iunoture. but ia absolutely rebuked by the "powers that be" for doing that which be bad reason to aappoee would be most agreeable to tbem! In hia cool reflections, Geo. BoaNSini will no doubt oome to the conclusion that he should never have embarked in the business of making civil and criminal law for the people of bla Do partment, by proclamations and orders; that ba ahonld instead thereof have confined bis operations to business and natters atriotly mil llary, and thus appropriated his time to duties of which he Is supposed to know something and which ware legitimate and lawful. We say be will no doubt arrive at this conclusion, but it will be too late to aave bis reputation. History will record him aa one of the moat extraordinary characters that tbia terrible war baa produced, and generations to come will dwell upon bis usurpations with all the eloquence, force and power, that we have been in the habit of refer ring to similar characters who figured in paat The Democratic County Convention. The official report of the proceedings of the Franklin Conoty Democratic Convention, which was held on Saturday, will be found in teis morning's Statesman. Every ward of the city of Columbus, and every township of the county, was fully represented in the Convention, by souBd, reliable, and substantial Democrats, who know their rights, and knowing, dare maintain them. A strong delegation to the State Convention was elected, and instructed to work and vote for the nomination of Mr. Yal LAHDioaAM for Governor. The County Central Committee was also instructed to call an early Convention, for the nomination of Democratic candidates to be elected In October next. "Show Your Hands!" Our present distinguished Chief Magistrate has some rare streaks of fancy. His eloquent orations at Youngstown and Mt. Vernon indi cate that be who eigne "45,000 passes in one year to our gallant boys," desires to bring beck the "Government to the purer and earlier dajs of tbe Republic." At these towns, the Gov ernornot desiring to await the verdict of the people at the polls aaks lor a ahowlog of bandit!, "All yon fellers," says "our Dave," "who ' ; think that my Administration Is O. K. pleaae hold op your hands ! " Up go all the bands In the crowd. "Snob ebowlng of bands," dirty bands and clean onea ! "mikes me feel happy ! I am Indorsed I " Now, we ask, with all due deference, is not this original tmolicUy Ought we not to be happy that we have a Gov eroo who can be .4 j : ';,,'--., "Ptoses with a rattle, tickled with a straw." Dr. G. Volney Dorsey's Record. One of tbe perambulating orator of the so called "Union party'' ia Dr G. Volnet Doav, Treaaurer pf State. He ia now one of the bit terest revilers Of tbe Damour ado party.'mid Ulna, trates she adage that "new converts are alwaya Eaalous." In season and out of season, and on the stump particularly, Is he denunciatory of his old Democratic associates. He has forgot ten tbe sacrifices they need to make for him. He has forgotten that they yielded to hia van lty and allowed him time and again to force himself upon tbem as a candidate. The Treaa urer was always an unsuccessful politician. Always defeated as a Democratic candidate, always running behind on the ticket, he' was ready to fall ia with any new idea. After most of the Southern States had se oeded, Dr. Do as it was severe in his denuncla lions of the "sectional yarty ." In 1861 a very ahorl time before he transferred himself to the Abolition party, and went before their "Union" .. . i .. - ' Convention for a nomination he prepared a a rles of resolutions for adoption by a Demo cratic State Convention, whloh we print else where In tbia paper. 'They show up this politioal trickster, when plaoed along aide of hia present platform. He claims, in theie resolutions, tha the civil war Is the "legitimate consequenoe of the attempt to engraft seotiooal principles noon our interpretation .of the Constitution." Yet, in a few weeks, be disavows these princl- plea, and throwa himself nnder the wheels of the Abolition car, and, in due course of time. beoomes as bitter in his Abolition views as Wendell Phillim himaelf. What charms of fioe-boldlng haa for some men! Alleged French Capture of Important Correspondence. The Havana correspondent of the Journal o Comnwrea, under date of May 30, (ays that the strenuous defense of Poebla was attributed to tbe presence and action of five hundred Amer leans, three to four hundred French (deserters) and one tboueand Spaniards, who are now pris oners. It ia farther represented that In the de feat of CoamoNroRT, the papers of his staff ba reaus were captured, and that General Foret foand among them a voluminous correspondence with certain offioera in elevated admlniatrative positions at Washington. It is said, also, that the documents, whatever maybe their charac ter, or whoever may be Implicated, have been forwarded by General Four to his (the French) Government, whence tbey will be heard from Mass Meeting at Chicago—Resolutions Passed. Tbe exoltement in Chicago over tbe soppres- slon of tbe Timet seems to bare been very form idable. Tbe Pott publishes four solid col umna giving an account of tbe popular dem onstration tbero , Tbe Chicago Tribum began to feel very on easy. The stockholders of tbe ooncern, barri caded tbe office with paper bales placed four deeoi and bleb snongh to protect men brhind them. Col. Hanoock's Home Guards, eight bnndred strong, were ordered nnder arms, with thirty round of ball cartridges. A secret meet ins was held in the Circuit Court room, to pro- tide for the safety of the Tribune, at which man? Democrats were present. We herewith Dubliah the resolutions adopted by the tremend- oua assemblage gathered In front of the Times office: Tbe twenty thousand loyal citlaena of Illin ois, assembled tbia evening to consult upon their interests, do resolve, ' 1. That law ia the bulwark of liberty: the abrogation of law la the death of liberty; the Constitution guarantees the freedom of speech and of the press and the right of tbe people peaceably to assemble, and lo petition the Gov ernment for the redrete of grievances. An in fringement of these rights is a blow at tbe Constitution; an abrogation of these rights la tbe overthrow of the Constitution. He who seeks to abridge or destroy these rights Is a traitor to law and to liberty. The people of Illinois will forever demand and insist upon these ricbts. 1 bey will obey the laws tbem selves and Insist upon a like obedience by all tneo. Tbey will seel redress for grievances through tbe forms of law and the tribunals of justice. Tbey win demand and insist upon tbe trial by lory of men not In the military or naval service, wbo are onarged witn crime; tbey will demand and insist upon tbe right to speak and print their opinions of men In power, and tbe measures of those men; they will demand and Insist nf on the judgment of the oivil tribunals anon men or newspapere onarged witn tne ex. preaaion of "disloyal and incendiary. senti ments.": . .. .., .;..:.! 2. The military power Is and must remain subordinate to tbe olvil power. Military, like Oiril functionaries, derive all tbeir powers from the law. So far aa they act under the law they must be obeyed. When tbey exceed tbe law inetr orders and decrees are void. 3. "General Order No. 84," promulgated by General Burnaide, by which the publication of tbe unicago ivntt is deciarod to be suspended, Si wlthont warrant of law, and should, as we avean abiding belief that It will, forthwith be rescinded by tbe President. If the Timet, or any other public journal, baa txoeeded the lim its of lawful discussion or criticism, the civil tribunals, and they alone, are the competent and lawful judges .of Its crime, t. To the courts of law it appeals; let the courts, and the courts alone, decide Its fate. 4. The peonie ef Illinois .ere devoted, with their livee and their fortunes, to the glorious Union of tbe States under the Constitution made by our fathers: thev will sacrifioe life and for tune, and nil but liberty, to preserve tbe union; tbey will oordiaily sustain tbe aulboriliea in all boneal and lawful eflorta to preserve the union; but tbey will not sacrifioe tbeir liberties thougn life and fortune go together. Peaoeably, sober. ly, totally they will maintain their liberties, so long aa tbey can thus be maintained, but tbey will bave them at every hazard by some means. or ao ' ' ! i ' . , Passed. Freedom of the Ballot-Box. Referring ti the., recent triumph of tbe iadl cal Abolition party in St. Louis, the Republican says: Some elghteenl'jousand voters did not feel Interest enough in the election to go and vote- That Is to say, such Is the military govern ment of Missouri, that about eighteen thous and volets thought It safer to stay at home than to go to the election and risk voting. G. When the movement was made In Congrees to refund General Jackson's fine, tbe old pat riot and hero, then In retirement at tbe Hermit age, wrote to a Senator a letter on the subject, wbloh be said: . i . i.' -.; . "I would be the last man on earth to do any-l an wnicn wouia invalidate tne principle that the Military shoold always be suijiot to the Citil Power." A phnd at our elbow wants to know whether the Gpvernor'a "eagle-eja'! detected tbe band of the intelligent ' contraband," whloh waa raisvd 'at 'Mt. Vernon in Indorsement of bis ooursel It waa aa black aa Briar Hill ooal! to tha to [For the Ohio Statesman.] Is the New Testament a Disloyal Book? SHELBY, OHIO, June 4, 1863. : Editors Ohio Statesman: Will you pleass Inform your readers whether nnder General Order No. 87, leaned in the Department of tbe Ohio, the "Sermon on the Mount" la per mitted to be circulated within the limits of said department? ' . ,,.'.'..'' ' ' Our ci tiaena here are intensely loyal, and de termined to do nettling that will weaken the strong arm of the Generel Government, and it ia feared that if tbe "peace makers'! are blessed, it may bave a tendency to deter men from en lilting under the tpproaching etnteriplion, and henoe materially retard the Administration in ita war measures. - ' What do yon think of itt Is It a disloyal practice to read the New Testament? Stmt of our cltlseoa think It mi'Af do) to send H to the heathen who are not In a state of rebellion. to tha , tha a S S. Casualties to the 95th Ohio. , The following " transcript" from tbe reooids of 3d Division Hospital is forwarded nnder daU of Young's Point, May 3G," by Rev. C. W. Sears, Chaplain to the 91ith Ohio: : Wounded J W. Picket, I, flesh wonnd ; Jo seph Tbackery, A, right elbow and abdomen, severs but not mortal; G. B. Vanoe, Sergeant Major, leg; w. mcwung, u, left band; J. Aebbrooke, head. - (. The Chaplain appends the following note: . . A few have been killed In the 95th Ohio at Jackson, and in tbe recent attaek upon- tbe breastworks, whose names do not appear in the "r'f A ' t ' .fit ' : . . -. Vv: .. . In a for FRANKLIN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. The representatives of tbe Democracy of tbe several wards of Columbus and of tbe town ships of Franklin county assembled at the City Hall in Columbus, on Saturday, June 6th, 1863, at 11 o'clock A. M., pursuant to the call of the County Central Committee, Tbe Convention was called to order by Prof. Daniel Woelet, anon whose motion Gov. Mepait was made President. Upon motion of J. G. Thompjon Dr. J. R.L.SEEGAE was appointed Secretary; and upon motion of Dr. Seeoak, Joba G. Thonpjon was selected as Assistant Secretary;1' , Upon motion of Prof. Woaiir, a commutes ol three on Credentials was appointed by the President, as follows: Daniel Worley, Daniel Hess, Thomas O'Harra. Thla commitlos re ported the following delegates entitled to seats in the Convention: , DELEGATES. cm or COLDNBDS. - First Ward Samuel Medary, Isaac H. Mar row, Michael Tralnor. Second Ward C. Birtllnir. L. E. Wilson. Third Ward E. P. 8rgert, McL. Doherty Fourth Ward Otto Dread, Amos Layman, Isaac bbcrly, Joseph Kodonlola, II. Schreiner John G. Thompson. Firth Ward Philip Ejrer, J. H. 8taurinr, Fred. Beck, Sr., Stephen Kammerer, George tsrana, ueorge w . uutiman, ueorge tiatner. Sixth Ward-L. Hester. Sr., D. R. Law renoe, C. Born, David Koelz, W. Seliger, John Kceder, Ubr. Wlttmann, John Kos. Seventh Waro-0. T. Barbee. E. McFrii toe, G. W. Marls, Martin McNary, Charles rattereon, w. u. koss. Eighth Waao John Waleb. J. W. Frls'.oe, James U. Speed, Walter M. Clancy. E. B Armstrong. Ninth Waed J. M. Montgomery, Daniel Matneney, John liaealey, Daniel Worley. THE TOWNSHirj. Montoomert TowNSHir John M. Piigb, Michael Xiogery, Joseph Falkenbacb. Madison TowNemr John U. Edwards, George Chamn, Jacob Bishop, T, P. Boan, V Zimmer, Mosea Seymour, Dr. Hbort. Clinton Townsmr Daniel Hese. Ciptaln BhattucK, Kicbard XNevins, Moses Beers Plain TowNSHir Cileb farber, Lewis liar mon, Henry ilamaker, Wm. H. Shaw. i Norwich Township Dr. John R. L. Seesar. James raxton, John in. white. r sanklin TowNCHir J. O. B Rennick, Clark White. John Huffman. R r. Dunham, rred mull. Hamilton Township Samuel Rank, Wm xoung. u. w. riah. 1 aoao Township Isaac R. Sttmbaugh, B. T Linn, Juoub Powell, E. Crjder. JirraasoN Township J. C- Dunn, G. Neis wendor, K. Alber, , A. Sager. Mivuin Township O. P. Price. A. J. Jack son, J. Horlocker. Perrv Township James MuCov. Thomas uavison, m. riarr. HiiaaoN Township A. S Wood, G.H. Gria wold. Blendon TowNiHir U. Mosborn, William Bright. Washington Township John R, Marshall, r. Bills, jAmoe Gill, John Thompson. Brown Township William Moling. Prairie Township A. W. Sheorer, Thomas U'tlarra, Joseph McNincb. Pleasant Township A. F. Kilbery, George aaj, u. Brown. Jackson Township G. W. Hoover, J,icob Uarab, John Brown, Henry ilaugbn, William neiawenaer, u. t trader. , lion. Otto DacstL moved that a committee of one from each ward and township be ap pointed by the delegations from the wards and townships, to report the names of Delegates lo the State Convention, subject to confirmation rejection by tbe Convention. This was amended, upon motion of CdI. I. II. Marrow, aa to provide for the election of the Dale gates by ballot. The Convention then proceeded to the eleo tlon of twelve Delegates to represent Franklin county in the Eleventh of June State Conven tionFletcher Sells sad John Walsh haviog been appointed Tellere. . DELEOATIS TO THE STATE CONVENTION. The Tellers annouoced tbe following to be the result of tbe balloting for Delegates to the State Convention: Allen 0. Tharmin. Joieph FtlkenbtcB. JohnO.Kdmrds.... S. Nelfwender...... George L. OaDverss. Buouel Mediry J. K. UirtUll Bsnlel Woiley E. F. Binnbim William Trerttt V2 m tt 87 86 80 M 81 73 68 C7 '13 4 A. W. Bheorer. B. v. Sonbtm. i. B. Glbben... John H. Pugh jonn vtwaon J. 0. B. Benlck.... V. Moon N. flibbons i. B. OWen Oeorne W. Boorar. WlllUmO.OocMP, B. NeTim O.T. Carry H. Blb Dr. Baegu D, Beii 0. Vaiber 9 IB 9 3 S3 3 Allen G. Thurman, Joseph Falkenbacn, John Edwards, G. NeUwender, George L. Con vene, 8amnel Medary, J. R. Marshall, Dauiel Worley, E. F. Bingham, William Trevltt, A. W. Shearer and R. F. Dnnham were declared be elected delegatea to represent the De mocracy ol Franklin county in tbe 11th of Jane State Convention. Professor Worlet then offered tbe following preamble and reeolution, whlob were adopted: OonitltuUontl liberty and to rlgbta of tbe people btva bn violated la tin arbitrary krrett, trial aod ban labment o( Boa. Clement L. Tallaadlahaia by the mil itary powtr, (or an alleged crime aaknown to oar laws. Tbo Democracy of Ohio owe It to themHlres and lo country to defend, throngh the ballot box, the rights and Itberlie of U pmpla: therefore &4iolv&, That tha delegation from franklin eoanty tha State Convention are hereby lnatrneted to vote and unconditionally for Bon. 0. L. Vallandigbam'a nomination for Governor of Ohio; aod for men In the other State nominations who Ilka him are willing to rlik eve rything, even life itself, In the manly defense of the of the people agalnit all executive or military nenrpation and wrong. i . j Mr. Neiswender offered the following pream. and resolutions, which were adopted: - Whiasas, Tha present politioal party guiding tbe helm of Government, baa amrped power not delegated them by the Oomtltutlou, thereby w ret ting from tha eltlaena tha dearest Intaraata of freemen, and endanger ing tha permanency of free Institutions by suppressing freedom of speech and the press, for which liberty thousands of our brethren not in arms have been oonfincd in the several political baa tiles kept for that purpose. WnniAS, The preservation of personal security and personal liberty guaranteed lo na by the Constitution, demands tha firmness and speedy notion of tha Dsma- cratie party, nnder whose control wa may only hop fur peace and unity to be restored in onr oeiovea country. Wnaits, To seonra the rights of freeman and restore Union lo Ita former amity and prosperity, tha Da mooraev should to boldly and fearlessly to work to ad just onr national troubles, which ean only be effected by Democratlo aaooess ai wa naiiM-Dox on ma seoona Taosday of October next) therefore KetolMd, That tha Democratlo County Central Com be instructed to eall a Convention for tha nomi nation of candidates for tha various county offices, not later than the 4th day of July. . ' Setohud, That tha campaign open early, and make every Democrat a committeeman, who will stand firm the defense of constitutional liberty. The President suggested the appointment of committee to look after polloe regulations, and to see that accommodations are provided the thousands who are expected to attend the State Convention on Thursday, tbe 1 1th of Jane. It was voted that be appoint a commit tee of ten, for that purpose, wbo shall have power to appoint all needed assistants. ' Re ap pointed the following gentlemen: . - u 1, 0, Reamy, McL, Doherty, B, F, NlswarK II Ld ar v, lar la In of of be the of a to . ; Tb i.- der, J. w. Fjlttie, U.x V. Huffman, Daniel Coons, W. L, Ross, Jaojb Freeland, Wm. Ga. ver, John Walsh. , Tbe Convention tbon adjourned, after order ing a report of Its proceedings to be published (n the Ohio Statesman, the Critit and the Wett- bote. SAMUEL MEDARY, President. John R. L. Seeoar, Secretary. Joun G. Tiiomtson, Assistant Secretary. Official Report of the Casualties to Ohio Regiments at the Battle of Thompson's Hill, near Port Gibson, Mississippi, on May 1st, 1863. 120TH OHIO—COL. SPIEGEL. Killed Wm HShoup, E; John Brlndle, F. Wouuded Samuel Smedly, A, slight, In el bow; Sergt Jno II Mowers, B, severo, left arm and right band; John O Brers, B, severe, In left thigh; Jno Stewart, B, slight, in left leg; Corp Wm Ciphers, C, slight, ia right hip; Willson McCreary, C, severe, ia band; John Eberbart, C, mortal, lo left breast; Corp Jas Chrlaty, D, slight, lo thigh; Corp Henry Sbauer, D, slight, in rig'it shoulder; Jjs Johnson, D; slight, la left shoulder; Ioauo Waguor, E, mortal, ia abdo men; Elijah Boor, E, flight, left shoulder; Stmuel Hoover, G, severe, in left arm; lsaao Nyler, oolor-bcaier, H, slight, in beel; Brylow BuzzuarJ, II, severe, in the aide; Ell II Kelloy, H, aevere, iu tbe hand; Christian Buckllo, I, severe, la nip; A urea Wilson, I, severe, arm and leg. - Missing John owlnebart, U; Amoa Thomp son, V. Total Killed, SO; wounded, 100; mlaiiug, 3 16th ohio cipr. bottsfoid commanding. Killed David F McCoy, II. Wounded Corporal Jacob A Cole, II, severe. In -risht shoulder; Private . Zanua rrank. C alight, in the lelt log; Perry W Ball, C, alight, riirht knee: E T Ilivkey, D. severo.riebt ebuul der; Cas Grit'anboller, F, slight, ion); M B Saromo. t , aiicut, arm anainiiin; Jobnuarret- aoo,G,eevore, both tbighn (,Iied May 2); Arozl MoTire, H, mortal, doncIS (died Aly 42D OHIO—LIEUTENANT-COLONEL DON PARDU COMMANDING. Killed Captain Wm W Olds, A; Aaron N Allen, A; Sergeant Joaiah Arlee, B; Peter Miers, B; Abel D Smaller, C: Corporal Orson Emmons, E; George S Harris, E; James Feast, r; Henry BurdtuK, r; f.ir L.enow, f, Uarrlsnn Corwin. i: Uoorgo Harris, K Wounded Lieut Lharlei Henry. A. s ioht. finger; Sorg Calvin T Kider, A, severely, side; DeWitt Gardner, A, severe, shoulder; Ira C Oaborne, A, severe, blp; Lieut Peter Miller, B, slight, nnger; oorp ueorge J Williams, a, re vere, leg amputated; Darlui W Sanford. B. slight, leg; Clayton Van Oiman, B, alight, band; t.eorge Mcoay, u, severe, leg; John Ware. B. alight, arm; Sorg George McRca, C, slight, leg; aorg uaniei urosacap, u, Mnt, ecilp; Corp Levi II KepiiDgcr, C, severe, arm amnu- tated; Charles Drake, C, slight, ankle; Rob ert Inompeon, concussion: Samuel Kono. C. alight, la thigh; Edmund I liner, C, slight, in thigh; James W Dinsmore. C. alitht. side: Samuel Swi'zerlaad, C, slight, finger; Haul Tranger, C, alight, finger; Lieut Wm L Wil son, D, severe, leg; Captiin Motrin Rouham. t,, sovere, snouiutr; uicni uriarles uiodwln, H, severe, thigh; John Griflln, E, severe, chest; Samuel Wellmao, E, alight, fiugor amputated; George Newman, E, severe, chest; W Stevens, E, severe, lee: Lieut H C Jpn. nlngs.F, severe, groin; Samuel Coriess, F, severe, hand; Wallace Hcflljfingir, F, slight, arm; George E, Wright, F, serious, abdomen; en t E B Campbell, G, serious, arm and thigh; Scrgoaut Wbeton Goodwin; G, ee rious, knee; George .Striker, G, serious, ainputjied; Sergeant George Maatersr H, Slight, bead; C.Tporal Jonathan Griffith. H. slight, bip; Richard Woodhouae, II, slighl, thigh: Kob.ri M Soiled, H, sllsht. abdomoo: Corporal Albtrt M Allen, I, alight, chin; Cor poral wm bray, I, mortal, tup; Wm Bjers, I, alight, face; Umo Shawly, I. elicht. shoulder: Corporal Sinford Tilmau, K, severe, thigh; Corporal Richaad Mormaa, K, aevere; Cjrporal Henry Sbauk, K. slight, in band: Josenh An- drews, K, surlouH, right arm amputated; Ser geact J oe lull 'J'bumpaju, K, aeriona, in breaat. UtH OHIO COL. CBAPLEBAOGH, C3MMANDIN0. KUled John MvMtekiu, D: Ddward F Sor. rell, D. ... Wounded Stobhun C Jualioe. A. murtallv: Samuel Fit'.y, D.arm, severely; EdwirJ Sites, noao, siignuy; uenry KaalwouU, U, leg, severely; Lewis M Ileeket, F, band, severely; vrunam a waruuuaio, r, arm, severely; Cor poral Daniel C tin, I, log, severely; Daniel C Kinsey, I, lug, slightly. . total Killed, lt; wounded, bu.. . , COMMANDING. Rebel Papers on Vicksburg. A Murfreeaboro dispatch to tbe Cincinnati Oasctte gli oi tlio following ex-ncM from rebel papers: Tbe Mobile RiaUler ui May ,29.b sata: 'Grant haviug m.toe seven aesaul a udud Gen eral Pembcrton and becu blouJilv ivpulsed iu eaoli, has gone to digging. Tbia menus regu sit'ge operation, aud an attempt to etnrve tbe girruoc. Ho ciu't whip cuu he starve out Vicksbiirgt Not iu a hurry ceitainly. It woU ptovibioricd. Grant's Dotuessioa ot Snv- det's Bluff gives bim large advauugea in tbe proposed eiego, in anorteniug bla base aod en abling him easily to obtain supplies. Tbo in tfieol of tbo kituatluu' causes all eyes to be turned thither. . The great battle, perhaps tbe decisive battle of the war will be fought with in cannon shot of Vicksburg. . i Here ia u acaiu-UKe quietude on Kose- oraua's liuej. It is presumed Grant baa been reinforced irom theTenueafceoariuy. Tbe Y an tes will need great numbers lor the work before tbem, aod wilt send tbem. We shall want the sime, and they are gone and going. Geu. John ston Is quietly raising an army in Giant's rear. a short time one hundred thousand Conled erates will be ready to dispute tbe sovereignly the lower Miamoeipjjl, Mid if victorious, re establish the irecdom of Louisiana. The fall the empire hanga upon tbe struggle In Mis sissippi." Tbe ChiitUuoj(,a KM devotes ita leader to advocating io ail urna tbe black flag for black muu. .'.TiiJ ar.io e on '1'cuuo.nee affairs eaja: Oj tbu Ute of Vickabuig bangs the Mo of TeuLts.HO. It wu pUy o.erul euiauh with Giaut,gooJ.bye to ;ojr Roaeuranri; but it Giant gives fembonou bid qultlui, than larull, long I t wclt to tno proposed ruocoupaviuu of ndDviiie ana Suutnom Heotuoky " G. Volney Dorsey's Record. [From the Shelby County Democrat, May 27.] The meeting on Friday was largely attended. notwithstanding many ol onr farmer friends were not throneb with tbeir snrloir work. ' As Mr. Vallandigham waa not permitted to preaent, tbe people were addressed by Hons. Geo. 11. Pendleton and J. F. McKinney. Dr. Wm. Fielding was chosen Chairman of meeting, and, altar a few brief and appro nrlate remarks lutroduoed Hon. Geo. II. Pen dleton, momber of Congress from tbe first die triot, wboduooursed lor nearly two hours t) those who bad congregated .in the Court House Square. His speeoh was replete With patriotiem moat elcqaentlv expreseed same of his fllghis were moHt toaobiog and beautiful. The speak er reviewed In au able manner the Impolitic aots the Adoiiniatrauon and Congresa tbeir en croachments upjn tbe Constltntion and the lib erties of the people. Mr. Pendleton's remarks were most pointed and exoorlatlng npon those who persistently and defiantly to tbe last re fused each and evory com prom ieeofiered to slay bloody, fratricidal war.. . , . . . Tbe deep intereat manifestel by the people was remarkable, during tbe entire delivery of Mr. Pendleton's speeoh. Event, Republicans were attracted to remain and bear the speaker the close."" -; Tbe talented speaker 'made, ait Impression upon all who beard him, and tbs ant vers U wish was, tbati aa tbls wai- bla first appearmnoe among ns, it might not be the last, - v Hon. Jn F. MoElnney followed Mr!" Pendle ton In his usual Impressive and logical manner. speaker made some happy blts a b x- :' r.:A ! i ' .it.ij ' 1 , . ' .. j'.".'''.il U.c oil. Ilm'u i ' ,ei'l viiij;V0lt1:".t ' pees of our Rapubllaaa friends, who wsra tu.es members of tbe good old Democratlo Dirty. t Mr. McKlnney remarked that Dr. G. Volney Dorsey, Treasurer of Stats, recently, on ssvsral occasions, at "Ltyal League" meetings, bad protended to attack his position, and ia order to make a show of aaooess, bad oarefally mlsiep resented bias. As the Dootor was not protect ed from nrltloism by auy ol tbe military ordors. Mr. McKlnney propo ed to ventilate a portion of bis "record" made slnoe tbe commencement of tbe rebellion. The Demorraoy of the old Fourth District had always known the aa a candidate for nomioatlon, or aa a candidate nominated. 1'bls reoord Is produced for the benefit of his new associates, which he then denounced as a sectional party, the !'legltimate ooneequeiioea" of their dootrine being to pro- duoe tbe "dangers and oimouities wnion now beset ns on everv side." The Doctor now Says there was nothing In tne "principles" or tbe Kepomican party to pro duce our nresent 'difficulties." Mr. MoKIn ney read from an original jnanuscript in Dr. Dorter's own handwriting, prepared by the Dootor, and desired by bim to be adopted by tbe Democratlo State Convention held In vo lumbus, alter several of the States bad pretend Cd to withdraw from tbe Union:, , , ,, ,, . RetoUed. That, while wa denlora tha disastrous eon dltlon of onr pobllo affairs, and hold aa fundamentally wrong every attempt to dissever the bonds of Union which aonnect ns together as one people, still we cannot fail to recognise In tbo dangers and difflcnltles whloh now beset ns on everv side, tha legitimate eonaeonanoa of tha attempt to engraft sectional principles noon onr interpretation or too uonautution, ana to place tne ower, patronage and administrative authority of the eaerai uovernment In tbe hands or a purely sectional party. . . . Jittolved, That while wa deny the right of any State to accede from tha Federal Colon, or oaat off the author ity or tne reaaral uovernment, wa ao moat tirmgty dtprtcaU the me of foret to coerce any Biate into tha performance of her duty and alleglanoe to tha Consti tution, and view with horror the attempts made by any party, whether In tha North or In tha Booth, to bring about hostile collision and precipitate the country Into the abyss ot civil war. " " Jtetotted. That wa are decidedly In favor of submit ting the terms for the accommodation of onr eilstlng dlulcultles known aa tha Crittenden Propositions, to the vote of the people of the several States, believing that their Indoisement by tha people la beyond donbl, and that their adaption would Immediately tend to do away with the complaints end dissatisfaction, which are dally widening the breach between different eootlons of onr country, and would go very far toward allaying the an gry strife and excitement which now threaten to destroy ins ver rounoationsor onr uovernment. Tiie utmost quiet prevailed during the con tlnuince of the raeettne. At tbe adjournment the people went home stronger In the faith, if possiblo, and well pleased wilb tbe speeobes and the speakers. Cincinnati Delegates to the Democratic State Convention. Tbo Cincinnati Enquirer of Saturday morn ing says: , . . : . Meetings were held in the various Wards in the city laet evening, for the purpose of aeleot Idb delesatea to tbe State Convention, which will be holdeo at Columbus on tbe 11th luetant to nominate a candidate for Governor, Lieu tenant Governor, and other officers, which was attended with the following result. 1 be aaie gates chosen were, from tbe f irst ward . Second Ward J. A. Benedict. Third Word B. W. Cunningham. Fourth Ward W. H. Glaes. Fifth Ward Dr. J. L. Vattier. Sixth Ward W. M.Clements. Seventh Ward . Eighth Ward Alex. Long and M. Stall. Ninth Wnrd J. C. Williamson aud Ben flouiman. Tenth Ward John N.' Ridgway. ' ' Eleventh Ward Dennis Cronln; Twelfth Ward Mlobael Eckert and Valen tine Eichenlaub. Thirteenth Ward John MoGlnn. Fourteenth Ward Pat Livall.' Fifteenth Ward C. J W. Smith. Sliteanth Ward Dp.'A. I. nut. There were altercates chosen lo some of the wards. Ia tbe Fourth Ward the alternates are Jas. Cassidy and John Crawley. .Iu the Tenth Ward Lewis Leonard , was : chosen. In tne Eleventh Ward Wm. Matthews was chosen, aud in tbo Sixieonth Ward Dr. Jaoob Black burn. ' - HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND BALL. AMERICA HOOK AND LADDER I,;;, COMFAflYNo. l,, , , Will give a Ball at Wenger'a Hall On Thursday .Evening, July 3d, B Tickets, 50 cents. Juce7-d3lawld Summer Arrangement. 1863. 1863. 1863. 1863. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Railroads, orris Tm Hiiorseas, siejickews anal Hast Rella bla Hons l TO Pittsburgh," Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington City, hiladeipma, j New York and Boston. Direct connections are made at Bellalre with ; t . the Baltimore Aud Ohio Railroad, if , And at Pittsburgh with the , v. . PcnnsylTania Central Railroad. j ;: Trains leave Columbus dally (Sundays ex 1 ajpted) aa followat ....... h, ..... 1 . ; - ' V , .. I ,,r . : NIOIIT BXPRBSB Leaves Columbus via Central Ohio B. ft. 4:15 a. m.: will stop at all stations when slrnaled) arrlvlns at Beltalra at 10:33 a. m.t Baltimore C O0n.aa. WaablnKton Uitr, a aa. lle.ht trains .unity hi jrunaucifun nu www auis, Kellalra for FllUburg,' Harrisburg, Philadelphia and iNaw xora. NIGHT XXPBI8B Leaves Oolnmbns via Steuben villa, 4:15 a. m. arrives at Bteubenvllle, 13:00 m. Plttabnrah. 3:20 D. m.i Barrlabnnr. 2:00 a.m.: Baltl mora, 6:15 a. m-j Philadelphia, 6:35 a. nu New York via Allentown, v.SZ a. m. ; via rniiMeipnuv in:u m WBW YORK. KXPKIBS vie BTKUBINVILLI Leaves Columbus, 11:15 a. m.J arrives at Bteubenvllle, 0:15 p. m.; rilUburg, CUO p. aa.; Barjlsburs; :43a. m. Baltimore, :SO a. b ; Philadelphia 10:S0 a. m New York, 8:00p.m. , .... DiY KXPB1SB via OBNTRAL OHIO B. B. Leavea Columbus. 3:40 p. m. will stop at alt stations, and arrive at Bellalre. 10:00 n. m.i Grafton S:55 a. m ! Piedmont, 6:50; Cumberland, 8:35; Martinibure, 1145; Harper's Ver 17, 1:03 p. m.( Baltimore, 5:00; Washing ton City, S:35; Philadelphia, 10:30 p. m. Bight tralna to New York daily. Arrive at ntuburg, a:iu a. an ; Uarrisbunt, yi ttt p. au.; Baltlnora. 6:35 f.' m.i PhlladeliiUia,5:8S p. m ) Mew York, 10:00 p. ea. i-. f , Splendid Bleeping Cars'on flight Trains., ; faaBrs desiring ttetreta bj tM above voatatvla tha Pennsylvania Hailroador Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, shoalo. be particular to ask for tbem via Bellalre or Hteubenvlllv, . ' ,' ,' ' ,;'.,'. Jane? ' ' 4 Benaral Paasenger Ayaat Superior Court of Franklin 1 r V County, Ohio. ORDEKEDi That the tones of this Court tor tbe ensalng rear, an hereby fiisd and ahall ba hold at the times following, lo wit: ::- -m m.. ....... ;' October 5tb, 1AC3; -i, '.' i :' .'",' T'i ' , ' Bao'r 88th, 1863; . u , ,j -A-.-'ii .1 V , J " Meroh 14th, W64 and " ; stay 10th, Utt.:, ,,.f r.i Tha foregoing la truly taken and oorraotly copied front the Journal of said Canrt. . . IL. S.l Witness my band this ltt dav f Jun, A. T. 8. SBCPARD, Clerk, Bj 0u . Ua, enuly, ".l i i i ' '1 'johedSw' .i.rt:ja .u SPECIAL NOTICES. THE CONFESSIONS & EXPERIENCE , INyAIsID. Published fur tha beneflt, and aa a warning and . A CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN who suffer from Nervous Debility, Prematura Decay of Manhood, etc., supplying at the same time, - van URAN9 or nu curb, - , By one wha has eared himself after being rut to great expense and injury through medical humbug and quick er?. By Inclosing a post-paid addressed envelope, single copies may be bad of the author. , ' , . . 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Y. . TO MARHH2D MEK, Or These Owtstemplatuns; tvjrrlnr.. THB anderaignadwlllglvalnforiaatloa en a veiyfrt terming and iMportant subjeot, wblfb wilt h valu ed more than a tboaaand UaiMlU eosl by rei i uanltJ eoapla of any age or condition In life- The Infoimatiiii, Will be Sent by mall to any address on the rU It eanta (sflvsr) and one red stamp. All tetters ahonld ba addressed to ' ' ' , tt. B. IsORKlM, U b. etSI-lvttawdfcw '' ' ' - Bostoa.Uats. Keinoved from his old 4tnce: Dr. A. B. WILLIAUS, W, Broadway, near High at., Columbus, 0., haa devoted himself for a series of years to the treatment of certain private diseases. Be may ba aonsnlted at bla clBoe ea Broadway, sear the Rxobarra Banki - . ! lanlddtrr's ( . T."' ' I' i 1 ' I ' PESTIVAIi! rpHl LADI1S 0 THB OONQREOATIONAL A Chnrcb will hold a - Strawberry and floral Festival, .. In the Social Booms of their Church, on Tuesday Bve- nlng of next week, June Bih-i .at. i Notice to Contractors, . , SEALED PKOPONAI.N WII.I, HI-' IIE celved nntll Monday, the 8th day of June next, at noon, for grading the bills on each aide of the run at tbe Hracklnrldge farm, in Jackson towntnin, on tne frank lin and Jackson Turnpike. Tbe material taken out of tbe hills to be used la Ailing and widening the road on each side of the ran. Proposals to state ths price per enblc yard for exca vation only. ' ' Bids will be received at the once or urian ntnrop, at the Court Hoaae, where plans and ao estimate of the work may be seeb. " i- ! , a. u. nipiip, jrres v. , seyl8-dtdV- J-- - - Master Commissioner's Sale., Seorge M. Parsons, Bxeontor of Samuel Parsons, deoeaeed, Ip.,,.- , 0 0(mrt. William f. Brack at al. J BY vlrtne of an order of sale to me direeted, from the BuDerior Court of franklin county, Ohio. I will offer for aale at the door of the Conn Bouse, la the city of Columbus, on Saturday, the 11th day of July, A. D. 18G3, between the hours' of 10 o'clock, A.M., and 4 o'clock, P. M. the follow log 4aribed rati estate rsUaal in the eonnty of Braaklin and Bute of Ohio, to wttt Parts of lots Moa. 8 and 9 of the ipbdivitlen of survey 1388. Vlnclnta UlllUry District, being .the share of said William -F. Brack- in, said lots No. and B, as assigned and set offltolilnVby the Superior Court of Frank lin county, unio, at ita may term, irao, in a partition made of said lots between him and his wife Bllxabeth O. Brack, to wlti Lot No,' tw (UJ of said partition, com mencinj at the N. W. corn of lot Mo.'l of said parti- Uuai Sbene B. or, aeg, au mm. h, iuo co-iuu poiea to the centre of the Columbus and 'Harrisburg Turnpike Road, thence along the eentreof said road N. 39 deg. 30 mln. B. 35 poles to tbe B. B. cornorof lot No. 3 or said partition; thence N. 57 deg. SO mln. w. 100 poles to the 8. W. corner of said lot No 3; thence 8. 1 deg. 30 mln. W. 41 poles to tha beginning, containing 39 acres lrood. ' Also, lot No. three (3) of said partition, commencing at ths N. W. comer of lot No. '4; thence 8. 67 deg. 30 mid. B. 100 poles to tbe centre of the Columbus and Harrisburg Turnpike Road; thence along the centre of ' said road N. 89 deg. 30 mln. B. 54 poles to the 8.1 B. of lot No. 4 of said partition: thence N. 57 dr.' 30 min. W. KS flfl-100 poles; thence 8. 1 deg, 30 mln. west en av-iuu poiea to us place a beginning, oontain Ing0 acres, 9 roods, SO poles. Appiwaea aa luiioww Lot No. 9. containing 39 acres, torethar with tha steam saw mill, at $60 per acre. Lot wo. 3 containing as acres, at ito per acre. - - - t - a. w. ircyrMAN, sherur, aud Matter Commissioner. Printer's feee 10 7- ,, ,i i i , i i ., k jnne7-dltwtd . , . , , , , . ', , . .,, WADSWORTH HOUSE, ; ADJOnvTNd N. Y. "OBNTRAL, LAKB 8H0RB. AN - BEIW KAILROAD DHPOTa. ROtritO. M. V. ' : Thi Motl Convenient Houtt in the. City. THB Wadswovlb House has recent ly been Painted, 'rasooad and refurn tshed throuthoul, and la now one of tbe beat appointed Houses In the State. Its prox imity to the principal Railroad Depots renders it partic ularly desirable to travelers as a stopping plaoe, while none of tha old Brejudlos which has existed amlnit honaes contiguous to Railroad Depots ean attach to It. Passengers win oDserve tne House on entering tha de pot. Look an tna right-hand side 1 Cong rang en the arrival of the train. Twenty minutes allowed in chang ing baggage. A good Restaurant is attached to tha House, at the end of tte pepot. Acoonunodatloaa for three nun- -edgnaata. a..., w-.. mchll-dOm . ( . ( . ' 11 TOR SALE. A TWO STORY DWBLLINfl HOTJBB, ON OAK ST. cB5idtfr',l''rt'''''" '