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rot- VOL. IX. NEW SERIES. COLUMBUS, OHIO, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1863. NO. 307. pill Wmw ; 'MBp ATW I .r The Ohio Statesman: DAILY, Tai-WEIXLY AM) WEEKLY MANYPENNY MILLER, 'OHUSdiRS AD FBOPSIXTOBS. wr otrtee Voi. SB, SI and 40, sTorta High ft I IBUB INVARIABLY IV ADVANOB. 7 Carrier, per wesk. seats... i m-weekir . . , . S 00 dm veal-. Weekly, single eopy, . . i 7S tiaoi oi nve eopies, . ,, , 7 SO .,-, " jton eoplci, ,. . 4 00 " : twenty eoplci, -, 87 00 ." , ormi at Adverllelngr by tbo Square. Oneinre I real... (20 (10 On equire S week, .fit On. " Itnki,, 3 00 On. lweek... 1 On. Sday... 1 Ot On. Bdaya... T5 vo. montni ib uu Jne " 6 month! 15 00 Jne " :i month! 10 00 Jne " it months 8 00 )nt " 1 month. 1 09 On. " 1 inMrtloa to Displayed adrortlitmint ball nor than th kove HXHiZTaU?a$ f?a Pi04 ln wlusae i 1., ,"i?lr,,,d 10 Pbahdby law, legal rate If or.'.ered on the Inildeoioluilrely after theflratwtek per cent, mora than th ebor reteei bat ell aoo wll Pljear in the Trl-Weekly without charge. i!!"i!0rfr not"0,a,,, v.ltni, ptrrw, U M, -. so j.i-r line; ou tilde fi. ' Notlcei of rcoe ting!, charitable ooletlM, lr companl fca.. half nttnm Atttmnihnt advirtUtmtnU must bs paid for in - win nvi mnnefl iron Weekly, miu price the Dr where the ftdTertltei e (ho Waeklv Alnn. wKam ik ti.i - j t - -f . uwr iiy UU IV QUI h ' etarge fer the Weekly will be '"'nwi laVJ VI1IIV No tvWgrtheinr-t Uken exeepl for ft definite period M'COU, MILES & M'DOMDS, fU0OBB8ORS 10 GEO. WM. McDOtf ALD) GHOOEH s , No. 12t South Hi ah Street, Proprietors of the Columbus Powder Magazine. Awu"vt f"od" 0? TnM U"DBIIK WHIri Anenu for 81. of Qardnar, Phlppi tc Oo.'i Sugar unred Hiroi, DEALERS IN CHOICE FAMILY GKOCERIES Of every doicrlptlgn, Imported and Domeitlo. Jflnt Wlnei, Ooidlali, Llqnort. Began, Oil?. Oil. Bar dlnei, &o. All goodi deltrered free of charge. i MrCOI.M, M1L19 at McDONALDS. mayl5-dly. No. 121 Month High it. NO. 1 UEHR MAOKKBKL Pickled Ba'mon Smoked Balmnn, Smoked Hallont, Bomlny."gamp," Oran berrlee, "Utyton Orackere,'1 Cap 8igo Xnglteh Dairy, Nutmeg, Pine Apple and W. B. Cheeie; Burnett'! Via Tormg Kztracta; Oanned Qreen Oorn, Green Peaa, Pine Apple, dto. JTor etle by UoOuLU, MILES fc McDONALDB, 1 maylt-dly. Ne. lit Booth High at. DISSOLUTION. Tni co-partnenhlp heretofore eiliUng nnder the firm name of "Geo. ea Wo. UoDonaid," waethle day diuolved by mntnal content, baring diipoied of oar eutli. Intereit In the Grocery builneae to McColm, Miles & McDonalds, ' who will continue the bmineii at the old itand, and are duly iuthoilieii tj aettle the buiineteof the old Arm. In aeverlng our mercantile connection wltn the publlo ire would return our warmeat thanke for their long and generoua patronige extended to ne through eo many yean. Ill health on the part of onr Mr. Geo. McDon ald Induced hy too cloae an application to tuilneaa for more than yean, render, thla oh.nge Decenary. To our old friende we would lay that the new firm poeaeea all lb. faonltlei for builneae enjoyed by m, and will ipar. no paini to merit their (a to re favon. i , , qbo. . wat. Mcdonald. Colombo!, 0., May lit, 1663. maylS-dlm FURNITURE MANUFACTORY i JAOUII FISHER, HAVING PUK chaaed th. entire atook and bnilneea of Meairi. Bboedingerfc Bron In th Vnrnllur. llanaraotory, No. 162 South High Street 1(11 continue th bmloeai at th SAME STAND AS HEBETOFORE, and lollolti the enitom of (h. old patrone of the eiteh liihment and the public generally. All bmlneea will be PUNCTUALLY A1TENDEDTO! and Farcttnre maouhctnrtd or repaired promptly ac cording to order. , J. H6UKR le alio engaged In the buiinen of an TJndortaltor, to which he will give ipeclil and prompt attention. ' apigti ly. . : CHARLES W. BAKER, " ' ENVELOPE MANUFACTURER SO DEEKJIAH 8TKEET. TnB UNDERSIGNED would reipectfully Inform hli friendi, customer!, and the trade generally, that be tin agiin returned buiinen at bla old location, No. 6 BKBKMAN 8TRBBI, and that hli entire eitabliihmeut, which waa deetroyed by fir. In Augoet laet, baa been re built, and furnished with NEW and IMPBOVBD PAT KNT M AOli IN KUV, for the manufacture of erery ratiety of ENVELOPES. . be feel! aainred Ihat hi preaent facllltlee will enable him to offer euou induocmenta to bnyera, ai can not fail to be aatlifactory. : CnaRLIS W. BAKER, S9 Beekman St., New York.' maylGdSoo. - . 1 FRENCH'S HOTEL, On the European Flan, ' . OITT Of HW I0BK. , j Single Rooms Fifty Cents per Day, City Hall Square, corner Frankfort Street, : (OrroiiT Oitt Hall.) t " . ' ' i Ueali ai they mi.y be ordered In th iraoioni refecto iy. There ii a Barber'a Shoo and Bath Boom attached to th. Hotel. , Beware of RUNN1B8 and HAOKMEN who tay we an full. . R. FRENCH, Proprietor.' ten. 117, 1863-dly ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. i WOOD & PEROT, 1131 RIDGE AVENUE, ' PHILADELPHIA, Pa., ; OTFER for Sale apon th. -Moit FaTorable Termi, NEW end BBAUTIVOIi DBelQNB in great Tarl etr of IRON HAILINUB for OBUETERIkTH. Mmmi. DKNORi, .to., of Wrought and Oail Iron, and GAL- TaNiz.nu ij ana bab xubinu; I BON Vk- IIAMlkAMfl H AT.flfttf f Wll HTilRfl 1 A IT ft! Ml m n a FOUNTAINS, GATES, COLUMNS, HITOHInd POBTB, LAMP STANDS, VABES, TABLES, PLOW ICR tiTANDS, bopa, obairs, statuary, ANI- m alb, ana an outer iron rrori oi a ueooratire ohar' acter. Deilnni forwarded for aeleclion. Penona d plying for aame, will pleaie .tat. th. kind of work needed. I may3l-d3m ' ' FAIRBANKS'S STANDARD ! SCALES OF ALL KINpS. Bold ln Oolumbu by .;, t KILBOVKNE, KTJHH8 CO, 0"Beanful to Iwyonly ft ioaln. I Jaii20'63-dly ' CxSe-! BROOKS, STEARNS & CO., WHOLBBALl at RETAIL DBALBRS Ig auv A0 BVWUffAW Ml VVV11I Foreign and Domestic Fruits, CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, Pare Wines and Liquors I0R MEDICINAL PURPOSES. . i Country Produce taken In exchange for Ooodi. , NO.1 873 SOUTH HIGH STREET, Ooluina.l3xx, oixlo. Oitf,00it deUT8"l trt 01 eorK o any part of the DATID W. MOOES,) JOHM BTBAKirs, It. atlEtOII... ) ded-tf BENNO SPEYER'S BANKING HOUSE, Commission, Forwarding and Notarial Office; GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY roa the Bremen Hamburg and Havre Steamers; AND ALSO RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY, 1SAST AND WEST. No, 7 & 9 Wert Third St., (Corner Main), Oinoinnatl, OI3.I0. declB-U WILKINSON'S, No. -110 West Fourth Street ; BETWEEN" VINE te RACK. MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN ARE RBSPIOTf uLLT ADVISBD THAT MT Hoaee la now fully ayitematlaed. and read for the uwruuDueoioi ue naiineie eommanlty, THE EATING COUNTER, On th Brit floor, will be nnder m nancnal annanili Ion, and will be kept well enrolled. Gentlemen hiTine but a tew minute to ipar from builneio, will find rcauy oooaea, Oigtort In ever; style, Game, Meat J, eto from 10 o'clock A. II. no til 11 p. M. I rolicll a mare ei builneae patronage, WM. WILKINSON. Deo. 81, '82-U. Cincinnati Law and Colleetion Office, . Iniiunn A. D, 1B40. THOMAS POWELL, Attorney At Law, AND COLLECTION OFFICE, NO. MASONIO TEMPLE. VINDINNATl. Bemlttaacei In all'eaiea made Immediate! on th nnl. lection of any claim. The following reference! are glrn by permliilon ot th partlea, with whom Mr. Powell ha for mane ean been acquainted. Nicholaa Longworth, Erq. Samuel N. Pike, Eaq. Joiepb 0. Butler, In, W. B. Smith k. Oo. Haker t Von Fhul. Tyler. Daridion Oo. lion. W. B. Caldwell, Si Obiif Juitlce, State ol Ohio. D. W. Oorwin, lata King, Oorwln At Oo. Olark, West k Co., lall and 123 Duane St., N. Y. SamuelS. Bowman at Co., 1? John St., N. Y.' Wm.U. Powell, Eiq., No, 45 But 2d8t., N. 7 decill'6lt-tf FiQ LIGHTE & OO. (Lat Light fc Bradburyi), Piano Forte Manufacturers, 481 BUUOHIE St., NEW YOUK, 8d BLOCS EASI OP BHOADWATs At B. f . 0. LlGOTE. th original founder of this well known Eitabliihmeut, Etnior Partner, and only Practical Memo Tort Maker of th lata firm ot light dr. Bradburyi," hiring retained hi Two-Thlrfli Intereit In the whole builne.i itock, materiali, etc, and Sola Froprletonhlp In hli ValualU Patent, lnolu live of hi. oil.brated PATENT INSULATED IRON FRANKS, I th only on who can make th SUPERIOR PIANO FORTES for which thla horn ha been io popu lar. LOAll Infringement on hi right fill be proie cuted according to law. UpAll Piano Forte from thla manufactory are war ranted perfut la erery rpeot for flr year. Liberal term! to dealeri. 1 F. C. lilOHTE fc CO., e-'l Broome St., NEW YOBK. aprlll0-d3m Wm. B Bradbury's Piano-Forte Establishment, NO. 427 BROOME STREET, NEW YORK. ' THE aubMrlber reipectfully inritei th attantlon ol but friend! and In public generally to hli Piano Fort EiUbiUhment, at No. 4ii7 Broom Street. Ilaring withdrawn hi intareet, itock and materiali from the lata firm of 'Llnht fc Bradburyi," which firm wa. dinolred on th Slat January alt., and hiring pnrchaa d the entire itock of Plana lorta and Piano-fort Ma terial, owned by nil brother, Edward 0. Bradbury, In the aald Arm. h 1 now prepared to mpply th Increased demand for hi! celebrated Piano Forte. Employing the moit ikii iiui ana experienoea workmen, with a large itock of the belt and moat thoroughly leaaoned materi al, and an abundance of Capital, ho ha taken In hand th penonal lupervlilon of th whole builneae of man ufacturing hli lnitrnmeuti, and I enabled to tarn out Piano-fortei ol unequalled tone and dvrabimtn. Baasauai'iNiw Bcaui Pfaao-I can. In the arrange ment of our new Scale, drawn and prepared with the at moit mrcvexpreatiy for our new Initrumenta, w bar added erery Improrement which can ln any way tend to the perfection o( the Piano-forte, and we can conn dently aatert, that for delicacy of tonch, rolumo, brll llaney and iweatnoaiof ton, combined with thatitrength and eolldity of fram neoewary to durability, the In itrumenta are unequalled. ' " Branara awn Bbaott " la onr motto, and we In Tit th. oloeeit erlttelim of th. beat unbilled Judge In th land. . Brery lnitrament warranted for fire yean. WM. B. BRADBURY, ' 427 Broom St., cor. of Oroiby, New York. ' mohll dim CO Alt OIL! COAL OIL! -,. 1TOR SALE AT nEriltEBS' PRICES J? fer the barrel. . . tr. h. BiBTHAuxj JaaSS im Bon tb High Stmt, llje 01)10 Statesman Vicksburg—The Military and Political Bearings of the Contest, as Viewed the Richmond Enquirer. [From the Richmond Enquirer, May 30.] All intorwt, milfUo ar:d politloitl, oeoters this day npon the fearful and bio'xiy etrug?Ie now raninp; eronnd the bluffs of Vicksbur It Is the most momentous, ami, pcrhap', the b'oodiett firfht or the oampslgn this yr. If Grant's dirljif attempt fail, and bid a: ivy be destroyed, or !nerj iiriven off witb auoh plootCul carnage and tuv.ju iH'iUr batteriea are now makioz io the ranks, tbeo tho Miaaiaaippi and all the Weft are oum lur this seagou. I) Vickebnrg unhap pily fall, the war is only beginning. But the worst effeot of that disaster uul j assuredly be the removal of that mlienb'e outcry for oonrt ing and tampering with t tie great Northwest reunion with several States of the Nortbweit that li, submission to the Northwest. Vickdburg, a we have good hope, will not fall and cannot fall. We have there a fine army, brave to desperation, and led by able oommand er. Every motive, every paasion that can ex alt soldiers to the point at which men conquer or die, la there present; patriof'm and nride. the need of sustaining a well won renown, thirst tor puouo ana tor private vengeance npon the desolation of the land, the incendiaries of our towns and oowardly oppresaora of unprotected women ana cnuaren, an stir and madden our men to daring deeds, and give a zest to the work or wholesome alangbter. Fomberton is nobly sustaining his fame and onrs; and with Johnston and his gathering reinforcements to strike In at the moment oi fate and finish the terrible etriio, it may well bo hoped that, with God's blessing on onr armv. those most formid able armaments of the enemy, by land and wAtor, will he ruined, overwhelmed and sent to perdition. Yet. if It be fated, that in spite of all human valor and devotion can do, Vicksbnrg and Its aoienaers suouid become tne prey of its ene my, then indeed will come the tng of war. Then also will come the political crisis. What ever of imbecility and faint-beartedness and downright latent toryism and treason exists in the Confederacy, will at once receive a new ac cession of weakness; many will again begin to ory out for "an honorable peace," as they call it, by means of submission to one section of our invading foe who are Dow raging over our country with fire and sword. The doctrine of tne necessary nnity ot tne Mississippi Valley from Lake Itasca to the Gulf will be again re vived by political geographers of feeble knees as If the Mississippi river were something different from all other rivers; as it there were any more unity or continuity in Its shores than tn the shores of the sea; as if the Great West had a right to onr country because the water flows from their lands into ours; ail this sad nonsense, which is nothing but a cloak for treason and excuse for cowardice, would be echoed and reverberated over the land again. And then the Northwest would not listen to our offers and overtures, if sunh ahould be made. With the poiseasion of Vicksbnrg and Port Hudson, they would fancy themselves assured ot 1 be whole Mississippi, Dy conquest; and they would no longer dream of escaping it by treaty. If our politicians of Tennesste and Mieelsalppl ahould, then, renew their helpless talk of giving a favorable commercial treaty to the upper Statea oi the river, as an induce ment to them to separate themselves from the Eastern States and erect a Confederacy of their own, euch oners would be received with oon tempt. The issue would be presented pure aud simple, naked and peremptory submission or subjugation. Ana suhjugatiou means cxtermin atlon- Thus, Vicksburg is at this moment a point not only of strategio but aleo of pohtioal im' portance. While our flag flies defiant over the great river, no party of compromise can venture to raise its bead; no man will dare to breathe one word of " reconstruction" in whole or In patt. Ml will be good Confederates. The cause which Is supposed to be falling and sink ing is the one whioh is likely to be abandoned bv the cowards, and betrayed bv the traitors To the cause that prospers we are always as true aa steel. for this reason, the result of these Virciuu eleotions, or any elections, is by no means of so deep a politioai signtncanoe as the result of those battles round Vicksburg. All the gentlemen elected the day before yesterday are to-day, we hope and believe, lalthiul and resolute Confed erates, whether ihey be late eeoecsioniciiB or oiiglnal ones, If any of them have uncon sciously lurklrg within them come relic oi ten derness for the old Union, some undefined hank ering after a peace by total cr partial recon struction upon any terms whatever, "honorable" or oiheriso, the successful deieuse of Vicks burg will help to obliterate the last lingo or taint ot euou anti-Coniedorate sentiment. Tois is not said in disparagement of those who let', ths Un ion reluoUutly aod at the Udt moincLt, but wba left it then forever, and have sinoe maintained. on many a bloody field, the sovereignty 0! their SUtea agaiat an invading enemy. We find it impossible to conceive, for example, that men like Col. Wickbam, who has led a Virginia reg iment through two years of de?porate it io ie fense of Virginia's right to secede or like Alexander tioieler, whose nnme nas been deso lated by Invading barbariaaa, aud wba has rid den by the side of Jackson through tho cam paigns which illustrate hia native State, and gemmed it all ever with fields oi gloiy like an emperor's snieia snouid ever n .template the im !'.o irf oi any compromise ot Virginia's iov- ereig, -i- uuder any ciruumsiancea or any pressure v i-a ourg or no Vicksburg. Yet some there are, of a meaner type pray tiod they be lew 1 who would see in the fall of Vicksburg an oooaalon, perhaps even a reason, perhaps they might even see an houcs; and pat riotic reason, for drawing back from the ex treme measure of our proud position, and listen ing to compromise, and an "honorable peace." We do assure them (if such there be) that they are in the w.ong. Compromise there can be nonet nor medium. 1 bis Confederacy baa be fore it one of two things; either to e Jtiquer Its lull and separate independence by but .10 and victory or to yield itselt conquered, and dreg the bitter doom of au "oppressed nationality" nnaer ine basest 01 masters; a naked, bound, aoauraged "Cinderella of nations;" object at they very best of all the world's contemptuous pity. 1 here are few, it may be hoped, who are not now up to the right mark; prepared in this mat ter to make the right dcoision. At any late we pray for Johnston and Peniberton aud the yet maiden uuy on tne muus. Casualties to the 47th Ohio. HEADQUARTERS 47TH REG'T O. V. L, CAMP IN REAR OF VICKSBURG, May 27, 1863 I herewith forward for publication a list of killed, wounded and milling of the 47th Regi ment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, ln the five day' engagement in rear of Vicksbnrg: Lieut Edward N Bernard, 00 C, killed; Ser geant Albort Lano, 00 A, killed; Sergeant Christian Musbeck, 00 H, killed; Corporal Wm O'Brien, killed; Corporal J Jester, 00 A, killed; uorporai a neoni, 00 u, aitieu; corpora! John Konntzmann, eo F, killed; privates A Bultnau, coD; Mahlon T Hall, 00 E; Fredorlok Hudle myer.oa I; Foater Walker, eo K; Jos Honngs, 00 K; Clemens Lawrenoe, co A: Frank Emria- bart, co G j Eldrldge Folsom, eo I; L Crocket, co I, and John He ton, eo F, killed; Lieutenant rrederloK fisner, 00 ft, wounded and taken Diisoner; Lieutenant Jonathan Casto. eo A. wonnded and taken prisoner; Lieutenant John W Duohemln, ot) E, flesh wonnd ln right leg; Lieutenant Samnel V Campbell, severe wonnd IthrouKb riitht arms Lieutenant Wm E Brcb mucin, flight wmiud in right foot; Liwrecco I Hammar, co C, right leg amputate Just above the knee; Christian Under, slight wonnd in tbe ' aid; Jacob isebneider, Corporal com pany C, missing; Mirttn Crass, company C, severe wound. a the right side; 'Martin rreder'ck, 00 C, severe wound in the neck; Ml chael Kern, co C, severe wound In right thigh; Sergeant E Morlan, co E, shot through tbe neck with Miuie ball severe wound ; Manly Turner, 00 I, slight wound ln left band; Ma t lew M Davis, 00 I, flosh wound la lelt arm; Garret W Wood, 00 I, slight wound ln right foot; Levi Palmer, 00 I, wonnded and taken prisoner; Corp John H Boetlo, 00 C, right arm amunUtOd; Serg II N Vandyke, three toes on right foot amputated; Serg E B Elliot, co D, severe wound, shot through the shoulder with buokshot; John Cook, 00 D, severe wound in right side; George MoDannels, shot through the right shoulder, sevore wound;SColdsmUb, co D, flesh wound in right leg; D.in'l Pierson, coD, flesh wound in right arm; Serg Peter Hallsted, co E, severely wonnded in the breast; Serg Adrean A Shields, 00 E, right arm by a shell, sevore wound; Oliver S Knote, 00 E, se verely wounded in the right thigh ; Francis M Glance y, 00 E, fieiu wound In the right arm, Geo W Worman, eo E, slight wound: Corp John Spa.hr, 00 H, mortally wounded, shot in the arm, leg and head; Geo Brans, co H, slight wound; Serg Frederick Schneider, 00 H, mor t.liy wounded, since dead; Wendlin Faber, 00 H, leg shet off by a cannon boll; Frank Bickct, 00 F, flesh wouud, not serious; Corp Thomas Hiatt, co F, severe wonnd In right hand; Serg Rudolph Neff, 00 F, severely wounded in the left foot; James Thompson, co F, severely wonnded ln the right breast; Andrew J Bowen, co D, severely wounded in the right breast; Thomas MoDermol, morial ly wounded; Corp Foster Walker, co K, killed by cannon bail; Michael Hornung, co K, wound ed and since died; Bernhard Brockerhoff, 00 K, woundod in the leir.; Adam Wantel, coK, slight wound in right band; Martin Van Damo.co K, severely wounded io right thigh; Henry Arnold, co K, right band, thumb amputated; Philip Joos, mortally wonnded; Jno Doll, 03 K, slight wound in the thigh; Wm LImburger, 00 H, flortb wound in right thigh, severe wound; Chas Hull, co G, flesh wound; John Bluhm, co U, Blight wound in right foot; Thos Lmglrmover, missing; Corp Wm Kuntz, co G, missing; Ed win Schmidt, co G, missing; Hy Bickaway, oo C, severe wound in right side; J B Ramsey, 00 D, severely wounded; Wm H Smith, co D, flesh wound in right leg; Corp N K Brown, co D, slightly; A J Trotb.co 0, severe flesh wouud; Joba Kenneely, co A, E Stewart, 03 A, and H Weber 00 D, slightly wounded; Frank VV dialer, 00 A, missing; Edward Delancy, 00 B, W W Barnnm, co B, Wm Church, co B, Cornelius Van Darn, ro B, eoverely wounded; Jcpttia Sut ton, co B, leg amputated; Ijaao Quaokenbush, co B, missing; Robert Potta, 00 D, wounded In tbe hip slightly; Wm J Boyce, 00 D, wounded and taken prisoner; Wra R Hamilton, co D, missing; John Hoffman, co D, slight wound In left ankle; Jno Adams, co D, slight wound In right hand. WM. C. Adjutant 47th Regiment O. V. I. Democratic Mass Meeting in Holmes County. At a Democratio mass meeting held In the Court Ilouae. In Millnrahnrcr nn MnnA,,- ik. 1,1 day of June, Luellen Allison, Esq., was chosen uuairwao, ana James a. bairn, seoretary. G. F. Newton, E?q., offered the following res olution, whioh was unanimously adopted: Keiolved, That all Democrats of Holmes CCUntv in attcnitunnn at tho Stnt n,......,: ... on the 11th of June, be and are hereby eanatl tuted delegates and authorised to oast tho six vote to which the county is entitled. Hon. L. R. Critohflald read tbe following res. olntions, whioh were unanimously adopted: Ruolatd, By the Democracy oi Holmes coun ty, in mass Convention assembled, that we re gard tbe arrest and banishment of tho Hon. ClfimADt L. VaIl.infiiDh.ant a. a n,ln.kl.. - t.rBvlc auU wauton violation ot the constitutional rights of iue uiuiou. Retolmd, That having the most abiding faith In the integrity, ability, "loyalty," and patriot ism of Clement L. Vallandighan, we do hereby Infltrunt Ihfl nnlfaorAtnfi thla Aaw Innnln,. . J -CUIUVU J WJ t Cp- reaunt tho Democracy ot Holmes county in State f'.nntnt nn kn no all Ia.a..KI. n- . the nomination of said Vallandigbam as the kiuunru utnrur ei iue democracy lu me ecu ing Gubernatorial canvass. Oq motion, meeting adjourned. L. ALLISON, Chairman. L. ALLISON, Chairman. J. A. ESTILL, Sec'y. SUMMER RESORT. OHIO White Sulphur Springs, The Season of 1&63, Tnn will known watering place will be formally opened for Ihe reception of gunta abou t tbe middle of June. In the meantime person deiirlng to enjoy th privilege of th place, will be accommodated. THE SPRINQ8, this teaion, will be under th immediate aupenlilcn of th Proprietor, who will be milted by Meein. Jo. A. Bwayhib and C. 0. Mitchill. It li th intention to make the houie, in all reipeota, equal to th beat watering place In th country, and to provide generally for the comfort and accommodation ot thtgneit. For term and other Information, addroii ANDREW WILSON, Ja., Lewi Center P. 0., Delaware county, 0. maySl-dtwfcwtt AGENCY Of THE U. S. "5-20" TEAR LOAN. THESE Bondi bear Bli per Cent. Intereit, payable In Gold ieml-annual1y. We inpply them, ln all denomination!, at Par, intereit commencing to the pur ohiaer npon depositing tbe money with ui. The prlrlieg of subscribing 10 thla Loin will sea July 1, 1803. urden ihonld, therefor, be lent In without delay. LIVEKJTIOfCi:, CLEWS it CO., Bankers, and Agent for U, 8' "5-80" Loan, 34 Wall Street, New York. Government lecutltleiot all deicr lotion far..!.! th loweit market ritei, and ordere eiecuted for the purchaie and aale, at th BROKERS' BOARD, of all current Eecuniiei, uoin, etc., eto. maj'31-dlm CARPEJirJCS. Xj. EDOIUriTOKr, No. 79 and 8 1 Worth Street, . NEW YORK, INVITES THE ATTENTION Of BUYERS TO BIB LARGE STOCK OF CARPETINGS. Floor Oil Cloths, Mattings, Rugs, Drugget, &c Which h . Offer at prloe which can not fall to mak a mod Impraaatoa on tint elan buyers. r. W. ItOTCHRlSS, Manager, Invite ha friends to call and examtn th Stock. naru-aawant TELEGRAPHIC. Sunday Night's Dispatches Rebel News from Vicksburg and Port Hudson—Defeat of Banks Reported. Paivivii M AMan. I nnA fl 11, A 1aIUIh- extracts from Ihe Richmond Dispatch of this mnroiug. - T.nronw lima 3A1I ..I.I 1T:.L.l yenierday. No firing was heard. Grant is evi- Jjh.,1. -.LL. n-nni-n.ln-. ... . . . . ucuwj luii&iug yiui.iiiiuuB iuv uureulenv in some dirooMon. Jackbon, June 4. A courier report that Kir by Smith orocsed to Port Hudeon. Oo Sunday ftia ffnnhnata mafia it fnplnna aoanle lnutn- one steamer, and drowning seven huodrel med. 1 LA . I . . . . .. no uomis are loit in regard to toe result Interesting details nf the fight at Vicksburg on Thursday are coming. Gen. Grant used cotton bales for movable breastworks in the at'aok Pembftrt)n mounted his two bundre l- nnnndAra. anrf dAvntAj lhair fl.a in Ik. ..ttn. bales, mowing down whole plattooniof the ene . 1 .. .. my. uu, sukirs iuo, luciuoing tne aotion at d.i 1- n u j- , U'Xt b u, uu uu. ri'jeeu nve iQou'ano. Gen. Pamharttio. ainnA hta .ni.., in . - - wuanw. WU w .IU T demand for a surrender, has been fully testorei. Na far are ffilt rficanllncr thA ,.,!, AtihN - Vicksbnrg or Part U ldsoo. jaceson, June 4, r. M. Heavy firing In Ihe direction of Vioktburg has been heard all day. Nothing reliable has been rseaivad irnm ih since Sunday. Charleston, June 4. An official dispitch from Un. W a W.IWo. P.ii.. ....... that the enemy fired the town of Bluffloo to day. aTA... A i . . vur iurutn eugagea -a em ana preT6Dia a Inrfchpr snivainnai A ltta- fAM 1 (..-. - avwvua iium AUlOUr VV1 Johnson to Gen. Walker Bays: We are now In muuton, wnicu ptace is to names, roe enemy htia VAtrAafod. Tin ftn. nn ah- .11. I U... I - tho raid on tbe Combabee the enemy carried way uuuut una inousena negroes ana destroy ed nearly a million dollars worth of property. MoRlr.E. JllflA A. ThA nnn n.nn 1.. Alat...i, and western Georgia is in a flourishing condi tion, ana promitej uu auunuaut yield. MMf'iliiA.H At PannAinlfL rannwt ..Alk.. l.-lllt. victory over Ihe Yankees at Port Hudson. A .J;i..l.l I a 1. - n i , ,. . a.u cuiijunai lit uu iviOQIOOQi WfjJgflayB: Nawii from the Smith WABr: nrtr.itnnna ka nr vwummuwb yw ug Ul the most cheering oharacter. Nobly has Gen. i emoerioa vindicated tne CJnUtleaoe plaoed ia him hv PrAiidant llAvla. FVnm all A,..r- .k. J " - .. ai, .VWUUU 111, defense of Vicksburg la the most glorious epi- buuu iu tua nireauy crowaeo annals of oor mil itary history, tieodtaiiibs of Yankees attest tbe valor of our troops, aud the skill with which they have been handled in every attack. Tbe heroic garrison has iuimottiliied Itself. The YankAAl h&VA 0iAn nn th attmnk ,a - i. - - y .uw hiiuuii w take the city by storm, and now talk of a regular : t 1. 1 l t , . ... -. . biokc, piau wuieu ueu. jonnaton may poasibly interlerowith. The telegraph alio brings the report of a brilliant victory gained by Kirby Smith over n . l . -. d.. ii.. .i ... . uauanwt i un nuusou. rve nave every reason to believe this news will be confirmed. With Gen. Grant's army all but annihilated by tbe terrific execution ol our artillery and musketry at Vioktburg, and tbe strategic move- mnnta nf Ranlri utirirfAnlw nn Ik.., d p.. u..j " V . BU.II VIM UUU- son. tho or.-atnimnaiffn nf tho Wuif,.-, ki.k so much was expeoted by tbe enemy, bids fair to prove the moat disastrous and gigantio of ail hia lailutcs lu this war. Movements on the Rappahannock. New Yoie, June 6. The Timos' special from the Army of tbe Potomac gives the particulars of our crostlog the Rappahaonook. The cross ing was very unexpected. Two pontoons were laid at Franklin's Crossing, one mile below Frederiokiburg, As soon as Ihe enemy dis covered our purple, they fired en our men from their rifle pits but were driven out by the 26. h New Jersey. Some sixty cf the SJ Florida were captured. We lost five killed and abont twenty-fire wounded. Our force advanoed cautiously, and by dark they reaohed Bjwling Green road, and posted their pickets for the night. This aud.olous moremeot surprised many of our own officers, not lees than the enemy. It is probably a rs oonnolsBan.ee by whioh the commanding Gener al hopes to obtain positive informaiion regard ing the enemy' intentions. This morning enougb was ascertained to looate tho greater portion of the enemy's foroe. We took nearly one hundred prisoners, iuoluding one major.' Durlig the eight Lee marched two corps bick from the vicinity of Salem Cburoh to a position in front of our lime. Longstreet's corps rein forced the troops ln Fredeiicksburg and slept there last night. This morning they moved in a southerly direction. By this bold movement we have demonstrated to a certainty what has ueuuoie ot mo euomy, oesidea divining bii pur poses. Tbe men beaaved ia the moal gallant manner, and cheered, as they cruised, tor the t-i;rJ time, this historic stream. The movement has thrilled the army with cxoltement and with impaticuce. Nxw Yoe, June 7 A Washington speoial to the Herald, dated the 6ib, states that tbe 3d division of the 6th army corps orossed the Rap pahannock at Dean run, at noon yesterday, on pontoon bridges laid by a detaobment ot the Eagiceer Corps. The object was a reoonnols sano'j in force to ascertain the motions aad po sition ot the enemy.' The rebel sharpshooters made some opposition to tbe plaoing of tbe pontoon bridges bnt were quiokly overcome, alihougn we lost one or two men in the ooeta tlon. Alter the division crossed there was consid erable skirmishing, and the rifle pit oocupied by tbii rebel riflemen were finally carried, and a number of prisoners captured. Tbe rebels still bold Frederlckiburg. Gen. Lougstrect is there, and shows a strong froal at the upper lords of thd Kappbaunook. It is believed thata large body ol tbe rebels have gone in tbe direotien or Gordoosville. Onr army is tn good spirits, and rady to move forward at aa hour's notloe. Washington, Juno 6 Whaiemr mav hava been tbe condition of affaire on either side of fe Kappabaunock for tbe last two days, it is known that our army to-nlnni is on this aide of the river. Col. Kilpatrick's Raid. illirjQuiRTlaa Aaw n rai Pamuia T... 6 Co!. Kilpatrlck's cavalry brigade arrived ne. Dream irom ioriiown, via Urbana aud Northern Neck. Since loaving Urbana they have fathered five hnndi-nrl i, n rat A A an A Itlnlaa thirty five vehicle and two hundred contra bands. Mijar Stokes, of the 46th Virginia, Lieut. Wilhelm, of the Baltimore Light Artil lery, and a member of th Rah a l fiionai r.... were also taken prisoners and brought here. The Attack on Franklin. Naanvir.r.c. Jnn 6 -Th Ash, p..i.ii. . - -fcm rauatiju on the 4th Inst, waa betwoen tonr brigades of reoeia onoer roresi ana oar loroes there, who IiaM thai rAhala at Ka nn.ll v,a i . - -" u iviuuiii vi aue Federal stores, when our reinforcements came up ana urore tne reneie oeyond the town. On the mornine? of lha hih Ir.t ,k k.i. - -a - . I OUOIB were aeeerlainsd to have re entered the town. Alter severe nignting en tbe street, Col. Faulk ner, of the 7th Kentucky Cavalry, again drove them some miles bevoni th tnm. i.irin ei. prisoners. '' ,. . Col. taulkner was badly wounded aad arrived here last night. Col.tWiokliffa Conns lhA Ath ITanlnnk. oavalry, waa Injured by a horse falling on him. All . - I . - ... . . . , an ib 4um u,i rranaun to-day. What Rebels Say. HiADQDAXTxaa Autr of the Potomao, Jane 6. The. Tlmna. ananlal Fenm n-iiu taken last evening, I have obtained copies of the Richmond Whig and Diepttoa of June 5ih, oWihiug a di.pateli dted Jaokson, 3d. The result of tbe siege ol Vicksburg was so far very encouraging ta cur side. Tbe enemv haa been repulsed lu every nt'empt to storm the wgrki. Grant must be eompelled to raise the siege lu a few days. Tbe storming of tho works is looked for In the next forty-eight hours. The Siege of Vicksburg. Caiso, June 7. By a steamer from Yaxoo Wedneaday morning, we learn that tbe rebols have burned their upper works. ' ' " ' By the gunboat Clnoionati we learn that the fire In Vicksbnrg Monday night wa caoaoJ by th explosion of one shell. .. Br tbe explosion of one of our shells ono whole tide of Washington Square was destroy ed. Tbe planting of siege guns waa progress ing; it was toe intoction to open ou the enemy wiwb them, along tbe whole lioe on Wedne day. Our lines have been drawn in, so that in many plaoes tbe armies ate witbio speaking disianoe WaiHinoton, June 7. Government tonight received official advices from Vickiburg to the 3d lost., which, whitest llog the siege con.in uee, make do mentiou of events of startling iuiportn.ee. Mi)irsEEfBOEO, June 7. Col We'der, of the mounted iniantry, has returned from another highly sucoessrnl expedition to Liberty. He broko up a band of guerrillas, taking all their horses aod sixty-two prisoners. Deserters represent that the Mississippi Iroope iu Bragg's army are In a elate of mutiny. The 41ai, Col. Jackson, has been under a heavy guard fur several days. Portions of Breckecrldie's and McCorwan's divUioDi, whioh were reported to have gone to Mississippi, are still In onr front Heavy firing Lai been heard lu the direction of Triune, whioh Is as yet unexplained Latest from Europe. New Yosk, June 7 The new steamship Anuria, from Bremen 21lh via Southampton 27th ult., arrived this morning. 1 he Confederate lota had fluctuated greatly on the receipt of the news of Stonewall Jack son's dtatb. Reports of a probable armisiioe aud of the prospect of European offers of mediation be tween tbe Ndith and South are again revived In London. The Times say of Hooker's address, if this dooumsnt were received without authentication, it might pasa for a hotx, ridiculing the Fedoral commander and hi style. The Timos says Mason left Loudon on Tues day for Paris. Inoreaeed steeogth was impart ed to tbe rumors of the pr nihility of French mediation. The Confederate loan advanrej to par. French Rentes 69f40o. Agricultural prospects in Fiance are magnifi cent. Onashur, on the Duelper, has been occupied by the Polish Insurgents. The Insurgents gain ed a viotory at Bierae. LivxaraoL, May 86. Cottoa firmer, closing flat, with a downward tendency. Quotations unchanged. Breadstuffa steady. Flour unchanged. Wheat Improved; demand good; red winter American advanoed 12J. Corn 931s. Provisions unchanged, except lard declined Io 61. London corn market nncbanged. American securities all advanced. Virginia 6's ; Illinois Central ordinary shares Miobigan Central 3; New York Central 1. Consols 93g93 for money. The charge for advanoea ou slock exchange la 3(34 per O'Bt. A great meeting had been held at Sheffield for the recognition of ibe South. Ten thous and persons were present. A resolution was passed to memorialixi the Government. Summer Arrangement. 1863. 1863. EAST. is! CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Railroads, OFFER TBB wiiorlcat, ilutckewt and Moat Uella bte Ueuta TO Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington City, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Direct connections are mode at Bellaire with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, And at Pittsburgh with the : PennsylYoia Central -Railroad. Trains leave Columbus dally (Sunday! ex epted) as follows: NTOTTT EXPRESS T.nu rinlnmkn. l-.k.l Ohio B. H. 4:15 a. m. will (top at all atatiom when irnalad: arrlvino mt lUtlUIrA in-U a. m n.itin.... 8 00 a. m.i Waahington City, 8:00 a. m. Eight tratra oany to rntiatieipnu and New York; aleo oonnectaat Bellilre for PitUbarg,; Larrliburg. Philadelphia and Newlork. - NIliHT ITPDI-. T.M.M flAlnrnhna -I. Bt-.l rille, i.15 m. arrlr at Bteubenrille, 12:00 m.; iuvurga,;Ku p. m.; uarruDurg, x:uua. m.: BaHi- mora. G:1S,. m PhlL.l.lnM . . v l. via Allentown, 9:35 a. m.; via Philadelphia.' 19:00 m. HEW YORK XXPRXsS Via BTECBBNVILLH Learee Oolumbui. 11:15 a. m.: ArrtABtfltMMiMr.wiii. 5:15 p.m.; Plttibnrg, 8:00 p. m.; Uarrbjburg : a. m. Biltlmore, 11:30 a. m i Philadelphia llfcO a. m.; New ?ork, 8:00 p. m. DAY EXPRESS via CENTRAL OHIO B. B Learea Oolamhoa. S.-IU n. m-t win .tnn a, -ii --,i... and arrive at Bellaire, 10:00 p. m. 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