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VOL. X. NEW SERIES.
: ; COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1863. N0;1. The Ohio Statesman : PAILY, TRI-WEEKLY AUDTKEKLT. MANYPENNY & MILLER, USLIBlliHI AMD l ROPRIX TOB I, UT OIHm os. SB, 88 and 40, lorth High It raflMS INVARIABLY IN ASTAM01. ' ' ' Z WOOperyeari . . . 7, per we, is), eents... , ni-WeeklT . . . , oo per year. Weakly, tingle copy, . . 1 75 ' viuu ui uvo sopit'l, 7 00 " " '.ten oopics, . . 4 00 ". twenty copies, . . 27 00, ' erni of Advertising by Ibe Hquare. Uaexjaare I year. ..Bjfll un On. squar 3 wtaki. 00 On. " t weeks.. 3 00 On. " 1 week... 1 TJ On. " V inr.Dtl:! JH 00 On. 0 months IS U0 3 monthi II) DO On. Sdavs... 1 0 On. On. i months h mi 1 month. J 00 On. " tidais... T On. " 1 Insertion SO Displayed ad-ertlHmenta half nor. than th. kovt rate.. Advertisements leaded and plaoed In th. eolomn .1 All notice, rrqulr.i.i to be published by law, legal rates I( onlnrcil on thln!deicluelvely after thelrftw.ek per cent, more than the nhov. ratesi bat all .neb wll Pl'f.ir In thoTrl-Weekly without oharg.. ., Business Oarrti, ooteimeding Ove lines, per year, In Ida, J 5(1 per lies; onUlde l. Notice. ofraeotlnKt, ou ;t ih'.es Odettes, Sr. eompanles o. Imlf price. JUtratuitnt advnrtlumnnt Ml be paid for in .trance The role will not be varied from. Weekly, .am price a. the Dally, whor. tb. advertl.si tin- Wt-vltlyxioi.. Wh.r. 'he Bally and Weekly r both oteri, then Hie charge lor th. Weekly will b. NniMlvertiwment ian except for a definite period. NEW & ELEGANT DRESS GOODS, ENTIRELY NEW STYLES AND (COLORS AND Selected from the Latest Importations JU8T OPENED,; .HZLXJXr cJ SON. apilllS BLACK SILKS, IN ALL WIDTHS, Sold Under Market Prices, UAIN c5 SON. pall 15 CALL ON HEADLEY, KICHARDS & CO., -AP- 250 & 252 South High Street, -FOR- Parasols, Sunshades, DRESS SILKS, Sacques, Mantles, AND ALL KINDS OF GOODS. maylt CARPETiriGS. Xj. iai3oiDn.Toisr, No. 79 and 81 Worlu Mlreet, NEW YORK, INVITES THE ATTENTION Of BUYERS 10 HIS LARGE STOCK OF CARPETINGS. , Floor. Oil Cloths, Mattings, Rugs, Drugget, &c, Which he offer, at price, which oan not fall to make a good UnprenlOQ on Ant elass buyer.. F. XV. IIOTC'HKINS, Manager, Invite hb Crlead. to eau ana examine me Dioci. t marU'dw3m .' ' OPENING . . -OF- ' . . . NEW GOODS AT P. ROSE'S. I AM of AM MOW 0PXNIN0 A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT Goods for Gents' Wear, . An4 would Uf to my old cm tomtit, friend and th der, In the laleit ityle and of the bait good., Umt I will www i. w uicir ktmiwb. w v w, n iHUl UCiiin pur ebaarng .iMwhera. IrpKial atlenUon pll to miliary Officer.' Olothlnt F. HU8E, aprllSl-tf Merchant Tailor. F q. LIGHTS & CO. , llitte light At BradbaryaJ, .. Piano Fort Manufacturers, 421 BIXOOiaK ST., NEW IOIIK, ' - d BLOCK IABX Of BROADWAY; ME. i. 0. II0HTB, the original founder of thU well known Kitabllahment, B$ntor Partner, and only rraoUcal Piano lord Maker of the lata firm ot "light. Bradbury.," haying retained hi. Two-Third. Intereit In the whole btulneii .took, material., .to., and Sol. Proprletonhlp In hi. TaluabU Pattntt, lnclu .It. of hi. celebrated PATENT INSULATED IRON IB AM KB, U th. only on. who can make th. SUPERIOR PIANO VORTCB for which thli bona. ha. been to Podu Ur. U7A11 Infringement, on hi right will be prow. entea aoooraing to law. IEpAU Piano Porte, front thl mannfactory an war ranted psrreot in .yery rerpect for five yean. Liberal terras to dealori. r.V. HOHTB Sc CO., n.r. j1) til H'oo"" St., NEW T0RK. aprllllMSra We B. Bradbury's Piaiw-Forle - Establishment, NO. 427 BROOME STREET. NEW Vrmtr. TTIE mbjcrllrtr refnectfully Invite, the attention of him fr'tmnrt. ami (V. hnkti. .. i, . ... u.. ,uv ruiii' KcuuiMiijr to nifl fUUlo- rorte K.tabll.hment, ui No. 4.7 Brnom. Street. Hftwlntf Vlthllpawn Ma IntMwal ' 1- I . . tlie late firm of ' Lights ix Dradburyi," wlilota firm wa. diuulyed on the 31.t January nit., and having purchaa ed the entire .took of Piano-Porte, and Piano-fort. Ma terial, owned by hia brother, Edward O. Bradbury, In the laid firm, he 1. now prepared to .apply the inor.awd deniHod for hie celebrated Piano Porte. Employing the most ikllllul and experienced Workmen, with a large took of the rt and moat thoroughly .eaioned materi al, and an abundance of Capital, he ha. taken In hand the personal aupervl.lon of th. whol. bn.lneaaa of man ufacturing hi. InitrumenU, and la enabled to turn out Plano-For'e. of unequalled fane and AwraUmtn. liaiDioar'.Nvw Bcaui P(aiioPot. In the arrange ment of oar new Scale, drawn and prepared with the ut- MmI MM awnMaalB m , . . . . . ' r "" lu.uuuenui, we nave added every Improvement which oan In any way tend uu,.rit,uuuui .un riuv.urie, anu we can conn dently aatert, that for delicacy of touch, volume, brll- llin"..nil IWMtnnaiAf Inn. h.i.I.!..j i . l . i : j 7iji. V; w wim uiai.irengui andaolldltyoffram. neceaiary to durability, thae in strument, are unequalled. BTRawoTH ahd BiaoTT " U oar motto, and w. In vlt. the oloaeat orltlci.m of th. beat nnbiaaed Judge. In th. land. Every initnunent warranted for five veara. ii. 57 Br00,ne st- e"- orOroiby, New Xork. moll li oJn MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, NEIL HOUSE, (OPPOSITE THE STATE CAPITOL,) MAECUS CHILDS, Proprietor. T".18 JS'IM1013 AD -"AONIFIOEN'T A EalaWUhm'nt l.one of themoet oompletaln th. We.t,and h.a ju.t been filled with a large and well f WINTER GOODS which will be found to eiool anything ever before offer- ak4 In IKiai ma-bit Tab .Ua A a . wwui. u ia.uuon department 1 em ploy none but the beat Gutter, and Workmen, andill order, will be .peedtly filled, and Wairranied to Fit and be Wall Ittad. MILITARY GENTLEMEN Will find at thl. E.tabll.hment all the neceeiarlet re. quired for a eompletj ontflt, and my facllitlea and price, are inch that I oan defy competition In thl. Ho.. READY HADE CLOTHING AND GENTS FtltNISIIINU GOODS, Will be found In great variety, having the lanreat atsck of thl. kind ever brought to thl. city, all of which I In vite tb. pnblle to call and examine before purchailog HEMEDIHUKt My Store 1. oppoilte tb. Oapltol, In the New Nell Horn. Building, and I. on. of the fine.t Store Room, in th. country. A visit to It will repa any on. for th. trouble. deoltt-dflm MAB0US 0HILDB. GntAT Diicovirt lUseful & Valuable . discovery I . Insoluble Cement ! Applicable to th. u.eful Arti. I. or mora general practical utlllly than any invention now before th. OUbliO. . It hi. hn IkftMnahl. td during th Ui t two jean by prw iuou, uiu pronouucea Djauto a SUPERIOR TO ANY Adhe.lv. Preparation known. A now thing. It. Combination. Hilton's Insoluble Cement fl ft nAW thlna am.1 Ik. ff year, of itudy; it. combination I. on scientific Principle. Anil UflilAt tin lMnnataiNnn na change of temperature, will It be- vuisui or emu any ouen.iv. amell. Boot and Shoo Manufacturer.. BOOT Ar. HTTfYHl ........... w S) M.iua wkuiuIi Will find it the brat article known for Oo- Mannfknliiaaaa n -i U..L1... in uinuuuj mo unanneia, as it work, without delay, la not affected by any change of temperature. Jeweler.. JKWKLER3 Will find it aufflclintly adhesive for their uae, a. ha. been proved. IT IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO LEATHER, And we elAlm .. ftn .ui..l.l ma.U i FamllSe.. that it .ticks Patches and Lining, to Boot, and Shoe, .ufflclently strong without Hitching. IT IS THE ONLY LIQUID CEMENT It I. a liquid. Extant, that if a sura thing for mending FCHNUfJHE, CKOCKEHY, TOYS, BONE, IVORY, And articles of Household uae. REMEMBER HILTON'S INSOLUBLE CEMENT r. in a liquid form and at easily ap plied as past. HILTON'S INSOLUBLE CEMENT Is insoluble in water or oil. HILTON'8 INSOLUBLE CEMENT Adheres to oily substances. Remember. Supplied In Family or Manufactur er.' Package, from 8 ounce, to 100 pounds, Plnli. HILTON BROS. & GO.. ' P30PRIET0RB, " ' PR0VIDEN0E, B. I. June 10, 1803-dly NEW SHOE STORE ' No. 21 East State Street, JACOB TJHT ; (Formerly Cutter fer J. Clark) Offers .very variety of Ladle.', Gents' and Children's Boots and Bhoee, : CUSTOM WORK WIM. BE DONE IN THE-MOST APPROVED MAN ' ner, and at cheap rate., on th. ahorteat nolle. My experlenoe In thla line is long and favorably known. I therefor teUcll th. cuitom of all who nav. known sal for years. EEPAimO KEAXIY AKD PSOHTTIT DO KB maylS-dSm . FOB SALE, A TWO MOBY OWlLUUa BOUSE, ON Al5IHlllMn.. Mtbli OBo OAS BT. 353 RTJBIA MILLS. 355 353 and 855 Wa.ninwton Street, New York vitf. GOVERNMENT COFFEE Pnt up In tin foil Ponnd papers, 4B in box, and in bulk. Our prices rang from 7 to 30 osnts. W pnt np th following kinds) Java, Maracaibo, Eio, and Various Other Brands of Superior Coffees. W. believe onr Coffee to be btttor than any ground Coffee now In use. All orders addreaged to ns, or to our Agents, Meters. Piaoi 4c Yorxo, 183 Chambers street, oorner Washington Street, New York City, will receive prompt attention. The retail trade supplied by first class Jobblog hontes In the various cities. TABER V PLACE. WM. I. Tain. Okas. Placs. mchlff-fUml K . Vt Trm,l B-taa, V.la, fMMl.ha am .nnltull.. AGENCY or TBI TJ. S. "5-20" YEAR LOAN. THESE Bonds bear Blx per Cent. Intoreet, payable in Sold semi-annually. Wa supply them, In all denominations, at Par, Interest commencing to tb. pur chaser upon depositing the money whh ns. The nrlvllera of aubecrlhinff tn thla Loan will n.. July 1, 1B03. Orders should, therefore, be seat In without delay LlVERDIOUEs CLF.W8 & CO., Bankers, nod Agents for U, 8- "5-SO" Loan, 31 Wall Street, New York. Government securities of all deter Intlona foraalaat th. lowest market rates, and orders executed for the purchase and aalc, at th BROKERS BOARD, of all current necuruies, UOIU, 010.(010. mayji-uim . St. Mary's Female Academy. nomerset) ferry Co. onto. THIS Institution, conducted by Sisters of the Order of St. Somlnio. is situated on a beautiful eminence in the vlolnlty of Somerset. The Play Grounds are am ple, and well arranted for recreation. The aitnatlon I. so healthy, that, for yean, there has been no aiokness wnaiever in ine Academy. Thy Institution i. wall Drovlded with oomnetent and experienced Teaohera, who spare no efforts to render the aeaaemy wormy or patronage. The Dkolpllno, though firm and uniform, Is mild and parental. Terms, per annum, $80, t85, $90 and $100, according to the department of the pupil. Extra charges Latin, Muslo, Painting, Waahlng, Bed and Stationery. mcnar-uil M'COU, MILES & M'DOMDS, (SUCCESSORS TO 0E0. At WM. MoDONALD) GHOOBJEl s , No. 124, South Iliah Street. Proprietors of the Columbus Powder Magazine, AOBNTB FOB SALE OP THE MEDBURY WHITE WHEAT PLOUR. Agent, for Sal of Gardner, Phlpps Ac Co.'s Sugar Cured Hams. DEALERS IN CHOICE FAMILY GEOCERIES Of every description, Imported and Domestic Pin Wines. Cordial.. Llauon. Sinn, fill nil.. Sar dines, to. All goods delivered free of charge. AIoOOLM, MILES fc HcDONALDB. maylS-dly. No. 134 South Uigb st. STTNI NO. 1 MBB8 MACKEREL, Pickled Salmon Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut. Homlnv. "Samo." Oran- berrlee, "Dayton Crackers,' Sap Sagoi English Dairy, Nutmeg, Pine Apple and W. B. Cheese; Burnett'. Fla voring Extracts; Canned Green Corn, Green Peat, Pin Apple, die. Por sila by BJCUULU, SULEB (t MCDONALDS, majl5-dly. No. 124 South High st. DISSOLUTION. THE eo-partn.rahlp heretofore existing under th. firm name ot "Geo. t Wm. MoDonald," was this day dissolved by mutual consent, having disposed of our entire interest In the Grocery business to McColm, Miles & McDonalds, who will continue the business at th. old stand, and are duly authorised to settle the business of the old firm. In severing our mercantile connection with the public we would return our warmest thanks for their ions- and generous patronage extended to n. through so many years. Ill health on the pari of our flr. Ueo. McDon ald lnduoed by too close an application to business for more than 39 yean, render, thl. change neoessary. To our old friends we would say that the new firm posatss all th faculties for bu.lnes. enjoyed by us, and will spar no pains to merit their future favor.. UHU. WM. BICUUNALU. Columbus, 0., May 1st, 1863. maylS-dlm FURNITURE MANUFACTORY JACOB FISHER, HAVING PDK chased the entire stock and buslnet. of Messrs. Bhoedlnger t Brown in the furniture Manufactory, No. 162 South High Street, will continue the business at th SAME STAND AS HEEETOFOEE, and solicits th custom of th old patrons of the e.tab- iienmem ana tn pnciio generally.; ah business win be PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO! end furniture manufactured or repaired promptly ao oordlng to order. J. VIHHXn is also engaged In th. holiness of an TJrxclortaltoi, to which he will give special and prompt attention. CHARLES W. BAKER, ENVELOPE MANUFACTURER t9 BEEKItLAR STREET. THI UNDERSIGNED would respectfully Inform by friends, customers, and th trade generally, that he hits again resumed bnslnesaat hla old location. No. 88 BKBdMAN BlRIKr. and that bis entile wtabllahment, which wa. destroyed by fire in August last, has been re built, snd famished with NEW and IMPROVED PAT ENT MAOHIN BAY. for the matvufaoture of every variety Of ENVELOPES. He feela assured thai bi. present facilities will enable him to offer such Inducements to buyer., ai can not tall to be satisfactory. UHAKLE3 W. BAKER, SS Beekman St., New York. mayl0d3mo. - FRENCH'S HOTEL, On the European Flan, CITY OP NEW YORK. Single Rooms Fifty Cents por Day, City Hall Square, corner Frankfort Street, (Oitositi City Hall.) Meals as they maybe ordered tn the spacious refeoto ry. The.. Is a Barber's Shop and Bath Booms attached to th. Hotel. Beware of RUNNERS and HAOKMEN who say we are inn. u. rKKNfJii, proprietor fen. 87, 1863-dly Honry ZS.coUJ.or1 (Late of Phalon1. Eitabllshment, If. Y.,) PBOPRIETOR OP THE NEW YORK A. rasnionabi. a Having, tun cutting, Bhampoonlng Curling and Creasing Saloon, In the Basiement of the Tf ell Ilovute,- unuei inn .iroBKjmoe, - where satisfaction will b given la all th. various branches. Ladles' and Children'. Hair DroMtsg lent la th. best .-. ...... Wtrm and Cold Baths oan be bad at j illHoari. IfHAlPi A. REMARKABLE SPEECH BY SENATOR TRUMBULL. He Declares that People Have the He Declares that People Have the Right to Criticise the Acts of their Public Servants. DENUNCIATION OF UNCONSTITUTIONAL MEASURES. HE ARRAIGNS THE ADMINISTRATION FOR HAVING COMMITTED FATAL BLUNDERS. At the Republican meeting In the Court House Square, in Chicago, on Thursday evening, Jane 4, after speeches by Hon. Wm. Kixlooq and Senator Uoolittle, of Wlecon!o, Hon. Lima Trumbull, United States Senator from Illinole, mm introduced. He was announced amid a per ftot storm of cries for Jinni.-on, the murderer, which had sainted tho ears of previous ppeak erj of the meeting whenever the crowd neared their barricade. The crowd evidently wished to get rid of him, ezpeoticg, from the event of the two previous days, the sentiments which they heard. The speech was a slgnlflsint cne, and, in view of the remarkable change of po'l oy in the Republican party which it foreshad ows, will attraot universal attention. Mr. Trumbull said: It was rather embarrass ing to attempt to speak to an audicr.co wMch Insisted on hearing some one else, bnt solemn convictions of duty compelled him to speak, wnen nnucr oramary circumstanoe be would have remained silent. He did not eome to inflame their passion, al ready too much aroused. Their country was in danger, and he must look the peril in the face. No adjectives be could pilo up, so names be could apply to those who do not agree wttn nim, "caning mem copperheads and trai tore," would assist in arresting this rebellion or in asserting the supremacy ol the Constitution and the laws. He did not desire tn inspire them with a hurrah, but be wished to talk to their jadpmenti and inspire them through appeal to their rta ton. The times, be said, are grave. A majority of the people of our State are taking ground against the Administration and why? In tho name of heaven, why Is this? I will tell you why; I will point out to yoa some of our mis takes that they may beoorrected in the future The reason is we have not adhered to David Crockett's motto, "Bo sure you are right and then go ahead." A voice "We are always right." I have lived loug enough to know that I am not infallible, perhaps you are; I have some reaped for the opinion of other?. One ot our mistakes is that we have allowed our opponents to make false issutg. But this is not the worst. The great change, the change that has damaged the Administration above all others, is tbat we are in favor of the exercise of arbitrary power, that we are opposed to the freedom of speech and opinion, in favor of cur tailing personal liberty, and in favor of a des potism. Now we should not allow these things. We have been the advocates of Iree speech for the last forty years, and should not allow the party which during that whole time has advocated the a;ng to usurp our place. we are ngnting tor the restoration of the Union and the preservation of the Constitution, and all tbe liberties it guarantees to every citi zen. Anaitmakei me feci bad when I hear some honett friend, brimmiog full of patriotism, say he does not care for tbe Constitution and does not want to have it forced into his wAy, or inrust inio mi lace until the war is over. Tbe rebels cannot thrust it into his face, for they have no fights nnder it save the rigbt to be tried and hung for treason. Applause 1 In certain diatriots tho military law is su preme. uen. brant is In command of tbe army in the State of Mississippi, which is in revolt. Will any one deny his right to make arrests, bis right to suppress newscaaers. and to levnl fire, like those around yoa to-nisht. to cot a range for his guns No. And yet these are all arbitrary power. But these exerolses of it are not the troublesome cases. The great diffi culty is in these districts, where risbtfnl civil government is In operation, the judicial tribu nals are open, and tbe laws respected tbe laws wnion aujra a remeay lor every wrong. As a rule, we mast remember that the civil law la superior to tbe military law, and the case very rare, where the rule can be reversed. It here resolves Itself into the cla n, naked nnpminn of whether the President and his Generals, by the simple clicking of a telegraph instrument, oai cause the Imprisonment of A, B, or C. If one General can do it another can do it, and where is the end? Who will fix the limit? Great sensation and murmurs Do jou propose to interfere with the hillnt- box? Cries of "No !" "No !" "Never !" Never !" from all parts of the meetino 1 I am glad to hear yoa fay that and slad ta sue yon so unanimous. Did it ever occur to you that tne next election may pnt an entirely dif ferent face npon affairs 1 The next eleotion may bring great and deplorable changes, wben Vallandigbam and men of his olass may deter mine who are to be arrested. Cries ol "No ! that can never be," from all part of the crowd. Well, gentlemen, there is no use in closing your eyes to the facts which exlat around yoa on every side, and 1 told yoa I oame here te ad dress yoar reason and not yonr passions, and In view oi inn ugnt i ask yoa wbo are holno elected Governors ot loyal Slates Who enmnnaA a majority ot the Legislature of the lo.lsut of Illinois, and who was recently elected Mayor of her principal and most loyal oity, and in view oi iubbo iaow wnai may tne lutnre hare in store? "Jennison," "music," "we don't want to hear you," "Yon aen't a telogram to tbe President." I know I am distasteful, but am 1 not truthtui? I would olaim your reason di. vested of passion. Tbe same obaiica you hold to the lips ot your adversaries to-day, tn-inor-row may be returned to your llpr. Would yon like to drink of it? Close our eyes as we may, there is no safety for ns, no safety for you and I and every American citizen, now and in tbe future, but in an unvarying adherenoe to the oonalitntional landmarks of our fathers. Farth er and louder cries of "Jennison," ana much dissatisfaction. Yoa are wrong it is your ereatest and . est mistake In allowing yonr adversaries to place yoa in the position of being opposed to the Constitution. Cries of "Jennison." and Give na somebody else."! I sea that I am distasteful, bnt I cannot help it and will not de tain jou long. Wbo is there among you who does not believe In strictly adhering to the Constitution in these timet and extending to every oitixenof the loy. al Slates its guarantees? Or, in other words, who among yoa is ready to substitute the will and opinion of one man, who may be another Vallandigham, in place of the Constltntion as the supreme law of the land? Cries ot "We aon-t want any more ot tnat."j Well, hear me through, for 1 wiil not be lone, and the Ques tions before yoa are of much importance and yon should listen patiently, and not only that, aeoiae aispassiooateiy ; The Institution la broad. It grants all powers neoessary, even for the suppression oi treason in the North. rAnplanse.l Yes. sen. tlemen, It is Just as legal and binding noon the General in the field, aud the olril officers of the nation, as it Is npon the humblest oltisen In the land. Has it eome to this, that von will den in the free city of Chloago the right of a citizen to disouss the aota of the President Cries of we won't anow it," ana "none bnt copper heads do tbat, and we will stop them," Is there a man in this audience wbo baa not ex pressed to-day bla dissatisfaction with some aot of the President? . Crlee of "Yes," "Yes." "We bave none of ns expressed any dissatis faction." Ah, do all of yon, then, think the President's revocation of General Baroslde't order, suppressing the Chlotgo Timet was right? Cries of "No!" "No!" "It was wrong!" "He ought to bave enforced tbe or der!" Then yoa all deserve to be taken in band by the military power and cnt beyond the lines. Yoa will be muoh stronger with tbe law on your side. Show tbat Mr. Storey hat coun seled resistance to tbe draft or encouraged de sertion) these are penitentiary offenses. Then arrest him and take him before tbe courts. Where would you get your mob to rescue him? Why, there would not bo a corporal's goaid in the city that wiuld go tnto H. Try him In the courts. A voice" No, this wonld lake too much time; it would take two years." Too much time! Ciiunot yoa wait fur tbe execution of tbe law? It wonld not take two months. Dj you know what the law art? I will real some of them. He then read from a law of the Into Cougrers furbldding correspondence with the rebels aud affording them aid aud comfort. A uinle voice on tbe Bland" That's just what Wilbur r', Storey does every day." Then go, be eaid ynu are a citizen, aud make couipla nt to tho Giaud Jury yourself. It is your duty. Union Leagues. It is very singular tbat well educated Ameri cans, men wbo have lone been eood citizens. acd buetuiccd honorable relations to society, ana, aoove an the rest, bave been educated in the lovo of sound cons'ltntional liberty, should now resort to tne ceoret society system of r raoce to sustain the fortunes of a falling party. Bat such is the case. Secret societies have many times deluded Pars with blood will thev not do tbs same thing in the United States if they are continued as beguu? We copy tbe preamble of the conttitntlon of a Union League in the largest town jnst out of the city of Buston, to show tbe pnblle the basis upon whxh these cartisan orcraniattloni ant: " We, tbe undersigned, believing it to be tbe du;y of all good citizens, do hereby pledge our selves to an unqualified loyalty to the Conetitu t:oa of the United S.atej. an untsanerino- -. port of the Federal Government in whatever ef forts it may put forth for tbe Barjoreasion of th rehellioa now threatening to destroy the nation. We heartily unite in declaring that we will dis countenance all parties and persons, who pub licly or privately aid and enooursge, or sympa thize with tbe enemies of the country, and tbat we may more effectually accomplish our purpose, do hereby constitute ourselves an aasnniattnn by subscribing our namet to tbe following," etc. Now, what do these gentlemen mean by "unqualified loyally?" They mean nothing more nor less than an obeuiouoe to the Consti tution as they interpret it. They will not sub mit to the Interpretation of It by their neigh bors of an opposite politioal complexion; nor by tho Supreme Court of tbe United Slates. They also oall fcr an "unwavering tupport of the Fed eral Government." What do they mean by this? Simply that all their neighbors, and all tbe peo plo shall support all tbe measures ot the Fed eral Administration in "whatever effort'" it may put forth, eto. This, interpreted bv the llcht of fuctd, me ins that all their neighbors shall sns- ittiu pnDiiciy ana privately all arbitrary arrests, all decapitatlou of Generals on partisan grounds, all til la at, and overturniugs of, the Constitu tion, all suspensions of newspapers, and as sumptions of tbe powers of martial law without authority. But suppose their neighbors and friends don't support all these things, what is the conse quence? Tbey are all to be "discountenanced ." What ia more, to make this "discountenanced" tbe more terrible; they organize themselves in to a "league." To make themselves strong they combine. We have never seen occasion to fear tbe logic of any one of theee "loyal" men, ana our experience has been the more men of this olass the leas logio. . We are sor ry to be "tZitcountenoncfti," both poblioly, and privately, on account of honestly entertained political sentiments, bnt most take the risk. Seriously, this will not do. Gentlemen, mem bers of tbis;Leagne, have qualms of consoience as to the work tbey bave committed themselves ta. They do not really wish to Inaugurate a reign of terror; bnt tbey are traveling in that direction. They bave but one purpose, and tbat is to keep the Adminiatration in radical bands. out tbe rod ot power will soon dibs awav irom them forever; all they hold at present is held by mortmain. They should not now, in their last moments, commence playing with edge tools, for they sometimes cut one way as well as another. If tbey wish to reUin the Federal power, let them "discountenance" secret socle- ties, reform their aots in administration, and come to tbe polls with clean bands, otherwise Boston Post. Politics at Kenyon College. We are very muoh afraid that Kenyon't glory is departing. Party politics, which are all right in their place, we are torry to say, have found their wty within tbe sacred walla of "Old Kenyon." This is the result of "Union Leagueism," a Jacobinloal Abolition Institu tion, that Is powerful only for mischief. To show bow politics rule the hour at Kenyon, it Is only necessary to mention a lew facts; On the day of the great Democratio meeting, on the 1st of May, the Demooratio students peti tioned for leave of absence to come in and hear tbe speeches; which was peremptorily refused a member of the faoulty stating that under no ciroumstanoes wonld permission be granted to tbe students to attend a politioal meeiinc Bat wben tbe Abolition or bogas Union meeting assembled, on tbe 29in of May, ieetx of abtmce teas granted to the entire College for that day, wttn orders to tne students to report tnemselves at 7 o'clock in tbe evening. The Rtpnblioan students oame to town aua staid until late at nigbt, without receiving the slightest rebuke; bnt the Democratic ttudents, who prefer.su spending tbe day quietly at tbe Millwood "Caves," and returned a little later than the hour designated, were severely reprimanded. Tbia looka very muoh like political nniudi- ces held sway at Kenyon College. We are sor ry for It. ' Since we have been a citizen ot tbia oonuly, as all our readers are aware, we have taken a warm interest in the welfare of this institution, and have spent much time and money In making visits to "the Hill," tor tbe purpose o' promoting the prosperity of the Col lego. Unlees a better spirit prevails hereafter afraid Mt. Vernon Banner. NEIL HOUSE. Opened tSefct- 10th, 1862. ' IMMIDIATI AT Opposite Capitol Building. High Street; Columbus, Ohiol la Now Ready for the Reoeption of .KJ-ueBVOa. WALSTEIN FAILING. Pioriinos, JOS. f. OULBBRTBON, AssisTAjrf . Mptl8'08-dtf COAL OIL! COAL OIL! 17OR SAMS AT REFISEBr PRICES a." Pf ' th barrel. W. H. BBSTIf AUXI 108 South Hifh Street. fanttlt TELEGRAPHIC. Morning and Noon Dispatches. FROM WASHINGTON. The Rebel Works at Stronger than those at Sevastopol —Brilliant Reconnoissances—Matters at Fredericksburg, etc. New York, June 10. A epeolal to the Tri bune from Washington lays: Gen. Brooks has been assigned to command of the Department of Monongahela, consisting of that portion of Pennsylvania wbloh lies west of Liurel Ridge, with the eatra ooantles of Obio and tbe northern counties of Virginia. Recent Bern) official telegrams from the rear of Viokaburg state rebel deserters and prisoners named yetterriay as the last diy to which it was possible for the rebels la that plaoe to bold out. Tbe statement nmio in private lctera that the worse defending Vicksburg are muoh stronger than those at Sevastopol, is not mere guoes work. Admiral Por.tr, who was iu tho Crimea while tbe aiege was In pogrecs, deolarei this to be so. ChapUiu S ige, 4cb Michigan, was fired npsn and twice wounded by guerrillas ncr Deep run on tae Warrenton road, day before yester day, but sueoeeded In making his ejoipe wita a Wuund tarough tbt Mta snd In the back, which are considered dangerous. Several more of our men bave been fired upon near Djep run by some of Mjiby'smeu. A portion of Got. Stahl's cavalry, under Major Brewer, lot Michigan, sent out to make a rccoDOolmmce toward Blue Ridge, returned safely to Winchester yesterday. Tbey were through New Baltimore aud Front Royal, where they encountered three hundred rebel cavalry, whom (hey drove off. At Bart in's tbey metooe hundred And fifty rebels, whom they changed and routed. We haJ only two men wounded. Capt. Hausuu, 21 Pennsylvania, returned yesterday from a reconnoieeance to Upperville in connection with a party nnder Major Brewer. They d d aot encounter any foroe ot the ecemy. At Aldle they learned Mosby was expected there wUh two hundred men and three pieces of artillery. They re'.urned with abont fifty pris oners end a ncmber of horses. Among the prisoners was Minor Thompson, a rebel spy, and a guard wbomhe attempted to bribe. A Richmond paper ot tbe Cib reports all quiet at Vicksburg, and gives a Mobile telegram of tbe 4th, that we have been repulsed at Port Hudson with the loss of an arm to Gen. Binks. Our ioss In the late Vicksburg fights it gives at forty thousand; Confederate loss fonr thousaod. A special to tbe Herald sayi : It had been determined to accede to the request of Admiral Farragut to be relieved from his present com mand. Admiral Dhlgren, it is understood, will tike his plaoe as toon as the Vicksburg matter la settled. It is stated, also, tbat neither Ad miral Dahlgren nor Admiral Foote, al hough aetigned to active aoa service, Is to abandon his position as head ol the buf.au In the Navy De partment. No change In rotation to our position on the left at Fredericksburg. Twenty-eight pieces ot artillery are visible in tho rebel batteries oppo site onr left, some of tbem 20 pound Parrot. A deserter who came 'over yesterday states the rebels bave two grand divisions iu front of our divBion of tae 6ib corps, which has crossed tbe river. Tbe rebels appear to be in full force iu and about Fredericksburg. Illinois Legislature Prorogued by the Governor. Nr.w York, June 11. A special to the World . from Springfield, 111., 10th, says the Governor has issued a proclamation prorogueing the Leg--islature until 1865. The Republicans left tbe Hall, breaking the quorum. The Democrats tried to continue tbe session, bnt finding them selves rjowerlasit. AntrrArl a ttnr.,ar. ntmn - records, arraigning tbe Governor for hie nsnr- pttuuu buu uui-uusiiiuiionai acts, ana intor mally left their seats, not recoenizine adjourn ment. the Governor. Kimball's Expedition up the Yazoo— From Vicksburg. Chicaoi, June 10. A speolal from Memphis of June 8ih says: The steamer Luminary ar rived from Young's Point, 8 P.M., Friday, brings tbe following: Gen. Kimball, with a force of three thousand men, sent np Yazoo river to Sataria, thirty miles below Yszio City, ' arrived there on the 4th, and learning the rebel foroe nnder Gen. Mentzel had not arrived, be marched Immediately to meet him. At 10 A. M. Tharsday, be came np with the pickets of the enemy, and a brisk fight enBued, lasting thirty minutes. Tbe enemy gave way in total rout. Onr loss was one killed and seventeen wounded. We captured one hundred prisoners. Their loss In killed and wonnded was consider able. The rebel forces were two thousand strong. . There was no perceptible change before the enemy 'a works at Vioksburg. Gen. Johnston is still reported at Big Black, endeavoring to cro?s below the bridge with an army ot twenty Ibonsand men. Gen. Oaterhaas is watohicg his movements with sufficient foroe to check mate any demonstration he might make. A rumor was in circulation that Pemberton ' requested Grant to permit women and child ren to pass through his lines, Over three ban dred head of cattle and mnlea had been turned loose on aocountof the scarcity ol forage Inside. Rumors of a Disaster at Vicksburg, and Repulse of Banks. - Nrw Yoik, June 11. There are rumors afloat of a disaster at Vicksburg. 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