the Hon. Col Vallandigham.
Great excitement existed at Dayton, Ohio, on the 5th, in regard to the arrest of Hon. Clement Vallandigham, by order of General Burnside.
A despatch from Cincinnati says:
At dark a crowd of from 500 to 600 procethe Empire office, and also taken possession of two wagon loads of muskets, stored in the Light Guards' armory.
Mr. Vallandigham was brought before the Court-Martial to-day for trial.
He refused to plead to the charges which were read to him. Tded with the evidence, the publication of which is not allowed.
The charges were based on his Mount Vernon speech.
Mr. Vallandigham is at the Burnett House to-night, under a strong guard.
Dayton and Montgomery county are placed under martial law. Dorn's death, and the cause, are published in the Yankee papers.
The decision of the Court-Martial in the case of Vallandigham has been submitted to Gen. Burnside, but no decision rendered as yet.
Lincoln has issued a proclamation, dated th