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Y U H CI A ' . i x&i-xrs-JL-1 XnclGiDeii.cierLt in ctll.-tTHngs. Si so in 1 uft,a-vo.r.co. rlkJti. jl x a. u ji id jura, vv juiuuii-ju ji. jl juj-jljju hji jlii.xi.jx iuio .-u i ... .1 . : , . .... ' ' ' . . , . . v : ,1. ".i . ..-Hi v ; , . 4 ;: ,! --i . . . XIII, NO. 27. ASHTABUA; 0., SATURDAY MOBNING. JULY 18,' 1803.- : :.".-.'.. WnOLE NUMBER 708. J' TERltl Of tTBtCRlPTIOW. we DeUera per aatum. lift rtrtrtly l advance 1,M. ADVERTISISO- ajimmtHk I maonearvrtbreeweeka 1 00 One nm eta " ONHUIftMPU' vl 00 Twe aquaree three mo, t t So twe equaree mi mo. . . uv tw aquere ana tea S 00 four aquarea one year 1 00 . half column one jaw St 00 aelneaa Card! r ow U llnee-per year ISO Twelve line's or lea or thU ttn latter make a equar. Mvearjr Notice of more than Bve Ilnea, anleea of genera ' wtereet, will InierteS at tha mm rata M above. t J .1 . pR1HTjf0. ,,Jtry fleeorlpUoa attended to a Mil, la the meet tairtefn manner. a BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physicians. DRl' Wi "Vt. EAMES.ThysIcUrl shir Surpeon flat Surgeon Slat Bg. O. V.) Olflo and Realdenee on Prk Atraat.oppotita Gwg HUl'o Hano aod Malodeon Pajot aahtabala, Ohio. t 6B O. P. M'DONALD. Phrnictiin and Snrpeon twatiHl onpnolto John atanaSald'a ClaUilDj Store, M.le traat, Anhtalwla, O. B '0;W.? FOSTER, Eclectio Physician and Sur- "tiR. M. KINOSLKY. Ifomoepatbiat, Kinps- i. Oi'-HTtn had aeraral jrmr'a tparlaneet ha feel matf""1'"t " ifliaHtfrnn to all who nnyfarne iWiwtli mll. Ratercncwi Homoopathtf madleal Faculty mwhmit Rm.noo. NoM, rhiiidw.K.Tr.; O.E. NoWa, wpajB Tan, N. Y. H- B-.Da.ta, Fond da !e, WU. M7 Attorneys. nTILDER FITCIl, Attorncya at Law.Fisk'g i. JJIoc.lt. Axhta'rola. Ohio. "JIOBAOB WIT.DBR.. . 7,aur 1, 1M. SDWARD 0. FITCn. STIKRMAiV & FARMER. Attorneys and . tjf vanoaUnr at tw, AahUtrala, Ahatahnla CountT. Ohio. .'.XlaAa S.Bmamn. , Jo Q. FaanaR,. Jt, R. COOK. Attorney and Counsellor at Law o.aad Jaattnt oT tha Pnea, Mala Rtraat. om Morrtton'i Aahtahala, -- - ' ' " " ' TFKOT)OTF, fTATJi, Attftrnr-y at law, Offiw Z tth ftaiiry Tawitt, Wain fft. AnhtabiiU, Ohio. t)70 VTi ARLES BOOTFT, Attorney arid; Conn- wllor at Uy. Achilla, to... , W-?R. CTTAPM AN, Attorney at Lawr "JHtle ofthaP. f!"iomllonrof for Vlcblpin kkd In. im thru donrn at of tha Tremont lloaaa uCoBuaaDr, 0. Hotels. ASHTABULA HOUSE R. WurmiiiBton ,Pmpiiior. Oniolbaaaa run regularly from tUla houna to i4 truui avar train, and a liua uf rUgaa itaraa iu door JaSaraou aad atkar iutarior ioidU. 07 b'Xili HOUSE Ashtabula, O. li. F Coi.- Mt, Propriator. An Unnibua running to and from ararj train af aara. - Ahu, good llraryatabla kapt Id connection with tola honaa,tocoDToypaaaDgarBto aoy point. 69 AMKRIOAN 'HanVmotj. Ohio. HOUSE John Thompson Htt:AMERioAN HOUriK, at the Depot .. kaa Jnat been put in order, and being eonvrntrntljr an Elaamaily aituated, with good accomniodationt for man and aat, U a good atopping place for travclera, or thoae from the Interior having tannin to be cared for while during a . temporary absence by the Railroad. 8. MOW'KY, Proprie ,' tor. Aantabuia, July, 1800. M Merchants. HASKELL & BON. Dealers in Dry Goods . Oroeeriea, Prorlalone, and Beady Made CloUilug. Al, Dealrralaall kioda or White Wood, Aau, Oak, nickory Lumber, and Flour Barrel Hoopa, Main atreet, Aahtabolv J. W. UAaacix. Old D W UaaKnx, STEPHEN -El ALL Dealer in Dry Goods Oroeeriea, Hate and Capa , Laata and Shoe tndlngi, and gen eral Mereuandiie, a door onth of the Bank. . M A. HENDRY, Dealer in Drugs, Medicines., fi..ni..u Paint. Oila. VirnUhea. Brnahea. Dra Stnffe. to. Choice Family Oroeeriea. Including Teaa, Coffeea, e. Pa taot atadeiba. Pure Wiaeaand Liquora tor Medicinal pnr paaee. Phyaiclan preecripUonacarerully ana promptly ev taded lo. ' - . tld I YLER & COLLINS; Dealers in Dry Good a.... nniin. Raota and Shnea. Hatj.Catn.tc.. Hr. 4ndooiiKnrth of Fink llouae. Aahtabula, O. 416 H.t L: MORRISON. Dealer in Dry Goods , OnMprtee, Boota and Shoea, Tlata and rtpa, Urdwnr - Crockery, Booka. Palate, Olla. Aahtabifla, O. 41t GEORGE WILLARD, Dealer in Dry Goods Oroeeriea, Hate, Capa, Boota and Shoea, Crockery,-dataware, manufacturer of ready-made Clothing. Alao, whola ' aateandrataildealerlnHardware.Saddlery.Naila, Iron Steel, Drnge and Medlelnea, Palnta, Olla, Dreetuffa, tc, Ualu aaraxt.'AahUbala.. - WELLS Sc. FAULKNER, Wholesale- and Retail Dealara In Wee tern Reaerre Butter and Cbeeae, Pried Fruit and Floor, AahUbaula, Ohio. Ordera raapeot njr olielted.and filled at the Loweatcaaheoat. .470 JOv WRIGHT, Dealer to Millinery Goods , Worked Collara and 81earea, and Fancy Oooda. Next door b the Flak Houea 470 Watches, Jewelry, &c. O.": DICKINSON, Jeweler. Repairing of all Ubde of Watehee, Clocka, and Jewelry. BhOB.oppalte the Flak Bona. Aahtabula, O. . , , . W; PUiVGnE3. Dealer in Clock. Watches Jewelry, aod Silrer 4poena. Clneka, Watehea and Jewelry ' repaired. Aahtabula, O. Four doora north of tiie ot- Clothing. MANSFIELD A BRUCE, Wholesale reUil dealer la Ready Made Clothing, Furniihing Oooda, Hata, Capa, aw. Aahtabula. ? L. WOLFF A CO; Dealer In Ready-made Clothiacaad Ueat't Funilihlni iooU. Aahtabula, 0. M4 Manufacturers. . r CT RUS AVERY, Mannraclnrer orTin. Sheet . Ire V, and Copper Ware, and dealer la Btorea. Alao, Agent for Whitner-a celebrated Clothee Wringer. At the Uld Ua " aaa r, aaat aide Mnia atreet. three door aouth of the Bank, Aehtabula, Ohio. 6WI GEORGE WILLARD, Manufacturer or Sash, Bllnde aad Doora, on hand and made to order. Alao, Plan 1st, Matching, etc, done to order In the beat poaaible man ner, Aahtaeuia, v. fro RANSOM ' & COBB, Wanufuctarers end Dealeraia Plaaed I.nmker, Window' Been, Blinda, Door Moulding, Faaoa Pieketa, Packing Boe, c ce. Fac tory and Lamlr Yard, comer Columbua and Centre Rta. GEORGE C. HUBBARD, Dealer in Hard- ' ware. Iron, ftioal aad Naila. Stovaa. Tin Plata. Rheet Iron. Copper and Zine, and manufacturer of Tin, Sheet Iron and Coooar Waaa. riak'a BLoak, Aahubula, Ohio. 470 T MGTJWfl. Mavnuractorer of Tin, Copper and Sheet (roa Ware, KtricvatUnkon paid to making.aatt iug up and repairing Stovaa, Btova-Pipa, Pumpa and Lead ' ite,IveTroagba,Cnductora,ets. Old Iron, Raga, Copper, iead, etc., etc., taken In Euhamre. Alao Sole Agent lot Abe "BriUimmi OmA Stems," with the lataat Improvemaata S doera Soath of the FUk Hoaae Aahtabula, O. -, , 48 j i.iiji i in. I i - -i I.' I fi. C. CULLEY, Manufaeturer of Lath, Siding ,CbeaaalbWea fco. PuLuiaf- and-Match rng and Bcrowl Rawing doiMMilwilterteataetiae. Shop Uouth aide ot the "iwHiLnvwinw,Hn.iwii,vinai . i hi . I i . - ,i . i j J. B' CROBYV Iroo Fonndor. and mauo faatare A Uaalai ta Plow, Plw Caatlugd, Min Caat lnry, To-t4eacrtpUoaj of Foundry Werkdoaetoorder abatabula Ohio. W. W. SMI J H, -MavoBfueturera 0f Sole Upper and Haraeae Leather; and Dealara In French Calf,BA-UuiBg&kt. Caah paid for Hide aad Rkiaa. W. WMhnrn, ; 643" , W. W; OaauaLa. r n i ii i I ...... j: .. .,, GEORGE HALL, Dealer in Piano Korte,J,d MelodeonaV Ptano Stool, Cotara, laatruatloa Boeaa, ate, iMpc o Park ttuet, Aahtabula. aaa eaeartieeaient. 4J Furniture. DUCRO 4 UBOTHEItSlManifaciurersof t Dealara in Fnralture of ha beat deaortpUona, and every va riety Alee general Undertake", aud maDafaeturenorCof. Sua to ordvi Maia atreet, Merta aWnta PuuHe Square aahubula. dwl UN US SAY AGE. Furniture Dealer and Mao- aavitaiar, etaaai eatakUebMat, North Maia atreet, aaar the aavw-eTDr: Farrlsgtea. Aak tabula, 0. ... - U. ' 1 1 1 ' Livery Stables H. J. CULVER, baa remevwd to the Fisk Hoeae HteMea, whrre he effera to the ettlaana of Aahta . bale thee el the beat equipped Livery Stable In Are tabula Ceuaty, at price that taif hut Juat above tb llf tsj aUBdaa. CJ at. Utt M00. SIMEON KEITH, Kinfrefille. O , Doaler In Ortieerlee, Cigar., Yankee NoUona, and Pedlera" Ooodi generally. . LUCE & STRONG, Grower and Dealers InPeachea, Htrewbarrlea, and other .mail Fro It. Alao, Manirfcotarera and Do lera in all kind, of Canned Fruita, Apple Batter, Jelliea, aw Aahtabula, Ohio. Livery Stables Books. M. G. DICK, Bookseller, Stationer and New Dealer. Alan, Dealer In Rboet-Mn-lo, Toja. and lleneral Variety Oooda, Main utieet, Aaktabu la, hio, 407 Miscellaneous. O. H. FITCn, Lire, Firo and Mofine Innnr- a ance, and Real K.ttte Agency, Flak Block, Aib... ula, O. Febr ary, 10, 1863. J. H. WOODMAN', Licensed Anctionter Aehtabula, Ohio. ' Riraa to Mfmrt Weill a Faulkner, Hemy Faeaett, Col lotor, and A.r.llnbban1, Eaq.. Carhler. . . 14 SII PLANK. lOO.OOO feet : White Aah Plank, feom i to 4 Inchel thick, for which caab will be paid by - HKHHK'K ft BKO. TIME TABLE OF THE CLEVELAND & ERIE RAIL ROAD. . ParaengerTralnawlllrtiBat follows! ooiwa what. t. r.z r. . 1.4) 12.17 12.11 lies 11 4 11.20 11.04 VS6 A. H. Train, do not ttop at Statlona where the tlra i la omitted 1 a the above tablea. ' All through Train, going W.twnrd, connect at Cleveland, with Train, for Toledo, Chicago, Columlvit C. a ciiniof i, In dimnopoti$f dc. t And all thronghTraln.gnlngEa.tward,cnnnectat Dnnklrk with the Train, of N, Y.kF.. R. K andat BnfT.lo, with thoae of N. Y. Central, and Buffalo & N. Y. City R.illi jad, fur tit rert. Albm. ttituom, Autara (, ec., ee. Day EinreM Eaat and Wrat. connect, at Olrard with Train, on tha Erie a PltUettrgh Road.fnr l.lnetville, Meadtllle, Jamestown, sc. Pa. II. NOTTINGHAM, Sup't. 0tariU4.Ni., April 18. 18M. , , . . , .. . cin ii r k.v. x efiTio. N F.Acuj t ti r n. a. m. r. u. r. v. a. h. U. m p. v. 44X110 00 4.20 0.45 Cleveland, 4.ir,'.H 4 . f,.', 11.04 6.37 1047 Paine.rill 1.47 8.4.1 8.C2 4.S7 0.0;. tladi.en, h.ln e.ll Dnlonnlle, . 8. OS 111.38 O.W ' Urnora, I 7. St) 8.81 ' Sarbrook, 7.47 .41 12.01 6.44 1140 A.htaonla, 2.2 7.84 2.60 8.m KingaTlllc, 7.21 12.SB 7.17 Conaeaut, 7.OT 1.24 7.00 1.3 8.26 1.0.1 Erie. 1.16 6.61 1.23 r. u. v u. i 4 a. . ' . a. u a. u. r. u. 'I'o Discharged Soldier3, . Wounded or Disabled in tha Service. YOU if i-ntiilt'd liy it late Aet of Con. grew March 3d, 1803 to the Bounty provided by Art of Conrreeaof July 22, lb6I. Have Our Claim, forwarded at once, in older to get early return.. The undersigned, an thoiited Pea-i.m Airenl, will tianeact your bu.ineMi at the JtensrtH.onta without charge, unlet, the cl.lm. are allowed. When allowed and uroceeda received, $6 N'o need of your going ta Cleveland fur agenta when you can have your buel neaa den aa well, and at iesa eapeuae, nearer home. 8TEPI1SN RAM.. Aahtabula, March 10, 1863 . CM Clothinir' ! Clothing! rpIIE LA KG EST STOCK EVER X brought Into till market, conrlaliog of . Reody-Made Clothing ; Furnishing Goods; Rub ber and Oil Clolb Clothing j Gloves and Hosie ry ; Shirts and Drawers j Collars and Tics ; Huts aad Cups ; Umbiellus ; ' Trunks ; Carpet and Enameled Dugs ; In ahorl, every variety of Spring and Summer Oooda for Men and Boj's Wear, : on the moat liberal tenna for Caah. We would call apecial attention ta Our very extensive assortment of Cloths, and the Faeilitlea' we have for Making to Order, 1 Garments of the Best Style, a at Short Notice, Our atock of Ready Hade Clothing, Hat. and Capa, will be way full, aud of the beat qualitiea of Eaatern ilauufauture. Such are our arrai.graente for having, that we are confident we can aell Good, in our line, cheaper than can be bought alaewhere. Piee call and examine for yourrelve.. Aahtabula, April 4, 13. 040 M ANS IKLU as blll7UK. Crockery, A FULL assnrtment ofhoth Common and White. 8tona China of the popular Huron Pattern. which wiu tieaoia low :or can, at , atuKiiiao.-N n. Sinclair's "Harness Store,. , , ; Main Street, Aahtabnia. J. n. SINCLAIR late W-; Red- HEAD would Inform the public, that be ia now Located Opposite the Fisk House, whar bta be Invitea patroua to call and ace lila itock , 82S 9,999 25 CENT PackoRes of Sin tionery. containing 'one quire paper, one ack anvelopea and 6 puna. Good Quality at . M. O. PICK'S.' [From the Cincinnati Commercial.] Where are the Copperheads? Go look upon the baltld-fleld, Where shot and shell fly fust, Where freedo'iia sterling buttle-cry Is beard upon the blast; ' Go where the lifted sabres flash, Aod fall on traitors crests j . Where soutberu bayooetu are dim - With blood from Northern breasts; Go search amid the loyal ruuks . Among the glorious dead Among them till you will oot Gud ' . A siugle Copperhead I ' . Go, search the gunboat's bloody deck, When the conflict dread is done, Tbe truitor's bauuer in the dust, Aud silenced every gun; " . : While o'r the bard-won rampart floats -Our flag; yet, oh I what paio 'Neotb that dear flag, since morning light, How many have been slain? Amopg tba berocs of tbe fight, The liviug aud tbe deud Go, search among tbem there U not A aingle Copperhead I . Go, search tbe crowded hospital, Where ghastly wounds are seen, Which tell throngs whut struggle fierce Those noble men have beeu; ; But look opou tbeir fuoes, lol . Tbey smile through all tbeir pain; Tbe scurs tbey bear were nobly woo' , . Tbeir honor bus do Uio. - Soft hands are iniuist'riog; kind words Are beard arouud eaou bed; Borne soothe, tome suffer ull ars true , There is oo Copperhead I . .. Go, where the looks can scarce conceal Tba treason of tba heart, And where the toogue would williogty Deleud tbe traitor's pari: Where Seymour, Wood and Yoorbes are JJeomoa patriotic iiieu; Go where they wish Vallandlgbam Were salely OavK agaio; : Go where detertioo is do erime, Where loyalty ia dead, ' -Where sad disaster gives no pain There is tbe Copperhead! ; Go where foul scorn is beeped upon - " Our noble boys, who go To sued. 4 wall of fire, betwrco , Us aod our traitor toe; Go where bold Grant's revilers are, ( Where Burnaido 1 defamed; . Where Bauka and Butler noble oames-w . Id sooro alooo ar Datnad. J, Go where true patriotio pride, " Honor, and truth, are dead ' ' ' i Where oar success brlDgs but despair,' . I'bsTt is tbe Copperhead I - From the New York Independent. The Sunlight of Victory. BY HORACE GREELEY. At last the lone hoars of trial and suf fering wear away the thick clouds of ad versity nuci disaster ascend and vanish---the patient fortitude, that would not be vasquished bears its fruit the faded and battle-rent banners of tbo great Army of the i'otoaiac . glenni .with tbo unwonted light of victory. No longer can the IVortb be reproached with countervailing, by the defeat of her armies, all tho triumphs gal lantly won in tbe West aod in the South no longer con it be said with plausibility, that every new tffjrt of tho Arm of the Potomac is sure to culminate in some fresh calamity That army, commanded by a General who inspires 'a in! deserves Its con fidence, has met the mightiest host erer embodied by the rebels Veterans all, and led by their ablest general ft. host which nutt been trnincd by successes almost nn broken to regard battlo and victory as In its case Synonymous tcrm And has crush ed it in n three days' struggle, in Which its utmost strength was put forth with reck less vulor wielded by' slgnul ability. . It was not outnumbered it was not canght at disadvantage and cut tip in detail it was in equal conflict, oil ground of its own choosing, by that same Army of the Poto-m-jc which' it boasts of hnvinir so often vanquished and toistcd in fair fight, be yond a doubt or pcradventuro. - It left the well-fought held piled with its dend and wounded, nuiDljeiine: a full fourth of tbe flushed and confident legions it bronght in1 to the conflict, and the Fourth of July dawned upon the flying . wreck of its btrengtb, its courage, aud its audacious pride, ; Jn. all. bumau probability, 4 tbe struggle at. Gettysburg has crushed 'the Rebellion and saved (he Rupublio, ! 1 In the contemplation of worldly- pru dence, that struggle sho'iltl have been post poned, if not avoided, 011 our side. i'A g. teu cummandur of a ofl beaten army, which, a was widely and confuleutly pro cluiuieil, was utterly dcmoraliZ'-d by its ie versus, Ui.-gnsled by the frequent changes of its leaders and would only light Under MiClellan, if ut all, should it wus reason ably suggested have Waited to be heavily reiuforctd from the Pdiiinsula, from tbo de fciitlcrs of Washington, from the rupidlv gathering Militia tf .-Pennsylvania and bcr sympathizing Eusicru hisn-rs, before tempt ing the perilous -ordeal ol buttle. It-is npiotioiis, in well informed circles, that all the foreign military oflicei's lounging in our great cities, insisted thul Mettdo would of toui'se be bt-uien by Lee if he guve buttle wtui tbu Army of the Potuiu.io uione, ami I iliat tho ireiich ombassudor oiiiorett an' lmpgiiul -ship of wur nrotmd from New Yoik to Washington, as a place of refuge for himself in case of llw bombardment, or capture of our capital. The Secession nrihtocracy of liuitiuiore, . hitherto well posted with regurd 10 the progress of the War, expected Lee at coiilidoutly as they looked forward to the uiiuivt-rsary of our Nuiioual Independence, and were only in doubt us to which of ibeso events would precede the other. ,. i t There was audacity in the precipitation with which Ueu. Mcudo hiirletl that army, whilo yet .unaccustomed to thu sound of his voice an army which he had never once reviewed or uiuuuenvured as its cominuutier upou the sanguine legions of - his veteran antagonist ; but it was the audacity of ge nius '.he during of cue who knew himself, his sujaieri, and tbe'iask before themJ 'And it wus eminently duo to that-abused, tra duced, mirjudged Araiy of the- Potornac, 1 hut the. aiscuiuliture of; Lee's invading host should be eiupliutically its ! own achievement. To have crushed tbe Uubel battalions by overwhelming numbers 'by euvelopiug tbem in myriads of Militia too multitudinous to be killed aim loo flense to get away might nave, saveit the lue, but would uot have vtudieatoa tlie honor, of the Republic. 1 Above all, it would not have taught tho unthiukiug and superficial many to prize at their true worth and to regard with admiring gratitude, the heroic vulor and invincible coustauey of the uoble Army of the Totomae. ' ' ' v ' i V -i t- - '- 1 1 And so by the blessing of God, and in the inicrcst of Uumauity, the arms of the Uuiou are at length crowned with victory with victory so important and decisive that it should insure re union and peace at no distaut day. Should - Lee's army be hunted across the Potomac, a mere shadow of its former self,, since Viuksburg has suc cumbed to the energy aud vulor of Grunt's iuviucible host; impartial judgos must pro nouuee the Secession movemeut a failure, and decide that - persistence iu tbe Rebel liuii would be a useless, hopeless squander ing of human life. . We ought now to be neur the end of our great struggle, and our Government may, without compromising its digutty, not merely welcome, bat open ly invite, ' proposals from North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, and other revolted Statos, for a peaceful restoration of the Union. Lot as all be prepared nay, we shall, ' we must already be to welcome Peace when ever it cau be achieved without a sacrifice ol duty, of principle, of honor, of plighted fuiih. We huvo no ill-will toward those who have so savagely fought us we would do tbem uo evil we seek the extlnctiou of slavery as foe alike to their well being aud to the notion's tranquillity,' aod would oousent to almost any terms of "recon struction1 "tint secured the overthrow and extirpation of this monster ol iniquity, this "sum of all villaiuiea." Human liberty thai true freedom which guarantees equal aud exact justice, with the fullest right to bis owu earnings, to the weakest and hum blest is tbe vital interest of all moti, the first requisite of a beaeQuent aud stable community -toe corner-stone of a Christiaa state. May the agonies, the sacrifices, tbe desolations, of this fratricidal contest, have engraven these truths so deeply on the Da tiouuj heart, that they cau nevermore be effaced or forgotten I . I v , , 1 . . , Just think of It!. VallaDdlcbam never voted a dollar1 oor a nan for tba war, but baa. steadily and in every way opposed the war. Bearing this fact ID mind. just. think of men cheering for tbe sol diers aud cheering for Vallaodigbam in tbe same breath cheering for victory aud cuoeriog for vaiiaoaiguam.- , htTbe good alone are great. ' Vallandigham of President Lincoln. Lincoln. WASHINGTON, D. C. June 29, 1963. 3mp. Durthard and olherti r " ' ' " , .-. I, .-t ' GE.VTi.rvKtf: The resolotioui of, the Ohio Democratic State ConvedtioQ,' Which' fOu present mo, together with tour' Introduc tion and closing remarks, being In bosltied and argument maiuly the same as the rcso lutions of the democratic toefting at- Al bany, New York.. I refer 'yon fo my res ponso to the latter as meeting most of 1 tha points In tbe former. This response yoa evidently used in preparing your remarks, and I desire no more than that it be used with accuracy. In a single reading of jour remarks, I only discovered one inaccuracy in matter which I soppoie yoa took from the paper. It is where you say. '"The un dersigned are onable to agree with 700 , in the opinion you have expressed' thst the Constitution is different in times of insur rection or invasion from what it is in time of peace and public security." A recurrence to tbe psper will show, yon that 1 have not expressed the opinion you suppose. . I expressed the opinion that lbs Constitution is different in itt application ia cases of rebellion or invasion, involving the public safety, from what it is in time of peace aod public security; and this opinion I adhere to, simply because by the Coustitutiou it self things may be done in the oue case which may not be done la tbo other. ; I dislike to wtfsto a word ou a merely personal point, bnt I must respectfully as pure you that yoa will find yourselves at fault should you ever seek for evidence to prove your assumption that I opposed Iu discussion btfuro the people the policy , of the Mexicau war. ., ' "You say expunge from the ' Constitution this limitation upou the power of Congress to suspend the writ of nabtat 'torput, aud yet the other guarantees of personal liberty would rem tin ' unchanged Doubtless if this clause of the Constitution, . improperly called as J.thiuk a limitation upou tbe power of Congress, were expunged, the oilier guarantees would rcmaiu the same ; bat the question is, not how those guaran tees would remain the same; but the ques tion is, not how - those guarantees would stand, with ihat clause out of the Constitu tion, but how tbey stand with that clause re maining iu it, iu case of rebellion or - inva sion involving tho public safety. If the liberty could Oo iudulged of expunging that clnuse, letter and spirit, ,1 really think the constitutional argument would be .with you. . My. general view on this question was stated ia the Albany response, and heuco I do not state it notf. I only add that, as seems to. roe, tho benefit of .the writ of habtas torpttt is the great means throueu which' tbe Guarantees of personal liberty are conserved and made avail abb in the last resort; and corroborative of this view is the fact that Air. . Vullamiigham, in the very case In question, uoder the advice of able lawyers, saw not where else to go but to tbe habeat corpui.. But , by the Constitution- the benefit of the writ of habeas corpus itself may be suspended when in cases of rebellion or iuvaatou the; public safety may require it. . ' ' You ask in substance whether I really claim that I may override all tbe guaran teed rights. of individuals, on the. pica of conserving the public safety whon I may choose to say the public safety requires it. This question, divested of the phraseology calculated to represent me as struggling for an arbitrary personal prerogative, is either aimply a question who shall decide, or ah alTi.ma'.iou that nobody shall decide, ' what the public safety does, require ia cases of rebellion or invasion. . .The Constitution contemplates the qnostion as likely to occur for decision, but it does net expressly de clare who is to decide It. By necessary implication, ' when rebellion or ' iuvasion comes, the decision is to be. made, from, time to time ; and I thiuk the man whom, for the time, the ' people have, under tho Constitution, made tbe Commander-la Chief of their army and navy, 1 is the man who holds the power and bears the responsibi lity making it. If he uses tbe power just ly, the same people will r probably justify bim ; if be abuses it, he is in their bauds, to be dealt with by all the modes tbey have reserved to themselves in the Constitution. The earnestness with which you insist that persons can ocly in time of rebellion be lawfully dealt with, iu accordance with the rules for 1 criminal-trials and punish ments iu time of peace,' indaces me to add a word to what I said on that point In tbe Albany response. loa claim that men may. if they choose, embarrass those whose duty it is to combat against rebellion, and then be dealt witb only It turn, as it there were no rebellion. The Constitution itself rejects this view. Tbe military arrest and detentions which have been made, iucludiug those of Mr Vullundigbam, which are not different in principle from the other, have boen f or prersMetVit, aud not for punisAment as injunctions to stay injury as pro ceediogs to keep the peace aud bence, like proceedings iu such cases,, and for like reasons, tbey have not been accompanied with indictments, or trials by juries, nor. iu a siugle case, by any punishment what ever beyond wbat la purely Incidental to the prevention. ' Tba original seotenee Of ioiprisoDmeut in Mr.- Vallandighara's cssa. was to prevent injury to the military service only, aod tha modifictiou of it was made as a less disagreeable mod to mm of securing the same prejeutloq, ,.; . (i ... ' I am unable to, perceive an Insult to Ohio in tbe case of Mr. Yallandigham. Quite surely nothing of the sort was or Is io'ended. I was wholly unaware that Mr. Vullandieham was, at the lima of bis ar rest, candidate for the Demooratio nomi nation for Governor, until so informed by vour. reading to ma the resolutions of the Convention.. I am grateful to tbe State of Ohio for many things, especially for tbe brave soldiers aod officers she has given, la the present national trial, to tbe armies of tbe Union. ' ' ' ,- -' " " " ' ' " ,. You claim, a I understand,' that accord ing to my position ia the Albany response, Mr. Yallandigham should be released t and this because, as yoa claim, be baa not da maged tbe military service by discouraging enlistments, encouraging , desertions, or otherwise ( and that if be bad, be should bavo been tamed over 'to the civil authori ties, under recent acts of Congress, t car taioly do not knv that Mr. Vallwidigbsm bas specially and bj direct lanage ad 1 vised against enlistments, and in favor of desertion and rtsistsoce to drafting. We all know that combination, armed io soma instances; to resist the arrest of deserters, began several months ago ; ,' 'that more re cently the like has appeared in resistance to the enrollment preparatory toe draft; od that quite a comber of assassinations have occurred from the same afrtsitts. These bad to be met by military force, and this again hailed to bloodshed and death.', Aod now, under, n ' sense : of . responsibility more weighty and enduring than auy which is merely official, I solemnly. declare my belief that this hindrance of I be military, invludinir maiming end murder, is due. to the course ia which Mr. Yallandigham has been eu gsgad, In a greater degree than to any other cause, and ia due to bim personally in a greater degree than to any other ' one man.' " ' ' ""' '' " -u These things ' bate " been' notoriously knowo to all, aod, ofconrso; knows to Air. Yallandigham.-.. Perhaps I would not ' be wroog to say they ' originated with bis especial friends and adherents. ; Willi per fect knowledge of them, be baa frequently, if not constantly, made speeches in Cou- grem aod before puouiar assembles; and if it cau be shown that wi n tbese tbingt staring bim in the face, ho has ever uttered word of rebuke or Counsel against them, it will be a fact greatly to bis favor witb me, aod one of which, as yet, I am totally ignorant. When it Is known that the whole burden of his Dpeecbef hat been to stir op men against the prosecution of the war and that in tbe midst of resistance to it be has not been known ia any instance; to counsel agalust such resistfince, it. 4 next to impossible to repel the - iufoieiice, that lie has concluded directly , iu favor of . . .. - . . y T - - -1 With all this before their eyes, the Con- vention which tod represent have nominat ed Mr. Yallandigham for Governor of Ohio; and both they and you hive declared the purpose to sastain the National Union by all constituiionat means, (Cut of course tbey aud yon, in common,, reserve to your selves to decide what are constitutional means, and unlike tbe Albany meeting you omit to state' or, intimate that in your opin ion an army Is a constitutional means ot savmg the Union against a rebelliou, or even to intimate that yoa are conscious of au existing rebellion being in progress with the avowed object of destroying that very Union. At the ' same tiny- your notni nee for Governor, in whoso behalf yoa appeal, is known to you and to the . world to de clare agaiust the use- of au army to sup press the re'jjllio.i... Y tur. o vu ,aiti lude, tneretore, encourages desertious, resistance to the draft and the like, because, it teaches those who incline to desert aud. to escape the draft to believe It U your purpose to protect them, and to 'hope that you ' will become stiotig euougn to do sj-o : -.After a short personal intercourse . -with you, gentleman, of the committee, i. cannot say 4. tmnK you desire trisnecv to iouow your attitndt;, but assure , you that, ; both friends and eoemies of the Uuio'i looks upon it iu this light. ' Itis a substantial, hope. and by conseqnence, a real strength to the enemy.' ' It is a false nope, ana one which you would williugly dipel. VI wilt make the way., exceedingly easy... I send , you duplicates of this letter iu older . that yoa, or a majority, may, if you choose, iudorse your name upon one of them, and return it thus iodorsed to me, with the uuderslaud ing that those siguing are thereby ' com mitted to the followiug propositions,' aud to nothing else t t-s. '' ' ;' 1 t 1. -Tat there is now a rebellion in tbe Uuited States, the object aod teudeucy. of which is to destroy tbe ..National, Union.; and that,, in jour opinion, , an army aud navy are constitutional . means suppressing tbe rebellion. ( ' 2; That no one of yoa will do "anything' which; in' his own. jddgmeut, , will tend to hinder the iocrease or favor , the decrease, or lesson the efficiency of tbe array or navy. while engaged iu the effort to suppress that rebellion : aud. 1 i " ! ' 3, That each of yoa. will, in his spheres do all be .cau to have the officers, soldier, and seameu of the army and navy, while engaged in the effort to suppress the rebel lion, paid, 1 fed, clad, end otherwise welt provided and supported. - And with tbe further understanding, that opou reoeiviun the letter and name thus endorsed, I will cause them to be publish ed, wbiob publicaltou shall be, within ilseir, a revocation of the order Iu relation to Mr, Yallandigham.' -: ' ",I ' '.' It will uot escape tbe observation that I consent . to the release of .Mr. Yallandig ham opou terms, not embracing auy pledge from him or from others as to what he will or will not do. . I do this because ha is uot present to speak for himself, or to authoriam others to speak for bim ; ' and, hence, I shall expect that, ou returning, be would not ' put himself practically in antagonism with tbe position of bis frieuds. But 1 do it obiefly because I thereby prevail . on other influential gentlemen of Ohio to so define their position as to be of immense value to the army thus more than .com pensating for the consequences of auy mis take iu allowing Mr.,, Vatlandigbam IQ return, so , that, 00 the' whole, the public safety wilt not have suffered by it. Still in regard to Mr. Yellaudigham end all others, I must thereafter, as heretofore, do so much' as the public safety may seem to have to ¬ A. LINCOLN. ,t t ' JVwi PisooMExr Commenoablk. Had m.o evsr been content witb "things as tbey era,", plodding the eame dull road witb incurious 1 satisfaction r. TJme' would ; have grown! gray ia. ignorance: deaf, blind aod atupld. be would never raised his eyes to Ueaveo, to discover' the gloriooi pheuo meoa of the stars, nor directed tbem to earth, ; to develop the latent treasures ooq cealed In her bosom j the cans el ocean would have yet bees unfat homed,. the ujs teriesof tha deeoL unexplored: end , eaeh petit ' aborigine, io quiescent , barbarism, weald bare formed so wish for iutorconrse bevono) ' bis own ''paltry community. . Mas would hava felt no care for auirht but "meat cloths, and, Ire," thus remaining 4 ftk, .companion for! the brutes' by which be ara' nrronndail:' and holdiu all in common witb ,bem butthe profitless prerogative of ipeecb. Tberefore.n'PS aisoooieu u cwia mudib!f end sboold tt cocouraf eoV - The Storm of Shell. Mr. WUktson. special rerresDODdoDt of 10a . x . untw, wub tbe Army of the Poto mac, tfcss tbrilliogly describes tba Urrible storm of shell wbloh the enemy poured apoa tba head quarters of, General Meade, aad the rebel to. fuotry charge which followed t ,- . -; ., , Eleven o'clock twelve o'clock one o'clock. ,. In tbe shadow cast by tbe tiny .V V 4W4. farm bouse 16 by 20, which Gen-Meade bad made his headquarters, lay wearied staff officers' and tired reporters. There Was not Wanting to tbe peacefulness ot tbo scene, ' tbe singiog of a bird, which bad a nest in a 'peach tree within the tiny yard of the" white-washed cottage. Io the midst of its warbliog, shell screamed over tbo house, instaotly followed . by another, and auotber "and Iu a moment the air was full of the most complete artillery prelude to an infantry battle that .'was ever exhibited. Every size and form of shell known to Bri tish aod American gunnery, , shrieked, whirled, moaned, whistled, aud wratbfutly fluttered over our ground. As many as six in a secoud, constantly two la a second, bursting aud acreamiug over and around tbe headquarters, made a very bell of firo that .. amaied . tha oldest officers. They burst iu tbe yard burst next to tha fence ou both .sides, garnished, , as usual, witb the' hitched horses of aids, and order lies. " The fastened animal reaieJ aud plunged with terror Then oue fell, then auotber sixteen lay dead and mangled be fore the fire ceased, still fastened by tbeir baiters, which gave tbe expression of being wickedly lied up to die paiufully. ' These brute victims ot. a cruel war touched all hearts. , Through tbe midst of the storm .of screaming and exploding shells, au ambu lance, driven by its frenzied couductor at full speed, presented, to all of us the. mar velous spectacle of a horse going on three leg. A biuder oue had beeu shot off at the hock. A sbeit tore bp tbe little step of the headquarters cottage,' and ripped bags - of oats as . with a kuife. Another soon carried on oue 01 its : two piua.s. Soon s spherical cuse burst opposite the opeu door auoiuer ripped through the low garret. The remaining pillar went almost immediately to the howl ot a fixed shot that Whiiworth must have made. During this fire,' the horse' at tweuty and thirty feet disiunt, '. were receiving their death, aud soldiers ia Federal blue were torn to bieues iu tbe road, and died with the pecu- liar-i yells that bieuu me extortea cry 01 . . . . ... . . - pain witb horror aud despair r Jot nu or derly uot au ambulance not a straggler was to be seen opou the plaiu swept ay tbis tempest of orchestral death, thirty uiiuutes after - it coinnieuced. ' Were uol oue bund, ed and tweuty pieces of urullcry tryiug to cut, loom the field every battery we had iu position to resist tbe.r purposed iulautry attack, aud' to sweep away the slight .defenses behiud which - our luiuutry were waiiiug f Forty minutes fifty miu met counted on . watchrs that rau on, so . Jauguidiy 1 Shells through, the two lower rooms. A shell into the chimney, that daringly did not explode. Shells iu the ' yard. Tbe air thicker aud fuller aud more deafening with. the howling and whir nuj? of these infernal missiles. The chief of staff struck Seth Williams loved aud respected through 'the army, separated from iustaut death by two iucues ot space vertically measured. , Au aide bored witu fragment of iron tbrougb the bone of tbe arm. . Another, cut w ub au exploded piece. Aud the time,' me-tsured ou the sluggish watches, was oue hour and forty miuuies.i sr.--. 1. : '" 1 THE REBEL INFANTRY ATTACK. . ; Theu there was e lull, and w kuew that tbe rebel mfuntry was charging. And si lendidly tbey did ibis work -the highest aud severest lest of the stuff that soldiers are made' of. n; Hill's division, in line ol battle, came 'first,, ou tue double quick, their muskets at the "right shoulder auift." Lobgstreet's - came ' as support, - at the usual distance,' with war cries aud a savage Insoleuce aa yet oututored by deleat. Tnuy rushed iu peifect order across the opeu field, up to the wry muzzles of the guus, wbictr tore lanes through them as tbey came. But tbey met meu who were their canals iu suirit aud their superiors iu te uueity. " Tueie uever was better lighting since Tueruiopyla) vhuu wus done yes.erday by our soldiery. ' ' The rebels were over our defeuses. Tbey bed cleared aaauouitrs aud boises from oue uf the guus, aud were whirling it around to use upou us. . The bayouet drovo tbem back ; but so bard pressed was this brave tuiauuy, that at oue time, from the ox uuusliou of tbeir amuiuumou, every bat tery upon the principal crest ot attack, was sileot. except : Croweu's. ilis service ol grape aud cauuiater was awful. It enabled our Hue outnumbered two to oue urn to beat back Lougstreet, aud then to charge upoo him, aud take a great number ot bi meu aud himself prisoners. Strange bight t So terrible was our musketry and aj-tiilcry fire, that wbeu Armstrong's brigade was checked in its charge, aud etooa reeling, alt of its meu dropped tbeir muikets and crawled oa tbeir bauds aud kuees under neath tbe stream of shot," till close to our troops, where they made signs of surrender ing.' . . ' ' - : " They passed throogb oar ranks scarcely noticed, aud slowly went down tbe slope tw the road iu the rear. - 1 Before they got there, tbe grand charge of Ewell, eolemulv sworn to aud prepared, I , !l J .1 J 1 J- ' "J uaa iuiiea. ...-,! ..' ... : The rebels bad repeated to their lines, aod. opaued anew the storm of shell aod shot from their -120 guus. Those who remained-at the riddled headquarters will never forget, the crouching aud dodgiog aad running of t tbe butternut oolor4 cap lives, wbeu they got uuder this, their friends', Hre..V It was appalling to as good soldiers even as. they were. , , Tbsv have a eheeiful boras railroad at Bart toti Coooectiout. Oue lermiuu is ai tbe Bute pi-isoo, and the other at tba eeaietery. One woald prefer, to be a way pasatoger rather tbao a through passenger. ;, " 1 - 1 . 1 , - Tee ever day ers and duties which ' meu ealt drudgery, aad tb wsigbte and eountsr- DoiM af tbe eluek ef lime, rivlof its hands S regabw ajutes; ud, when thae cease to basg apoa. the wheels, ,tbe psodslast ee longer ,iisgo,tba batds ee leeger mevs, the - clock taodi still. Pinned to the Wall. Of oonr.t no one will nrglcet to read tb President's reply to the Ohio Vallan digham Committee. ladependont of tho wisdom aud moderation of the entire docn meut, tba three simple, propositions which the President makes for. the endorsement of the Committee, most effectually pfn them to the wall. Never before were cine teen men so easl.y mud neatly exposed, end gibbeted to disgrace. No honest, loyal man, could hesitate for one moment to sob scribe to the three simple propositions, end no Implication discreditable to any honest, loyal man, would arise from anch assent, Becsase of tbe disloyal schemes and pur. poses of their principal, ' sod their own participation ia tbem, they foil compelled to refuse each assent, aud thus expose themselve. to the scorn nad contcmnt of all straight-forward and simply bonest and loyal men. Truly they are fit satelites to their representative conspirator aud leader Yallaudighara, ,. Health 'Most of tho maladies which' af-. fl'c'ed mankind, are tbe results of intemper ance in eatiug and drioking. The inmates of our p iaoa have a plain and healthy diet. aim, wuuoui mucn exercise la the open air. ars aeiuoui sice, xiieir lodging rooms aro not very capacious, yet we suppose they are prettv well ventilated. Dr. Hall, iu his Journal of Health, gives the following good advicei - - 'If the body (a tired, rest : if the brain is tired, sleep. If the bowels ere loose, lin down in a warm bid and remain there, aod eat, ooiuing onui yon are wen . if an ao- Hon or the bowels does not occur at the nsual hour, eat not an atom until they do act, st least for thirty six. hours; meanwhile driuk largely of cold water or hot tea, add exercise in the open air to the extent of at gentle, perspiration, and keep this up till things are righted; this one suggestion, if practiced, would save myriads of livei ev ery year, both 10 the city and country. The best medicines in the world are warmth, abstinence and repose- Singular Fats of a Burglar. Ou Thursday night, an Irishman, whose name we could not learn, broke Into a house at Euclid Creek, daring the absence of the family.. .. lie proceeded to ransack the bouse, and made preparations for carrying off all the "portable . property," as Mr. Wemmick would call it. The silver spoons and such smaller articles of value, bo put into his pockets, and the other property be tied up iu tbe bed clothes, for tbe conveni ence, of carrying. After havintr cleared the houso of everything that he could car ry off, be proceeded to make his escape by a window. Unknown to tbe burglar, di rectly beneath the window was a cistern, . with a vory iosecure cover, As he stepped on it, the cover gave way and precipitated him into the cistern, which was fall of. water. - Tbe roof being partially arched, . there was no chance of escape, aud the burglar was drowned.. ITU body was found in the cistern on Friday morninor. with tbe spoons still in the pockets, and the bundle of other articles tied up read for carryiug away. . . Pandora's Box. Pandora, according to heathen mytbot-. ogy, was the first female created. She waa formed of clay by Vulcan, at tbe request of Jupiter. As soon as endowed with life, all the gods are said to have vied with each, other iu presenting her with gifts. She received beauty aud the art of pleasing from Veaus, tbe powor of captivating from the Graces ; Appollo taught her to sing; Mercury instructed her with eloquence, and Minerva endowed tier with wisdom, ileuce she was called Pandora, from the Greek words pan doron, gift, Intimating she was all gifted. Jupiter finally presented ber with a box filled with iunnmerable evils, which she was desird to give to the man. who married bor. She waa then conducted by Mercury to Prometheus. lie suspi cious of deceit, wo'd not accept the present, but his brother, Epimelhous, less prudent, married bor. He having accepted and opened the box, there issued a multitude of evils aod distempers, which speedily dis persed themselves over tbe earth, and have uever since ceased to afflict mankind. lie snut tue oox up aeraiu in baste, out an were gone. Hope alone, which . Jupiter bad compassionately enclosed in bts unhap- PJ ff'r' had not time to escape, and conse quently is tbe oue consolation of wretced mortals. Hence tbe expression, "Hope lives at the bottom." The Campaign in Ohio. The Vallandtghaa Central Committee have already arranged for tha political campaign in this State, aud bave published a list of appoint- -' menu for Hon. Geo'ge K. Pegu tbe man who preteeeiug not to bave agreed with Vallaodig aam, yet cuddles down with bim and eouseots to play aeooud ttddla to him. The Uuiou citata Central Committee has al so bad a weatiug and arranged for a aeries of meetings' all over the but. The auooanoo meois bave not yet been made . bat will be shortly. Tbe ooutest will be such au one as was never bafora witnessed. Oa the one aide, a iaaa admired through alt Dixie, and whose election is desired by every leading rebel; oa tbe other, a roau wboae election is earnestly desired by tbe great mass of the unconditional ly loyal of the nation. Over the election of las formes rebels would rejoice, while over the election of the latter tbey would mourn . . T Boot Poutic. Old Fuller says t "Let bim who expects one class ol society to prosper in the highest degree, while the ' other is io distress, try whether one side of bis face can smile while tbe other side 1st ' pinched." - si , . w . Practical isdora acta in tbe mind a . gravitation does In the material world : combining, keeping things la their places. and . maintaining meteal depeodenoe amongst : tee various parts of our system.' It if for ever reminding oa where 1 we ere. , and wbat we can do, net in fancy, bat ia real life- . It does net permit ns to wait for dainty duties, pleasant to the UaaginaUse, but. Insists npon oar dolag those which art before us. ZiVpi. ,,Don'i be constantly telling jroar coo panlom of, their tailings, A, fa pert- does oot. like to be told that hel) fat, t ,r : a leso person thai be is lean, set , eirrj.;j f trios tbst be looks like a,ta.vj. ,