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t i ,: i -, i i i' r(otl ass I a insertions, .-. - liC :, 8 i.-oo 6.-U0 I Jll!lBMI(Ml(4.!i'M..lK 11 . jQaefewrth 6 i rn l'"y - t6:0 jjMh trail ,w .uHtttii"il .48.0Q M.Ce9tn i ii t.J ;' a30:00 'A.1 tri tqu M nejf vil ! l JXdvetliMttiiuVi inserted till oifcO lttxpitftkdertief.XH ' '! 'T , auiiarw JOB WORK t'xecttted '4tthfs offieewilh qa'fnr.i'' anil "dl toB, II the lowtpoibcrtesv ;',V t' CHARGE IT UPON THEM, DEMOCRATS! Do not let out idverserietblece Tooth de fcnsitt attitude, W should illicit the ene- k:. iLa.i...I..IJ. W.. .l.nnl.l I rf W Kim luy in raa,ijjia.wa,. " bi'uui ii .,.. in Hit mtdaighl ,lir. '.We should . strip the fob rf fale poriif ftnm hit rerrr anf limbs. -.,-.. - OHAR68 UPON Tit M. . Tbit thy bv ilirted caniTiilatei for Prea . dlent and Vict President; who are to be elee tol, if leclf J at all, by tceiktMl vole, awd for bom no . Southern man can vote without ; -)rnouat ilrhonor an.I polilinnl auiciJe. ' r That Ihev violate daily nd deliberately, ine V oletnn arntnf of Wichington, . who, in ti Is K Farewell AdJrtw, ailmoriUtieJ bit coontrrmen , ; o, beware of aectional and geographical- par '.'.tieavaj uv v.; .am.;1 .vj; 'v,f , HAR' B tPON THEM,"'v i h i. It, !iI Thai the leailefa'of the Premont 'parti are In iwnrlT r'verv initance the voWk! ndvocatet ' tri dtaeototion oflbe American Union.. . ;v,;;;;r::ciiAr.GEUPOJi''a,aEM. -; - That Uiey aoil end traduoe mir fellow. V.. eouairymen of ibe South mira than lby could . ewatlend Uadui tte vileat deapotisia on the .'; '.J ''CHARGE UPON THKM;a-v'.;. "Thai the aeleoleil Fremonta'a a candidate, first bicaufAe would proe to be thir passivt iditrument !n the work ofdisuniuP, and next, ' became be vaa supposed to htve (rows euoj V Ooualy itcb'by bia rpeculationa. .- . , . ;;!: CHARGE UPON.TUEM,.'lr; . t Thai they are preae ntine to Ihe tNortbern ' Ststea aan indueeineot' lo secure f olea for v'. fremont, by speeches end edildrWa, by mapt nd in nichirer, ihvinlvmtiitf ihtt vouli re mil frmn Ik tktfluttlm f tht Union la Ntrlk H prtttptrily, end comfort, onil religion. ' ' ; -T.M t ,t CHARGE 'DPON THEif, ' ' i . That' llieiropei eharripionship bt dis.mlution doetnaea. tjliiectln follow from-1 Re ilifnm'Hia V ;. . example of (be Hastfurd Conveniino in 1814 ,:.;V r-'lb, and like that dark plol, it moat earnest. CliARGECPON TIIEr,'; v,v That the British Press bails the nomination 6f Fremont, and the agitation that led to it aa eitaiu elepa to diaaolation or the Luion. . if CHARGE L'PON THEM, 'That tint anluffed1 Willi the overthrow of ear ,. civil. rigffi unv nuciiirs, iiicj picairu mankind tor that dread catmtrophe by aowins ' , tleateds of discord in -the Christian Cturch. - .'.! CHARGE UPON THEM, '-"I v Tb( Ibey expect to carry ttirseleclion rith money. ... They nomnnteU Fremoit for bia . ' wraith. Seward wya there ia plenty of money , t lo be had to tenure and violate the Uon.ititu II-rtV lii bia aneerh i A't'Any: nn- iJi 5'A ii ' ntj.liri Alul lfrnni.K I .H mr fin v' th MikOtt. rt.Comproniis:'ill , tit restored if .Frtinoni is , elected, uy bnyihg up the Senators uf the Uui ted Sfates wiib the' patrongti of the General i'- Goelnmn.,' - ' '' '.":-wv" - v CHARGE UPON THEM, ' J I :Tbat (tier bate invoked; forces1 to Iheir aid ), ' i the event of failing to elect- Fremont by a . eotinnaL.mte. ; See.Webb'a apereb at' (be . RacHRepnblioaaCoitvtntion;Giddinga threat t ii yuuKicis; ino inB'iei coiuinns 01 me ifuatftlt Lihtrytor; iheSermunof Hmry VVaid Bevcbar. . v rniDnii itoam ipurvi . .... " That iheir lova Tor the bluck ' is so Intense, - tl.at while they degrade tad disfranchise White map; btcauvr he was born like Ldfnjr- eile, ifl a foreign land, thayvould e'etole Fred Dow li and his school td social and political equality .with our fellow ounirymeri, htcaute lira) vi axfrvM. -V- -:r-? 1...r cEfARGE VppN THEX, . .. That entil they invoked the twin fiend- of AUolitionism and Know Noihingisfli, Christian churches were peaceful and quiet' assemble Ites, but now toa man)i are torn iibdaseo aionsaad piesided over by. political priests. -:!-. CHARGE UPON THEM, ' v . iThat while blaminc Mtc Brooks for hi at tack upon Sumner, ibry nevrl blame Fremont mi ulr suae upon root, in ooib cuea.lbeol- fence given toviDj been during a t'tbsts in the Kfinlf. - ' ' v . i,;c;;arge upon them,; - That while hoelingortr tliedisturbanresli) Ksotus, t bey never eoridem the murders in onf ' .real cities, by Knovr Nmhtng towdiee of inof- r tensive and deserving eiTixeaat - ' ' X VEA RG S UPON, TH EM;',, Tba? t(ieV Lave reviled ilia Missouri Com '' pfotrli Tor'ntarly forty years, and now demand . inar it auaii pt restored, a tier it pas rxen t . v vcpARQjS . CPOM 'TtlEM,r , K That , they -have iclecled a candidate for fKaidenl wbo bae oeHher tbe character, the eupseiiy, iho eiperitoce, pom he integrity, t )rf aide ,ovr toe anjiira at government. - f That in lbeirrer nnon' the Btales. Ibev re. fuse to hesitate,, .because iheir schemes most nJ in a civil and servile war, and laug at tba , certain calsitrophe of. three milliune of ud- aenty tiDerateit aiotesueJ.ngpouieU-Cowi upon I . '. ft. CHARGE UPOfiTHEM,. Vf.- j That they deriodrree and 'condbai the dec!!- i lonof the highest tribunal Irr'tbeTand, anJ v epBlri t'ndui-e the venerable' 'juristi 1 wne compose our United States Supreme Court. , f -Tbal Wbile llieresk the vote o tha edfth. ted oillrens, they prer.f tbe alstu te that ia i deprive him of bia rights) and that one of the ! conventions which., oomiustd Ffrrhont kffea- j led te repudiate Know Nothmgisrri. whrte The otperwnicn nominated him, made KnowNolb' lnisoj iu caiei corner stone, n v - t)"AVeir, wl.alifiheydldt'iaidM'.Pirr . tington,ae nsitor aa condemning cerlain , putts for tbe ttantporlnUorr orcooiieaj'-'Hde glaneedet the thermometer aaabe spoke, win, the mercury Indicating ninety degrees, at the sane time inhaling a pinch ofColond Rhoade't rappee.r'Uhin Uiey etight to be prais-d," continued abe.'Mfnf try in; loget a tiule coolly nywhere, suci timr-8J these. tlo-w'liot.it is, to be surel. it is almost equal to (u'e horrid fne,"nd the old Jady.;fnoed herself enei .'.''fui'f l"'!'r!". f .; p"'At lute' rleel inn fot charter bffi-r-raj' Alton, Illinois, tbe Democracy, e leated Iheir eandulsie for Mayor by fiDy.luur msjoriiy.i Tbis is in Mauson County. lie homeof Trunv bull, uheie. two vesrs srn, b-o eiphleii bui.Jred and tweniy-urcn nmjorily. Js'oW) will five the Pi-micnis six fcundrej majoriiv. .BY L.Q. GOULD. , New Series; Y, f Fearless and Free.' EATON.TREBLE COIINTJ , 0. OCT, 2,1356, $l,50p'erAnaiim lnAd?anc, Vol. 13, No. !5; [From the Dayton Empire.] VALLANDINGHAM'S REPLY TO CAMPBELL. i ', a i , to in1 it V nnUi.k l..,l . brtef .vtirtmi. nf Mr. , ... ' ". . . , , , -i Ilandingnama speech, delivered on faaiFrl- day evening, to one of the largest and most enthusiastic meetings we huve ever wjintsst-d in DsytoiK . U was in lepty to Mr. Canmbell's sault upoti him.' Mi.' Vollniidiogliam hn.s been pursued by'a nei qf Republicans wiili Cumpbell at their head, . until forbearance. has vessed to be a virtue, Oureynopsiscannol do justice to the apeecb'.'' It is a withering, scathing one; ;' Read it, everybody: , . , ' " .Ma. VLLiM)i.NQiiM began by aariag ibe! b meant to. lake his iiwr to the bnsinM on band; and wanted all to wait patiently anil quietly till be waa done, . It was not -exactly an old fashioned ,"coon. akinning"- the day frr that had gone by but it would be, Lt Ibongbt, prettv considerable of ''wool pick ing And . be meant . io go at it very coelly and deliberately.. If any body thnughl he-bad come there to lash himself into a rage, or "tear a pasiuon Jo tollers,' they - very little under stood either bim or tbe business be was about, Gross and wanton and assassin-like aa the aa ten It bad been on luoi, in his absence, he uvr wss cooler iu bia lite, and - the job on naou, srioutii be dune up accordingly.. Mr, v.. ihen , pucteded .0 uolv first to Vampbetra inrstepreaenlationa l the Uonsti tutipn m regard to like three fifths ruler his si templto delend bia vote on Dunn's bill leg is laiiMg s.'ax-eiy into Kunsaa and tirhruil till the 11 of January, 18u8 and to speak of hk vole upon the Army Appropriation Bill. - He was .amazed 4,e ought rather to say eftused at the effrontery and assurance of tins pre tended champion of '"free speech," swsgcering and seeking to brow Of at men from an inq-nry tnui bur .voie and bia "official conduit." , It was even. Utile, rreadoflhe Philadelphia PJntforna. i Tha: document asserted aovereign power in cer'ein places in Congress. Bui here was a Cmgrcisman claiming sovereign power to. uo wnai Le pieaxu, aue esempiion Irorn ell inquiry, about of ieponibilily. fur it. That was ilt-cidedly iraai- cool perhaps es the region rouna auoui inrs fails. . - . . : . , Mr. V. next pioceeded to discuss personal matters. He igrettrd-ex:remely Ihe necessity lof it, it was pa mint. Lie would much pie It r the discti-ision of the great political ones. Hons ol the day.. Hiiherio except once for few minuies-T-he bad confined himself $trictly and sogr.y to inese Political questions, ii we was well aware that systematic aitempl was on loct to fti up a notion in .community Urel lie as exceedingly l(ter, "venemous" aud personal, ft was siot true. He bad spo kert strongly against tbe doctrines of.llie Phil adelphia Kiemi.nl Plo'.fnnn he bad denounced severely, and he knew iiistl v. the Reward.. iiales, Greelvs, IVelbs snd Qiddiugsof uai oiir . wi-wrrjiiii.-uiin.wnE aon.iiui.ii ana OKtt tiHiiLseHtlnrfcuis, and lie inyout lo do so wher ever he went. ' He bad defended also vehe m'e'ntly the Democratic porty against the libtLs and sssauHs ol Its enemies, Aud he hnd, de fended hioiseK now and (ben against assaults l i i r i:. i ... upun nuiiicii puni)i:aiiy anu nersunsiiy: anu he wuhid do. it again and everywhere, and a all times and in all pi sees. He wanted tha underttood: and tl should be umteislond. . Ht assailed no iniii, and he permitted no man attack bun with .impunity. He had already spoke nine timea in Dayton, and near, thrice Ibat niany limes eUewhere since theooenins ot lp campaign, . iv ut once in Dayton lie be lie ved, bad be .even mentioned Campbell all, and ne uhrri rut had Le uttered- a word personally disrespectful of him, He bad spo ken sometimes ol his public and ofScinl cou duel along Willi llinl of others, without sin gle personal remark. , Any' statement lo the contrary was not iriie. . tie appealed to IIiok who had heard biui lor the proof. He had cou tnteu nimseii lately to lint line oftpeech, not wiinsiainiing mat Unnilihell, on Ihe niL-lit the electipn two yiaro ago had, in. the hour iriiimpu event, when men who have an tru manhood in ti em, ar generous,.spokcn.of bim in language tout and uut'iisive. and bad teneal dly indulged in it Jitice. Sail be felt a na tural delicacy in riluig to reuonal matte's, -..J !.ii..v.. r . . .. i nu ptimi) in rcitR-nce ;o a cnuipt-uior oe for the people. Bat the dav nrerious he hat left home for .Sandusky city and T fun. and had oeeu siueni.uu vveiluesday ingli.l.aud returned home on.l he following evening, wlum he was greiflly tuiprixed Id hud uuue a ferment in lb city, indiiiuatioo and excilemenl on the nart the peinocrats, and a speoies of exultation -.pe part pi aceiipinclan of the oiirosiliun; a gVCwing out ofa wanton, utipiovoked, dasutd it persouat as.ault upon biuiscir.by Lewis Camphetl." lAvgiliiig himsetf .of the earlitsl practicable mi.im-iitj, he was mow liere lo meet anq repel ttn rude and insolent attuok.iu. maiincni deiitivrd, Or raiher, rek-ased Bow ftom sll cbllKflllon of evurv kind to refrain. h? was" here to "cara the was iuie Afrina? evoke the ''nigger in tbe wopdpile,"nd draj niui lorio io ne seen in nia real four and lig proportions. ' He shoelJ take bis time to tha loo, aud do it poolly pud very surely; and wsmeo men ol ait par tit Liemocrats, Jfre monters and . FiJitnoreilea, men iif ell ualiuii and raises. Brbihfsi JouatlMin pa well a "Uans Heileiispokenbarget,, Juhn Bull and Patrick O'Raffettv" to bear. .. Wat had been movoke and. he Bieaut tq do his part in it, end wanted an men to tagc notice, at well convicjcu, : uetiera, aa libellers self eonftsMt. .,, , ..: ; -Heuodrrs'Ood that on Wednesday t amplell as usual Uiea to sneer el bim Mr. V.J en "young man he didn't know.'.' As to thesneet atbisjouih, that was estate old trick. waa a young man, and only sorry that he was not younger. ,A Ihere were uo ladies presem ne wou iu revea l h i age-( here some una cried ott "yea there-is a .crowd of theru here.") "Well, said Mr," V,!r no mailer I am a married man any way;'and besidrs..ib'ng against pe tygamy, il ia of na consequepce, He.wu sorry to ssy he was in the 37 h year o bia age; and tie was inclined to -smile at the cool oompin Cency witjb wjiitli that ,reiiernble gry haKed aeplucgenanan ulfurlyadd, affected to sneer thirty six-, ,As lo wheiber. Campbell knew biu or not woa pi no moment, aa be rather Iboughl be was in a fair way to finikxm tut before; gut through. - jtlr. V. said he affeetcd ua such ignorance of ft i in . know hiuif and you, filends shall be better acquainted. Willi bim hour or. jwr later, ,i. , ; r, ., , :M V, would not condescend hoveveT.lo fol ,low him in his low. aping of the-yet lower per formances. of the lowest order of the Cireus. He had loo auucb sell respeol and aed respect for the citizens of Doyton.n AVae Lewis Campbell ct a tiWti t Did ,e ever wear mails y I Certainly M had- turned more sum mtistis snd inaile mote-exhibiina' upon ttghirne end the alack ropei -mow specimens o! ground -and lofty tumbling, than any-good Matrriefryfnsn or any other performer.! -'He ....u-.n--.ori.inp, coiitortiooa; na wisniig joints and limbs and the whole body, folili. . .. - a . to of u on V the to he He a be my an -, D. Hie hi. Icsllv for out done the famous Indian RulArr and at Its; had eaeayed the chiefi-st Aal "f al, to iot himielft and he (Jlr. V.) ""he' .lll0,,f'h.1 " Cwnpheir bad Succeeded admirably in it. Mr, V. could not consent to imitnte bim in bis clowni.sk propensities and exhiliitions upon the slump. Bui he too could twR questious; and he meant after this fash ion to try to find out who tit com-wtilor was nd what be was and where be stood. Tbir luitar hs.i beer. matter of grave doubt snt perplexity to all parties, and be had heard tbat n ss rnufii as (Jul. r-remnn! waa a dtstnieuialk ed txjilurtr, it was seriously conlemplmed.fcn mptoy linn again In bis old business,, ami stud him out to see if he could dittoctr the exact political latitude mid longitude ef Lewis D. . Campbell! what euuriidate ht supported o ay, rnu- upon wnal piattorm be fust now stood. But great as Col. Fremonl'a talents in that line were, and successful as he bar.' been in tunning do n.the "Woolly Horse,",! Mr. v.) very much oneStioned whether even he could find put Ihe "Butler Poney." t, Air. V. then procteded to tracr Mr. Camn- bell'a poli'ical history, interrogatively, isom ine oeginnine, some w years ago to tbe pre sent nae. vss lie the nuulio aoiriled v-iunti man wbo began hi career by volunteering to prosecute gram an onendtrs against the Block Laws . He (Mr. V.) bad been accused by some of voting, while in the Legislature, to rcjwuf these- same luwa some 10 or 12 years agoi nut it was not iruet l.e rotei then rtainst them along with Ur. llibhard and Thomss Browo of ibis county, although be then tho't hem useltss and obsolete; and never heard of anybody "reported" in favor of enforcing Dem except ma very consistent competitor. Agaiu ne warned to know il Ihe man he was supposed lo be runtime agains. was the same Lewis U- Campbell wbo. in 1810. rau eraiust John B. Weller for Congress i and wboru even cider, song and cooukina could uot save from being ttaien I And who ran aifain in 1843 against Weller, and was beaten worse than efore ; end Vet again in 1844, aud -was lick ed a litite worse than ever, when even Hi: cArai of . the "third . time " couldn't help bim t , And who iu 1846 was bealen for nomi- nad'oH by Fisher at Lebanon. and bad Ins bug gV and harness cut, up by his political friend, as a testimonial ef then respect f Was it the same Campbell, who. " wautina no office " contented to pick bia flint and try it again the Win tune and finally succeeded T. W as be Ihe man who went in June of that year to the great w big slaughter House Convention ai Philadelphia, and then came home and ' toll ed up hut Uerves and went to work to defeat UMtRu f'ATLoa I" Hyw? By " wbeeline oul of the Old Whig Guard and standing at sn ornxraf nruWtluougtiout the contest." He would not vote Tor Cass : if he voted for Tar tux, the Freesoilers of Warren and Clinton Wbuldi'l vole flint : if be voted for Van Hu- ren, the Old Line Whigs of Butler wouldn't tnucn him. . bo be wiieeied out of tbe run Its aiui stood M-.nft A .. .KdTii.. - Was not tliia a sublime spectacle for angels ami nitn. Only think of it the " Butler Pony," sianumg soiiisry anu alune in s;upum.ou.- granueur, neuirai, oo oiuu-ly neutral anou; twenty millions ol people in a treat residen tial couteat. What a pity Powers, the great American sculptor, could not embouv tlm sublime spectacle in stone; or some gri at his mnc panr.T, Mr. fowell.lor example, trans fer it lo canvass lo sdoru the naniiela of the K'jlunds at Washing ion. t-iiid-ng no caudi unie to support til 1848, he wheeled oul ol the Old Whig Guard, and never waa known to wheel luily back cgnin. Again: air. V. wanted lo known if h if competitor waa Ihe roan, who in 1850 so sftenuously opposed the great Compromise meatmen of Clav, Cass, Wkbstkr and the other great patriots of lire Whig and Deruo cratic parties, ami stood alongside ol Seward, Ihtne, Male, uidiliugk & Uo., in bis opposi ..v.., ....i.aiu.bi.n , in cuic-iieu iu iiauj pie tte Fugitive' Slave Law under fool." Here was another sublime si.eclucle. lull ol moral grandeur, another scene in the drama the Uuiler f uny, acam solitary and alone, or ganizes sillied resistance to the Fedelal Gov ernment and proposea to look Unole Suu ful in the face snd frighten the old genlieruan inu submission. Again, logo back a little: was it the mon he was running against, tbe valorous Uuptain Campbell, who, in 1846. ben the. war but broke out with Mexico, paraded his Butter Gunrds ep and down belore tbe Court Yah! in Hamilton, Snd "in front of his own hOiir-e,'? issuing high sounding handbill calling for vuiuuteers, mode a Speech aliriosl aa vu.orou and defiant as the one forty eight bouts tto, and then and then didn't go to Mixico ajUr out: tvag it, oo, ihe ai-me man who two years afterwurda ,was found in a Stule Con vealiun reporiiHg resolution denouncing the coniest witii aiexice as a "liod abhorred war," and li en rumnng as' the candidate pari of those wbo reviled Gen. Taylor as the "tiiiei ot mexnan Bulcjiera t ". r-V a :t Ihe same Lewis Dv i ampbeil, wb in too? leariui lest ne (ilt. v.) might, through tear oi rum escape into Indiana, -or jet ha pi CunuUu, sent s challenge u,- debate, in ad vance of- hia return, sit tbe-way from Buffalo " By tbe way.'t mid-Mr., V., " I notice that ne ehallcnge has been sent- tbis year from Buffalo, or any where else; though I believe a on ii u. uiecKiuiiflgr Has been threatened with one." Campbell had said that he as elect eu rour yeais-sgo in a ; district , which gve luuuueniocraue mnjoiiiy. - this was uot true csoipbeit nad eiauageu witb bn then success. lul. trickery besides, other advauUjjes,' lo get. both the. bcolt and Hale vote over whom Pierce'e majority waa less than sue hundrtd. Again, to come down to later and more im potts ni times, Mr, V. wanted te know if the man he was supposed to be tunning against, alaiiding upo the " Piuladelprns Praltorin andtiaoiTier,'-'-. waa the aauit -L. D, Campbell woo iu ine jbprjngtK bummer or 4oo4 was in itiated s Know Nothino at Waahington citv, tnd then es he boasted imported or tronaterred the r iMstiiutioB" out to the Miami Valley, to aend bim' back to Congress t , Was it the Lewis IXi' Campbells wbo tbe other nichi smote bis breast and- declared that be -never joined an order and then denied it.i Indeed And yet a Lewis D. Campbell en 4he 3d day of March 1865, on the floor of tbe House Representatives, in debel Ueclsred to John Cv Breckinridge, lliat he " knew nothing aoout inn oiuer i is. it toe mn wbo nve mottthsrebieus aat fin the Third Quorterly aieeuug or uie oiaie touucii ol Unto, ' Sai was one of its busiest members f ' The mm who instead o( jplinug nnon his return home, either the - Kojaville- or Hamittoir coiwell. sneaked tip- lo "Colitnsvllte" twelve miles Out Irom those towns find eurolled himself " voiiiRSTitre couut-ii io. our." and sat as delegate from it in the Cincinnati Slate Cnun cil in Oc tolier 185-1 f This brought him (Mr, i V.j to a p'jirilin reply1. As to the charge i bvirij; a rnetnfier of tht:' order",'be had alteady1! ..... i .- said an ne nan to. say. oo thai subjjt, low, ititsiionaiole ilandervrg who were itisin- in 1 pi In btl TbeAlitr all the leKible ihrcaiji which -hml maair-of-.u fasting Letn goaded lor sating it, couldn't even agree cmorrg theft!-- selves as to the place where and the time when., bome put it at the Phillips House, pyvatelyf tome at the Montgomery House in nu- iniige; oiuers si- naininon, ami some in Rtssvillr, though non he believer), had laid the venue at CuHrhseife. let there was a rex-oid kept, it is taid of every initiation and the nnme of the members recorded and those rernrds are in existence. But snothet foul slander bad been mode, about which he had a good deal more to say, since it bad come now from the mouth of his competitor. Mr V., had no lime to fuse upon " Tray, B'anche ami Sweet Heart, the little dogs and all " wlib burKed nt bim. He found now a responsible rtjdWSer wbavhsd not scrupled to'rej,ieut the oliarge that he (Mr. V.) had in 1854 carried m-rtijieote in one pdeket that he was a Ktiow No! blng, and an affidavKof his omi in the other thai be never bad been. Now a nrore reckless and' malicious falsehood never before had been fabricated about any olie. It was a He, a wicked Lin; and LiAvrg Davis Campbku. kksw that it was e fi when' be went down to the fuller to pick it up ami repeat it. And, air, (aaidMr. V.) if this "fighting man " don't ilka ibis language, he "can meet me at the Clifton House," or if he tlnnka the weather ia cooler (heie now than in July, and if be has anything to " negotiaie," he will find rne at the north-west corner of First and Ludlow, or in Clegg's Building n Third Ue?t where thai maguihcent triumphal Arch baa just been elected, and " respectable man " as I am " iu time of peace," 1 shall not invite him to Canada.! .. .... Of all men in the District, Mr. V. said, Lewis 0. Campbell ha. i the but right to know that the charge was false. He was the vert ham who through a loot of his.- ha I fb'occhko me certificate, and icAie ae 'Dir. V.) ntvtr hid tetn to tlm don. On- Saturday, October n ISot, one W iiliarn Murray. President of Xossville Council came up in the cars to Day- inn, s'npped at the fhillip's Mouse, procured the certificate referred lo from the President of one of the Dayton lodges, and carried dwu lo Hamilton to Lewis D. Campbell him self. Before Hi is, Campbell had been riomi nited by the Order in Butler and Preble. Ibey were bound by oat i to vote for him. And if only now the charge could be slatted nut lie lilt, v.) was a member of ibe oider. ht Democrats. Foreigners and all other anli- Kiiow-Noiliiugs would he driven off, and a ' nice thing made of it." Thie was the plot, he uase couapiracv that had bein concocted 1 he certificate thus procured waa taken be fore Kossvilie Council ihat nighl, and a bond. bill, said lo have been written by Cempuell himself. (Mr. V. had a printed copy belore mm) gotten up in whieh 'il membeia state that "they had seen evidence" (meaning the veiy certificate thus procured) thst.Mr. Val iundigham was a Know Nothing.' Il was re potted nlso and upon good authority that some ol the twejity two cbiected to makintf Mie oath an tl.at Campbell promised lo procure absolution," or wntethmg like it at the m.-x mecting-of the State Council; and the pro ceediugs of that body showed that he did bring the mallei before them a few weeks ef terwarda. Now,, was cot this a pretty bnsi ness lor-tnis.Puin who proleu-es le hate th csuiia and abhors the Catholics -so-' -much who last winter discovered Ihe nigger and iwo yeiirs ago tlie roue " in the wood Dite ! This b mlliill had been printed oti Ihe Sabbath nno circulated Subbath night all everHUtle county, i ppeoring thus Ine very day before he election. Two friends had come tin from Hamilton in a buggy on Sunday (there being no train that day) and advised him (Air. that some sort of conspiracy was on foot.. Ha oo K the tram the next rimming snd arriving at tfamr-IIoB, tminediaiely issued a bandbil -enouncing lb- whole charge m a lie front be ginning to end ; and the next morning made his so, en. u uah that he never had belonged the order at' any lime, i si any place or in an way, or had any connection with it. He then returned sad immediately demanded a state me ut from the Piesident who had Issued tbe certificate,' of the how and the why he 'bad come to do it.' Iiiaejcusf for it was that hod beeb procured by Iratid and misrepreseo la lion, and that Le thought he waa going do him (Mr. V) a service. J he affidavit the President he had before bim, and it com pletely relieved him (Mr. V.) from all impli cation m tbe matter, It undertook a ho lo explain bow and why this i'residclil of the Council, without an KiiowleL'ge,'connivnnce or consent on his (M V.) psit and wbile he was absent from the city, had volunteered to slate in .the kdg nn elsewhere and hi other ways, thai he (Al V.) wss c-OMiieoted with the eider I oh' to ex onerute bim from all euuititicity m the matter. And he wanted it here uudeislood once lot all, that be did not intend 16 be responsible lor either, trie wicked lubrications of enemies, or the thoughtless aud over tealoas conduct and decorations of friends, and still less for garbled, perverted mt misri-pierenled Conver sations of bimtelf. 'This affidavit and htsi own had been published a few daya siter. aad took plea&ure in saying that tbe Dayton Ga zette (edited then by Ma. Jouings, now the wotthy Mayor of the city) had tisnsferred them lo its columns with the statement that they were entirely sslHactory, and an end the vhole Uiiirge, Una waa manly and he had been-obliged by it. And so the matter had rested until irresponsible, leckless, abandon ed men-end newspapers, for mere political purposes, bad dug it up and brought it forth reeking in its own rotienuess, where, if were nut a candidate, it would have slumber ea ar.d perished forever.. v -m-m Bui M(, Vallandigliam wnsot done with it. On the Monday before the election Camp bell's frynds stimulated by him and lelying on hia flse ceitificele, were betting freely that he, Mr. V. was a Know Notbina. Several the principal atakes weio' put into the hands of Thomas Milliken of Hamilton, and the de cision of tlie mailer left to kw (Mr. It.'a) own oath. He went down a few days aflet Hsmillon for that purpose. Col. Scott, now one of the' Republican candidates for Supreme J u dro, wag calleN In hymen who had bet af firmatively, to see '.bat all waa right; be as a aorl of umpire, .and after a full examina tion of the mntiei under oath, Mr. Scolt and Mr. Milliken at once and without hesitation, deoiued the bets lost by Campbell's friends. It was true however ... that sonia of the losetg were mean enough lo sue to recover back, one dl I bent had been beaten- in a trial by Ju rv. before a niogistrate, notwithstanding Statute. , , . i -Such wss a plain snd true larrafrve of bask; and infamous conspiracy lo fasten on toe -charge ol avrtow iNotniutitm ' He came now to another irwilteN ' fie hesitated whetbtt self respect did B'tt forbid hia policing the statement in the niortiing pers of one ;0. R, Efpiph,', Thceiatement was ii) atlly and , ruliculoiis in itself that l.Ar,'ll, n.rilv.) M,tllp .v.n t it M'.m I.U. ;......., uv.,vh,b.., a,.... vie. a aaa,. week ami urged on bv threats of proscription. he bad consented to sell, whatever of sou be had. for a mess of nottBre. And what did the sistement amount lo r That he,1 Mr. V. in e rerlaio conversation wilh Ins Espirh, prior to the eleolion of t8S4Uold im that "b. Mr, V. waa ali light," VTtell, said Mr. v.. I was all riiihtalwsys have been II right; always bop aeexpebt to be all right. - Everybody ealjs himself "right." Meet Frremouter, he's right a Fillmore man, he's right, a Democrat, he's particularly iiht. e are at) right sir, "on the goose quest ion." Why, sir, the other day I was In Middletown nd met my old Free Soil friend Stephen Gif- ii. IU a.iltcJ)iiiiH A boli lion Mi." aa Ueirit ii, lib caluTTItem. bnl a real, out and out hon est, conscientious Freesoilec, and he ssul to Oie,"V'el Vallaudighsm, yon'reall right on the slavery question, of curse 1" Certainly, said I, I am. And 1 waa and 1 am. But what now would ou think of Mr. Griffin, or a by stander, who should gravely undertake lo prove from this couvaisation' that I was an Abnlitimiut . And yet 1 am pursued oighl and day, said Mr. V. by a little band of .con spirators cad desperadota, and have been for weeks who are mousing and noising about the eye and sutlers every where in tbedutnot striving lo.piucure faUe statements and ever lo luliorn perjury against me, and wbo are at, last, e niei.t to take up with such silly trash am) stuff as this statement. As lo being "posted," Mr. V, said be was posted, and well pos'.ed at that. Sit, it was my business lo be posted. . I slwaya waa post ed about every political organ nation that came up, and should certainly have been very green not to keeps look out for tbia the most sudden novel and exuaord nary parly evr heard of vvby, air, I even count myself prettv well potted in at tha "grips, signs, and passwords" of this Republican Firmool patty, aud have no doubt thai if I bad "the easy virtue" of my competitor,.! could "work my way into it" at any time. But when, this "Orange Peel" E-picb would have people pelieve that he ex amined me and found me perfect in "the un- Mriiien work ' of the order, he must.. locate he examination. in some less public place thaa I he ttrettt of Deytun ond in front of tht Phil- lipt Uuuee. ... , , i . .. (Cenenaiua in eur next.) J. C. Fremont on the Rack—The Dissecting Knife Used—A Speech that Every One Should Read—Daniel S. Dickinson on the Stand at Buffalo, September 9 Uenttiont and f..r the same reason lb Ket.ril.lt five cans ate entitled to exclusite ught lo own it to ol lie of be of to sal and tbe this him had Hon. Daniel S.. Dickinson appearing on the stand was loudly cheered. The following from the Buffalo Courier, is a summary of his speech: '. ' He asid that he had just returned from a tour in what vvoa formerly the Great West, aud that ihe best of feeling pervaded the Ucioocratie ranks in Uhio and ludiana, HU Mots and Michigan. Uo bad seen some of tbe largest and nioM tffeciive meetings in bis life, and he bad been something ol a campaigner. Within the last week he had spoken nine times iu the open nir, and was fatigued. At these meetings the people bad met to discuss the principles now ugil tmg tbe public mind. tins election is no ordinary one. It 'uses higher, spreads wider, end is more, far resell ing in it' results than any other in which the people have ever participated.; The great questions of internal improvements, currency, land., the independent treasury, have all been settled by the, Democratic parly in its mire b of progress. Ail ae leading measuies of tbe country nioiecled by the Democratic party, noweyer inuvh Tesmted by the opposi lion, not one bus tailed of success, and so ful ly have they been approved, by uot only our own.paity. but by on r -opponents, that ibey would not change Ihtm ur obliterate tbem if they had ttje power. Looking over the pus; and on the tuture, we hove a right to ask indulgence for the arguments in favor of the Deiiiooratic party, and to ask our opponents to Meat with --respect our present measures snd policy, and to eoine. ug qiid auslain Ihe principles we propose. It is not to be denied that great question i-i belore the people. - It ia a question that has been belore the people frtun tbe first, aud hitherto, Ibe patriotism of Ibe people baa al way. been sufficient for the occasiou. In tbia st'rugle, candidates are necessary aa the ex ponents of principtS. U this waa merely a question of men, of public patronage, 1 would not cross the Wreel to decide between them, were lli e candidates respectable men. ' I ui there are questions beyond-these, the moat prominent of Which ia,. "Bbll tbe principles of this. Government be sustained t" To measurer- are proposed, diametrically oppo site. Both Cannot Tie correct." One is good itiid one evil one ta true and the other false. The masses of tbe people must judge, between them.- They are honest they bays no bad motives ihey do not desire that any other thin a good government shall be imposed up on ihem they want it pure. They may be deluded end deceived; but wo tq the riders that- trample tbem down, for they will rise i their might and crush them to the earth. ' If has been said Ihat par.ie are br'okeh up and old party line obliterated. . This is only partially true,, . The Democratic patty is. going on in its strength, The opposition only is broken op. Their good' have came to' ua their bad, where are they I -There is a parly aelf-bspiieed ," Republican "-it is called Black Republican, but I will oat style it coss a matter of laste but the men who compose it are not Republicans, they are Honarchtitt. I hey have come into Ibe field wilb- their prin ciples in! made their nominations. We have iiuniinated s man for his fiuirssj tbey a man who does not pietend to be . acquainted with affaira of State. .When called upon to give his qualifications for Ihe Presidency, they tell ol his exploits in the snows of Sierra Nevada, on the Kocky Mountains, ef bis physical en' durance and his eating unsavory ties ta.- tjer, rit Smith, when complained of . for not re-1 maiuiiig in hia seal to vote against the Ne braska Bill, when bis health would not per mit, said if, bis constituents wanted a lepra aeniative for bis power of endurance '.hey had better elect an Indian.. So if we would nora inate a President on ibis ground, why uot) tskt this kind of a Native American or better still, Kit Carson, who had been- more noted than Fremont fot the privations he bad endur ed and .the explorations be had Blade. Tbe Speaker alluded td other illustrious travelers, and said distinctiona of Ihrt sort had not be fore bten considered recornmer.ilslions for the Preaidency. And yet all tha fitness far this office claimed for him is Ihe batdihipa he bss Undergone. But ihe Republicans are entitled to Fremont by ibe highest title known In the civilized world lA right of dittan)ry. . Dis toveiers are entitled to.lhe land, bich the pie Ihe first to set foot on t autbora-have the exclusiva right in tbe books Ihey write, whe tt,t thei there is anything rt thm or not; inven- -I'ln.t ... ..A ....I . M.Wnnnl. Ikl. n....l..A .,,B a. , a. oc.UlCU m KIVHUI a I U' II I.IUIIIIU' Fremont. 7iTr Uteoiered km. The cry is Fremont and Freedom f 8uppose-ttiere' bad been ne Fremont where weurd tbeirwatch word nea ba - They wenM have ' 'Hop for a aaarnn bad tbe world farawelll IndrreedomstifleVedasJ.C frenwut fell." They vsy Fremont is' idem ifiad' with the cause of freedom. i bea I ; where r Wss il in the eay-iime ot -night-tiuitf . By sun light or by moon light t . During "the twenty one daya h waa in the Senate be voted agaiust Seward, wbo ia atyled tbe great champion of freedom. He ia not identified wlib the Cause of freedom by his public service, not by hia speeches,, not in his hiuory. The only de velopment 9f hil.freedom is in his phrenology- Wby. then,' was he" taken up f The Whigl bad refused lo. become Sectional, and a class of men bad set Iheir faces towsrd the publia tresiury, which tbey woishipped wiih all tbe devotion of an Eastern idolaiiy. These men took up Fremont aa gamblers lake up a dummy, add pow tbey must, play .bim put. He answer the purpose thai tha nirdiura doea lothe bptril-rappeTs-i-lAejl fop through ii'mi,t" 'Tbey say tbe DeiDocialie part go lo attend slavery, especially into the new tctrftornsi uhatit is composed of bsd men, destitute of piiilantnropyr out tnsy go lor rremont aui PyxDox ! The Democratio parly has been in power tbree-foartha of tbe time' since -the Union was formed. What nation bss ever bsd such unexsmpled success, and It haa all been accomplished by tbe carrying oul of principles so plaiu that man ma " run aud read ; while our opponents' principlea are such that a man WBorsoWt mil run., The Democratio party for lbs extension of .slavery. There were once thirteen colonies, all- slave col nies. Subsequently the colonies became States, nd of these twelve were slave Slates and one free. Now, there sie thirty-one States, fifteen of which tolerate alarery. The number of slave Stales baa increased three, the number of free Stalea fifteen. In addition slavi-rv is maolicallv abolished in Delaware. hilifciilucky, Maryland, Missouri snd Virgin-, ji'iilavery. ia fast fading out. And yet these men tell ns that it will oversptead the coun try. The slave-trade is abolished, and if sla very spreads it can only spread from a Stato . into a Territory. It cannot spread much without being as thin as boarding-house biesd and butter. Slave labor cahuol compete with free labor. . Tbe free man does aa much as lie can, the slave does as little. The one is a free agency, tbe other moves only as it pro pelled. Slavery is all the' while receding, and, left to tlie lavs of nature, it wilt recede for all nine to come. . The Fathers of the Republic found slavery in exiateuce, and they saw thai it was no wort with a Union than without a Union. It bad been planted here by Great Britain so deep that the blood of the Revolution could not wash it out., Tbey framed the Slates. each independent, deriving its sovereignty from the people, having exclusive jurisdiction over its" local legislation; and these Stales formed a Union toeatsbluli justice, to promote tranquility and to extend the pless.ii.gs of civil liberty a Union which has brought so much good to us and to counties millions of human beings, uy the teims of ibis contederation, New York haa uo more juiisdiclion over the citizens of other States than overthdse of Can ada. This may be illustrated, by a copartner ship between two itierchsnts, oneiTresbyte rian and the other a Methodist. . Tbey go into bu.siness for their mutual advantage in a spe cific direction! but this partnership gives one uo control over the religious opinions of the o her, or no power to direct how he, shall em ploy his share of ire profits ortneir business. In this case, we have no right lo mieriere witb Virginians sn long as tbey discharge their duly under the Federal compact. Let them abulish slavery in their own time and manucr, as h did in New. York.-; - The Democracy hold that if a man is not capable of self government I e is not capable of governing others. W hold (bat a territo ry of people know wpal is best lor ihem bet ter than a community three thousand miles off can. Thd people i it the territories dd not de rive their right of self government, from man, but from God notjroir Congresses or Parlia ments, bui from Above, -r ' " A Territory or a State has the inherent right to govern itself. Tbia questicn waa decided in the contest between the Colonies and George HI, in the Revolution. But a party has now men up that clinks the old chains of ' George III about us,' and this, too, in the name of freedom ! Do they suppose this can-' be called freedom ? It is the most abject sla very. They say became a Territory is three thousand miles away, it must be governed by Congress, and this they call freedom! This i the Ireedom which rremont, the god of the Republicans, hos come down from the sun to ltscb the Yankees, as an Eastern divinity does to teach the I ncas. There has been wrong doing in Ksnsas; out it is a wonder there has not been more. And . slavery men meeting Pro slavery men in the' field, e ch spurred to madness by mutual l.vuntsand recriminations, there could not but be outrages, These we condemn and disap-' prove of in the name of bite. The Democratio party wants these men punished tbe ssme as crime is punished in Buffalo. Il wants I her standard of law and justice erec'.ed, and every man judged and punished by it. But the Re publicans are insiigating these outrages and then crying out against them. When sum moned lo the bar of public opinion, tbey ery out ".bleeding Kansas," snd go on rectuiling lor ihe war. They have, in ninny instances,, employed the pulpits as recruiting stations for Kansas. Preachers of tiur l.oly religion, fol lowers of Ihe meek and lowly Jesus, have drabbled their high robes in the filthy pools of pontics. He would yield lo uo one in bis res pect for clere;men ; but vben they forget their vocation, and under the oovsrof morsli-, ly aud Cbristianiiy preached treason snd dis union, he would unmask them. He called upon them to Cast off their cowls and come out like men and meet ibe quest mil, or to hold their peace. - The Constitution gives to every) man tbe rigbt to worship Cod and Ibe enjoy? merit of ins political opinions; but when clergymen undertake' to curse men in the name of tbe Almighty lor their adherence lo' law, it waa time lo expoat-them. : t The, difficulties in Kaitsaa arc nothing more,, than might be expected under the circumstan ces.1 'The tawa there ate not, however, to bo ' held ttspousibi for them- As -well might wa fers wear shaving because men aotnelioies cuVt their thioata with razors ; or denounce matri mony because ill -trien do not live happily witb thtii -wtves. How king is ii sine build ings were burnt, processes of Is w resisted and outrages committed in the New .York, grow-'1 ing oul of the anli-rerlt difficulties! 1 Yet the Republicaoa ckI not form a parly to take pc-- sesaroa of tba General Government in conse-t qnerjoe of them I Look at Rbode Island in. the lime or Dorr a rebellion I It bled why did the) not go down and regit la le tbe distur- -bance i .There waa thf whisky insurrection i in Pennsylvania i but tney did not interfere , they let the. whisky bleed op. Even now. California is under foob law.' Citizens are' hung or banished at the pleasure of at Irre-t sponsible cominitIee.",.The State Government ia Overriden. Are our Republican friends, like the rods of Baal, astern or eone or journey I . Why don't they come forward t , I il because it cannot be made stock in trade for thenvf , ,. . v ' ' - '-,, Trt 'speaker here slludeil lo the treason.,-' t!e coarse pursued by the Republican wiihv regard le these Kartsaa difficulties, end ssii, they would continue till tbe compel or the spirit of tha gospel,' ti-1 tha law or the spirit of the. lew till rUet or the apiri of enr , ruled supreme in Kansas, and then blood wjU be stanched. No" good could coma of thja sectioiisi crusade. Were tbe talevrhuldera Ihe'" rimst -d-if4ed penple ia. the world am w were goin to wsr wilb them, we could not de - St fourth jngt )