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VOL. X NEW SERIES. , COLUMBUS, OHIO, IHURSDAY MORNINa, SEPTEMBER 1863.- ' - NO;r70. iy The OMo Statesman: Daily, Tii-WeeklyWeekly1. vulIM o "r n .turn?. (Inesriablj in Ainanet.y SCO Xe ESTABLISHED' 1760 ' '' ' ii ' Peter lorillard, i Snuff and Tobaoco Mannfaoturer, ii. i ... Of W . Oktbw Street, WewTarW z ii!1!!! J1.' "nUo dealers td the artlelel of jy:: :: t ,,; bbowk ururr. ilrrd. Fare Virginia woen winH()H, Kaellltoenee.l lata. .,.. Ai,.J. m TEILOV BStWJJT !:.' High Tout Scotch, f,e,B Honey Dm Boottb Xrleh H lgb Toe, t, FieiJ8ootcb.,...-, or Iiuadyfoot, . JiJ" ATTIT10 tl' CALLS . TO TBI UMI tlSVOTUI laftucae o Vim-Cut duwixe aMo BMotroe ToBaaMei BM0KI5O. rwa-otrr cHiwiKa., bmokins j -."' P !. or pUIa,' 8. Jin, , . o Ciwiidlih, or Bweit, BpinUh. " . . owtt Boon tod Oraooco, Oaouter. -.. ."w. 18 TiBollOTB41ilj. larklih BlXed, QraaalkteU. .'r "IwoUr t prkfi will b nl aatppllot iMir-v"1'-U; ' " ' .y.; PILES! PILES I YS.QrZMtifa'l Vegetable PUla i asi,vU' Art varrtadiorta!DOrror ' - IsiMpUlatto Mold thi bn of uterMl applmtlooi. 4JM a4 ffou pwmwfirt onto , ' ' "ma w no Quaor ntuiciflE. nnifpliniiTi boo trMfo tb Uit leyea Tri. ul la bo isitaaco haro My flJ to care. Ptice SO miUmto,i Mot be lull toHr iUnn. Ttif' uir-JXOUJIO Pfo Motor. ; no;-48l Brokairty,ir, X, " WALWORTH HOUSE, ASJOTRIMai'. T. OJITTSAL, BHORB. AM . IBM AAILBOAB PIPOXd, BUftALO. tb . . 2TU AfsK OraMnimt Hott ( A CUy. " ' '1 no Wtdfwotth BettM ku reoenlly been ralatod, X FNoeoodaad rofnralibed tbronibeat, ma4 hi bow ttpo of the belt appointed Uoutei lo the State, lie prezi imir io no pnccipai nauroaa Depot reDdejra It parttei July Aeatrabla taftrarelert aa a etpplur claearvhlla boaoM oontlfaooa to Kallroad Devote eao attach iott4 raafoBforawlllobeerra the Uwite o eoUrtoa tUda Pot- fopb ; ob itha right-hand aide I doag tonf ea the . w Hiv om wrrj uiim waica nee tfxuta 71" """'j ann auoma la eaanf ul batten. 1 rood BetUrant leattaehM t. ih. r.u at the ead o the Deaot. . Aoooasaodatlose lor three han' ofiu-dOm OounttPfdati6d Obmmirsibif House " Miller,; ft Oarponter, , N 8 JJritf Buildif$, Nob Ytk, (S00; rFi.. " ' igtJn Slrttl), Sttl0rMlSa4 MU Floor, flre'la, fButt.r.'lart! . 1 ..fheeoa. afge, Pork, teedi, Dupe, Beaae, Dried fralia, Poaltry, ttame,ato. Oaah tafraoced: oa ahlpnenta,' and prompt retarnl aooale. fert for oar Prtee Oar re hi Int. i tomaaiicmi PreeklMt of be Irrlof Bank. . T, Oltyi Freeldest of M, T. Ik B. Bailr Co.; Uonld !lW.:X-1i Baldwin" tao.,' tow ten Ohtei B. I. Monrer. Im.. Qenera, (M.lo; M. 0. Urot- Teur,iaiianceTUe, Wli. , . .,, M FDRNITUKEmwaFACTO toob fiihbr; mavin pvr! i rtaaaoy th entire .etock' aid 1 boilnen of Ueatre. ahoMlngar'Je' Broird to the twrnlture- Mauufkotory, K6;u16! South' High StrVeti .SAME BTAND'ASEEEETOrORE and toUeitf the euto of the old patrooe of the Mtab Itabaeniand the pnbllo generally r All baelneaiwUlbe PUNCTUALLY A1TENDED Toj ' M4 Vornltariaiaaa(ktdrd or repaired promptly to- oordlbrtooMef'x i .4..l ,J. ,ik . 2saXwaloaiHadmabtulneoei)raB ' UrLdoxtalx.oir, taittah nm glViVn4P'0fflpt attention.' tlilli: ' .ft .1 nMOl to 178! glTlnt ohoKe arr ik tuicmikl X - of either the Shuttle or Doable-Look Btltcb.ee of tola asd pilot Call and eoa them or teed for f"'.-. I 'Itf T aKV';fO0S ' ISO Btitlfonsl "treel, Oolumhai. 1 !l't t F MHi Atoos aoglWJa MkDttfaot(irer, Cleveland, Ohio. .. . . ' '""jA . ' atw aitauH j BDNIINO FLAG!,1 ;T MC8LIH FLAQ8 All trrea at TerJ low . .' ratei. UT&ii for circular. MuefkiiMkilO-0 .. . . r niu.1 a yvui- 4 -alTBt PUBLISHED! 'Tha Wofldigliaiil -.Song Joofc r a" ,;. "ii i ii ji . ii hi' i ji ii i Vi. oota no biwienywilehi IjI aiV Urn i.nii i i u otfioiVifrji . l" " WAMlBe C0. . rfuftJM .TAJl .A f .WUkara, Oolmabw, 0 J rllMaBvViiaOfflc1F,i;-t;i:';' . I f .t iT 7 - ' - ....... " 10 j lino r'.Tr ,i''!V.'.ii . ti 'rt '' .:a 't f ru.f r-i ti I 41 White t? Black Patege Mahtle's JuBT opined by . BAiFf&Boir. r WOrOT South High itreat.l - Gents' Paper '(Collars. BAIN ft (Off .1 PlainBlai2kSilR:g.: :a.Ji.--J Hw low moat wperb qoalltlee. " : X !' .: BAIN Ac BAIN SOK. Elegant Point Lace Collars and ;l' ,!! Sets,!. ; i VAllNOIlNNIg liea Handkerchief!.. It N BAIN Ac SOIV. Invisible Hair Nets. F IBBNOB FAKB. Tenet. Wotob and Ueehjulo Ooruti. nnUmbrellae., FaruoU. Bilk at&ntlee. Silk 8aoquei. Alexandre'! Kid Olom. 1 Betiery. I Wbbon. , Uoaj. Llniaf. ) M MAIN SON,- 'm So, SB Boatb High itieot The Imperial Shirt. BOTI' maranfCouaw:;:'' : ' ' -'- ,' Troon. Flaaunl kfaUta. - Qeata Ilea. Ooiian. vAmr a. OenU' FtymUhlng Oojdi, At povolir piioeat ' I BAIN A: SON, j.lyU3 - . -V?8Wffl?,H BROOKS, STEARNS & CO., WBOWIAtB AMD IXTA1X DtALIU IN ' j OTE AHD STAPLE OROCaiEg, Foreign tS; Domestic Pniits, ' .. " ' .... I CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR. S Pure WJnes and Liquors, j ros jjtjiij'oiNAX mroBi's. ' . j Oouatry Frodace tacei U tclitoi for Ooodi. I NO. S73 80UTA Hioi? STREET, j Oo1tizxx1cxisb Olxlo. All flood. AallvaVMl frMnt kIi.mmi ..... . ... . II.. - --i-t .... w. ivwu iii,i w City. a) Bawd w. bbooeb.1 ' Ittm VTBAklll, V if. atnioii, ) . i ! dec7-tf V. B. 6LA2IEB, ' Agent, t trxtt wiiTjjwr'r.'ii.ii-a . I w a jjm i mn i.kravaj, atjotion; oalb, AMD ' "I commission Roqiyis. ftm. 134 aeata rcultt 8frt; : Oppodto the kfarket Houi. I Int BOW Dronaiejd la taeelva an tlnnmlMlQa- all Unda of property. -' I Old aad bow larakaro fiOnSHt AND BOLD. I FaiHaolu attaatlaa 4t tm Uia Ml. f nnoa Had VatoDi aad Oariiaoee, ind Bonaabold, aal Klletien Farnltare. MoafetlM ooantry pronaptly attended (a! W. R. tCE H T, f I XJOTXOJjlJiiJJbt. 1 AtJCnON, SALES, V j . , ...i .i j . , i pti j ' AMD . j COMMISSION ROOMS, no. 102 novra Hio.a btbebt. I AM bow prvpamA U reoelt on Commission Trf HJBVv4a.ltftB txt .Anaaia a,a TlraH AAJJ. A.... ve.e-enfaa yiuirBla. pitVAk s J TVVVA) V oertoe,XiqiMT, Fojmitai OarrlKoa. Borata, eto. I . i.iHinirai u orrete By attention to mici or ei Bltate tad Foraonal Innuti. at anv nolnt. within twenty mUea of the city. , ' , i nrmcium aaiea every cronlng. i vuu.if,nuiniia reepecuaiiy ooueitea. . . .-... I hen. a large room oyer au aaloa room, for atoran parpeiei. . ( KeonBancroft A flo. J. A 1. 1. Miller J i. t. wooaoary oo, , Butler, Brother Co. 1 i W. H. AeiUeaazt. .,!;f I . mayio-ly . , . , , i Stone A Lewie. : I John Oeary A Bom Glena A Thrall. ( NEIL Un'" -j ;:' i, t "'i'i - l,'V' ' '.lill'-- lull'- .I.f 111 Ji'fc VU!..''..lJ Sit ,riia rvP"l.fM-n.i.,.J.. Im ow Kedjr fenr tt t XlexMptiOn of aU V J ..,;) ss r;V :if,v; ;jm'i1U.I1 JOB. I. 0raMISO, Aaayr, urt. i ,;, . ni aeptuj-au-atr ' t- -; j , , -: -. . n I mm OAW m02fIlLi o-lll .ii . i..QFFOiirA'TAt ratal1' i i ii-; .it'if.v 111.' -ill li II.V1 nmn ou; lA'BLiiairty Airt irtt't 'kWowh X ikew,drlnrtha mat baa bara Aorouhly Maovatody .aarwlawo;a4 tedojralaboa In a atyka both ooaorkl nl liut, aa tkaa wofeal weii aaaaitw (bat Uvea who tteor i with A oall ertll. Bad ail the oowftrkj ennawn w a ua;eua ttoua. ' 'aetll-dtjr ' i'1'"'" rjcj' -laxPB.BTnBjf aajaWtis vgfjjc Aaiit biaaniN r. yoaci KEWJEft VmX2IAJif FORCE, Attlicscii, iVItolpnjwtilair, CMfle,No 11' MaaoniQ BvildiAff, fill ITffll, ' l7.iaVaa)BJa 1,1 4 iitjn Ut fari iffrrti IJ riA vir.t-jsi.i.'J.avA 'i. iC Fiaattoa la the atataOoBrta, aad alio la tkCB . . -oa aiaaia mhbji uuaaji aa Bapceaia ajaauay. i vn tmi3wrl'iPWy' w.m?w "li.'i'ffri 7 -"IT AL-AJ::i-Jl"a"'',1t'Ml h jk , raanit)iia iiann, Balr WatUht .naajpooaitw v nwxasa uteauns Beioea, : a uauW a MtOXU. wlkea, BkUaftatto, wia'ba'ihaj fcii' tht WMfloai i'aadOhWreaBaa; aoMtifttbeet Warm tvni CIl rafOis w t hid . n , I iytoi. [From the New York News.] Freedmen in the North. Abashed by the oeotai aUtlctlci 01? 1840 and 1850, New Enelind, exotptlng Abode. Island aad Conneoilcat, la bt llats of mortality for lb tear eadiog witb 1859. has omitted to give tht color of her deceased population. Enough, however, oin be gleaned, not only In regard to the email tenure of the uesro'fl life anions bla pjeudo-frlenda of toe North, bat of bla pauper ism, vloe end crime, to aatlefv all fair-minded men that the itatus of tbo freo negro la. in all reepeotB.'very far below that of the slave la any of the Southern States. - la 1850, there were in New England 23,221 negroes and mulatto-; of tbese toe ratio of mortality in the aRtrrenaie waa oue in alxty. lo order that thla ratio may oompare aa favorably aa poPBioio who tnat ot id eiavea, the live old lave 8 ia toe of Marjland, Virclnla, North Car- ollmt, Sooth Carolina and Georgia, though not the moat favorable to the health and looneviGy ot the negro,' may be selected aa giving the nearest approximation to New Copland la tile ooaditloneof ollmate. Agaloit New England's one death io every six 7 ameng free ne groes, these fire old slave Stales give one la every alxsy-icar eiavea. For the aame period of time, there er, reepeotWelj, among the free oegrooi of New Engluud, dncqb or deaf, one in every thres thousand and five; among tne Bbutnern slaves, one in every e(x thoBiand five hundred and fifty-two. In Now England there was one free negro blind for e. ery eight hundred and aeventy; among the Sonthern alaves, one for every two thoosaud six bundred and forty-five. Iomue or idiot, among the free negroes of New England, there waa one for every nine hundred and eighty; among the Southern tlaves, ono for every three thou sand and eighty. Bat the difference by no means ends here By the Stale Regittiles of Rhode Ialaud and Connecticut, where the die tinotion of color has been specified for the cen sus of I860, the annual deaths of the blaeka and mnlattoea have considerably exceeded the births. In the city of Providence the ratio ef deaths among the negroes has been one in ev ery twenty.tonr. Id Boston, daring the five years ending with 1859, among the blacks and mnlattoee tbe number ef births was one loss than tbe number of mairiages, and tbe deaths exoeed tbe births in the proportion of nearly two to one. Yet these are the cities which, of all others lo the United States, offer the highest rewards of sooial position and equality of prlv lieges to the negro. . The poverty and pauperism of free negroes Is so patent to every body that several of tbe free States have prohibitive eoaotments against tbem, and no criterion is aoy where to be foand In tbe condition of slaves with wbtoh to com pare the every where evident destitute' condi tion of the Northern free negro. ' Vloe and crime are the legitimate consequences, and to this tbe census statistics bear ample evidence. In 4850, of one hundred and fifty thouaaad one hundred and foity-two negroes, North, there were four hundred and ecventy-elgbt. or one la every three hundred and ten, Io.JjII, while of the whole slave population of nearly three and a half millions, Sooth, there were but three hundred and twenty-three, or one in ten thonsand, criminal slaves, agaioBt one la three bnndred and ten Nerllieru free negroes- " That freedom to tbe negro every where means idleness, is so manifest that It would be an Insult to common sense to dwell upon it. Yet there are some men, and from amctg such the Freedmen's Inquiry Commission seems to have been aeleotedwho defy all experienots, abrogate au laws, numan ana aivins, who, in short, olaim lo have intercourse with spiritual beings, and to be governed by speoial manifes tations from tbe spirit world. Ordinary men are aooaatomed to costs, and estimate the prob able advantigea of important undertakings be fore proceeding to operate. ' Theory with them is founded on facte. Bnt the Amcrlonn Freed men's Commission,' and the Administration that commissioned them, reverse this' uni versal' rule of sensible men, by flmt adopting a tbeoty end then advertising for facts to bolster it up! Nor is this all. , They have not only resolved upon, butabsoiutely bave ua dertakeo "tbe dlffionlty of eondactlnjr tbe trio allien of four millions of people from a sia'.e of invoJajtary servitude to one or free ooniptnat ed labor," and then pretend to be in search of statiatioo to show the wisaQni ot their course. After laboring for many years fto suppress all facts In conflict with their theory, they at last bring it forward with the tyrant's assumption that "It has become a neceselt) of our national existence." And. In proof of their soil right eous sinoerity, they parade airing of questions aa long as tbepnaiaataues 01 tneir ancient prl nxoeenltors, to cover the deception. We hope that the Administration may yetbe foiled in its Insidious purpose, recently, tor tbe first time, openly deolared, through tbe agency or tbe American Freeduibn's loqairy Uoinmls- sion.( It la evident that failure aoes not enter into the ealonlations of these nnprlnolpled aevo. lutlonista. - They forgel that there la a limll lo human endurance. 1 hougn toe wneei nas, in deed, acquired a fearful volocity In preparing "btllcoks tor the slaughter pen," self-preserva tion is no lees tbe doty if society thau ot the individual. We are yet far from being ready to believe that theAoglo-SaxonMcoof the onue proud United states will ever allow itsoii to ue brought down to level witn tne negro. The Voice of the Soldiers. The Adam (kuntj'Dimieratic Union pub lishes letter lately received from a friend, who h VprfVate In ins' Elghty-ninth 'OMo regi ment: , .. , j IX Camf Univiisitv, Tts Aug-13, 1683, ; Kind Fmiod: Your letter came to hand a faw days sro. and I waa truly glad to hear from yon, for It does me good to hear from a Demo crat, tor l imns tuey are tun vuiy irtentu a sol dier has. - The black-hearted Abolitionists have atoDoed our Demooratlo papers from comiotr to us in this armyrand I do not consider them the friends of the soldiers. They nave treated tne Democrats mean In every respect, e?er sine they got tbem to volunteer; bat la spits ot ail their meanness, we Intend to go on and fljbt for the Union, l nave not seen a uemocrauo paper for the last month, nnlaas i was a pisce of one that my wile Woaldsnal tome occasion ally in utter, we get pituty ot papers cere of the Utk kind, but I can not read them with moon, interest, for they are filled with all kinds of slanders on Vallandigbam and toe Uemoc ra cy, Tbe Abolition papeia are keeping the reb els in good spirits. I They make tne believe that there will De aeput la toe uoim, ana taea they will, gala their independence. . The rebels are badly whipped, aad would givs op If It were not for the 'Abolitionist nuking, them believe there is a d'ivnion la the North. , Bat enough Of tblS; tnXiOUrS,''i . m 'I; .'.t. !--,il''a AootbSf sddler's letter published iu the samo paper Says tiy-'-'' " '' ";",! ' Over ono half of oar com Demooratsi bat no offloers are. nor wJl; they' ever, be,'if lhe'wollrhetk! can help It. I was a yeaiucrat wuen yoiiuiteereu, and no I am-twic ee ltronx w tie laita as I ever was, be(ore.r We have a Bet ot traltori to tuna to nere in tne aoatn, ana tne vemoctatt bsrefntlM bad test to attend to in the; Ncjih. We trill attend t these ; traitors la the' South who oar oiyonete, u jou uemaoiaio wui.ai- w tboee Jtostnara traitors at tne -bailov oxlx i bare beard thai the soldiers were W lntto treta vote' thlS-fall. . I woulrt'lika: imp tbem to get it vote, if, we could hate it 'od .the lojoate,! but I am afraid mere will be too muoi rascality praotlced to bare a fair eleciloa here, and if we cannot have, it oarrled oa fair would rather the soldiers would not set to vote at all. I don't know what thev will think of men voting lor a man that ibex have sent eootn as 'a oonviotei traitor,' nut u t get a chance so vote. 1 will vote for Vallandigbam if I am sbol for it, tor I believe blm to bo a Union man! I am a Union man, and I Intend to fight for It so longss there te a rag or u sticking together, and I want you Democrats t do your duty 'at me D)iiot-D-s mis iau: ::.," So rj9 a soldier of the Army of tbe Cumber' land. - ' - Letter from Robert Toombs on the Rebel Finances. A letter of Robert Toomba.of Uaorala.datflil August I2tii, addressed to the Georgia CoaKi-' fuiiei, hai been received here. , Ills a strong picture of, the dilapidated oooditloa ef the Sjutborn fiaances. It is deplorable intone, sua oaaraotensss tue wnoie system of tbe reb tl leaders as a grand mistake. The following art) citrnuia irom me tetter; Tue Confederate Government have commit ted two radical errors in the manaireaient of our nauneej waioa nave produced oar preset t ta.auiuous conaitioa, ny tne operation of laws of currency us fixed, certain and immutable as ins laws wbloh govera tbe planetary system. ai cue ooginuiug of the struggle we bad larse material reeoarcee and unsoualed elements of puDtto oreait. wo Dor owea goia at par for our bonds, wealth laid iti treasure at oar leet, and poverty itself cUtlmed it a privilege to augment our reeoaroes with its mite. Fol ly has mainly contributed to the drying; of this living fountain of pubiio supply. The fiiat great error waa in attempting to carry on a great aua expensive war eoleiy on credit, with out taxation. When' this revolution commen ced our currency waa in exoees of the wants of sooietyt the proof le that uearlv all Iha b.nka within tbe conleaerate states bad suspended oasb payments and their notes had depredated, Wereiore the first Treasury note whiob was pus in circulation added io its nominal value. Ibis excess each succeeding lesue enlarged, and increased the depredation of the whole tee. This depreciation soon began to man) feet Uself la tbe rise of commodities; yet the Government has unwisely continued dally, by a forocd circulation, to add te this exoees, Increase this depreciation, enhance tue prico of nil the commodities wbloh it is compelled to purchase, and is thus exhausting the national resources lathe ratio of geomeirioal progression. This raluous policy would long since have ran Us ojurse but for the fact that law, Intimidation, and above all tbe ardent, sincere, honest, bat mistaken patriotism of the people bave been In voked to npbold it. But, tbe prloolple being radically wrong, no tinman power could uphold It long, and In spite of all these powerful proofs our national currency Is depreciated more than one thousand per pent, below gold and silver, and four hundred per cent, below suspended ba&X notes, and prioes and payments are rapidly adjusting themselves to tne inexorable laot. I Let us suppose that we bave now five hun dred millions of currency In circulation, worth fllty millions of standard bullion; tbe issue pi an additional five hundred millions of snob cur rency will not add a single dollar to Its valney tbe tnousana millions win ds worm no more than the fire hundred millions were before the last Issue; to wit, fifty millions of bullion. Tbh addition has only depreciated tbe whole cut- reccr by one half, and the depreciation will in. Tailably exhibit I. self In tbe rke of tbeoammig. iliesfur wbloh it was exohanged.' The Gov er? nient, therefore, If it expends the additional lrsas la commodities, loses first the whole amount cf depreciation existing at the begin- nine- and alun all thn additional denraoiat on 1 prooaoea by the aatiy expenditure, ana tne holders lose one ball the value of the notes. The history of tbe ourrenoy of oar enemies since tbe beginning of the war is humiliating lo us. Neither bad foreign credits; both had powerful established State Governments at their back; we were uaited in favor of tbe war, while tbey wero divided. They have kepi twice tbe num ber of men in the field that wo bave npon half the money, and paid their soldiers better than we bave. Their Treasury notes sell ai a dis count of less than thirty per cent.,' ours si more than one thousand. The reason is solely that their Government has better understood and more firmly adhered to the true pricolplos of enrrouay than oars. We must act, and that qulokly. 1 he public In terest f cd the pubiio saiety will no longer allow delay. Oar , resent system Is utterly insupport able. It is upecttiog tbe very foundations of private rights, weakening dally pubiio confidence ttb our cause at home and abroad, sowing dang erous dieoontenis among tbe people wbtoh are daily deepening and widening- Patriotism do mauds that all good men should unite to cor rect these evils. . I Politics in Maine. The following iettor is Mr. Bradbury's accept ance of the nomination fcr Governor, tendered by the late Domooratlo State Convention: -' EASTPORT, Aug. 20, 1863. Ontlmtn: I have the honor to acknowledge tbe receipt of your communication, Informing me of my re-nomlna'.loa as a candidate for Gov. erncr by the Democratic 8tate Convention, and transmitting a copy of tbe resolutions adopted by that body. - '' i I tbank tbe oonvontlon for this mark of their confidence, and aooept the nomination. ,v; l - The harmonious action of the oonventlon, In the unanimous adoption of a series of jadioldas and pairiotic resolutions, oetskena a detormlaa- lien oa too part or tne aumooraoy, regardless of pail differences, to unite In a common effort to arrest the progress of fanaticism and rev olution, and to maintain tbo coaetitutiocal rights of the people against tbe encroachments Of pOWer.'i' .-' . ; 1 1 cannot tail to express my cordial oonour- rence In the resolution complimentary to Hora tio Seymour Governor of the Bute of New xorK. i' wise ana patriotic in pjiloi oomtre- honslve and liberal in statesman! bip-dasatleet in his opposition to tbe illegal and arbitrary acts of tbe present national Administration firm in maintaining the doctrine, that In war, as well as in peace tne Uine.itutiOfl, the great oharter of all oivil and political power of the National Government, la tbo supreme law aucoesaful in resitting; thenefarloa clot to nlaoa too city or anew a or a uuaor maruat law, tnat tbe bayonet might overawe theballou-lotemokt to send the tioops of bis State to repel tbe c vaaion of the soil of Pennsylvania be bat won for bimielf a noble reputation as tbe defender of too ngnta oi toe states ana ot thecoastita- tionat rights at the people. - t , . Adopting the language of the tblrd resolu tion, Z declare that I 'will earnestly support every euoeuHiuouai measare tenaiog to -pre serve too union oi tne states," aud that J "ever bave been the dovoted irlend ef Ibe Con itituilon and the Union," aod "bave no eympa- thies with the enemies of either," whether they are reoeis openiy arrayea in arms to destroy the Government, as at the 8juth, or Abolition. lets insidiously undermining lis oooslitntlonai foundations, at at th North . ; ' 1 desire to aea an, early Mtoratlon of the Union, with tbe peace, prosperity and bappiaess wbion wouia iouow so joyous an event, and 1 believe it to be practicable by the use of the proper means; without wbloh, the future but opens before us the prospect of the Indefinite prolongation of the war. J It is lor thle reason that I am untqaivooally oppossd to the proac cutloQOf the war for the porpoaesf tabiuga tloa aod emsnoipatlon, at now proposed by tbe Republloau party vli la tor this reason that, wbue I would proolalm,el believe tt to be tbe diy : tbw Proeldent tw do.rtbo taosr liberal terms of amnesty to (he sasse ef thvoath, and invite thsm back to their allegiance W the Unioa under their reepeoiive Slate Constltu- S i ii .': i1 r-rr-fiun Die - i.'i.-.i. I a tlooa as existing of the time of revolt, and pr tar t them in their ffl'jrta to that end. I woull alt6 pvoolaim my determination to aot npon the sentiment, sanctioned and sanctified by Andrew Jackson "The Union it must) ilAosktt bis preserved.',' v-- .m .,., . ;.- I . I am in favor of all. proper aod honorable measures of conciliation, and the employment of such military fotee aa may be Moeatary Ip upnoia the uonsiitotioB ana seouro toe. restora tion of tbe Union. ,. , , . . . . . . , . ! Entertaining these views, tl seems hardly necessary for me to say It, bnt that there may be no misapprehension on-thjs point, 1 take Ibis ocoaslon to state exolioltli, that, as Gover nor of Maine,.! should not reoall Ibe troops Of the mats from tbe national army, nor place tne State In opposition to the constitutional and rightfnl authority of the Federal Government; but on tbo other hand, while maintaining tiie rights of tbe State and of the people oi the State. I should endeavor by all means In my power to avert tbe calamity of a collision be tween tbe State and national authorltlee. Such an imputation is a libel upon myself and the Democratic convention which you represent. I In a letter recently written by me, now made public, I presented my views In reference to certain acts and meaeorefl of tbe present Ad ministration, which I now re-affirm. This was done in no spirit of hostility to tbe GoeernewTtf, wbloh I beitt.ly sustain. I agree with Secre tary Seward, '-thai it is essential to tbe stabili ty ot ibe Constitution, and entirely consistent With its provisions to regard tbe Administration at any time existing aa distinct and separate from the Government Itself." j Obedient to Ibe law with reverence for the Constitution with love for the Union we et gage iu tbe contest for their preservation Christian charity and manly discussion not violent deounolation or angry Invective or op probrious epitbeiB or truthless statements we appropriate to tbe solemn ctlala through which we are passing., rearieaeiy yet fraternally malntalaioA therlnbt.lelna trait, that nnderth guidance of aa all-wise Ftovldeooo, our tfforts may lead to tbe restoration of tbe Constitution ana the Union as fashioned by oar fathers, tbeaoeforward to bs "one aod Inseparable" for ever. ...!' I am, gentlemen, with great respect, . Your obedient servant, BION BRADBURY The Practical Workings of the Federal Conscription. The Springfield (Masr.) Rtvublican a ski aad answers this question In an article from which we take tbe following. '" I The daily reports of the resnlti of tbe draft throughout the country prodooe the gem ral Im pression that It Is a failure; that It will not add materially to the strength of onr armies, and tbal it will cost more than It Is worth.' This Is not absolutely true, but It must, tie confessed It Is too olose an approximation to'thentrutb lo be contemplated with satisfaction. -Evidently toe', uovernmeni 1J win not t get oae-lourtu tne number drafted, sonatina i ah cnbetUtttos.v lndeed,someooustderB filth a large estimate, Making due allowaooe tor the States vxempid from the draft, and ttw whole number acuta II v drawn will not be orer 300,000. u Ono-faurth'of this number win be ib,uuu. . Bnt manypf the conscripts, as well as tubstitates, will make tbelr escape, and Ibe War Department wodld nodoubtedlyjnmpat the chance to- change the whole lot for fifty thousand or even fortv-thoh- sino volunteers- ine araiL it must bo oonoed- eo. ii not a laiinre. is noi a very rraiirvinar ado. cess. ' - ' " If the Presldsnt etmld havs foreseen haw badly tbe draft would have been mismanaged, we oeueve ne wouia, nave ueoiaed to rely uppn volunteering to fill up the armies, and aa thingt bave turned be conld have done so with safety. Tne-mousy and efforts expended on tbe eon- soriptien wouia Bave secured ultv thousand vol uuteers, there Is (very reason to believe. And It would have been a glorious thing to record on too pages oi oisiory tnat tne great rebellion was putaowa entirely oy the spontaneous.. pnforoed patriotism cf the people-, "About tl only thing gained by ibe draft Is tbe demot stratlon ot tbe power of tbe Government to ei foioe It." I The Rochests' iql'X) Union & Amtrieun says: ...... - F deral conscription is a failure. It would be a fall ore nnder any law, bat 11 could not be otherwise under tbe act of Maroh Usf. Unless the President, wto holds discretionary cowes in the premises, has lost his senses, ho Will otter aitouipt u raise auuiuer tevy turvuga ItSDtS ling maohluery- tie can now daleulate wh will be the reanlt of the present draft id practical fraction, and determine whether mire men will in any contingency be required.: If bo believes more will be required leWm nste, or as soon aa tbe faroloal formality of the con scription in progress Is performed, leans bis call upon tbe States for a given aumbsrj be It large oi small, giving thsm, If. be pleasssMaiertain ocriod to reorutt In, Note it tbo time to otki- sidef thla matter, sod If Mr. Lincoln will adopt the course here suggested, he may rest asstired that he will obtain a larger And better army, at a less expense ot ume, troame ana money, thao by any other method, albeit the radical leaden and oentralliailon-of-tower theorists may be ohagrlned thereby. t-''-'' t --v'l ?.C ! 'f ' ii iaa i i i ,d'j Gen. Buell Corrects History at the Expense of Judge Holt. .The following cbaracterlstlo letter from jor-General Buell, exposes a looseness lo mak ing up reports tnat oagni not to be allowed to exist In times like these- Offloial teporit of our operations In tbe field sre tht) only sellable data tbe historian will bave when he ooaej to sum up the history of the' rebslllob't1' ' ' " ' i i 1 SARATOGA, Aug. 5. Sit In the 0Jic(ai7uiceor the 81st uU,, I see a report of Judge Advocate General Holt, dated the 37th of March, relative to 'an expedi tion set on foot In April, 1862, under the anther lty and direction,' as tbe report siyj, 'of Gen. 0. M. Mitobell, tbe objeol of whloh was to de stroy the oomttuatoattooe on the Georgia State Railroad, between Atlanta and Chatta nooga.' Too expedition i was ' t nn foot1 . under, my.' authority,- the plan -waa arrangel between Mr. Andrews whom I I bad had In employment from ahortlv aitnr 1. earning command la Kentuoky and my Chief of Staff, Col lames B,Fryr and Got. Mitchell it iu aovuuig m ao, euoer Witn IU onruvtntlnn a execution, exoept to furnish fio his command toe soiaiers wno iook cart In It. He waa di rected lo furnish six; Instead' W that he aht twenty two. i Had ho conformed to the) tnatruo uoui given mm it would have been better the obaooes of suocess would bave been greater, end la any event several lives would have been Saved. The rCDOtt beaka ofaha Man aa Ua enaoatlon of gtolas, aud of tbe resalto which it piomlsed at 'absolutely sublime-' ,Jt may bf proper, therefore, to say thai this statement Is made tor the take of truth, and 'not to oall at tention to Ibe aitravagsnt oofore U which I has been presented.,, i .i.-Mutwe, erf je.isl i;it b: Very reipeotfully, yoox obedient servant D. C. BUELL, Maj. Gen. D. C. BUELL, Maj. Gen. Gen. L. Thomas, Adjt.-Gen. U. S. Army, Washington City, D. C. at. "."I tr; Wtrit rto "-:. 1.0- oiiiojflioa nt k;, sojxh of bkoap (No. to.) Reside5,vSptttp.wes1i FrW 5a Mtrnji a42.WEnS si siiT ol Oolunbt,tay0, 1883-4rwtt - BEUKO ; SPEYER'S Commission, Forwarding and . Notarial Office;,, GENERAL' PASSENGER AGENCY .'I'.-.-t-l Bremen? "Haiabpf g- ajid Havre r, Steamers; AMD ALSO ' RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY, EA8T AND WEST. "',,') '"'.'.t ii .);:i. No 7 & 9 Wert Third St. (Corner Mala), OJjQ.olnna.ti- oxx4to. VM. H. DESIIEAUX, BtTOOBSBOB TO aTcBJB A BBSTTJADTj No. 106, South High. Street, . , r DBAUBttl C R O CC R I E 8, P R O DUOE provisions' : Foreign and Domestio -Fruits, "T , ': r -':..;--.- -.- . LOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETtt - T - t i; , .. ........ . STORAGE It COMMISSION Auction & Commission. H AVI SJO OPENED ATf ASjOA-fOIS AB COMMI8SI0S BOOM OK THB - Southwest Corner ef Friand & Fonrtn J v '"fii .v . ..-l .r , ... Ditr thsZsttler Houss. I aw now Menarad to reoeire on Oonuntatlon every deatrlptloo of proparty. Far Ueuiar attaathn xlron to the sale of '" - ' ...ii Jr.' .if: ...Horses, Wagons,' Carnages, HouBehold and Kitchea' Furniture, N. B.rl Bales la tbe eoautnf promptly ttene4 lo, GEOROE H. EABtTART auiltHDat ; 0. A.' MXls LBXt. uOLttorxxo-y; at Iaqwi ' ' V:-OHIOI-': ', - ' ' : ' . .1 I. .'--I.- ,.; Bank Bdint;i Wert Entrance Northweit corner TMrd and CUln Btroets, ' "-' J " . - ' - - , ) ,u ..; ,j,,JlA ; CINCINNATI, 0, Deo. 81 VAUtAlplaliM'SECOBi). THIS WOHtt eOrSAITVS THE PRIN CIPAlapeeeWot HoomOVI,. VAiLANDlO- BAH,oa .HAM ft. ?.0S . Abolition,1 the Union, and tbe Alio, parts of Other Speeohei , Lettaif, Votei, eto. ; to whloh Ii added a brief Mneiol nle arreet, trial, trana poruUonan aominattonji-i-1-. It ii thai a fall and eesorate reoord of hti sen thn to ta and leading pabuoaeta on tbo treat qaoatlona bow be 'ore tbe people. lbs took abowa why Mr. Vallandig bam baa taea fepaaietad, ooadeaued and asiled by the . party In power, and why anotner party aow talnlng itrengtt every boar, and aeiUned eoon toeoo trot oabUetSalra, baa aetaralaa4 to eeoare bla leatora Uon to tbo tall rlfhti of dtiaaniblp, and Oonler opon blot eno f lb hlfbefarunoas ta tbe flit OA A peo ple. . ... ... r .-, r- .. ., Tbe friends of Mr. T. aak aothlng mora that that the people of Oble will Utoroac bly exulne hkt tteaetA and let tbelr deliberate and oabtaaeed lodgment be ex pressed by tbelr vote, on tne aeoond Tueettay in Oo tobes .i. -i t . --i i . it lbs work Is handsomely printed ea iood paper, SSS papa, torn Bvov aad baa a very taelyeaeoa ted, teel anaiaved luuneie of air. VaUandighaa - ins e oa nas mob oaremily ooapiled and edit ok has been carefully ecmptlel and adttad ALe, rerlaad and approved ay Mr. Vallandgkaa, eept laat B pagea, prepared dorlct bis exile, It tl p 111 arlla. Tt I. hi lot a very rapid aala. - i- ..1 raioa-raper eovers, 00 ota .; eloth. 1 1 00; Aebrer ed by mall or express, prepaid, on receipt ot price. A liberal dtooonnt to Agents and Dealers, roollakedby n. W.li P3.".1 - t, i! A . J. WALIIB A 00., - I ,.- .1,..(yOolnaiis,0. For salt at the offloe of the Ohio Btateemaa. t '' A copvwin be lent to avarv adlkrr1 rht tnUrti iha Above and tbla aotloa hafara Imh lai- aasaknaAanii. a marttd oopy of bis paper to tbo publishers- ' I BenakCaKVar't. a . - i , it.i r, j TAUWaw i - . i u...i- .-!... . .'it-A SUMMBR..R E80BT. : i.. .... ,.T",vJ.j.Jt VtflOil Ihitej SiUpbT Spite ! 'sui'i'i . ii Ir-;o"' A eili c-j i v i , Jhft Seasoa-of 1863. 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