It is conceded tbat Ohio and Indiana went Republican on Tuesduy. ïhe majoritieS are not jet knovvn, but it is eertain tliat in Ohio the Rupubücan majotity of ono year ago lias beeu larjicly diminished. With the result in Oliic we are not disappointed, but from Indiana wo had expected botter things, even against the determination of the administra t ion to carry the State at all hazards, by foul ïncans if it could not be done by fair. But the result in Indiana on Tuesday does not definitely determine what it will be in Novenuber, and wo stül have reason to hope that it will give its voto to MoClkllan. The result in Peunsylvania is so closo that both parties now claim it on the homo vote, by mujoritics of from 5,000 to 10,000. ïhe Boldiers' vote according to indieations, will give tho State to the Republicana, but by bo small a rnajority as to make it uhnoat curtain that the personal popularity of Gen. McCjLELLAN will redeem it in November. ïh,c Kepublican have gained several members of Congress in eacu of the States. These elections must not dishearten tho Democracy, but must incito them to buckle on their armor and fight on witb rencwed zeal and vigor.