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NEW SERIES. COLUMBUS. OHIO. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28. 1862. ta 5QIXAM t UL YEAE , i urarubly u AdTtnet . DAILY, TEI-WEULLYAKDWEULT MANYPENNY MILLER, f TJBlUHj Bl AMP nOFBHIOag. CT Office Dot. 16, 81 end 40, JTorth High It 1 T1EM1 IMTiMABLT IS AD T AS 01. ' wit " ; , is oo ptrjMr By ttt Carrier, ptr Week, tents. M.Wwklj ; .;. . . - Jo ptr y tar. Weekly, . . . i oo Jorme of Advertum r quart). On (quart I wMkti.fd M On . 9 month 18 00 On , month U 00 On'" lwk.wlT9 Ont ' " . I dayi . I 00 Ont , ' " ' 8 day... n Sat " 8 month 10 00 Ont t t month - 8 60 3n " 1 month. 5 00 Ont 1 laasrtioi SO Displayed adTtrtlstmant hair ih.n th. "AdTertlsement leaded and plaoed la tht tolann et Idped.l Notion , doulU (A. ordinary roi. . All notlot required la b publlabed by taw, legal rate. If ordered on the inside txclaalTtlj after tht flrat wttk ptr otnt, mora than tha abort ratati bat all mob wll ppear In tha Trl-Weekly without eh rg. Buslose Cards, not exceeding art Unas, ptrytat, t Ida, lit 50 oar lint; ouuld . . ' Notice of meetings, charitable oclU,irt oOBpanlaa, o., bait prlc. . All trantitnt advertUemmU mutt bo paid for fa adroitc Is rul will not b varied fro: Wokly,am prto u th Pali, whwt Ihtadrertlaei Weekly Uon. Where Dally aad Weekly fe both ued, then th. ohargt Urtht Wttkly WlU b a.r tb rat of tha Dally Ho adTenimnt taien neqt for a daflcltt parted. Summer Arrangement. 1862. 1862. 1862. 1862. EAST. CENTRAL AND Steubenville Railroads onis ifli Hhomtt, qnickcat and moti Bellava bit Kal TO Pittsburgh, Harrieburg, Baltimore, ' "Washington City, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Ireot ooaneotlont rt mada at Bellalro with the Baitqiors and Ohio, Railroad, And at Pittsburgh with the Pcnnsylyania Central Railroad. Trains learo Columbne dally (Sandan tz spted; m tollowat tu TS7umnua "" UiWP.M...ii1UAik. 9SSr.il. aaaiTi a rrrnanata P. M. fc0A.M IMf.M. ftOOr. at. Via BalUttort and Ohio Btllroadi Uart Banwood U:a A. Mt 1040 F. M, ,, Arrirt at Balthnort. 0 p. M. 0:00 F. M. ArrivtWuhlDtonOlt,0 p. M.: ' a p, M. AxrlTatPhlladlpbi....ll:O0P. M. U.WF. M. - ArrlTtal Haw fork 4: IS A. M. M. Tto Ptnotylnni Central Kaltroadt ArrlTtHairUDarg,fctA. M. frOOA.M. 1 oo P M ArrlTatHh.lada.:!l.S A.M. EwilS' aSp ArriTt at Ntw York, 8.00 p. M. ftSO A M. ldju p m' ArrlT. at Waah. CIV.OM P. at, 00 A. M. " pJ!""?? WD "' oTt rtmttt n tht ' r4SBTaila Bdlroador Baltlaora and Ohio Railroad 8bi.nTUrtt'' Mk for th TlTBiaalror a I. A. HUTOHDfSOtf, OeBtralPaaBtrAtnt Summer Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia. RAILROADS. v,? fiw . Tor Oinoinaatl, Dayton Indiarmpollil Throngb to IndianaDolia without Change of Cm, and but One Change of Can between ) Columbm and St. Loula. I' On nd After Monday. Mr 0, : lees. Four Trains Daily from Columbus. FIRST TRAIN. CINCINNATI ACCOMMODATION at 50 a. at., tupping at all (tatton between Colombo, Cincinnati and Burton t arrlTlni at Cincinnati at 10:80 a. a. at Pajtoa 8:37 a, m. arrly at Indlanapolla at I9t p. m. SECOND TRAIN. ! IXPHIB8 at 11:80. n atopplngat Jeffaraoa, Lon don, Oharlaaton, Ocdarrlllt.Xenla, Spring Valley, Cor. Win. Port ancient, morrow. Booth Letenon. Iuiv LoTtland and aUlford. arrlTlni at Clndnnatl at iM i P ..atDaytoB at 8:83 p. n. aniTa at lndlaaapoUa at7:Up. b. connecting at Clndnnatl with tha Ohio and Mlailitlppl Mallroad for Bt. Loola, Tlnoiane, Cairo, . no,, oanmougi at anaianapeua lor all pouita west. THIRD TRAIN. UMl AND ACCOMMODATION at :10 p. .,ltop pli.g at all (tallon bttaeen Oolnmbn tad Cincinnati! arming at vinmnnau at ivcsv p.m. FOURTH TRAIN. ' ... HTTflPV TBVia - lo.m . r i . topping at London, OharUnon, Zenla, Dayton, alia dletowa and Hamlltoni arrtrlng at Oiudnnatt at S:D a. m. tonnetUng with Ohio and UiatUiippl Ballroad for turouuw, uvBiniiie, uairo, bi. Looia, to. arrlTlng at Indlanapolla at 7:15 a. b. eonnecting at Indian. '"."Wl"! Ttrrt Bant, Chicago, and all point J?t. , . . s ,; LEEP1NQ CARS ON . NIGHT TRAINS. 1 I . O for farther information and Through Tfoktttt apply to M. Li DOBKBTI, TioketAgtnt, Dnloa Depot. Oolamba. : ; P. W. BTBAD1R, I Oratral Ticket Agtnt, Olnclnnatt. JNO. W. DOHIBtT, Agent, OolBBbaa, ' l.W. WOODWARD, I Boptrlatandtnt, Cincinnati. ' tlnajmt, May S. IBM. CAlT HOUGE, . ! I0..178 Jforth Wgh Btreot, ; ' .-'nrni "hotel i but oubaihia ',vl BALf BQCAB.1I from tht Depot, tad panoaa r riTU or wlthlng to Uka paatagt oo any of th train, wtll and tht alt Boaat declUaOil a tonranlaiit top. alagplata. .. , Paaangara waktd p at all titan 0 tht alaat W gflf ,f thatralat. - , T"b wtdtratt, (mil mi Vmm. 1862. Summer Arrangement—Time Changed. Great Northern & Eastern Route. CINCINNATI (Sons RAILROAD. with tht PITTSBURGH, FT. ". ' ' WATN1 4 OBIOAOO RAILBOAD tbrmdmrgi, PkUadUpM tm MaMmor. Alto for Jbrt Woyn and OiUsago. Oonctttlng at Olwtlaad with lot IAU BHOSI BAIL ROAD - ForDanklrk, Baffai. Albanr Uot ou, aud New York. THREE TRAHNS DAILY, ... - t 1X0IPT ITT3DAT, - L Froai Ooloaibaa, to ttoatottoa with Tralal oa tat LITTLBnnim Ann ' COLDIIBI79 AWP Xfc.IV A'BAItBOAP8. :" FIR8T TRAIN. .: ' . flnlHrnhnai a( ai-fafl A . M. Will ttop at Dlawart, Aahley, Oardlnftoa, Ollaad, Ballon, and at all elation North of OaUpui arrlTlni at ?Srilf?,i.,:'0Al -J B"Mrk IX f.,M Beialo S:J P. M Ntw lork 10 A.M., Roatva R80 P. M. - BIOOND TRAIN. ' NIW TORK IZPBI8S Learet Oolamba. at 11:10 A. 11. -Will -top at Delaware. Cardlngtoa, eiltad, Orttlina, Bhtlby, New London, Wdlingtoa and Oraf. teal arrrriDg at OleroUnd at 18S P.M.. Dunkirk 9.-03 P. fj f"m" r' li,w Xort 8:00 ? M'' Bo,w THIRD TRAIN. afATL AND XZPBEBS Laaraf Oolamba at 3:40 P. If. Will top at all nation tooth of Shelby, and at Battat, Ntw London, Weirfton,Oraftoa and Bereasar. ? eiuiTtianaat :iu r. a. Dunkirk s:30 A M. vBB.ie taw a, P. M. M., Ntw lork 9:00 P. M Bctton 11.15 00NNI0TI0NB. taVpotaujoBtUtroSj''1''1114 Stwil ,or aPrlnIBM At Oreulln with Plttabargh, Ft. Warn and Chicago Railroad ftr Plttabargh, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alao for Ohloago. At Shelby , with tasdoiky, Uaatfleld and Newark Rail road, for all point, on that road. Alo for Toledo. At Olereltna, with Lake ghore RUlroad for Irlt, Dasahk, Bnffalo, Nw lork and Boatoa. Patent Sleeping: Can are rnn on all Night Traiw to Chicago, Sew York and Boa ton. Baggae Csid Tirougi to JVu Tort and Button Ha (Xmland; aUo.to.kUuUlpMaand Aet Tort via OrtMUm. RETURNING. Might Ixpree arrlTet at Oolumbu at 11:80 P. M. ' OUalnnat) Kiprta arriree at Oolamba at 11:00 A. M. Aoaommodatloa arrlrat at Colambo at 10:14 P. M, Fare at Law a by any ether Haute. Aik for TUiuU ait CrttlUnt or CUvtUnd. r8.ll FLINT, . i. Bapcrlnnadtnt, OUT land, Ohio. .' , J AMIS FATTBRBON, Agent, Colombo, Ohio. OtlaBbaj, May T.isea. J. M. & V. KCERNER. No. OO. Corner of Broad & Front Streets, OOLUMBU B, DIALBBB IS GROCERIES, PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS, FOREIGN DOMESTIC FRUITS, t FIOTO, SALT, LIQU0E8; ETC. OJfSTBRS BT THB CAN IN TBBIX RBASON. ' totlMly ii WES, SGHUELLER'S EnMEDICAL DEPOTS , In Sell Eoruo Boilding-, Next Door North of the Foetoflloe,. H QTS NOW OPEIV FOB FILLING LJ M X Phyilclani PreiorlpUon, and for tht retail Ul trade in . . i J. --DRUGS, MEDICINES, . M ,ijhb;iviical8, r n . PATBNT MBDIOINKS, , , '! ' PERFUMERY, ' 1'Ull.BT k IANCX AATIULKO, vauj VyAUl.3, j -l i I "i. CIGARS, PURE WINES, 3 Both Dometio and Imported, . . Fine old brandies. 0 CD ForMtdlolnalPnrpoitl iBunoao, BHOTJLDBB BRAOBB, Braiiunaur. , Betide a great nriety of other arttetea, all bt- m Innrln. ia tha Dracnrlata' irule. A )M OUR SODA WATER. Drawn froai a mottiplandld illTtr-Biattd tut, tJ It of the pnreet quality, alway cool and pleM-HD ant to drink. The tyrup art mada of rlpt halt j In their teaton, by oaraelre with great care f"1 Oar Creaia Byrope, mada of freth iweet cream I tvtry morning, srs Bn:srps;;d, and wa would I mptctruuy call tat attention or tht Ladle to ' then. . LJ -Atoodaaaortoentof OI0AR8 TOBACCO L I permit a to InTlte tht gnotltmea to oar atand. 1 Pbydolana' Prawrlpliana and Family Rcolp M ) aarefully prepared by azperlcnoad penon, from w. par material, at all hour, of the day or night M to audlolneo told by n will bt of ht beat quality, and prkne reaeonable; and we hope to 0"" auiieouoB uau wnooBOoaeto raror a With Uitlrpatrooag. Cfi W1W8. -faUELLEB V CO. Evening Dress Gooda P' IN; BLUB, MAISJB, MAaBIICA,' VlOLBT AND Whit plain Bllka, , Tarlatan In Whli nd Color, - ' ' Otld Bmboeeed Tarlatan, . .. , . . ; White Parle Mnalina and Organdie, .9. Whit Bilk Tbulle and Blond IitotJ, ' . , . Point Lace la all width, , -.1 : er wlaMaadBmbroUared Haadk'Bj, No, 18 891th High It. jaall ' VXXJE1 'WEEKLY PUBLISHED BY MANYPENNY & MILLER. COLUMBUS, OHIO. At 81.00 Per Yean. Harlot a etroalattoo Larger by Several Thousands, Than any othtr paper la Ohio, caUidt of Cincinnati, 0FFEE8 FACIirriE8 FOR ADVERTISING Whlab cannot tall to bring Quick and Remunerative Returns. To thott who take adraatagt tf them. THE WEEKLY STATESMAN, DUtrlbutel, a It I Through Every Poatoffice in Ohio I found la the hand of A Large Class of Readers, wotit pattoaagt la Taioabla, and wbe teldoa ettUit Dally Idltion. of eltjoarnaUl and at only A LIMITED NUMBER -or ADVERTISEMENTS Art inwrted In Hi column, APPROPRIATELY AND- HANDSOMELY DISPLAYED, They oanaor fall to Attract Attention la all Localltle. WHOLESALE DEALERS AdTtrtidnf la th WEEKLYLSTATESMAN, Will find It adTaatageoo in The Increase of Trade; Which UalmotcrtalhVifollowanxtenjlTedlrmln- tlon of a kaowltdgt of thtir btulnea AMONC COUNTRY DEALERS. Adrrtiemnta Intended for Tho Wee!Statcim 1 '! .C'-'I -.fl Si WtaMtdayatoa RmuMIn handed iabtfoi r. AMDOI Treat. BUS PORTA DLE AN1 H'l' A T I O X A H V STEAM ENGINES, Castings, Shaftings, Pulleys, BOILERS, MILL GEARING & MACHINERY ENGINE PUMPS, TRIP IIAMMI'HS. Improved Circular & Muln.v SAW MILLS. AllO, fVKBT DCtORII' til mi RETORTS, PIPES AND CASTIMiS, FOB 00t OIL AN! OA" W.MIK- April St,.,1889.1yl 1131 m 0 ALL .AT J. L. GILL & SOWS N0RT.H HIGH STREET, AND BIB THB LARGEST BTOOR, THE OHEATEIT VAUIETI, AND THE MOIT BEAUTIFUL PATTBRNa STOVES Brer offered to tb tltlaeni of Oolomboa THBT HATB COOKING STOVES FOR COAL, COOKING STOVES FOR VOOD.J ajid COOKING STOVES Ftr either Wood or Ooal 000KINO 8T0VEB for Large Famllle or Small Famlllet, and varying Price from Three Dollars to One Hundred and . Twenty-Five. PARLOR STOVES, Of ererjr Price, Slit and Variety, for Ooal or Wood. DINING-ROOM STOVES, HALL ST0VE8, Of many PatMrut. SITTING-ROOM STOVES. STORE-ROOM STOVES. OFFICE STOVES Both Cooking and Heating. Tat Llghtett and aiott Portable offered to tht Tent Etc re erer Officers of our Great Army. FURNACES, For Beating Dwelling. Ohurchet, Btort-rooma, or other large Building. LAUNDRY; STOVES, For Family TJat or Hotel.' MOTT BOILERS, AGRICULTURAL BOILERS, SUGAR EVAPORATORS, SUGAR KETTLES HOLLOW WARE. DOGG IRONS SAD IRONS, TAILORS' GEESE, And many other article "or any other man. , JO OAU, AND 8BB CB ' No. &2 North High Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. J, L. Gill & Son, noT89-tf Closing Ont Prices. TTVAST-Oolored Lawn. 10 and 19X eenU. X' wrganaita .inland laoenu. Bbtphardiuneoki....... Bngllah Brge Tarle Printed Begraget... lX cent. 10 etnta. I.....I8H to SS cent. Superior Olnghuna. 1X to 14 otnt. flrey Bhawl Berege, yard wide, oent. Trarellng DreaeOoode 8, 10, 13,15 ctt Paratol and Bun Umbrella Very Cheap. . BAIN da BON. JuneB - No. W Booth High BtrecU CLOSING OUT SALE. SILK Maatlllai, Bacqati and Circular. Puffed Boarf Mantilla. . French Lara aUnUllaa, Boarf and Point. At an Immense red oo tlon In price. 1 penon. wishing to purchaae will And thla an txoelltnt opportunity to wear legem garment a aaaaaaiiy lM"- - - , BAIN at ION, " jttatS ' ' i Ro.98 Botth High Street. Closing Out Sale at Great Bargains. LAWNS, Berate. Organdie. . . v '. I TraTellDg Dme-Qvoda. " , ;. faiwola, CUatatft lngbaa. . -- J a ' .BAIN BON, : )tatl fo.fJ loath High Street. CHU. Aiibo, Bupt. v n . vj x m i in mm Slj Dl)it Statesman "r)Praar.. Trl-Weekly, per rear Weakly, per year I IN 300 . 100 Great Speech of Senator of Illinois. Wo find tbe following notloe So tbo Qulrjcy Htrald, of a gpeeob recently dellrered ia thst olty, by tbo Hoo. Mr. Baownino, a Republican United States Senator from Uliooli, and the In timate friend and right band man of Preaident Lincoln. It is too good to be loat. Purauant to notice an Immen.a crowd anaem. bled at tbe Court House, on Saturday night, to bear an addreea from Senator Browning. Tbe court room was filled to overflowing, and wa re aeaored tbat hundreds were compelled to go way beoause tbey could not galo admUtlon. Mr. Browning explained hi. position on tbe oonflsoAtloo question, and did It to tbe eatibfao- iioo ana approval or a raat majority of tbo.e wbobeaidblm. Heaild that Congreas bad oo power to oonfl'Oate property and thai confl ga llon waa bumbuir. It that power of coofldc. tion exitled anywhere it exi.ted la the freel dent, by virtue of big offloe aa Commaoder-ia Chief of onr armies. . Tbe Constitution con ferred oo snob power upon Coogress, and he bad .worn to eupport tbe Constitution. He oould not gopport tbe Conflacatlon bill and the Conatitutlon too, eo be anpponed the Concitu tion and opposed confiscation. Upon thla ques tion be stood with tbe President. Tbe same waa true npoo tbe question of arming tbe ne groes. He was opposed to arming them and io waa tbe f resident. He waa for tbe Union aa it wa, and tbe Conatitutlon aa it ia. Io tbe ut teranoe of these truly patriotic aontlmenta, Mr. B. was loudly and enthusiastically applauded There were few persona present who did not oin in toese aemoobtrationa ot approval. But tbey were open, avowed, ultra Abolitionists. Mr. Browning denounced the Abolitionists In unmeasured terms. He denounced tbe Aboli tion leadera in United Statea Senate Darning Sumner and others eg disloyal traitors to the country, wild, deluded fanatics, who were bent upon tbe destruction of tbe Government. He had no sympathy with them, and should contin ue to do ao. It mattered not that aome of bia old personal and political friend, bad turned against him be was fcr the Union as it was and tbe Constitution as it is, and upon tbat plat form be intended to stand, though every friend be bad ahould desert bim, and thongb every dollar', worth of property that he owned In the worm anouiaoe eaorinocd or destroyed, tie waa interrupted by an Abolitioniat present wbo oharged him with having gone over to the Dem ocrats. Mr. Browning responded tbat be was ready to go over to the Democrats, or to any other party, or to act with patrlotio men to woatever party tbey might belong, wbo were (or tbe Union and tbe Constitution. Mr. B. then asked this braien-faced Abolitioniat If he would be willing to receive the South back in tbe Union, with all their constitutional rights, If the rebels would lay down their arms to mor row? As might beexpeoted, thecrasy fanat lo'replied no he would not be willing to re ceive the South baok unless tbey would first abolish slavery. Mr. Brownlne eaid this was just as be supposed these Abolitionists were never In favor of tbe Union and the Constitu tion, but would sacrifice both, and bring tbe liberties of the people beyond the hope ol res urrection, it mey oouia out accomplish their wloked and traitorous destine. Another Abolition laoatio wanted to know of Mr. B. whether be wou'd vote in favor of eman cipalion, if it would put an end to tbe war. "No, air," aatamr. a., "I would not give such i vote because I have sworn to support the Const! tution; under tbat Constitution we have no pow er to emancipate tbe slaves." At this point tbe Rev. Mr. Ring, woo was io tbe audience, waa beard to say that Mr. Browning "ia traitor to hla country." Mr. B. did not probably bear the remark, as he did not eondesoend to notice It. Mr. B. comment ed at considerable length upon the course of aome Abolition journals that have devoted so much of tbelr time and space to denunciations of our General, in the field, and so little of their spice to tbe denunolation of tbe rebel oommanders. Among these journal, were the Chioago Trtiune and the Qdincy Whig. He was particularly severe upon tbe editor, of tbe TYiiunt. He read an article from the Tribune and denounced It as tbe most Infamous treason that had appeared in any paper publubed in the United States elnoe the war began. Of the editors ot the TViottns be bad tbe most con temptible opinion. He did not believe them to be loyal, and if they should take an oath to support tbe Government be would not believe their oath . As to tbe Qatncy Whig, be couldn't expect much from tbat source It waa incapable of uttering the truth about bim, and had per sistently misrepresented bis position from the beginning. He read extracta from the Whig to show that he had been outrageously misrep resented by tbat paper. Io regard to tbe wtr, be was for its vigorous, enorgelio, and success ful prosecution. He told bis Republican Mends thai they could not bring tbe war to success ful issue it they made it a war for tbe negro. Tbe Demoorats, he eald, would not co-operate in war of that sort. But Qjofioe it to lie le gitimate, rightful object let it continue to be, as it bad been from the beglnulng, war for tbe Constitution and the Union, aud tbe Dem oorats would woik and fight shoulder to should er with tbe Republicans Indeed all tbe patriots of whatever party would work together. Mr. Browning throughout waa listened to with great attention, and with interest. Dor Ing his speech he was frequently interrupted with tbe enthusiastic applause of bis audiecoe. tils position., a. be stated them end explained them on tbit ocoasion, are indorsed and approv ed by large overwhelming majority of tbe people of (bie city and county. He talked like an honest man and true patriot, and bis posi tions are broad eoousb lor all loyal men of all parties to stand upon- We ooogratnlate Mr. BrownlDg and tbe country that he took this oc oasion to make himself understood and to pre vent misunderstanding for the future as to bis real position and purpose. Tbat be stands wlib the President npon the questions be discussed we have no doubt indeed, be so stated in his speech. Mr. Browning la understood to be the moet intimate and influential adviser of rresi dent Lincoln tbat be has. In indioating, as he baa in his speeob, tbe policy the President in tended to puraue, Mr. Browning: baa renewed the confidence of the people in tbe integrity of tbe uovernment and tbe stability of our Insti tutions. , it is to be regretted that no steno graphic report of this speech waa taken, and that it cannot therefore be published io full It would prove one of the most acceptable and popular speeches with the patrlotio maeaeaof all parties that the people bave been tavored wltb for many day. Harrisburg Patriot and —Enthusiastic Reception. When Galileo was thrown into tbe dungeon of the Inquisition for promulgating the heresy tbat tbe world moved, be whispered in tbn ear of one of his friends, "it moves, nevertheless. Tbe publishers and editors of tbe Patriot and Union were dragged from tbelr homes and their business on tbe 6th of August, and under military escort taken to Washington and thrown into military prison. It is not necessary here to revert to the cause; it is sufficient to say tbat after being incarcerated until tbe evening of tbe 83d, tbey obtained a hearing, at which no charge waa produoed, and no aoouaer appear ed, and that hearing resulted in an immediate honorable discharge the persons eomptslng the tribunal acknowledging the arrest, to have been made npon frivolous grounds. " Returning to their homes, tbey ohose Satur day evening as the time, to avoid any manifes tation, on tb part of their frienda. but their in tention of returning thus quietly was frustrated by one ot the moat flattering receptions. Tbe oars bad searoely reached the depot, and tbe announcement been mad that tbe party bad arrived, than they were surrounded by friends who made tbe welkin ring with entbnslaatlo ebeer.. In very few moments tho crowd, wbiob was .mall at first, swelled to hundreds) a procession was formed which aaonrtMl th exiles to tbelr homes. Both sides of Market street were lined with ladies and gentlemen, and the men who went out of tb olty nnder an es cort of soldiers, returned amid tbe plaudits of the men, and the waiving of bandkerehiefs by tbe ladies. .. Arriving at the hona of nii M.nn.u tbe crowd, which mnst now bave numbered' nearly thousand men. called lrmdl for that gentleman, wben be mounted the steps and ad dressed them as follows, being frequently Inter- rupiu uj me bopi vociferous obeerlog: ' Friendi and Fcllow-CilUtn: On the 6th day ot August, at an hour's notice, we were marohed from this olty nnder an esoort of gleaming bayonets to the railroad depot, and trom thence taken to Washington city, where we were Imprisoned, wlthont a haarinc. tut sixteen days, for what reason I will not now state, a you all know It. Through the inter cession of friends, and onr own exertions, we secured hearing last evening at 6 o'clock, when, straDge to say, we were confronted by no aocuser, nor was there even a charge made against us. Tbe pretext npon which we were arrested was most summarllv dlanoaad of and an honorable discharge given ns.i AppIauee.J AlthTugb mortifying as It was to leave borne as we did, and nefust as tbe whole arrest was, this spontaneous I Jcome mora than oomricn. sate, for all we endured, or indignities we suf fered Applause This is tbe proudest bour of my life It proves that we bave tbe in dorsement or our Mlow-citliene - Obeers and applause. It shows tbat tbey have strong appreciation of constitutional liberty, and ara opposed to orushlng out tbe freedom of epeech or muii'iog the press. Destroy these inaliena ble rights, and tbe word liberty beoomes a hol low mocker a sounding brass and tlnkllnc cymbal, a rope of saud, a delusion and a lie Prolonged applause and cheering ttsuv doi anow now our arrest orginated, beoause no accuser bad tbe temerity to face us. We claim to be loyal and law-abiding citl 88ns, and tbere is nothing upon tbe record to prove to the contrary. We bave our own opin ions, and these, not conflicting with laws In existence, we will maintain at all hatirds and on all occasions, regardless of tbe denuncia tions ol cowardly traducera wbo atand behind tbe soreen. We maintain that we bave done our duty as loyal citizens, and tbe evidence of mis is in tbe absence of a charge or even an acoueer. FBllow-citisene. a dav Of retribution will oome a day of final settlement and after It will come a pay-day. Let as bide our time. Let ns be true and loyal to our country and our Government, and we bave nothing to fear. Our Imprisonment has been an experiment, and I think, from this eutnusUstio demostration and tbe general feeling throughout tbe State, our enemies, as well as our friends, most admit that it waa a failure that it has not only not resulted in any practical benefit to those who orougnt ti about, but it hot awakened a feeling ma. win ue expressed bt me Dallot-bOX in Uoto bernext. fADDlanse.l Gentlemen, for myself, and In behalf of me companions, I retnrn yon my bearfelit and siu cere tnanxs, and bid you good night. Applause, and prolonged cheers for MaoDjweil, Barrett, r order and Jones. J Messrs. Barrett and Forstcr, anxious to aee their families, had left the procession at Locust street, and Mr. Jones, actuitad h a similar desire, went borne at tbe conclusion of Mr. Mo- uoweirs speech. Tbe crowd adjourned to tbe bouse of Mr. Birrett, when that gentleman came out, and returned bis thanks to his fellow citigens. After giving three cheers for Mr. Bar rett, and three more with a will for each of tbe publishers and editors, and tbe Patriot and union, the people quietly dispersed. Tbere was sigoifloanoe in tbia demoustra tion which cannot be misunderstood. The sturdy laboring man, tbe honest German, tbe warm-hearted Irishman, and, In fact, all classes of the community, turned out, not only to show their devotion to their party and their friends, but to show to tbe world their utter condemna tion of a power which assumes the right of yKK"K "en irom meir nomes on tbe mere information "or Instigation of irraanonaible parties, and denying them tbe right ot a trial by jury, or the inestimable benefits of the wilt of hobtat Corpui, which hat never been in 'pen- ueu tor tour oeutunes in monarchial England Une thing has been made manifest bt tni ra. ceptioo, and that la that they may cast men into prisons, but you cannot stifle Democratic prin ciples you may fill your forts with editors guilty of. no other offense than advocating jseuocrauo measures out While Immured there, they can say of Democracy as Galileo saw oi tne world) "it moves, nevertheless." Democratic Congressional Convention. tion. Tbe Democratlo Congressional Convention for this (6tb) District, met at Lima yesterday, and organized at Ash ton's Hall, by tbe appoint ment of B.F. Metcalf President, and one Secre tary from each count? in the District. , A. Blackford, of Hancook, Wm. Sawter. of Auglaize, F. C. Leblond, ot Mercer, C. N. Litmison, ot Alien, K. Mctkelly, ot Wyandotte, ana a. a. n.amsey, ot uarain, wero tbe cand. dates. After one hundred and forty-five ballots, F. u. iieoiono, biq , or fllarcei, having received majorl'y ot all the votes out, was declared tbe unanimous cboije of the Coiveution. This was one of the largest, most Intelligent and enthusiastic Conventions ever held In North Western Ohio, and although eaoh of the can. didates had a host ot warm and enthusiastic lrlends in attendance, thiough a long and la. borlous session of sixteen hours without inter. mission, not a jir occurred or unkind word was spoken, and the best ol feeling prevailed. . Resolutions supporting ths Administration In 11 constitutional measures to quell tbe rebellion were unanimously passed. As this nomination Is equivalent to an elec tion, tbo Democracy of tbia Dlstriot may well oongratuiate themselves on securing so worthy od talented a Representative as F. C. Leblond. Auglaize Democrat. Sheriffs Sale. Geo. W. Kirtland, J 8nperlor Cout of tnou COu A.J. Moor, tt al.) . j BT VIKTTJHOrj. 1TBIT FI. FA. TU Bt directed from tht Snperior Ooart of Franklin County, Ohio, 1 will offer for sal at public auction at toeooorot tne uoartatoae, in the City or Colombo, tn . , Saturday, the 6ih day of Sept., A. D., 16C3, at ont o'clock. P. tht following detorlbtd real et- lan.niuatt in rranaiin uounty. un o. co-wit: iniota Hoe. 46. 43, 47 and 4U. la the Town ot Kcynoldrimrg, with the privilege and appurtenei.ee. Also 101 acre of land la Jefferson Township, being part of the fourth notion, lowMojp ont, rang tizteen, united Bute turnery lanoa, neginning at tnt aoauiwest oonwr or said Motion; thenoteutoa tht Motional lint fifty thalo. and fifty link; thenct north twenty chains; thence west fifty chain and fifty link, to ih eectlonal lint; Ibenet aouth with eata lint twenty enalnt to to beginning, appraised as loiiowa; . , Lot Mo. 45 at 9400 00. ; 46at 80 00. " " 47 at SS 00. . ' " 48 at 30 00. Tht 101 acre of Iwd at (50 00 per acre. ' . -- -QHOHOn W. BUfkMAM, Eherlff . Prlntert fee 4.SO . tUljS7-IWWtd " ''"'...' : Master Commissioner's Sale. a iiM a rv. . 1 T.7 ( Superior Court tf franklin Ct., Lewi Hoyl. et at. -- TN FDKSDAHC8 SF AIt OtifDKK OF A. tha taid Court tt tat directed, I will offer for sole at Publio Auction, at tot door of tht Ooart Uoum, la tb uiiy or uoinmbu, on Saturday tbe 6th day of September, A. D. 1863, at oh o'clook, P.M., the following deecribed real Mtatt situat In Franklin ooanly, Ohio, to wll: - ' Tht west half of a tract of fir acre ot bind Ih naif atotloa twtnty-erenf township five, and fang twenty two, refugee land ooareyed to Lewi Heyl by Oonred Beyl, by deed d.led D.oember 18th, 1843, excepting narrow atrip off the weat tid- thtrtof afterward con veyed by (aid Lewis Beyl to William A. Piatt, -r . Appraieed at 1500 pot acre. - I T L 5 r 0 ; W' BTJFFMAM. UhtilB. v " ' ndAIatar OwnmlMioner. frlnte'rwftttltoe.-. .h U , . July atMltwtd. aSsyg ' AYER'b , CATHARTIC jPILILS. Art Ton (Ick. SnM, and complaiulug? Are you ont of ordur, with your ayitem oV ranged, and your grating, on comfortable! Thee rmp totn are often the prelude to aerloa lilue. Sou Ot of lcknu U creeping upon you, and ebould be averted by a timely uao of the rrglit rem edy. Take Ayer-t Pll.'e.and clean out the dl .ordered hu mor purity the Uiwd,and let the ttiiide aiore on unob traetfd In lieeUii agnln. They ellmulttte tti function! of the bod. Into vigorous ac tivity, purify tbe T"Um from the obitructlone which make diMfl. ' A col tettle tomewliere la the body, and oU- tract. Ira natural. function. The, ir not rilovs, rmct upon tlicmnelre and tbe urrounding o.gan, pro. due ni ipn.rai mirrevaiion. annoiing, una u.m Wliil. In till, ooudition, opureeeed by tlw 6eraiigin.nw, lla, and o UoW uirecuy ii.y raiwrw u iiiitiuiil action of tlw rsum,nd villi It (lie buoyant furling of health .gain. What I true and Ki apparent In Uii. trivial and comiuoa complaint, w ulao trao in mail of tbe deep-neated and diuigei'uu ilieUmper. The earn. piiiKiitivo effect Ipel tbeui. ' CaUMd by eiuillor ob.tr--tlori. and ileraug.moptaof tbe natural function! of tbi bar, tbey r riipldlr, and many of tliem aurtly, curJ Uy tho annie means. None who kiiow III virtue, of tlitiM Pill, villi neglect employ them whoa .uttering from the aiwrder. tliey cure. StnlummiW from lending pliyaMun In om of Uit pilucli.l cltle, and from other wll known public per- on. . ..... - "' Frm a Forwarding tltrdixnt tifSt. tmdl, Feb. 4, IBM Drt. Area i Your I'llli ar th paragon of all that I givnt in mudlclne. They liar cured my little diiught--r of ulrermn .ore upon her hand and feet that hnd provnl iiicnm'ile tir your.. Her mother ha been long grlev mi.Iv ninirtcd with blotches and pimple oa her eklu iwd in h-r hiiir. After onr child wa cured, .be alo tried y. -ir I'lll, and tliey have cured her. asa MonaniDOK. At a Family Phytic. Vow Or. K. W. CaHwrigUt, Aiw Orlram. V.mr t'lllt lire the prince of purge. Tlielrecellt iinnlille eurpaM any oiUir.rtlo wo ponMH. Tliey nia mild, but very cortnln and ertVctiml In llielr nctlon un the I.owl-1., which make them InTnlinblo to tw In the d.illy ti'Mtiucntof dlwnne. Headache, 81ekIIeo. ache, Fonl Stomach. f Von Dr. iKuiurd llnyd, UMimort. Diiallito. Avra: I cannot an.wer you io'ia( comnliiliiti 1 have em ttl with your I'll!. Iwittnr limn to my all Hi f erf r Irtat with a purgatir mnlki'it. I plnro great Vp"ii ilenro oil an elTixtiml mtli.ntlc in my daily content will. iIIumu. mi.) balieviug n. 1 do tlmt your Pill u(!H u the l.i Tt ye hare, I of coureo Tuluo tlieiu highly. J ' PimniTO, Pa., Mar 1, 1165 Pn. J. C. Atsb. Sir: I liavo been repeetedly cured ot Die uroret Ifiithcfm any body cnu have by n ri'.fte or ti'O of y.iur rill". It aeein to arie from a foul .tomoth which ther clc:mie at once. Your with great respect, ED. f. PROLE, Cttrk n Sttamtr CTuriui. Bllloni Dl. order Liver Complaint. ''mm Dr. Thmlort Bill, oAVm Firk City. N"t only are your Pill, ndmimbly adupted to their pur P"e o. an aperient, but I And their bonellcml eflVct.upor. tho Liver very marked Indeed. Tliey liavo In my prac tice proved mi ro effectual fur the euro of bihont am yltnnti I ): any one remedy I enn mention, 1 .incerely ri-j 'ii-e tlmt wc hove at length a purgative which Is wor thy the routiduuee of the piofunKiuu and tbe iuple. ' DEPAItTHTVT Or TIIC INTEHI'JB.O I I'lithlnglon, . C, 7th Feb., 1860. j Sir I have used your nils in my general and hospital practice ever euic yon made them, and cannot hesitate to any they oro the belt catliartls we employ. Their regu lating action on tbe liver ia quick aud deci-lcd, conse quently they are nn admirable remedy for derangement of th.it organ. Indeed, I bave seldom found a eve of iilioiu ilittau ao obstiuato tbat it did not readily yield to them. 1'retcrnaJly yours, ALO.NZO HALL, M. D , I'liytieum o (lie Alarm Hoifital. Dyieutery, Diarrhoea, Relax, Worm. Mm Dr. J. G. Grn, of Chicago. Your Pills have had along trial In rny practice, and I bold tliem in esteem as one of the best aperient I have ever fumid. Tbelr alterative eUect uiwu the liver make them an excellent remedy, when glvon In small doeee for bihont dymitiry and dittrrhaa. Their eiigor-coating make, them eery acceptable and convenient lor the use of women aud children. Dytpeptla, Imparity at the Blood. From Un. J. V. Iimts, Mutor of Admit Churii, Dotton. Dr. Atcr: I bave rued your Pill with xtrnnrrnary woceM in my family and among those I un called to visit ill di'trem. To regulate the organs of digestion aad purllv the blood, they are the Tery best remedy I bare ever known, end I caiicouudently rtcouuueud them to my friends. Yours, J. V. RIMES. Warsaw, Wyoming Co, N. T., Oct 21, 18W. Dear Sir: I am using your Cathartic I'lllsju my prac tice, and tind tliem an excellent purpitlve totleane the system and purify the fmuUaint if tin tlit. JOIIN 0. MKACIIAM, M. D. Con.tlpntlon.Coativenen, Snppreatlon, Klicmiintlam, Gout, Neuralgia, Drop ty, rural!, Fit, etc. . From Dr. J. 1'. Vaughn, ilmlrtal, Canada. Too much cannot lie eald of your FHli tor the cure of corf rrtitrsj. If other of our fraternity have found tliem a. efficacious as I have, tbey should join me lu proclaim luff it for the bom-fit of tho multitude who auirer Ciom that romplainc, which, although bed enoitgk In lulf, It tho propenltor of other, that are wore. I beilere OJ them to originate) in the liver, but your PIUs alTect that orgftn and cure the disease. B-,. fvii Uru E. Stunt, riiysician and Midlife, Dostmu I flrd ono or two lar dose, of your rills, token at the projter time.nre exivll'-nf promotive of the uutitntt arcre (ie;inhcn wholly or Buii:illy suppressed, aud alio very cAi-ciual t'i rci'tw tl.o tl'imu Ji end niA trorni. They are m much the lwst physio we have that t recommend no other to my patients. . From llie Ecr. Dr. Itawles, f t!ie JfcOiodiit Epit. Churc.. rrMsni flocsE. 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