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FOR PBEKIDENT, JAMES K. POLK, "TOONO HICKORY" OF TE.NNESSF.F.. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEO. M. DALLAS, OF PENNSYLVANIA. ELECTORAL TICKET. 8EXAT0BIAL. JosErn II. Larwill, of Wayne, Dowtx Utteii, of Clermont. CONGRESSIONAL, Clayton Webb, of Hamilton, James M. Dorbky, of Darke, R. D. Foksman, of Green, Judge John Taylor, of Champaign, David Higgins, of Lucas, Gilbert Beach, of Wood, John D. White, of Brown, Thomas Meoradv, of Ross, Valentine Kkpker, of Pickaway, James Parker, of Licking, CrenvillE P. Cherry, of Marion, George Corwine, of Scioto, Caution C. Covey, of Morgan, Isaac M. Lannino, of Guernsey, -Walter Jamison, of Harrison, Sebastian Brainard, of Tuscarawas, James Forbes, senior, of Carroll, Neal M'Coy, of Wayne, , Milo Stone, of Summit, Benjamin Adams, of Lake, Stephen N. Sarqent, of Medina. lit District 2d 3d 4th " Sth 6th " 7th " Sth 9th " 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th " 17th 18th " 19th aoth " Slat " . FOR GOVERNOR OF OniO, DAVID TOI, 'of Trumbull. HARRISON COUNTY DEMOCIS ATIC TICK 12 T. CONGRESS. JOSEPH MORRIS. REPRESENTATIVE, CHARLES VVARFEL. AUDITOR, JOHN SHARP. RECORDER, MATTHEW M. SLOAN. COMMISSIONER, Col. DA VII) FJNNJCUM. DIRECTOR OF THE POOR, JACOB HYNES. THE CADIZ SENTINEL. EDITED BTT L. HARPER. "HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE." CADIZ, OHIO: IVEDNESDA Y MORNING, A UG UST 14. 1844. THE DEMOCKATIC COAHE!sSlCiAE CONVENTION. This body, which met at Morrislown, on last Thursday, re-nominated the Hon. Joski-ii Mor ris, as a candidate for Congress. The Dele gates from each of the counties composing the District, had a private conference, and fixed on a person upon whom to unite. Monroe county united on Joseph Morris, with the exception of two delegates who wcio instructed to vote for Mr. Walton. Belmont county united on Wm. Kennon, jr.; and Harrison county united on Thomas L. Jewett. Those were the only per sons regularly before the Convention, although votes were cast on the several ballotings for various other good men and true. Nearly the whole afternoon was spent in balloting, when it was filially announced that the HON. JOSEPH MORRIS, had received a majority of all the votes ; cast, and was declared to be duly nominated. A res olution was then offered by the Editor of the Sentinel, and passed unanimously, pledging the support of each delegate to the nominee, and recommending him to the cordial and individed support of the Democracy of the District. Although the delegates from each county faithfully adhered to their men, yet not the slightest circumstance occurred to mar for a mo ment the harmony and deliberations of the Con vention. The utmost good feeling was manifes ted throughout, and the delegates separated with the determination, to give "a long pull, a strong pull, and a pull altogether," for the ticket. Union is success. If the Democratic party are true to their cherished principles, they will carry every thing before them this fall. The State of Ohio is Democratic to the core, be yond all doubt and cavil, and the only question among Democrats should be " How much of a -majority shall we aim at? Shall it bo ten or fif teen. thousand?71' This Congressional District will do its part. From tho spirit manifested by the Monroe county delegates,' wo havo not a doubt but that her usual large Democratic major ity will be greatly increased. Belmont county ja as true as Btcel. ' Federal whiggery is decrea sing there every year. Harrison county will do Jier duty, and will give the coons the best skin ning they hays received since the days of Gen. Jackaon, - Nominations. In the Columbus Congression al District A. P, Stone, Esq., has been nomina ted by the democracy, to fill the vacancy occa sioned by the death of the Hon. IlemanA.Moore, and Hon. C. J. McNciTy. at prce 3nt Clerk of tho House of Representatives, has been nominated for the 29th Congress. . . In Hamilton county, the Democracy have nom Jnated James J. Fakan, late speaker of the Sen ate, as a candidate for Congress. . O-Tbe whig papers (says the Globe) are kept pretty busy now, in accounting for tho changes to democracy. It is crying over spilt milk, But our camp isnoarly full, and wo will soon bo done faking in, Thin must console them. ELECTIONS. NORTH CAROLINA. j An election was held on tho 1st instant. A Governor and members of the legislature cho-j sen, but not members of Congress, whose elec tion takes place in 1843. Michael Hoke, of Lincoln, is tho Democratic candidate for Gover nor William A. Graham, of Orange, tho fed- ral candidate. In 1842, Morchead, fed. was chosen Governor by 4,592 majority, and in 1810 the State went for Harrison by 12,591. The same year there was a federal majority of 0 in tho Senate, and 30 in the House. We have heard from about four-fifths of the State, and in those counties the Democracy have gained 1,030 since 1812, and the whig majority is only 195! Clay cannot, by any possibility, get the vole of North Carolina. KENTUCKY. Annual election held on Monday, August 5th. A Governor is to be chosen, who holds his office four years. Tho Democrats are running Col. William O. Butler, the federalists Judge Wil liam Owsley, both ex-members of Congress Congressmen are not chosen till 1845. In 1840 Kentucky gave a federal majority for President of 25,440. The Senate last year was composed of Dem. 11, Fed 23 the House of, Dem. 37, Fed. 62. Kentucky votes three days. We have nothing definite from the Slate as yet. The vole for Governor will unquestionably be close, but it is probable that the whigs will elect their Governor and a majority in the Legislature. This was the banner Slate in 1840, and it would seem like hoping against hope, for the Democra cy to succeed there. However, the coon will be pretty well skinned there. ALABAMA. Annual election, August 5, for members of! the Legislature. Governor not chosen this year. A member of the present Congress is to be cho sen in the 3d district, in place of Dixon II. Lew is, now a member of the United States Senate by appointment of the Governor. The Demo cratic candidate is Wm. L. Yancey, federal can didate Daniel E. Wattrous. Last year the Legislature stood Semite, Dem. 19, Fed. 14; House, Dem. 62, Fed. 39. We have no returns whatever from Alabama. INDIANA. Annual election Aug. 5. No Governor to be chosen, nor members of Congress. The Legis lature, including half tho Senate, is elected an nually. Last year parties were thus divided: Senate, Dem. 27, Fed. 21 House, Dem. 55, Fed. 45. We have only partial returns from In diana, and those principally from the Cincinnati Atlas, a hot federal paper but the Atlas ap peals to doubt tho correctness of its own ac count! We have gained two members of the Legislature in Dearborn county, but the whigs seem to have gained in several others. We hope to be able to give our readers full returns next week. ILLINOIS. Election, Aug. 5, for seven members of Con gress, and members of the Legislature, including half the Senate. The Legislature is chosen bi ennially. No Governor to be elected this year. Thomas Ford Dem. was elected in 1842, by 8,316 majority. Tho last legislature stood Senate, Dem. 32, Fed. 14 House, Dem. 84, -Fed. 37. The present delegation to Congress, elected a year ago, comprises 6 Dem., 1 Fed. That election would have regularly taken place in 1842, but was postponed, to await the new apportionment under the census of 1840. We have no returns, MISSOURI. Election Aug. 5, for Governor, live members of Congress, nud members of the Legislature. Members of Congress are chosen by general ticket. The Feds havo nominated neither Gov ernor, nor members of Congress, but have united upon irregular Democrats, known by the name of " softo,1' in contradistinction to the regular Benton Democrats, known as the "hards.'''1 John C. Edvard3 is the regular candidate for Governor, and Judge Allen, tho irregular. Re sult doubtful. Frankfort Springs. We mado a short visit to these delightful springs, a few days since and were highly pleased indeed. They are situated in Washington Co. Pa., ubout four miles north-west of Florence, and are owned by Mr. McGinnis, who keeps a public house on tho premises for the entertainment of visitors. The situation of the springs is beauti ful and romantic; and tho water, which is said by eminent physicians and chemists, to possess med icinal qualities, gushes out of the rock in several places in large streams. There were about fif ty visitors at the springs, when we were over, who were principally from Pittsburgh, which is only about 25 miles distant. We understand that Mr. McGinnia contemplates erecting a largo hotel soon at the springs capable of accommodating as many visitors as may desire tospend the Summor season in a cool and healthy retreat. Louisiana. When the whig papers can no longer influence the Kentucky, Indiana and North Carolina elec tions, by giving garbled and false returns from Louisiana, we hope they will now have the can dor to toll thoir readers the truth in regard to the election in that state. The whig who is elected to Congress from Louisiana is a warm friend to annexation of Texas, and the whig papers at the North are oxultingat his election! . A discission. ; There will be a Mooting of both Democrats and Whigs at the town of New Rumley, on Wed nesday, the 28th instant; when the great politi cal questions which divide the two parties will bo discussed. , Tho public are Invited to attend. ,. RUMLEY, y NORTH, I ...'..,'..", - ';"':' GERMAN. J Who can beat fAw? The Pauldinff (Miss.l Clarion states that tho lady of August M'Donald, of Wayne co., lately presented hor husband with four line, thumping, young democrats nt one irtn. CHIVALRY. Some foolish historian bath said, thai ''die age of chivalry has gono by." It is a sad mistake. Chivalrous spirits have lived in every age since creation's dawn,"and will live until "heaven's last thunder shakes the world." During the elev enth century of the Christian era, chivalry had spread itself all over Europe. Every person, from the King on his throne to his poorest vil lein had the spiritof chivalry infused into his nerves. These chivalrous persons called them selves Knights, and were clad in a suit of mail, so that the arrows and javelins of their adversa ries could not penetrate them. These Knights went to the battle field, not because their own castle had been invaded or their demesne spoli ated, but each one had a. particular lady for whom ho fought, although, in fact the fair one had never been wronged in tho slightest man ner. Who has not read an account of the romantic wars of the Crusaders? Those wars were plan ned, not because the Infidel Saladins had mal treated the Christians of Palestine, but merely that bold Knights might return to their " ladye loves," and receive from their fair hands tho vic tor's wreath. Tho first Kinar Richard of En gland, generally known as "Richard Ca;ur de Lion," and Philip King of France, distinguished themselves on the sunny plains of Syria, and be sides being rewarded by the smiles of the fair ones of England and France, had their names recorded on the brightest pages of history, for thoir Knightly valor. Sir Walter Scott, in Ivanhoe, and several others of his delightful novels, has given graphic and gorgeous descrip tions of chivalry, Knight errantry, and tourna ments; and a countryman of our own, N. P. Wil lis, in his "Pcncillings by the Way," has also described the modern tournaments of Spain, France and Italy, in the felicitous and graceful style for which he is celebrated. At one time chivalry was so prevalent in Spain, that it was a common remark that every other man you met was a Knight! The exis tence of this foolish spirit among the Spaniards, was the only motive which induced the celebra ted Cervantes to write that inimitable work of fiction, " Don Quixote," which is decidedly the best burlesque on Knight-errantry (hat was ever written, aud it had the effect of bringing it into contempt and ridicule. As we said at the beginning of this article, the ago of chivalry has not gone by, Knight errantry of course still exists. Here, in Cadiz, a few days ago, we had a magnificent display of chivalry, sufficient, certainly, to entitle the bold Knights who participated in it, to a place on the broadest page of American history! Haifa do zen young whig Knights were each to have the distinguished honor of assassinating the Editor of the Sentinel! Like the Knights of old, they bowed each before his ladye love, and swore they would fight for and defend them to the last, and never lay down their arms, until 1hey would be crimsoned by our blood! " Fidus ct audax" was inscribed upon their shields! Their swords were of the truest steel, their bludgeons of the strongest ash! They marched forth to battle! Shades of Don Quixote, but they evinced bra very! Their boldest strokes camo from the mouth, their deadliest weapons proved bags of wind! Sic transit gloria chivalry! "The Unkiiidcst CM f All." The imperial council has met, the edict has gone forth! The federal whig aristocracy of Cadiz have unanimously resolved to cut the ac quaintance of the Editor of the Sentinel, and exclude him from society!!! This is too bad, positively! We shall never suivive it! We could submit to almost any other wrong, without a murmur. Half a dozen of their men might have beat out our brains--the whig merchants en masse, might withdraw their palronnga the whig ladies might carry out their modest but un mentionable threats and tho whole party, male and female, might make us the subject of songs in their private circles and in their Club Room and we would have remained as cool and undisturbed as a Stoic. But to be excluded from society (.') is enough to drive a man to mad ness. Oil, me miscrum! The whig aristocracy of Cadiz! Bah!! The whig aristocracy of Ca diz! Puke!! Tho whig aristocracy ot Cadiz! Boy, bring me a glass of water!! The whig a ristocracy of Cadiz! Brass rings and ginger bread!! The whig aristocracy of Cadiz! An ounce of civit, good apothecary!! DELE' DA EST CAIMTIAOO. " Carthage must be destroyed," was tho oft- repeated declaration of the Roman Cato. The Sentinel must bo destroyed and go down, say the whigs of Cadiz. And to carry out their de claration, most of tho whig merchants withdraw their support from the papor, and get their cow ardly, sneaking understrappers, to attack and in sult us on the street. We believe there are still Democrats enough in Harrison county to sup port tho Sentinel, without the assistance of our federal whig population; and we confidently pre dict that for every whig merchant who withdraws his support from the paper, ten honest, whole souled Democrats will take his place. ' SHEEP! In coming from the Morristown Convention, the other day, we met some Democratic friends, who informed us that they wore out purchasing sheep. We advised them to come to Cadiz, and thoy would bo sure to find a choice lot, among the whig party, particularly the chivalrous whig Knights who undertook to flog the Editor of the Sentinel. . Our friends seemed to bo of opinion that the whig sheep in town were nearer akin to a certain animal with long ears! .. . SOLE LEATHER. What amount of sole leather did Mr. Brotlier son and Mr. Stewart, (two whig merchants who are trying to break down tho Sentinol,) wear out in running ove town to borrow our last paper, to ee what we had to soy about them? W only ask for information J . ' MORE WITHDRAWALS! Since our last publication, three more whigs hare discontinued the Sentinel. JAMES W. BEEBE has ordered his paper and advertisements to be stopped. Mr. Beebe, we suppose, like Mr. Stewart and Mr. Brother- son, thinks that ho can get along well enough without the custom of Democrats, and wishes to introduce political differences into business ope rations. Wo admire his 6punk. LITTLETON HILL, a whig butcher, has or- dcred the carrier to leave no more Sentinels at his house. Very well, Mr. Hill. We have pat ronized you on Maiket days, but shall do so no longer, as we presume you don't want Demo crats to purchase beef from you hereafter. This is the only construction that can be put on your conduct. Mr. Hill there is still a balance of 76 cents due us, which you can call up at the captain's office and settle, whenever it is conve nient. JOHN WARD, whig constable, has also stop ped his paper. Wo are glad of it, as we will be a gainer bj the operation. John's bump of pay itiveness is said to be quite diminutive. It any more whigs wish to withdraw, we are ready to expunge their names from our books, when required. THE LIST. The following is a list of the persons who wish to break down the Sentinel, and be patro nized by none but whigs: P. R. K. BROTHCRSON, whig merchant, JAMES STEWART, do do JAMES W. BEFJBE, . ' do do M. F. MALLERNEE, whig tavern keeper, LITTLETON HILL, whig butcher, JOHN WARD, whig constable. SCENE IN A WHIG STORE. Behind the counter is a little palavering Yankee, who is also the whig leader in town. Enter a Democratic larmer, an old customer, who had dealt to the amount of two hundred dollars with Mr. Palaver, the present year. Mr. Palaver Oh, I am so glad to see vou my dear sir, how do yon do, and how is your family? My dear sir, won't you smoke a cigar? Wiiat can 1 sell you to-day t Farmer Please look at my account, Mr. Pa laver, I wish to know how much I am indebted to you. Palaver- -My dear sir, it is only a trifle, not worth mentioning. Farmer Very well, I only wished to know. Although I am a Democrat and you a whig, I have dealt heretofore at your store exclusively, but I understand this morning that you and some other whigs in town were trying to break down the Sentinel, and introduce party politics into business operations. I can stand any thing but that. I can deal with you no longer, anil for the future I shall purchase my goods fuithcr down street. Exit farmer. Mr. Palaver looked like he had como to his senses, for once in his life! O-The Democratic parly are opposed to ev ery species of special legislation, which is inten ded to protect and enrich the wealthy few, and oppress and imperish tho toiling millions. They believe that neither the National or Slate Legis latures should pass laws granting exclusive priv ileges to one class of men which aro denied to another. . The federal parly, on the contrary, have ever been the avowed advocates of special legislation. They want great banking corporations and high tariff laws, which will furnish capital to manufac turers, and enable them to reap profits of from 15 to 25 per cent. THE POLK.-OIITS. The Baltimore Republican has published the names of 3900 persons who have forsaken the whig ranks, and have deternrned to support Polk and Dallas. And tho cry is still, they come! HENRY CLAY'S TEXAS SENTIMENTS. 03-"Persouslly, I could have KO OB JECTIONS t the Annexation of Texas." HENRY CLAY AND SLAVERY. The following is an extract from a speech de livered in the United States Senate, in Februa ry, 1839: "I know there is a VISIONARY DOGMA which holds that Negro slaves cannot be the sub- jcct of property. I SHALL not dwell long upon tins SPECULATIVE AliSTJtAUTlUiM. Two hundred years have SANCTIONED & SANC TIFIED NEGRO SLAVES AS PROPERTY." 07-Court commenced in Cadiz, on Monday, and is at present dragging its weary length along. There aro not so many persons in town as we expected there would be. There are no cases of importance to be tried. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. The Democracy had a spirited meeting at the Court house on Monday evening, which was ad dressed by Wm. Kennon, Jr. Esq., and II. J Jewett, Esq. of St. Clairsville. CtZaciiauiaii Poulson, Esq., long known and respected as tho founder and publisher of tho "American Daily Advertiser," died at his res idence in Philadelphia, on Wednesday morning last. He had attained tho venerable nge of 82. JAYNE-S EXPECTORANT. Rev. John Scgur,of Lambcrsvillo, New Jersey, who was Buffering with a huaraenpis und soreness of the lungi and throat, and a suffocating Asthma was cured by one bottle. Mr. J. L. Simpkins savs that it cured his wife of eontumption, and one of Ills children of hooping-cougk. Rev. Jonathan Going, D. D.. Piesidcnt of Granville College, Ohio, gays! 'lie was laboring unitor a severe cold, cough and hoarieneu, and that his difficulty of, breathing was so great that he felt liimiclf in immi nent danger of immediate suffocation, but was perfect ly cured ly usinc this Expectornnt. Mrs. Dilkn, of Salem, New Jersey, was cured of Asthma of 30 yenrs standing by using two battles of tins nieuicine. Airs, warn, also ol eulem, was cured of the same complaint br five bottles. Lewis C. Levin, Esq., the dintinguished advocate of iempernnce, stated at a meeting ot upwards of three thousand persons, that he should not have been able to address them, but for the axe of 'Jnyne's Expecto rant.' lie said that he had been laboring under a hoarseness and severe oppression of tho chest, kat he had purchased some of the E.xpisctornnt tho day be fore, which lind relieved him in a few hours, and he found himself, contrary to his own expectation, able to address the multitude. The above medicine forsale bj tmgust 14. W. B. BEEBE Cadi. Independent candidate for Congress 15th Dist, JOSEPH A.- RAM AGE, of Belmont. T I AKDWA HE, Of every description, just received 1J and lor sale low ny j. r. iviniu. inay v j THE CONSPIRACY. - Read tho following communication from an ! n H niAinl vilinia tvpll known in this rnmitv.' . ' " . ' The conspiracy of the whig-merchants to crush the Sentinel operates admirably! For the Cadiz Sentinel. Ms. IIahpkr I see by your last paper that another attempt has been made, by tho decent coons of Cadiz, to break down the Cadiz Sen tinel, because it dares to expose their miscon duct because it has the boldness to tell the truth. Let them go on. All their puny ef forts to break down your paper will but raiso it. Regard not their patronage. 1 he Democrats ot Harrison county are numerous enough and able enough to sustain' it and they will do it. De pend upon tins, lou can hardly imagine live disgust which the Democrats of mv neighbor hood feel at the combination of Brothcrson, Mallernec, &c, to injure you and your alia and fearless paper. Having grown and fattened up on the patronage and custom of the Democrats, Mr. Brothcrson and his colleagues now say by their conduct, that they do not care forthem any longer let the locos go to the deuce we can do without them, or their custom. Well, bo it so. 1 believe there is one or two Democratic stores in Cadiz, at which goods can be purcha sed as cheap, and on as good terms as they can be had at whig stores, and if whig storekeepers and tavern keepers are getting so much above themselves, as to declare independence of the Democrats in the way of patronage and trade, there is one consolation left, it is a two-handed game. Tho attempt made, four or five years ago, by some of these same coons, to break down or in jure the Sentinel, only reacted in its favor. So it will be again. Numerous Democrats, who are not at present subscribers, when they are made acquainted with the conspiracy of he whig decency of Cad'z to break down the Sen tinel, and brow-beat and intimidate you from do ingyour duly, will become subscribers, aud use their influence to get others to do the same. It is not you they hale they despise the light that blazes through the medium of your paper upon the bad character of Henry (day show ing his blood-thirstiness, his perjury, his profani ty, his debauchcrv and his hypocrisy! It is the paper they hate it is not you. Go on, then, as you have been doing, and give these tedeial coons a full view of the naked deformity of their idol Henry Clay. ROBERT ALEXANDER. P. S. Put me down as a subscriber for three copies of your valuable paper which will make up for the loss of Mallernec, Brothevson and Stewart. R. A. GERMAN TOWNSHIP. For the Cadix Sentinel. Nisw Jeffehsok, O., August 2d, 1811. The Democratic Republican Association of German township, met and adopted the follow ing resolutions; viz: Resolved, That we deem it high time for ev ery true Democrat to bestir himself, and to tuke a decided stand in favor of all the Democratic nominees that are now made, or that may be made hereafter, for any office whether National or Stale. Resolved, That desirous as it may be to dwell at peace with our whig neighbors, and sorrowing fur the occasions that impel us to array ourselves in opposition to them, yet the calumniating of our candidates lor oihees the arrogant assump tions made the false issues attempted to be joined, and the falsehoods put forth by them, admonish us of the necessity ot taking a decided and defensive ground. Resolved, That we believe the true moi'ter at issue, at present, is a National Bunk, a Protec tive Tariff, the Distribution of the proceeds ofl the Public Lands, and the Assumption by the General Government of the Debts of the States. That against all of these the Democrats array themselves, while the whigs are for tliein; aad they attempt to drag forward, as of the greatest importance, the Annexation of Texas; which is only a plan to divert the attention from the true questions at issue: for, bo it remembered, that Henry Clay said that " a National Bank is of superior importance;'''' and again, very recently, reiterated that "a National Bank is paramount, to all other questions." Resolved, That we are opposed to a National Bank, on the ground that it is not enumerated in the powers of Congress, nor in the Constitution, to create one or is it necessary to carry on tho Government and thereby deduciblo by fair in ference or construction. Resolved,, That in the plan to Distribute the proceeds of the sales of the Public Lands a mong the Slates, we see an attempt made to make the General Government a tax-gatherer for the States, and a bribe ottered to the States to allow the General Government to exercise lati tudinous power. Resolved, That we hold the Assumption of the State Debts by the General Government, un constitutional, unjust, aud iniquitous in the ex treme. Resolved, That we are in favor of a Tariff to an amount corresponding precisely to the wants of the General Government, administered econ omically, in lime of peace, and this wo hold will afford all the protection in any wise called for by the good of all. Resolved, That we are in favor of the Annexa tion of Texas to the Union, on a plan in cb a me ter similar to that proposed by Thomas H. Ben ton; and we believe to annex it is a Legislative act, and not an Executive one. But we go Dem ocratic measures wah or without lexas. Resolved, That it is with feelings of indigna tion, that we call to mind the imprisonment of Thomas W. Dorr; believing it to bo a thrust at the vitals of the Democracy of our country. Resolved, That we will uso our best exer tions, in a lawful way, to promote the election of all regularly nominated Democrats to the offices for w hich nominated. Resolved, That the proceedings of this meet ing be sicrncd by the President and Secretary, and published in the Cadiz Sentinel. AfNUKCW L,XiUii, President. John M. Bvbn's, Secretary. To the Bdxtorof the Sentinel: Sm l'loase announce the name of Joseph Ti. Huts. teb, as a suitable canuidate lor s-enator, nnd oblige many voters of AKUllh.lt TOWN.SIH1; Mr. L. iuhpei Please aunounoo the name of Geohoe W. Bcorr.of Shortcreek township, us a auitn- Ll. .hhJ.I. f,. Uimnln. nn.l .'11 I l.lf. uiu i-uuuiuaio 11.1 KJvuavui, umi juu mil uoiltl nwiny voters of CADIZ, And also, the nftme of Robert MoMillkn, of A- tbons township, for the same office, ! Mr. Harper Please announce the name of John Gruder, of German township, as a suitable candidate lor etaie eonator, and oblige many votors nl " HARRISON & JEFFERSON A. RICHARDSON, CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER, AND DEALER in Watches, Jewelry and Silverware,- , ' .sPECTAcr&ns, . ,v - AND SPECTACLE CLASSES FOK AtL AGES Clocks and Wntchps repaired nnd WMrnnted, , ' ' No. 71 Market street,'"; . pimnw'tifflt.- ARCHER TOWNSHIP. To the Editor of the Cadiz Sentinu.' . . . ' . . . . township, held at the house ot Mr. James Emi- 'uv on til(J aj t,iy 0f August,- 1S1J, the meeting was called to older by appointing JAMES DE- I VORE Chairman, aud Jmo Tifto Secretary; whereupon the meeting proceeded to choose Delegates to the Congi)ionaI and Senatorial Conventions, as follows: Mr. James C. Love and Joseph Wallace were chosen as Delegates to the Congressional Convention to be held a( Morris lown, on the 8th day of August, 1S44; and Win. Smiley and John Atkinson were chosen as Dele gates to the Senatorial Convention to be held at Bloomfield, on the 24th of August, 1811. After the business of the meeting was dispo sed of, the following resolutions were read and unanimously adopted: Resolved, That we heartily approve of tho nominations of JAMES K. POLK aad GEORGE M. DALLAS, and DAVID TOD; and that we will use all fair and honorable means to securo their election. Resolved, That we approve of the course pursued by the Editor of the Sentinel, in expo sing the cloven foot of whiggery. Resolved, That Saml. G. Peppard and Joseph Sharon deserve the warmest thanks of tho Dem ocrats of Harrison county, for their untiring ef forts in behalf of Democratic principles. r Resolved, Thai the proceedings of this meet ing be signed by the chairman and secretary and published in the Cadiz Sentinel. ' JAMES DEVORE, Chairman. James Tiiton, Secretary. CONSUMPTION ARRESTED. ' '" Another cure performed by Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy. Mr. Phineas Tonilinson near Adamsville, Muskingum county, certifies that his eon, aged 1 6 years was seriously afflicted with disease of the Lungs for 3 or 4 years. His symptoms were slight cough, hectic fever and night sweats, attended with a general debiliated state of the system, Bhuwing all symptoms of "going in to a decline." Having used various medicines, but to no effect, and as a last resort was determined to test the virtnes of Dr. Duncan't Kxpcctoront remedy, which he procured of the agent in Zanesville, and am happy to state to the public, that this medicine actually did re move all dicease from his lungs, nnd finally restored him to perfect health. It notbcingupwuidao?9 months and his Lungs appear to be perfectly healthy. Principal office, 19 North Sth St., Philadelphia. A fresh supply received by the agent at Cadiz. Always ask for lr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy and be sure you get it. For sale at the Store of W. B. BEEBE, Cadiz O. WE ARE NOT IN THE II A BIT of culoging any thins in the form of "Patent Medicine," for we have Jong been of the opinion that nothing but a worthless nostrum needs the imposing name of "Patent" to bring it into notice. Hence our hostility hasbeen strong and uncompromising against every thing in the line. But at length our prejudices have been (breed to yield to th immense amount of testimony in favor of "Dr. VVistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry." Judging from what we have seen and heard of its effects, we pronounce it the most fortunate combination of medical ngentsever discovered for the cure or Consumption; and indeed, it appears to be perfectly master of ali pulmonary complaints. We advise the public to make an immediate and fair trial of it, and they will then praise it move warmly than we have done. See advertisement. NOTICE. There will he sold at my residence, two miles from Cadiz, on the bottom road leading from Cadiz to New Philadelphia, on the 31st of August, the following de scribed properly, viz: 1 two horse wagon, 2 work hor ses, 1 colt, 2 set of horse gears, 1 bed and bedding, 1 pair of bedsteads, 1 plough, 1 harrow, and corn in the ground; also, household and kitchen furniture, too tedious to mention. The above furniture will be sold on nine months credit, with security. ansust 14. JACOB MARSHALL.. STIIAY COW! STRAYED away from the subscri ber, on the 2nd inst., a dark milch Cow, with crumpled horns and a streak of white upon the belJy. Any nerson returning snid cow, or civinir in- formalion where she may be had, will bo liberally re warded for his trouble. DANIEL McMULLEN. august 14, 1814. ADMIMSTilATOK'S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby giveu to all persons who are indebted to the Estate of John Singer, late ef .Shortcrepk township, Harrison Couuty, Ohio deceased, to make immediate payment to the subscriber; and all persons who have legal claims against said Estate, will nroent them, lcjally proven for settlement, with in eighteen mouths fiom the 10th day of May, A. D. Itill. ASA MUljiUCS, Jlwminixlrnlor de boiis n-ji of John Singer, dee'd. August 14 3t. pib TO THE TAX-PAYERS OF HARRISON COUNTY. THE nmount of per centage, levied on each hun dred dollars of valuation, on Taxable property, in tho several townships in Baid county, for the year A. D. 1844, is as follows: S g g- g 3- s. ? Townihipi. Shortcreek, 7 3 2 2 i i i 1 lfii $1,65 Creen, 7 3 2 2 4 1 , 1 10, 1,65 Gorman, 7 3 2 2 4 4 1 164 1,65 Athens, 7 3 2 2 4 4 4 3 184 1,85 Cadiz, 7 3 2 2 i 4 4 14 17 1,70 Archer. 7 3 3 2 4 4 4 14 17 1,70 liumlcv, 7 3 2 2 4 4 4 2 174 1,75 Mooreiield, 7 3 2 2 " 1 164 1,65 Nottingham, 7 3 2 2 "" 14 17 1,70 Stock, 7 3 2 2 "2 174 1,75 North, 7 3 2 2 1 164 1,65 Freeport, 7 3 2 2 " 1 164 , 1,65 Washington, 7 3 2 2 14 17 1,70 Franklin, 7 3 2 2 " 2 174 1,75 Monroe, 7 3 2 2 " 1 1G4 1,65 Notice is hereby given, that I will attend as follows, at the usual place ol holding elections, in each town ship, to receive laxes, to wit: Shortcreek, Sptem'r 12th, Ptock, September 21st, Ori-en, " Archer, " Germnu, " Uumley, " North, " 13th, 14th, 16th, 17th, Franklin, 23rd, Nottingham, Washington, Freeport, Mooreficld, . Athens, Cadiz, 24th, 25th, 26th, 37 th, 28th, 30th, 18th, 19th, 20ih, Monroe, " Edwards' tav'n" ' Z. BAYLES3, TitF.ASirRnii'g Office .) Treasurer of Harrison co. Cadiz, Aug. 1st, 1844 Attention';' Volunteers! TTIIE Volunteer Companies in the 2d ' JL Brigade nnd 14lh Division, O. M., are hereby notified to meet in Cadiz, for on the ground selected for tho purpose iu the vicifiity, on Tuesday, the 2()th of Angns't, fit being 3d Tuesday,) at 10 o'clock, A. M., uuilbrined and equipped so as to perform cump duty, not les, than, three nor more thnn five days, agreeably to to the ii 1 th section of the lust Militia Law. . ..., . ' ' C. WARFKL, 4 Driii . General of laid Brigrde. Jiilv 2dtli. 1R44. . trm N. B. I would take occasion here to state, that we are meeting to dischurga military duty, under regula tions to us altogether new ; it is thernforo tiocessnry that we should commence and dincharge It with the strictest attention and observance of law. The 36th section re quire, that oil our parades, mustcriand encampment Khali be governed by the same rule, and regulation! that govern tho army of the United Ktatesi therefore, the commandants ot companies are particularly required to see that their men nre sulBciently supplied with equipments, provision, nnd ammunition, to lint thctn dining the encampment; nud also, to be on the f round at precisely 10 o'clock, as the law shall be strictly en forced. . . ... "- ' ( ... 1 would also suggeit, that the men supply lhmWe! with a writable number of Crtrigei-rnot lew than twenty-four rounds apiece, for he occasion. -C. Vi. ENCOURAGE Western Lltrature. Ned BtmtiiW! Mngnzint, No. 1, Vol. 1, Mu.V 1H44. The f ' lumber of this Western extulletit monthly is rc-oived 7Yi, dolhri a vr-nr onlv. Sulworiptions received- hv Ii,sy2. " 'A.Ti. rKA.KH.trfidi.nvil. II"