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The Federal coons claim Pennsylvania, 1 linigli she has elected a Democratic Governor by" 5,000 of a majority, notwithstanding the union hetween the Church-burning Natives and the unitflncipled Fcduial coons of Ph'I-ideljiIiia; fur, bad it not been for that coalition, Shank's majority would havo Lccn at least 2,0i',0. Therefore, according 'to Federal arithmetic, if Pennsylvania, with her Democratic majority o! 12,000, goes for Henry Clay ly 15,000, may we not calculate that O.'iio, with her coon ma jority, will go for Polk by 23,000! It's a poor rule that won't woik both ways! Oh, Roorback ! The fam-cIi-Ruiucr I.cviit. The IXFAMAUS LEVIN, who was elected to Congress from Philadelphia city, by the Church Lunicrs and coons, has been INDICTED by the Grand Jury of Philadelphia for being ENGA GED IN A RIOT, to take the life and destroy the properly of our adopted countrymen. It is probable, therefore, that the rascal will spend a season in the Penitentiary, instead of the Hall of the House of Representatives. A WOLF Ii MIliLI'S CLOTHIJVCi! A Federal hard-cider Clay coon, of the blue light Hartford Convention stamp, named Sitlli vaxt, of Columbus, Ohio, has written a pam phlet, addressed to the Liberty party, the object of which is to induce thorn to break up their or ganization, nnd vote for Henry Cliy. The Statesman says that Sullivant never was an abo litionist, never attended one of their meetings, and is a regular Clay coon, streaked and dyed in the wool! Nail the hypocrite! Iisj;iaceliil Plagiarism. The last Statesman contains an Address from the Democratic Central Committee, which expo ses one of the most shameless plag:arisms we ev er heard of. It appears that the Whig State Cen tral Committee lately put forth a document, over their proper signatures, (ho main topics and sen timents of which ARE STOLEN FRO.M THE ADDRESS OF THAT TREASONABLE HARTFORD CONVENTION, which met in old federal Connecticut, during the last war! Who can longer doubt the affiuily between inod orn wliiggery and ancient federal toryism? Kcalli of Mrs. sSIey. Henry Clay with his own hand wrote the chal lenge which Graves scut to Jonathan G'illuv. which shut out all explanation and reconciliation. Poor C'llcy fell! And his wife, who was a pine minded and sensitive lady, became a maniac, and so continued for several years. She died at Thomaston, Maine, a few days since. fcS-'Vil-liam J. Graves heads the Clay electoral ticket ia Kentucky, and the federal party are supporting Henry Clay for the Piesidency! Terrible Gale on h:lm 13rie, The Buffalo papers are filled with accounts of u terrible gale, loss of life and destruction of prep arty, on Lake Erie, on Friday the 18th ins!. The whole lower pat of die City of B.jffalo, ex tending into Seneca street, on the E.ist side of inaiue street, presents, says the B.iff.lo Gazelle of Saturday, one general scene of wreck and diss olution. The water was Iwo feet higher than if was ever known before. Vessels were driven by the wind into the very streets and there left high and dry on terra firma. Tiie damage done to the shipping is immense. Many vessels.' were rendered total wrecks. Between forty and fifty parsons were either killed or are missiri'r. Sev eral houses in Uullido were blown down or oth erwise injured. The gale extended along Ihe Jake westward. Five vessels are ashore at Eric. 3Ve have no room to go into particulars, as they would occupy several columns ofour paper. To Campaign Subscribers. Many Democrats subscribed for the Sentinel fwrllw Presidential Campaign. The present is Ihe last number; but we shall continue to send the paper to most of those who agreed to take it for tie campi'gn, t.nd if they do not wish to continue their subscriptions, they will ploase return tho paper apprising us of the fict. (O"Tli0 Skytixki,, after the present number, will eolitahi a greater variety, and will be filled witli more interesting matter to the general rea der. We shall serve up a well-peppered dish for the politician,--news for quid ! Essays on farmiug for our country friend thoughts for tho thoughtful talcs for lovesick misses and flow ers for the gay. In short, we will make our sheet, "A map ofbusy life, Its fluctuations ami its vast concerns." M ill it not be a Mtuinc If a single Democrat remains at homo on Fri day, when HIS VOTE may defeat Clay in Ohio? Old men and young men! Democrats i)lj turn out in your might and strength! "Come, as the winds conic, when forests arc funded ; Come, ua the waves come, when navies are stranded J" If Defeated Now, The Federal party aro defeated forever! If thejr do not succeod, under their present organiza tion, they never can, by any possibility, succeed again. Is this not enough to induce every Dctn octat to re-double his exertions, in order to swell our vote to tho greatest extent? Tire not! tiro not! work on! work on! nnd victory must be ours! JLETTEK riCOitl JTIlft. lMUMiV. Tltfl Albany argus of the 1 1th instant says: "Tho New-York Tribune of yesterday, coutains a letter from James G. Birney, hi which ho de nial peromplorily tho story put in circulation by tho whig press that he had avowed on his jour ney fiom Detroit to Buffalo, "his preference for Mr. Polk and for tho loco foco policy genorollv." On the contrary, ho says, that on tho occasion referred to, he spoke both of Mr. Clny and Mr. Polk, as he always had done, as "utterly objec tionable." As to the story of his nomination, by tho democrats, for tho Legislature of Michi gan, ho knows nothing of it but savs. if nomi nating by any portion of his countrymen, "it has een done neither as a democrat nor as a whig." icru i uiiomur wing tioorback exploded. JA!UKS O. BIitEV. Tho Federal Rooibatks havo FORGED A LETTER, and signed the name cf James G. Birney to it, in which ho is made to say, before be left Miclrgan for the cast, that if nominated by the Democratic Convention for Representa tive, he wi.uld creep! the nomination. Could rascality go Art her than this? We publish be low Mr. Biincy's last letter to tho editor of the Tr ibune, in w hich lie sets himself aright before tho country: ANOTUEIl LETTER FROM J. G. BIRNEY. ilnmdon, Conn., Oct. 10, 1811. To the JV.tor of the Tribune: J liave-just now seen in the Tribune of to-day nn article headed 'Coalition of James G. Birney with the Polk party." The charge of coalition rest on the fact, that J have been nominated for tho legislature of Michigan by a Democratic convention, and that I assented to its being done. The following is nil, of substance, that is ne cessary to explain the transaction : During mv absence from home. last venr, in New England, it was proposed in tho Wino Con vention ot the County in which 1 reside, to nomi nate me for the Legislature. The nomination, however, was not made, on the ground, as I was informed, that I might not be willing to serve if elected, and that the County, in that event, would Le put to the trouble and expense of hold ing niiolherelection. Beiiigasked,on my return whether I would have served had I been elected, f replied that I would; that its every voter in the County knew 1 1 i : t 1 was an Abolitionist a member of tho Liberty party, and opposed to both the other parties for I had used every pro per occasion, publicly and privately, to expose tlirir iinlaitlilulne.'-s 1 would regard mv elec tion as coining from the people, irrespective pv.rty. Last Spring and Summer, complaints of mirf nianagenumt on the part of the County authori ties were made by tho people of the County. I thought the complaints were just. - The persuns most implicated were of both tho Whig and De mocratic parties. A public meeting was held to t-.ike into consideration thechnrges. I presen ted the facts of the case to the meeting, and sup ported a set of resolves embodying the senti ments of the meeting in relation to them. The course 1 took met with the approbation of these who were present and of those who were not excepting, very likely, the parties implicated and their new- friends. The same evening I reviewed before a larjre .ofcFcmbly, embracing nearly nil w ho had been in the County meetinjr just mentioned, the course of the Democratic and Whig parties, as connec ted wiih the cause ol human liberty, with the just claims of tho North, and the" intem-itv of the Constitution. This rev iew could, of course, lie nothing else than severe: vet, no one, save it might bo the party managers, found fault with it; and this, because the facts were true the treatment candid and impartial. It was after this that the wish was expressed by persons of both parties that I should repre sent the County in the Legislature. I wns ap plied to, to say tlvat I would serve if elected. My uniform answer from whatever quarter the application came was, that if the people of mo bounty, with the lull knowledge which they possessed of my opinions, wished me to serve them, I would do it. I told them moreover, thai I should regard my olectionas proof that the peo ple intended to put an end to the pernicious par ty contests, by which their own peace, and the interests of the County had boon so long marred Aitnoiigh I have been nominated by my Dem ocratic neighbors, no one in tho county would have ppaken of me as of that party had not the cue been given !;v ihe wire-workers of the Whig party especially by the originator of the coali tion story, the Detroit Advertiser, a print that mis. spareu nehner Met nor U;;ti.n to win over the Liberty party in Michigan to the support of tho Whigp, by weekning their confidence in me. A specimen ot its recklessness mzv be seen in tho f.tntement transferred to the Tribune that if my conjtrcncc u it.'i Ueneral Uaneall at Hint were dirulged, it would doubtless disrhsr, that my mission to the East was undertaken at the 'in stance of the Loco Focos, as well as lead!"" Abolitionists of New-Tod; though cloaked un der the pretence of a visit to mi son residing in Connecticut. I neither saw General H.iscnll when I wasn't Flint, nor have I ever exchanged with him a dozen words on nnv matter of party politics. This is all fiction. 'Whatever 1 have dona has been done openly ; nnd I absolve from every obligation of secrecy all persons wiih whom I havo conversed on matters pertaining to public men or party measures'. i:rt of the article in Tho Tribune is a. letter signed by A. P. Davis of Flint, in Michigan. He professes to have discovered the clue to my "inveterate hostility" to Mr. Clay, in the afore said nomination, and in the fact of my first mar riage having been into the Marshall' liimily. Now it turns out that my first marriage was not into tlie Marshall family, and that that family, in Kentucky, are, with but two executions, so far as I have heard, favorable to the election of Mr. Clay. Ihe charge of inveterate hostility t0,lr ';,y 'f t mean any thing more than political opposition is wholly imaginary. 1 have no reasons for opposing Mr. Clay on per sonal grounds On tho contrary the intercourse we hive had has been of the m ist friendly char acter. I oppose bin election, because he disbe lieves the great political truths of the Declara tion of Independence, the foundation of all just Government, and because he repudiates the para mount object of tho Union, tho perpetuation of liherty to all. Un the same ground I oppose the election of Mr. Polk. But I mere deprecate the election of Mr. Clay- because, possessing abili ties superior to Mr. PolkV, he would proportion illy weaken the inlhience of those truths on the minds of our countrymen. Respectfully, &ic. JAMES G. BIRNEY. P. S. Tho only direct information I have had respecting this nomination has been conveyed to mo by a member of the Whig party residing tit Saginaw in a letter just received. His language shews that my nomination to tho Legislature is not owing to party nttchment. Ho says, "I think you may make up your mind to spend this winter in Detroit, for this seems to bo the wish of u good number of both parties." Mu. Tom on a National Bank. What course will Mr. Polk take in relation to the Bank question, if elected? In answer to this question, we have hid own declaration and pledge: "I am opposed to the Chttrlcringby Congress of a National Bank. I boliove that Congress possesses nn constitutional power to charter such a bank; and if it did, it would, in my opin ion, Le inexpedient to exorcise it." JOHN ItAJYDOM'II SAID Of Henry Clay, "he is talented, but corrupt he shines and stinks, and stinks and shines, like rotten mackerel in moonlight," How nppro- priuto nnd true! LIBERTY MEN, nr.AU this: The conduct of Mr. Clay and his friends in Kentucky compared wiih their profession in Ohio The Itcv. Mr. iairbank in irons! Miss Webster, a niece of Dan. Webster, in Prison "Practice" upon the Abolitionists compared with the "professions' of the Llay leaders ifead, circulate, and show up tho double faced hyp ocrites. Never have we seen such exertions ns are ma king by the Clay leadois in this State to make the people believe that Mr. Clay is, or will bo, if elected a good liheiity oh abolition man, while these very liberty men, if they cross the line into Kentucky, in sight of his Ashland pal ace, ate thrown into prison, IRONED, MANA CLED and TREATED LIKE FEIXJNS! If Mr. Clay intends, if elected, to liberate all the slaves in ihe south, commencing with his own, as the whig leaders in Ohio would make us be lieve, why does he sit laughing by, whilo men and womun are in prison, IRONED and MAN ACLED? Was there ever such shameless hy pocrisy ever such attempts at gulling the pub lic mind? The Rev. Mr. Fairbank, of Ohio, and Miss Webster, who says, in a letter, that she is a niece of Daniel Wcbsior, were in Kentucky they do not deny being abolitionists were charged with enticing away negroes, and are thrown into pris on, ana in irons: and in sight ot tho '"beaulilul giovcs of Ashland," to use a whig expression! The following conversation took place a few days ao between a whig, who is a personal friend of of Mr. II. Clay, and a democrat, in the city ofj J.exmgton : "Democrat. Is it possible that you would have ihe abolitionists to vole for Mr. Clay? Whig. Certainly 1 do wish it, and believe they will.. Democrat. I say it is not possible, if you re flect a moment ; for you cannot wish Mr. Clay lo fulfil the expectations of the abolitionists, and dis turb the union of the Slates. Whig. I certainly do not wish Mr. Clay to do any thing to disturb the Union, and 1 AM SURE HE WILL DO NOTHING FOR THE ABOLI TIONISTS. Democrat. Then, as you do not expect him to do any thing which the abolitionists expect, you c.innot ask him to deceive them I hope yen respect him too highly." One of the most respectable citizens of Lex ington writes thai such dialogues are common in that cily. Cassius M. Clay was sent over by arrangements lo gull the people of Ohio, while Clay's most intimate friends laugh at the ioke. jeer at the gulls they expect to catch, and public ly avow that Mr. C'iav, il elected, "VV ILL DO NOTHING FOR THEM." The people north and south should turn their fares against such arrant hypocrisy, and sternley rebuke the authors of the plot. Abolitionism is encouraged in Ohio by news from Mr. Clay Ashland is made tho very home of Anti-Slavery movements; but no sooner does the abolitionist set his foot upon the outskirts of ''shadv Ash land," than into PRISON is he tossed, &. IRON ED to the wall to prevent his escape! We eon fess we have not much sympathy for the pullers or the gulled. Mr. Clay and his whigmaaageis show themselves expert jiastkus, and tho aboli tionists who vote for the "embodiment," exhibit! a degree of passivo submission that an African! slave would scarcely submit to. Miss Webster has written a letter into this State to her friends, as wc are informed by Mr. Converse, of Claik county, in which slio depicts her situation in prison, and speaks of the excite ment about Lexington as unparalleled. The following from the Jailer and Clkrk of Fayette County Court, Kentucky, speak for themselves. Such is the way Clay's fnends ?r:,; abolitionists in Kentucky. Here, in Ohio, they press them to their bosom?, with "how art thou, my brother?" State or KfiNTccKV, layette CO. ss. Jailor's Office, Lexington, Ky. I, Thomas B. Megowan, Jailor for the county aforesaid, do certify that a man who calls himself the Rev. Calvin Fairbank, and a woman who calls her self Delia A. Webster, arc confined in this jail, awaiting trial on indictments found by the Grand Jury for the Fay-' ette Circuit Court, for negro stealing, and conveying the same to the State of Ohio. And further I certify that, for good cause, 1 have had the Mr. Fair- bank ironed. Given under my hand this 19ih day of October, in the year of our Lord, 181 1, and of the Commonwealth the 5-d. THOMAS B. MEGOWAN, Jailor, Fayette County, State of Kentucky. State of Kenticky, Fayt'tlo county, ss. I, James C. ltodes, Clerk of the coun ty Court, for tho county aforesaid, do certify that Thomas B. Megowan, whoso name is signed to the above in strument, is and was, at the date there of, Jailer, in and for said county, duly appointed and qualified according to law, In testimony whereof, I havo here unto set my hand and affixed my seal of office, which is the seal of said Court this 20th day of October 1811. Attest; JAMES C. RODES. We hereby certify, that the above certificates wore received from Lexincton. and are correct. The originals are to bo seen at tho olfico cf the Ohio Statesman, it any ono doubts them. We have them through a source too, of tho h'"hcst respectability, to whom we wrote, to ascertain if tho reports were true concerning these individ uals. Our desire is to expose the frauds nraclisinir on the people of this Stato by Mr. Clay and his menus in noiuing inemseives up as ubolilionisls in principle aud fooling, and that by voting for him, the objects of the abolitionists will be ad vanced and placed on hichor lrouud than if thev voted otherwise. Wo submit this matter to iho good judgment and consciences of thoge who de sire open and fair dealing. VVM. TREVITT, ' S. D. PRESTON, A. CHIT'I FiNDEN, J. REINHARD, ' S. MEDARY. ( Viio State Democratic Ventral Committee. I OILMii. news. TWELVE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. Commercial Treaty brtirrcn the United State and China Condition of Europe, &c. The Htcanvr Acadia, Cant. Harrison, arrived at Boston on Sund iv. By thisrrrivr.l wc have London pners of the 3d, Liverpool of the -1th, and Paris, Dublin, and Havre dates of the 1st instant. There has not been activity in the Produce market. Prices have in nearly all instances been well sustained. The prospects of the fu ture are still encouraging. Fine weather has enabled growers to secure the crops in good con- iliflfili' nvrn 111 ll.n .nr.... .- mA ,11... w,An l ' - ' IIIU Illl.TI Utll IV ,V ,1 1 U timiIIL.ia Ml Great Britain and Ireland, thereby ensuring a good supply of food. , In the manufacturing dis tricts, less animation was Apparent throughout September th:n existed during the month prece ding, but stocks of Cloths end Yarn have not ac cumulate'd, owing to the demand from tho home trade, w hich is in a more satisfactory st-.'.te than fur some yer.rs past. The Cotton market is still much depresseJ by the heavy stocks, and shows symptoms of declin ing, though at present a leductiou of 1-Sd per lb. cannot be quotod. The treaty entered into between England and France, for givingup offenders in cither country, has been carried out in the person of Jaciuirs Bussed, ch-tigcd with fraudulent bankruptcy, has been taken into custody in London, rnd sent to Piiris. It is said the British Ministry intend to attack the Irish Repeal movements again. Rumors exist Hint a treaty has been entered into between Brazil and England. This intel ligence tuny or may not be correct. Mr. Everett, the American Minister, is said to have solicited his rec.dlT Tho Queen of England, returning from Scot land, W0S expected to nrrivc in London en the third. The Quoen of Spain is dying. Tho King cf France would leave Treport for England 5th instant. The Bank of England, at their half venrh meeting on the Jtlith lilt., declared a dividend ol di per cent- It was stated nt the meeting that tho branch Banks yielded a small profit. It is very commonly rumored in the city, that it is the intention of Government to exclude from the Court, and from the Ministerial parties, oil the foreign Ministers or Charges d'Ad'aires, whose governments have not faithfully fulfilled their engagements with their creditors in this country.' DaK.vnM.-r. Lo.s ok Lin:. Accounts front Sunderland give an account of on explosion in a coalpit at ILiswell colliery, about ten-miles from Sunderland, which has caused the destruc tion of ninety-six huui::n beings! Ili-MOUKKD Th.k.vtv. R'tmoi s have been cur rent for some days that a. new treaty has been recently entered into between Brazil and tho British Government. Nothing positive is known as to the terms, and in the absence of definite in formation, speculation has been very rife. A general advance of five percent, on the importa tion of British goods is mentioned nsonc of the clauses of the treatv. Tartans r.rc becoming fashionable, inconse quence of the Queen's visit to Scotland, and, the pattern being patronized by her Majesty. The report is confirmed that Bohemia will join the German Customs Union, by way of ex periment, for five years. O'Conneil, whose movements arc recorded With ;i degree ol interest not inferior to these of rnyality, has left the Irish metropolis for bis mountain heme. 1 REL A.N D. The repeal rent on the 23d of hept. w.is declared to bo 00!) Ids. Od. The Repeal Association met on the 30th Sept. Tho meeting was addressed by Measrs. M. O1 Conncll and others, and the rent was announced to bo 319 18. FRANCE. The papers announce ihe arrival at 1 any of the Duke do GlueKsoerg wnn a trea ty between Franco nnd Morocco. The Emper or stipulates that ho will communicate to'thei French government the names of the Mooris h chiefs-who invaded tho Algerian territory ; that Abd-eI-k"d-,T l.c outlawed throughout the Afri can possessions of tho Emperor and France ; that he m iv be pursued by the troops of both govern ments, until expelled or captured; thnt if ho fall into tho hands of tho French, he is to be treated with every respect duo to his station ; thnt Moga dor Island and the town of Ouchda be evacuated by the Fr neh; tint prisoners of war be immedi ately exchanged; and that the ratification of the treaty be exchanged within two months. SWEDEN. Popular disturbances h ive been occasioned by tin rejocti.m of tho measure of re form recently discussed i:i the Diet; nnd there were riots on tno &?th and 2'Jth of August. The method of their suppression was curious. Tho police hired a number of assistants, miners, day laborers, nnd others, all of them tall nnd power ful men, who mingled with the crowd, rnd who not only inflicted summary punishment for eve ry attempt to create disturbance, but also arrest ed the most conspicuous among tho rioters. A mong tho prisoner, lil'ty-six in number, were two opera dancers. A tica'ty has been concluded between the U nilod Stales and the Celestial Empire, based up on tho same principle as dictated that between England and China, in which America will en joy nil the advantages which Great Britain seen- red. 1 his can hardly fail to bo gratifying lo A incrica. LOOK OUT 'FOR' TI I iT P?1'E LA Y El S RECOGNIZANCES FORFEITED THE FRAUDS ON TIIE BALLOT-BOX- AC KNOWLEDGED! To-dav was the d.iv for lbs annoaranre of the nvo pipe-layers taken up in this oily on tho day t. . -, , j ii - ot the election. They wero held to bail to ap pear ucioro Esquire Biuck at !) o'clock this mor ning, but they WERE MISSING, and Messrs. Runway and Greenwood, the bondmen, have the bill to foot. It lurus out, however, that two of dio pipe layers sloped wilhoul giving bonds. Can tho constable mako a satisfactory cxplana liou of ih!r? -Tim bonds wero $'300 euch Dear pipo layiug, thai ! Democruls, every where bo prepared lo punish these scoundrels as they deserve.---What is the ballot box worth, if such men pollute it? The whigs bold ihoir power in (his State by fraud fraud of tho blackest dye, as it strikes at your dearest rights, tho freedom of sulliage. 'Wc loum that more arrcsls will bo nuido in this city. Statesman. Wantnl At the store of Hogg & Tipton on Mnin street I.UUil Dusliels el Umit Apples, 1,01)0 do do Peaches, 000 (li) Timothy Seed, 400 do Flux Seed, 90 nnn ,,,...,.,1.1?. .11 li. Fur which the highest murket price will heniu'd hy School Books. I1CT.ECTIU mid Goodrich's Renders, Geography , i Grummsrsand Snellen. Bibles. TcwMmoiitH . I'sohn and Hymn Hooks, for. stile hy w(1. d,i,. lllHiti &.TUTOIN. roK rurjiDi.NT, JAiIIEB Ik. POLK. lOH VICE rRKSIPXXT, GEO. ill. DALLAS ELECTOR. IL TICKET. Joseph M. ILarwiil, Dowty Utter, Clayton Webb, James M. Dorscy, lEobert D, Forsnmu, John Taylor, David Iliggirts, Grilbcrt Ileaeh, John 13. White, Thomas Megrady, Valentine ELeiler, James Parker, GrenviHe IB. Cherry, George t. orwine, Cautious C. Covey, Isaac M. Lanning, Walter Jamison, Sebastian Ifrainard, James Forbes, h, Meal McCov, Milo &tone, Uejaniin Adams, Stephen N. Sargent. f BIIE Subucribois havo just received from tli Eart B crn cilu-s, n very extensive ami general n.".uoit meiit of Kail and Winter Goods, which thev 0"c'r ,or sale at their well known store room, one door east of the I'ust-OIIk-o, on the moH accommodating terms. All persons wishing to purchase iroods.ate particularly iec!iested to call and examine their stock br-ibro pur chasing elsewhere, us tliey are determined to be un dersold hy none. The lullewing comprite a pnito!' their stock: DRY GOODS. Broad Cloth, from l,5i) to $(1,50 cents per yard. Cassinieres plain and fancy. Velvets silk it ml cation, Sattinetts plain and fancy, Vestings Satin Fancy &.c, Jeans and Flannels, rinrcenotts lilack silk fit;., Crape hlack and l.ese, Cravats and Mocks, Muslins and Drillings, Shawls and llnndk'ch'fi', 'lied TieUiiic, Irish I.innen, Mack and Itar'd Gin hnins, Cotton Flan nels, (Jala l'lnid, Cloak .initios. Cheeks and Diapers C.nnhrics, Ciliooc?, Silk Alpaccas, Alpacca Lustre hatred aud plain, Merinoes, Mouslin de LaiiKH, Cash mere do Cnsso, Homhazincs, Gimps, aud Fringes, llih bed and Plain Cashmere Hose, Gloves and Mits, Sus penders, Trodon Comforts, Fur, Cloth, l'lnsk and Seal Caps, Loudon Whips, Curiiiitje and Hiding Whips Travelling llaskets, Umbrellas. Window Paper, Ko mcUas, Edgings, Lac;'s, Black Siik Cravats, &c. &.c. Il.'tl-fliViil'C, China Gloss, and CX'iecnswarc; a genera! assortment. Iron, Nails, Casthiirs, Wnton Boxes, Window Glass; together with Cotton and Cord letle Yarn, Wickirrj, I'.ttiiinr, Sole Leathor; KKH! feet .Ualiogany euoei-iiig, etc. Ac. GROCERIES. err... r. si t 12 cents eer couud. !. O. T.o:.r .Maple Su;:ar, N.'O. and tr'ujjar'l louse Molnsaes, Mad der, Alum, Indigo, Uosin mid fancy Soup, Scotch and Kappoe Snnir, Sperm ami Tiinuer:s Oil ; a irennine arti cle of Tobacco, and all other articles usually kept in stores. All kinds of merchantable produce taken at the li.'gli est market price, and cash thankfully received. Oct. 30th, 1844. HOGG &. TU'TOX. FEMALES BEWARE. ... It is nn indisputable fact, demanding serious and snl e'fhn consideration, that thousands of the f lirest and lovliest of the Female sex, full yearly into tin untimely grave; the unconscious victim of their own suicidal acts! From the Rrtjisler of Mortality we find the deaths of Females to far exc eed those of males and that the greater portion dio in the bloom of youth, hefoto they attain the ago of twenty-one, nuy twenty ! Consump tion is a disease, that spreads its insidious ravages throughout Ihe universe, anil nips both gieat and small, listen then to a warning voice which echoes constant ly in young ears, und guard yourselves liom the fnsl unerring seed of tins disease, which is ceitain to knit its fatal threads mid hurry you to the solitary tomb! As tho Rattlesnake it warns you of its poisonous lungs aud yon heed it not, until the sting of death is last riv eted in your system. It is only lit tin's time for the first, you will begin to be concerned about your health; lint it may he too hue. .May these facts uwuki-n you from your slumbers, and cause you to listen to the voice of rensen, nnd use the medicine that has prolonged nnd preset veil the lives of thou.-) mds when teed in time, DU. DUNCAN'S EXPECTORANT liii.Mi-iDV. A medicine prepared especially for diicnscs of the Respiratory organs, viz: Colds, Coutrhs,, lnlliicnzn, Bronchitis, sore throat, inXimutiun of tlie mucus mem brane, spitting of blood, asthma. For sale by nug.il. V. , B. BEE11E, Cadi.. JAYNKS CAKiUNATlVE 13 A It? AM Is a certain, safe nnd eH'ectunl remedy for Dytentcry Diarrhoea, or Looseness, ( 'holera Morbus, SUMMEli COMPLAINT, Colic, Griping Pains, 'lour Stomach Sick nnd Nervous llcadaeh. Heartburn, W uteihrash, Pain of Sickness of the Stomach, Vomiting, Spitting up of Food nller Etitintr. find nl. o whete it imsses thro' tho body unchanged, Want of Appetite, Restlessness nun mammy to Meop, H m. iti too rv.omtien sunt iiow els, Hysterics, Cramp, Nervous 'i'lcmois c.t;d Twitch, itigx, Sett Sickness, l'aintius, MVIai.rholy and lowncss of Spirits, Fretting and Ci .in of Infants, nod for nil BOWEL AFFECTIONS d 'NERVOl 'SjM -'EASES This is one of tho io-.t eili.-ieut idcasnnt. mid safe compositions ever ollcied to the public for tho cure on ore vatious oeiungemeuis oi ua; : 'lo.M.itil turn sowu.s, nnd the iinlu uilicle worthy of the least conlidcnca for curing CHOLERA IN FAN I'UM or SUMMER COM PLAINT: nnd in till the above diseases it really nets like n charm. All persons nro requested to try it, for without excep tieti it is tlm most vu luahle family med'eiuea ever yet discovered. Hundreds, nay, thousands, of certificates have been reeo.ved liom Physnciiins, Clergymen, and families of the lirsl respectability hearing the strongest testimony in its favor, too numerous to publish. For sale iii C uiJiZ by iMcBenn Sc Knox. Kept'r 11, FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUii INTEUKST! TIlRESHpfd MACHINES "F every description made and repaired in the shoit- J est possible notice, mid in a neat and workman like manner, nnd warranted to perform to the entire sat- lsluctioii ot tho owners, on as reasonable tonus ns any other establishment in this country. All kinds of oust ing liiniished on short police. A fso clover hollers made on the most improved plan, Pleuso cull at the shop on ii tuner sireei, luilizuiuo. 'CHAN. PATTERSON j uly 3. am. SIMON URICKER. fCTPLOOK HERE ! Wo will . coivo on subscription to tho .Sentinel, A-iour, corn Meal, iiuckwlieat i'lour, Potatoes ' -Pork.- Keel! ami Con!, fur which we will allow market price. Invalid llradcr! A word to you in regard to the testimony of W t' Uiuav or Wild C iitsi-r." Iluye you examined it attentively Have you examined the crojei on rec ord ! Of the cures this medicine has performed! you remarked how desperate and almost nopeleM many ofthemwere! Anil how complete has been therurin every insUinreT Have yoa noticed how many and res-IMM-tuhle the persons who have certified to its value anil etlicarj ? Ihive you ol wivcd the evident candor aud good faith which ehnrncterizes every case recorded, ei cry certificate given ! If so, there need no more ba said to convince yon that this picpnrathm Is the rerr thing to which you should resort if not, then yon should send to thengents ami procure Dr. Wistar's Treatise on Consumption, peruse it and we Uava no fears of the r-ult.- Also see advertisement. NEW STORE A?ID CHEAP GCOD5. riHE .Subscriber has just opened nnd otters for sale I a inlire new tlock of Fnli and Winter Goods, to the public generally. Among his assortment will ha found the Ibllowing: ifry Goods. Cloths, C:ire:u:cres, Sattinetts, Flannels, Due Skins, Tickings, Muslins, Checks, Ginghams, Cu licoes, Alpaccas, Miriliucr, I'liliintto Cloth, Mouslin de luiiies, fcilks. Groceries. Coffee, Ten, Sugar, M olutses, Tobacco, Vfjstim Syrup, Madder, Alum, Indigo, Starch, Pepper, ! pice, C ingcr. Cloves, Rice. Elartlicare Knives nnd forks, Rnzois nnd cases, Ilingos &. screws, Spoons, Snulleis, Peicussioti caps, Penknives, Candlesticks, Currycombs, Shoe knives, Padlocks, IJorso cards, Butcher knives. Door hitches, Shoe tacks. Clticcnsw.'irc and Glassware well as sorted. lUlsburgfh Goods SUCH AS C'onl Shovels, Grain Shovels. Manure Forks, Window Glass, Nails, Cotton Vain, Coverlet Vain, Batting, Wicking, Tea Kettles, Flaxseed Oil, Lead in oil, Beaver Buckets, Rop.es, &c. &e. All the above goods will be sold at the very lon-et rates, and on the most accommodating terms. A. F. HANNA. Store room, one dour below Win. f-'-holw ell's store, on ."litt l;t l. street, October 2, 1S1 1. CADIZ, O. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. S. & 8!. McFAEEK?l HAVE received, nnd aro just receiving, a Splendid and ( hoicc Stock ot Full and Win ter Goods, consisting in part of the following ;u tides, viz : Blue, Black, Blown, Green and other colots Beaver Cloths; Blnck, t.r i r.i,,.el..,:mnmi 4A tlftSSSS";s5tsinetts, Bull'alo Cloths, Vestings, Flannels; a great variety of men's and boy's Cans, ve ry cheap ; Crape ilu Cassi, Cashmere dc Ecoise, Korno lios, Crape tin Lane, Tenobian, Alpaccas, and Merinos, a great variety for ladies' dresses; Ginghams, Prints, Checks and Bed Ticking; Woolen nnd Silk Shawls; also, Hardware Iron, Nails, SIk.vcIs; Queenswuro nnd Ladies' Bonnets, together with a great validly of other articles too tedious to mention. 500 Bushels Dried Peaches, 1.000 Bushels dried Apples. 10,000 Pounds Boll Butter, 800 Bushels Timothy Seed, 300 Bushels (Flaxseed, SCO Bushels Clover Seed, For which the highest market price will ha givoti. Wy solicit the public., before making thuir purchases elsewhere, to call and examine our ctoek, as wa Matte,' ourselves that it cannot be beat in the county. Oct. lGtln An Earnest Call. r3MiE Subscriber, being about to (rack up his duds for j tiali Jiin r, or some other place, is muter the neces sity of calling uputi those indebted to him lor subscrip tion to the Cadiz Sentinel, job wot k, or advertising, t.i assist him ton little cash, to defray the eXensoofihe trip aud to pay oli'whathe owes before starting ! Many have promised to pay him this full, and, unless ihoy come up to the worksoan, he will almost begin to think that they , . . 1 . I ... L -1.1 nave ueeu tai.ing u-ssous i.em lo-.-iu --a. one oiu uoous" thnt prow.iKd the people "two dollars u day and roast beef,'' but never pnjbnned.' He cannot, however, har bor such nn opinion. Doioc i'ats, w hen they make promises generally intend to fulfil them. There is yet timo for those who have promised to pay him this full, to do bo between now and the 1st ol December next. Will they do it Those who cannot pay a!l, etui probably pay a part, and those who have nothing to pay, can at least signify their willingness by calling-anil settling and giving their notes or dtiebills Such ns do not pay any regard to this call ni eu not be oll'cttded if they find their accounts in the hands of proper officers for collection. Oct. 10th, 18M. J. McGONAGLE. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given to all who are indebted to the estate of John Foose, Into of Harrison county, Ohio, deceased, to make immediate payment to the subscriber; aud nil who have legal claims against said estate, will present thmn legally proven for settlement, within twelve mouths from this data. Dated August 37th, ltii-i. EL1AS LOWMILLER, v'ltiminislrttlnr nfthe Ettiie nfJvhn I Wf, de c'd. Oct. 1 6th. t. . " Public Mate. ?"jfHE Subscriber, living three miles w"st of Cadiz, I on the guided road lending from Steubenvillo to Cambridge, will offer at public vendue, on 1'uesdny the K'th day of November next, ihe following personal property, to wit : Horses, Cows nml Hogs, ono four liorso Wagon, one two-horse Carriage, two hundred bushels of Com in the ear, several t'tacks of hay, togeth er with Farming Utensils aud u ninety of other nriieles too numeruus to insert. vnle to com meuce at 10 o'clock, A. M.on said day, wh etc duo attendance und a reasonable credit will bo given hy HENi'.Y BARGAR. Oct. 16th, 1814. 4t pd. Caution. f j VIE public tire hereby cautioned against receiving JL two notes of hand, executed by me in favor of 'I bourns and John McCnll, of the town of N. Athens, and county of Harrison, und dated in let 10, us said notes have been fully paid otl'iittd sut'sfiud, Oct. lGth, lalt. 'It pd. JAMES GRAHAM. IX'iVfciS. JilultAHi; VI'- UUA? L .Vl'TiUMU E behold inuny who itnl'oitiiiiately ate tho ob jects of discuso, home down by its pain and iiisutss, lutnout u. nieiliuiuo to rtrcugtlien unit sooth the enieehled frame, ur lelieve tho poisoned luindi kind Providence litis caused Nntiite to produca a HEALING BALM fur till livimr creatures, particular. ly the nlllicteil. lie, then, whose labois huve been so successful us to discover the .Medicinal Agent for the removal nnd cure of a disease w hich seems for ages to have defied the powers ol tho healing art, should b regarded in the light of a public benefactor. The proprietor of Dr. Duncan's EXPECTORANT HEM ED V claimsthis, substantiated by thousands who are living monuments restated from n bed of sickness to the enjoyment of their dcutcst fiiends, ami again rendered ornnuieuts of society. Those who suler with the premonitory symptoms ol' CONSUMPTION, should not neglect themselves from time to time, until thcdisciifc becomes sealed, nnd ren dered beyond the control of medicine, but immediate ly procure Dr Duncan's Expectorant Remedy, a medi cine that is certain to remove nil the flit-l evil seeds of Consumption, when used Hi dun fenson. A flesh supply of the above medicine just received and for sale lit the store of Mt. 4th. W. B. BEEBE. Notice. T INHERE will be offered for udo on Friday the 15th I (Inv of rVnvftml.nr nl ll,n I.i.a 'l'l...-.. r.-.f .1.- - f ' f . ' , ... titiwium. iiih iHiiifiiiiir n n lew iiuiiiA i-cn.nti iinnM in district No. 3, of Archer township, to the lowest bid der. For further purticulurs inquire of the Directors. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. AI., or said day. JAMKC. LOVE, j . . . rwinf mi,, .,.,. ASllVCWrS, , SAMUEL HAUI'EI!, ) October Kth, 1S14, '