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EDITORS. , AIXLM fc. till.fcd. More Contemptible Meanness. The Great Balloon convention. A iiGakJJlioVyjaUor,iwt biin- The Cleveland Plain Dealer pricks the Jrwl fciVs from Harrison Couat.v.speakiogof , Whi balloon. which the manager are try st new Cssuttiun mti that "fAo JU go ing to raise oa the 31 of July, and lets out for tit new tonstMo. will tote to on Us the gas in uie knowing siyre. mts oanoou. Wt of their deceased relatives r Jow ( mat wiu w nu " inenus - ak in all conscience, to what contemptible ( tempted to raise him a crowd at New Lisbon, acts of meanness iajll not these Galphinist during the late campaign, is bound, like all descend to de&at the Constitution, their party bubbles, to "tmrttvp, and The jxvpit themselves, fully convinced that prove miserable: failure t ander the old organic law of the Bute, they CADIZ. OIIIO ACEars rm run. -democratic sen TINF.I. L r'sKUK.U " . UruIc.Kn..h dulv authorized to twive riMeriixiofi. snvrrtiwrorwe. ec.. i th " . Wkreliu. fur the Sentinel . rsimcr. . A II c a ' Meets maifc Bf Lim will be kMthfHlty perkirawd. K W V. U. rLltl.ll lilt riHlI.mc . smr n-fnr authorized nri-uts'ln Philadelphia. tu ccrire a.Wertiscutecls. etc., tf Scnii" 4l 1'itiBrI. tuaansi Taoarmr, nf Sttiiihrnville, it oof - harizwd phi si that i.luce. ( lh Bcuuuei ' 4. It. F"rT. of lli Piiuburzh Pii-pnlch, is our atsKtristd ajoat m that .l:tce, lor me ccnuui:. k Farmer. t teTW in.lrbie.1 to .he- CADIZ PENTl- for VIm 16 nnd 17. "' "' WMiaut with either ofww present wliu.it i of ibj i Mr.M.M B.rtleson. ""'I NONE THEr THUS. L JEWRTT. a.30-f Trustee. . DAY OF VOTING For adopting the New Corvsiiintion, Third Tuesday, THE 17th DAY OF JUNE, 1851 - . . . .. ' i i .... ..t were not sate trom me cbjciwk" signing demagogues, deaaanded ill thunder tones, a NEW STATE uw. a cuoreu tion was convened for the purpose of fra ming a constitution that would PROTECT THE PEOPLE. That document is now presented for adoption. The constitution provides that all officers shall be elected by the people All bank stock MUST BE TAXED equal with the property of individuals It prevents an IN CREASE OF THE STATE DEBT pro vides an efficient system of Common Schools provides that tie Legislature shall meet BUT ONCE IN TWO YEARS and furth er NO BANK CAN BE ESTABLISHED WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE PEOPLE. And airain. the number of JudLt-s will be REDUCED and by it also, there will be an annual SAMNG to Whw Statk Cokvkxtios. The Coons of Ohio are in commotion. A call is out from the Central Committee, giving the full plan of the campaiiTi. .The old tricks ol the tnbe are to be re-enacted. The plan is to get out every Whig voter in the State to vote uyuiutt the New Constitution on the 17th of June, ami An tlw limn ilnv armoiut one deletrate J for every 100 Whig votes, and one for every fraction of ) makinsr an average of 6 from firrv townthra n lh$ btate, to meet in grand conclave at Columbus on July 4tn, were to concoct measure to carry the State in Octo ber. What a mainiineent plan! bee tne First the election in chain of stimulants. June is made the occasion for the first Whig gathering, and appointing these ten thommul delegates to the State Convention at the same time every mother's son of them is to vote against the New Constitution : thus kill ing two birds with one stone. If the New Constitution is not killed by this manoeuvre, then the 4th of July, that creat and good day, is to be desecrated by a Coon gathering nt Columbus, in which it is expected ail im a. (... .tvisT ;fi tt.m...ml A.Mara 'ring-tailed tribes will be there to see the bal And notwithstanding all these salutary re- Administration. The iames forms, the Federal Whig editors are using of all tj,c delegates are to be published in the every enort to cast ouium upon n. uuu iuihchiho State Journal! unmvi vv no wouia ho support it, by giving publicity to the not be a delegate, to see nis name in prim i : .-.i Am;n.. fui-wls. nn. of 'Provided the New Constitution is adopted ... . . j which notwithstanding all this great oppo- jthcn u jfavor of EQUAL TAXA ' -i Hition and irrand nounsn oi trumneis, viie mmv i u .v.. w n mark those m screanU. ,.rU!" " . ,. i. .i v ' . ... I "V 80UIU vwtor uie new voiisuiuuon Taxation. The eiercisa f Ae taxing power, slji tire Demoeratie Courier, is one of th tostricH- caU etrhases of power in the Uoyerhment, and yet we are btld te iaV, thai tobhe has been tnofe shamefully abused In Ohio. Take one example of monstrous abuse of this most delicate power, bythe General Assembly of this State ; By referring to the Report of John Woods, Auditor of State, it will be seen that the Ohio Bankers paid, last year. the enormous stn of il88,68593LESS taxes than they wouU have been compelled to pay into the Treasury, had they been taxed as individuals! Now, if the New Constitution should be adopted, these agrant abuses can no longer be perpetrated (and this large sum will be brought into thf Treasury, and the people s taxes will annually be that much lessened. Article 12, Section 3, of that instrument, is as follows 'The General Assembly shall provide by law, for taking Ihe notes and bills discount ed on purchased, moneys loaned, and all other property,' tffecta or dues of every de- senpuon, i wimuui ueuucuon,i oi au can us now existing, or hereafter created, to that all property empoyed in Banking, shall al ways bear a burden of taxation equal to THAT IMPOSED OS THJB FBOFERTT OF INDIVID CAL8.' ' ) i. . . . This section explains itself. It simply provides that all property employed in Bank ing shall be taied EQUALLY with the prop erty of individuals. Is this not fair? Is this not honest? Docs not 'equal and exact justice impera4v-'ly demand it? Every man, OUB NEW DKESS, When ire took, .charge of the "Sentinel," w stated that NO EXPENSE should be roared to make oar tape worthy of the sup port of the warm hearted Democracy pf Jlarrison County. To a certain extent, this week redeem our promise, having at t considerable of an outlay procured NEW TYPE. It will be seen that we haye chan ged the name of our paper to that of "The Pemocrcifu Sentind, and Jfarmon County .farmer." "Although we have made this change in the name o( our paper, we shall continue . he firm and unyielding advocates of Dem ocratic princiciples. In view of this, and tha fact that we contemplate other improve- ' menU, We would urge upon our friends to assist us in mcreasW!! our circulation, tte member too, that after the first of July this paper will circulate in Harrison county FREE .QV, POSTAGE. . .. Ay".!8b.'a-H lay before our patrons every vejkfc,' c"vpi selections of miscellaneous and ' policaj rjedjngniful! TOarbt reports and , he': VEA Y LAf iST. news from aW parts of , the- world, rmfr ed by Telegraph, JJy tjs 'Dfinii' we shall be. enabled to make the Sentinel," THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FAPEB in Eastern Ohio. Pinee tha .first of April we have received nparlv one hundred new subscribers, and Fellow-citizens, mark these miscreants. Wh- exDect y the case, then a State and on the 17th of June, administer to them : Ticket, from Governor down to dog-whipper . i : -ii i a '...Ml U.. l, .A nKJ 4r.o Whhv norfir at. a rebuke that they will have cause to re member, by adopting the best State Consti tution ever framed. will be nominated, and the Whig party ex pect to be voted into power. Here is trickery and rascality cnougn ior the leaders of the Coon party in their palm iest days. First, they voted against a call for a Convention to re-model the Lonstitu Tor ike Sentinel and Farater, The New Constitution m. ir. Vms&s-. EwTOR3:-tA irfvat portion of the p&tpk in any State, are more influenced by considerations of personal interest, than by a regard for the public welfare. : For this reason most of the people about the city of Columbus, nearly all the associate judges in the State, and the strong whig partisans, op pose the adoption of the New Constitution. Under the present system, when the first Monday in December comes around, the city of Columbus is crowded with a host of stran gers, people from all parts of the State, all anxious to obtain office from the Legislature; and hovering around like a flock of hungry vultures, they are ever ready to seize upon the vitals of the State, and fatten on the public plunder. These are, for the most part, broken down politicians and hungry office seekers, who, as the people have never discovered any merit in them deserving the reward of office, imagine that in the violent turmoils of faction, or from the easy creduli ty of the Legislature, they may obtain an office, which will enable them to live without labor, aud get the favor of the public with out taking the trouble to deserve it. These men beset our Legislature continually, some soliciting and pulling at the Free Soilers, some at the Whigs and some at the Demo crats, until like a pack of hungry hunda that have seized a fox, they sometimes succeed in tearing the poor beast in pieces, each one running off with his own share; or if this is not the result, the Legislature is constantly agitated, and kept in a tumult and uproar, until in the strife of faction and scramble for office, the public business is neglected, the people forgotten and the State plundered. The money that this constant crowd of doctrine of your party; and you will say that instead of this provision of taxing all the pro perty of the citizens alike, being an objection h, the Net Constitution, it is a recommen dation that will induce many of you to vote for it adoption. The .Central Committee further aay, that to tax State Stocks owned by our citizens, would be a fatal stab at the credit of the State, calculated to drive away capital, and will make the State guilty of the meanness ultkavina its own paper. hat " a? . . egregious folly! and what a weak and silly attempt to impose on the intelligence of the people! Will the brokers of Boston and New York give less for our State Stocks, because that part of them owned by our own people is taxed by the Slate? Will our capitalists have to pay more taxes on capital invested in stocks than if it was invested in lands? Will they take their capital to Pennsylvania for investment, because they cannotwithdraw it from taxation by investing it in stocks in Ohio? It is to bo doubted whether they Rkmkdt for the Inflammatory Rhkc matisM, aluis, tub Uoct. Lat "peaches and cream," and drink ale, until you err "hold enough!" and then denounce yvmr ri als aa a set oldd houndi!" (XT A tbi kuh tta atxtieiB is am nrjr ibsa Dr. iloofUau't GtroMB Bitten. Tb traar tdaalatinf power of thM Bittars, aad their property of eradicating all impurities, aad lenovatinf the yetem, coBtawad tbe highly, and ia fact, all wh would enjoy good health. should m laem. The Preti is loud ia prate or thete Bitten. We caa indoree all thai ha been aid ia their praise, aad (root personal obsarra- (ion, wa know theea to ba superior to tb thou sand nostrums forced apon the public through. tbeaed:uia of ad rertisemenu. Dr.C.M. Jacksme in Philadelphia, prepares this medicine. 0-Dr. Guy soil's Improved Extract of Yell0" Dock and SursapariMa is a sure remedy lor Ue reditnrv Taint. Thousand s of individuals are cursed with gre. vius complaints, which they inherit trom their'( parents. The use of the Yellow Dock and &tr flnonlln luMl .ru..nl ftll I ll I U Mil mM Vfi Si VII, t A Common, Sense View of the matter. We copy the subjoined excellent article pC0pic spend i- Columbus every winter is ontheewConstituUonfromthewte immense, and serves to enrich the city. Journal, a land r.-iorm, free soil journal, and But as under tlt! new Constitution, there tion the people over-ruled them. They, commend it to tie candid consideration of wjn no offices m the of the Leisia. would succeed any better in Pennsylvania. amount of misery, and many valuable lives, for . If there was any force in this argument a- it ihorougly expels from ibe system the Intent hn,m-in,f rHnitJ1l fr..m ....r Slat. e oucrht !. which is the seed of disease, and so taken. o i . ' s ..(r . i. M.aa i. . .,i,:..t, it.. n. a.:......nA. r to nly the farmer's lands that cannot be . r. . .t. i . 1 i the pHrents are so often visited upon the innocent dri.. -d at once relieve all other cap- offing. . ital from the public burdens. Again, will Parents owe it to their children fo gunrd. them ' the State be guilty of the meanness of sha- against the effects of maludies that may be com- ' ving its own paper, by taxing the money in-' municated by descent, and children of parents. ? vested in its stocks? Nothing but the blind ,ayo . . , . i . ii sumption, Scrolula or Syphilln, owe it to them- folly of a political parlizan could senoussy to tllk recaulion againlt the be- put forth such a proposition. ' ing rcvieed in them. Guysott's F.xtrnct of Yel- The New Constitution provides a cheap Iuw Dock aud Snrsnpaiillu is a sure antidote im and expedient mode for its own amendment, such cases. See advertisement, and if it contains any objectional provisions WgTtR., uALsAM 0r Wild CHKaav. We bava'';, it will be much easier to amend it. than it is not uufrequcntly called attention lo this nrticlo v to make a whole New Constitution. The in the columns of our paper, and we have done-J people have already decided that the old wil1' ,lle fuHeonfidi nee that it wnsa good one, . Constitution is defective and insufficient for "d deserving the ptu.o.iPgo of the public. W. , ... have had a chance to witness us effect upon some their wants; and that a new one of some kind o, our rrioaB which in ua,liiion to the high in- J they will have. I strongly suspect that some coninius passed -upon it by our brethren of tho politicians in this latitude, who were' at first Press, not in paid puffs, but in honest candid in favor of the New Constitution, but are untenients, from having derived a benefit thein- . ... ...A i.. ll i.V. it tn !. n.itjrl. a.. ulv, mal";, tlesirous of advising all thosu . then attcmDted to cret a majority in that Con vention the people again over-ruled them. They now seek to defeat the adoption of the that the people will have to call another A Secret Whig: Letter Found. We copy the following precious docu ment from the Mansfield 'Shield & Banner," It was found near Columbus, by an old citi zen of Richland County, and furnished for publication. Read it freemen of Harrison County, read it farmers, mechanics and la boring men, and you will see the opinion which the Bank-bought aristocrats that con trol the Whig party, have of you. Not con tent with outraging every feeling of decency, by telling you that if you vote for the new Constitution, you will vote a direct tax on the bones ,of your deceased relatives! they haye tjie daring, damning effrontery to say THAT YOU ARE UNFIT TO VOTE. W have no room this week for further com ment. The name of the writer has been suppressed for the present ', Strictly Conulcntiol. Colitmbus, April 14th, 1851. Esq.: Mu Dear Sir. The new Constitution wnigs, rrceooiL-maiiu Aemocmw. ture amI M jt will meet but onoe in two 'The more we investigate the matter, and ycarg thi extraordinary supply of money to A . CAiHIIIUU UIC U119llVUtvlA'l.la HIJ IHWH TV U .,. . , . r. . - n w:il An;n r.vna.1 ...... . . .... Ill lf.T Will IsA PUT. Alt ? hPnPPft lartTi iu.lv lAmsuiuuou; mms peupic mu og.ui ! are convinced thut it 'deserves to De raubed J " ' i' ' lHvn.vi.Mi. rule them. Then they are determined to v the voterg of our state The more we of e people of Columbus, not pom- j , , i , " n u: ::: ::Z l TZr7 - TK mt0 lM mS s 'J - g 8umcienl pamouam w overcome t.u,r Htlt,uivt.V) and retiuct ou its various provi sions, and there need be no fears of the jus LFI IILIIIr Ills IV. I , Instrument. God Krant that the people may! T it is nlf(rtiveveS. sadlv defective. ' uon 01 me new n8Ulullon- finally triumph over all such contemptible jj, respect to not txtending the right of suff-1 Again most of llle associate judges in who have occiiHion to resort to a remedy lorpul - inminrT ntTeclinns. lonvnil themseeesof it. Wa Convention and pay those politicians anoth- i,llve ,00 IIIIlch conMenco in the proprietors to '. r tl..rj.-:iii.l tloll .is us members of such believe they would thrust this or any oilier med- I irine upon the community, unless they hud ful. New Constitution f"'1 n elieacy ia euufirinatiuu of which lha proprietors oner n iiiiuk ol insiiiiioiiy Trom tne , most unquestionable sources. Neither would they wish to he understood us sniinj; that Ibis lice of their decision at the Ballot Boxes. A.NTI FACTION. Whig trickery, and that their ancient ene- . but it woud be exceedingly bad policy the State oppose the adoption of the Consti niies. the land broker, stock jobber, banker, to condcmn the whole of it, we gain miking, tution, because it will deprive them of their charter-monger, and whole brood of pnvil-; j rertninlv will lose much 1 i v.r. . eged orders,0 be compelled, under VSSBn. will be fT' fndthe strong Whig partizans and Uonstitution, to stand side Dy siae wun nis more j;j.ejy an(j can undoubtedly more OBUKruPl pouuciana oppose n, Decause mey poorer neighbor on tlie platform of Equal easily obtain theirmuchtobe desired reform, find ' ch easier to obtain offices from the "I0HT8, " j under the New Constitution, than under the Legislature than from the people. They Judges Hitchcock and CollingS old one. ; ' fear that the people will discard them, and on the New Constitution. f the offices within their gift the reward The following scraps from the Cincinnati an ti,e reforms tliey desire it should, would of ment Mtlier than of partisan services. Enquirer of the 17th, are significant of the act about as wise as the son who would re- iiy the adoption of the new. Constitution, jCiTStoves, Tinware, Grates, kc, can be had of CiLUEinsoNife Cbimble, No., 195, West aide of Market square, Wheeling, on the mo.st reasonable terms. See card. PROCLAMATION, ''HE qualified electors of Harrison coun " ty are hereby notified to meet on the third Tuesday t June lien, being tne win day of said month, in their several election districts, in said county, at their usual pla- dditWMis to our list are being made daily.; nw ,m-PiWn it at t. ha. ' r,6a who have interested themselves in 2ARDS, COST WHAT .IT MAY. The ejr behalf, we return "thanks, assuring them safety of the banks and the good of the State that we nhaj! fver hold them in grateful re- j demand, and no effort must be spared, to Re membrance. ' eomplish this desirable purpose. See the . - . .i.. the directors and stockholders of your bank We have a, o&r y make: Any pRlVJiTELY) andput fUEMon . yet. proeitring us five responsible yearly ft right tratk! u1tBe"riber8 to the 'Sentinel and Fanner' j The Board of Control will meet soon.when 'Jiill rtceive the paper one year for his trou- moans (money) WILL BE PROVIDED and . I the most feasible plan adopted to ensure the r " i t- a l .'defeat of this . late loeofoco humbug. A ;W wouJdreffiMnd our friends, also, that we concertcd plan 0f operations is already ate" prepared ,to do all kinds of JOB d upon at Columbus, This is to be kept VfTORK, on short notice and the most rea- fl fgprofound secret! A part of the plan js to tex'p snady tor tne present., noiu no - discussion with those who advocate the adop- fqh.able terms. Democratic Courier. tion of the Constitution, and occasion no ex- position of some of the most intelligent whigs, fuse nine beneficial favors offered him by a the people will at onoe remove the ffreat!c,es f ho,ding election, or at such places as that their opinions are entitled to fully as very important and valuable reform provis- curs marling at each other in Columbus, much weight as the opinions of some of -the ions, which should not be lost for any consid- throughout every winter, since the State small fry whigs upon the topics of which oration. It strikes an effectual blow at mo- government was formed ; and will effectual- thcy treat: . . .nopoiies, corporate and special privileges, , break thJ w,we q( f, . . Repeal. Some ol the wing partazans are prevents me aiaie runningm qcdi, simpiines - opposing the new ConstitutirmV because it our Judiciary system, and provides that all Bnd frP,on tlwt,ms for some years contains a provision reserving to the Lcgis- important public onicers suaii De elected by pmouccu in our legislature injuring latures which are elected under it, the ina-the people. , our people at home, and disgracing our State lienable right to repeal any law oanypre- No wonder, then, that there should be a abroad where there are no carcases there ceding Legislature after the Constitution shall strong and fierce opposition made to it from ... . . . be adopted Judge Hitchcock, of Geauga, ' certain quarters, when it so vitally effects the De no Duzzaras-; and a gentleman who has never been sus- interest of a certain class of non-producers in A very great portion of the time of the pected of doing any thing of a political our State, who have heretofore made their Legislature is at present taken up in passing character hostile to his own party, said of thousands under the favor and sanction of special acts of incorporation and local laws thatclauseatthe time it was offered and law in the shape of special privileges.-all but under the new Constitution all corpora adopted: lof which ill-gotten gain has been rung from n . , , r I have no objection to the amendment of the farmer, the mechanic and the laboring tlons yra 00 formed under general laws, and the jjentlemen from Trumbull, and I intend- man, without scarcely the form or pretence no special acts of incorporation will need to '..nnf .lii. urnnU Aull1l!ufbil lA 1.011110 1 u the titleof a new paper just started ' f , , . . JBasyille, tho county seat of the new ition.anfi JUST ON THE EVE OF THE itfitfff NqV). by Messrs. Gill & Leech, ELECTION the enormities of this newcon fatirAernbersoftKe Constitutional Conven-' stitution will be exposed, and the people . lionfrom Guernsey Cpunty, Jt jp Demo- made to see a humbu- or a devil under al . . ' ?i r most every clause and section of it. In the fUc in politics, an4 fr of the neatest mmtimeteeretly organke and drM the whigs , apers we hav aoea fc some time. The n CRn be i opposition to it. Make itors ae both powerful writers, and cannot the Whigs believe that the apportionment helD but succeeding: in' their new underta- system is unfair, and that even Medaryad . " - ' . 'niju this. Make them believe that it will pug.- - '. v- . ; jfulnthe banks, break up all corporations, Th8 Ferfesticn. Of ?arty Drill d progress and improvement of ; . T , our great and flourishing state! Soon after the new Cowtitiition appeared ( fo u tM Wilg.lebot adu expressed an to tU Constitution! Make the pprobation of its provisions. It had no people believe that t is a lawyers' constitu ' iiPWDP&t wai generally believed tion, made by lawyers, and for the solo ben S oolitkal millennium had ome. But efit of lawyers. This ia the best humbug " , , -t f tn : which can be invented to gull the farmers . "-"f " " -r "i- 8hd the ujnoffint people! But it should not .team," Tteommani aame from "head fce uncf Just before the election, " fluartera"-from tbi at of the Bank pow- 'oti,erwi8e itmiditbe inquired into. The at Columbus and immediately it wag truth is at least two-thirds of the lawyers of ''akfflt face." The very provisions that be-, the State, hmng interested in banks and fonr most armly commended the instru-, cT.rtions' 'Jl T"' nL user wo j y gtitution, and their influence will not be jaentto the&yor of Whig brethren, ma,L Buttb;a farmer and mechanics frere wddpr fojind to contain aH manner MUST NOT KNOW! -$Wt apgcr o Commonwealth. ) In Franklin County there will be a heavy eh la the perfection of party drill among voie .gum u.B v,.,nuiuuu. uie,m.B. ft," WUgs. Sey yield implicit obedience J-"" ZlZ lo the opinions manufactured for them by wiU have an fluence whicb Wlli be felt in (he fclirti'brteits of their Darty and yet two- the region of Columbus. The State Jour- l46fthetime partkularlylflPemocrat. pal will manfully do it duty in organizing i..' rt-Liw . t.,.i.imin nrrainsr. the Whijr party over the State. The adop. . iT- t t j tion of the new Constitution would reduce 'tl, Geapousm o. party. uu e . , , ffl .A in Talue. Let cd to vote for it. I should have voted for of an equivalent being rendered. allv nnspntirt. with the I If the farmer, the mechanic, the lahorinfr1 r . . . . wit oi.viv "j r ' ' a jdMriNiuTJirn win nn airt.vti oni ina nv.. clause which has been stricken out. It is man, and he who desires the greatest good I . . . 1 true. that, on yesterday, we asserted the to the greatest number, feel disposed now to v p?. principle of prospective repeal, in another act, for their own nd the good of the State, place: but I would be willing to assert it again they will vote for the adoption of the New i i .,. t,n JfinDiw,.i:.,. f.:i UUU Ofalii tverif Ufrv. US (IWV us r.Uf re- Luimiuimvn niuiuu, aii. main here.' ' Tub New Constitution. Mr. George Collings, the President Judge of the Brown the New Constitution ; the ballots of said election shall be written or printed, as fol lows : Those in favor of the Constitution, " New Constitution, Yes ;" those against the Constitution. "New Constitution, No.. The polls of said election shall be opened between the hours of eight and ten o'clock, A. M.. and close at G o'clock, P. M., of said day, as the law provides. And also at the same time and place, pro ceed to vote by separate ballots, to be de posited in a separate bollot box, for the fol i ...i.r.i;......! ..i;,. tn nn li. I.JWIIIgJ IMIUIHUliai Bvi'iiviiij vj ..... ..v. .. cense to traffic in intoxicating liquors shall hereafter be granted in this iSlate ; but the General Assembly may, by law, provide against evils resulting therefrom ;" upon the ballots given for said separate amendment, be passed, consequently the sessions of the )shaU be writk:n or Pri,,u,d Part'v written will ulwnys cure Coiisiiiupiiuu lifter it is settled, . although it seldom fails to relieve the worst cases ' bill lit this season of tho year almost everybody is liable to a rold, whirh il neglected, will lead to futul results by taking this medicine we doub , not uidtiy lives may be snved. Refer lo the ad Te'tiseinent in miothrr column. Cadiz JPriees. Ciuiz, Wkdnksdst, May 31,' fimolhy seed.- i,5u Flour per bbl, . - 43.20 Clover seed, - - - J5:i6 r'loiir er cwl, - - 1.62 I'hix seed, '- 1,00 lluckwheut flour, - 1Mb Wheat nerbushel,- 55 Corn, .i Corn iiienl, .... 3,ri:t37 Onts 2530 tiny per ton, - - $6.00 Sides & Shoulders, - -5 Hums, - - .- -- .--8 Reef in Miirkul, - 5nt Kjgs net doien, - - - 5 Wool, 28it40 Duller pur lb., I nl,.iw( ------ I''eulhel8, - - - - Candles. ------ Dried benches, Diied Apples, - Green Apples, - fotutoee, - . - ... (Country Soup, - uceswux, . 10 -8 31 19 . 1.37 .. Ci --2.S - 75 - 3u4 .-25 NEW FllILADKMMM A AND DOVKR. 'liiuitsiMY Miiy 10. 1851 Flour per barrel, $3.75 I llmus per Ih. C Wheal per bu. ti3 I Sides do. . 3u ?orn do 28 Shoulders ' j, Oats tin 31 I I.urd per lb. 5 Flaxseed tlo . 100 j Tallow do a and partly printed, the words, " License to sell intoxicating liquors, Yes;" and upon Fire and Marine INSURANCE! Br T1IK UNUtSBIUNKD Aqknt ro TIIS I'HOTECTION .INSURANCE OP HARTFORD. CONN. Constitutional Apportionment Some at nnr Wlii" friends ohiect to tlie County district, and one of the Whig mem-, ri...:..i:,. a ,ua. be rs of tluo Convention that framed the new 1 , .... . , Constitution delivered a speech last week at Pa" instrument, wuicn apportions me Georgetown, in which he said that he believ-' State for Senatorial and Representatives pur ed it as fair for all parties, as any one that poses, is unfair. This objection, we con- could be planned, Jsider, is not well-founded, and we are hap- I .. .1 I VI ha ,-w .lr ais ArAMr ul vrl rW , . the New Constitution different from the old.'py to find a "e8Pont of the State and illustrated to every unbiassed mind, that ' Journal, who is a Whig, fully concurs with the people of the btate would display the . us, in this opinion. He asks: An objection to the new Constitution is very seriously urged by the Whig State Cen tral Committee, in their late address to their party, which is, that under the new Constitu tion the State may, and probably will, tax the United States, and State stocks owned by own citizens ; and they say that to tax Uni ted States stocks owned by our own citizens, would be a violation of the Constitution of the United States. This objection is unwor thy the respect and consideration of the most ignorant tyro in political knowledge, and part of wisdom, in their adoption; and he called upon the voters present to study it and either vote for or against it. For him self, he should go for it, believing it to be a 1. Whether it is possible m the nature of the division of our counties and the dig tribution of our population, for any party to make an apportionment so unjust, so out- vast improvement upon the old one; out e- US( M to rustify the rejection of a good ven if it was not. the right of the people to, r.:.,,,- wt.oi.hor a fw B r ... I VVllo UbUblvili vv ajvMsva w n vu u .vs. amend tion Whether a few ion, will not lor the peO- : . ,.,. meusim. cnualize this Hisnaritv. pie to elect all their officers. He believed a "whether, if the whigs had the power, unuaa oiiu vuiuuiiiui c.it 1u.iim:thMi navB Kopn more irenerouR to their pay tax on their capital, according to .itajpoiltical enemies. If not; they should sub true value in money, the same as inoivid-(mit without complaint, to the fate of war. individ uals. Is there anything unfair or dis honest in their being compelled to do so? Surely not If their stock ia at par, let them pay on its par value. If it is depreciated let them pay on it in proportion. But in either - .1. ..!...!. ! .U event it is worm just whim it w worm Five the balloU given against said aniendmen , in JKhy,M" 'B. w. PHMIPti, Ageut, like manner, the words, "Liemse to sell in- ' fr nn.iii ml Harrison Countv. toxicating liiiuors, o. oaiu elections snail , be conducted as provided for by law for an nual elections. D. HILBERT, May 28, te Sheriff. GUARDIAN'S SALE. Sale of Real Estate. ON MONDAY.tlie 23.1 d.y of June,85l, at 1 o'clock, in ilia nfierncon at the door ofihe Court House, in die luwn ol Cadiz. Wlil they support no new Constitution until they can apportion the state according to their own ideas of political justice?' We command the foregoing observations to such of our Whig readere as nourish a dis dollars worth of stock is worth as much as position, to vote against the New Constitutioi, i , . j :e tt m ' l , . . . , nve aonars in money ; ana ii vao is omy i nf the manner in which it -.1.QE n.:it : .n.ii. ce iiiAn WU(.U VU, lBb BHU l TT U I .Ji W, , V WV IB WO " , A 'Whig follows his leaders but a Dcmo N.'sl JWr,--fti4' le difference jjtt?ep lignd a Demperat, , ; ; jtarThe whig Central Committee vn their ihs ajld18 to 406 peoplp of Ohio, says that ini!grcat objection to the pew Cicmstitution w , "ths $.Wld apportionment of represen- fdtUm"Jfg Well, tliis is but proving what V me antl again been charged upon - he Whig jMaiticians, tliat they are opposed ' fa Jistiing the pepjp Jiave a voice in the QAptfaent of laws and are striving to place ';s0 powey h, the hands of ,a favored few. ; ITew &u4 PVtou Counterfeit :, " The Clcvelanii Herald .of Monday contains i fhe following notice. Hjsifpportanttokcep an eyo on these counterfeit bjls; We wer'thi morning show a Fjve on lbCT?Ud Bank of Columbus. It is the feet caicilaVd to deceive of any we have men. - The eyes arfl slightly defective in the bead bftlow the yiginptte Thd line Upon w'p'cft $fl '4a.- f r'tfp'1 m fcwl with f',f ires fai'ward foot, while hj the genu ine it is Ma eighth inch Ulow, me hear from you soon Kverv posswle effort must be made to pro tect the Banff from the ruinous taxation which the New Constitution will impose upon Far better let the FARMER and the LA B ORIXO MAN, pay the whole of the State uable as 96 in money. In either event, whether it be stock or money, it is to be tax ed according to its true value in money. Rebellion in the Whig Camp. The Statesman says that Messrs. Penn, King, Marshall and Bower, four prominent Whigs of Brown county, are on the stump m apportions the State. Secession of South Carolina. A 'Southern Rights Convention commen ced its session at Charleston, South Caroli na, on the 5th. and adjourned sine die. on the Cth instant An address and resolutions were adopted, recommending the secession of South Carolina from the Union, at a fu ture time, whether other Southern States Ihey further declare individuals, ibis be understood The VERY WORST feature of this new Constitution, is its making almost every office ELECTIVE BY THE PEOPLE! " Tlie people ARE NOT FIT to elect their Judges and their ' officers! Every poor devu favor of the new Constitution. They are mow far more liberal and tiroo-rcssive than Join with her or not debt, than to do without banks. ..If banks !the "stupid conservatives," whohias at, andl88' nessajy to the sovereignty have the same tax which is impose pon!tTM, wifl ,nntmnt. ,,form nrrmosed States, and look to the Legislature to they will quit business. Xet . . . . M . . . ' the elevation of the pjopW " They do not ilish the narrow minded hunkcrism of the Whig State Cen tral Committee's anti-reform Address. - In place of inquiring of a citizen if he will made to the disgrace, and in contempt of, the great whig party of the State. If it is unconstitutional to tax United States stocks, those who own the stock cannot be compelled to pay the tax. But it is not so. No State can tax the property of the United States, but the stock of the United States, owned by our citizens is the property of our citizens and not of the United States. " The Whig Cen tral Committee in effect say that the whig party are opposed to taxing the State and United State Stocks owned by our own citi zens. JNow who is it that owns State stocks? Is it the poor man? or the man in moderate circumstances? No! it is the Bankers, the Brokers and tlie wealthy men about Cincin nati, Columbiu and Cleveland. Then accor ding to the Whig Central Committee, al- though the poor man who has fifty dollars invested in a cow and a poor old horse, must every' year "step up to the Captain's office and settle," the Broker who has fifty thou sand dollars invested in State stocks ought not to pay any taxes nor bear any part of the public burthens! Shame on the politicians who could put forth such a sentiment as the doctrine of a great and intelligent party and shame to the party who would adopt it! Are the intelligent whigs of Harrison comity pre pared and willing to adopt this as a party doctrine? You whig farmers of Harrison county, you, whose hands are hardened by W3Y VIRTUE of an order of the Court will be sold lo the liiehcst bidtler.iheollow of Common Pleas, of Harrison county, 'ing RBAL ESTATU. as llie propeily of Ohio, I will sell at public sale, on the prcmi- Samuel Harper, deceased, and beiiig a part ses.on Saturdav.the 28A tr of June, 1851, 'of the land of which he died, seized and rail the one undivided eighth part of the east possessed of, to wit; ....... . . r e r. , X I 1. . .1 - . hull or the nort i-east Quarter oi Auction ro. uefiiuning ior uie sshio ai oiuho mi one, Township 11, on Range 6, in the Steu-.casi line of the laads belonging lo the heirs) benvilie JUIItt jJlKinci, siitiiiieu in aiu cuuu-.ui nuunn uooij , - m.. North ty, being tlm share and interest of Martha' 1 1 3-4 de j west 34 perches, from the soulU Jane Titus James P. Titus, Mary Elizabeth east cornel of tlie said Bcaly trncl of land; Tiius, and Josiuli Titus, of in and to said thence noilh II 3-4 dep , west 9 perches, t i. . -j. r. . . .i .i. An i a j.h r.Q t-r u i'iinn .v:i i in conimenci; at iu nnosi: iiicnco iiorm iw i uori w qu.ir. o'eliM'k, A. M. Uf!v2C-'it URIAH TITUS, Guardian, &c. 4' is perches to a post; thence nor ill 25 1-2 dep. west 34 perches lo a post; thence louth 4'J (legs, west 14 perches to a alone; thence north H dcgi, west 20 perches lo a post; thence north 00 1 2 de, east 31 perches to a post; thence south 55 1 4 degs essl 74 perches lo s stone; thence soiiin I neg, ensi NOTICE. llli .subscriber h:is been appointed by the Court of Common Pleas, of Ham- soncountv. Ohio, ADMINISTRATOR, with the will annexed, of the estate of Michael 5 84 103 oerclies loa slone; ihence norlU Tf 1 C Alt t..,.. l,;n Aan'A All . J. rwui, iw ui oiuiuui! lunuouii), u!, u, . " . 8U dcjf s, ensi il perches 10 a post, snu uu those indebted to said estate will make im-jj, j. lCieg j,, dismeler, lesns north Odeg mediate paymenF to the undersigned, and1 , 97 .j k ihence south 15 I t dees,. those having claims against said estate, are J( (i, (54. 100 perches lo a post; thence will be bragging about his vote and his power .vote for the new Constitution, ask him if hej ,d the ballot box! And our Judges and high 'will vote for a tax on Churches and grave State functionaries will be compelled to de- jwi.'r-Whiff papers. -scend to notice tveru , ormry FELL 0 W :gr The above is a specimen of the ar thmigh he be nU wHl om doUar Mmeeumt mmeni. nscd by the ' federal Whig editors, 'fr. T8 WIlL EVER I,0!t Ifrom Oie Ohio ft Journal downto the Ca- T J9 " - T t.. Aa ..M.a vi Afs.mt'trr ; J(Mcrchanta and others wishing to buy the "new. Copstitution.. Now , no man of Groceries cheap would do well to remember sense will for a moment believe that under that If.-Sfciu. No. 181. west side of the the constitution churches will be taxed un- Marketiure Wheeling, keeps constantly less the Legislature of Ohio should fall into en hand every thing in the Grocery line. .the hands of the corrupt politicians that new Sec adrertinrmnt. 1 control the Whig Party. 1 to alienate one porho rest required to present them within one year, legally proven, lor settlement. May 24th, '51, MttJtiAiiijrrytJ 10, may28-3t Aaministraior. This revolutionary move on the part of South Carolina, will doubtless cause much excitement inrougmiu. y . r , . w v h.1(linl. our d1ow. vou. ,i i-1. ....1.1 iM th. latimiarrA ai B flnwmivmi 1 1 " ... - j o j , anu Diiuuiu, in & o r i . . . l. ry, 'cause every true man, every lover 01 wnooy vu bii,v. jv his country, every heart capable of apprecia. the fields that repays your never ending toils; ting the value of those great privileges we you filing to say, In obedience to the enjoy, over and above all the nations of the ar;dftto, of your gtate Central Committee, earth, to cast tne enure we.g. -. . . . . mon . . own. ,ialf . milllon of onrf hia infliir-nee on tne siae 01 tne "-i-i' - - ' - I ..... r.. t . . - . U Union as it is. ; ' ' dollars ri ptate istocas.wno sewna mo If this unhallowed movement should be at honest toil, and mocks your humble station sustained, it must bring the State of South I ho jiveJ Bhjelded from thesun and the storm Carolma into Oire conmct witn ; lftnd revelg j luxury and wealth, shall with. ai uovernment, wwaw , ,t. - ... slinlste ttnj contemplated in the address ana resolutions, urw rro. -ty v- - : e- arrives. 1 in tne mean nine, v wiw i iree iroiu bu u o-. 6 j Government ani the pepple pf tne ynwa ffovemment? ; No! you are not prepared lor States to 'frown indignantly upon inis aiwrnpt . . . iudianUy m)Urn the doctrine won oi tne vmouifomiuv : -. n.-i.".iT!miM d. ti.. put lonii vy y vti wimRf wmkhi"vv w enei- on THOS. O. CUI.SESTS0K.1 ' I HUOB O. CRrUSLK. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. CULBEttTSON It caYMBLE bavins tuke"i the room No. 195, Mnrket Square, formerly occupied by Uoo. w , jonnson, wouiu respev. rully iniorra ineir menus umi me puunu .i ally, lhat they intend keeping constantly hund nil the most approved patterns of rtuch ns Wolff's Pntenu, and Wolff's Premiuia Cooklnj Stoves, assorted sixes, ol uncii.nuu uuiiuiou.uivi i ct. i Bindly'stna Air Tight oosins oioves, oi rnrinus sizes, for either wood or coal, of ruts- bureh mnke. - Wheeling Stoves or nil Kinus ana sixes, amour. mhirh art, Hnrtler's Kntemnse. a e. w rai- it UN, wr wootl or ooai, won m iijo.i, unrmi.iHii tn worif wen. or no suie. Grates, Hollow Ware, eart irons, etc., eic, an of which we will sell IX)W r OR CASH, or to raourT euetoioers on short credit, foins; Busi ness upon the nrincipls of "small profits and quick sales," we solicit a share of publlcpntron- Weal 31 perches to the place of beginning. Jonlnilllllg tllirij-seven seres, iiircei mum, nnd fifteen perches; nil of which tract of land ws set sport for tiie DoWer of the wi dow. Cawsndria Harper, by the eppraisers. and is now sold, subject to her Dower, ind wns appisised al the sum or $440, subject lo the Dower aforesaid. ' Terms of sale all cash, r JOSEPH SHARON, Adm'r, de Bonis nun of Snmuel Harper, dee'd. ' mnv21 is M. RilLLY. WHOLESALE denier In GROCEKies, FOREIGN and DOMESTIC WINES eV LIQUORS, No. 181, west; side, Msrket Square, FKKSII AII rUttli fTIIIE subscriber is receiving at bis old stand. X in Cuiliz, Ohio, in addition lo his former BIOCK, u HHKC Slllllir Ul irr.H n - " DRUGS, DYbS.OiLS , PA 1NTS, VARN ISHES, etc, elo.. in short everything usually kept in a Weerern Drug Store. - . ' .. H is stock has been carefully selected as to qual ity nnd prices will, be so low Hint no person mis ret sonubly object, ti u aioca win up "" he would call the particular attention of perwoes wishlnr to purchase anything ia his line, to see his ttock before purchasing elsewhere. I hmtUlul lor pust llivors, ne still nopes.oy onrv and striot attention to business, to merit ft. lurrn share of the patronage of a liberal public. , . , . r ... inn m ul1 i f t. , lMiiy4l-iy .Villi UEiilUI . rrVl'RIMMlNGS for dresses, of late styles, Wlieeline. Vireinia Pure French Braatlies. Otfard, Dupuy It Co. fipet. CaMillon, A, Selgnptto, , - Domestio Bmndies, f Domestio bins, Wines. Pure Ports, ' Madeira, . Sherry, Sweet Mulngs, ' Kume, p.... M..l1i.i.d Gins. Old Kve Whiskey, ii.. r....i.t. iiMiifid Whtskev of It's own man ofuclure, wnrrnnieil pure, consluBiT o" l,n"1r aud fu sals ciuwpi - v I ' very pretty nilicle, tor snle by ronyaf 8II0TWELL ii CP.ABB. CASSIMEKK8 A very suierior quality, ami new styles, for snle by mn9l 8H0TWELL eV CRABB. VEST1NUS, something very tall, we our customers and others lor snle by mi.viil SHOT WELL fc Ott; a sturt. lABB.' f IIIEstcond arrival of Bonnets, Ribbons, Pain J Leaf, Pununiannd Brnlilcd Uul'.hns bR received ai fmy7-tll ; ; Voons. -