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Sentinel & Jacmrt.
ALLEN 4 GILES, EDITORS. CAUIZ. OHIO. WEDNESDAY MORMNU SEPTEMBER 3. ft DEHOCSATIC TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR: Eeuben "Wood, of Cuyahosn counh LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: WHam. Medill, Fairfiidd couniy. SUPREME JUDGES: Haf jsP. Rannj, Trumbull county. 7rn, B. Caldwell, Hamilton John A, Corwin, Champaign Thos, 7. hartley, Richland u Allen Q. Thurman, Uoss SECRETARY OF STATE: Vwm. Xreviu, oi rrariKtiu couniy AUDITOR OF STATE: T7m. D. Morgan, Columbiana co STATE TREASURER: John G. Breslin, f Senaca county. ATTORNEY GENERAL. George E. Pugh, Hamilton county. HOARD OK PUBLIC WORKS: Alexander P. Miller, Butler county O. W. Manypenny, .Muskingum co. JTamw B. Steedman, Lucas count FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. For tht third sub-division of the eigldh district, Thomas L Jewett, J efforstm connty Democratic Cottnty Ticket For Representative, JOHN DOWNING, of Athens. For Probate Judge, PRICE W. VIERS, of North. For Clerk of Che Court, CHARLES PATTERSON, of Cadiz For Prosecuting Attorney, LEWIS LEWTON, of Cadiz. ' For Treasurer, . DAVID HILBERT, of Cadiz. ForSfitri, JAMES CADY. of Cadiz. For Commissioner, WILLIAM MOORE, of Moorcfild. For Coroner, E. CONAWAY, of Franklin. For Director of the County Infirmary, JOHN ROSS, of Archer. DemOCratlC Senatorial tonvemion Th Democratic Senatorial Convention, f ,r the eounties of Belmont and Harrison, 1 .ill meetin Uniontown, MONDAY, the 15th day of September, at 18 o ciock, m., ior me purpose ot nominating a canaiuaic ior duub Senator. I Br Order " f..r. E,litnr Y.m will nleasc announce Samu G. PeppaRd, Esq., of Harrison county as a candidate for State Senate, tor the ms- trict composed of theconties of Belmont and 11,,,,;,, .,,hu.M. th decision of the De- ........ mocraue District convention. HARRISON COUNTY. St. Clairsville Gazette please copy. nr I VTICTl T -..II....!. n f tk.a . ittl t' l . , , pm - f it, boy between 16 and 17 years of age, to ii Aii mu luiiucumicir learn the brinting business. One from the - ., .. t ! r F Ihn ountry would be preferred. What the Democracy say of Us. Resolution passed by the Harrison county Democratic county convention, Aug. 26, '51 Resolved That we highly approve of the fTlusr ? rTSF-. Rpniinel ii,,.;,m f!m,nfv FArmPr" is now con- ducted, and that we cheerfully recommend it to our' fellow citizens as a good county paper, and one worthy the support of every TW.wM.rat in Harrison eountv Democrat in Harrison county. rv. - held in Moorefield, August 23, 1051 : Resdofl, That approving of the the man ner in which "Tlie Sentinel and Farmer" is now conducted, we cheerfully recommend it. as a good county paper to our fellow citixens. . . yWe direct attention to the advertise ment of our friend A. F. Moore, which ap pears in the "Sentinel" of to-day. Any one wishing good bargains, should give him a call, for his goods are decidedly cheap. He is a clever fellow, and deserving of pa tronage. He may be found at John McCor mack's old stand. Mind you, "no trust" is the motto, and that is the reason, his goods are so cheap. Fire in Freeport . On Friday night last, about 1 1 o'clock, a fire broke out in a large new stable, belong ing to Mr.Robt Holliday, of Freeportin this county, which was, together with another one adjoining it, in a short time burned to the trround. . The fire was no doubt the work of incendiary. , Tom. Marshall " Of Kentucky, it is said, has again changed his political creed. Over his conversion as they terra it, the whig papers are in exta vies. Well, all we have to say about is this be is of but little account to any party. So, 'God bless, let him go." 5Thig Rallying Cry in 1840. ' IKr"TW0 DOLLARS A DAY AND ROAST BEEF, was the rallying cry of the Whig alias Coon party in 1840, But tha ery of SAMUEL F. VINTON, when in Congress was X3T$0 BEEF FOR THE ARMY IN MEXICO. Tfie people will remember these things, and tlie Ohio Volunteers who served in Mexico, will say at the ballot box NO SUCH A,MAN A3 YINT0NTOR GOV ERNOR," ' ' What does this mean? v " "David IL Lyman, one of tho Whig can dates for the Board of Public Works, altho' juxninated for that office by the lata Whig Btate Convention, and that too through his own personal agency, is now making a strong t-Cort to secure a nomination 6 r the State nate from the Muskingum and Perry di- ' ifar ' This looks as if he is afraid , that the gxiopld intended to veto the whig party this ful aj.vn -and a he must have office he asks t be ifclccteit Sena'or. How these whig jiolilteinM do hate ofilee I . )xci.iKss.-Judge Kennon is announced h( tho Cxdi( Sentinel, as a candidate for f. r .Senator. Tho Judge requests ua to stat t,:St ho reiftfetfully declines being a eandi Ja3.-"87. Clairsvillt Gastttt, Democrats, Prepare for the Fight! Your enemy the hosts of Federalism the foes of Equal Rights and Equal Laws are in the field. . They are led on by Samuel F.Vinton a man who opposed granting bounty lands to old soldiers a man who refused to rote supplies to the array, when our brave soldiers were starving in foreign land a man who actually introduced into he House of Representatives ONLY TV O YEARS AGO, a bill depriving the people 4 the right to a voice in the election of the President, and a man too who stands identi fied with all the infamous measures of Fed eralism as their standard bearer. Democrats of Harrison county! of the State of Ohio! if ever there was a time that called forth from you, untiring, enthusiastic and united exertions. IT IS NOW. The campaign, which is now opened, is the most important that has ever occurred in Ohio. A new constitution has been adopted, and under this a new system of government will o into operation and a new older of things s to be established. Issues of great and lasting importance issues involving princi ples for which the Democracy have long struggled to maintain, are presented for your consideration. . . Then arouse yel Prepare for the great conflict, which is to be decided on the second Tuesday of October, lest the enemy take you unawares. They will leave nothing undone every thing will be brought to bear that human ingenuity can suggest, for the purpose of again getting into power, Democrats deceive not yourselves, but be up and at work. Your opponents are secretly organizing in ever), townahip. Bo Jo o j r active be diligent stand firm cheer up your neighbor-and then meet your foe Jo J bravelvs and the Democratic banner will tri- umphantly wave over the hills of old Har rison. Galphinism at Columbus. A correspondent of the Ohio Statesman, 1 puts to the Post Master at Columbus the foi0Win : "Can Mr. Perry explain how the Lcgisla- live Postage Bill ran up trom fcl.Y lliuu- gAND DOLLARS, under Democratic Post Masters, to salXlTjCCSI THOU SAND DOLLARS underyour Perry's "Jl ... , . A ..... yM , j-You understand. Will you explain? There's the way whig office holders take care of the people's money, when they have charge of it. Before an election they make great pretensions of economy, but as soon RS tne election is over, they forget their rofessions thcy iive high, and-A people . ' 1 r . ta foot the bill! - " t It is now about four weeks since these nnest.ir.ns has been out to the Post Master, . .wr )! hPfln n'.nrnerl itn , .. r 1 f 1 .1 wnvaon L rsromer aieuwrv. sur iiieiu uu. J ' , , , , . , Thencol)le wan.. . ....... r i x - light. t 1 Kentucky and Ohio Whlggery. There has a beautiful family fight sprung up in Kentucky among the Whigs. They a e auarreling among themselves for nomi- are. -B natmg Dixon, as the Whig candidate for Governor. Thcy say that .t was well known that he opposed the new constitution, and therefore ought not to have been nominated , . . reftson his defeat I . . , Afterthe second Tuesday of October, the &,WThig party in Ohio will say the same about kr:. ' H f tutuu The Reformer. rt.t w.j i c a :.u xr i ,.t o.. iueurj u iu.eu u3 w.u. . . a very neat campaign paper bearing me above title. We have no doubt but that it We have no doubt but that it n . ..x i .i . . will prove an efficient champion in the cause . . of Democracy, and we should like toseeite well circulated in every township in Harrison wui circuiaieuin every iwniuiiipiiiiuiiwu county. Terms as follows : Three copies, 1 00 Ten, 3 00 m K nA . . party can affect any great object. Nor can for district Judge for a man who is disquali Back numbers furnished. Subscnplions e geetho necegsity cf adopting a different ficd by the law of his formation for such an received at this office. It will be published till after the election. We have as yet only received Nos. 1 & 3. J 1 ' Vfea rimwinn H nnm Vnrrma niftn ine, drawing JfcOOm companion. Gleason says that he intends to clothe his Kper in new type, and otherwise improve it. Now, so far as improvements are con- sidered, we think that out ofthe question, . , ... t .,. . ,. for .t is the best and prettiest published in the east. But Gleason does what he says, and so we shall look for something rich. It is published at $3 a year in advance, by F. Gleason. Boston. Specimen numbers can be seen by calling on Dr. Knox, the P. M., or at this offici. Send us no. 14. Bankrupt Candidate. Daniel Segur, of Toledo, the Whig can didate for member of the Board of Public Works, is, says the Kalida Venture, one of the worthies, who took the benefit of the Bankrupt Law, which tlie whigs passed, and which is now known as the "Plunder Law." It is thus he payed his debts, and no doubt r ., . . , . . manv twtr mon ,M hv Una Ait nunnvAa y. ' -j - r of their just due. i The people will remember this, and give him the privilege, of staying at home. 03r Our Democratic friends in Belmon1 county, have nominated the following excel lent ticket: Senator: William Workman, subject to the decision of the Senatorial Convention Representatives: Andrew W, Anderson, RobertS. Clark, ' Probate Judge: Alexander Fatten. Clerk of Court: John H. Heaton. Treasurer: John Kelley. Prosecuting Attorney: IsaaeE. Eaton Commissioner Samuel Findley. Coroner: Harrison Massie. ; Director of Infirmary; Thomas M. Nichol. Bailkoao Subscriptiow The 'County Commissioners have issued their Proclama tion calling upon tha voters of Belmont coun ty to rote on the 2d Tuesday of October next, upon the proposition to authorise them, to subscribe one hundred thousand dollars to tlx stock of tho Central Ohio Railroad Small Potatoes! The following letter from John Hastings, of Moorefield township, to the Whig Senato rial Convention, is the smallest potatoes w have seen for a long time. So said an officc- holdinz whiir in Cadix on reading it. Its rich: MoominKLD, Aug. 27th, 1851. Gents : My name having been announe edin connection with the office of Senator, i for this district, 1 believe it to Demy duty to respectfully withdraw it from the canvass. I am induced o this step for various rea sons i teel thankful to the Whigs oi Harri son and Jefferson for their very liberal sup port heretofore it would be more than in gratitude in me not to remember the Kind ness of my whig friends in Harrison not withstanding a change is made in the dis trict. To those persons who have been individu ally friendly to my nomination I will per sonally satisfy them that this step is neces sary and proper on my part. I shall readi ly act with the whigs in support of the nomi nee of the convention, and I expect to be found instant in seasou and out of season in trying to promote the whig cause, so long as they continue their constitutional opposi tion to slavery, and adhere to the doctrins of their creed heretofore published. Yours respectfy, J. HASTINGS Mr. H. is only holding back for Auditor next fall Fire in Steubenville. On Friday last, a fire broke out in the Union Factory, belonging to Messrs. Dunn, Archer & Co., and in a khort time the build ing, together with several old ones in the neighborhood were totally consumed. Loss ( . . 1 .At. itn 1 1- il. ft"""" f . "' Xt cost but Mo to ,1Rve your V"' ... , t, rr t)i.:ii: .l. V or -. " Bank, is the agent in Harrison county for . i : : : ,i. "voonuc uCSl , u,c Union. From the St. Clairsville Gazette. We understand that at a meeting held in 'this place, by the whigs who support the! present Administration, and are in favor of II. TT I 1 f V "1T" Plotform-Alfssra II I'uflf R. K. l!nrothprs. f!. f!. f!arnill. Isaac Askew, and M. J. W. Glover, were appointed a committee to draw UD a circular to the wliisrs of Belmont coun- ty; which Circular will be tound below We shall expect to see a spirited meeting on the 13tll for the gentlemen this movement, are men who who lead oil ho are not apt to move uutil they know what they are doing. To the Whigs of Belmont county- The undersigned, your fellow citizcns.and mAmKio . if f 1 1 n u" . i i i . rtaWv in t.l.A ennnl ' , heretofore ente?Uiined and do now en- tel.tain the aest confidence in the integrity, capacity and policy of the administration of x resiueni riimiore, nuu i me piuscm umc fcel t t0 a parajnount duty to sustain the same. We view the question of maintatn- ing anu preserving uie uiiiuu tvs wcu nun 8S .t all times heretofore, altogether above any mere party, or sectional interest, and j it: n we look upon any attempt, openly or covert 1.. in uiiaL-nn fir ttoi'Ar t.ho t.iptt urhitll Kinfl - ,. ., , a. . i:ii . JJ , IW W UU.V.. V..V ' .....V.. togetner uie several oiaies as niguiy cuipa- o , , , v L wie. 1 1 llUt nua7iuu.l .iviwuuauic. i v ic- lieve that all laws, either of the Federal or State jjovernment, should be implicitly obey- ed R1fd honestly and manfully executed. We have appeared before you at this time because the meeting of the Delegates at ""WY the comt ticket for thIs M election) onthe ,3th inst'8cd eertam resolutions, of which we disapprove, and which we believe a great majority of the whigs of the county cannot, an(1 wil1 not receive as their rule of action, , we do not Know wnetnert. ese reso.uuonsmoncy ln tne uayton aank can escape tax were passea Wlin aue consioeraucn oi mat or wcre suffercd to pass without investigation, as a matter of course. We cannot, and we have trood reason to ' , . . . , . believe tha the great body ot tho whigs cannot recognize them as a platform, cither as national or sectional. We disapprove of We disapprove of firstthrec resolutions, as having for their b- ct tll(J ls,Up0f the slavery question and 0f bringing our national administration an(i 0f bringing our national administration . j: . r.. ..i nil.. into disrepute. We do not approve of oth- .. f .1 .. rtrtl.,:c iinlruA in f.it n -i ij :0n..., Koinruin ino. U1UICM kuw,i. ... .v., c,cumM5? l" "f imnroner. and unnecessary to be , x-.-j.--, , made. we are unwilling to aaopt a puormwnicn will necessarily separate us from the great mass of the whig party, for without union no .... . . i , r ti one from that of New Yor k, Pennsylvania, and our own State Convention. Under such circumstances, we are of opin- ;(m. that the whiy nartv of this county should promptly put itself into the proper position fhehigg ofthe State and of the Union, We therefore call upon you, one and all, to meet with us on the 13th day of September next, at 12 o clock, M. at the Gourt House, to consider what resolutions ought to be pas- sed by us as the whigs of the county, and ot ' national M our of ac. tjon In this meeting we do not propose to enter into the subject ofthe nominations already me. b.ut 8imP'y to the whiS 17 nSht before the country. Let all come, so that 'here may be a full in Havana, and one of our mail steamers expression on the subject of our policy, as a chased, fired at and boarded, by a Spanish party, in order that there may be union and war force, there were but two heads of de activity in our organization. partments in the seat of government. The August 20th, 1851. Union ofthe 23d, while detailing the shock- " 'ri i t " j I ing particulars of the massacre, exclaimed : Cadiz Plank Road. Where U the government to meet this out We yesterday went out along the line of rage? Where is the Pnrwdent? Where is the plank road now beinir constructed to-1 the Secretary of State? Wherein the Sec- wards Cadiz, and were very highly pleased at it progress and condition. We doubt Aether one in a hundred of our old citizens are aware of the route or of the advantages ... . ... of this road. We will describe: We crossed the bridge to Bridgeport and 1 near the upper end of the town, went up w hiskey run wnere we iouna stakes at regu- lar intervals, and along the south bank ofthe run soon came to workmen (Trading the road. The rise commences but a-few rods from the west end of the old bridge and con tinues at a perfect regular grade to the tavern on the hill, where the old roads sepa rate, about three miles. The elevation does nol exceed 2J degrees and continues regular throughout. Ahorse with a buggy need not break a trot the whole distance. There are now about 70 bands at work on the line, and the compa ny expect to get five miles planked and com pleted by the 1st of December. This will truly be the most delightful as well as the most useful of the roads leading to this oitv. At this season it is bleasant beyond all comparison protected by the hi-rh hills covered with oak, beech and ma ple, tha sun comes down upon it only through the waving trees just euough to beautify, not burn ; making it throughout a luxuri ous place for a drive, particularly to the young, tender and romantic as we were long time ago. Wheeling Gazette. ' ' Bank Taxatian Position of Can didates for Attorney General upon this all important question. The question of the taxation of Banks U one of the first importance in the present can vass. It has frequently been given out by the whig pre e that the Banks of Ohio would object to any other rate or plan of assessment than that provided at the time of their incor poration. The principle is of more importance than any other, of financial bearing, before the people. The Attorney Generalship is directly in volved in this question, being one of a strict ly legal nature. It is moie than probable that when the provisions or the le consti tution are brought to bear, the banks will resist the law in which those provisions will be attempted to be enforced. This will brinthe tovtreignpeople and the banks in I uirecir i-uinsiuii. mr. oumuwij wu- i ,Uk. w,rinnln. nnition. anit nolitical i- .7. ..n: : . if- w. k..- obli.ration with the party in this State which has always, and to this hour, opposed com- pulsory leslHtion on the subiectof the equal taxation of Banks. As our correspondent below suggests, it is important that, not only the views of can- dates should be known upon important sub- reprehensible conauct in permitting uic aes iectslike this, but that the people should ecrauon, as they have done, of the senseless have a fair understanaing ot the subject. We therefore cheerfully join "A Seeker Ar- teb Truth" inhissuggestion, that the dem- .i .nrtWlato. fnr Aitnmav ass the Question of Bank 'p...:.. ,i ..k tti uiiin, thnv mat, ,ic. Kr.. .nnloi,l We presume, of course, that there can be no P'"g the dead bodies, mutilating the.r limbs, haye 0I) made'three cSpti veS) who, as they I wDir?c.tor of Inhrmary; Jonathan Rom.g, of objection to the suggestion on the part of ei- tearing out their eyes, cutting off theirnoses in the official bulletilli they instantiy put ; Warwick. ther candidate or his friends. There will n.d fingers, and some of the poor fellows to JeHtll Two of these persons were sailors! we suppose Mr. Timmerman, the candi be none on our side, and we hope to hear an privates. These, the wretches brought to Dei0Dginj, to the steamer Pampero, who, af- date for Sheriff, got the nomination, for al- early response from tho;her parties interest- A n nr frn.l'.nrrtnos r on. W ca 1 the ort;-.io ot'nnii.,n nf thfl nonnlfl nf Ohio our friend's letter following: Statesman Germantown, 0., Aug. 23, 1851. Mentor T)fiar iVir. Thp KiiKiof.! nf Bank 'taxation is one in which we all feel a ,i ;fot ; cti.m f H..,Kf t UCrU IllL.l l.ll 111 lino wvvwvi.i .'. a Muuu MEW lu cQinu f..linir Ttlnd.4 llirriurrhdllt tl ... . 0 State. It is one that soars above and be- yond mere party politics, and upon no ques- tion do the people more anxiously seek for light, than upon this. On the one hand the .P. 1 flin-i .i. .. friends and supporters ot the Biinks.that their charters exempt them from taxation, except on their net earnings, while on the other hand it is contended that the legislature had , ., ... , .j. .... no legal rigiu io ceue 10 any company uie ,..! .i u t r isrni oi me Deou e; uirouuu uisir ucLri.M;uuie to tax money invested in banks in the same manner as money invested in other property lhe question thus assumes a new shape, partaking more of the judicial than of party politics, and in this connection l wish to make a suggestion to the two candidates for office : ,ts waJ t0 n,al'el Irom tlie slaughter-house, Mr. Stanberry and Pugh are both on the than that of a hearse conveying the dead track for Attorney General an office exclu- bod,es of huraan belnSs; sively of a law character. The person elect- A uner lookl,n set of TOUnS mcn ? never ed is in truth, the people's attorney the law saw theY made not a s,nSle complaint, not officer of the State. The question of Bank ft murmur, Rgainst their sentence, and decen taxation is claimed to be entirely a jaw cy should have been shown their dead bod questiou, and yet it has entered largely into K;8- ln, nnraUon to the heroism they dis 0jtcgi played when brought out for execution. Candidates for office usually address their Havana, Aug. 16, 1051. fellow citizens, and 1 would suggest that The bloody Day in Havana The Execution Messrs. 'Stanberry and Pugh, in making of fifty Patriots The Conduct of the their appointments, have an understanding American Consul The Rising of tlie Peo- thattliey go together and address the same meetings, and that they dt bate this question of Bank taxation. Both are claimed by their party friends to be sound lawyers and able speakers, and could throw much light upon that subject, the more especially as they are understood to differ on the question. I trust you will publish this, and if either of the candidates back out, publish the fret, I am not much of a party man, but I do want to know why it is that my farm, with the hogs and cattle, and everything on it, is to be taxed at their true value iu monev. . while my friend, Mr, Peter Odlin, who is a candidate for Supreme Judge, by putting his ation, except on the profits of the bank. Yours respectlully, A Seeker after Truth. m, t " T A v. m, JUQ5fsmP' The Herald intimates that the Tuscaraw- as Advocate does not exactly do the 'clean thing' with reference to Uie aspirants i tOT tllG whi g nomination for District Judge. The Advocate does notannounce the name Advocate does notannounce the name of Jo- .. , . .1. if X f r 1 11" r !.. seph M. Mason, of Jefferson county, for that .... 1 1.. . ... 1. , I . .1., .... ik ii i.i .1 i .i u i.: :.: umtc, u,. w , uu U.,UU5U .uu ,Suu, of Tuscarawas nountv. who md the monev j' ----j irom Mr. Mason to pay tor the same, mere svt i . " . . .... xrom Jir. Aiason to pav ior me same, luero is an enort making .byaitnotot politicians in Tuscarawas county, assisted by a few in Harrison county, to secure the nomination office. He has been, and is, a warm a bit- ter an unscrupulous politician, and is famed for nothing but abuse of democrats. To secure his nomination we know the noliti- cians we have referred to would use every exertion, but we thought they had too much shrewdness to attempt to carry their point by the means exposed by the Herald. They will doubtless be successful in their attempts, but we trust there is respect enough felt for the purity of the bench by the people of the diJkt defeat them Jito ballot box.- Steubenville Union. Xo Government at Home. When the intelligence reached Washing- ton that fifty Americans han been butchered retary of Interior? , Where is the Attorney General? Where is the Secretary of War ? , Thcy are scattered about the country on electioneering tours, and none here can tell o ' where they are. ' There is no government at Washington. Mr. t illniore, Mr. Web ster, Mr. Stuart, Mr. Crittenden, Mr. Con rad, are all gonescattered to the four winds. Mr. Corwin had as well be gone too, for his private affairs just now take up his time and attention, Mr. Graham. Sec - retary of the Navy, is here ; and Mr, Hall, who is charged with the superintendance of the Post Office Department, is here also. That is all. , ; ' Suppose a ease, under these peculiar cir cumstances, averysupposablecase: That the Democracy were in possession ofthe Ex ecutive Departments, and these things were taking place among ana around us, Amer icans butchered by the half hundred, and none of the public guardians in their places, to assert American tights and protect the National honor: how the land would ring and echo with tlie denunciations of Whig indignantel How the Democracy would be, imprecated as unfit to hold the reins of gov-1 ernmentt Every newspaper would be em blazoned with "tht traveling Cabinet" "electioneering officials!" Ac, to incense the people against tolerating or countenancing such indifference to the duties of their offi cers. Cis. Emq. ; 1 ":. ' , 1 ;" ', ' '.' ': TTTKTT.T.TNG NEWS PROM CUBA 10 American Citizens Butchered in Cold Blood!!! THE AMERICAN CONSUL, APPOINT ED BY PRESIDENT FILLMORE RE FUSING TO INTERFERE TO SAVE THE LIVES OF OUR FELLOW CIT IZENS. Pull Particulars of the Massacre. Havaka, Aug. 16 4 1 P. M. The frightful execution of fifty Americana in Havana HorriUt scenes. I am too much affected to write to you more than to say that I have this day been finest to one of the most brutal acts of wanton lnnumanuv ever oeruciraieu uuo v annals of history. Aot content, this gov- crnmeni, in revenging xnemseive. in w.e uca"' misguided men, and which.it may even be 8aid. .brought upon themselves, bat "ese opantsn authonties aeserveio oe mosi evercly chastised for their exceedingly ,"; "" '"g. Forty Americans, one Italian, four one Philippine Islander, one Scotch, two Havancros and two Germans, or Hun- ganans. were snot at u ociock ai after which the troops were ordered 1 to retire : and some hundreds of the very vilest strip- ' " " ".7. " '. uio very wans ui me pan remembrance of the tight is frightful. ui biic uaiULd ii . ttiic: I v A ' J cry I never saw men and could scarcely have supposed it possible conduct them selves at such an awful moment with the fortitude these men displayed under such trvinir circumstances. Ihey were shot six ey were snot six " " at a time, I. tWelvt twelve were brought to the i7.i- .ij P,ace m. ecuiion, six maue 10 aueei uou ttna ri!ulev nre 01 lne soiuiers aiir which the remaining six were made to walk rouna l"ulr UUH? comraues, anu Kneei oppo- i f i- 4-j-i ilium wlian t m tk it u ufawa chi.r V"J """ . After being stripped, and their bodies muti- lated m thu barberous manner I have descn- tuey were snoved, six or seven togetii- ir.h.Himl aa thev were, into hearses, which , j , , , were used last vear for cholera cases. j .. : . No . coffins were allowed them ; and I think the manner they were put into the hearses were equally as disgusting as their olher ac.ts- The, lieatU of, soln,e. w,ere, "" "ss'"S s'u..u, more the pperance of a slaughter cart on ple The Reported Successes of the Invu- ders, &c. The bloodiest day of the Cuban revolution is fast drawing to its close, and the sun that is now rapidly sinking in the west has seen fifty prisoners the greater part of them Americans shot in cold blood, and their mutilated remains torn and dragged by a savage populace, the outpourings of Spain, the mule of Europe. This morning, about 3 o'clock, the steam- er Habanero arrived with fifty prisoners. At 1 1 o clock they were shoe at the toot ot the Fort Atares, in the presence of an immune assemblage The saddest portion of the hisory which I have to relate is the mdincrence ot the American Consul to their sad fate. This gentleman, as you are aware, is Mr. A. F. Owen, late representative trom Georgia in Congress, and nominated by Mr. Fillmore tn r.ir.a n,.n nm,,i.ii thu lata n,n,.i here Mr 0w'el, was cal'led upon by an A mir-Ino n tmnt lnm tin rniiiflinir liiifti trt iwa if l&Ulll IVII11 VllVlViilllU VUlUlllg II vi v i vv OVV 1 i. t..,,i ,.,i on., ,.(,. i i.., ,.c i,: countrvmen who were thus inhumanly to be J ... V gi10t . tie jousui to0k the ground that thev . ' . . . P . ' .7: 'jr. ' had been declared outlaws by Mr. Fillmore, AND HE SHOULD NOT INTERFERE turn. iiiwn.ni ai iin itu JUAiimu Aiier some conversa- viuu uc uuiiiiuurju viinv uc nuuiu niiw aj tui; u aa uf 1,.. w..m .ti,rt Captain General, which he did, requesting on an interview. At two o'clock he had receive(i no an8wer. I do not write this in a spirit of anger, but after hours of calm reflection ; and to any gentleman who asks my name from any other motive than an impertinent curiosity, you are at liberty to communicate it. Mr. Owen Heave to the judgement of his fellow citizens. The revolution goes gloriously on. In the East and West the patriots are every where triumphant. The people join them in crowds, and the year 1851 will see the end of the Spanish rule in Cuba. I leave to your able correspondence all details. Cuba.no. Havana, Aug. 16 10 A.M. Spanish Troops led into Ambush and fifty killed by the Patriots The Landing of Jjopei and his Jouowers 1M Lion Beard ed in hit Den Alarm and confusion Defeat of tht Spanish at Las Posas EiglUy six killed Three of tht Pampero's Men Put to Death 50 Putrwts Captur ed at Sea Mississippi Yeomary, dec. Intelligence reached Havana, last week, that four hundred picked men had been sent out into the mountain of Coscoro by General Kemery, who was made to believe that a very small number of the insurgents remained, and could be easily captured. The result was that the troops were led into ambush, when a large force of the patriots, under Dr. Augustine Agueroy Aguero, l ush ed upon them and killed some fifty on the spot. The rest of the Spaniards retreated to fnncipe, as well as they could, in the greatest disorder. Scarcely had the government recovered : from this shock when their attention was called to the still more serious fact that a large number of sympathisers, under Gen, Lopez, had effected a landing at Playitas, a few miles to the westward of Bahia Honda, which took place at 4 A. M , on the 13th inst. Lopez is decidedly a brave man brave almost to rashness. It is positively believed here, and I believe it to be true, that the steamer signalled from the Moro pi , it,- ftl, io,.!. ... .u same one which conveyed Gen. Lopez and ,The ga'nt the Spanish con hU friends to these shores. Such a daring iul roM 5hlefly om his refusal to deliver act of audacity, bearding as it were the lion nP "umber of letters from the prisoners inhisden, is most extraordinary. , wlo were shot at Havanna, which had been It anuears' that, close into the entrance of written before their execution, and forward- this harbor, Lopez fell in with a schooner, . . . . ... . .1 from which he toot ont the captain and mate to serve him as pilots on the coast of Babia Honda, the navigation of which is very in - tricate. They arrived off Babia Honda about 8 P. M., when they immediately commenced making signals to the shore by means of ffic- Trhkn PMy Pre- uiousiy agreea upon between Uie liberators- New York Asir tS. and those on shore. Gtn. Lopes did not af-1 The steamer Florida, sailed frota Sarin- -feet a landing with hw men unuU A. M.; but nah Saturday night, with reinforcement the debarkation was done in so masterly a for Gel. Lopes. style, that before sunrise he bad not only Vigorous efforts are bein made in New landed his men, with all their munitions of Orleans to raise iWoVcements. Men ar war, bui was on bis march to Las Posas a pient bat are limited, town a few miles distant from the coast, jfetr Orleans, Aug. 89. where he immediately commenced intrench- There are now 1000 Liberators waiting ing himself. fi conveyance to Cuba. Gen. Felix Hoiu- In the meanwhile, here in Havanna, reign- edhe greatest excitement The Pizarro, laden with troops, under the command of C-cn. Enna, (who is next in commaud to Captain General ) and with him the Admi- ral. lett about 8 A. M., for Balua Honda, one .v l i : l : i i ... . j,.,,..- .j by the railway cars. It must be borne in mind, that such was the t"te of confusion and alarm into which me ifoverniueni. were inruwn, wiav wer uuu p , :,i0 , -.i, . .1 or Mariel were the points to which the lib- erators had come. However, the following morning, we are informed that Gencaal Enna had come up with the "pirates," as they are with them at Las Posas, in. which he regrets the loss of some of his men and others woun ded. Accordingly, two steamers, the Habanero and the Almendares, left that day with more troops, to the number of 141)0, so that ac cording to their own account, with those who have been concentrating from the other dis tricts, they have got upwards df 3,000 men, ij- ., a ...i.; .ul ter landing Lope, had gone into a tavern and got drunk; the otherpoor fellow wos found H III 1 iri iLlirilllk : l.llf 1 1 1.1 It r tu Mlrll'lll IW W 1 1 i i j i. . . i ii r. c in a hut, unable to move, from a fracture he received when landing. ' On the 15th, it was known that the liber ators, who have been joined in large num bers by the people of the country, made a mov. ' ,,, Air-,um ne nipr(H N.iAn as,,! Cahanas. with the intontinn of nnvuwm themselves of the fort at the latter place, wlicn unfortUnately, some forty or fifty oi thenli wno,ad jn the most daring manner. endeavored to get there by sea in four laun- . . P . . - . . . ches, with the intention ot taking the Span- iards ;n the fort by surprise, were themselves Bftcr a most d rate resistance, captured by the Spanish Admiral, who, with his stea- -? f ... : 'x.' .... iiier, huu nil iiuuicusk iiumuer oi men, sue- r i v a .i.. r ceeded in taking them, after a fight of four hours. In this engagement the Spauiarda were commanded by General Enna in person, who had his horse shot from under him; Col. Ra dal and seven officers and about seventy. eight men were killed. So unerring and deadly was the fire of the brave liberators that Generel Enna was three times repulsed with loss. At this mo ment the Lieutenant Governor of Mariel, uoionei trunea, came up with about two hundred men more, when the Col. received a shot through his leg, and his men such a check, that General bnna (as he states m his ofScial communication to the Captain ncti-r. H;8 ihiriiiii hml little hope of hi re General, dated half past three on the 1 4i.li, ) cnvuiy itom the first. Ft.r Mime time , ua in cow. saw the uselessness of attempling any thing e i V, . J ii rmer against uie p rates wimouc more ar - tillery, as it would be only exposing his men to certain death, without any result; consequentlyhe demanded further reinforce - T, . .i.i!., i It is computed that there were no less Man sr.) soldiers and sailors engaged in the capture ot these brave ntty Americans. Klated with his success, Admiral Bustil los hastened with his prize to Havana, where he arrived this morning at 1 J- o'clock A. M. Of the fifty or fifty-two who were to have been shot this morning at the Fort Atares, forty-six were of the flower of the Mississip pi yeomanry.' All the troops in and about Havana were formed in a square on the crround where this wholesale butcherv was to take place. But strange to say, that, notwith- J"" ".'. h "P"!'''.'' Jwellinc r. ,. ,, . J '. ' , r liouee. I he e is nlao n goml tpun; of never fml standing all the great preparations made for ilie lv,(,r n,,. preinisea-fruii trees of all kinds this spectacle, up to this moment, 10 A. M., of the most ehoice qniili ien. it has not been put into execution, and the ' ' Poaneasion will be nivon on the firti of Octobi r r.Y.,t,rtn -ntii-n intlw.ii. next, r'or further inlormiuioii inquire of John u.,i.- UniTcUhS. One handsome, noble looking fellow, from New Orleans, among the captured, from who these wretches attempted to obtain his declaration, in the hope of getting him to implicate others, desired them, in the most peremptory manner, not to interrogate him, that he was not an informer, that the fortune of war had placed him in their power, and mat tneir blood-thirsty characters was known to the world, but that he had the satisfaction of knowing that every drop of. American blood shed by them would call ' down upon them the vengence of the whole 1 American nation, and that it would be re paid to them a hundred fold. Riot in New Orleans. Baltimore, Auff. 25, Charleston papers of Saturday, received to-night have dispatches . from New Orleans dated 21st ult., stating that a party of Cub .n liberators, mostly western men, exasperated by the tone of certain articles in the Spanish paper, La Patria, in relation to Cuba, in the Kemomher thin he tells CIlKAPEit than tha afternoon of that day attacked the office, CHKAPKST. broke in the doors and windows, and threw!, Co"'"f Produce taken in exchange foryoml. the presses, cases and typo into the street, and destroyed every thing belonging to tho office, ; The police did not interfere. ' Tt. ,,.v. f. i , it ' The mob after destroying the office, pro- Ceeded to the cigar store, corner of St Charles Gravier streets, broke the windows and destroyed the stock and furniture which were very valuable. . , At half past 7 o ciock, the rioters pro ceeded to the office of the Spanish Consul, and destroyed the desk, office furniture, dec. They also broke down the signs over stores and offices of Spaniards, which they carried A- 1 . . ' 1 1 1. ' 1.11 vo a large meeting wnicn was being neiu in i iiatayette square. . 1 STILL LATER. On the 22d about two thousand mcn sur rounded the city prison, where the Spanish Consul had taken refuge, and threatened to to demolish it unless the Consul was deliver ed up to them. There were about fifty of the police on the ground. , The cigar shops kept by the Spaniards were nearly all destroyed (luring the night. Minute guns are being fired in honor ot the murdered liberators. The bodies of Col. Crittenden and Capt. Kerr, which have been brought from Ha vanna, attract many visitors, and produced much feeling. ,; , The military have been ordered out to sup press the riot. Three or four bpanish CoIIce houses have " i . . i .oeen aesiroyea. e(V? n,m by tne Cuban authorities. Ifla wsiia lion am hv anmntitTaa Wui ha " "J - v refused to deliver them up. ' Te Cuban ncw haa creattid tho 8rcstcst ""tement tWThe proceedings of the Bible Society will appear next week. Reinforcements for Gen. Lopez. tonBM asnmed charge o the movement. Tremendous Conflagration in Mas Billon Ohio iCoundre, onlast Wenesday morn. . . fi . n ' - - " , m Aiassiuon. lhe names extended ana were not extinguished until Hawk's hotel, and nil the stores in the block m which it was situated, were burned to the ground m. 1 . ; -:,,l-.i;m,4 , t -ic urgj ' ' - "The whigs of Tuscarawas connty, have nomked the Mowing Ucket: Representative; George Riker, of Goshenv Probate Judge; John Judy, of Goshsn. Clerk; Joseph Walton, of Goshen. Sheriff; Adam Timmerman, of Perry. Treasurer; Samuel Switzer, of Clay. Prosecuting Attorney; A. T. Ready, of Goshen. Recorder; James M. Heller, of York. Commissioner; John M'Eldery, of Dover. Suneyor; Joseph Wclty, of Goshen. way8 heretofore opposing the interests of his own township. CO The whigs of this Senatorial District have nominated John C. Kerr, of Green town ship, for Senator. JEW The Clerk informs us that the Laws and Journals for this County have come, and are ready for distribution. DIIOD In tlii pluce.oii the 9l insl , Mr. Kia Hkahn. ngeil nbuiil IHyeurt. DlttD On the 24ih of April Iiim. Mr. Jour W. VPIlkavv, nenr ( uilii, Oliiji, in the 30ih )eur ufhianieti. I lie awwued eonnectrd biinMU with ibe Trw :k..,.; -i. . roll, of Cmiii, in February. 1846, mid snoii nfinr comiiMHiceil n ronrw ol tludiet, lri.'n raiorj' to lhe Guspel Miniiry. Iln ipent some time rtt the Acndt'iD ill New Hii&cittoirn, 'ii Carroll coiihty, miiI n flei wnrde at lhe Col lege of liiclinicinil, in Ji'0erx,n coiiniy. . He then went Id the Statu of Kentucky, where he ipent ii bout u jenr ill leaeliint;. Alter his return ha roa-t:u it'll his ttmlies in Krnnklin College, t ew Aihcns, until Iibi lull. H wtia taken uinler th cure ul' the I'mrhriery nf St. Cliiirsvllle. nf n eiin- liifatu lor tho Goiwl Ministry, timl ultendeil tho . wi-Biern i iiuni.igic.ii scm nury ihsi winter. ''h"m lhe "' P ''1 ,,e hiieel tu lenv.. I." ,T "cc"".nl "I U,,-Ht' ""d he- tl iitol. t,. be tv,.i,.,;,l i.,.r ..r n ii..i ,..,. m '" !" "I."t ! " ghiy t.u.l hi, n.;.l w.iliilfrtil nuirh. Uf'lnre hi ilcntt . hnMf trer. he ,,,. ,., I11Blll ,, , in,mvt w, ; .,. poBH88iii f nil hit immml fnffnliiei. On these "wnsinns he wits pi TiVmly sensible ol hi.i imiitli- i 'pr-tM-il "ill conlnlmceiii luVSnviimr. ihil"' prnii'l fnir. hml he lived, lo be :i uteml nn.1 iievmeil nmhtissiiilor of t hrift: bm it piented the l,rti to order otherwise, mnl whin i the t'liun h'a I iisn iuilounilens hiBjiiin. NEW ADVERTSEEMENTS. For Sale or Rent. THE eubsoriher will tell or rent the Property now 1 oocnpii'd by. Mr. John Si. nionton, Ritiititeri in Me elniiiicfville. nhotit 1 m If it mile wen ol There tire aix Iota, till in excellent nrilit:- tow' tlwelling hottae mill one hop. which, with SiM.iNTnN. now living on the xeiiiiica, or to the l,....l,.Af:n,..l IIAVIL't ftilt tllirv uniluftineil, teptS-at New Hagerstown Academy. ON Weilni'gilny the a4th of September, the rtiinniil KxMininiiiiona will Hike pluce in thia Int-titiiiion. unii on 1 hurnltiy the 35th the usual Exhibition. Rv. K. DROWN, aept3-if Piesiilenl of the Doiird. LOOK IIEltH! Cheap Cash and Produce Store t A. F . M00RE, V'TTOULO reapeulfnlly niilionnce tu the citi- V V ' zi ns of Ciidiz, mill the aurroiintlint coun try, I hit t ho hits opened out, in the store-room laidy occupied by John M'Cormick, u large uutt heumiful atoutt of aeiiaoiiithle DRY GOOD m, which he enn find will sell cnturea. Ihnn any hnllta in '1I.' Ililft'Tll till !. ...'.II. bonatlng imd ihoa who nre liidouhta to tha truth ol it, ahouhl mil and see for ihemaelves. , !lc. n lh principle of NO TKUST, and . ,bw w ,l,e oTb r'i'b hMP' Dr ,h8 heat nm1'hen1.ei''iiiwi.i .... h.Mi. I J , ! . ' XiOtlCO to all Concerned. IrTVlR'ruhscriber Would an) to lhe gentleman L-- ho .circulated the report, ihm I left my 1 ntine up nil mem without dreMinr, after it ,., .'..i... i.. t. k.- .i .!..-1 1. -.ir trouble he bad better mind his own business in future. ' nm "nold botcher, ami aow my business better, anil ihoan who nnlronize nie ruar reat as sured that I will give Ihem jul til good went us they enn get anywhere else. sep3 4t ROBERT HOLMES. FIIIST ARRIVAL! Fall and Winter Good! t ! . , . , MTADDEN, ARE receiving tin exienaive stock of Full unit Winter Ooods, confining of Fireigit und Pomestio Goods, on retimed recently in lhe En st ern Citiei The people are .invited lo cull unit eintiiine iheir to-k, for they are dstonnined la continue on, as Ihey ever huve done, to soli their Goods on fnir terms. sep3 3 PIECES blnok Silk, suitable for drestes.Maa tillas and Visett, josl iecei?i:d nl sep3 j. & H. M'FAPDEH'a. 3 PIECES blnck silk Laoei 3 pieces black rilk Fringe) Oemi-blnck Hire Veils; Cn pea, Collars, AVo., Ac;, ep3 8. Sc for sel by 11. M'FADDEI. GOVERLBT YARN.4, Curpet chain, family nil oominoS Ontu'iif fur sale low by ' sep3 . a. at n. mta UUUl. THRESH TEAS, prime Rio Coffee, prime Mail. I' der and fndifo. crashed and loaf Hugnrsj a full siippl) jnsl received and for sale by LEATHER. 1.000 Ihs. Spanish SoU Lsaibes, also Tanners Oil, in store and for an le by . sep3 8. It H. M'FADDEI M'KEE it loberlsoH's superior Persia n Cloih, Blnnkeu. Flunnels, Cnaslnetts ai d Yam., n large stock of these desirable good" roixMttiljr on hand and (or sale by srP3 7 8. tt II. M'FADDEW. ills i mi.!. -one S. & H.