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y I '..US ii G1LKS, EDITORS. VI.ONLiLiAV Mi KM! G mmUmmMu Olllll. i.PTF.MBCIt 10 1 - Till Or AltYlSTUISO. ,'"01 a ln column, (o: VI ) - ' I 4th Qtiliiuii, (imefuwij - - fimit', . ..irts jei.r) - - ' I f 13 hint. .r les, (three tMeri x') ' l ' lit - (one itiwt'tionj Fl eec'i ml .litinnul inwiti, ' - Frl3li,i.t. DCHXESt CARDS. f hi., (one year)' -r.iiith) f.0 . IA0 - Vc - - 86 - f 3 00 - ?.0U tainel by whig leaders for those whose lot in lift? requires them to earn their bread I br the swsat of their brow. The editor of the Palladium, in Dialing this article the leadt-r inTiis"pper of the above date, exhi bits a boldness nud honesty which scorn the fhvpocrisy'fhattoo frequently conceals the true sentiments of his party leaders from the !nnV.i; ir.-jri. Tt will ho sin that he frnnklv JSeaben.yood, of Cavaho?a county f - fa , doctrine that men d in the PiIJ:ilA.TIC TICKET. J . . L -: w FOIl GOVERNOR: Genuine Specimen of old Fashion-' M.'P. Church Appointments ed Federalism. j The followirgVrf tbeappwntnen of the Tl;. funoin?.rue!e.DDaredinth.y8w 'preachers of the Muskingum Annual Con- Lisbon -WeU-n, Palladium of the 14th 'fcreict'ef M.F. Church for the ensuing August, just as it is copied bolow, except that Jw: .v w-l President Israel' Thrap. , . , . 1 , , . i Steubenville stauon lob supplied; D. ' Dorsey supernumerary asssisUnt. Patriot, as a proof of the true feeling enter- j Youngstown Wm. Remsburgh. r n.TTrMVi 'AiTrn vad. I a-ii i,' tt, I I ,v pursuits Which he alludes, should be ex- William Medill, r airraid county. , nuuu. , J jduJed f,om the humbler as well as the more QfaS P. Sanny, Trumbull County, -importaut grade of office. lie thinks that Vm-fl faMill. II:T..ilm.. " j msn wlv3 ;havc been eating and living ' by menial labor are in danger of making "AS SES" of ' themselves, and disgusting the "GEXTEEXj PORTION of society," when dicy are placed in position of public trust! John A- Convin, Champaign Thfcfc W. hartley, RicuJan? Allen G: Thurman, Uokr . l ciVBTlUV STATE- Wm. Trevitt, of Franklin county."11 is c very language of the article itself ' - ACDITOROF STATE: ' ' and its bold utterance at this period in our .Wm. D. Morgan, Colli rnhtana CO. poluieal history, proves that modern Whigge - - -8T AT & TREASURER: ry is only another name for the oldfashion John G. Breslin.'of Senaca COUtltV. td Federalism which impelled Harbison 3 ATTORNEY CEyER'AX-i IGrat Otis to proclaim, near three quarters' Zanesville M. Scott, G. W. Hissey; C. Geora-e E. Vag Hamilton county. of(l- centul.v a,,0( that Furmcr tms m a. Springer supernumerary assistant. f 1 ' BO"ARD OF PUBLIC WORKS : i Uf (() make fawf (han a UacksmUh to repair a Alexander P. Miller, Butler county wtfhr But we submit the article tothe tJ. W. Manypenny, altiskingum CO. fiiitllflll Kn of every workingman in the 'James B. Steedman, Lucas count . State barelj. adtim that to avoid all pretext ; for a charge of garbling, it is copied at full Zanesvilk C. Gray. New Lisbon To be supplied. . Wellsville To be supp lied. Vienna' circitit Wm. Koss. Burton J. A. Snead. Wayne W. W. Tipton. Warrensville P. Kinsley. Granger C. J. Sears. Bellview N. Linder,' one to be supplied. Thompson J. K. Duffy. Tiffin R. Andrew, one to be supplied. Fremont A.' Abbott.' Bucyrus C. A. Wright. Dclcware J. Jact. '' ! Frederick -D. Kinney, J. Warwick. Mt. Vernon W. Marshall, one to be sup plied. Mt. Zion A. S. Robinson. Leesbiirgh S. Lancaster, one to be sup plied. ' ' Pleasant Hill II. T. Liwson. Mt. Pleasant J. W. Case, one to be sup. plied. . Coshocton J. Nichols, J. Biddispn. Tuscarawas W. J. Holland;' P. Jnskeep supernumerary assistant. Newark T. Potter, C. Baldwin. Otsego S. Gee A Whig Calculation. We Copt the following whia calculation,! savs the Statesman, from Uie Diyton GatetU? Ve copy this into our paper for every Dem ocrat to read. We do not make the correc tions tfiat we might make, for every Demo crat! can make it for himself. This calcu lation of the whig Gaxette appears in beauti ful harmony witU the cry of the Whigs beore the adoption of the New Constitution! Then it was 'all Democratic, now it is Whig by their own showing. A pretty mess of ho- ttt politics they make of it. The people will however attend to them on the 2nd Tusday of October next. From the Dayton Gazette. First Decennial Apportionment Below'we give the apportionment of Rep resentatives fixed by the New Constitution of Ohio. From this it wilt be seen that the NEWS j7 THE jLAST MAUS. - J. D. WestcotL forrayly U. S. Sen ator from Florida, denies that he fia any- tuing W ao witn uie ureer uu jyjyf correspondence in the New ork Ilcrald. The Editor of the Iowa Statesman says in a late paper: "Not much editorial this week can't help it -another bouncing big Borin this shanty only happens once a rear I" fort, third Svb-divUion ofihem dUirkt, h& wUll(!ut omW of R ?orJ:" (Thomas L. Jewett, J cfl',,t s n conn'y i Democratic County Ticket. For Representative, JOHN DOWNING, of Athens. " For Probate 'Jadgi',' ' ' T BRICE W. VEERS; of North. -'-For Vttrk)f the: Court," CHARGES PATTERSON, of Cadi. 1 ' For Prosemting Attorney, LEWIS LEWTON, of Cadiz. For Vreantrer, DAVID HILBERT, of Cadiz. For Sheriff', JAMES CADT, of Cadiz. For Commissioner, WILLIAM MOORE, of Moorefield. ' For Coroner, E. CON AWAY", of Franklin. ' For Director of the County Infirmary, JOHN ROSS, of Archer. 1 Kriini Hit? .New Lisbon Pall.-idtiim. (wliij.) Men out of their spheres. Morrnville W. L. Baldwin. Pennville O. V. Warren. " Columbia S. Catlin. Portsmouth S. Aiken, E. Goudy Lancaster A. R. Brown. Pisgahi J. S. Thtap, S. Biddison yVoods'ficld J. H. Frees. BcMtcmt G. M. Scott. Geo'fietown John Baker. Cambridge W. Munhall, one to be sup plied. Salt Creek To be supplied. Cadiz Mission John' Burns. Circleville J. H. Hamilton. Sicubenville E. A. Brindley. Left in the hands of the President W, Hatfield, T. B. Cushman, J. Hamby, D. B The Capitol City Fact, at Columbus, Ohio, states that Mr. G. A. B. Lazell, a prin ter in that office, has, by the recent discov ery of a will', made some fort years ago, become entitled to the fee, after a life estate, in landed estates in Qhio and Massachusetts, worth equal to 875,000 Tor' 8 100,000. Among the last novelties is an elee- Uie , . . -v.rtV.: f. lia n.rktotinn nf Tiprsnn numher varies at tlie different sessions of the ' 1 ,. . ' w.n v,ra at from 85 to 110. The Should a highwayman collar you, uie appii lowest number will be in 1C52, and the cation of the hand to the vest pocket, instant- Jiigliesl in J85C. , The regular biennial ses- j generates a stream of electricity, which s.ons ot the ueucrai Assemo.y ui iaii upon knQckg him int0 ft cocked hat the even vears. k52. '54, '56, '58, and '60. , The terms of our United States Senators ex- j Judge Allen remarked at Worcester, pire on'the 4th of March of the odd years, t t he not won,ier at the number of 55 and '57. Consequently uir successors fe ined subscription nomina- mVwthfl pW.ted one vear before hand, in 'o4 . . r iWA kr In '54. the whole number of Rep- tion, as it must be a luxury to iioston mer resentatives is 95, Senators 35.'' In '56 the chants to see a Webster subscription, on whole number o ttepresentauves is nu, which nothing was askea except their names Senators 35. What the political complex- ' inn of these sessions will be time only can ' The assassin of Evangehsti, at Rome, . . . -P - 1 1. devekme. is saia to ue a woman oi uie peopie, who, i" -V 1 t 1 A - . . .. . ... . - The new county ot ixooie aoes nui appear having obtained from him the liberation ol in the list. It was organized alter the um- , . , . f , t fo . C- . r nrill ttAU itf Nona. ' i Stuuon ws .ra eu, r the first opportunity of killing- the author of tors ana lU'preseuiu'co mtu mc vuuuvn.o n from which its territory and population were her dishonor. taken: ' Nittnn?- has-decided that there are spheres Dorsey, ir., J. Welch for every class' tf creatures. The man of i Left without appointments in consequen liont)r-aud goodufsslias liis-sphere, and he of of ill health W. Dulin'', J. Burnet. lowly catling and degradation has liis 'Hls'6; Left without an appointment at their and whenever an individual of meager abili- 'owH'reqnest G Clancy, J. Dorcas, Z. Ra ties and narrow mind, is taken from his prop-' nan. J. S. Vansant, W. S. Sears. er walk in life, and placed in a more exalted i Superannuated A. Ti L'raey, G. Waddle, position one tor which he is totally untu J. Wilson, T. ioster, U. Ktchardson ne partakes more ot the laekass and hvena than any other animal we know of. ungentlumanH', uncorteous, stubborn, devoid of gdod breeding, ahd' repulsive td'every'one of refined taste and gentlemanly bearing. ' . TaVit" Incfunr(j iat-o a ItiaA IT-lln lac lo..r jDcmocratxcSpnatoriaiponyention EARf-im ms UnxQ by means of what some - Thy'temocrafic Senatorial' Convention, Qrm "low and menial labor," nA place 'him f.vr life AuntScS if Bernicmt and Harrison, m nuiKority, and look to the result ee fi'tnt A'.ill'meettn Uniontown, MONDAY, the 15th AX ASS he icillmake of himself hov absb- M.iyof September, at 12 o'clock, M., for the ulely obnoxious to the more genteel pou- 'j.urpope of nominating a candidate for State iTi0!;"0F societt. He" has seine enough to J. enator. " ' lfnow'lliUt he' possesses a little authority, but ' '' T" Order. now to direct bim how to use it. He be ,7f 7- .- comes inflated and imagines himself the Pros Messrs Editors ovt will please announce . . . ,. i.: iV r? f u nlent of this glorious Union, and no one who Ati.. G. Pkppard. Esct., of Harrison county , . . . , , '. ..... . . , ai o . e ..i a-J expects to be treated civilly, dare dictate or a citidi latc for State Senate, for the dis- . . , -" . .. f t i . j interrogate him as to this or that. He struts ;tnct composed of the con ties of Belmont and , , f f '11 unson. nubicct to the decision ot-the vc l:. ..'j.... C. T. Kincrsbu'ry transferred to the Illinois tie is i Conference. " ' ' ' B. S. Ijioaglapd transferred to the Alabama conference. Dorsey transferred to the Pjttsburgh conieience. noeratio IhsWict Conyentioft: - t ' HARRISON COUNTY. ' ,St. Clairsville Gazette' please copy. COCXTIES. Adams, Allen, Athens, Auglaize, Ashtabula, Ashland, Brown, ' Sutler, Belmont, Carrol, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Crawford, Coshocton, Clermont, Columbiana, Cuyahoga, Darke, Delaware, Erie, ' ' Franklin, Fayette, Fairfield, Gallia,' Green, Guernsey, Hamilton, Hancock, Harrison, Hocking, Holmes-, ITT 1 VTirrT- T ;ttn1.T nt l.'ij ..ffti.n . 7 i i. l "'it in bast, if we may term it so. a btv between 1G -and 17 years ot ai(e, to , . , . , ?,arn the printing business. One from the Country vwiild be preferred. . . ' - Democrats of H rrieon County, inr nil ttie while that his own conduct towards thORc'bver whom he had a little pow er, denotes the prcte a'head devoid of sense a genuine addle-pated lump' of 'flesh, an imbodimentof ignorance anddisgustinrbom- We write now for the benefit of those who hold offices of the lowest order stations that respectable men would scorn to accept. Hence the cause of them being filled by those who have not positively sense enough to discharge their duty equally towards all men. They have neither mind nor judgment ot their Own, and consequently are nothing' more' than working machines for those over them! Much jtarWe claim the indulgence of those of our patrons, who desire miscellaneous r.-vd'.n- We pro now in the midst of an else, however, cannot be expected from such .J'..T. : tuMt lmnnr. individuals; and the only remedy1 that Ve ..p.., ton .is- . -i ean sug(fest is tokeep allsmhpersbm-buCof - ntr unit nas occurreu siucb me toimau.. - If a niiin does not know himself, he mf state. This being t'ie' case, it is a duty certainly is incompetent to use authority over 'i icumbent on Was'th editors of a Demo- others; and therefore should remain in. his .atic paper, to watch our opponents, and to own sphere. It. is positively astonishing and . 1 ' ' , ' , ( . . : disgusting to hear and see how these men .nni-mairrm wnen mey umpt - Jrtake us.- pf their ,iulei brief authority. Ssde the rights of the people. We shall do Fr0m itll' such, sensible men should keep - "il?!s faithfully! In the mean time we shall aloof. :l " ' -ire you plenty of interesting news. So bear TtT f j) T7" T 1J H 11 f 1? AT f 'wKh tis'untiTthe'electjon is pver. H U i I lVll IT Jjl1jll t vZT. ...:...i - n n ' ' -; - , ' the prospectus cf the seventh voluaje of this Templars' Celebration. The members of Smithfield Temple, No 41, Cadiz Temple No. 56 and Harnsville Temple No. 57, had a very pleasant celebra tion in Harrisville, on Wednesday, the 3rd iust. The extreme heat of the weather, pre vented many from joining in the processjon consequently it was not as large it other wise would have bepn- The procession looked well. After marching through the town, the procession repaired to the Methodist P. Church, An appropriate prayer was offer ed by the Chaplain, when H. B. Ambler, Esq., G W. T., of Ohio, was introduced to tho anrMflnnp TTiq nrlrlresa Wiis nnp nf the best we ever listened to, and we have n0!jpjjn' doubt will do muoh good. He gave a brief, Mahonin"-, Miami, Monroe, Morgan, Highland, nurou. Jefferson, Knox, Lake', Lawrence, Logan, ' ' ' Lorain, Licking, Madisqn, Marion, " Meigs, Muskingum, Montgomery, Perry, Pickaway, history of the order, and reviewed in a mas terly manner the obiectious urged. address being concluded, the mem bers returned to their hall and dismissed. ' There was one feature in the procession which called forth the admiration 'of the citi zens universally, and that was the Ladies 'ke, composing the Social Degree, clothed ?P , pCrUl'o the beautiful regalia of that degree. This 'p,oss ' was the crowning feature, and establishes an Richland, imnnrlant fact that the Ladies ean Tceen ' Stark, secretsf i Scioto The Cadiz Brass Band, on this occasion ggjjj fully sustained their well earned leputatibn, 1 Senaca' '52 2 1 '54 '56 1 1 1 1 2 '58 1 1 1 1 2 FKOMCUBA! Arrival of .the CiucinnatiGreat Battle General Enna Mortajly Wounded, &c , c. New Orleans, September 5. ; We have receive by tlie Cincinnati, the followinr. " A battle was fought on the coffee plant tations formerly owned by Gen. Lope'wife The spani!h troops were arawn up in i columns, and at first refused to advance on the patriot, who lined the tencet in tne vi- irihitv. Uen. tnna there toon thirty azaraos anu charged uiion ilie patriots, who succeeded in killing every one of their assailants, with the exception of an aid-de-camp, in the charge Gen. Enna was mortally wounuea. After the fall of Gen. Enna, Gen. Rosa les collected together five hundred of the Spanish troops and fled, leaving seventy wounueci unun me ueiu ui muuu. " GFen;. Rosales 'was to be superseded for cowardice by Gen. Pavis ofMatanzas. Further details from Cuba. ' Baltimore, Sept. 5. The Savannah papers received this even ing brings full details of the news from Cuba by the schooner Merchant. It appears that General Enna, was killed in the battle qn the 17th at uaramooia. nis For li.t rminl aaj Fire. Proceeding cf the Harrison Co. Sockty; CABfZ, August JJ5th, 1851. The Harrison County Bibje Bocietr met in the Presbyterian Church, and th,e Presi dent berg absent John Davis, one of the Vice Presidntf presjd. The meeting was opened with prayer 17 the Rer. Mr. Graham, Agent of the American Bible So ciety. ' f The Committee aDDointed to report offi-. cers for the ensuing year, made the following report, which was 'adopted, and the o(Scer accordingly elected, viz : Rey. yames Kerr, President; Vice Presidents, Rep. Ujtchell, , Jurns, Wilson, Doeg and Davis, Mr. John Davis, Matthew M'Coy, Wllira Tingley, 1 Chauncey Dewey, Robert M'CulIough, and Samuel M'Fadden; Secretary, J. P. Wood, Treasurer, E. Ly9.ns ; pepository, V'illianr Shotwell ; Auditor, Alex. F. Moore ti Resolved, That we will endeavor to raise funds by the 1st day of December, to liqui- date our indebtedness to the American Bible ociety, and supply our Depository with a iarger variety of books. Resolved, That the Holy Bible teaches the k . , x :.. ,qq a poor emigrant complains in uie 1 d Philadelphia Sun, that a well known citizen, d who holds a very high office in the Emi w grant's Friends Society, owes him fifty dol- Harrison county Valuable piper, the first number of which ic "uu w" a"u U1UJS13 "om '"''g Vill be ixsued on the 20th of September, "ight-ye who by the stern decree of fickle This paper U of interest to all classes, but to fortune, are pompelled by the sweat of your mechanics and inventors ii is invaluable, o w T, is r.l,li;,hed bvMuhn & Co.; No? 125, tlie infamous sentiments uttered by the Wes J'ulton street, New York, at $2,00 per year; tern Palladium, a WHIG paper, published at for six months. . New Lisbon, phjo. , ,. ,t ! Just before the election injure last, the lsTr.n:.vrioN..L AiAGAiN-i. tne ocpu. e(ijtor 0ftiic cadiz Republican, copied into his pnpe;a flaming article, written by this Bump pHitnr of tlin Palladium. ur'tincHJiftnon- Uie enxrpri.ini publishers, are determined . to orpose tje Constiution, It jlrtt nothing shall be wanting, on their part d. cap.tas to ninLter o the minds of an enlightened We hftve obections to tl)ftt if what puouci ana we iiuhk u,u u.. this whig editor said then was orthodox-if j,as been urn vcrsa, acknowledges ue .a thcnctiuld be re-asserted ..onlenLivf this number embrace many yal- ad nableornal arUelpstroo some o, our 8lB. nam au'i ois, wiub. wllig d5ctriil(J nciw c t -s-J i' : : - s- , .p.... . and as musicians stand f U I1IU11, l WncV.ino-ff.n .. u.....&. , Wayne, Warren, Jackson, ) 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 T 1 i l l J 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 J 2 i p y 1 1 2 8 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 t 2 1 i i i 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 ? 1 2 8 1 1 1 I 1 1 2 2 j 1 1 1 2 1 I 1 1 f 2 3 2 2 1 i l l l 2 2 1 1 i i l 2 1 1 i u i I 11 1 .. Ttfil. t . j iars, lor nara laoor. ii mis De so, u is uis- graceful, and shojys that tl)j cloak of hypoc- 1 b risy is not yet worn out. 1 d w I Miss Hunt, a young lady of St. Lou- 1 w is, being about to visit Europe, has made 1 w several magnificent donations to the Roman ' w Catholic Church, of which she is a member, 1 W . . . P ... nnn Among tnem is uie giu oi a iou worm jjzv, 000, to the Archbishop, for the erection of a Cathedral, and another lot for tbp establish ment of a community of Sisters of the Good Shepherd. t uie l fill i vai ixiuwin. iu. . . . , . . - , . . , . body was sent by Lopez, with a flag of truce f-v ; 7 , to the Spanish camp. Tlie "whole city of , moral and religious character of the human Havanna turned out to his funeral! family can pe elevated, and that its influence Lopez's original army consisted qf six ja"essential to the happiness of man, in alj companies of infantry, three j of artillery, one relations of life- ' of Cuban patriots, one of Hungarians, and: ' - j.ir one of Germans. Total 400. . Bend. That we rec.ommend the formar '' The Spanish officers were dismayed at the tion of Township Societies, auxiliary to the -rapid firing of the Americans, who are said County Society." to have fired four times to the Spaniards j Resohei, That all the Ministers in the TRtron" feeW cf indication is said to county be requested to preach to their peo: " exist on'the part of tlie 'pjrw'ans at Ha- pie on the value and importance of the Bible, : vanna against Mr.' Consul Owen. ' " ' , an4 tp take up collections in their respective ' The Savannah News states that is ip &?; COnn-rerrations to aid the cause, previous to mitted by Spaniards, that the army under lst of Decerab' r nt; f Lopez is rapidly increasing, and tiiat the . . Creoles were greatly elated! B. Tbat the President, Secretaries;,. One hundred guns were fired at Savannah and Treasurer be a Committee to appoint the. qi the receipt of this news. j time and place of the next meeting of the Sail ftCW$ frOBIl Cllba !!Societ andthe Kerr be requested to, . preach a sermon on the subject at that time. T 1 r pn 1 T7"IAT I Resolved, That the Rev. Kerr, Rev. Burns, LUr WjL 1 AlvliiiN .8uu.totoih;. And executed and the Patriot ar- F'c,c on 0I? .u!!fJ!?l!5 ! my dispersed-The Creoles de-8UU" u ' - i , . . cxDeciient r- serted him, ancj when captured That &e Coramittee he was alone and Wounded. l?uthorized t0 makc ft donation of one dozeh 5 IB K1TJ.KD 4"3G IN PRISON- 100 TO ot liiDius to each oaDDatn ocnooi in r . - . . i " 7 . . i 71 . 7 I 't-. S-.. I, I. .1. .,,w..,Il. rOn Saturday last, K. M'UormicI, a' BE SENT TO AFRICA stove merchant of Greensburgh, had his an cle and the lower part of his leg seriously in 1 d jured, 1 w attempting to jump from the wagon he be- triotS( an(i ti,e execution of Gen. Lopez. ' ' came entangled in the lines, and was thrown He was publicly garotted on the 29th ult down and dragged some distance. 2 w 1 w 1 w 1 p 2 w 1 w I The steamship Cherokee, direct from Ha- ....nn.i n....if.)l .. f Muw Hi'lano nn till 4r,ll. His horsts started to run off, and in gho b;ii)rrs us newg of the failu).e f tjie pa: Resolved. That the Sabbath Schools be requested to make a contribution in belialf of the Bible cause, at some time previous to the 1st of December next. " j Resolved, Tliat the proceedings of this meeting be published in the papers of this town. The meeting adjourned to meet at the call at II..vannu , 1 The minishment of the aarotte is described P' me oecreiarj . - ' ; ' JOHN DAVIS, President, o The publisher of the vy arsaw Vy est- fts nlacinnr the victim in an easy chair, crimp w ern New Yorker, acjtnqwlgdges the receipt ing his limbs, placing an iron band round 9 nc.i,,i'nfl'r maAn frnm w wl,ot ' tlie iieck, and pressing a screw until the ' Ul lb 1(1111 W KUllkl IIIUUV 11V II II I1VIVUJ : i. :.. t i w paper of baking powder, two chickens and a who witnesse(l his execution, 2 w kitten. IIeisjuslcommcncingtokeephou.se. state tau ,,e ende(i his jf0 manfully. I 1 ' m , , . j , ! The failure of the expedition is attributed i ' To make money plenty and cheap, , ... . . Ar ....: , . ,m ! p , , , F to the snpe ration of Col. Ciittenden s com- 1 w has been the study of statesmen the jast mand from 'the mainbody upder Lope?. 1 w ten centuries, and yet when a counterfeiter The Patriots are stated to have deserted ' w steps in and shoy3' them how it js done, he Lopez and fled to the Mountains. ? is bundled off to State' Prison for a dozen' Just previous to the capture of Lopez, he J. P. yQqD, Secretary. P ' , i bad nut thirty remaining followers, and they w yeaw or more. What an ungrateiul world finajy esertd hir0i s0 that he had not one wi Professor Shepherd writes that in remaining friend. " " w ... . , . , . He wandered alone for some time, and P one valley 0f Cal,forma 116 fUnd 'er.frty ' was finally run down by blood hounds. His rincrs which were over one hundred de- , . . OO-Thanks to our friends in the country ' , for the new subscribers they have sent us. 4 during the last few weeks. Our list keeps j steadily increasing. 'We have now near -three hundred new names, but we want a few more yet. Democrats, now is the time to circulate the. documents. Send in your, names, pyery bo ly. . . . . NEW ADVEREEMENTST";; spr d grces Fahrenheit, and in another valley six- ADIEU! DEAR CUBA!'1 2 w teen geysers, or boiling springs, like the fa-! The Spanish accounts state that of the 1 D 0 i Wi,! ' Iwhole number of Patriots landed by the 1 w 3 w 2 w 1 D i w 1 n 1 w 2 w 1 w 1 i belrriuniber of this valuable Magazine is un un.illv interesting. Stringer &. Townscnd, 1 1 1 1 1 1 w 1 w 2 D 2 w 1 w 1 w 1 w 1 w i p f ir i p lliuua unu ill xviai.. . .j.. . . . U'amperoana iromouiei quarieis uuu iiitc -r J. L. Blennp-h.asset, of story and h(8r already been killed and $3$ ars ntqw in toiT, is living in Troy, Lincoln county, Mis- prison'. , , , so'uri. Another son is living in New York ffevious to the daath of Lopez he dccla ... red he had been greatly deceived in regard cltJ: to nromised aid in Cuba. 1 A meeting ot passengers was neiu pp. board the steamer Cherokee, at wlij'ch Gen. Lane of Oregon presided, nnd the tojlowing resolution unanimously passed: Resolved, That Mr. Owen the American Consul at. Havanna, has forfeited every right M. Gasparis, of the Obsqr.yatpry of Naples, ias announced the discovery' by him, on the 29th of July, of yet another 2 n member of that group of small planets re- P i vnlvmnr hpt.wppn t.lip. nvhita nf Mara ftnrl .Tiint- tor' It has the appearance of a star of fbe M title to be regarded as an American cit 1 1 P 1 D 1 P 1 P 1 Remember LABORING MEN OF HAR. (KM ha m.Kra ot Ila county RISOjN cOUNTY--thesemenopposed giy in, ."Hentinel & Farmer." coes into the mg you the pnvtlege of elect.ng your own Ponfeslln hich spirits, and we hope its efforts state and county officers thus proving that -tor- the e'ectim..uf the Democratic ticket in .i,e leadera of the Whiff nartv are that coyoty may be crowned with success. tat wrrmr 'The .bovo wLlIpthl;lastGuernse? ?PP0S0d to letting POOR MEN Jcfft ronian, rnd is one of the many compTi-1 enjoy the privilege of VOTING 1 'mentary notices, which lias come tinder our And yet 'they wo 13 lAve J-ou support the Observation, in reference to the Democratic Whig ticket this fall; illyou-i-cafiyouso far lieket And, brother Wagstaff, the compli- forget your own rights' as to give your aup- fnfent is not unoWiired, for IT IS A GLO-,port to a set of men, who endorse such inta- wiiich', if tie mous doctrines. You nave it in your powei and arave full satisfaction to all. The mem- Summit, hera of this band are trentlemanlv. and all Trumbull, strictly temperate. equal to any company in this region The Young Democracy. Young Democrats of " Harrison County, much depends on you in the present strug" f Vinton, gle between the the inends ot democracy f,iicas, and their ancient enemies, the Federalists tonJ or Whig party. Your power when properly jiardmi ' put forth, is irresistable. And With the Mercer, Licking Herald, we say to you, off with your Vanwert, coats and go to work and keep at it wea- Paulding, ry not rest not until you have won a glo '..,,. ' m, . . , I Williams, rious victory. There are men on that ticket putnam who are of yourselves young men. There Henry, is CORWIN and MORGAN, BRESLIN ' Ottawa, and PUGlj, ajl young men and you wilL Wo1c' honor yourselves in doing them honor? Friends of the New Constitution friends i w whV. of reform if you would have the labor of i ',. years frittered away go to work AND 'J Secure the shadow, ere the BUD; ninth or tenth magnitude. This is the fifth small planet discovered by him. Two of the senior Bishops of the Methqdjst Church at the North, are lying very sick, with b,ut faint hopes of recovery. Bishop Hedding is represented by a corres pondent of the Christian Advoqate, as very weak, but cheerful, humble, apd sjnjple in planners, according to the primitive pattern of Methodist Bishops. Bishop Hamljne is also very feeble, and expected to survive but a short time. His state of mind is what would be expected qf him perfect peace. The Hon. Levi Woodbury died at his residence a few days ago. 95 95 KlO D--dem6craf. 106 103 dovtbtful. KEEP AT V0HK. ' "Talk with your neigh borsadvise with' them encourage them. stance fades." This is advice that is good, and shouid be . rt m T . . "1 , XT ff. 'TM? 1T 4 Tff.TT' AUii v a, m yf- itw adopted by every one wno has a wife, sister. FUL. AND A GLORIOUS .IT01TS TtCTAKrarl one nAnnPrn.--- 'do their duty this fall, will be triunipbartlv fleeted". '"' ' ,sVGalphiniam. ". One of inrr cxcbanges.says,..that wien To-U Vwisn wis Secretary of the Interior'. ','" L innin namesake or"' relatives who "nrofessed tq. .liavO an old "claim against the ijoVWiiuvfit f S4.253.S1.'' Xhw claim was .,,rn-f-f.rl Intfl S32.02C..'6'1. as follows,' and j , , ..... "i i.V 1,1m ... S4.25G31 V t to Dee. IB. 1323 ' 10,335 C3 a r.m Dec.: 1 823.' to Jan. ' ,',rv) I J . J.- - 19,382 50 "' nM-i.nip-.undiiigihteiest Very nice ' i ii-nv W'hi;.T fwrvlxrwto do tip -. .i-. it Vrtt-hinitiw.?'?. - , ; V'" V power to assert yourindependerice. Do so by VO TpfO THE DEMOCRATIC flCKET! We sljalli refer to this again, when we will give a few more extracts, showing what theWhig leaders think of the laboring clas ses, In tne mean time show this to your Whig neighbor. Tho New Philadelphia Clique ' ' . Triumphant John A. Bingham, late of Cincinnati, wag nominated by the whig Judicial Convention, which trwt in this place ou last Friday, 'as their candidate few District J udge. Ilirraw for the Imported Candidate! ' ' jrsrOur market reports are full and ac curate. ve conect them every wecK. AWAITS YOU. Never was there a political contest in Ohio in which the young Democracy had so favorable an opportunity to distinguish them selves and win unfading laurels, ft the one which has just commenced. YOUNG DE MOCRATS OF HARRISON COUNT Y PREP ATtE roit ACTION CLOSE YOUR RANKS-and on election day, give ''Ja ong - J.'.-.11 11 TU!!l.nl.'' pun, n strung pun, nuu r yu.ii aiMigoMiu., BY VOTING THE WHOLE DEMO CRATIC TICKET. -' ' Complimentary, Pay your debts everybody.- Wheeling Gazette. .'Everybody" will if you will only give 'em time pay the "debtor nature. tu- btnvilh Ileruld, . ' And when thev do iome will fill a hole and some- a line.. Bo' carefuf you 'are hot among the lattef. Wheeling (Jateltt. " " , iarSoisaP" " '"' OrMcn and women liare become extinct; they died about sixty years ago, and left no heirs. Ladie$ and gtitilemtn have usurped t'h'eir places. ', ' PROCLAMATION iS HF.RF.HY ii.aile in nil llieiii;,l,fieil votermf.'; iliif rmori County, tlrtt n Gi-ncinl Election wil ,e Imlil, n riquirid liy Inw, nn the t'ourlrmth Uay nf Ucivber tiext, vl. JJ., I85lt nl tlm ratal lit f (iliicis of lin It) i n jr eleclinnii in rni.t iiiiiiitv. hicli time the following n0icir are tube cl.o u, IO H jt ' ' ,. . ' Oi, Governor. '' ' One Lit'titcniiiit liovprnijr. , One Seuictury of fitiite. One Attorney Uener'itt, ' " ' Outs Auditor of State. ; " One TreMsnrer ol Suite. f Pjpe ;iii'n,b..r of ihp Board of public Worki for. thrit years. .. '. One meibberof the lioerJ of l ublic WorUi for two years. . " One inembcr ol t'ie Bourd of Public Works fot one year. t ,, Five Jiiflges for the Supreme Tourt . One District Jn.lee for the Third SubdiV'tion $ izen, that he has forfeited every sentiment oi t,e Eighth Di3irict. , . , county of Belmont. i; l One RepreseniHtive. . . -, Death is' at ail times' stalking abroad, and ere we are aware of it, a near and dear friend is stricken down. And under such circum stance, do we not highly prue a gift or me mento left by them. But is not a picture, taken by some master Jian, and displaying with truth and fervency tho tace of those whose memory we love to cherish. J. P. Johnsqn, is one that can give you a correct Daugucrreotype likeness of the human face divine,1 and if any of our oitiiens wish to avail themselves of bis skill, now is time to do so, as he intends leaving town in a few days. He may be found at the Cadiz Ho tel, where specimens may be seen. " '" " . (KrThe married ladieaof Fajrmoijnt, ,K. J., have organized themselves' into an Inde pendent Order of Odd Ladies, in order to be reveifged upon their OddFellowa' husband. Their-LodJe is kepi opsn half an hour lon- . &Wk ateamboat builder in New York, ci ty tallw of building eteamer 400 feet, long that w. peddle 25 miles an hour. Execution of George Pharaoh. On Friday, August 29th, at West Chester, Pa., George Pharaoh suffered the extreme penalty of the law for the murder of Rachel Sharpless, an estimable young school mis tress ot West Uoshen. The condemned man I has lately exhibited much contrition for his crime, and has exhibited every indication of Christian penitence. The execution of Pha raoh took place in the prison yard, nnd none witnessed it except the Sheriff, his jury and deputies, the prison inspectors and other offi cials. In a letter to his mother, written within twenty-four hours of his death, the culprit thus speaks of an interview held in his cell, with the Quaker father of the mur dered. There is something God-like in the forgiveness thus gushing from the parental heart whose pleasant placeshad been so j-uth; lessly made desolate;1 Chester County Prison, Aug. 28. Mr Dkar Mother I feel very sorry that Qia not take our good advice, which you gave me on the 5:0th of last September, to go back to my place and stay my time out, as you' wished me to do.' I started on the 28th of September with the thought in my mind of taking Rachel Sharpless' life for the sake 01 n goiu waicn. - j.nis was wnat A aia 11 tot for nothing tlit ' -. Aaron Sharpless, (the father of Rachel,) came to see me yesterday. ' Be ea"me ' in, and I spoke to him about the murder." He asked me what I did it for. -1 told hint my motive was to get tho watch, v He said: "Thee could have got the watcn' without ac ting lis thee did." I then asked him for his forgiveness'; he said it was a hard thing to gei over, ou,. anr nmuynig minute, ne said, 1 will forgive thee. of humanity, and deserves the execration of every friend of Liberty. Another resolution requests his recall by the American Government, - It is stated also, that Gen- Pragay, had been killed at Pagas. " ' .. Free Soilers, Eead This! i The Richmond Whig, one of Prpsident Fillmore.s official organs, uses the following janoTiaa-e resnectinar Abolitionists. The ed- ! t . . ... . ... . iter ot the Kiclimond vvuig ana tne vvni Harrison county have the same princi and hold to the' same doctrines on aH jectsj and both are wqrking to apcpmplish the same object: It will be seen from the following resolutions adopted by a public meetin some of these misc, One Ptohule Judc Oiie Clc'rk'ot Ihe (Jourf. ' 1 One Pioscnuting Aliorney. . One Sh'eiilT, ' " Oiie TrenWer. . ' t One Commitsioner. 1 ,.1 One Coroner. One Director bf tho Infirmary. . . ; ;;' Anil the Trustee? of tbo eeial 1 ownslilpi m B.id"Couiily. r.e requested to return tothe Clerk of the Court the following mimticr 01 juron,irom , ouof their respeetive Townships, y wu . , Short Creek IQ k rcher, '6 North ' .' pies Greene, i nuipUy, fi JwepMt,;,.-! Kiih. ijerniati, o mouicc..., . - - - . mucin, " .......s. - - . s, f-.ii. a Riniir- 5 M onroe. Of all which noticed (riven purBnt lo Uw- ieplO-tf . of Hiirrimn County. ft flowing resolutions adopted T tttii TATOTT'DTIV' iting-in Wythe county, that , V llkUil JiiW niscTeants have beep at work XJ-L TllP . Z-,i in some parts of South western Virginia. " ' " . , , , The most effectual remedy to be applied is a j KENTUCKY MUTUAL " I I C c I M 5 II R h fi P iau, inen a speeay Bppiiuauuu w M'f rpjv'-I I I' ts i ll V M H " w f would be advisable.-J-icAma(i Ya., Whig. - Virl if 13 A TVT V At Cqtinoton, Ivy. , riHI9 Company tins noltiiil cnpitnl ol" ONR J. HUNDRED THOUSAND 0OI.LAU8. nl it managed by men of the highest integrity W4. reipomibility . . Pnmphlets lurnished, in Brmn tion 'given, l unplicultoni received, tjy "'"'" ' . nrtin t, Medical I'.xnniine 59-The Democrats of Tuscarawas county have nominated the following excellent tick et. We say success to it; Representative, joseph W, Newburgh. of Dover. Probate lidge, James Moffit, of Goshen Clerk, Emerson Goodrich, of Oxford, Sheriff, Dorsey Wilson, of Salem. : Treasurer, John Buthler, of Goshen. Recorder, Simon Bugher, of York. Prosecuting Attorney, William Helmich of Goshen. Commissjoner, George Fernsell, of Law rence.' , ,"7 " Director of County Infirmary, David Eas tertlay, of Sandy. ' gurvpyor Frederick Hines, of Oxford. Push on the Column' ,,, From every part of Ohio, the Democratic State Ticket is well received, and our friends are assured of success, and what is , better, they intend to deserve it. ; , v a i The new Constitution will not pass into the hands of its ene'mies, in order that they may torture its plain provisions to iuit their own sinister views'." Push ira the column and a glorious victory awaita us, (Kylvery Democrat "i IIwrison county; B. F. Bkrklkv, Cndii. Sop l.'i IS YOUR PROPERTY INSURED if not, nleeoitll upon the nniltiigned, ?. who ii Agent for one of the Oldest ( , Moat Kesponsible Companies; IN THE UNITED STATES, PROTECTION , INSURANCExGOi Qtl IIABTFOItD. CONN. , FIRE, INLAND,' & MARIN Si ,;'"4.n:Oj tho most .fovornb'le tefm.l Wt ' tt. W- PV.hlfS, get .il fur Cndii and Harrison oimy. seplO-Im, ft r;f-' Executor's k Notice t . V h'ttt Men dulv auulifted as Eienniot rf ibl ihould take the "Sentinel" Fact. last'wjy ad testument of Martha Maholro. littd of Harrison county rieo'd. r All persons l,sm eTftims anainst ihe fcilato cf tU Tltairi, ir present tham to the itiidersigBd,wilnn one year, for payment; and nil owing said Estate wll rnuUe imoioiliate nnfment to ' ' " ' -i . -- JOHN M. aiCHEY, Iiteto:!;ib teIO-3t , ' f said fcMate. t