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Tri Weekly Cincinnati Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1844, Cincinnati, OhioF ii i tri a a a a inv Ltd go a Cincinnati Gazett volume xviii. Thursday morning August 29, 1844. Printed and publish up by la Hommedieu amp to so. 1 8 main Street East Sid ran Tarn am reran. Edited by . Vlf it turn j. C. Terms of . / weekly invariably in Advance 20� advertising a Fern of Cincinnati. One a quare 12 lion or less one insertion.$0 75 each additional insertion .0 25 a out month wit Hoot alteration. 5 06 a a a i Taffae we proportion. Of Square,6 Nontia without alteration. 15 12 at w 7 59 19 99 Kach additional Square tur c months. 12 a a. One Square 6 months at pleasure. A a 12 a a a a a us each additional Square for 12 Moo Thi. .19 00 two squares 6 a wibe renewable at pleasure. .30 00 Kach additional Square,0 Wohlt on tin inn Ukyo is daily Paw. One Square 3 insertions. 1 59 each additional insertion. 38 Ira Law advertise neut to he considered by the month year unless specified on the manuscript or Previ advertise a Pon Between the parties. Hera not accountable for Legal beyond the amount charged for their publication. Top announcing candidates for offices of every Dea Crip fion to be charged at the rate of on Dollar per week for each name the same to be paid in Advance Tiffi into. A a i a All advert Menta a rent Ura Baierl Persona or mrs to be it i in Advance. 1 advertisements not marked is the copy for s specified number of insertions will he continued until ordered out end payment exacted for accordingly. Set tax ask Tuffe n. York stl1f. Our Renden ret Eaber the secret circular from or. Attorney Genera barter and Sedgwick Redmond and other distinguished Loco Loco loaders in new York advising their friends to support Polk under a mint and no to support any Polk and Texas candidates for Congress. In other words to help elect a Texas president and give i Cong Reaa to Dasent his am Asares the pub Kea Tjon of Ilus document in a measure thwarted the Plana of its authors. We give below the letter which was to hats followed the secret in ruler with the introductory remarks of the n. Even ing Post their Organ. Let it be carefully perused. These gentlemen cannot in conscience support die annexation of Texas yet they will and do sup shape in which h has yet been offered to the ame-1 and denouncing the whigs for stopping Short can Ca the general but we cannot consent to see whig r carried out a that Ever hates elected and whirr policy carried out in government a or still that ewer happen if any efforts of ours can prevent it. Tea great principle of our party were never More firmly footed if the of the Loco Loco redaction. We copy it front the Newark Gazette of the 23d inst. Statement. Gentlemen a in answer to your enquiries i will a that during the session of the last legislature i was in Columbus during a considerable portion of the Winter. I was then a member of the democratic party in Good standing and admitted to the of a a e Tiit pan. Hearts of a majority of the american people than at this moment and if the election can be made to rest on them we shall assuredly prevail. How shall we separate the True is dues from the false How to reconcile theconflict-1 Confidence of the tin pan. I was thereat the Ilig wishes and duties which the error of the Haiti title it was determined by the party to offer the fire convention has created is tie question we amendment which were offered by senator Par be anxiously considered. We see no Means of Ker of your county. The party were then in some ing so but to support the nominations made at i trepidation As to How they should dispose of the Baltimore and at the same time promote the Nom retrenchment Bill offered by your members. They nation of member of Congress opposed to this an feared to oppose retrenchment directly lest it a a a Quot Quot rpm Quot 13�? a a a j �?T---11�?11 1�? a is to the people. A it was amendments should be sedation. The president can do nothing of himself should Render them odious to the people. A it was the two houses Are of a different opinion. To therefore determined that amendments should but this Point then we invite your particular Atten j offered and Jsse by the Senate making such in a a on. You can if you choose does every m Tell Merit Man ,0 la committed to this scheme Thi Ery action of the Baltimore a it in american scheme of adding o Texas extricated the party dominions without even a plausible j eld a e Defeated u next tall indecent haste regardless of treaties Ai advertising in weekly paper one Square. On insertion. �?�1 fit wednesday morning aug. 28, 1844. The second Day. One Day did not Content the whigs of Tennessee for their convention. Another was Given to it and the fire of the spirit burned As brightly Ever. The Banner declares the scene to beggar All description. Randall Hunt of new Orleans spoke on the second Day. His speech is described As an Able one Hill of Good thought and sound argument. But the Man of Tisz Day was governor Iones. He gave Way to the stranger patriots who had visited Tennessee Bat the impulse was so Strong to hear him that he could not decline. And he spoke As the chronicler hath it with convincing Power and third log effect. The Nashville convention Las been a glorious one. The whigs Are joyous and Fuller of deter mined enthusiasm than Ever. They know they can carry Tennessee Bat they Are determined to do it with a swelling voice of Triumph. The u. S. Judicial circuits. The Herald in reply to our remarks upon the organization of the judicial circuits asserts without hesitation a that the business of the nou Riave holding circuits is two fold More than that of the slave holding circuits. No Mandan mors readily verify this feet than the senior editor of t he now we said and the Herald so quoted us that we did not know whether the present circuits approximated to Equality in Point of business. Yet the Herald says we can a readily verify the contrary. If the fact exist that the litigation in the United states courts of the a non slave holding slates i greater than in the slave states and that is shown then we say that Congress ought to re organize the circuits. The increase of business in Mississippi was not instanced by us at ally and the Herald is wrong in leaving the impression that it wus. I a Why is the chief judge of the supreme court a taken always trom a Section where there is least business a a asks the Herald. I such the Fec flit orally or if Section be used to indicate a slave state were John Jay of new York who far Cushing of Massachusetts and Oliver Emsworth of Connecticut from slave sections or sections where there was Little business who Ever objected to John Marshall to a chief Justice on account of the place of his residence who to Taney on such account we do not agree with the Herald that the election of Liberty men will secure Equality for from r. 11 of v. 4 Tolj pledged to in mrdutt Ute consequences the n York plebeian the Organ of soothe Wing re of the real Polk at Wing of the Loco Foco army in remarking upon this manifesto makes the following remarks a z a Ltd we know and so does every intelligent Man in the party that the very action of the balt convention in regard to from a position that would a had the doctrine of the Post prevailed in that mention by voting Down the Resolution to admit Texas at the a Earnest practicable period a he democratic party might As Well Hose disbanded and surrendered our institutions to the hands of our opponents. The Wise deliberation of the convention has in our opinion saved the democracy from a defeat that awaited it under any other Feo urse of procedure. Quot there is no question upon which the party is Mere harmonious than that of acquiring Texas.,. A gtd we have not the least doubt but that �?1�4 Fie i in account of Shipwreck atm suffering from Cap Elthon of gov. Polk this great National measure j Tain Berry of the ship Vicksburg arrived at new a equally counter j equal and severe reductions As would induce the _ a a upon themselves the odium of being oppo elect thirty four members of the lower House of j fed to retrenchment. This course was intended port the Only candidate for president who stands it the tendency to annexation by electing Mem we set i hers of Congress opposed to it. You Are about to i Down upon themselves the odium of being c Rig House to defeat their own Bill and bring Congress and a state legislature that will elect i to a a head the friends of retrenchment. But the pne member of the Senate. If we might be allow-1 amendments of or. Parker pawed by the sen cd to counsel you at this crisis we would do so ate were taken up and adopted by the Honse con and earnestly entreat you not to falter in your Frary to the expectation of the tin pan. And the support of the Baltimore nominations but at the i so mate itself headed. These Are facts that i am same time to nominate for those elections no Man i ready to substantiate by proper affidavit. I can who is committed to this scheme this unwise a i be found at Millersport a Airfield county Ohio. Texas to our. To j. G. Clem pretext wit indecent haste regardless of treaties acid consequences. With is War it debt its slave institutions and their Prepend rating political Power. A july 15, 1844.�?� it is proper to say that or. Townsend who was one of fhe signers of the circular does not assent to so much of the above letters refers to the question of slavery. Awful sufferings at sea. The new York courier has received the follow win be accomplished. Hero we have the views of two sections of the Locos upon their candidate and the proposed party measures. Are they any of them honest Are i they faithful to the Constitution the annexation of Texas a a saved the democracy from defeat and the election of Polk will secure Texas thus j this Quot great National measure will be accomplished read and judge. From the evening Post. The proposed joint letter York fron new Orleans being extracted from the log Book. August 6th, lat. 26th 27, Ion. 87 46, w., an object having the appearance of a boat was discovered on the weather beam the ships course was immediately altered towards it ind on reaching it was Hove to and the boat taken alongside and seven persons received on Board who proved to be the Captain and Crew late of the by. Schooner Orange lost on the voyage from Jamaica for Matanzas Viz. Alexander Mcdonald master win. Local. Trade with the Interior of Kentucky by the Ken Tuchy 2.�?our first no. Showed the Fol lowing facts with reference to the population and retail Trade of the 14 counties accessible to the navigable Waters of the Kentucky River their live Stock and their leading agricultural productions Viz population according to the last census 14fos46 no. Of dry goods grocery Aud other stores a 313 2,081,104 81,895 1211.709 313,148 290,280 98,878 u92.6q5 10,157,687 395,121 4�8� 4,786,610 we Hub wish to Day As we promised the joint let-1 Young mate Edward Cook Richard Evans ter which was to have been sent to the persons an Juhn Brown. William Roscoe seamen and to try have a Shelly bidder Wilkinson Cook having been thirteen Days de. Taken with deliberate judgment they will a tie boat which was Only fourteen feet note hastily abandoned. J they were All As might be expected weak and in Sond hrs of it a of i its reasoning. We believe it contains in answer i 00 a pm la a f16 youngest of them win. Roscoe be truth and Points out the Only course consistent was. Much emaciated and totally insensible and with their As democrats and citizens. We i although every Means were made use of restore Vith those who differ from us. They l _. J May be Good men and sincere democrats. We Ralf be Good men and so a re Derais. We him he Only survived about three hours and at give on own views with the same Freedom which Sun rot his body was deposited in the sailors grave we yield to them. But so far As we Are concerned Vith the solemn and oppressive burial service of or our counsel can have any influence we advise in a our fellow democrats to support the Baltimore .�te9um Chare. During the nominations with All Fidelity with an Energy and. I Mae was delirious but has since with Rorn estness that know no rest Airi at the same the rest almost regained his health. Their thirst time set their face like Flint against the �?orean-1 was most tormenting and much care was at first negation of Texas at the earliest practicable Peri 1w, a a. Of a or the i Xii Al that question with the Strug administering water to them and it was Gles of party. The Leker is As follows not until the third Day that their thirst was a to the democratic Republican electors of the satiated at which time each person had used about a fellow citizens the present circumstances the of water of the democratic party induce us to address you. Captain Mcdonald stated that on the 24th Only it has been placed by the Baltimore convention in at 2 p. M., when about the latitude 22 45, Longi a position of difficulty Fridun which nothing can sex tude 85 4 West the Schooner was capsized in a Sud recurrent Deu Squall from the eastward the lanyards of a. A the convention rejected or. Van Buren to i weather rigging were immediately Cut away but whose nomination a great majority had been the ballast having shifted and the sails and masts to a in he water a a wipe was a Texas and then passed a Resolution the purpose once Ost be Llone that the of which was to pledge the whole party feb a he vessel capsized the Jolly boat being stowed Bot annexation at the earliest practical period. This Tom up on the Long boat turned Over in the water signifies neither More nor less than annexation As Aad a hand succeeded in getting in and got Clear capital invested in the same no. Of horses Ami mules no. Of neat cattle no. Of sheep. No. Of Swine. Value of poultry raised bushels of wheat produced bushels of Corn produced. Pounds of Wool grown tons of hemp and flax gathered. Pounds of tobacco gathered we concluded our previous article with the assertion of a feet new to us until we undertook the investigation of the subject under consideration Viz that within convenient reach of the Cincinnati Market lies a Region of country the 14 Countie named which combines within i is area a More diversified agricultural capacity than any other District of Kentucky of equal size. To make Good this assertion we rely upon the National census tables. By there it appears that in 1839, Only 16 of the 90 counties into which the state was then divided produced More than 90,000 bushels of wheat each of which 16, six Lay in the Region under View that of the 11 counties which produced Over 900,000 bushels of Corn each a to Lay within that Region one of which Mercer 3,397,40 bushels produced More than the United product of any two other counties in any other part of the state More than five times As much As the rep rate product of a majority of the counties and some fifteen times As much As the separate product of about one fourth of the entire number of counties. By the same authority it appears that of the 7 principal Wool growing coun ties three lie in the Region under View that of the 6 counties which in 1839 produced each from 597 to 1,312 tons of hemp and flax four lie within that Region and that notwithstanding the feet that this Region so much surpasses any other District of the state in the production of the several articles already specified each county within it produces in addition tobacco to More than half the average product of All the counties of the state the Large tobacco growing county of Daviess with its 8,500000 pounds included. A further and better illustration of the fact we have stated As to the Fertility of the counties lying along the navigable portion of the Kentucky River and the diversified character of their productions will be presented by obtaining to Weir agricultural averages and comparing them with the agricultural averages of the whole state. This is done below. The firs line in each Case shows the average soon As it can receive the forms of Law and pays it Quot a t to Tiv no regard to our relations with other nations to of the it vesss1�?T which had almost at the Sajonc the debts of Texas or to its slave institutions. I ment disappeared. They were left to the mercy 3�?o democratic party of the winds and the Waves without provision or at the North to reject the nominations and aban a. Don the contest or support them rejecting the res to he Boot. Fart Iff solution respecting Texas and taking measures to ode of he masts was broken up and made use of counteract its tendency ? the latter alternative to steer with Ami the boat was kept before the sea in a a reason that upon a subject of such magnitude i oot hoards were taken off and converted into a where apparent acquiescence might be drawn into i Mast on which was spread the Captain s shirt for i re Uruci decedent the voice of the whole party should u a Wjk a a we Ilond the get made known. That we May do our part towards this object we have United in this address i a a i whip or average Rotthe entire state not merely to make known our own views but to afternoon a bark was seen to the Westward steer average of the 13 counties ask the co operation of our fellow electors in ing towards them and when about two Miles off cd a a a average of the state measures to counteract the tendency towards im-1 tar for a a. I average of the >3 counties mediate annexation. Umes and hauled a True Ray for Wool average of the state about half an hour and before Sunset she was average of the 13 counties a hemp amp of the stale again steering Westward. Average of i he 13 counties on the 25th, there being no appearance of land i tobacco average of the state. A average of the 13counties, production per county of the entire state the Sec a sail and in Baal w,9s�ered in a southward i i a a Quot def of a l Quot ,5r of he a per in Quot of a faction in Hopes f of cling in with the land. In the a a a a a t we quote to Quot Quot i 53,"68 Bush inconsistency. The Loco Foco leaders of Maryland Are always proclaiming their love for democracy but whenever they have a fat age to fill they seek out some anti War federalist to fill it. As proof we refer to messes. Grason Thomas Aud Carroll whom the leaders have successively nominated tor the governorship of Maryland. Now if thereby so much virtue in democracy who we would ask is so Well suited Tojo Rry out its principles who has been raised a Democrat f but in 11 seriousness is it not provoking that these leaders should not even once in nine years allow the democracy of the state Tobe governed by a democrats and that in select int he third in the series resent to the democracy of patriotic old Maryland As the commander in chief of her land and naval forces a gentleman of whom it is notoriously known that when the British invaded or City he left it to the mercy of a Vandal foe which had just Laid our Capitol in in a personal slanders. One of the Loco Foco papers of Pennsylvania re death of the ref pression of his neighbors that the recent calumnies Marks in regard to the recent death of t trial candidate of its a Gutema a it is the general in uttered against or. Muhlenberg by the Federal intelligencer appropriately Marks the poet Keats is said to have died of a critic Mcisaa hut for a statesman to perish in this Way is something new. We ourselves know one that has stood that sort of thing More than thirty years the last Twenty of which has been an incessant storm of falsehood and o f hate. Yet when has he Blench �1 before it All and to what cometh at last something for which it is Worth while to withstand unbent the popular breath the demagogue Roar the howl of slanderers the very Thunder of an almost a resisted tyrant. The tempest has blown away its own breath overwhelming Many that aided to raise and thought to ride forever of it the winds have sunk into but the glad murmur of a people s returning admiration the Serene skies look out once Morer and though the croak of Many a democratic Frog still attempts to chide the returning Sun far above the flying Clouds Springs up to Feht once More that land Mark of the nation which they have assailed and hidden in vain As some tall Cliff that lifts its awful form swells from the Vale and Midway leaves the storm though round its base the rolling Clouds Are spread eternal Sunshine settles on its Bead. Fashions for August. From the London amp Paris ladies Magazine of fashion. Barges Taglioni in checks of moderate size mousse lines Giselle Fil de Marie and toilet de Chine with foulard of endless variety Are the materials Best suited for the present month. In neg Lige Redin Gotes Are worn of English Taconet or Muslin ined the bodies Are Genen uly open in front the sleeves wide but very Short and under ones at Muslin Bouillon nes Many Pei nors Are of White ribbon. The corsages with revers Pelerine continue in favor As Well As the half Long sleeve with under ones of White but these it must be observed Are Seldom with wristbands but preserve their Width to the Bottom the revers worn on the Corsa Zesare sometimes so Large As to have the appear Anees of an open Pelerine to which a fancy fringe gives additional Width a similar fringe Orna menting the skirt in two rows As a flounce and the Edge of the closed jockey which surmount the sleeve. Velvet is much used to ornament dresses numerous rows of it forming a Border at the Bottom of the skirt just above the hem lessening in Width As they ascend it is also used on Black net dresses forming heading 4o the flounces which commence at the Waist. Pardess Mant lets and Antilles Are of every variety the pal tots of tall Etas d Lutalie Are much in Fosion Bat for the promenade the colors Are confined to Black or dark Blue trimmed with Black face the sleeves Are rather wide but not lower than the Elbow and a Broad Ribben encircles the Waist for Carriage Wear they Are of Light Silks trimmed with Ruches of ribbon or White lace. In ficus the embroidered Gimpes and Little collars a la Jeannette covered by several rows of Valenciennes lace Are worn As Well As revel formed of inlets frills of three rows of lace and the standing up Collar with three or tour rows of Ruches. There is no change just now in bonnets the form of pail Les de Riz is a Little More open and capote of straws have crowns a la Bonne Femme. A we protest against the Resolution because a it was an unauthorized of the convention., the members had received Flora their constituents no instructions on the subject. A Ai r. Pm \ jigs Zissim. We hear Good accounts from this state. Heretofore the difficulty has been to Combine the strength there. Noto a thorough organization going on and the probability a that that strength will be brought out in november. Of it be mini Sis Sippi will go for Fey. A distinguished Asan Well acquainted with Public opinion in that quar-14w1, 1 a \ a a a we it a waxing warm in the fight and i believe the whigs will Trumph. All divisions among As Are healed. All lukewarm Ness overcome. They Are in the Battle Field armed and ready for the Eon Flint and when they strike it will be a victorious blow. Set Down Mississippi in the whig column Fth Wilt be Are. A g f land distribution. A. The a my a that where slavery Prmila. The of party a As pm Pledas to Pur will be extravagance in the management of the 1 men having the same views of the Pirinei Public Patrimony and less profitable sales Quot a that it 1 pies of their government unite for the purpose of who go on increasing until in process of time a the putting those principles in practice. That Union Ere a Quot Quot by Ltd a Russ and will then of the principle of or. Clays bal and to concur in such measures As they requite be distributed among the slave states As Well As is the whole duty of party men. In All other res Ririe suppose this is True what then if people pref a the democratic party has been in existence Fer the Fere states As no doubt a great majority do 1 from the foundation of the Constitution. Its urine and come and buy land route and make Ferms �p18 Are As old As the government and have i. T i since been constantly repeated. They Are Teque i among us they add to our numbers improve oar so Tyr and Freedom equal rights to All no distinct Cial condition and increase our relative political pow-1 nor. Of persons no special privileges and no re or. We do not complain of this. But the Money they i Strain t of the individual except so far As Muy lie j however soon afterwards gratified with the sight i a for slip land is distributed to its former own is Wybro having Ual rights the a hip which afforded them Relief inboard of of Hugh i with ourselves. We Are for the strictest construe-1 which Thev received All care and attention. Yv0j�?~6 66ct6 l i be Obi the question had been presented to4he Eoun-j0 boats course was now altered to the West try. They were elected for a definite and limited j Ward before the sea with the Hope of falling in purpose. If they had authority to pass any resold with some vessel. From this time to 28th, the i from the eastward and he be party they were sleeved to select candidates for i waa 8teered Westerly. On this Day for the first office not to promulgate new creeds or Annex ume it rained about two hours and by using two or but if the member of the convention had bad j a Ich Ware All they Hadara Ong the authority of a majority of the Constitution for i no Ai d by a ringing their clothes they succeed its Resolution it would not have bound the minored in getting about half a pint of water try because it was not an exposition of any Prin from this Day to the 31st they continued without Ciple of the party or of any measure which those a.6,354 do. A 442,746 do. 781,36� do. 19,854 lbs. A a it 94 do. 11 Tous �4 do. 593,743 lbs. 368,301 do. This table shows that the average production of the Kentucky River counties which it must be borne in mind Are not selected for this test but Are composed of contiguous territory lying along that Stream ranges much higher than the average production of the counties of the whole state. In wheat it is 43 per cent higher in com 74 per cent in Wool 53 per cent and in hemp 246 per cent a in tobacco alone does it sink below the state average and then Only 61 per cent ally Tough Ute Kentucky River is not in the tobacco Region which lies much farther West and South West. Seeing any vessel and without water. On this Day and the Day following it rained three or four hours and sufficient water was obtained to quench their. A a a a_., _. Him for of Fettet fro a Oto a toe to the de. ?t?<8�?�to.l,l,d11 August the wind was from the South East and the boats course was to the North West and no water a Ras obtained during which time their sufferings was very great on ene of there Days a piece of we wish it borne in mind that we have named but the leading not the Only productions of the Region of which we Are writing. In the common quantities it produces All the other Cereal grains As ii j i ,. _ i Well As potatoes fruits Wax sugar the products Bamboo was picked up and found to contain four n a or. I a i f or i j a mall about Ito inches Long Thich was i of . Tsa most uniformly Good a j j a to. To i re j a and its situation principally Between the 38 the and video and this was the Only article of food they. F., r had while in the boat. On the morning of the 6th i 39"1 la a Bra Ono Blau Udey a a a a three ships passed them but it a As supposed that the boat was not seen from them. They were ers part of whom held slaves and that our Ilfeigh-1 w the ourselves. We Are for the strictest construe bar says Quot is simple robbery a it is not the produce Tion of All Grants of Power and the strictest a. Of the land but the Purchase Money that is dist rib countability of a magistrates and officers of what. A. I class this is the democratic Creed and used and it cannot be robbery to give this to those the whole o it the measure of the party Are for whore use the land was sold be they slave those and those Only which there principles re holders or not. But the Herald says the citizens of the free states and foreign emigrants a have been the largest Pur chasers in of referee territory a and they Are not Ben ble to the production of All crops common to temperate regions. The question now arises is the Trade of such a District of country not yet permanently settled in any direction Worth the attention of the business men of Cincinnati and if so. Can it be made a a in la have no More to do with by proper efforts to flow this Way quire. So Fer we hold ourselves bound As party men but no farther. Ill have no More to do with you of your documents was the indignant reply of to Mas Chrystal an honest new York Shoemaker to a Loco Foco Leader who offered him documents and urged him a a the greatest danger to our institutions a fees t0 assert and Proyer in a a speech he was about to from the tendency of party to engross every public1 this comes of the selfishness question. These questions Shah be the subject of future consideration _ the was a Jam at concert Vilall tuesday evening and or. Duffield Sung to admiration. He delighted every body. He opened the fitted a distribution out of the state of their is partisans who seek to turn every thing to. Their Polk was a Tariff Man he had often Madespeech-.,. We a a own o8 we see no More reason for submitting on that Side thinking the party honest but when i deface. Do Esit follow that they should not pay rack no to it8 control than to the control o7�t.k� Cli a a of Mere a Elk a the party in a Tariff neighbourhood that hearts and purses of strange men by discoursing such Sweet music. The a old Kentucky gentleman was Sung most admirably. A i can to stand Whf. W a a i a ii we og6hh10 i for the fend and the former owner have the Price i fashion or sects lie sold it for a i. I a when therefore a convention of party men. I a a a Kythe seek to pledge the party to a measure not within again we Are told the he land ced y these limits we look upon the As of no greater slave states were not the most valuable in them Force than the of any equal number of equally selves and have softly been most productive be respectable persons. As an opinion we adopt or cause freed from the curse of slavery which the i reject it As we think it sound or otherwise Asau slave states maintained to our Hurt As Well As 1 the their own besides the to the North the democratic party we hopi ourselves not bound a a. Y the Resol the Resolution itself we consider unwise and unas party men by a firmly attached to not boil Resolution of the convert Rise and i Ilion. Just. We condemn it not because we Are opposed Western territory was doubtful. Admit that More fends have been sold and will continue Tobe old in the free than in the slave a up Extension of our territory or the admission states shall we not pay the owners of the fend into our Union of new communities not that we question it since we invited the Grant and accept which Thig whole i8 devoted but beca>3se, edit coupled with the Trust of paying the debts of a i. We have a treaty with Mexico binding us to the country and of holding the residue for the i a inviolable peace and sincere Texas is ref the Rte. Viu Tvr in a us to Union now engaged in War a nth Mexico and taking her common Benet of those states then m the Union we to hat who her wearing our pledge of inti and those to be admitted. I Loable peace. It is not an aet of sincere Friendship the Herald Zouki do All it can a to Abate the to take to ourselves a country a a hich once belonged evils of the country retaining the proceeds of the Toher which she has never surrendered and is h. A purposes As the most est Fiir ble thing that can Kad a Tual Possession of the government of that be dons under the circumstances a until slavery j country but it admitted no More. It neither . In do no. A a Quot a. Way in�?�4me, Udu Quot a the proceeds of the sales of the lands should be kept j ��2. Texas has an enormous Public debt which from the rightful owner on account of the Axis j she is unable to pay the amount of which is in of Ltd Verv in the country known and which must either be assumed by us Trace of Severy m the country j i or left As it now is a dishonoured aim upon an we have never claimed that the fend in Louisiana state. In like Iatter use we Aranoth and Florida purchased by the Niton states were i or to the list already too great of insolvent of re other than the common property of the nation. But Pudia Ting american states. In the former we As u woo. Of no to us now that it was right to refuse distribution1 a a 1 a to the owners of these fends because a plan of distribution perfectly just could not be agreed upon. We do not look for perfection and would do As near right As we can. T e a a s but there is one consideration connected with the question of distribution which has a step beyond it. No threats no reproaches weight with us Independent of nil other consider i Force us beyond it. We stand by the con actions. We desire stability for our commercial Sti Sutlon of our country. But when it is propped agricultural and manufacturing interests the \ that Constitution and Compromise to urged to engage in the a Ork of deception and falsehood fes honesty was alarmed and his patriotism awakened and he rebuked the wretch that of Fuld Iead him Forth in the work of deception with a lie on his Tongue and forged documents in hand for the party and left them forever honoured be the name of Thomas Chrystal the Shoemaker read the following from the j new York Tribune the new Yoke incident which occurred at the meeting of the 14th Ward Clay club on thursday evening is worthy a notice i in your paper As evincing the certainty that men i of Talent and integrity Are leaving the Loco Foco a sume for the Union a debt not contracted by it or of doubtful Power and evil tendency 9. Texas is a slave country and if received with its institutions will claim admission into the Union with its slavery its unequal representation and its requisitions upon the free states. We Are not abolitionists and have no sympathy with them. We Are willing to abide by the Compromise of our fathers. We will Apt obliterate Aline of it. We not Stop Short of it but we will not National Treasury it becomes a Bone of Contention for political agitators. All Industrial pursuits Are affected by it. The Tariff is affected by it and fluctuations ruinous fluctuations in Trade follow. With it even not increase the number of slaves. If it were so it would not remove our objection for the annexation would stiff increase our connection with Lavery. Why should we multiply our relat ions a a if the sum total remains Thi sum total remains the same ? if the receipts into the Treasury from land sales if in were proposed to bring under the american a a ,. I r. A a Flag a the slave communities of the world would Are Large less is required from imposts. Prosper-1 it Ove Bhe you repugnance to it to Tell you that Ous business Wilt increase the sales of Laud and the number would it be increased the tend fund. This will induce a reduction of a Dws Are unwilling e us tin. In to effect will derange it own a Fernesa and Lessen the ability to Purchase land. J fathers gave to their Brethren and companions in this will reduce the income from lands and com arms. A citizen of Mississippi with five slaves a it. A i n n a a. Fun Tutor 11�8 virtually As Many votes a four citizens of a it a re sort to increased impost duties under Yorkjr text a yer Cornea into this Union such circumstances All is uncertainty and business i to a of �t8 citizens shall have with our consent cannot steadily Prosper. We want stability in Al i More Power than a citizen of our own state business department and would remove these i a but they err who think that the annexation d,.�orbing ran., to we Disirio Buus of few so to the land fond will go far to produce this stability we would therefore make it even if not to be done on perfectly equal terms. Us by a portion of the South As a new source of a try and a new guarantee they net know then own i Prosperity for Steve Industry and a new guarantee to their institutions. Do institutions. Interests better than we political Economy and r own experience both touch us u different lesson z slave Breed or. Carleton r. Moore of Philadelphia was washed Down the Niagara Falls last week. Afr. Choate s Boston Courtw j Steve markets a i a a i 1 a a h the Means of its subsist its Industry. To increase very has increased in Virginia and the Carolinas Sines the annexation of Louisiana. Makes the following singular apology for not fal-1 a a feta on Quot expands with the Means of its subsist filling a Promise to publish or. Choates address end a and demand for its Industry. To increase to the whigs of Boston the Market and the Valona of the labor a to increase the population. No Law of political Economy More certain. A for these reasons we Ore firmly and Unal Tern july opposed to the annexation of Texas in any in to Days paper to do furnished us with mrp a Twe promised this or. Choate As he Agri his notes but we honestly confess it there is not a Man in our office who can read them or write out the speech from them that a said a Loco half wiping his face a that Appeal is too it was the line where the Singer was picturing or. Clay As rising higher and higher and standing More erect As his enemies sought to crush him. A a that a glorious a said another not Over famous for his liberality As or. Finished the song a let us have it again a a Aye a rejoined a Yonng whig a and would you give us a Dollar to circulate documents to set the a old Kentucky gentleman right among the deluded a a yes yes a responded he a Book me Down five truly music hath Power to stir up the heart. Or. Duffield 9ang for the Good people of new Accident on the Lons Island Railroad. The Brooklyn Star states that on wednesday morning As the 8 o Clook train of cars a Ras on the Way to Greenport the engine struck the Hind part of a Light Waggon in a a hich a a Ere mrs. Southard wife ofom. Southard an elderly woman residing a the Plains and a Man whose name we could not ascertain breaking the Wagon to pieces and killing mrs. Southard instantaneously. The horse was not injured. Communicated. To the democratic voters of the first congressional District of Ohio fellow few weeks Only will elapse before you will again be called on to exercise the right of suffrage. Vide my communication in the Cincinnati Gazette of 23d july and Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette of 25th july which a Ras refused an insertion m a newspaper a a hich professes to be democratic the eco quiver and message and whose aristocratic bearing was so repulsive i cannot make another request of them our convention nominated a person for state senator who voted to establish a military despotism Over us. I know the importance attached of uniting and electing our whole ticket at our state election but it Falls far Short in my opinion to sending persons who do not carry out our principles. 11 resided one year under a military despotism Viz the autocrat of All the russian also under John bulls Milder one neither of them at All palatable to democracy so i cannot give in support to any person in thi9 land of Liberty no would establish one Here. It is far from my wishes to dictate but it is important for us All to look before i leap. We Are All interested alike in this matter. If we have a person for state senator on our ticket who has betrayed his Trust and disgraced our principles we Are not bound in Honor or otherwise to support him again because he was nominated by the democratic convention. I for one will not scruple to vote for a Good whig in preference to any Democrat who professes one doctrine and practices another. Actions speak louder than empty words. I merely wish to Call your attention to this matter believing every consistent Democrat will choose the least of two evils and let us unite with heart and voice to rebuke every pretended Democrat who voted for the unjust unprincipled odious despotic military Law last session of the legislature. A consistent Democrat. Columbia township aug. �?~26th, 1844. our candidate for state senator on the democratic ticket answer a question or two first on what principle is the representative entitled to 24bits per Day and his constituents to 2 bits Only second the names and number of your constituents who requested you to vote for Sneh a Law your answer will be admitted in the enquirer As it did publish the lame apology of one of your co. Associates for disgracing the statutes of the state of Ohio which is one proof that a Birds of a Feather will flock another proof i Jot from the enquirer itself when they refused my ormer communication and informed me that the Gazette was the proper Channel through which to ask for a redress of grievances. The Courtesy of the Gazette proves it told the truth. D res j very Many More become intelligent enterprising who made a speech of More real. Useful business men. But their parents Are in re our country has in this Way lost none can Calcut party. I Jort. The glee club accompanied him. Let us the or rodent stated thut a no Tuai speaker have another concert Here had volunteered to address the meeting he would. Introduce a Young gentleman who had been Mak Woodward College. A doubtless or in do Community who. If that party had come there to avow openly his sep suitably educated would make valuable men in ration from them and to make a Tew remarks the different walks Iff professional life. Not a few i tot proclaim the blew a of he Fon pc. And As Crystal a Shoemaker by Trade and a Iden of this City who made a speech of More interest to the whig party than any l have listened i Atrz cited circumstances and thus a most promising a us a or a a a a that the Maiden speech of a new convert would suit which he might otherwise attain every one but lie was successful beyond anti Cipa How Many Nohle pillars and Bright ornaments Tion and gave us a history of the dishonesty of the Polk party that places them before the world As. Shameless deceivers in their electioneering opera-1late tons. He had been told by a democratic lawyer but it need not be so at least among us. There when about to go to a country town to address the j no excuse Here for the youth or rather for the a a a z it or a a a w Polk was not Only in favor of a Tariff but of a High to he utmost of its capacity and by such cultivate one than or. Clay was and documents were put in Tion reach the loftiest Eminence of Honor and use his hands to prove it. He knew this was Falsey and fun Ness told the lawyer so adding Quot will have no More to i. R Dowil Hyou or your such dishonesty to have in a Quot a Lold st Antl have 1, put him to thinking and he soon became satisfied years an institution which while it furnishes the that he could not be an honest Man and remain in \ fullest collegiate course offers a Complete business the democratic ranks fighting their Bufes or. 8uch a Rene tenth of our Younge whig principles and men need multitudes have profited by these polity before he determined to join their Standard advantages and Are now among our most Active he is thoroughly conversant with the Tariff and it respectable citizens in All parts of the West history and it was surprising to hear with what Many More me new Purt Ming Tell air studies. But to the particular object of this communication. It is generally known to lat no youth of talents and Good character is Ever neglected because his friends Are unable to pay for la a tuition. Abundant provision was made for such by the benevolent founder of Woodward College the ins Titu lion which we now have in View. And one of the trustees informs us that there Are still vacancies in the beneficiary list. Where Are our Bright youth no pressure of circumstances need keep them Back. These Are prizes Worth contending for. The worthy is sure to Vrin the weather. Accuracy he produced data for All his arguments and How his mind was stored with statistics. I say surprising because he is Young. He did not aim at display but in his winding up he gave one of the most practical Eulogius on the character of Henry Clay that has been Quot heard in this City Humble though he be and engaged in Hie mechanical business i Hail Bis a annexation As far Inore interesting than would be that of any Leader among our opponents. It is proof positive that the honest thinking men of the democratic so called party Are opening their retrenchment Loco Foco knavery. Much has been said about the Ohio retrenchment of last Winter and blame has been heaped upon the whigs for the rickety and unequal passed. The whigs passed a proper Bill making fair discrimination. The Loco focus Eft Den voted to prevent this by propositions through their Leader Are bold that retrenchment should not be moved by either party. Failing in this and finding that the whigs were determined to do to Weir duty the Loco focus entered info a conspiracy to defeat every measure of the whigs to save the Peoples Money. So we said at the time and were in consequence called hard names even by some whigs who find it easier to find fault than to investigate facts now read the state ment of a Loco Loco which follows and sep How your Public business was done by these eco comical Loco focus while crying aloud for retrenchment a few Days ago we were complaining of the heat now we Are suffering from the cold. Lost evening we dropped in at col. Nobles and found fire9 in his rooms. They looked and Felt comfortable. What is remarkable too is that to have a Lowers every Day the cold does not Cheek the rain tie weather just now resembles the breaking up of Winter and feels As if there a a Ere a struggle going on Between the Stern old Man and Spring stage accidents the Hamilton stage a Ras Over set at at the foot of Sycamore Street Hill on Mon Day evening about dusk. One of the passengers or. Hyfield who was sitting outside was so severely injured that his recovery a Ras yesterday afternoon considered very doubtful. The Driver was also Hurt though not dangerously. Fruits and 96a 50c per Bushel peaches 50e 150c pears 100�125c.�? by the Peck and half Peck a Little More. Potatoes 20m25c per Bushel onions 3037fe Sweet potatoes 62ia75c. Fresh roast cuts beet 5c per la. Mutton and Lamb 25�37fc per Hind Quarter. Veal 5c per la and 37a50e per Quarter from wagons. Pork cuts 4c per la. Corn sales of rough at 36a 371c per Bushel sifted 4tto45c. 45c per 100 lbs by retail. River Commerce. From the inc Finati merchants Exchange Book a. Imports. From p1ttsburgh�?by the John go Long 139 bags Coffee Burrows amp. Co 139 boxes cheese Batter owner on Board 180 pea 198 Bdl and 73 sheets Iron 7 cases and 3 Bdl steel Stewart amp co 17 pkg Mdse sundry consignees. By the guide 1 had madder 3 bbl cloves Iio sea so Frazer 184 Liles w b Dodds 1 Box books Desilver amp. Burr 21 pkg Mdse 13 do dry goods j b Chapman and others. From Wheeling by the Arkansas mail 40 Bra peaches 12 do apples owners on Board 16 pkg sundries. Portsmouth by the Little Ben Franklin 150 urls flour Rogers amp Sherlock 488 pcs rail Road Iron l m r Road co 13 tons Cut Stone Isaac Watts 208 White Lead kegs 1 Bra sugar 10 Bxs shoes t Hills amp co and others. By the Ashland 306 urls flour Rogers amp Sherlock 22 sacks flax seed 28 cases hats c r Miller amp co we Dodd 37 pcs 18 Bdl and 70 sheets Iron. 60 Bdl Sheet do 18 do hoop do 10 kegs nails j Goodlow is few 4 co hang ton and others 13pkgs sundries. From Maysville by the Daniel Boon. 22 cons rope 22 pcs bagging 8 bags Rye to Reship 97 do wheat Lobris Tiff easy Fagan Strader amp Gorman 25 Bales hemp win m Walker amp. Co 30 Bales do 46 urls flour 100 whisky brim of Riners on Board. From Lawrenceburg by the we Penn 54 urls whisky t j Adams 168 urls wheat Elliott amp. Lawrence. From Carrollton by the fashion 21 urls whisky j Andrew 209 urls do 46 sacks wheat c Feeger amp. Co Fagin 28 do Oats dins Moor 3 do Snake Root Allen so co 2 do Cotton yarn. 1 Bale Muslin 9 to kitting Stenian Maynard amp co 72 whisky and 50 flour urls Thayer Atkins amp co 1 Box eggs owner on Board 20,000 lath Mcgregor. From Louisville by the Ben Franklin no. 7 20 bbl Cement Marsh so co. From st. Louis by the Brazil 5 casks Lead pipe 17 Rolls Sheet Lead Ilovea so Frazer 36 bbl and 560 sacks wheat 1 do and 1 bbl flaxseed Febiger so co Chambers Fagin 12 sacks Rye 33 do shorts e Craft r Mcgregor so co 225 Green hides 60 pkg Buffalo Robies r hav Desty a Irwin 100 empty has John b Chapina 1l Steamboat Register. List of arrivals and departures Fer the 34 hours pre riots to 3 o clock p. M., yesterday by a and co. Of is Row pm Vii cubs wit boat Obj Rem Jumpt Benefit. Heeling of the Many cures affected by the heretic elixir prepared by by fluid Vutter 1 waa induced to give it a trial and am Happy to aay that it has a Nurvey removed my com plaint. 1 have Celt no symptom of u for More the a year past. Amos White. Northbridge March 1844. Cd it liver comp Lawt and Gao. W. Toms Tom Esq., residing at Grafton mum., u a communication addressed to or. Starkweather key a a Hare Esperie eed the most Heue Kiai results from the us of or. Starkweather hepatic vat 3 or 4 years previous to my taking this Medicine. 1 was seriously afflicted with Dys Pepsi or liver complaint. 1 had consulted several physicians and made use of Vari Oua kinds of Pilla and other medicines before the Public some of which had an injurious effect others de to give temporary Relief without in the least degree removing the cause of my complaint. I Jet to a very weak and soar stomach and been for weeks together unable to sat the Moat karm Iaan and soluble kinds of food without severe distress at the stomach or vomiting it up immediately after taken. This was accompanied sometimes with loss of appetite at other times with an appetite that neither any kind or Quantity of food could satisfy. I was troubled about a year before making of of this Medicine with a hard pain in the left Side attended with a kind of langur great depression of spirits and a general debility of toe whole system. Nearly All Toms which i have mentioned with Many others Are now entirely cured by the use of or. Starkweather s hepatic elixir. Such indeed is the testimony every where Given in its favor where its remarkable Virtues have been tested. Titis great remedy together with every truly valuable Medicine is for Sale in Cincinnati by 8anfokm Park Corner of fourth and Walnut Ata Cincinnati. Price 1 per bottle. Sanford amp Park Are general agents for the West. To 98 apr number 2651. In fan Days after she commenced taking the m remedies a waa to numb better and soon remove was much better and soon recovered John Hamilton a and feel state of new to Greece township Monroe county York feb. 13, 1843. The magnetic remedies Are for Sale Only by Sanford a race 16 Comer of fourth and we vks8kls names. Or Alteus. Arkansas mail. Mail. Brazil. Ashland. Daniel Boone. Ben Franklin. We. Penn. Fashion. Masters. Dale. Morrow. Logan. Hewitt. Tinker. Arrived from. Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh ship Yard st. Louis. Portsmouth Morelan Maysville. Summons Louisville. Prat Raan. Glenn. Vessels names. Masters. . Ashland tinker Daniel Boon Moreland. Ben Franklin summons we. . Carrollton departed foe. Louisville Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Portsmouth. Maysville. Louisville Aurora. Carrollton Domestic markets. Eastern. Boston aug. 22.�?flour�?Market Dull and prices remain nominally the same. Genesee Good common brands $4 25a4 31, Southern 4 12a4 18 per Bri Cash. The sales of com have been for Good Mealing 51c, and White 47c per Bushel. New York aug. 23�?the sales of Cotton extend to 800 Bales at steady prices. Flour no change. $4 12a25 includes All Western in Good order not fancy 1300 bushels handsome n. Carolina wheat sold at 83c Rye 66a67c Northern Corn 50 cts Southern 47c, it Oats 28a29c. No sales of pork. No change in its position. 600 urls fair lard sold to go East at 5c per la. Whisky in urls 24c Drudge 23c. 100 urls Pearl ashes sold at $4 50 pots $4 19. Sterling Bills 91 francs 5,221. Foreign markets. Liverpool Market aug. 3�?extracts to m imaging anxious to from Wright amp cons circular to % article at Low prices All holders Sis Wrig Neave of this City a by v. Are still dreg t. So c. B m this less and 66�70s for very Fine India in sell. Prices Are so nominal that we can Only quote 45a60s per Tierce of 304 lbs for mess�?60a65s for extra me Bond. Pork u. seems More disposition to operate in this article provided Low prices be acceded to. Sales of prime new Orleans were made from 35a40s per Bra and thin mess at 44�46s, while iii lion the latter Quality commands 60�62s �6d. This arises from the difference in the nodes of cutting and curing the meat being alike excepting that the Irish is thinner or in other words not so fat and corresponds with what May be called thin mess Cut into Nice Square 4 la pieces of 50 in a barrel. We doubt not that we shall see in the coming season something More assimilating to the Irish in which Case we predict ample returns for the extra trouble. Hams u. Are quite at a stand in this article also in dried tongues either for Export or Home consumption. The prices Are so nominal for either new or old that we do not quote we cannot advise shipments at All. Land u. moderate business has been done in this article prices ruling from 30a35s per cwt according to Quality. A few barrels of Stearina have Only brought 35s per cwt duty paid. Daty 2s, and five per cent per cwt. Wheat u. of All descriptions Are rapidly falling our Prospect for a Good Harvest being very cheering. Our Stock of american is in a few parcels from new Orleans which is held at 32a33s per Quarter of 8 bushels of 70 lbs each in Bond but this Price is entirely nominal there being no sales. Present duty 18s per Quarter. Flour u so for above reason we Are also much depressed in this article. Holders ask 20b Jer Bra in Bond for Sweet Aud some sales have it Een made at it. A few Hundred urls new Orleans sour have changed hands at 17s 6d in Bond but a lower Price would now be acceded to. Present duty 10b Lod per Bra. A a j i Quot Quot c Corn greatest remedy for corns Ever introduced into this country the Corn destroyer is the most effectual remedy for corns Ever discovered end has never been known to Tail. In order to place it within the reach of All the proprietor has pot it at toe Low Price of one a Hilling a plaster. Among the Many who have satisfactorily tested the Virtues of the Corn plaster Are the Folloso a a gentle Rae j Hana Abay new York City. Andrews do. We. H. Dem Arist do. Joaa Ramsey do. Jo3price 8 cents. For Sale by Thomas Only agent for Cincinnati main Street Between 3d and 4th. Am 28 Ash wholesale dry warehou8e.-.morrkll amp Aby t8 Pearl st. Cincinnati in connection with Morrell amp cons wholesale let by goods store no. 80 part st. New York. Rhe subscribers would most respectfully inform a a a Stern merchants and particularly those who Are in i,.-?. A i pure Basing East that they Are now opening extent w Assort ment Sta ple and f Ancy Ory Vooes and trimmings fresh from the Inanufactu-77�?~"lyonem, which have been selected with Fth print rooms will be filled with prints from tie lowest to the West of the mounts a and and win the ill thelphia or new York a a ets 2 sttlesntomw2st a la a a ofa11 new and de new York auctions Philadelphia and cob stand a in the Boston f we Ark a a pledge our a a j wife heir custom to toll As Low As they Cun Purchase in any Market in the r states for Cash after deducting freight and exchanges. Merchants will do Well to Call before join Ltd fast of purchasing elsewhere. Or Roll amp Gallager so. 12 Pearl st. Ale Cash dry goods store a mor Reia amp co Jato 8� Pearl st. New York. U a co. Res wet fully inform Western and Ern merchants and the customers of the of Trotter Morrell amp co. And Morrell no. 28 North fourth st Philadelphia that they have opened at the above stand a very extensive end handsome Stock of foreign and Domestic dry goods Laid in with great care and at such prices As to make it an inducement for a Early Call. Their Stock of prints is tie most extensive perhaps in the country comprising a Complete assortment of patterns and styles from the lowest to the highest grades. In addition to their Stock on hand they will is in daily receipt from the auctions and importers of the most desirable and seasonable goods which Uliey will sell at the smallest profits for Cash or City a Een Tances. Aug 1� 93 pm 95-100 Portsmouth Tribune Dayton journal Indianapolis Batto journal Louisville weekly journal and Sangamon journal Illinois Wilt copy the advertisement of Morrell a co. To amount of $3 each and the advertisement of r. Amp To amount of 2 each Send paper to Amp g., and charge Atlas office. Jones Oral hair restorative a Beautiful head at hair for Only 50 cents it will Force the hair to grow Stop its falling off cure Scurf and make Light red or Gray hair grow naturally dark. For dressing the hair nothing can Excel this a it makes the hair soft dark and Beautiful and will keep it in order twice As Long As any other preparation. From the new York Tribune january 1841. A a we see that judge Edwards of Philadelphia a Man Over 70 years of age the top of whose Bead was As Bald As the Palm of ones hand two months since has now Fine dark hair growing fast from the use of Jones co ral hair from the new York ban december 1841. Quot a Young gentleman a Friend of ours living in Bleecker st. And Well known in Wall so was attacked with fever the hair on Tbs top of his head waa dried off tie sides were covered with red Rusty dry hair filled with Dandruff he has now a Beautiful head of hair from the use of Jones Coral hair restorative. A a i hereby certify that my hair was falling out in immense quantities daily and was turning Gray 2nd that since i have used Jones Coral hair Restora Tive it has entirely ceased falling is growing fast and has a Fine dark look. Before i used Jones Coral hair restorative 1 combed out band full of hair daily. W. Tompkins is King st n. T. A. Thomas main Street Between 3d and 4th, opposite Gazette office aug 38 it sole agent for Cincinnati. Commercial. Cush ser of Commerce committee or for the month or a oust 1844. James c. Hall chairman. Lewis Worthington e. Miller John Kennett Tyler Davidson. Committee or a Feal. R. W Lee chairman. Nathan Sampson Calvin Fletcher B. Alvord m. R. Taylor. Henry Roomet Sec a. Applications to be made to the Secretary who will give notice of the time and place of meeting when its services Are Leiu ired. _ Cincinnati Gazette office aug. 28� latest dates and pricks. New York. Aug 23aug 22 23 new Orleans aug 15 n. . Pork 9.75 balt. A. Pork 10.8� Host. Pork 9.�0 n. Of. Pork 9.00 flour 425 flour 4.00 flour 4.31 flour 4.50 whisky 24 whisky 23 whisky 25 whisky 20 lard 64 lard 64 lard 64 lard 64 Western stocks Exchange at new York. Sales in blew York aug. 82. $40, h o Ohio 6�?Ts.�hca�8 $6,0 h Illinois 6�?Ts4lio#414 $5,000 Indiana s44 . On Cincinnati. On by. Orleans. Aug 23ic�u diaper cd dis. �,1 n a a i n Lia to Iti Arke to August 28. Western Waters or. We. Evens reporter for the Pittsburgh age writes us a follows under Date of tie 24th inst. 10 of clock am there is Over 5 feet water in the Channel and still rising. The weather is very cold. Our Boatmen say the Rise will reach 6 or 7 feet. A Large number of boats Are making preparations to de at this Point the water was rising All yesterday and we probably have now 4 feet Good from this to Louisville. Miami yesterday 550 urls flour,184 do whisky 191 do flaxseed 3 kegs lard 600 Bush. Com 250 do bran 140 lbs Gin seng 560 do butter 1300 do Cotton Yam 1340 do Wool. Rail Road receipts monday 41 urls flour 40 do whisky 125 Bush Corn 2000 lbs Bacon 1 Box peaches 6 chairs. Yesterday 18 urls whisky 180 Bush Corn. Flour Sale it in nil yesterday of 662 urls As follows 160 urls at $3.75, Clear 332 urls at 3.70 part inspected arid 170 urls at 3.73 and inspection and 3.76 dear 2204�ru from new Richmond sold at 3.70 Clear and 150 urls from Ohio canal at 3.75 Clear. at canal at 194, a 19and at River at 19 a 19 c. Fifth free we ret a butter eggs and poultry the Supply of All three of three articles was fair Nysater Day but not superabundant though the Market was largely attended. Crock butter retailed at 8 10, and 12 c per la and print at 1215, and 18c, eggs 7<i8e per dozen in the morning and later in the Day 6a7e. Chickens 16, 20, and 25c Par pair according to by be. Died on tuesday evening 97th inst., or. David j. Is Werfield in thu 38th year of is age. N the i ?e.�? the subscriber has taken a store on thira Street 3 doors from main Street opposite Henrie House for the purpose of transacting a general commission business. Merchandise of any description which May be consigned to him for Sale will receive due attention. 8. B. Burral. References a. Taylor amp co. S. Fosdick amp co. Burrows amp co. Calhoun amp Staples j. W. Amp W. Cooper Calvin Carpenter Cincinnati. Ap6 1.000.000 is. A ohm at Flah tabs Are sold yearly Aud for Only 12 Cento curing rheumatism Lumbago pain or weakness in toe Sido Back breast loins or any part of the body. Who will suffer when he can be so easily cured a poor child be is wasting away a said s Friend of ours the other Day a we have doctored Bun till we an tired and it ail does no Good his breath is so offensive and he starts frightfully in his sleep his appetite is ravenous and still be is but a we recommended her to try Sherman a worm lozenges As possibly be might be troubled with Worms. She did and the first dose brought away 79 Worms. That doses essentially cured him As they have thousands of others. I can to sleep a says one a my cough is so incessant it a Eum As of 1 should choke to if a Trefe Only use Sherman a cough lozenges he would be cured in s Short time. They often cure the most distressing Case in a few hears. A my head Wilt burst a says another. Sherman a camphor lozenges will cure any Case a less thou 90 minutes and no mistake. They cure sea sick Ness palpitation of the heart Low Ness of spirits despondency and the depression of spirits after dissipation. They operate he a Charm on the disturbed nervous system. Caution should be observed a procuring the genuine Sherman a lozenges and plasters or you May have some miserable trash imposed Apea you. For Sale by Thomas Book and periodical agent main Street Between 3d sad 4th. Aug 83 opposite Gazette office. Weak backs weak backs a 1.000.000 sold , Price Only 124cts. Sherman a poor Many a plaster the Best strengthening plaster in the world and a Sovereign remedy for pains and weakness in the Back loins Side breast neck limbs joints rheumatism and Lumbago worn on the lower part of the spine they entirely cure the piles and on the Small of the Back the lolling of the womb applied to the Back of the neck of children teething they give great Relief. In coughs colds oppression of the Chest and stomach liver complaint dyspepsia asthma and All diseases where local remedies tre required none can be better than these plasters. They Are tonic or strengthening stimulating and recommend them because they stick better and afford More Relief than any Ether Ever known. One million Are sold yearly. W. Hoxie Esq., who was Bent nearly double with rheumatism was enabled after wearing one 12 hours to get up and dress himself. In two Days he was perfectly Well. Or. David Williams of Elizabethtown n. J., an old revolutionary Soldier was so afflicted with rheumatism that he could hardly help himself. One of these plasters entirely cured him. great reputation these plasters have attained has induced Many persons to get up worthless imitations. Ask for Ghermanos poor Many a plaster and see that full directions for use a foe sum lie of his name a. Uberman m. Is on the Back of Eack. Trust Noue others or you will be Only twelve and a half cents. G. Thomas main 3d 4th its opposite Gazette office. Wholesale and retail agent for the Western country. N. B. Country merchants supplied at Eastern prices Thomas is also sole agent for the Sale of Sands Sarsaparilla. Also agent for harpers Bible Graham s Magazine Godey a ladies Book National Magazine. Bennett s new York weekly Herald Whiladel phia saturday courier Post Etc. Aug 22 a Jet w holes a 1.1 la How b. Squire have Assoc wholesale dry goods Hunt we. E. White amp Squire have associated themselves under toe name of White Squire de co., no 24 Pearl Street for the Sale of Domestic and foreign dry goods. Their Stock consisting in part of cloths. Cas a Meres sat nets jeans flannels Lineys Brown and bleached sheeting Blue and fancy prints Cambric and Jaco nets together with a great variety of other articles purchased in the Eastern cities by one of the firm from importers manufacturers and their agents for enables them to offer their goods to City and Ceres try dealers at very reduced prices. By 25 beat subscriber offers for Sale a tract of land situated on the Ohio River joining the town of Chilo in Clermont county Ohice thirty six Miles above Cincinnati containing from ene Hundred and eighty five to three Hundred and Twenty acres. The land is in a Good state of cultivation with All necessary buildings ac., and a Large portion first rate River Bottom. Immediate Possession will be Given. A first rate bargain will be Given in the above land As i determined to Art if application be made soon 86-tf John o. Prather. pictorial Birle published by Harper a Brothers new York. G. Thomas main Street Between 3d and 4th, Cincinnati Ohio. Grahams Magazine three dollars per annul Godey a ladies Book do do do columbian ladies and gentlemen Magazine $3 6� per annul mysteries of Paris new world edition do do French edition do do Boston translated from the London edition Matilda or Memoir Ofa Young Weman memoirs of Selvio Pellico the imprisoned poet this is considered one of the most Beautiful works published a the English language. Mothers of England by mrs. Ellis High life in new York by Jonathan Slick Esq. A Small express.,/it Thomas wholesale and retail Book and periodical agent main st Between 3d Aud 4th, opposite Cincinnati Gazette office. Having made arrangements in new York Philadelphia Boston Liverpool Aud London will be enabled to Supply All periodical agents subscribe and others with All new works As soon As issued from the press. N. B. New novels received daily tit terms feh 12 by or. Starkweather a hepatic elixir for the cure of liver complaint. Jaundice dyspepsia indigestion weakness mid sourness of the stomach loss of appetite lowness of spirits headache and All other complaints a a Ristig from a disordered state of the liver and its symptoms or Levu symptoms arising from chronic diseases of the liver Are so various of almost to baffle description. They do not All appear in any individual Case but show themselves in different persons in great variety both in extent number end degree As the disorder exists in every gradation and often for a Long time so slight As to cause no alarm being nothing More than a sense of fullness after meals with some soreness of tie bowels a disposition to drowsiness froot rations of wind ringing in the ears dizziness of the head coldness of the extremities followed by burning of the soles of the feet and Palms of the hands an unpleasant and sinking sensation at the pit of the stomach. Some cases Are attended with watchfulness or in refreshing sleep disturbed by dreams pm also on either Erie most frequently in the left extend to the shoulder Blades. The mind is often fretful and irritated at the most trifling cause the memory becomes impaired and there is a general disinclination for bodily or mental exertion. The stomach sympathies and is so much dist i bed As to Lead tie patient to suppose that his complaints arise from an affection of this Organ while it is Only affected by being in the Vicinity of the real disease. There is often a loss of appetite st other times an unnatural craving for food. The urine becomes highly coloured and is frequently voided with pain. The countenance assumes a Sallow cadaverous or sickly Hue. Many other symptoms might he named but those enumerated Are the most prominent and common Ilttre in no country perhaps Are diseases of the Livermore common than in the West the Miasma arising from marshes Rivers canals frequent attacks of ague and fever and the sudden changes of temperature constantly produce it in fact so common is it that tie very brute creation Are affected. Billious diseases Aud dyspepsia originate almost entirely in a diseased Aud dormant state of the liver and persons thus afflicted Are often continually taking pills to remove Cost Veness which generally accompanies such affect ions. That is they Are doctoring for Syrop Toma instead of causes and thus they Unger on for years taking More and More Medicina a increased amount being requisite to upon the Bowel a after the continued use of purgative. The hepatic elixir is an a alterative Quot and its effect is to arouse the liver from a diseased and to Rudd state and to Reata re u to its natural life and vigor when the liver has acquired its former healthy state it immediately re Eumea imparting to the stomach its be. Casary Quantity of bile and that which is of Good qua Ity. The consequence is that when a proper Quantity of food enters the stomach it meets s proper Quantity of a bile a by Means of which the food is digested an passes off As nature designed. Cask of liver complaint of Twenty five years standing. This May certify that for Twenty five Yescas 1 to of dieted with pain in my Side which was frequently so severe As to entirely incapacitate me for labor. I have pearls of great have found the pearls of Groad Price in the magnetic remedies. Modem Miracle Are performed the Doctore Are astonished Aud toe sick rejoice. The people have become convinced that toe magnetic remedies Are just what they Are represented. Clergymen and All Well disposed persons recommend them in the highest degree. The basis on which they Are founded might be questioned by the ignorant and evil disposed Viz. Electricity. Magnetism and galvanise. The electric effects of these medicines Are readily Felt by the patient. When the magnetic Ether is taken its comae is easily traced to the place where the galvanized fleeter is placed. New York chemists Are doing their had to Analyse it is making a great stir in the medical world. Soon of cures Are reported from various parts. We notice a few of them extract of a letter from Jane Maria Halisek Utica june Yerk. She says a a my disease has been five years standing. It baffled All the skill of physio Aue and the heeling pm a Ere o r Medicine. sufferings have been a meet beyond Turanda. However repugnant it it to feelings 1 will to gratify you Aud for the Soke of suffering humanity mention my disuse ulcers and abscesses on the womb. 1 used four packages of your magnetic remedies. They cured me. Case is Well known to physicians la this Section. You May use the contents of this letter to suit yourself. I am your Ever Gret efort servant j. Second lady now living am Glasgow Street in this City has been married eleven Yore without from by. Khe used the magnetic remedies which bed toe desired effect. Name and place will he Given to Cooee who have a right to inquire. Several More might be mentioned if necessary. Our report have increased the past weak about one third. Our space in the paper will not allow a to mention but a few of them. Farad involuntary discharge of semen 8, the patient notices a recharge after going to Stool attended with weak not Croas the Back Stone in the bladder 1, an extraordinary Cam gravel 9 gout 3 Dopey paralysis 3. Shaking palsy 1 chronic Diar i Tara 8 tape worm 1 Fite 4 asthma 5 tout a acted limbs 9 fever sores 3i chronic inflammation at the brain 1 general debility 3 enlargement or diseased Throat 1 dropsy of the heart l diabetes 9. A. Pulmonary nervous spinal Livor and so Romulous diseases 6. Remarks Yon that Are troubled with Dysh Peparia week stomachs end Ether nervous dial us May he assured that they originate More or less from the spine. Thee afflicted with weakness pain Rosemos in the Back May rest assured that they have or Are la a fair Way to have a spinal Desre. Magnetic Ether no 3, accompanied with electric pills and galvanized plan ter Are the Only sure remedies in iks worst at spinal disease. All those Tost Ara using in magnetic remedies and have reported an requested to Send us a description of their Diane of How tout Tea Adlung and what of fled the remedies have on them. There that Ufah to Purchase Mure can return to empty bottles Aud is allowed for them. Who Uto waa k Tare remain yet some uncured surely Thorn who Are in unbelief reek not ter Svi Deuce fix tear you will be converted. Huai what a saw a this a to certify that my wife has Bren Rick with. Lung a a a sited k. Consumption. We had three Dito ret doctors of her Bat All to no Yurem alter a. Was Giros up a the Doctore. 1 App tied to to. Haunted of Rochester Aud obtained a package of his magnate remedies which effected a cure. She had bees sick Soma t we years. 171 st Ati Atli Ceas tue state of state of day1d Moore persons having claims against a David Moore late of Mil if reek township deceased will present them legally proven within one year to the undersigned for settlement and All persons indebted to said estate will pay the same without further notice. Ellis Moore Aag 13 95 7 administrator of David Moore dec a. 1taliaiv chemical by Antonio Vesprini. This soap is an infallible and never failing remedy for All eruptions and diseases of the skin such As pimples blotches Salt Rheum scurvy heat spots happen cracked and tender flesh. It dispels freckles Sun Burn Morphew tan and a hanging the color of Dork yellow or disfigured skin to a Fine heal thy Youthful clearness. As a cosmetic it is really miraculous it Cleare and beautifies the skin most wonder a Fadly. It is excellent to Wash sores with for infants with tender flesh and men with sore beards it is excellent. It Curee also Erysipelas itch amp a. G. Thomas main Street Between 3d end 4th, opposite Gazette office aug 82 sole agent for Cincinnati. Oots and shoes a a a 22, lower mar bet of. Cincinnati t. Wit i Ting or. Is now receiving direct from the manufacturers the largest Stock and Best assortment in this cite. All of which he will sell 10 per cent lower than Ever before offered a the Market. Among which Are the following 4500 pairs menus thick boots 6300 5600 2250 1k�o 1570 h46 650 4>0 3480 97� 1900 1200 40� 23� do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do h do Kip do do do brogans do thick do boys do boots youth s do do boys do brogans do Kip do do do boots youths thick brogans do Kip 4lo women s calf boots 5 do Kip do do. Calf shoes do Kip do thick sole busking ladies slippers children a shoes also various other kinds not mentioned All of which Witt be sold Low. Merchants and others Are res be amp Telly invited to Call Aud examine the Stock before making their Purchase elsewhere aug 16 t. Whiting or. Brook Ville american Lawrence Burgh Beacon Indi aae Potis journal Madia Aat la Republican Lafayette free press Dayton journal Xenia Torch Light Green Vilie Patriot copy to amount of $2. And charge this of Ahry sons specific ointment. A Sovereign Ewe for bunts scalds cuts sprains scald Heads Salt Rheum Tetter Rita worm infirm Matious and cutaneous diseases of All Hinds. This ointment has been before the Public Many years and ranks As the Best remedy in use for the diseases above mentioned and those of a Kindred character. The following testimonial Speaks for itself a a shirt time since 1 was applied to by a neighbor to attend a child of his who had been dread Ouy wounded la the leg while playing with a Sythe i resorted to severe approved remedies but a vain when recollecting hearing a Day or two before a brother physician extolling toe Virtues of Harrison a ointment and mentioning the numerous cases in which be had tested its extraordinary Virtues 1 procured a pot of it and applied a portion to the wound and the result was truly wonder Tel. The flesh commenced heeling almost immediately and in a few Days the child was As nimble and sprightly As 1 have since kept a Supply always about me. And have bad frequent occasion to use it and always with the Mote satisfactory Salibl Ross to. Ogdensburg n. Y., sept. 1�. 1843. A fresh Supply of a Harris Oak a specific ointment just received by Thomas main Street Between 3d and 4th, aug 89 opposite Gazette office. A aim and saddlery hark Ware a we have just opened. In connection a a Large and Complete by hardware a a terms a of. Every variety of trim Mitziga necessary for this which we a to disposed to sell upon As Good they can be had in the w est. Also All kinds of coach saddlers and so Yenta Tore leather wholesale or retail. S. A s. S. Clark Kate Side main . Fourth and Frafel May 31 is to 33-tf Dudley m. D., professor of the Ponci e of misery. We. H. Richardson. P., professor of obstetric and diseases of women and t a Wien Thoo. Mitchell. A. Pro fewer of Meerte Medicas Rotor Ster we d., professor of chemistry and phar la to a Watson m. In professor of theory Aad Surgi a Tel my. A writ m. A. Professor a Leroy dem. Lawson m. In professor of general and it botanical Anatomy and physiology it Herbert l Dudley m. In. Demonstrator of Anatomy. The chaise for the several tickets teos heretofore of Are Oteo the terms of graduation. Goo front two to three dollars per week part Kulers Tettle May he and divested Potope Ujma m Rubaii am t hat a it Thomas lax Trutor ky., july 1844 j9 Dean of faculty rect Veu. Brass and wooden c locks a workmanship and to keep cd Crete time Are several new pattern never before brought in c Good them to Thi Market also a farther apply Price front 25 cents to $1� of looking 61c�es, _. 10 each made in the beet Man Ner Aud lower priced than Ever before drought into the City. The Public Are invited to Call end judge for themselves at r. a clock store. A a 24 45-tf 96-tf main . Fob and 7th

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