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th ad Wits &atermos ,
, ;Alr BANK Willi). DE- ,,-
FAULTERS. - L , -
ill thoes federal bank whip' who is-,
44-re to ,4ak about Ilefoultere, are bore
sitesented with a hat- -from- the 46 re-,"
,, -t-etrie,," When a 'fed opeus hie mouth.
,,,,,,..,'"-rsitgle . subject or defaulter, poke this'
, ,,,r ,411
At,;'''.-ic n nd tee how quick be tri'l gag!
'''' -1 '- , ''. '"---..-;'rQ,:r'-stt,..tl,atey,h., .. lieve.got the me.'
, . ' ''''"''''' .'""1 nd they should be'
. , , verinitteu to 4PALIE SIG . II the
- - ''.., .44cinirolittien left them. , 6 ',,,,,,.. .
' ---- ',.: The firet east then, eir.'t wi " "
- - ,
''''' ,' '' ..raeeet, is ,that of one John Adatss
L - ,, ' . ...once it President of the klnitedStatee4,
. , ' '- , . :4.. 1-1s, sirs stands upon the' records of this
, -", - ' ''" , . ,- ,ItOtrwarnnteat ,se. a defaulter tit the .11
, . , ,,,, ' , mount of 113,898.- ,Thq histor'y-ef this
'-,-,ist.',;,.. -, : ".41efecicatioatia anderetood is be:that a
p'ss.--- ' ' ' -,Issur of money twaseppropriatedfor fur
, ', . ,. ,-- . ' ...kt,WrlEbyr,ridant's hones, ,...1"ttsi.4
, , ; ,,, -, , ,..,--431s ing Pia ,,o's.,, - iii..1,30 "Lava
7,-, . ,' ; '',...,rdetit Aditme drew, s cat -,
,,,"4'..4,-,:i" .. ;.,;'-.1.141 employed till moot) in poet as, ç
, 't It 41 ,, , et eplendid carriage and,- berets, -an
, , ,, . t ' .other pereonstscoommaations. .This
,,--: A -- ---,..: . t the ettriettaling'etliter could not talon.
' ' , ..it- 7.,t''1"11e-reftraed loo,''relatjuireekthe looney.
,"''' - , ,',...' ;Alit amountoherefore remains, uuset
'4" , 4 ,.,',, :: :'tied to-this dab' and will ;until, the last
,,, t, ' - l, wrlayc ,.!.,,, .4,:' 40,-,,,,'.e'' ;',' , ..
i-:-', i - , ' .", 1 Eduaraz. flatirlitiplt, 's daraelter for
1 ? ',. .--" '.1' '- fl$16,155 (.1, in, 1,797. ' Whose edminiv
1 ,-;--- .' - ' , strati didthis happen under'? 'In doe
, , -4,4ssimit uf the- House' III, ot last , ties
- . ''. or : ,' I Moo, (41,(colletters' defaults, at.the same
,, -, .' ,,, - Irwin() ore shown to be, exclusive of ,in
, - -, - ' ;'' . meresthalf a millina of dollars.
' .- -, " - I Jiadrow end 'James Erwin. Deco.
l "::. ',- -i- ' -,trie'." ntilllAuthibite a defalcation to tin
,4..",,, ,. , " ' modest mum 0(80,000,, Who has been,
4:- ''. :.' ' e,Cbenefiterl by Ibis plunderany man bare
: ;',6 - '' , ,,' ,',',:oto answer 1 What were tho,politice of,
A"' ' -.', ' -'. -,;". lithe bitee peculators I Wiigs.
',' , ' , '--;:', V :,. -14 ' King, late collector of' Both,
t'''''',i'ory,'''.0'. ' --Aid 4 erne to be a defaulter for tbd
, . 4. si ; ' .. iae. l's ...e at et Min 'D.L... ki....
. i . ,,,: 4.giottemen now in my eye,'Mr. Events)
5'' '''.' ' inan tell us what that gentleman's polit-
; , - ,,,,-, -ntice ore, end whether be was 'tot the
- ,.,',,,., '.. ',"1,-,''. ,i4ate, whig candidate for Gevernor of
6 '''',', ' it '(thet 'Stat.; -sod whether, with all the
,', ,,,-,. . , .i.ir
. 1'1 ,, ; ':,:, ; P IttrrrUPDO ast clefelcation in which ha is
; ' .- - - t',7 ,, :involved, be did net receive' ,the -entire
'' r --, tinit vote of this,State, , t ,, , ,
- '... I , .' 00 we ride, but again :- , , ,
' -- ' - ' Joseph Alt.ingate and J. '.1.3. Swanton,
. ' '4- -I- f Ilate colleetertot -Bath also.' I have not
5' .- , -s- '-,. t
, ,- i.,,t- ,i. ' eleforama the aineualmf their defalca
A, .,, .,. . ' tic-aliens ; but -they are riefttulters ; sod
r.1,46, -' i,';- 't,'",4tte former, since his defaulcatien, has
,;-:"; 'T, '';.,',:',,,;','becit a vbig memberof Congress, , sod
t,,;" .',- 1-,- ,...nest loveingly ettibmeed .by the whole
,,,''',. :', ,, , e. Arporty.--Tbe latter, for kbiewielent abuse
, - -, ...- ' , ....cif Demecttievprinciples, bee been ra
, ,t,-,,i, , 4 ' ..sahled by thalate'Pederal Governor of
,,,''' ' ,4,'. Moine, with a reeptosible Moe, Ile
' - , ..-, 1,1" motione of tohich require a particular
,,, ,,,,, ,, . 11
- ) zsupervision of-the juauces of the county
, , ,
d ', ,,ofKeanebee A ask au oitamination of
Ii ' 'P. ,
43,..iess.o-ttoltit,siterwit; ,It will bo found,that the
lora, I reeeteemr, sad 'disbursing
12 ,.... : , i,o .0, ittleor asearly -all, support the ,
t , ,,,,,, Asti
! -,r, .r., 0,, , ..kvie s which are. now.,allsenctul attl. so '
'-', ,,, .-44ch, zest, ter ,the entire, indemnity of
-; . 4, ' -'its system a fraud end- plunder. '. Es.
,;-:.'"'-' V, -Mmino lick...181, 4oade to the Hommel'
,,-, ,t, ,
., ,- . iltepleseetatives, Febreary 28, 1838
. , . ,The lesaby -bail ka estimated! at about
i -1 I It' sa,ctoo,000 ; their -sootiest debt' was
' ,.nearly double, but-partly w000red. alto
,....I., , stmouot ie esclesive,of interes4 visit in.,
,---11-644tk., ...forest, it will-be seat20,000,000 dol.
,,,.,:;,,,. ,t," Aare, II refer to the report-4.th. Seal
'c'-' , ' Ave, Pob,-2.4938, Document-158. ,,, -
,:: . ''' i ."' , - , The lossea,prier to OonerelIaElitton's
-, t ,' ,' ;irdministretion.rby- colteotoes and fetch)-
; , 4,,, ,'. , ,;.sra, amount to 1.200,000 .dollare I the
-,,, .. --veminal tom ie 'nearly double,but part
, 4, ' .-el the sum is watered. Át is robable
- ' 4 imett.ing .411 be leetwoder Geo. Jack.
' Iki . - ... Asettra atiministretten but by :,it !diary
, ' '' Allatokine or ander the present Admint
, -. ' 7 istretiee but by ilitwerticetit sod -Prize.
2, ., ' ',little .iil be other defaulters, but th.eir
I ., ,' . 3accurity wdl be good for 41.44v:spec.
1 -.,t- ; , ilire ,amounio.' . ', . -- -P$ .4 z .'1: ', ,
;.-::...,;, ' , -,'''.iltickleetit cellecterwl;Porth4.Ambeyk
.'' ; . -.;', :Woe-produced :some -alartn,;: kis d 'fwd.,
, ' t ' - icaiino watyllttitý or fifty' Oilers'. ' He,:
',...; . ',
- - , . ?salmon erthe defaulcation -woe di s.
-1,' '' ''. 4erid, paid the rawest. fiewao a 'Be -
-'-- ,.- , '4,, Aiwa. ,He-waro miMod-by'bis ptedeces-i
t e', ,,, I ,, , .
- ' 1. ', ' - :t ,-.. ,; : ' ' f ' , ' ' ', Continid kart week.
4;-.1'32' ir 1 ').,, 7 i,, 00. K 0,13T FOR, BREARERS"-,- tit,
''' ' t i 'This hi the laconic caption .i'll a littie'rftiot're
, ,., :, ..,,,a. ,.. . . , e
- ' tie , , from on intelligent and moth e t toned
; It't . ' -' Ai issidhigirt thenortheirtput 4fthie suite.
i 5 ' -;;I;nt is decidedly of opinion that one of' the
t- ,. ',,, yr , belit, arch, daring ond wily efforts ever
t":"'''',"; 4,9wieavtAmtlatemrear,,4.imuuln full operation to
l', ;,. '1 Atzput down the Democracy it-this atia'rz-Zritt
:', ; , ' "t Ulf Arks iced lo iiona?"Shal I a well- earned
:15 r ' iriery thui be sacrificedl ....Shall the triumphs
; " 1,1t; f ths last groat contact he thus-trodden downl
, ,t ,ro - ',
r al-Who itise sleeps upon his pried What dem.
'" ''':: bent; whdett heart and sotthereenlisted,infreft
I. m's holy cansw,,,whose "ledge xis registered
r , ..1-4A, ,,, by. his country and Ms instittitionm-
4 , rwhoes pr I les ereheld too sacred for wanton
,, a, , i. ...,;1,i,,, an whose faiLla is staked to insulin
TUSCARAWAS CO-1NTIN 11 '
' A Crisis in The affairs of WIT counity,
ore fearfanature is approachteig,which
will detneud all:the 'firmness-of. obelaqi:
triot--The fropositios. of an 46Inde
pendent orConetitutiondi Tveaeurv'" is
now lite greet question on which the I
patties-in tire United.States divide. its',
eeponentsohe Whigs, are-applying evs
,ery 'effort -to -defeat -it and eustain,lhe
Wit 'already repeatedly condemned
by a mejority ibcpeople of theVoiel
"v4, conferring upon 'Banks -the prie.
itaga aroting-A,Asfisoat :agents 61 ..lhe
'Uoion, ihe Domocreey contend,
their gime) to unnecessary end ofteto
iojurious---that the Government ean
emiiI7 se any indieideal, receive and
payout the- moniesofille-Governmeat.
.Mould los not, fellow-citizenkmill
LEM, men toad -or ad least pommelled of
- -.4eyekwk,;ol ter design, who would urge to
- rime tom
vou that you in Ito a
iota of receiving motley Akio tg -you, an
of peying out. motley that:, ou-owe
out ;Hiving , it .firot ,Tabs through. the '
hands ef thb Cashter of a Bulk 1 Whet
would you think-if you Imre told that'
the 4axes mieed-for -county purposes
Ansi he deposited in- a Bank ,and that
county orders should be paid there and
no,vibere else 1 Would you not :de
clam st the height -of foil, Do-you
not know that the simplest.way of doing
buainese is Always beat! and what ie
more simple,. and plain than 'our nettal
mode. of collecting taxes and paying 1
county-orders., isinoney,ever hoard
ed so as to produce s melee in our
Treasury 1 neverand why, just be
cause the County Commissioners al.
wwyro knowAow 'much mud be provi- 1
ded,-and ,they regulate-the tax by that
amount ; just so will Congress under
the douetritutional Treasury-be able to
regulate the itivenue by the necessary
expenditure of the coentry,--so in the
State conerrnv, .the money is remitted
to th,e Treasurer for 'safe :keeping, and
is-by him paid out upon the orderof tbe
Thte 8..eve i in lie met whiggish
clays nover used Banks for ite fivéal
,egenta, andoo one has ever complain.
ed cif inoonvenienee,--ead in plying
your la:m(4y you ever get 'hold of a
county or a elate Order, have you ever
found it difficult to pey your tax with it,
unless perhaps in former years when the
Commissioners hadoot authority by law
to assess Sufficient ao skeet the county.
'ffitien you, so individuals, can men
age your own money when you,get
if your county and your mate need not
'the agency-et-Banks to collect their tee
enue and fifty oft:orders-on their twee.
tive Treasuries, where theoecessity of
hthe Ended States baring et...employing
' such machinery? --Tan.nat ihe-tallent
and Wily' to perform lbeese deties.he
as extensively commended by the'Uni.
ted Stale' of America, as by' a charter
ed operation 1by the wholn nation, as
by some20 or 30 individuate, personal
ly repponsible to no onel
We bold that such individuals-IMeth.
er governor or governed, shouldattend.
to eed.perfoim hie own business. 'Will
yod, citizens of Tuscarawae, reepond
to tint-sentiment. , Will vou not de
clare it by your voteo 1 Will you not
go with regenerated Tenn. lodiena,thi,,
indeed mill the freemen ot all the states
vle in Met recen elections hi ve op En
thie ,eubject to the tate .eliaway of
whiggery4 and in ,the encouragement
and establiehing of -Democracy.
:But It is, vecessery to guard against
the Aoublings and rrotean astute
of our ',opponents. National Re.
puldicann'oo deyWhigo te-mor
roweany-neme 116,111atter what that may
be suppoied, Wm -to -entrap the confi
'dente tif 'file .unwarycemprising in
their4anke-all sorts of .political be
ings, who aortae inclined 4. to ride a'
rirlwind 'and direct wetorm,mor whose,
(melees :condition .to such, ihat any
ehange.improves their circultivtances--u
mixed multilde of every kind of politi.
, cal faith orooliiical infidelitya band of
heterogenivis materials which must
inevitably falt4o -pieces st the moment.
of ourcesitsitaid, ere-united only by theist'
'hatred-to-thoir finadainental principle of
-Democtsclf 44.4 7'he Iodated load ef
the trectiod mambo.
Brother Democrats, thottld you 'with:.
' elerw from tlitilontest, leaving them the'
field,:were it-not for the manifest-danger '
tleitliting -to our public inatitutione.,-you
-aveittilveta.-great-aport-in their ,pairing ,
offia bend of surly purse:proud .con.'
servelives, here :countiog their 12 and
20 per cent. end -discueolog the value
.0f stocksthen a cohort of Abolitionit 1
iota, -stealing Negroesin a another o,
squad of Antiinesons, smiting the wind
for blowing in theirfeeet,elee-whers a
tretof Nelliflets arranging for a olden
i.p 1 to sui i- i---,-1-- ,-",--"-,--- tor snowing so inerriacee,elbewnere a
t . boo i los animals' 100 Mimi our wanton "t a Nadler. arranging for a opt ro
"2 . ' IV r. i (Rig . staked to sustain -"'
' " ' t mititatiolia an W Woe a mg
, 4 ,,, f s,,,,,,,;aut defend 0, peg.tiLto , eiver,cee plumber nowt ded trinmph of' a few over the many,
,, r,,,, ,o, ,,..,...w. coil opon the dem f-aracy of Cello, in the 'Down -east i 4 nest of -eothusittate
to aWallefreal , heaved Suspending Sunday mails, -and
' i '' ,.,--,,41.ame of eoe cause they defend.
- ti?,.. 1 :.' -4 lethargy sod indiffereoasoonLet them remember ;1, .0.
no sympathising:delicate,ance,, who
' 1 cs.f''''''''4h1 Takla ór A 11"thilirliaturFrtlyieettitievere" I kook) tonna , the Indian with hie titn-'
'''' ' ; '' - 4 -,''' .''74)...utheblicatiton' rPsvsnolf 'a" ii:gffregdisye." --, Turseigmthuag. : 1 alit ok le Ike' lands be his with,a if.
Is - ; ,',' 1, ' rgents are shroadThe federal phalansare in acs ficiolly heel) persuaded advantageous
. 4' -,1:-.,-. '' -oo motions, Wa must not tA Iculai"Pon,,,"1 ty te abandon; such a scattering to
',.'Iti ..,-easy a econclumt over Smith' an ooversary ner
1 oi '-it Willett befsll the whig ranks, has
1; ,,44' $' c' yelson jet rise or fall Upon the ream I. moils .
r A 're ., "the FIVOT on which hearse tlis tete Olivia par,44p. war ceounred since the day that No
v,' 't.'' '' 4 '.tvi I, limes flesh, and bents timeless. will be pet., SJ'a ark ofteatety was abandoned, and
,.., - , 1 ;,on A, tremenoinut rush will homer's). like that ,arlt, mir constittrion, oar pc,.
, 4 ..,;-0 hypo's as at the POLL.O.--tivery doubtful res. I IA
I cal Ark' weid414 be abandoned, and nu
''''' ''r ' . - ' 11 tn at will be put undst hibitto. so-.Beveralalnlia,,
-evershadolk'',,the . -nation. But we
-444,,', '! ' .' 4iCuoks am upon- 8 Milk, scattering &strands in
trust lathe voiebtiness of truth Oat it
N..,,,,,,sabroad,and sov ,g sedition meg ri7s,h molls' . . . . ....soo . s d
Awake friends "DreaKerli tu AWITI , Pdt the ,,wil, preoketit its ,signet lo,e,ograije by
. qthiCal t 3 I P 1 "'"' 1. ' ' ' l' ' ''''' : '''' "4;14, tha diamond of light.upon tit ptinciples
, 4. - - .44- , 44i ' - - ' ' '', I of D mooracyt guided by'. its infloen
4 cort 1 so , ,... e
;t I , , ; we sballivevail. , , ? . , ,c,r,..,
, , rot or Demootatst .;Ttle Dam.
cercild convention two :presented le
their folitical friends-ft( -Otis county. a
list otCandid etas', trees in',tinoriti and,
Hiticit worth; geallemeion"wliose
'firmesos and integrity, t(e may -"rely to.
sustkinour.principles in the tomingori-
sic That our county eontains many
-such, who have :teal:sad ability,. to sup
port:the tense-of Demooracyi saw be
denied; and au- selectioue ifsom .them
inustle Made ..ie 'order to ensure sue..
coos, and as theconvontion unanimous.
ly determined loose silbonerableeser;
tiom kto :promote the election of Alit
etedidates nomivated; so:it: isbelievild
.ilie whole demooratin party,,wdi enso-
-imously, to a. man, enlike 2d Mode,'
ofOctoberoext, coofirm' that diatom-)
entitle-Of sille convention; and -by their
-prompt andetuted riaitions at The polls,
satisfy, the sista thet aOLD,r,FUSCIA
RA WAV.i.e no-longer e'elesto to Mos
- it ..,.
nepotists, -,t nat thaeoostitution of the'
U. States its plainend obvious read
ing is oati guide in et-political prinei.
e er sofa as lliiireounty's voice:
P t -
can roach, it oill proclaim the improt
Lpriety of legislating :by-congress upon
'fancied ; or implied-worths we will
by our votes declare that reg no tenger
approve of placing in the hinds el-bank.'
Ogehylooks the control of ourcurrenoy;-,but
that the. conatitutionS1 currency
thall 66 , thirmeasure of the value of our,
property and.laber. ,.., o :,.:, .., . . ., !
:' Already have these chartered "els of
'aristocracy, bowed : to ;the will of the
petiole,. and notwithstanding -their loud
anathemas of tile taw of last wititer,and
their-threats to resist it, they have-quailed
:before the -democracy :of numbers.
Let us ot :the polls evince our deter-,
,mination to maintain the sqpremacyof
hir kw, and confine then to their tip
:preprint sphere ,iu businees. They
are perheps .st this day a neccessary
evil, and our -.union and determkation
will convince them that their letisionee
depends upon their eschewing the evil of
theetways and thew learning io do evell
Citizens of Tuacsiawatil You who
would strive that our Institution, should
, a so administered that by their opera
tions the greatest good ehould be done
to the greatest number, you who would
maintain' inviolatethe sacred ,principle
of equality io theoperation of our laws
and equality of principle in the strain of
lifewho would roe equal justice, demi
to the poot and rich; you who would not
by legislation Clotho a:favored few, :with
therivileges of smaseing wealtbst the
expense fifths manywowthe would kited:
in the loototops of .itilfoesen, cometo
the polls, and in .supporting the -condi.-
datea selected by the Demooratio con-,
venfico,. prove to the world hat lettere,
DOI book bought slavesthat you time
the nerve traconiend with the concentra
ted tortes of Afammenthat you will
shake off ht donutuition, ,, and reduce
-kis agents .to iiiii pofitical lettel of t the
people.. -. . ,,, - . .
Tuscarawea county hae repeatedly
been deprived of its just inflame in
the Colineils of . the state, by the in.
trigues of our opponents to divide sts---
and at the last -election the supineness
ore Tiw, lost toms aportionef our lick ,
et. Aroatte then end go manfully to the
polha, cue nod all,:and in onion there
show our strength endechievoivictory.,
A deep-scheme is laid aerl in oper
ation.tortivide our forcesto sow dia.!
erosion among us. One:Samuel Dotigt
las who pretended ; when he :resided in
:our county, to be noutralinpolitico, has.
: on various pretences 'traversed VW
State :to concoctplanti for divisions in
tho Asmocratic ranks. Ilis ,progrest,
through our county, though as stealthy
:as ,burglar's was -nevertheless eb..
:served, end-hiserrand detected.. : Chaff
this traitor to his friends and the.pubhe,'
succeed; oriyill you-teechthim ,and hie
employers by your -unanimous -and full
vete, tlietthe Democracy of Tuscaraw-,
as is not to be chested:by-sod oiling,'
out of their rights and principle& : .
You 'have seen the-courseof his otteli
cessor :of the Advocate, thew be bark
uniformly mruggied .4teinceim gotelt
the fence," to sustainhis party by slanders-anti
hbelsopon.tile opponents; and
you have seen,if -you havirreed hie dis
gusting sheet, that .iii:no one instance,
has be attempted whether by :argument
04, Cael, le elucidate of 454lablibh II Sill.
gle politicalprinciple.i the bee teen
the George -fifths Vulture and the Hy.
ena located mon t kis, not 'ander de
name hie father bore, be -bas lived-side
ofsionder mid-detraction, and : now bis
political friends:albeit late vonventiois
declare . that !iis he hae got off the.
fence." teis entitled , to their eupport
DeMetrele, toned Melly( whatever
-partý;;are you prepared to endorse tint
: resolution I 'Will you at ibe pone lama
lain those Whe thus 'boldly,- oritoder Wet
end riot in elanderett ''..1Vill 'you not,
if for nit other 'cause sultain the man
devoted tethe cause of equal privileges,
aid math with :your coodernnttion : at the
polls, the party whit-bedwaters. prin.
ciple, but subsiots en the sedomof slan
der sad debection. ,: , ,, , , ; ,
- . .- , ' - T. D. :MMEAL, -- -- ' i
. ,' ,... 'ItT.,-P.130NIIAM.,..,,.!..'
i., '' - '',: -' ISAAC MESE, ,! '
: 1 , - , ' '', 11..CADJ: ..- .4,..,7 - , , '
-, ' ' ! ', ,1 ' , ''' Contraittee.- .
, , ,.. ;,, : ,,.,,, ot
. ' ' A seG' WOOL 1 -''''' ' ' '
.):, DOVElto'' Wilt Moe' ;vs
TB OF 'Mind wool to Card. fur
j ' 4 ,
' s T.TE, is her,4)phin Cerchng .Madtine
living Just and pima, to them on short
n" eststs of,10Ec - ' '' ' ' ' '' ' 1
1. ;MOWN & Co,
est 193t1,If,.t ,,, .
jhey, isLOofst accounts 't
'irlitutierr,-0 ollttet;n1toYseaáror,' ' ;,' ' . - ' ': '1 ' ' ;
.44 , s psymo
1.41ale,o,p9p, ,'".,v,IAC ' ,
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TOE ÐEIIIOCR AT
, CAN L 110VER 011'0." -t
sratrasDAÝ, sErriNBEit 26. 1839.-
BAliiiitEroR)r'rillisti Tile WORN.
with ysur banner, k fmodiT
Th los is to the fisidtiw sert4 z I nazi
;Lenten se, some rorth Ili miehd
Ier Ismi9e. Littsrty, sifinityRightl,;
MARTIN VAN BUREN
RNLI -AN INDEPENDENT TREASURY,.
IIENRY CLAY, t ' "'' i
f ,AND , 3
liaTtess' Itån or FIrr'r ;
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN TICKET.
, for Reprelpentstivria
-t , , .
- - Sheriff, - ,
", Cominieelonet, '
SAMUEL MILLER, -
, , , , For Assessor, , ,
LEW:S.0011N WELL. ,
; For Surveyor, ,
, Tie: V. BEESON.
' rot Pros. Attorney :
JOHN D.' CUMMINS.
TO THE DEMOCRATS.OF THE COUNTY.
' In twelve days you mill be called' up.
on one and all of you, to go and Once
your votes in the 'ballot box. ,It is then
of urgent necessity that you should be
on your guard, and watch who you vote
for,-Iest you be deceived. ,
,,, In ail the nieaeures of the modern
whigs, in their VI' in their public
mbetinge, their newspapers, , and at
the Polito, their whole ,depeneence is in
using fraudulent meano to deceive yes,
and betray the itinocent;- practising all
the fraudein their power, tin sou Dern
ncratto, and the constitelion. They
thaws lately resorted to the basest means
4nitigue Bed treachery; for the purpose
ofelandering with their slimy tongues,
,the men whom you have nominated to
uphold the laws; men who have boom
probed to the core, and found impen
etrable to the seducive powers of mow,
led aristocracies; men who advocate the
doctrines of "the greatest good to the
etestest number,"and then wbo do
honor to your county, to your State,'
the ; Union and to the Democracy of
number,. , - -
Does it not thentebove you, to watch
your hive and your right 1 It certainly
does. Tnen pry -out and Amoco pie
scheme of the whip, end you will be
convinced, who ate for eneititeinmg the
laws, you will find nut which is your
party and the party of the people; then
unite yourselves and elect this paoty to
the offices of the; people, end you will
have done a deed worthy of the deseen
dame et Jefferson, and "GLORIOUS
TO THE DEMOCRACY OF THE
It is with Much regret that we feel
ourselves called upoe to reply loan ed
iterial,o'Brood Run" article, w Web made
Ito appearance in the lab; Advocate.
We bad anticipated thm the present po.
litical contest might be tuffereeto pass
without having those Atte ve personal.
attacks made upon any of the candi
rlateeter without having all their proem,.
niary end private matters dragged be
fore the public, which have no bearing,
upon the main question, end which the
publie are in. no wise interested ; but it
seems we have been mistaken. ..
If the editor, in the article above alu.
clod to, had not labored to mierepre-.
sent and give false impression', we
would have auffered it to pass in silence.
Hie attack is upon Mr. Brainard, out
Representative, and in making his ran
dom bhetc, if he has kicked against any
of his own friends don't lay the blame
tie ea. In the article under considern.,
title, he et) a that Mr. Brainard afier he:
remitted to this county, " was se sit'
a Whig as ever breattted ;" this we are
sutherieed to say is falee,'Mr. Brain
ard embraced . the Democratic princi.
teli and -identified himself' with dm
'tarty Wore be resided in Toscaratme
L county. Immediately after he came to
.iiiis cloGnly, his !politica wets known
end : deratood 'by :the Democrats,. ne
With 'Wray - splutter ,fritirt the fact tbat
the ret Detrilletatie totreenti011 Itibich
met, being eel more. than JAI menthe
after ho removed Itere., DTpointed him
lane of e committee.., 150 much then for
that -statement. , He next pretends to be
:convinced that ,the Bank Reform prom
lotathie Year, ae last, le all a humbug ;
:for stye he, 6,1 fliers does cot live in
Tuicarayean , county, a man who lute
teed to ;stand in more fear alba Bankb
then .fr3ebastien Brainardevidently in
teddies to, make the impression that be
(.1tr, , Urainard) is largely indebted te
Banks. , We aro also authorised in nay
ing that Attie attempt in' charging Mr.
'Brehm& with standing in fear!ef the
Banks, is Itillsieeill and without . the
least, foundation I in, truthe-that Mr.,
Brainard in not Indebted One dollar to
eel Beek in, this -worldand that ti he
ia 44014 his obJeeytatentioa and ite.
- , It tpfl : '-e.'i ,.,.:,,. ,. ,,:,,.,
4r;e-v-7.-will b e to2feeliPerflitt Dank re..
form agreeable to the whales, of its
Patrick's nest, attempt bt to b utlit
bug the people with the impression that
0 petition is to be got up for the, bogie
laiure, to induce them to pass a law it
makelthe borrowers film $20,000.
loan, give more security, Or make the
anCibat Sebastian Brainerd 'meet be!
elected to keep down the passage of
tech latir,Thie, fellow Democrats, MI
one or James Petriclitt tricks se. hd,
inowokolexits,ite knows thatibere
no such intention,,it is 004 of his ant'
rul humbugs to frighten you out of yout
votestim knows full wall that, that lose'
1,)as imen made agreealsle to the requisiA
lions of the lawthiw the !Legislature
would in no wise be induced to interfere
the maiter..-andikat in notvent conid
they pass a law to impair the nature of
that tontract, et make the Fund Com
Anistooners personally liable therefore
1But, granting Paula's suggestions to
be true, (which cannot be) we feelno
lbesitation in saying that Mr. Brainerd
would as cheerfully protect the Interests
of the teople in that matter Dahill op.
patient so much then for that humbug.
Then, with a long' yarn of.birtrary, be
proceeds- to make. ILISO Of Coovereation
iforporting ,to be between Mr. Atherton
lend Mr. Biainard, attempting. to make
it eppearathat , Mr. Brainard turnedo
tomereet from-Whigery toDemocracy,
in order toobtaio a quantity of the
66 Surpfut pop," forgetting, presume,
to mention at the' same, time that his
friend, the Hon. John Everbard, got a
good hearty stick - from,. she, tame
,draught. ' We 'would willingly have let
Mr.. Everhard pass in this matter,
but troni the fact that his friend began
'the foul pley, end if be will attach him.
elf to a party who will degrade them.
'selves so low, se to have reeource to
inch unjustifiable means for electicm-.
tiring and deceiving the people, he bee
one alternative fur s consolation, be
can say, " poor tray got beverely. beaten
by being caught in bed company." ,
More of the fruits of Baniting.--ti
has teen posed that, from the time the
late Bank film II States was charter
ed, till its charter run, out, a period af
20.yeare; every icongreesman from the
city of Philadelphia with the exception
of two, wet. personally interested in the
Bank, either as directors, stockholders
or couticihnen; thus we see the , bank
durihg all this time had its tools, to war
with government, whenever its interests
required it. Whatever , affected , the
bank, affected its tools; and they ere
always ready to obey its bidding&
tem' wade theni West to the Bank,
while the bank corrupted and bribed
thorn, tobetray their constituents., Now
were these the , representatives of the
people. or the representatives of the
Bank I is a question eaay anewered.
Tag Winos lf the whim of the
present day could have the honesty to,
look beck, end retrace the past, and fel,.
low up the faint 11000 from the ' first or-:
igin of the federal party to the present
day, what an awful contrariety of names
could they lay before the world. ' Yet
all these though taken froni every maim.
try. end stolen 'from every party, take.'
them all, and they would not be a -mitel
towarda filling up the , chasm existing
between the principles of the old whir;
of the revolution, and 'the whige of the
present lime& Still the medern whigs
art thoones that blather forth the word
Trinciiles.1 but they regard it 'only as
a name, and -well they may, for it is,
well known that they ere as devoid of
any sound principles, ea they ore of con
eistencY in their doings; from their
bizheet candidates for the presidential
chair to the lowest county offices, there
is nothing but one continual course of
political juggling practiced by.them on
theenwary.. and to such a pitch hire
they carried it, that the it040 honest
parte( theirparty have beteme diegue..
ted; and when the head rebels against
the tail, division, end defeat must al.
ways bailie consequence.
46 DROWNING MEN WILL':
' CATCH AT STRAWS ,
It is act a little amusing to Irnow
the tricks end divices that the wfiigs,
ever frititful, have resource to in their
electioueering. One that has particu-.
, tarty amused us te that they are urging
as one trajection. to our Representative
that be a wt.ig at heart, some say
01010 b,alf ',big, others tit), full
blooded ; Veit' seems with them s knock
down argument against him, and forms
tit insurmountable. barrier to his lee
tion. If Mr.'Brainard ts really a whig,
they would seem to say he is not fit for
a Representative, and in this we most
'certainly agree with them; but coming
from the whige themselves and urged
as an objection against him, reminds us
of Satan casting out Devils through
There ere other fabrications of more
malicious character, which bast', been
, put in circulation to injure the,election
of our Repreaentative candidate,,, .,0oe
of these we have been enabled to trace,
to the doer of hie opponent, the Hop.
John,,Everbard Alia we "did uot look
forr-we tonfess, ti has taken us whelly
open "Lurie ; yet, ouch. is the nature
of our evidenie, that we are involunta
rily led to to ,conelusion. that Aorta his
overwhelming, anxiety , tn., ebtaia,
electiont, be has degraded.bimself to the ,
!evil with the detaalogne ;nil obstAling
" , .,
- ';' ; ,
- Mot lei oil 'guts r ! oor friends ageing' , ,
Hering ant stint , Loiterer credit...-
Os may seem to 4 'heir routes, gotten ,,, ' '''-
and put in eirett -tion on the eve of ", ,t''
'be election, for reek sseured thoy have - .
do other object Or intootion, but to de ,,,
ecire you and cheat you eut of your , 4-
VOlfith - There is no man. it would seem , t,','
that would bare been brought before the '',
public, whe had leacenemiee or fewer ''
faults to moue tor, than Mr. Brainard ; , , '1,
yet such is the fruitfulliess of' his oppo- ;-
vents and the eatute of the', oppositi.m, , , ,,,
that; takieg 011ie caudal that.has been - , '
put in circulation against him, yeti would ' ' 1
hardly.think that aeother could be,found .4
in ate county So depraved rattddishon- . - ,
est . But let them ge on, tlly will on '''i
ly work their, own. -destruction r it is ' -
thekeid tricks that they are 'lit 'lake,
and we fully believe that the democrats ,'
will apreciate them for, what they are ., . .,,,f
worth. ,,. , ,!vi,-., '..',, ,,, ..,,,s, ,,,,,, .
We believe tbil oo democrat will be - il
inclined to ,thititt' that' the Contention , "?
would place et tile head of their ticket, ''.
a man of whom there would bi the 'neat ;1
suspicion of him genuine ,demodracy et (-
integrity or purpose, tuch ,a suspicion
would rfftainly do much, injustice to . ,
the salinity, of your delegates, whould - ,
there,tootretert after all be'any doubts "
in the mind of eny pne, wewill in addi . t'E ,.
tion predge our Own reputaiion,that there
moot, 'a sounder- &Hitch:rat in Tuoca 1:
rawaft county than Mr. Brainat . ,
. . . , ,-,. 1, ,
ET Another Somerset, to be performed. Mt I.'
Everhart!, we' nntlinitand trtint. itriinestionabte t,
attlhority; is electioneering against his opponent :. .
by sating Hits the Dutch againitithe yinkee,and . ,
ihat it the Dnich Cant beat the ynnbee ha Will
(Urn parse Ate Valance' of his ite" vie rather
think, he irtryinglt in iitiViin ; it; 60 how it
will sooOt. ''''' ' '4,f '' 1,''' 17'1 t-,. i ',,,ð,, 4
An othar senierset we may rpect then lifter
election,. provided always that A does not take
place before. It is said that the Data yankes La
the ;worst or all Math,' it would, certainly leans
so fiom the evidence Vre:have had !within a lbw
days. : '; .!
zr: re w 'weeks 'more,' and the Atte of OW
party in the legislature ill be sealed.. Impora
tont result hang upon the action of the next
General' Assembly. Arco. iteinde, every..
where,prepared for distionteett Artlinion and
harmony, ,COOCASSiOn1 and conceq, rim mutual
pledge. tHend to diet iti great strugglet
Have we peace and union jbroughout our bor-
demi And- ea repabliceð1;-'iVerywhere, ap.
pretties the importaame, Via united. action in
support of the. candidate Oft:party to which
they belongt , Without ibis,. keen have no
promise suchen.' 'Without this; 'all is doubt
and uncertainty. .Without, this ' we shall be
tloomed to feetthe iron graep ofifederal power
until the last link in the chain of Bank Domino
ion shall be riyotted upon pa FOREVER.
The New Hampshire Patriot soya the federal.
bite preetna they have a PLOT to'blow Vita flu.
reit out ef water, and elect a Wend: 'President,
Some,think it is a bargain to run Clay for Pres.
ident and Hanition for Vice Preside: soma
think' that both are to he dropped and a ne
candidate atertidbut wistertfidigi' soya'
thit Webster basing been ought of foi 62,000
half 'that sum is to 'be, appropriated to huy ofr
Harrison; and leave the field clear' te Clay, with
Frapk'-',Orangir for:, Vice P.,.Our opinion is flat
the "sleepingthunder7 which has been so long
in holding hy S federal editor in this State le
to be itt looes tiptitt, the democracy, which wilt
teiti Van Soren's, VitOWsalell evil' the hea.
vend and Aire were conking rogether.-g
Mairie and Vermont Electiöns....:;-The rollow
ing cenatitutes the lateit lintolligtince Which wo
have 'received rilittiVe to',We resea
struggle whi0"has been , going' op 'in these two,
Stater. The, beritocracy 'of Maine have
umphed by soma pill 'or eight thouiand majori
ty. The Democray ,of Vermont, where ,we had ,
but litter to expect, hair& indeed done nobly.,
Although die Feds have electett 144 Covernor
by the skin of his teetholte Democrats. have
succeeded in electing a tooweity to theLegielw
tore large enough to give thew dm majority nn
joint ballot. The caws of Federalism is indeed
tottering, and ere long will crumble to itot eta,
tors chaos. Canton Democret,,,:
COMMUNICATIONS . , Ik
' , Fur the Dentocrat.' r ',,,
Mleana FDITORS : ,.. ' .-
Pored) ly this cotnmunication may draw npon t -
me the ceraure of a portion of the IN'hig party vi
er Tug:mown County; if ao, I via have the k!--; -
moderation of feeling that my motives are cord 3 ,
rect, and that the sentiments contained therein I -
are substantially Whig, andWill bé hpproved by I ',,,.
the honesi of. that pang, with which I have al i 1
ways acted. Thereforef any condeMn me for i
;hid candid exprousion of opittion. it will be the ,,,-, , -
dishonest, only, whose obtuse will pass me, ' ' .t ,,,,
"As the idle .wind, winch I heed not." --I --,
em not one that is fond of the "din nt polit7 ' ,t,-,,
'Ate," nor ever engaged adtively in its, exciting 4 1
scenes ; but have rather kept aloof, elided :.,,t-1.-
with sileaily depositing my vote at'ille ballot, 4kL--,...-
for those whom I thought the "moat honest-- it.4 ., '
the most capable" of being entrusted with dia, i ,
publiuk interest.. Yet for voting for racers or t. ''', .
the geneml or state government,I have unia2rm I St; -,,--
ly given my voice in favor of those orb wets ,,
pledged to:carry oxt the avowei principles of !'
the whig party 2 and for Inkier ;Agent when ;. ,
the claims of opposing candidates. wove nearly , ,
ballanced I have alwaya given tprecedence in .
Weil who advncates1 the snme political princie ,
pies with m7seA-' Dut thank God, I htwe neve ---
er, as yet, been IQ !Madly devoted to that Jug-,
pinata pal ai recklftelf, 16 saeritioe mp. , '
deliberate conviction of riiht tó Itt destructive .
oreetoBut tit et7eubjeci;eti'','.4's ',,
1 : ' ' Op, looking 'ever t
the names el' Candidates, ettleotect'hy 114 late,
yyhig Coevention, I tea; ourpiteta end mortiAl ;,-
ed to see that ottA098 OVERIV,;- tlotOeuer1
ty Treasurer,. .1Totetion in,o,,'re': -s ma
wart Ity been a dawootatiaiiblg WA
, ,,, , ,"
4111 I I
' . e '
eu'e In Inl-eYe' Pm by" regulate the -revenue by the necessary will comities them that their letistence your votes in the tallot bra.' ,It m then Itch unjustifiable means for election. the Nero or all einifte it wouldeertainly seem ,
, what that gentleman's poli. '' 1
expenditures of the eoentry,-so in the depends upon their ebchcwing the eVit 01 of urgent necessity that yew should he eating and deceiving the people, he bee so filen the evidence ve"have bad within allow . :. . I
Ind - whether bewoov et th
6 State concern& "be money is remitted theitways end their:learning to do melt on your guard, and-watch who you TOIO one alternative for a consolation, be days. , ,:, '.; 6,47.; 3,,ta,,, ,,,,t .. 7 1.
r Se,' ser:or of
candidate ' re- toth,e Treasurerfor safe :keeping, and Citezens of Tuecaraward rou who for 'Ittet you be deceived. ". ,-- ,' - can say, 4' poor tray got boverely. beaten
:,' - ' i
3; end whether, with all the .
ew Weeks 'more,' and the Atte of Ottr
i all' the 'Maguire. of the modern b bein cau hi in bad cam any."... e:r A r
, is-by him paid out upon the orderof the would strive that our Institution" should ,,, ,- 0 y g g p
party in the legislature will be sealed.. lomors . V
,,,: ' s tent resulto hang upon tha action of the next
'tar. This 8. .eve I. in its mtet vi. higgteh te so administered that by their opera- whip, in t.heir causes te,' in their public . ' 6
, days never usea Deng ,for its gecal tions the greatest, good ehould be done meow, an Thew newspapers, , and at mere of the fruits of Bensing.--it General. Assembly. Ars .onr deindo, ovary. , .
has teen ;trotted that, from the time the
ll eif Thist6tell' t t ,- , . ,egente, andwo one has ever complain. to the greatest number,you who would the Polito, their bole ;dependence is in whers,propared for thationtent i Arelittion and . "' ,
late Bank film U. States 'was charter- harmony, ,soncession, sod concooktho mutual , ,.
ide, but again :', ., , , ed, (if , inoonvenienee,-aad ;in plying maintain' ineiolatethe sacred ,principle Doing fraudulentmeane 10 ' deceive yes
Wingate and J. ill Swanton,
derst Aril, skin ron pautbilticial4loglioworhoarrier, baor- , ,.,.
. eour taxes, if you ever get hold. of a of equality th the,operation of otar-laws end betray the isnocentt- ,prectising et; ed, till tb charter run. out, a period ee Vstewl histendatedikiwid inrhiettgreet struggles - -
11Ilell-Ettith "me' ' I bave De' county or a' mete Order, have yoe ever and equality of principle in the dein of the fratdain their eower, on sou Derse6 20.years; every wongressman from the "'
the -amouanof their defalca- city of Philadelphia with the exceetion
, found it difficult to pay your tax with it, life-who would eee equaljustice, done' vocrets, and the constitelion, They
.tetithout el'', ell is doubt . ; .,- '
prociate tho importers's, Ofs. united. action Tn4 .. ',, , ,.
tut 'they ,are .tiefeulters I atm
they !tatting I , Withont.thia,Nwo.ean have no :....:,
of two, wee' personally interested in the support of the candidatet oxthe party to which : ' .
unless perhaps in former years when the to the poot and rich; you who would not three lately resorted to the basest means
, since his deftiulcatioo has Bank, either as directors, stockholders
Commissioner' hatnot authority by law by legislation clothe levered few, with -wipe arid treachery; for the purpose
or counciknen; thus we see the , bank rtruieen ettl."i:icteewl
ig meatherof Congress, , end
to assess Sufficient to skeet the county. therivileges of serisseing wealtbst she ,of slandering with their slimy tongues,
doomed to leelYt.hetWirolothg"rappl' thoies'eewdLlthpaeliwbesr
linty entierieed by the whohe durihg all this IWO) had its tools, to war
expences 7 ----- -- expense fifth" manyiectutvho veldtest the .nien 'whom you . have nominated to a ,,,
government, whenever its interests
, , ,.' State pirlietin. ' . ..O ,'
latterlterIbil'etelent atm" IT-then you, ms individuale,'ean man- in the looteteps of tiefforwan, cometto upheld the laws; men, who have been with until the last link in the chain of Bank Doming; , '
rticeptinciples, bacithen re- required 'it. Whatever affected the ion shall be rivotted upon. pq, FOREVER. - ' -
age your own moneesoken youget it the potty and in ,eupporting the eandie probed tothe core, . and found impen
tholatelFederet Governor of bank, affected its tools; and they ere ,,, .3 , A 1... '' ' -; ;
, if your county and your mate need not datee sellected by the Demoaratio con-, atrable to the seducive powers of mon.
ith s reepcusible office, Ise , always ready to obey its bidding& In.
the agency-et-Banks to collect their tev ventionr prove to the world "hat yeuere led aristocracies; men who advocate the The New Hampshire Patriot sari the ream!. - -' - '
of hick require a particular 'emit made there behest to . the Bane,
, enue and pity off orderson their respec. not book bought alaoes-that you tette doctrines of othe greatest good to the. isto pretend they have a PLOT to'blow Fah nu. t., .;
1 PitefiauceS tf the eel" tive Treasuries, where thenocessitv of the MVO teconiand with the eencentra- toes-test numbet,"and men who will do, while the bank corrupted, and bribed ren out of water, and sleet a Wend: 'President, 1 '
coil ask au ettamination of .. Ended states haying ot.employng
i led tortes of diammenthat you -will honor to your county, to your State thorn, tobettey their constituents., Now Somashink it is a bar at '''.
g n to run Clew for Pres ' ,,. 1.
i.' ,Itwill .be fou,nkthat the '"' 't were theitothe , representatives, of tbe - - ' -
such machinery? --Tan toot the-tallent shake off to d d d
oe, onunation,.1111 le Imo 1 a . atm a 0 e emocrecy o .
h U nd I lb ID , , 'dent and Hamson for Vica Presiderd 2 soma . 4,
i soolieter, sod -.disbursing , , , people, or the representatives on tne .
-1 - ke and ability to perform 'theee detiesbe -kis agents to the pofitieal least oft the number". :7- 4 - -- - think that both are to he dropped and a new . 'Al ,
1,-or wearli Jill, nuiTurt III as extensivel d d Ai li 'II 1 . - - Doee it not thentehove you, to watch
y commie e y i e ni. peop & ' . -,, -, ., , . Bank I , it is a question eaey anewered.
candidate startid-gbut à wisfortfidifdi' nye ;.:'':i'-'
oh are now,tilveirced with so
ted State' of America, as by' a charter- . Tuscanyse Wouoty has ' loneatedi Y
v our laws and your sight" 1 lecertainly ,' ' r ..' ... . thit Webster having been ()Ought of tot. 62,000 -T.
I, forthe entire, indemnity of Tee Vi was -lf the whiga of the . , ,..,
ed ooeration I -b the whole nation, as ' ' does. linen ',eel and ,dateet he -
ef fraud end, plundes. '. Ex- . , Y. . . been,deprived of its aidet indoence in , FY , .. 1
- present day could have . the honesty to half 'that sum is to Ini, appropriated to buy dr . , ,,,:...-!'
D some20 or JO individuals, personal the cornetts of 'the state, by led in. scheme ot the whip& end you will be
look hick, and retrace' the past, and fol Harrison;and leave the field cleaito Clay, with ' ' . ';
,-:. I 91, ,inade to, lhe House f
1 Yre i nsible to no onel convinced, who are for eneirettinmg the , - , ., , . , -,- .
tives,-February '28 '1838 Y "P ' trigues four opponents to divide sit- low up literate" tinge front the ' first or. Fella:Qom forVics P Our opinion is fiat " . it'
1 ' --, .. ' ' We bold that such individuals Meth. nd at the lastelection the supineness laws, you will find eat which de your , , , . , .. ...
by-Wilkie . estiniatee st ahem
er governor or governed, slieuldattend: se 1 d h f I
fdw, lost tows a.portionwf our tick. Par Y an i e PartY I In fieePv In"
I , lien oi tee letter& party to the present the "slettpingthunder!' which. has la;en so tong ' ,
1; 'their -amiell debt' Wa6 10 aod,perform hie oWn busin Will n I he e 1 y e lv d
um our e es, an ,e set
1 this trinfty to day, what an awful contrariety of names ie .bettlin4 hy'a federal editor in, this htate, ni -, -
el. Amore I wend go man ully to the 1 fore the World ' Y
cou d they ley be et ,to.be tet tooss (Teethe democracy, which wilt '
ibis, but-partly "Neared. iThis
ott, cilizens of Tu"carawae, reepond d u ' the offices of the nple end you will
polls, one en s ,and un emelt there all these though taken froni every coun. '
ten! tdr; VIM Buren's- .istowssea, isif the how- '
miclasiveof interee4 with in.
to thiesentiment 4 Will you not de- have done a deed worth ' of the-deseete
eill-be sear20,000,000 dol.'. . . ,, show our strength endechievea ;victory., , end etoleolrom every party, take. .ri3'Mi (Ma airs ' tit
.1 f Y'"1, RI US it).1 vie're cumin i h ' - '
. . .., , , , : g pget ni- g . .r V .
dare tt by your votea 7 "I" "nu net A deers-scheme Os laid Mut ,ift Der- dente et of erson, end G 0 0
them all, sod they would not be a mite - .
rer to the report-to-the Sent o with re d T I d. Q ' "1'0 THE DEMOCRACY OF THE
generate enn- 0 lane, lie ation.thdivide Our forces-to sow die.' ,
i Mairie find Vermont Electiónii.-The folio. . .
' 1938, Documene158. 8 towarda filling up the , chasm existing ,
0.1 - indeed with the freemen ol all the states 2 EPUBLIC." . , , , ,
sension among us. Onetarnuel Doti ; " between the principles of the old whip ing cenatitutea the (atilt' lintaltietiee Which we , le,
meprier to enseelleekton's 0,11 in mei races. elections hi veep . to h
d d , h h d d - ' .- ' -
las w o preten e w en e ire& e in - of therevolution, and .the whigs of the lame mewed' relative. to the new( politica) ,, .-: :
tioerby- cal:Woes and fecciv- . " ,, It is with Much . regret that we feel
on ' Inte ,oub'ect to the tato .dianta of our county, to be neutretbettolitiee,. has, present lime& Still the modern whip, struggle, whilth"has be,: going op in. these two. '' ''.'
It to 1.200,000 ,dollers I the ty.'
ntorer. SInd !to the encour emYent ourselves called epos to reply to an ed
ge ielnearly double,hut pert .--- It. . - ag . on various pretences 'traversed VW
Wirth!, oBroad Run" wide, which made are thoones that blather forth the word Stetes. T -
helDerinocracy of Mama hove tri. .. !,, i ,
gine etas 'ironing ot .ventocracy. , State to coneoceplans for dtvisiens tin 'Principles! but they regard it only as umpheil by some aix 'or Siglii thouiandmal.iri- , ,:..., .i.i.
1 le -seemed. , :Át is-reliable , :
But lt, iti, vecessery to uard against '
the democratm ranks. Ills progreer, ite apPearance in the laet Advocate.
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ill -be lose-ander Geo..-Jack.
the',e1 bl. d 11 g b
ou, Inge an rotean c sluts through our tounty, though as stealthy We hall enticipated that the present po. a In."4 end 'well theY moy, for it is ty. The Demperay ofVermonr, 'where we hail . .-,!, ,,
gnietretton but by -:Litletetry Nice! contest might be tuffereeto pass well known that they ere as devoid of hut litier to expect, ha'rei indoe'tíitenO. nobly'4
of our ',opponents, National He. ,burelar'e was weverthel b.'
ir under the eresent -Admins puhtiesne';.10 3 daywhige te-mor al ad f;dh ' a A d "lir isl)h IT without having those bus ve personal. eny soued principles, es they are of con Although dio Feds have elected tlinist Dover:tor ivt
se.rve ,,it ishwre n Me e , . from their
et bY Swelleteet Ile4-Price;'. roweany,:eme Mt-matter whatthat may a t attacks made upon any of the candi- alatelleY In 'thew domes; by the skin of his 6
teet dm' DePiocritts have .. . , ;
be other defaulters, but "keit ., ike ea.. this traitor to ,Ir friends ansd thopublie,
(Welter without having all their prem.., bigheet candidates for the presidential aucceeded in electing'', Loa' reit), iodic Legisitt. i,;'' -'.,:' ;,i if'
Oe' lie 0000,140 lo -entrap succeed; or wi you-teschi tm ,and his
Pill be good for theikespec. .... PP. - ... " . . "" niary and private matters dragged ee- chair to the lowest county offices, there eire large enough to give thew die majority ton - 'A': ' 3 ,t.
, .,. ,,,. ., .,,,, ,,t,...:, ,,, . uence et the ,,unwsry-cemprising in employers by your -unanimous -end full 1, CI ',,,
me: ' 4 , ' - ' '" , their astikeill sorts of .polttical be-i ,
este. thgtthe Democ of T
reoy giscaraw-, fore the public, which have no hearing, is nothing but one continual course of otit boot. . The caw, offedettilionie indeed es.,1,1 .
se collectergetTerth4Ambeyt, in - h . ' WI 1 d -44 d ' - ' upon the main question, end which the political juggling practiced by.them on totterin i"-''. I
flg'i u 41 -lull 'Inc ine le 11 e e as is not to be cheatedt quid& as lint ' g, and are long will morale to ust at ..; - '
fed 7--some-alarte:;: kis et Taule hirlwind 'and direct setorm,mor whose
out of their rights and pnneiples. :
Y. ' publie are in. no wise interested ; but it the unwaijy, and to such a. pitch , hire
, . ,, tors chaos. Cauton Demoorat,g,; 1'.A, --, i
1'1,111'1,r ,RftY.' 011",', ' liet.' , opeleire -condition .is such, that any' seems vie have been mistaken. ,.
they carried it, that the More honest- . ' ' Z'2 .., .,,i.
rum sioisuicatien vie ni v- . You time seen Mocoursoofbis tee ,
it' the editor, in the article aliove alit M141( theirliartY have become dingu
dam- 2 e irooroves their circumstances-a' ' COMMUNICATIONS. ,, : :,. 4-'- ..1-
the lemma. ile-wae a Vit t-i, ..,- d - .. , . .' cessoe ',of the Advocate, 'how he bat, ted; and when the head rebels against
mew :butte e of every eine et polio- .,. , ded to, had not labored to mist
pre. a . For tho Democrat.'" f-'
0-was miMed-bybis ptedeces.
cal faith-oreolifical infidelity-a band of unI1("3"'Y mruggied sleinctete getolt sent and give false impression& we 1116 hi"' division, end defeat must al- . ' . . ,
, , , , - , , - . . , , -: :,.; the fence;" to sustain
his party by elan- ways bathe consequence, Masan. FeiTede : ' ,'. - , ..- ( :
heterogenieps. materiels which must would hive Neared it-to pass in silence.
,,,, , '' ,..", Confined bast weak. . . . dersettol hbelsepon'tile opponentr and His attack is u M - B d Possibly this communication mey draw upon '1:- :' ,,;-
- , , . inevitably falko -pieces st the moment - . . .1 pon f. 'wear , out
you have semen you navereae bis dis- 46 DROWNING MEN WILT - me the coraure of a portion of tlie Whig party 14.47i ,.
: ' :' ' ' ' ' of sweeter:east are-united only by theW Representative, and in making his ran-
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o wit n tenon a princip ee o gueting sheet, that-jam one Meta-nee, dom ("hetes if he has kicked against any ' ' 'CATCH AT STRAWS' . ' , or Tua2arawas County; ire; I shall have tho tf.-. :,1:,, ,A.,,
e has be attempted whether by ergument sa
" tisfaction of reelin that m motives are tor. ., 1. g
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is laconic caption ot a latiodust reii DentochtelstetiL 7 he ,greatest load of of his own friends don't lay the blame It is act a little amusing - to know .
fact to elucidate Of tabliehe sin- 4 rect and that tha sentiments contained therein - , ,- -" '
In the article under considern. the tricks end divices that the wfitge, 1 - , l',:'-'.;.-- et
-" lli est andmoth esteemed the ,grectioct mambo. o- - ,,,." 7 . . . - ee to us
en une 1 , - tee poittrOlitipPl0D10104i 11111 has -been eon es to, e that Mr Hr d f b ever f tetf. 1 bave resource to in their "e substantially. Whig, andWill bilipproved by ...1 ; Lk
ingirt thenortheirtnart efthiestate. . Brother ,, ,
'Democrats ilhotild 'you wane ) . atêtlar a ter e r u ,
'becomes of-the Vulture and the H ths 11,0nui ()radian partiiirith which I have al i, ,i,,, ,;-;)
idodly of opinion that ono' Of die darw fr, pm tliti "Contest, leaving them tbe"
ena located am t ' d itlh" rem"
oug us, ed to this county, . , was as sti'
eloctioueering One that bas particu
arch, daring and wily offortievor fieldvwerc it-net for the manifest-danger not int er e a Whig as ever breathed ,' this we are tarty amused us te that they are br
ging ceindemii me for -' '''; A;
ways acted. Thereferðif any i: , ,,
in 1 act bore be 'bee lived life II be th
d -;- reiteting -to our public institutionte-you "at" h---, a ' 1 outhorieed to say is false 'Mr. Brain- as one oiijection. to our Reptesentative this candid expression of !Onion. lt wt e yt ',i:: .'..,
1.Weijiii,411.VIAll ...it opoatine to ofelander ad-detraction, and now lie '
-4-,thieera-r-zlild woultiose. great-sport-in thei r ,pairing ,. ,, ,
po Meal menet at their late vonventims ard embraced. the Democratic princi.. that be is a vit.ig et heart, some say dishonget, only', whose:abuie will pass me, ' '' ,, I. , ,.,,,,::,,' .,!,
flee'. and -identified himself with thatt Mtn than half whi ethers tay full
"As the idle wind,. Which I heed not." I ;'-',.,', 1
!cid gi mg d off,s bend of surly purseproud con. I
, lesion! -Shall a earne .
b ' t 12 d, declare ' that elle be into got off she. Dertv Wore be resided in 4rittlearitteas b100(1011; lbie seeins wg'ith them k k a not One th.at is foPd of the "din of -polka -. '' ,i- ; ' '
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I be necrifienat ..45haii die Iciowidte servo-tem& ere countieg tam BD fenes. Ile in omitted , to glen, tu ,- 4 y. .ra . . . ;,;''
teat cootie he thus-trodden downt 20 per cont. and discueetog the value' ,. , at a. . 5 , PPort count i mediately eller he came to dowu tegument against him, and forms ohs, noreverengsged adtively in itiroxeiting ,, p'
'Of stocks-.1ben a cohort -of Abolition. erem r mg ll t teeny( whatever 'shim eoenty, his 'politics wets known Ito" tusurmountable. barrier to his elec- , ,
scenes 2 but have rather kept airier, -oatisfied Z.,,,,,- ,
r sleepsopon his paid What item. . -party;"..are you prepared to endorse-11m sod ' d t d -b i , re
flout anfisoulsroonlistadiiiifivies lets, -meeting Negroee-in a another e, ere oo , y , he Dements, ,we tion. If Me-Brainard is really. a whig, with sileady depositing my vete et dm ,ballot, ik-;2"....-,-.;....
caostwhirse "ledge xis registered squad of Antimasons, smiting the wind Mt I 'Will ou t lb II
yes inn . t - t , ,.
. . . )1,. 11 n 'Po 11'00114 atilt, Minty - appeer ,friert the fact that, they would seem to say he ,is not fit for for those whom I thought the "most honest i'ta'.,- - "
'., his cooatry and its institutronw--. for blowing in theirfaceretieeerhers a tlii0 these who thug uoldlyeiteender lust tee ret Demeeratie convention bin
n a Representative, end in this we most tho most ca ablo" of being entrusied Wit' th I. ' ,
rotwoheld toosaired for wanton ,,,at.,,,t ,fte,tilaeaa. ..,,,., a, own, sod riot in flandlieg ',-Wil.S.,lell sot, met, being wol more. than oil ' tt I 1 .th b b ' 11 P v f m A s t,, '' . ' ''
toenthe er ain yagree wi t am; ut coming pub-uk interest.. ,,rit for voting orpoors of . '''' - s
i whose faith is staked to sustain "' i''' :"." 7.7 ;'"8- "'n '"'. ' , if for nit other cause -notate the man tarter 'be re ed b . '
1, in ovr,can slumber nowt. - u
de trinmpn el a tow over lila many, ., mot era, teppreeted him from tbe whige themeless and urged th , , 4
e geneml or state government,limvetinifium. I V.,,-- .
a oted to-the 'cause of ermal orivileoes
the m race et Qhio in the 71
Ton . e . . ,
1.--own -east 1 4 nest of enthusittate "-'' - -- - .; -ct t -one id. 'committee., flo much then for as an objection against him, reminds ue
, end mark with your coodeennetion at the th t et i ' e H ly given my voice id favor of those who wets ''" :' ''''''4
, cause they defend. to awaksfrom 1 bent;mt ittenending Bendel milli -BOO , a , a edne0 . . 0 next pretends to be of Satan casting out Devils through " 4,e' k,'r',!.'"
I inditrerenca.-4.el them remember ;Abe.
sympathising:delicate ....,oned,,, who polls, the party which edvocatesse prin. convvoced that the Bank Reform 13 I b b
prom. e ze u , pledge. to icarry mit the avowei principles or . ' N
' ' . .1 . .. . : the whig party t. and for inferior (Agent whoa '''', - - C 1
A allaalia"ra. friltraleathe IW. I mild moan k the Indian 'with his litn-' ciple, but solutions ent the vedom,of elan- ' ed,th'
te te year, an last loin a humbus t There ere other fabecations of a more "..- .t ,
rty in the 4181May...ow hankneen ,. , ,,,,,,,, . . .. i b al dee sad detraction. ,,, , ,, ,; -, ,,, , ; ;or soy h - 64 th 'd . --. t b , , the olatms of opposing candidate's-won nearly , , , ,,.
' of a singly-dye." .-,iTravottiog a- , Orman le mot-Janos 110 was wit , 1 - 1 . eA .3 ere oes not live in ma "moue c erecter, winch nave been baltaneed I have Own given. Immoodence 10 , ,,i
road-Tho federal phalange,. in se- ficelty,.beek persuaded advantageous., , '' - 4, , - ,, - Iva D.AtIvrEA.4 ,,.--, ' Tuicarteapt , county,. le man wbo ,has put in circulation to injure theelection
, , We 00gt not, skulata 111301t,tunly te ' abandon; such a scattering es '' , "" n: lea-pa 130NUAK,,., need to ;stand in more fear of the Banke of our Heereeeetative candidate. Doe Iiise who idvoestal the somo'polltirol prinet- , os,"!,
mat over tuck ell ooversory ' rioN,, , ,,,..,,, len , befell the whig ranks, has '''' '' 7. : -' , ISAAC STES-E, - ,! , than fisebastias Brainard-evid 0 of these w b b ' ' bl d ' ' pies with meseA--Dui thank Clod I heve neve ,--e---- '
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e sve een ene e to trace, . - 1
Ift, or fall Upon the result, Oirioils..1 41" : 1, ' ,A ' '' II.CAM ' . - ' ,'", - - '' ' t ' à' k er, as yet, boon oci !gladly devoted:to that Jura '
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on which beette the tete or hi, par. ill, sef Docutte -since -t 0 ay I a o- , , , ,. ,, . .,, - . i ell ing to ma 8 thelmpreemon that be to the door of his opponent, the HOPI , -- - ..
Reek and hants.faoilities will be pot, el.'s, ark iiieatety was abandoned, and ,.- '.., ' ' '' : .' ' Comma, Ine", ,, 014, Urainard) in largely indebted ,,te John, Everhard ; this eill "did not look gaintitit party ait read . , tei'. saorifice My ,-:.- ,
4' A. tromenitout rush will bo made. like that fart,' our conetihrion, oar po,., - ,,, ,, ! . , - . 0.... ,,, , ,-..,,,i 0, Banks, We are else authorised in say- forte-,we tonfess, it bas' taken 118.10'011y' deliberate conviction of ri' it lit he dettructiva ,,,-.;, -
dui POLL.L--Every doubtful (Es., Wiest Ark- wetdd,be abandoned, and tee :' ' ' - A s-nO 6 WOOL l'''rl '. ' ing that ibie aithmpt in' char M - . I oh b " steer Ilietbroyeubjece' '.""i4 t"i''' ''' ' 1::.
ging r. upon surprise , ye , eu -is I e nature . e"- , - '' 1"
put under oibuts. 47Beveral-John,, in -evershodose the -nation. -But we 11' ' Brehm& with standing in feerer the of our evidenie, that we are involunta- : ,,' , . -,
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port'', a oircuit,scattering firebrands . . ,-, . . . .1:, DOM,' will' nicely , . . .
rov4 -,g seditieetmeng republioarm.', trust lobo relibtmeos oftrutle that it ty ,4Tv,ok-vola wool to Card, fur Banks, is ,,Villainette ond without- the rily led to to ;conclusiontbal Atom his the nainee,'Of Candidatos, selected'hy the late, i
ids, "...routers tos Akiiiti" ,' Pdt the .,. wilt ostAtilt Its -signet is ;cognised ,by t ir .strylkis lieMI)phia Carding Machine least, foundationlin, truthei-that Ars, overwhelming, enaielI1i In, sin, hie: riig Convention, I Wei "ourpAie3 and mortifia .2..!' -
IFI ' '''''." '' '' 1,4' ' '' '''' r''lle the diamond of lightupon the principles a?. ".1. erent it,,t d tanned to then' on short Brainerd is-not indebted one dollar to. election,,be has degraded himself to the It frA0 r:''er 0 '1'7' ' ,
. ,..ed loses I ate, 1DB4Oveett,, ,, or ount .. . ,
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, - - ), rolt l 446 A , '.. 6 .n o 1 A PROWN & CIO 11:3 1 th a - ,artel ,and that ti ha levil, with the clogintilogurt ;A$1..004144 , ty Tram. urer.: nItotation in oi;:re': ','a.'ind 04 '-'' il
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, 4'.a i ,. ,i, ,,,.; Wft nballigentile ..-. ' .7 s', -tý'.4 . ' ' r . ' inf. ;Mt -Ct.', ,, , , is Wilde his object,,thlentioe And dim. politician ,
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