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' From the Cantok Democrat,
- 0! - COL R. M. JOHNSON.
:' iTlie following beautiful pt etio effusion from
, She' pen ofDr. alicliener, of Massillon, tosethe-
with a splendid Hickory cane, wet pre,
, sented by the author to Col. Johns eduring hie
late visit to our County. The stick itself con.
tains soMe singuler natural curtositms, and bears
the signature of the presenter. The Colonel's
acknowledgeinent of, the reeeptioa uf the prose
set is 'hid given bele vs
TO COL. R. M. JOHNSON.
Mau Slat ,
Wilt You, whose front is graced by many a
t bravest daring in yea Country's war,
. -tylioae chic literals with your martial blend,
- 28 In'. ITC-Catiltution's and the People's friend,
1 Accept this rustic staff although the name
It bearche humble and concealed from fame
"Pis the true Hickory with its bark adhering
And sound.beneeth no ,borrowed head appearing
, And proves our soil a better growth to suit,
- Allan stinted Buckeye, yielding powen fruit.
Erma near die top there hangs a natural face,
SITis tederat failure with Califon gnmace.
Such as it wears when like roused ocean rolls,
Yictoriouitreerneu press the sacred polls.
That branch which,you perceivede lopp'd away
Was the first stem, It rose in evil day.
A fallen oak, regardless of its worth,
, With trunk decaying crushed it to the earth,
As proud monopoliee, with weight impure,
Oppress mechanice, farmers and the poor.
!Twee cruelied.yet unsubdued, and prompt to
This second scion from the vigorous root,
Assert its natural rights and claim its share
PI Westering earth and fructify ing air,
l'hough huge arietocratic trees Molted down
With high contempt and with forbidding frown.
An emblem of Democracy,so Hayed
By the firstAdams, by the last betrayed,
Yet still triumphant, bear it to repose,
Where late she foiled her mercenary fosse
' We thank you warrior, statesman, patriot,
Your cheering presence and your aid to lend us.
May that enlightend firmness, which sustained
,The laws, when masked ambition almost
And organized fanatics dared assail
The rights ot conscience and the constant mail,
That zeal to guard the Union, which confines
Dark abolition from its rash designs;
And that kind fortune, which preserved your
In Thames' dread forest from the bolts of death,
- Where Heaven and valor bowed beneath your
The fierce Tecumech and proud Britain's band;
May theirs attend you. May a lifo so dear,
Long near the zenith of its path appear
light the land and joy a netion's eyes,
Thee, slow declining through enclouded skies,
lletain its splendor while it yields its force,
: And fat with all the tent les erns course.
vv)t Yours, Si.e.
Massillon, Sep. 23. IBA
Canton Ohio Sep 24 1840.
.. My Dear SirtI havereceive
4,011 y nu r communication through our mutual
friend, Mr. A. Mc Cully, accompanied by the
tutdasomeprnsent ore Hickory Cane. f place
a high estimate upon its utility, more especiatly
eh Os 8 token of he affection and confidence
affol, whom I so highly esteem,
i , 71.89 necessity of a mold travel to meet rr.v en
'gagements to the people of Ohio and Michigan,
leave.; me no time other than time to return you
my "littera thenks, and deeire that yen will au.
ceptsfu(your continued prosperity end happi
nessVm ardent wishes of your friend,
Ril , M. JOHNSON.
: AVIIGS AND FOREIGNERS.
Wi 'have already shown. by extracts from
whig prints, what their real sentiments are in
regard to vuluntary citizens, when there is no
election near; and we feel too much confidence
in the intelligeace and integrity of those chi.
, cans, to believe for one moment dint they can
be brought over to support their bitterest elle.
mitts by either honied words or British gold.
The Mowing extract from the Native Anted
ean, a Whig paper publiehed in N. define,
discloses the same feeling to foreigners which
hes ever characterized the Federal perty. It
breathes the ems breath, and spring from the '
eetne spirit es that, which in the palmy days ot
hte, k-o, ckadelem concocted end brought into
exietence the oetiriously infamous Mien and se. :
ditioo laws. The Native Americnn says
"But older that we may not be mieunder.
stood, we repeat, what wo have ellen declared,
end now a gain proclaim, that our design is.
"1st, to repeat the laws of naturalization;
8.2d , to exclude foreigners from Bice,
":1(1, to take f!om them the elective frail.
"dth to establish and maintain a national
character, by reliance exclueively upon our.
"fitl'i, to hold up to piddle indignation the
proetituted politician vi ho ehall prefer in public
appointmentx. a fore4ner to his own qualified
TO THE FRIENDS OF THE AD31INIS.
reirour attention is cAlled to the following ex
tract or a letter 1mm one of your brethren, in
sclation to tho late eleetion in Mains. Explain
ing the partial defeat of Democracy, he says :
"It can be atirihuted to an overwhelming
Confidence in our Olitti strength. It is undeni
',ibis --arid are almost ashamed to ncknowledge
there has been no efficient organiwttion of
'many of our towns, and but little of the right
itind of effortwhile the efforts of the Whigs
'have been tremendous, ...beyond example. It
'Wild impossible to convince out friends that
fitere was the least danger, and hence the hence
the want of individuaLtifort, and a relying u?-
au the newspapers to do the work."
' We of this State and particticularly of this
'city, must be cautious to see that we do not find
'ourselves ealterl upon to make the same sort of
planation alter our election id over. There
fan be no injury resulting from Effee,tive Organ.
leaden, bather() can be, tts there will be great
good. mr. bevel() look to'i to bring our
forces well into line of battle end then chore
will he nO dangerWhoever ;tithe victary, and
surely it is ninell morvegreeable to rejoice over
, our success than to plan excuses for our defeat.
Republican. A DEMOCRAT.
ter work men are geeing good and increased
prices for their goods, and they ran affurd to
give a proportionate increase of ply to their
journeymen. Let them do the thing handsumee
ly, they ean afford , The whig politicians
may wish toscrew down tile prita Or labor till
taw the election. 'Phil predicted six 'tense it
day if the subtransery should paw. but the
laws oNrade and the revival of businees, have
wavered their theories to the winds. Work
ing men mark thie 1N. Haven Register.
"Swelow the lie of course. Daniel Web,.
ster and hie friends of Hartford treason make
thou charges to cover their OWn British cone
duct. VanBuren not only as early as 18119
in public meetings ndvocsted the war, but he
never resigned his labers and his eMelerit aid of
thet war in the conneils of New York, by the
side of 'Governor 'Pompkine, until Gen. dank.
son closed it in a blaze or glory. Had Mr.Ven
Buren given up hie support ot that war, at the
tinte Harrison threty op his commission' ha no
doubt, like Harrison, would at this time be in
the leading string, of the. friends of tleorrn
mission. who wished to sell New Ermined to
the British crown. It is Van Buren's 'uniform
democratie course through life, that gives all
these oid blue lighte all their tronblet from his
first start. as a poor boy, these aristocrats kave
never ceased to abuse hut-I.Ohio Stateetuan.
BARD QUESTIONS FOR THE FED S.
We find in tile Nevi Ere the following geese
tions addreseed to the rode, which will, we'
think, puzzle them right smartly to satiefaction.
We hope our Democratic friends will put these
questions to the feds, and insist upon full fair
and implicit answeis :
Why did real estate, which cost in 1817 Ste.
500,000, bring only 500,000 1 in 1819 Was it
the want of a U. S. Bank.
Vhy vas it that floor Reid for from 12 to 13
dollars per bar el in 1817, and only, 4, 50 in
1819 1 Was it Gen. Jackson's. "tinkering with
the currency ?",
Why were our imports sixty millions more
than out exports ise 18i6 ? Wu it the "specie
humbug?" 1,, et
Why were thotkand and tens of' thousends I
thrown out of employment in 1818 and 1819
Vas it the "bub-Treasury ?
Why was it that in 1816 and 1817 wild and
reckless speculations were engaged in, end wan
ton eve:vague and luxury the order qf the
daylWas it the want of peper tnoney?
Why was it in 1818, 19, 20 and 21, mit
!milks, our merchants rid menufarturers from
Maine to Georgia. were all involved in come
mon bankruptcy Was it canoed by the "ed.
ministration of Martin Van Buren?
Why were the exchanges more deranged in
1818, and the.three subsequent years. thud they
were before or have been ilin3e. Was it the
"want of a great regulated"
, BRITISH WHIGS.
Is a name ofien applied to the Federal party,
, who are now moving heaven and earth to retry
the election by fraud, deception end violence.
it is doubles, a disagreenbleappellation to them,
and the more so, because or int justness. We
would that our country and cnintb:vmen cmild
be awed the.etigme of malting common cause
with foreign foctions to entry their bane party
design,. iVe epee( now of the lenders of that
partythose vvho week' sell our denrest rights
for "thirty pieces of silver," and who, as we
verily believe, are trying by the aid of foreign
facilities and foreign gold. to delude the people
into their supportoind sot up a dynnsty amongst
usa monied powermore to be dreaded than
any other kind or tyrnnny. In confirmation or
this, we ask the serious consideration or every
voter to the following which is taken from the
London Morning Post, the organ of the high
tory party in England.
Why is it, that the welled and titled arktocra
cy of England be no interested in the success
of tie opposition. as to call from their leadirez
presses such nrtieles as this I The enswer is
ptain fellowecitizens 1 They have R vital int tr
est at stake. They know that ir dpmorra,
io party succeed , there is en end to the wild
npeculation heretofore indolgedto the otock
jobbing, and gambling St,ewindline,whi h hue
made us a bankrupt people. whie foreign elle.
italists and stockejobbers have reaped the fruits
of our indiecretion.
"Ve learn by the arrival Nile Stephen
Whiiney from New York, that the resignethe
.if Mr. A rnos Kendall. and ether minieterial
einetionerree, was hiked of: Should theie
eltangen teke place, the sunceso of the Whiger
"log cabin" perty, in the approaehing Presiden
tint election, witi be seeured. By the election
of General Bardeen. the Whig candidate, and
the relection of Mr. Van Buren, the return of
the Government to a sound and a lentil system
at' banking will follow as a metier of course:
and posnibly the United Sratee Bank Intl once
mere find iteelf under the protection ore proper
AwenThe rejection el' Mr. Van Buren will
he decisive of the fate Nile Sub e Treasure
icheme. Thnt insane piece of leekmien will
be mut assuredly knocked la the heed. end we
shall no longer beer of the pet bank, and the
diousond other absurdities with whieh it is use
eked. We rejoice in the downfall of the vi
sionary undertakine of the rediell 'mires and
politient eronomical coxcombs, whether they ba
, of the old world er new, and mity;accordingty,
congratulate tbeA mertrans On the prover:8 they
have of getting rid ofsuch quacks, an Van Bee
ren. 'Vim' Jackson, and Mr. Amos Kendall.
41Whather the renignatien takee place or heti
there seems to be no doubt that the whole crew ,
of the democratic party will in the months of;
November at the latest, be releived from II e
cares of office." I 1
From the N. Y. Evening Post.
GEN. ARM N AND A U. S. BANK.
General Harrison its his speeds, delivered at
the Dayton Convention in Ohio, on the 10th of
'September, endeavors to smooth the way ror
the schetne of a national bank. Sometime ego
lie unluckily declared that Congress had not by
the Constitution the power to charter a national
bank. In his Dayton speech, he explains away
this declaration by the help or an " There
is much virtue in ynur it:" We quote from the
report or the speech orGenerel Harrison nq we
find it in the New York Expresq, copied frotn
theCincitinati Casette. ,
,My opinion of the power of Congress ts
charter s National Lank, remains unchange I.
There isnot in the Constitution any expreqq
grantor power ror ouch purpose, and it cool
never be constitutinnal to exercise that power.
save ha the event, the powers granted to Con
gress could not be carried into effect. withont
resorting to an institution. (Applause. Mr.
Madison eigned the law creating a Natio:Ill
Bank, because he thought that the revenue of
tbe revenues of the country could not be collect
- SUB TREASURY PRICES. . I '11-11;: becauBse he thought that tte revenue of
The demand for laboring Men increases daily the revenues of the country could not be collect
snd thew wages are consequently WI the riseqed or disbursed to the best advantage with.nit '
Large orders have been-sent becalm. journey- the interposition of such an evablishment. 1.
men ehoemakers from Nene Jamey': red limp, esid in my letter to Sherrod Williams, that IF It
kr indications meet us in el quarttre The mut was plain that the roma of the Mien loAd
only be collected ind disbursed in Ildrirost A
fectual way by means of a Bank, and if 1 vide
clearly of opinions that the mapititity of the
peopie of the United States desired such an in
stitutioo, then, and then only would 1 sign a bill
to- charier st Mink. (Shams orapplante )
have never thgarded the ollicaSof Chief Maps
iodate as conferring opts tha incumbent the
power of mastery over popular will, but, as,
granting.him the power to execute the prver.ly
expressed Will of thn people and not tat. room
CANAL DOVER,TUSCARAWAS CZUNTY, (01110) OCTOBER 9, 18,1(k
only be cuitected and disbursed in theencost et. , . a IHNIT BIOGRAPHY Or
fectual way by means of a Bank, and if i vide
clearly of opinions that the mapititity of the tvEN. WILLIAM H. HARRISON.
peopie of the United States desired such an in. Who was a Federalist:
stitutiou, then, and then only would I sign a bill wBillobri: bFne bi ti, 9.9.11hroseFaet bB. enrek; et y ivt. ab. i s
to- charter a Mink. (Shams orapplettse )
I have never regarded the ofliertiof Chief Mag.
istrate as conferring ippon the incumbent the ', trembling limbs and tottering steps .
power of mastery over popular wilt, but aa .,. bUttille the rigor of another .
granting.him the power to execute the prokeyly ..,.. ...t . Ohio inter, .
expressed will of the people and not to. ream. SiXTY EIGHT YEARS OLD;
It. With my mother's milk did I soak in nos a. .,
principles on which the Declaration of Imre, 'And Will before' the 011d Of the Hell Pres
That 's Identiol terns, ir a kind Providence
peedence wag founded. ECheeriolg
- hall to lengthen out his days
declaration complained that the King week. goal
let the people make such hwo as they wished. 1
811311a president or art executive officer under. SEVENTY-TWO YEARS OLD.
take. at this Into nine of day. to control tile peo. Hie early life it not distingaished by auy
ple in tile exercise of their supreme will I Nor ., thirig worthy et vemark or admira..
The people are the best guardian ot their owu .
rigida, (applause) awl it is the duty of their ex,. lion, except that at the Ile of ,
ecutive to ahstain from interfering in or thwart- 49;' : - 1--1- be becamcasnamber ......-.--
;lig the leered exercise IX the lace making tune.. l ,. - of en -
omit of their government." I ABOLITION SOCIErv.
"If the revenues of the United States can on .
ly be collected and disbursed in the most effee. In 179 he Wee a Delegate in Congrees
tea way by tneans of a bank," then General '' from the Northweet Territory;stid
Harrieou is in favor of a United States Bank. was a Black cockade Federal.
This IF, this magical particle, dues the busi
lot during the
nese enctually. The nioninnt you admit the
intervention of an IF, al the difficulty is got os REIGN OF TERROR.
ver. General Hamann will be surrounded by A supporter of the Alien and Sedition
mon who will tell him that there is not the least Law Administration ofJohn Adams.
doubt the "most effectual way" to collest and ;OPPOSED
disburse the revenue to by means of a bank.
His prime counsellor Mr. Webster, is decided- To the etection of Thomas Jeffersen,the
ly in favor of a nalional bank as the great fiscal great Apostle and Champion of A.
engine Of the government. He' told his hear. mericen Democracy. Was
aro so directly and plainly in his speech at Sar.
appointed during the great struggle be..
mop; though in the report of that speech his
words were changed to a significant allusion to . tween Black cockade Federalism
some important fiscal measure which he wnuld . and Democracy. by John Adams
not name, but which lie said it was the duty of GOVERNOR.
the government to adopt. Mr. Webster will
Of the l'erritery el Indiana.
persuade his venerable pupil in five minutes,not
only that the "most effectual way" to collect As a reward for services rendered
and keep the public money is to charter a bank, to hie Alien end Snilition Lase ,..:.,
but that the seemed the whig ticket is a token ADMINISTRATION.
.. .. ..... . .
Harrisou ii in favor of a united States Bank. " -
w as 'a Black cockade Federal.
This IF, this magical particle, dues the busis
ness effectually. The nioniont you admit the lot during the
intervention of an IF, al the difficulty is got cm REIGN OF TERROR.
ver. General Harrison will be surrounded by A supporter of the Alien and Sedition
mon who will tell him that there is not the least Law Administration ofJohn Adams.
doubt tho "most effectual way" to colleet and
disburse the revenue is by means of a bank. ;OPPOSED .
His prime counsellor Mr. Webster, is decided. To the etection of Thomas Jeffereen,the
great Apostle and Champion of A.
ly in favor of a national bank as the great fiscal
engine Of the government. He. told his bear.
aro so directly and plainly in his speech at Ser. rnerican Democracy. Was
appointed during the great struggle berr
mop; though in the report of that speech his
words were changed to a significant allusion to . tween Black cockade Federalism
some important fiscal measure which he weuld . and Democracy. by John Adams
not name, but which he said it was the duty of GOVERNOR.
the government to adopt. Mr. Wehster will
persuade his venerable pupil in five minutes,not Of the Territory of Indiana.
only that the "most effectual way" to collect As a reward for services rendered
and keep the public money is to charter a bank, to his Alien end Sedition Law ,..:.,
wil ite GAUL:Z.1111N I SíThlt AT 1 9 N.
but that the success of the whig ticket is a token
that the the people of the Utiited States have set
their hearts upon the establishment or a bank, . Or 0 t al territory, he ap
: , proved and signed a law for selling
and that theretbre he may dismiss all sereptes
WHITE MENAND WOMEN
about its constitutionality,- If it should happen 1 .
that Harrison is elected, we shall not be ours ,
prised to see the question broached in his very ' into slavery for debts incurred by itett
first message to Congress. : and coots with a penalty ofiqf
Indeed the ciliation between the two parties
Tilliddt NINE LASHES,
im neither more nor less than this question Ora
eetienal bank. rho governnunit must either I if the whiteLve male or female sought,
!doer ty by ibsconding from servitede
keep its own money, or employ a bank to keep !
it. The whig piny insist that to keep it in the i ili al o anutoved and signed a lav4rn
hands ot the government is inconvenient, tin. ' , ; .: I :
sate, and a source of dangerous patrenage. , . :,. porting a
The alternative is then a batik, and this pare- FR GPEIITY QUALIFICATION
graph, in the speech of Getieral Harrison. is ev
idently designed to let his party knew that he f upon voters,
iii ready for a national bank whenever the are. SuPporting the principle that none but
,'' ouch at owned a freehold of
WORKINGMEN MEN LOOK HERE. ',. FIFTY ACRES OF LAND .
,'It will be seen, that the nix levied epee our
country by the priviegedthankers, is now twen- Ought to be entitled to the right of Sul
ty eight millions of doilare a year. about eqnel , , Gage.
to the whole revenue of tile General Govern. in stbizhi, , . . m
: mem, and that tbe amount collected hy them : " receive(' ive appointment of
since the Revolution exceeds six hundred milk : Commander in Chief of the North .
ions of dollars. TI;is tax is now equal to at Western Army; . . ...
In 1814,in the darkest period of the War
east five dollars annual!): on every bead of a
filmily in the:United Stotes. And this is not a . W Ith ,Great Britain,
tax for interest on money leaned to the people, '
Whim rapine and conflagration were
but for the loan of credit, for the exchange of
notes not bearing interest, for notes peering in. wasting the fairest portions of our
terest. .. . countrywhen the blood of un
This is not all. In 1837. the bankem lied PO . offending women and chtl
far abused their privileges, that they were oblig. '-....-
ed to stop payment. in consequence of which dren wee reeking
front the hands of the Murderous Savs
their notes at once depreciated on en average,
at least ten per cent. A t that time their eircu lige. and roiling 1,po ciiwon tide n
Winn probably exceeded $15,000,000. so that ver the land 1 When the 'reef
the loss to the noteholders was abunt filieen
()NIA Poor Mei, was giv
millions, or a tax of abeut three dollars on eve
ry bead or a rimily. , Add thia to the regulat en to the fie le se end
bank tax for dint venr, mid it makes about eight hits Ileell 111 thp pade,.." oaen
dollars for each family, or Fortpthree mitlions MAR PIN VAN lIt:IIEN
in ell. was in the Senate of ilia tete or New
In 1838, the same scone woe repented in more
than lielf the Unien, wi:h similar ern:sequences. York, urging with all the powers of
And now these privileeed establishments ere, his giant mind and inat:erly el. .
one after number' es:do:lice eltogether, leaving oquence, hie
their entire ci:culation on the hands of the per).
in eddition to these enormous taxes upon ins for the immediate raieing of troopP, to
rinstry. the fluenintione et' this system affect the atey the death march of Britian rob
interest' of a portion of the workingman in te bers and plunderemand 1 0 drive
nother wny pull more filthily. When the bank::
are in the full tido of proseerity, and isrming back io their forests the i infernal
notes without restraint, speculators:nut nspiring DEMONS OF BRITISII POWER,
Men obtain by kane the meano of enns ritetieg
houses to rent or for occupatiob. and of perches (17Gen. Harrison,to
ing an abundance of timely furniture. Meehan RESIGNED IIIS CONIMISSION I
ies whose occupation it is to build houses and
mu:facture furniture, are in great demand; their and sought safety at home I
wager; rise and their numbers inr:ream Fortunate for the country that he retired!
Suddenly, either film neceseity or policy. the Ile was succeded by that "Wave old
course of the banks is changed; they cone to Soldier"
loan, and call upon their debtors: improvements
stop. and mechanics are thrown out of mph). GEN. ANDREW JACKSON.
mete; in idlenss and compMein; they spend tO whose valor, not Gan. Harrison'sis
all they made in the days of prosperity. ad
our country indebted for the glnrious
many of them nre finally driven into other oc.
cupatione, and forced to seek employment in co- triumph of its arms. The "Hero Of
ther legiens. The genie effect le ie some degree New Orleans," who has filled the merle
produced upon every Hass of laboring men.
ure of his country's rennwo, in the field
The price of' produce anil manufactures is made
end in tne 'State,
to rise and felt by the prime operation, as also ,
the ewes of the day laborer in every business JS NOW
It requires no argument to prove that :Reedy the ardent friend and supporter of Mar
price,. though moderate, are better flo. the art lin Vail BUM, and firing Witnems and
rancement as well as the morals ot the farmer., enthusiastic admirer of Ina sterlicg ribil
mechanic, and laborer than a system which itiee, devoted patriotimu, and known
gives him en abundance to der , to be snatched d tried principles, While on tho nth
from him to morrow, baffles all his calculations an
unsettles his bebits, prevents Lis: collecting a er band, he ie the opponent of the repre
family around him, or if he have one, snlijects sentative of federal principles,
them to dinappointment, change. and distress. Gen. MUM,
Nothing could more effectually prevent his tnom
a anti intellectual improvement, keep him in "paving never admired him 118 I MM..
poverty, and make him the blind or corrupt in- tary man, nor considered him as
atrument to support those tvho aspire to an ar posessing the qualit'es which
fectual dominion over tlie miuda and bodies of constitute the commander
men." ;-Glebe.. . , .: .
;:: ol an army,' .
Preparing for the election...The Gov. "Knowing that ho has never been Idea
of Virginia. it appears. is appears, is pp,. titled with the republican party in
pointing wins exclusively as commis- any of its great struggles,"
sinners to superintend the Presidential RE KNO WS II IM
election. The motive for such'a parti- to be a vain and superficial man.
sun ceurse. however. seems to be well
understood by the democrats, end in Ile knows the absordity of his claims
and pretensions to military fame; he
some of the counties they are appointing
knows his actA of selfish injustice to
gentleman of firmneos and - integrity to
the gallant Officers who eerved under
overtrick the proceeding, sod Pee :that
openhanded justice is done,, :The de- him, in attempting, es he always did,
morracy of Virginia cannott be wade to . in IIPP'Printe the lanreln "n bý
their valor, to gratify his own avow
desert their principlea.bythe treacheryof
unuerulurru uy ilia ILIVITIUVIE115, VIM rir
some of the counties they are appointing and pretensions to military fame; he
gentleman of firmneoe and - intpgritv to knows his arta oreelfish injustice to
overtrick the proceedings, aod pee 'that the gallant Milers who eerved under
openhanded justice is done.. :The de- him, in attempting, as he always did,
to appropriate the laurels won by
moeracy of Virginia cannott be made to
desert their principlee.bythe,treacheryof their vale!, to gratify his. own Duro,'
&prelates, nor will they 'suffer themsel- ambition.
ves to he defrauded of tfierr, ;legit by On motion of Abner Lima, of Pew,
the partiality or famsed inspectors I , "I" "me (111. lillitiecn4 vial - -
STRICIENtrott 4 RESOLUT1gN
introduced in The Senate of the U.S..
..10- proposing to present bun,
, among others,
wrrat A MEDAL AND VOTE Of fHANNS
The Common Council of the City of,
Now York by a vote of 12 to 5t
071Refuss to iforrivert,,40
the honor atthe freedom , of the City,'
although euehonen as Decatut end -
Perry had been tendered its
hospitalities by a unan'n;ous vole.
In 1817, after having obtainee a Pent in
7; -Congress ond 'thence to it rust
. and ItaiiRiss-44oves.-et
- PEOPLE'S CASA,
Ire endeavored to enlist a Standing' ars
niy, consisting of 200100 men.
The combined operations of tnis meats
ure and a National Bank, with the
use and control of the Public
Revenueo,would have en,
abler! him to desti.oy
OF HIS couNTRY.
Ile begged himself into
the legislature ot.0 where he
again exhibited bin love for kiln
poor men by voting fur a law that ploced
the poor man's liberty and the rich
man's) money upon art equal
footinga law that would
01 a poor Revolutionary soldier
whose property and health bed been
freely sacrificed in ach eying his coun
try's Fteedom, it in his declining years
he should be unable to pay sorne
paltry fine that had been. impo
sed upon him. or the cnet of
...; some petty low-suit-111ot
? too into degrading oervi
lude, and to the rev.
cal whooe money
;vas the protection nt,,his liberty, or per..
who had butchered 8
' his cluldren before his ey3s, ,
or .0 the veget;onti Negro,- wIl4ne ;.'
Means to !manse the Phtriot's
had beet?. aSietat.4-by tuude ur
Ilas beetvrtyled a Ilero"he ts the
In tho year Indiana was admitted into fi
the Union. he wee the federal cindidate
tar Governor of that orate & was tl
lS20, he was the forterel candidate
for Governer of Ohio and was
D EA TED. it
!ri F22, he was the federal eandidate
for Congress for the dietrict in
- which he remideit and was
!rt 1921 he ran on the Federal Elec. 4,
total Ticket of Obin. and was
In 1831, be was on the federal ticket
for member of the Legislature
of Ohio ond was
In 1832, he was egain the federal carp. P
dictate for Congress and was
In 18311. he was the federal candidate
for Preeident. and was
In 1810, be is again the federal midi. n
date for Prevident,withholding from
the people all knowledge of
his prevent present principles d
and designs; and who can
doubt that in November
next he will be again
over whehr.ingt y
Altboligh he owns one of the wealthiest
plantations in Ohio, end realizes the
eleftn vitality of SIX THOUSAND
DOLLARS a year, eta the emoluments A
ot a sinecure office, he is called by his
friends, for electioneering efforte, the
POOR LCG CABIN CAADWATE 1
1 who drink it
REMEM BElt TII AT Ý-OU nog 4
DgMOCRATS remember that ytu fight I
for libertyyour enemies for mone7
ftnd power. Democrats fight for the
persevation of the conetitution fedora.
lime to destroy itbv incorpora 01 wealth
a U. ta bank of inðlione,'and privile,'
ged aristocracy to ride over yea with
oppression and ineolence. :
Democrets fight for quit taws and
exact juctice to alt menfederalists( tilf
the privileged few, and freedom for the
"rich and well.born," and 'correepon, ,
ding oppression to the mass who labor.:
Democrats, remember these thinge,-'
and go to. the Tolls like your 'forefath
ere in 1E00, and all will be WellOhio!
Stemma - - I
i awry belltboara no. body. .;
THE 131,0iD 11JUND HUMBUO ;
EXPLODED.--APet alt the infamous - , -, 1
&moats by the "peace piety,' upon the . ;
administration in reforenee tO - Inserno ,,:. -
ployment of blood houndi for the extir4 :-:,-. : -
pottim of the Seminoleti;'llic ishol&; mat- '; -- r,
ter iblairly exploded-) .proired fillet?, s '
far as the idminiotratiOtf iesCoaterned& .
Gen. doll in a epeech to the hiss night ..
before last, openly asserted that Its ... ' .
himself wee the originator ofthe scheme .
that . he bought and paid tot ; thit . ,, .,
boundsand that thefault be foutid)valt : ,
the decreta;), of War, was that he order ''.'
ed thorn Iquzzuro."...,And yet this mon ,
. . ,
is taken by the hand end tattooed .' end ' . :
cajoled by the very wien 'who bave',,de4 ,,, . ' .i.
resisted the eliniinistia-.firm' stifielexid Of., ,,--' '',, 47-
humanity and justice, anThave SuemoC .'.,.,
ted to style themselven tender itei.rted , ,
dieciples of peace !" Away with otith .. ' ,,
cant, hypocriCy, and humbugSuch ins - Q ,
sults to the underatandinge of man& , ,
Wh3 did not the whig prase of the cif). ,
mingle with their eulogiome -something '
condemnatory of the inhumanity of Gov r .
error Call I What has hemline, all or ,
a sudden, of their' sympathy solth theyer ,
twined savage I And where ie thejusit ,
ticew here is the consistency, of de '
notincing the administration forint - ect) r ,
when they hog the author, originator Eu ,
granii factotum to their bortomer I Aloe, ' ':
for the mi,:ernhle, pilifolodrive'ing &Miffs , . it:
of 'hie pitiful faction& ,' It ie without prin ::,
principle and without truth,. et even a
respect for decene) in. ippearance, end , ,
yet it expects to eeceive the American , ,,-.
people silt its shallow devices& They
wit not aired. Philadelphia Time& . . ,
11 Nit DEFAULTERS..11'he sus
thor of an ertiele on defalcations in the
it,eitmond Entritrer thinks .that -what;
the opponents of Mr ran' Buren were
paraciog their het of 0-Loco foe (Wings
'ere, hi, had stolen the amount set op"
po.ite to their names.' it would at least
love been hot oilwer justice to have give,
en the liwt of "BANK defaulters .vilto
have declined to pay the mount set op.
posit to their names' lie tights 'bent
to peees 8 and 12 of document Nch
158. 25,1) Congrees 2d tension.' for
Irvii het of ibese defaultete From this
iitateoleitt hpoeers that on luth of
N4veinher4 thittyeight boas
werederau Prft Govaromealthe
Aggrfgat; amount of their defalcations
wa-s TWO MILLIONS Seventeone
, thopsand nne hundred and twelve,Dol.,
the tars std 91 centaand all this 'occurred,
while the grent Regtvator 'inch de.
fiultere, the United States Bank, was in
xito full existertee and force! -
late But this ie not the only: OFIR which
the Government has suetainedby banks.
From the report. of the Commitee of
Ways and Means in the Donee of Re.
preeentativee, on the lah of April,I830
it appears that the Government bad eut
fered "a lots (431 mIllione, , reeulting
ineonteetibly and exclusively from the
depreciation in the currency, end ma.
lung with the Aum lost by the discount.
forty-six millions or doliars,' Urend
ec. total, more than FORTY EIGHT MIL
LIONS of dollars loet by Batik De.
Nutters to the Treasury of the United
kat States I Comment is uselose .
A Wife end a Widow -A gentleman
named W. T. Chaplin went to Phi lade'.
phia, from Baitimore, on Thursdas last,
married Miss Murdock on Friday
morning. returned to Baitimore with his
wife the same day, took sick while ea.
ting his dinner at the City Hotel. end
instantly died. It is said that be Was a
native of Cambridge, in Ibis state.
ptilicoathero.--A fdllow won sr.
rested in New oilcans on the Sth inst.,
dressed in female apparel, and crating
himself Sophia Mitchell. he bad !ker.-
ved as chamkermaid on board a pocket
plying betwee NeW Orleans and Havre,
and in that capacity waited on the lady
General Harrison'a npirtiol of s Nes4
Canal Bankato tdet forth in the" State
Addrese allot Whigs of'
"As to the Bank, hie unqualified, dodo-4
ration, that it ia was unconatitutional. is
before cm. and THERE IS NO RA-.
EPIN TO BELEIVE THAT BB IS Its
FAVOR OF A BANK IN ANY Prim
for ho is ennuredely opposed to a' Gov
eminent Bank." What do' the Bank
wniga nf New Enteand think :of this,
Do they so ink spst the.mystio ''oriteleit
fib committee', : '
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS... :
Why does Gen. Harrison follow niqr
Col. Johnson to make speechesD'ye
give it up Because on old woman a ',,,
: have tho Iasi word I '
Whatedoes that mean I said a follow, t
ea fie pissed the whig pole with a,ciesc,
' barel writ forty feet bifih,,,:iTbat air, ( , 4
h, aid a wag.. contains , PRiNC- I -
FIX& Why do.they bang them up ow
high! Beroupe, riTtiert tho war. they t- .
are ittrairt.-tho people win seo into atm ;
...J.-iota mina evening stir,ofikto
vit tue ,ita sug. Ub tbs 10,0,r, ,
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- 111.LL MITCHENER.--,PUBLISHEBS.. CANAL DOVER,TUSCARAWA., COUNTY, (01110) OCTOBER 9, 184CL
YOLIDIE . NYAUSEIL 6.C ,
,-From the Cantok Democrat ter. tv.i7kInen are geving sood and increased I only be collected and disbursed in tholrol.t AI , A !MAUI. mennu aucly nob kePr? ItItVrd a VQIII rtrtnm 'Mit.' n 1-1'hiTtVit tundl
toy sorter Inemmet-
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