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'Gass, lia.sten, Jennings, Lucas. Moth
we, McLsughiin, Whiten, News
corn, Robb, Ripaset, Scofield, Shelby,
Swearingen, Tbompon, and Wound
"And those who voted in the nega
tive were Meedtd. Delwin, Cole, Foals,
Poster, WILLIAM H. HARRISON,
NIcLeeii, e'en, Pollick, Ruggles,
Roberta, Wheeler end Speaker-1V'
Dui perhaps the sceptical Feddies may
dare to doubilthe truth of the above. in
41M event we would commend to them
special IMMO the following certificate,
which id endorsed upon the back of, to
SICILLTAILT OF STATS'S OFFICE, ;
Cohomaus, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1836.
I certify that the foregoing is a true
.-rand accurate copy from the journals of
'the dews film State of Ohio, being
vibe first session of the 19th, General As.
sembly, held at Columbus, Dec.', IFP20.
See page6303.30 L305.
, ' CARTER B. HARLAN,
' ' ' Secretary of State.
Caporal Robert Lucas, the late Dern
ocratie Governor of Ohio, was then a
member of the Senate, and in the true
spirit of patriotism, made the following
temarka in support of the motion made
by Mr Fithian, of Champaign, to strike
out the 19th section, a true copy of
whose speech, ae then published, is-be"Mr.
Lucas said that he would vote
for the motion of the gentleman from
Champaign, Kfilr. Fithian,) to strike
out the section. He considered it ob
jectionable in every poiot of view. Ile
considered it but only a violation of that
provision ofthe conetitutton of the State
which dectaree that there shall be noith
mr slavery nor involuntary servitude in
this State, but it contains principles of
the most revolting character. It de
clairs that a pereon who is unable to
pay a fee, or costs, ohall be liable to be
'sou); and that the individual who will
pay the fine and coots for the ohortest
time of service obeli be the purchaser
'What will bo the operation of !hitt
Section,' said Mr. Lucae. 'We will
suppose a case;Suppose one of the
Patriots of the Revolution ehould be M
elilla by an enemy of his country, or a
'Poly, who had fought against hint in the
struggle for liberty, and be eliould be
provoked to commit an Result, in defen
ding the honor of his Government-,by
our laws he might be prosecuted end
fined. Ile is poor, and unable to pay
'Olefin& , What would follow under the
provisions of this 'metier', He is two
1A ADVERTISED FOR SALE
he is dragged by the crier along the
etreetsthe man who provoked the as.
milt, bids the amount oftfe fine and C0818
for the shortest term of service, say FOR
TEARSTHE OLD PATRIOT IS
KNOCKED Off TO HIS PERSE-CUTER,
and driven, in triumph. into
BONDAGE. Any Jnfortunate, citizen,
-who, in an unguardert,' moment, might
'be thus subjected to the'piyment of a
tine, would be liable to be SOLD, un
-der this section, and DRIVEN INTO
SLAVERY 11 A FREE NEGRO.
shodld euch a negro choose to becomt
the purchaser. 'Phis would be revol
ling to every principle of humanity, env
a disgrace to the age in which Ne live.
l'he question was then taken on Mr.
'Fithian a motion, and carried in the of
ftmativeyeas 20, nays, 12 So this
obnoxious provision. DEYENDED
VM. HARRISON, dues not
mow disgrace the statute book of Ohio.
We shall freqUently resume the con.
videration of the -question. ..t1r.
Ilarrisonwho is het" The Federal
ite shall have their triumphent query"
,onewred their heart's content."
"ARE WE PREPARED." The man cou
..t appears. froto the Befato Doily fore he seizes boll
'Republican that thegovernment of Grew which, being lath
Britian are making Warlike preparation,. .eem able to carry
wee ,Ind freritiently Min
-on tbe Canada line. The !intim
ineurelous rennot certaiely call for them tips of his nose all
-demonstrations on the part of that gov- ter. The old m
ernmeat. -Whether it he its intentioe through the water ,
lo frighten ea into a -dishonorable set- people upon the s
tlement of the North Eastern Bounderv. the man end his et
.queetion, or to compel our general gov- and urged him to is
vrnment to "me to Chancellor Baring catch the old mate
of the British Exchequer, 'a more com- happened to know
Trehensive guarantee' tor the various heaves and could r
tate-accurate bold by the stock nobil- he cried out, "F
-ity, we -not prepared -to eay. In. is no time to swap h
-either event, as we are not to be scared,. rightthe mare, at
wallop and trust, that our government floated down the e
twill, if it tad not akeady, take imme- gaieed strength as
gdiate vomits of thin intothitable evidence. and finally brough
,of British 'friendship by preperations for the shore. "Arra
'defence, at least equal to those inade,, was the better hor
lve presume, for attack. The Repub- leaped ashore.
ilican states 'that the situation of the The Whigs nog
Islorth-Eastern'Boundary Queation, at try is inking, and
,The preset; time, tenders this question ol don Van Buren an
'vest Importance 'to 'the inhabitants 'of ny Ilarrienn'e Pet
ihe frontier. We ara seemed from good ple think thi8 is to
'authority, thatthe have comtneni and they will clin
veld the building of two steam frigates at and Reform, until
Chippewa, below this city, under the Government back
wuperintendenee of en agent from Eng- and glory. Cadiz
land. We learn also, from the Detroit
papers,that barracks nearly opposite that
The whigs ore ant
city, ere -use& completed 'for 'the se- thy for their 'Hero,'
commodation if two thousand men; with poverty. if he is poi
' block-bouses,stockedes, end batteries, people or Hamilton
and haa held for yin
efficient to batter down the city, When
offices in the Stata. ti
lruer Malesty's officers may deem ku 111, (moo,
.-71"rlre fort of Malden has been which office, it is sa
, Minks, all summer, and se whether because he i
COU,nt ofbeing soeste
stidable prepsiations is go
IN11, we are not inf
, the whole line alb') Iron.- nal Can teltall about
'citinew to Passamoquod- Bet surely, if,
Can poi have Iltoususd dollars per
'the incursion of refl. I producei such a bou
CEN. HARRISOITS POVERTY.
racks nearly opposite that
The whigs, ore endeavoring to excite eympa
,fy t wcoomitoleutseadndfomr eteweiet; pity folt.theirr illelrir,' on account of his alleged
noocr. it is orootrillie fault of the
people of HamiltoP
stockade', and batteries,
and has held for 0
Y-ars. eneYoif the mi"onst6ruchrßaltdvit;
iter down the city, When
offiscetalin the State. the kes of which crionotibe
sety's officers may deem gi,t0i080e,aFder room, the duties of
rort of Malden bss been which oil,
pairs, ell svmmer, and se whether because he is not'ecom etneutt trribrma
count diming soextensively eoPgage'd in;tnit71
dable cremations ie go.-
INI1, we are not informed. Probable the Jour
he whole line of the Iron.- nalBcan telt all about it. . . . . , . .
!Citine.W to Passamoquod- ot surely, it, with a clerkship that ;lays six
Zrretions tan poi have ; tioususd dollars per gantlet,. end 8 farm that
produces such a boundlese amount of CAPIT
,$)1b, ïiii6 !IITH.Eli011 of ref.- I
, . (political') its is still in sunk a wrstnksti stst
Y Ina in
'Pi:11'1341ns who bold
jurscliction,ooisch bide Ibis lino.
Now emits the (petition; MI Wit no-
PARED' ' Le owl. triend of hte-coun
ty sett thus queotion..' Let our Cotigrens
ask the question, and let them asonner
ot in such a ()Antler, SS shall vindicate
1 the honor and the courage or the Amer.
man RepublicNew Ers. r, .: ,z,... ;,.
BANK REFORM.- -
On Monday last, Mr. BARIUM,
Chairmen of the Committee en Banks
and tbe Currency, iptroduced a, 1)111 to
regulate and IteNm , the Banking Sys.
tsm e this State, !bleb waslaid upon
the lib to be .printed.. We have not
yet bad an oppertunity of becoming thor;,
oughly acquainted with its revisions,
but remark respecting it, that it it based
upon those well4nown and sound prin.
ciples, which the Democratic party etand
pledged to carry out, Jt aims at the
establishment fa sound, useful and eafe
system of credita salutar) check upon
excessive issuesthe responsibility of
Corporatote, and a confinement of the
use of bank paper within the narrowest'
hmits possible, in the present condition
of the country. We are anxious to lay
""" "u Purgluluo lu mu Fiu""I ''u"umu" i in the House of Representativesetanuary 16,
ol the country. We are bilZiOtin to lay
the bill before our readers, and shall
Oa tile sub;iiet of Abolitionlmthinns.
keep them informed of its features and Mr, Sneaker. by refusing to receive these pe
Ile progress. .:, Wo cannot speak with litions after we have beard their contents stated
certainty concerning it, but from oar by the introducer, or by laying them on the ta
11840 ., . ,, , , ,
hie without any liuther he'leit upon them, wa
confidence in the talents, the ability and
avoid debate on this distracting istihtect. Sir,
mature judgement of the gentleman who
every debate here may kindle the fires rinser.-
reported the bill, we have every confi- rectien in the South. Let me esk, bovrcen,de.
donee that it will meet the expectations bate be prevented, if' we receive, and refer them
and wiehea of the people. He le a young to a committee? Ths moment that referencela
made, a member rises in los place, holds up a re
gentleman who performs wELL, wh, tev
solution in his hand, and demands Its adoption.
er duties he may have in charge; and is What is it? It is a resolution instructing the
exceeded by nO member of the House in committee to report in favor of the paiyers of
energy, mil, and untiring devotion to the Abolitionists. Ile has the floor, no other
the interests of his constituents and the number can get it in order to move the previous
State. 'fhe bill, we believe, in of suck question, and he proceeds tbr hoins, if not lays
to plead the cause of these incendiaries. Lve
a nature as to be acceptable to the De- Iry word be uttera. through the secret avec el
mucratin members of the Legislature, the Abolitionists, finds its way hi the ears ol the
and we hope that it will receive their , slave population of the South, and may excite
. , 'them to rebellion and massacre. But, sir, sup.
speedy action.-- O. S. Bulletan. .
IlnAlk Vetil Mires,Ati in SInnittilriff tha.; TIPOW;Alti Mis.
0:71There is great trouble in 11.e fed
eral camp abiim the proper Individual to
he whipped out for Governor.---Candi.
dated are daily multiplying, and opposie
non is waxing warm towards certain
wire workers who are ;Ai ge ling the
start in this matter. The Cincinnati
Gazette is out with great severity upon
Chas. Anthony. He se3s he is preai
dent of tho colonization society, and
bae said too meny.hard things of aboli
WiLsoN, of Steubenville,
Hammend,think; will not answer the
purpose; He has been ine active a pol
itician, and too much of a vilhfier;-Be
-ides, he is too newlycommittod on the
abolition question; He thinks Stillwei
of Zanesville wiil do better; At any rale,
he recommends some body who has nor-.
ar mingled in the conflict of parties;'
who is 1 brave man, and against whom
nothing itjurious can be started; This
ill be a puzver. Tederalists are al
ways polincians; active, reeolvite,
winning publicists's; The wire workers
of that parly will never consent to bring
forwerd a modest man; There will he
a deeperata struggle among the tio-04
lice-seeking gentry upon this point; and
lie who Lilts tu obtaining the nomina
tion, may well consider it a fortunate
escepe frons that certain prostration
which might otherwise ev ertake him.--
THE MARC & COLT.--Our friend Cur
'is, who addreseed the Whig meettng in
the Court tiouse on Friday evening last
lot hold of the wrong end of the woo
ibout the old uure and ct,11.The true
,torv tun.: Once on a time, an Irish
non undertook to convey IliniSelf and
Its mare and colt across the Ohio river
to a flat boat. By some misfortune,
he bont upset. and all three, mon, mate
ind colt, were thrown into the Ohio tie-r.
The man could not es im, were
fore ho seizes hold of the colt's tail,
which, being rather bkittish, di I not
eem able to carry his load to the shore.
md frerpently bunk, leaving only the
tips of his nose and ears above the wa--I
ter. The old mare at firat pubhee
through the water with great ease. The
people upon the shore become afraid '
the man end his colt would both drown
and urged him to let go of the colt and
catch the old mare's tail. But the man
happened to know that the mare had the
heaves and could not stand it long. 1,3n
he cried out, "Faith, my tonics, this
is no time to swap horses?" And, he was
rightthe mare soon began to fail and
floated down the stream. Bnt the colt
gained strength as he gained experience
and finally brought the Irishman eafe to
the shore. "Anal)! I told ye the colt
was the better horse," baid Pat, as he
The Whigs now tell us that the coun
try ia inking, and call upon us to &ban
don Van Buren and oeize hold of Gran..
ny Ilarribon'e Petticoat. But the Peo
ple think thi8 is no time to swap horses,
and they will cling to the subtreasury
and Reform, until ihey have broug'it the
Government back to its pristion purity
and glory. Cadiz Seatenal. .
(political?) he is still in such a wretched mato 1
1 of poerty, as his friends would have us sup.
pose, we do not want him to manage the Aunt
or the native. O. S. Bulletin.
i GREAT LAND SALES IN JOWIA,
I , , Moues) or Repreitedtatives tab; 11;640)
'. Vaiocs circumstances combling to produce
an unprention upon the publiotnhtd diet dte
iettot'orolored 11 the Prot idont it-lite:Territory
of Iowa on thu Oth, of March next wattid be
poutponed, 1 iuive deeniotr it 17ty tioti to illte
this method ofeerrocting that itepreeston, which
Itaiioca cirfunisienros eombling to produe
impression upon the publio OW that dte
Solis 'oroltiroit the Prooldunt &I-lite:Territory
of Iowa on thu Oth, of March nest would be
poulpotied, be've deernoir it- 17iy aOti to 'Ole
this method otcorrorting that ithpreasion, which
is done at AIM) earlioot moment that the deci
rsion upon tha application &La postponement
, will pertnit -. ,
will period. ..
The sales will not be postponed; atid there.'
fore some or the best bolds in the Territory or
!Ow& will 'be offered rot silo- on' 'the 9th or
March,1840. Capitalists who wish to make safe
and profitable investments; either by loaning
their money to the actual settler, and taking vtil
uable land end improvements in secarity, or
by purchasing lands at the public sale, oan then
have an opportunity. .
Believing there are many capitalists disposed may account for barrenness of Legts la.
to be at the vales with their money, to accom five news. Igo regularity 'in thc east
modate settlers and themselvee partioularly ity ern mail
getting from fifteen to twenty five per cent, in- ..
tercet, to those particulaly atilt communication
is addressed. , Our thanks are due to Messrs Allen,
W. W. CHAPMAN, Del. tiorn Iowa. and Tappan, U S. Senators, Leadbet
i ter, god Duncan, Representatives, tor
EXTRACT, From A Speech delivered by8 public documents. .
Mr. Watterson, Cf Tenneuee. Also to Meter' Brady, and Matthews
In the House of Representativesjanuary 16, Senators in the Legislature for pub.. dec.
, On tile sub;ect of Abolition'pethions. ' : , tOUNTY MEETNO.
Itri Sneaker, hy refusing to receive those pe- Would it not be well for the Demo
titions slier we have beard their contents stated
by the introducer, or by laying them on the to. ,,, .0
raCy of Tuscarawas county, to &seem.
lite without any limber tio'ion upon them, we ule r,
1 Pother shortly and concert mess
avoid debate on this distracting istilleet. Sir, 1 uree for the full and sound organization
every debate here may kindle the firea of insuN 1 of the party. Because our cause is a
rection in the South. Let me esk, boercendev
bate be prevented, if we receive, and refer them , ,
, just ona, our principiples firm, and our
miCutil tillwavering, are vo reasons why
to a committee? Tits moment that referencels
made, a member rises in his place holds up a re the party should .vot nteet together
solution in his hand, and demand's its adoption. more frequently, end intermingle those
What is it? It is a resolution instructing the , feelings which are tio necessary to form
committee to report in Aver of the Layers of;
the Abolitionists. Ile has the floor no other , Et complete UNITY.
meniber can get it in order to move th'e previousi . We bavo spoken to a number of the
question, and he proceeds for hews, if not days farmers On the subject, and they all
to plead the cause of these incendiaries. Eve I concur in the opinion that n oonoh
irr tynni im worst illirmich ti. tnnele nit , .
rv word lie utters. through the secret agency I
the Abolitionists, finds its way to the ears ol the I
slave population or the South, and nib), excite'
them to rebellion and massacre. But, sir, sup.
pose you succeed in applying thb previous clues
tion at the close of ibis speech, cannot another :
membeynd another, and so on, until the whole ; the friends o-f the County, of the &ate,
d the democratic cause in general.
nuinher is exhausted, bring forward resolutions aa . . ,
of the like kind, and in that way keep up an ev I Confident that me county le uemocratie,
erlasting disturbance out of it? This must be we only want the hall set in motion in
the inevitable resuit of xeceiving and referring
such papers to a committee. Unlike my two good time, that we may. the better pre
colleagues, IMessrs. Gentry and Boll, I can I pare for the great contest DORT at hand;
never consent to such a reception and reference. ve the enemy
It must lead to interminable discussion, and d is and the more effectually dri
from his ambush. -,
CUSblOn Imre, I fear, will lead to the most dire- The Lame and pitiful attempts of the
ful consequences.. .
The gentleman from the city.of New Yo'rk. . Federalists te get up meetings, and the
Mr. Monroe) has declared that the battle ofAft'! chaptallen and ghastly visages of the
bolitionism tnust be fought at the North. Must attendants theteon, fully prove to what
be fought in the North, and by whom, sir ? desperation they are driven in a bad
The political party (Whig) to which he teat.
lulled 1 11 so, I have solemn apprehensions CRUDO-R cause which is lit war with
that our rights will be in peculiarly bad reel). the popular w. ill, at war with our repub
tog t . . I bean institutions, and at it ar with our
Nir we.rn thaw 0.111;no th. linitlat netka antoh I svettgairSNIVSarti nd in PAIIIIIt ilithieh MIMI'
'i;ir,w6re they fighling .the battles orthe South, I
b h e is they were supporting a notorious Aboli, i
tionist (Mr. Brutish) for Lieutenant Govern- '
or of New York, whtn they gave' hint rhout
nineteen thousand votes in the city, and naer
one hundred end filly thousand in the State ?
Were they'fighting the haulm of the South, .
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or of New York, whtn they gave' hint ithout
nineteen thousand votes in the city, and naer
ono hundred and 611y thousand in the State ?
Were they lighting the battles of the South,
when rallying around the 'black standard of an
Abolitionists for Governor ol Pennsylvania in
18381 I mean Joseph Rimer, who recieved the
full Wing vote in that Slate. and will env mern
ber present deny it If so , let him speiik. I.
hold in nirliand a message whieh he delivered,
to the Legislature, December, 1836, and wmild
risk leave to read a short extract from it. A Avg :
speaking of the 'base bowing fifths, hnee to the
dark spirit of shivery,' he traul.
'Opposition to the admission into the 'Union
of new slavehoirling States, foul opposition to
mlavery 111 the District of Criliminia. the very
hearth null s tode a the funi7;rial honor, 'have
river been, apd aro the cherished doctrice of ow
State. Let us, lellow citizens, shrill by end
maintain them unshrinkingly and fearlessly.'
Here are 'clue ished' Abolition 'doctrines' for
yon 1 But, fir, the voice of the ballot boxes,
in toren of thunder, declared, that thivties
sage contaieed ftell slanders upon the enure! Re
publiren principles nf Penns, Ivniiia. Ritner
ism andAtoilitionism were overthrown; artd the
banner el' Democracy again waved ist broad
folds over that ancient Comtrinni.vealth.
Were they lighting the battles Drum South,
at the hte Harrisburg Convention, whin thes
nominated 8 candidate fin; the Prosidency, who
is in favor of trieircpriating the surplus revenue
to the enitilleilintiOn.01. slaves. Only hear litni :
'Should I he aseed if there ix tio way by ,
which tbe Getteral Government C1111 aid the
cause of Emancipation, mimeo that it has long
been en object near my heart, to seo the whole
nf its surphs revenue appropriated to that o'i
ject.' Were they fig' tieg file battles of the South
when they elected Abolitionietir Governor 011(1
Lieutenant Governor of Verhiont ? Sir, 1 regret
to say. that I have seen the success of these
men 4point:fed even in nly OWTI State, liv the
Whig newsparers, as a Whig vhitiry. ;Ver
mint erecti"Verinont ever true to her princi
1 pies!' and hke joyful exciamatione; have fres
fluently grated their colunis, on bearing of e
WhigAbolition triumph in that State. Heaven
say e the Democracy from all such triumph! ,
PRESIDEN FIAL ELECTORS
TI e suggestion niadeby the Richmond Whig,
on this subject, is worthy of attention. It is
that the selection should be made of men svho
will faithfully canvass their respective districts,
from the time nf their eppointment to the day
of election. Utile opposition elector-ticket in
this State, be composed of gentlemen of leisure,
talent, fluency. and attainment, who will min.
gle with all classes of the people, backed by
authentic documents, touching the ruinous mea.
sures of the party in power, and prepared to ex
pose the corruptions of the office-holders, we
greatly misinterpret the signs of the times, Mlle
old Farmer of Nortligend does not carry the S.
of Ohio by at least fifteen thousand votes.--Cin
Then it seams that the electoral ticket of the "Ialat''''' ." ..' .."- "Is ,
Bank federalist in to be composed of 'gentleman ic presses. in general, end more partie
d iniaure,' lvItu me to dictate to the laboring 'The Massillon Gazette, in figuring ulorly our own, svhich he ' gently term
people how they shall vote.- It is by such ma op Tippecanoete 10. 000 majority for the 'Hireling Press.' Now to prove
sures they hope Art fitleen thousand majority. ' to the tax pa ' h il hirelings,
yers, w o are 1,13
Why not say fiftv thousand 1 If these nimble
neat fall, seta down 300 for To PC'S18 w
member it. We it is only nereseary to refer them to
flowed 'GENTLEMEN OF 1,Eisintr min-.
rele whh ell classes orpsople,' black and white, os. and charges un to re
shall remember it.and mind Mr Gazette, the Treasurer's Books, So far from
people bf Brea are
they certainly should do a good business, movi if you are an good at prophecy, as you being swayed by the public printing, we
dad they are not Wasted as lite at simple addition, we promise on; distinctly say that we hove never rot eiv
den did the Blue light federal Bank Attorneys I
from Zanesville. , O. Statesman. i o petticoat of the first order, equal to his i'edthelfirst cent r m the coon y coif,
- A.. 1..1.. A. 6..
den did the Blue light federal Hank Attorneys
from Zanesville. , O. Statesman. ,
Magnificient VaultThe vault of the Scher
Amnion' futnily ie an object atilt) greatest curi
esity It is sierra so a 'AIL room. and Y.artred
by stoves constantly heated; no damp can op.
pronch these mouldering remaine, enshrined in
tombs ormolu, beautifully chased, end though
some are more than a hundred years old, thowth
their tenant,' have already crumbled into dust ,
these costly monuments still remain fresh and
unimpaired es they come from the hands of the
avothmen.iftailtes.s City of the Czar.,
C IN L DOVER; OHIO.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21;
7: THE ,NOICE OF THE COL NTRY
Veit Pa i.11.4 DEPT THX taY STATICS
r 9 -
itictitrxx VON Br JAEN.
FOR VIC PR VOMIT; ,,
' RICHARD DI JOHNSON.
, . Iron tiavitaximt,
WILSON SHANNON: 3
IRREGULARITY Ill the mails--
We have not received but one Ohio
Statesman for the loot two weeks. tl'hur
may account for barrenness of Legto
live news Igo regularity in the east
m- eeting is ot the utmost necessity, anti
call upon the Central committee through
us, for a meeting. We hope they ivil!
do their duty. as the proper officers, Be
governmeni; and a canoe which MUST
L'e kept down. Then let Tuvcarawae
a her dutv; call a meeting of her cit.
within three or four weeke, and
organize every lownehip far a Warn
camnalan. . , '
NEW DEMOCRATIC PAPER:,
We omitted in our last. to notice
the intention .to start another paper in
this section of the State, for the further
difrusionef democratic principles. It
will be published at Cadiz, front the lbi
tif March until! after the Pres'ideritial
election, tu be called the 'Loco. Foca
Plough Boy,' and Will be edited by an
association ofGentlemen from Tusea
rawas, Harrison, Jetleroon sod other
counties. We ere happy to see this,
step taken by the democracy. It is
time they1'were up end doing, and the
best way to DO, is to spread true prin.
eiplea like the rays of the min into evely
habitation, by the means of the press.
11y tt III the fainter, the mechante, the
attizan arid the meichant, receive light
themselven, and be prepared to, instill
pure 'principles 'into the minds of the ri
sing genertition. Surrounded as we
ale by the edherenis uf federalism,
Treadiug their fshielloods, diteptions
and .inisrepreeentations,, through the
community, poisining and cortupling
the body pold le, it behove the demo.
erotic party to repel every attack, and
expose all the vitly arts to gull the peo
ple. Then let the dtmocretie eitizens
itUbscribe for the 'Plough Boy.' It will
be published at the low price of 50 cis.
or copies for $5 00 in advance.
07- We call the attention dour read
. is, to the ex,ract from the jout nal of the
Seitate, as certified by the Secretary of
State, here will he found the odious
etion, to make slaver- of White men,
as voted for by Gen. Harrison The
various. falsehoods iesorted to by the
federalists, to clear him and deny his
supporting such a measure, has render
ed it necessary for the democrstie pres
ses to bring forth facts from the archives
of the State, that the people may know
list were the principles of this would.
be Hero, hen in the prime of life; and
that they can the better judge whether
he is worthy ()Neil suffrage. We
shall during the coming suointer,lay be
fore our readers, his public career, and
character, in its true light.
of' North Bend. ' -
The Advocate editor,- atter giving !
.vent to his natio! quantity of brothel 1
plirases, 'against the , edielelstrationv
coolly saye: "Gen. Herrieon, only' 'cid
ted to 'sell "sheeparealers, end petty
robbers".' Very gond Mr. Editor, un-,
'der Finch circureetancee; bad that law
paseiod,where Would you be at this lime?
PAPIRs VS. TIIICSTItirlD PIG
rlIto Adtocatet pungently- nietamor
iltioym ulo into a Porker, and holdtt ut
hy 'the tail, thinking, nct doubt well
ntifial to his nwn Arnitgament. IMnilf
;4'be Adtocate, pungently- Metamer
irIloyes uu into a Porker, and bolds u6
up by the tail, thioking, act doubt we'll
-Twirl to his own amusement, simply
beceuse we advertised for 'Hogs brie
tries,' on both sides of our peper
We have no objections to a joke, but
boo we are accused of 'laziness' it's
carrying the joke too far. We have
three reasons for doing as we have done,
let,. we prefer .'ineerting advertise'.
merits on both 'ides occasionally; rather
than by a system of ratting. disgrace
the business. 2ntl, some sight months
ago, the office wee robbed of a consid
erable amount of type, besides various
other appertenances, but 'where they
went, we're weary of conjecture... 3d,
Our poverty; (which is Harrison's vir
tue,) has prevented us from procuring
more, oibtrwise, we should give the
men from Kilkenny, more important
matter to vent his spleen on, than our
advertising columns . .
We are willing however, to accept
the name of 'porkei,' prävided the ed,
key. v ill imagino himself to be la
Striped Pig, 11110 1 yowitled further, that
shouid we ever 'WU fat' under our lipml
pelation, he will 110i like hiel party,ateal
our 'Good' Mains.' - . .. -
our 'Good Nnmp.' - - I
"THE PEOPLE TAKING CARE
OF THEMSELVES."It is 'well
known that Saturday last,' wits inten
ded to be a greatday, inaemceh is it.
was the day set apart by the Whigs"
of this county, for a convention. For
the two previous weeks they had been,
drumming up recruits, waggons, hOrsee,
banners, and all the paraphanalia nee
ternary to the getting up ot a grand min.
lay and mock fleroic spectacle. 'All
the gLog Cabins' were ransacked and
the 'hard cider' boys were requeeted to
come in,ly tens an'el twenties, to the
rendezvous either on horseback, on foot
or in wheelbarrows. But owing to the
muddy roads and scarcity amen, ' few
footmen attended- The majority of the
townships being averse to petticoat stan
dards, reeponded but faintly totbe wail..
ings of Harrison and Tyler. ' Dover,
however fi led up the vacuum." The Do
ver Whig:, have a more than ordinary
share of animal sagacity,and suspecting
there might be a falling off in the ' rear,
(akt Tippecanoe,) prepared for the e
mergency. All the- old waggons, spavined her.
see, boys and Shetland ponies, that
could be found, were ordered out fully
equipped, and by the aid of a band of
music, the whole combination, formed
a line; and, ' "
Then 'Twat! the valiant General, and 40 men,
That firat marched up the street, and then
marched down igain,
As the proceesion halted on Front street,
we took a retroppeelive view, for the
benifit of all whom it may concern. The
firet thing that attracted our attention,
was a flag supported at half mast, by a
number ofgentIemen, (vulgarly called
office seekers.) bearing an inscription,
the words of which we could not define,
but were told by one of the fisg-etaff.
that it meant sTlie people taking : care
of thernseivee."I'his was a capital idea,
sod trom the quantity of guigerbread
consuined, there is no eouht hut the I red ' . th makirg I-nark-eta low or
mottsan WaS a true one. Next came reonYii;ereaurleenuectliiiYarinti uantrownelayt nteoreasaari21 arise
from reducing' a bad cl
the banners of liarrison Ind Tyler, and
The pre ssure, 8P it is called. has ariseirfrom7:
Tyler and Harrison, borne upon the
their cadoses : It has grown out out of oveirti lid
breeze, by disappointed politicians and ottuttleitelinf e eel b:ðik stimulus. tt
boys, who, like ourselves looked very ltilang ugnrotte; telt: Istialvt i n gmdi ill ri ni st g it I i
poor, Ms however WaS very apt, I'm last year imported meorectitillatit
Harrison is poor too, and lastly, came yolid what we paid thr. (hit a alternalle; e'
nsiona and cunt:actions; and morn than ail,
eight or leit ni the honest yetoriannt,. uoliraii,,,,Itakti.ie 1,14,013 !herd uf.reius ifie whig party
without any , banners at all, much
their honor. The whole numbertionrf,tehee oitioautic.tellepairlritlerels,eurri;::Itiheetils7r:trie6rin.:irnnefi'llYleilvt itt)7114.
cat alcade excluding wi4goile, i y and frsomme or electiwito.
boys and binners, did not exceed forty. This being the phun matter of fact, rift in
Dertineral prove leen:lode tel his ptireipteP '110):
if (hie statement dots not corresponc
cause lie is seaming persecution for them f' W i 1
wok the whig'e, it MUM be attributee eniiiitld'er hiniittelftohbe whipped intn nd.
to our not being able to see doulýe. ilitilliYratitinnen :lel .et di taitittlill; es uNtl 111"illitull lc di I 14,,
l'he pi cession from Dover, formed . initiation that leuPnPo7ra
they catillot leave our ranks too 1410:1: werwvatitlit
the major part of the Convention. Such
amongst us no compromisers; nothing that will
then was the representation of the liti.nliceilliistitne. no midlk and water politiciancThe
.rmvERN. a f; !Alban the people. or shall die
strength of the Federal party in Tosco
hanks govewrrintinteie'noierlite env me Previa all
towns Connty. Such was the laq at
en Jr Lie suliposit of the dete"'
templit ofpye.balled Whiggery, to draw
again dig IlatIOWeil plederi:::1.1
the scale" over the peoples eyes. Such santillt'elitill7imillrtllhreir lives, their forfeiting avid pa
litt the beginning of the end of Whig ..i...i...."
. Lie. Huron, Woosttr Republiesen.
gery in this enuolt. The butsinese Itate --- se'es ,
V dif .
baeted tit his . mock cmivention, at FARMERS LOOK OUT. ,,,,,,
the reeding ol inftimatory reeolittionb, The flail of democratic victory is almost titii
At. lei ths eitteg, corruption ami
and delivery of 6pei ches, ell &noon. verntlly in the. midst of . 11.1 iiittmeedeitt ratm
cing the executive officers of our gov
olgnerec's111::: nhiblv''e vcry generally been too strong
eminent, the deitiocrat,c paity, and the tor the democracy. Itt the scales of matninon,
majority of tie people. the rich man's pulse weighs heavier than the
We hove seen cod heard of a great
niany bhains got up by the fellers' party, Prrerrentliamil4gttligielltpreN, terntaiinnintialstedcl7mntarYt;
to gain votes, and gull public opinion, in Off lanð,clomorrwy walks in triumph, there;
among the cultivators of the boilthe staunch
but they never exposed their naked de- inheritors a. . ;. -;
, :. ,
formily and weaktiebri, as did this Whig That Ancient Nth that Unnwit no guile, ,,,4
conventioni ,The citizens of this coun- And industry emb 'lied whit toil, ' .!
ty, only want to behold one or two more And hearts resolved and hands prepared,. '
such gatherings, ere Federalism is con- The bessings they enjoy toGUARD.' - 1
signed to the tomb onto). Capulets. .
COUNTY PRINTINti.We bear
the Advocate conetantly brawling brid
yelping about the venality of democrat
ic preseee, in general, an'el more partie
ettthelfirst cent r m the coun y cnififtet
tiordo ee ever expect to white the tax
payers of Ale community ere willing to
ubmit to extortiorl for tho purr's ol
peying the Federal Advocate, 10 per!
cent worefor doing the printing,' then
other counties do. ,
Ve shall pursue this subject further,
end tee who ate the hirelings, sleo
show how it it printers aro onobled to
tuy forme; now a dor'.
WHIG llgoolc.l'he Phil. H I a 1st.
"Ye, Harrison 'is honest, or he wool,'
not be poor.11.,-.From 'hie we lento that
Poor 111011 only are honest. Rich only
4re not poor. Therdore, Rich Dieu are ,
not honest. -
If we carry out the Herald'e ergo-
men what wili become of the honesty
of the Whig pattythat party whose
God is Mammonwhese exieteoce
ponds upori Rankers and stork jobbarst
In the Whig Caravan' that weOt'from
this place on Saturday. we noticed nose
of those gaudy bannere, which were
wont to deck off their procesions. aa ins -
blame ofthe Slates they had gained.
No, not even Michigan, was. repreeen
ted on I rag. , It looked humiliating in
the extrime. lb see the despaiy depictid. -
in every countenance that marched wk.
dei the Harrison dig, as though thq
were performing the last. funeral' May
of their departed hero ,
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Sorntsms.vuot look at the govern
merit spending thirty millionv of 'specie a year.
and the total amount of :apeoie in die ceuntry
aighty-fiva millionk Adk a school boY this
question in the rule of threnif Van Olean
spends 30 millions a year in peck), how long
will it take him io spend 85 millions '-or'' if
wheat brings enly filly tents- in the Present
scarcity of money,' what will it be wino the
ment spending thirty millions of 'imecie a yew,.
and the total amount of .specie in die cciuntry
eighty-five millions, Adk a school hi tins
question in the rule of threaif Van Oman
spends 30 millions a year in specie, how long
will ii take him .to spend 85 millions -.-or if -
wheat brings only fifiy tentr:in the present
maircity.of money, what will it be wien the
specie is ail with the, government. ll'esca.
riwas Advoctite, , '
Hai is arguthent truly. - The gov
ernment is to spend its specie, in 3
years, and 'yet at the'end of three years
have it. all , again. , 'Now Mr.
rick, if you loee one third of your 807
scribers each year,rit the end of 3:YCars
how.many will you heve left,. allowing,
that you continue on lying, in the same
ratio as at present :, Or to come at it
more. scientifically,.,, ruppose. yoU have'
three dollars, and spend one dollar 'cacti
day, for grog. At the end 14 three 'days
how much grog will you have, beides
your three &Hard "Do !pen yritfr
eyes,' before getting so ."Hard run' for
arguments. .., ., 1
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The time fixed by the Legislature, fur
holding the' Courts in Tuscarawae coon
ty are as follow'', to wit: , , -
Courts of Common Please, March
30th.' 'June 15th, September. 21.
Supreme Court October 911),
Judge Belain's Circuit,' is now rem
!lined of the Counties of Stalk, Colurrh,
biana, Carroll, and Tuticarawat Thi
Legislature have erected two new kith.
cial Circuit& ' t
Our readers need-not be told that our opponente
are exerting ail their energies to create polith.
cal capital put of the state of tile tnarket, tho
scarcity of money in id, say they. the
natural consequences of Van Burenistn, Bonk
Reform and other measures of the people which
with characteriltic politeness they designate
humbucetry. , ' :,
Nothing la more false or disengeneous Ono
such assertions. The present and late adininis
tr: tion of the General Government; and the
present Legislature and executive of Ohio, have
strained every nerve to protect and advance the
interests of the people sguiest the swindling in
stitutions that have sprung up amongst them,
and to compel those tna,tutions to act in good
thith towards those who have brought them tit,
to being. They have liad no agency either dt
Indemnification for Slaves In thelondort
Courier of the 14th, there is a paragraph stating
that the A. Minister had attended at theTressal
ry Deparunent and the Itank of England, and
closed thc negotiation which has been so long
pending het veen the Government of Eng !anti
and that of the U. States, relative to a nueber of
eleven claimed by American citizens as their
property, which. had Leen shipwrecked soma
eight or nine years age in the Bahamas, and libt
mated by the authorities of Nassau. The a.
mount of cempensat. on which her Majesty's
Government finally agreed to pay, and received
Ity the A. Minister, mnounted In between Ivrea!
sty and NI try thousand pounds sterling. ,
- ' N. Y.-Evening ropt ,
N. Y. Journst of Commrree.. "
NEW ORLFA NS, Jam: 21
There teas a perfect psnie yeetardal about
Mississippi money, oecasioned bv the report or
the proceedings pending before tbe 1.egistature
of that State, respecting such of the bank chard
tera all do not resume spiccie payments on' or to
fore the 1st of April making it fairway to issue
post notes, and to pass them eller a liwliCd day,
a penitentiary offence..
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