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VErtIPEKANCE vs. HARD,XIDER. . 1 ',',4 , ils another proof, if proof were needed, of 4 .', , !tee great danger to be apprehended fro m the al ; "'sway film "Hard Cider Banner" of the Whigs 11,16,..or we cut from the Sunday School Journal, the ,f i following pledge taken by the youths of Harris., 7.!': ',-,A burg, Pa., at their celebration of the 4th of Jo. IP,' :,:4;', ly. We cannot too much approve the farseeing .,1,. '!,:',0 phitosophy of engrafting in the youthful pledge t!, J, ; a cautioa caleulated to restrain young persons il f 4 - ,,' from being led away by the hard cider entbusi t t-S ,:,,, tom, which the flarrisonites are endeavoring to -V4, -',-; . create, in the very recklessness over the length ,, I and breath of this devoted land. , , "! TpuTILAdhere rigidly and undeviating . to truth: 1)ut while you express what is true, ex ",, prolsa it in a pleasing manner. Truth id the pic . tore, the manner id the frame that displays it to , advantage. If a man blends his angry passions ,s4, wit't his search atter truth, become hts superior ,0 by suppressing yours,.and attend only to the just , nese and force of his reasoning. Truth convey p) ed in austere anti acrimonious langnage, seldom has a ealutary effect, since we reject truth. be. - ?,,,V cause we are prejudiced againat the mode of ;v$ communination. The heart must be won be . fore intellect can be informed. A man may be ,, l'I. ; tray the cause of truth by his unreasonable zeal, , -0,,r. '.., as he destroys its salutary effects by the acritno. .., , ny or hie manner. Whoever would be a sue - ., 4 &seal instructor mnst first become a mild and ) : . affectionate lien& . - t4 What is wedded happiness made of?' Mutual lorbearance, tenderness and respect. t -0 Is it dear? It cannot be dear at any price. win it brekk ? When it is broken by death, it is rejoined in heaven. What ie beauty ? A key to the heart of the .1 beholder, an apology for many follies, and the 1 f , ' inducement for many more. ,- ' ,, Can I buy it? Not the thing itself, but you may buy the person who hag it, ' Itors printed in each coTuTfrirIFTStárd-r-tvd any such paper is printed, give notice tit time of huldiry, such election, and the num of Electors o(President arid Vice Preside there to be chosem! . ' I , Therefore, in discharge q the duty mil ir , by :he provision of the el'oresuid act, I, t I - SON SHANNON, Otividnor of the-13tet Olsio, do hereby notilnd requirri the qualii . eleetors of this State', tò asseinble in their rillsi ) , ilia townships at the usual place &signet I 4,, holding Elections. on the last FRIDAY, 146 1 the THIRYIETH day of OC I:OBER next,a then and there proceed to elect twentponc e tors or President and Vice President of the I ited States, in pursuance of thaConstittitidn Iaws of the United States and of Allis Statta , In'testieriony whereof, I, WILSON SBA DION.. Alovernor of the State of Ohio,' Iv ., ' hereunto subscibed mv name. lied e t. e.) ed the Great Seal of the State to IA 1 , , fixed, at Columbus the 20th daY of ; gust, in the year of our lord, one thousand el f hundred and forty, and in the sixty-fifth font the Independence of the United States tif 1 . ' s ', - 'Li, ' By the Governor,t 1 '"! 1.'4,- , 1 WILSON, OlatANA S . vir LIMAN TREVITT, i ' , , ' Secretary of State. fp.. ,.., ,f . , MEDICAL NOTICE;;, ' THE sehseribers would hereby 'IlirUft. . citizens of Bolivar and the adjacent cam! I that they have entered into partnership ror .., practice of Medicnie and Surgery, and sto ' most respectfully tender their professional s ; vices to those who may become the subjeP,1 . 1 disease. . A. BENNETIV JAMES JOIINSUN August 28, 1840tf PLEDG A pledge we make, No wine to take, Nor brandy red, 4 To turn the bead, Nor whiskey bot, That makes the sot, Nor fiery rum, That ruins borne, Nor wilt we sin, , By drinking gin, Davi Cider too, Witt never do, Nor brewer's beer, Our hearts to cheer. To quench our thirst, we always bring Cold water from the well or spnng, So here we plsdge perpetual hate To all that can Intoxicate. Fathers and mothers see this. Reflect, if there must be not something intrinsically wrong in a cause which resorts to such expedients to obtain its ends. Expedients. which irresisttis bly lead to the degredation of the yorng men of our country.Bal, Rep. A FATHER, A Patrfarchal Plongliman,A foreign pnper states dint a short time ago an inhabitant of the village of St. Dunnet, in the Creuse, desired one of his Inn, who is seventystine years of age, to have the horses put to the plough, and went into a field with it, accompanied by his farnik. Re then hold the plough, and when he htid svorked for some time. said taking off his hat. "My children, let us rerurn thanks to Cod, Tell rum' friends that your ancestor, after his hundredth year, ploughed, the fietd which gives von auhsistance. I yesterday reached my ;froth year." Bonaparte on the Cowardice of Bakke. - 4 01Buicide e crime revolting to my feelingtu nor does any reason peseta itself to my under.. it standing by whet') it can bejusttned. It certain 4 ty originates in that species of fear which we , : ritifilminate cowardice. For what cleim cans Plan have to courage who trembles at the frowns f fortunetTrue heroism consists in becoming 1 is)uperior to the ills of lila, in whatever shape , they may challenge him to the combat." On another occasion, when talking on the same sub , ,rct, Bonaparte ohgeryed,' Marius had slain imselfon the Marshes of Iginturnae, he never . uyruatirtu to Lou ion Lowaroteo Gi blilLide ...PP 1st District; E. LI Hiner. . '-. I 01Buicide is a cntne revolting to my feelings; , -,' nor does any reavon peseta ititelf to mst under.. 2d District; Samuel Milligan., ' tending by wino') it can be joettned. It certain , ss. a 3d Ðistricl; Bennet Smith. . , f 4. . ty originates in that species of fear which we tillt District; L. V., orsightop, 3 ! 4. , 0'5111mintie cowardice. For what cleim can 1 . Oh District; C. Humphreys, Plan have to courage who trembles at the frowns 7th setriet; E. Nut. ' ',. of fortuneTrue heroism consists in becoming , Ts d q 4 r- ' pit I the ills of lila in what v h p Silt Demi; est e nes . : '.. teluteyritatway challenge him tin the com beart."1 nOne ..' 9ih District; allomg se McGinn' is. . ( . , . . another occasion, when talking on the Ramo sub , ,,.,.. t , pc ' t Bona a p rte obgerved,' 'if Marius had slain I s t t- v't 10th District; D. A. riatt.:,. , :' .,ft, bite:Won the Marshes of Minturnee, he never , ,tailti. a.sr,tetri.ct; Henry...Vest, .4 ., 2 enter 11 ,, :., would hatfe stood the seventh limo Ibr oonsul.sss I. r l'In 41'81110; Williarn P ' ' L.I , Anatomy of suicide. , , , .',, . ' '''', 3 13111Districl; Moses 11, oegland . , , i .. . - .....,-,-... ' 4 - - r 4......''' '''..... From tho Mt. Vernon Banner. PROCEEDINGS OP THE DEMO CRTIC :YOUNG MEN'S STATE CONVENTION, ASSEMBLED IN MT. VERNON, 01110, AU GUST 19, 1810. WEDNESDAY, Aue. 19, 7 A. M. , In accordance with the recommenda. lion of the Democratic Convention held 1 in Columbtis on the 8th of.lanuary hist, the delegates to the Democratic Young 1 Men'e Convenvention assembled in Mt Vernon, on Wednesday, August 19, 1840. The Convention wee called to' eider by D. K. Cure Esq.. of Summit, who nominated MATTHEW JOHN SONEsq., of Stark,' as Preeident, and JOEL TIFP'ANY, 'of Lorain, as Secretary, pro tem. ' On motion of Mr. CARTER, a COM mitts of three from each Congression al district W88 appointed for the purpose of nominating a President, nineteen Vice Presidents and six Secretariee, as permanent officers of the Convention Whereupon the following gentlemen were appointed, to wit: 1st District; J. 13 Armstrong, D. E. Hiner, G. M. Ayres. 2d Distaict; Samuel Milligan, M. Weaver, James C. James. ' 3d District; William Blackhurn, Ben. net Smith. 4th District; L. V. Creighton, W. H. Stokes, G. W. Stokes. 6th District; Charles Humphreys. 7th District; E. Nuse. Sib District; C. Sweeteer, J. Brough, T. J. Morgan. 9th District; Peter Early, N. Croa sin, same Pepper. 10th District; Thos.g J. Gallagher, Anthony Ranning, R. D. Roweey. 12th District; William Spencer, G. W. Manypenny, James Parker. .13th District; b. Allison, Isaac H. laite.,.heoAs. Ray nescraft. lith Distlict; Geo. S. Patterson, T. ' W. Barcley,Ilenry C. Brish. 15th District; W. B. Craw, D. B. Austin, D. K. Carter. 17th District; Geo. McLaughlin, Henry Hessen. 18th District; A. A. Byres, John ' Hull, W. Dunbar. 19th District; James McNutt. , Ott motitii Of T.: WrihaTirr, Esq., of Richland. Resolued,!Thet the Foregoing Con gressional Cornmittee be inetructed to nominate a comtnittee of one from each dietria to draft Resolutions expressive of the sense of the Convention upon the great political questions that form the basis dour republican institutions. and report the tame at an adjourned meet ing of this Convention. On motion, Convention adjournee to meet egain in the grove selected for the purpose. 10 A. M Agreeably to adjournment, Conven tion reassembled. Mr. BARTLEY, Chairmen of the;com mittee on nominatione, eubmitted r names or the following individuals at permanent officers of the Convention, , and the question being taken upon the r adoption of the report it was unatiinous ly agreed to.. President. , ALLEN G. THURMAN, of Ross. Vice Prestdents. G. M. Ayres', of Hamilton, James Weaved of Butler. Bennet Smith of Allen. - W. H. Stokee, of Warren. 1 S. Milligan. of Butler. C. flumphrove, of Washington. , E. Noe, of Roes& , . Patterson, of Delawate. Abel Stukey, of Fairfield. T. J. Gallagher, of Logan. Henry West, of Belmont.. G. W. Manypenny, of Muskingum. G. W. Salmon; of Coshocton. - T. W. Bartley of Richland. R. P. Spaulding, of Sownit. A. D. Smith, of Cuyahoga. George MeLaugh Lin, of Columbiana, M. Johnson, of Stark. ' James N1cNutt, of Harrison. , Secretaries. - T. J. Morgan, of Franklin. D, A. Pratt, of Logan. W. H. Kepler, of Seneca. Joel Tiffany, of Lorain. Isaac Pepper; of Perry, B. B. Jones, al' Erie. Upon taking the chair, Mr. TutramaN returned thanks for the udexpected hens or conferred upon him, In en appropri ate addrese, which was received with great applause. Mr. BARTLEY; from lhe Committee on nominations, reported the following gentlemen a committee. to draft resolu tions, viz: Mb:District; Homer Everett. 15th District; D. R. Carter.. 17th District; Henry lleStOn. ISth District; S. L. Mora. : 19th District; James Mr. Nutt, The President then introduced to tho Convention Col. R. M, JOHNSON, Vice President of the U., States. and hero of the Tharp. whose presence was greeted with thundering huzzae by the assembled thousands. The euthu. einem of the people was unboundedir', and as the Colonel proceeded in addres-, sing his fellow-citizen., scarce a Nen, tence Was uttered which did not elicit the most marked dernonstritions of joy and gratitilde, ,' When Col. Johnson had concluded, GOVERNOR SHANNON was pre Booted to the Convention. .11e was hailed. with the greatest applause and enthusiasmand whilst addressing the aseembly was frequently interrnpted by spontaneous bursts of approval on the part of hie hearers. SENATOR ALLEN v es next re quested to address the people. TIA deafening shout with which he wan re ceived well attested the strong hold this great man hos upon the affections of his follow countrymen. For several honrt he commanded the undivided attention of the immense mass who seemed to be Dr. A. D. SMITH, of Cleave land, , being loudly called for, responded in a very handsome addrese reptete with wit and earcasm. The Dr. was very hap py in his remarks, as the shouts of the multitude fully attested. Col. C. J. McN ULTY, aftet pro: nouncing a very hftlidsome encomium upon the talents and democratic zeal of ions BROUGII Esq , moved that, that gentleman be requested to address the Conveution. In reply to their unani mous call, Mr. Brough proceeded to addrese the 1.eople with hie accustomed eloquence aad Shotit followel shout, and huzza, huzzal For upwards of two hours he received the attention of hot eudience in laying bare the de ception, and frauda of the opposition, and bolding up to seorn and ridicule of honest men the inconsistent, truckling and dishonorable conduct of the whig candidate for Governor. He referred to documents and made no declaration which he did not substantiate with iii dubituble evidence. The Committee on tYtiolutions, being called upon to report, submitted the fol lowing, which wete unammously adop ted: RESOLUTIONS. Resolved, That it) MARTIN VAN BUR EN we recognise a democrat of the Jtfersonian Schools statesman of the highest ordera politician, frank, fearless end independent, not securing himself behind a "Coefidential Com mittee." but, whenever called upon ma king "declarations of his opinions fot the public eye"--an Executive whose meagures bave been prompted by an at, dont deaire for, end have tended to the good of the people; and in all thing. a candidate worthy the support of the great Democratic petty of the country. Resolved, That the gallant old vete ran, Col. RICHARD NI. JOHNSON, commends himself to the confidence and eupport of his countrymen, not less by his great and important civil esrviees, guided and directed as they have been, by the most exalted patriotism, ihe broadeet benevolence. and unt;ring de votion to the beet intereets of his couns try than by his bravety in the battlefield in defence of our homes and our free institutions. Resolved, That we hail with emo lions of pleasure, the passage, by the last Cengrese, of the Independent Treas sury Bill, as a Eecond Declaration of American Independence; the first emans eipating tut from the thraldom of Great tritain the second delivering us from the grasp of an overweening monied aristocracy., that we cannot aeknowl edge tbe doctrine, that the people of this country are legitimately subject to taxation, in order that a revenue may be raised for the uses and purposes of speculation by the bankers of the land. Taxes are imposed for the benefit of the people thetr.solvei, and are cheerfully borne, because they yield in rettan the protection of a common government to all. To the purpoies for which they are levied are they alone properly appli cable; they are the property of the peos 'pte, and not of the corporations .of the country; and it is a calumny upon that people which we publicly stamp with our resentment, that they are not copable, or poesessed of sufficient honesty and in tegrity to collect, safely keep and dis burse their own niOney. but must yield it to a horde of blinkers whose whole his torytis a record of broken faith. to the , government frotit whence they derive their corporal exibteoce; end ,eutrege couritry. e4lolved, That we warmly coincide with MARTIN VAN BuREN in his pub licly expreseed sentiment of uncompro Freeing hostility to a National...Batik. That we regard such an institution at war with the letter and epirit of our Congtlitutiondangerous to our liber ties, Red fatal to the industry and pros. perty, the people. In the firm Meer pnratIv.,it was unquestionably design ed by its yotrierm to change the chem. ter ef our governmentto oubvert their rigl2A1,s t ete the people of ihe eeetto: nothing but the Boman rtntiples of ANDREW JAct(SON, and ðie determination of the denicerttey elm rallied to his sup port, prevented the accomplishment of these designs. after the manner of the Rank ol England, and the subservien. cy and degradation of our citizene to the medium) of IL. 10)oring chose!' 01 that country, who Ity the operatiiins o: the National Bunk, linve bad witted tit their eervitude to ft liiegly power, the most degrading minvery to a bloated ar istocracy, and tt Bank riper nobility. it mired, That the banking eystem of this coorilry, from the first, beet net era! etep of its degeneracy, from the pnrposee of public good to those of Teculation, pecuniary gain, and event 'tally fraud upon the community, has been the frmtful source of evð to our people, By its conetant revulsione by ItS frequent "expansions and COW. tractions"it has unsettled the prices of propertyrendered continually flue. tuatin,r the prices of labor Rnd product., thereby ronveying from the hands of the oroduciug classes the rewards of their industry, end placing them in the pock Ate of the oprculatorscontaminated the independent opirit, if Pot the moral honesty and integrity, of those w Ito 'Hive been drawn within its baneful' in fluence and subetituted .the inordinate thirst for gain without corresponding in. rfustry, for the more ennobling feelings of patriotism aðd desire for the prolec. ,ion, welfare and prosperity of all our neople. That elitist we seek not to annihilete the banking institutions of the country, we are resolved to perse vere in our determination to render thorn the servante, not the masters of the pee oleto bring them back to tie nrtginal eurpostert of their creation, the oubservi. ency of tile public good, inatead of the prosecution of pecuniary gain et the ex ewe of the great mass of the commun. ity; & to wall about their corporate priv ileges ouch restriciions and salutary pro. visione, as shall protect societyhole ing, as we do, with the Governor of Ohio, in 1815, that it is the right as well as the duty of the Legislature, to enact such. measures as will protect the people from the acts of instiutions, which, while they are capable of extended pub lic good, are yet able to sow the seeds of evil end of misery. Resolved, That we siew with alarm the recent frauds upon the elective fran: chise in Pennsylvania and New Jersey; ! and that these, with. the developments , CANAL DOVER, TITS' CARAWAS COUNTY, (01-110)'SEP'FEMBER 4, 184N ' . VOLUME2. :1' ' : , S. D. Preston, 5 .., A 11, 0 and that these:with. tho developmenia. VV Ir HAMM: -of Fairfield. of the federal circular March last. in W. Dunbar, of Slink, Ohio, should serve as a aolemo warn-1 A. D. Smith, of Cuyehoga. ing tthe freemen of this slIfte to guard T. J. Henderson. of Hamilton, with untiring vigitance, otk a t of t Gen. Dodd, of bleep, resobitsVstermlnatien thelii ALLOT John 11.11oung. of Champaign, BOXES al the cominreoPtion; for the Geo .8. Patterson of Huron; ,' corruption of toe right quid .0n mcItion. , - NUMBER O. upon., and plunder of society. . 1 prejudices and passions of the people Convention. - . . '',. -.', Resolved, That we iegard theclaim 1 by means Of mock log cabins and thS On motion of JAMS Nana, Esq. - sit up by banking institutions of the !whir fooiery they exhibit, es an insult '..--; Resolved, That the Provident, Vico . teuntry, to the use of the public) moneY I to the inteliireore of our fellow CittUrne; Oresidents and Secretaries are entitled - ,-:. Iv a right, as one of the most alatming'l a screen to hide their own princiPles,- to the thanks of tbis Convention fol itio signs of the times. History teaches i end those of their cendidates frbfit the obis 'and impartial manner in which they . ,:. hat the Trogress of despntism in all public evei and a verification of the pro''.k titive discharged the duties of their sew. - i ges of the werld, has been by slow ' phecy of John Adams in his Cunning 'oral statiOn'at r ' 'S ' . ' r . : . . , egrees, until public virtue, from gradu..4 ham lelteri, l'that - illustrious ' faMilies, I '' The Preoident, on- behalf Ot himself .. Ed underminings, fet1 an easy prey to when fallen into d'ocay, will profess to land fellow ditlicsis retUrned .,thauks to: Ite designs upon itt,br. the silent, but , turn detriocrato; and coUrV tht, people iihe Convention for the kitid manner of.' , . .ç when fallen into decay, will pro ess lo. '41nd fellow officer, returned Ahaoke to turn democrats; and court:. the eople iihe Convention for the kind mariner irt ' , -- - ' - . . . - - ' - -- --' -- - ..-- -7 -- ":7 -''7...." 7.-- -7---:' ::- 1 - - r - permanet accuMulations of ',ewer made with an art and an' assiduity winch- no 1 ser strong 'the sierra of oppreesion,- be.- iulgar'democrat can, evert atteitO ' -, sod tongra!utaied the Ðeinocesey'ution ,,,.,:,, which they had refeFred to ihtir conduct. : . ' . 11441its open manifestatión,lhaOiaiatj'"Itstrotsi4;Ithat the cenene iirnenerV. ;Ite Ilatmoil: and decorum whichliad. l'''-.,',.: a; striggli marked 'the transitionk ffem al liarrisOns instie' lding him4k ItOtintt prevaiied,throughout the sirringe of the ' ', '. Kum an Ithertvilor the 'townieCa ri.i.''s,i',)4' gacrin'ia. Imirfrgittsc 4," itt. rfs4-141-nt ,.!,.,C...4; v, aniroo.. l'iand .Ality glOriOlif C0111141: '',.:'.. , , --k,1 ',,, 4 monied power,' 'and its sure atteudant,-"a to make any declaration OC hiS opirilona quences which must eivult from the di.- .',i-,. : ,,, mil.st heartless despotism. The early ' for the public eve, in unpre4denterr in liberations,' of the tremendouti masses '.'-' but impolitic action of the American . the history of thio countrv,-la betrayal which had:that dav congregated to con... .,, goveroment, in employing banks ae the of the want of confidence in the othiple, sult together, ror,the public good. , '.- ,.?,'.,,,' fiscal !genie of the Treariury, was a tfirst a direct insult to their intelligence aud . .- . , .. ... received .as an extraordinary mark of inlegriy; and a flagrant 'outrage upon When on motion, Resolvted, That . the. proceedings. be, .,. . favor, when no privilege existed to claim their suffrages. , ' signed by the officers. and published. in . . ;:., it; but so steady bus been the progreos 'r Resolved, That WILSON SHAN.. all the democratic papers ot tillio..end . of the money power, that when at thin NON, our democratic Governor, has in the Vestment) Globe, and that The ' day, under the Snmo constitution and well auntained the confidence repoeed in Convention do now adjourn sine di& .... ' ,:'',, the same law tho people demand a di- him by the citizens of his native state; ALLEN G. THURMAN, Pres; - ; - , , vorce of their revenues from the bank, the malice, the slanders and perseeu... i' --- .................... r dp- ,1 e v kl el t s rl o o 1 rim , - -. eerved well 'Mooted the strong hold this the strong arm of corporate Limn pation Items of his eneumee, have but ehown DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONe . .. 'treat man hes upon the affections of his is bared to the world; the custay of the the reek teesnees end mendacityscf their AL CONVENTION. . follow countrymen. For several honre taxes collected from the people, for pure Require, and endeared the object of he commanded the undivided attention posee of pecuniary advantage is boldly i eliecleogeRoteetiesefitoomselLileoiscesoautnciTe.; 0:1. :.; of the immenee masa who seemed to be- claimed as a right; and the spectacle' Ohio, ae a public servant tried in the them etill mere to the democracy ofi Tlite31 come unconecious of the tepee of time ie presented feint hundred banks, arm, furnace; refined but not destroyed. retests.. composing the thirteenth Cfill . , Coshocton, Holmes., Knox anti THisten , in listening to the burning eloquence of ed with MI the appliances of corporatel Romer,d, That the (-muse of elecðon- greesional distrust or Ohio, Pureuellt to their orator. I power, the assumption of corporate eering pursued by the Peeve! catididate When Col. Allen Wed taken ime seat, 1Privilege, and the Powerful weePon of for Governor, in 'abusing the edminis- et lilltreburgh Holmes county, on.- a previiii.e authorized notice, eeeerebled , , on motion, it woe, !MONEY, toruggling against the PEOPLE! tration for expenditotee of public money, Monday the 17th inet. Re:raved, l'hat this Convention do not only for Of, use and custody of the: while he he not voted against a dollar Tito Convention was entled to order now adjourn to re-aeeentble et early public revenuee but for the exercise ' of the alleged extravegent appropria- 13y J. C.. McNtir..Tr, of KnOE CountY, candielighting. upoe !he tender principles of a monied ' ling; for adopting the bob treasure, WILLIAM S. TAN.. 7 P. M deepoitsm, of the political power of Ilie I when in 1935 his own votes upon the NYII1LL Esq on who-e mntion, of Holmes was appom Dr. A. D. SMITH, of Cleaveland, , couritry. , being loudly called for, responded in a esolved, That we warmly coincide' deerepodeeitceidleddlli,yeranvdoGraebtirethttorotehrnetsoolleuRtsoutnree; reitienlinsi,eys, er.M, Dce.,,, very handsome addreee replete with wit will) MARTIN VAN BUREN in hie pub- in denotineing the extent of the OltiCIP LEONARD, Eeq. oi Tuscarawae county, ' ILe ed s er, "El ledge. n lo. f "Kdn o xl. and earcasin. The Dr. was very hap- hely expreseed sentiment of uncompro- tive patronage, when in 1935 he voted Secretaries. , PY in lite remarks, ate the shouts of the treeing hoetility to a Nationale Batik. for an amendment of the conetitution to On motion of C. J. MciNirrli5t, multitude fully attested. 'Pipit wo regard such an inetitution at extend the presideetial term to mix years; The chair appointed. the following ' Col. C. J. McN ULTY,' aftet pro: war with the letter and Wit of CHr RIA in declettreng against the union of pereons a committee of three to exam-, . nouncing a very helidsome encotnium Conetitutiondangerous to our litter the purse and the sword, when lO 1939 lee the credeettul' (4 146" 14 "ten' upon the talents and democratic zeal of tiee, etid fatal to the industry and pros. he voted for the only mettenre by which ions BROUGII Esq , moved that, that Perly, . the people. In the first iticor- the PtirRO Ond eword were uneed under tu be duly appointed delegates and se, -, dance end report ilte nameft of preens . gentleman be requested to address, the intrathe.:it wee unquestionahlY design- our governmeni.in the hands of diet of-- such welled to eeate in the convention, - Conveution. In reply to their unani- ed by ea e..r.orterm to change the charace ricer, compel tie to regerd him ee a faith lo wilt s , . mous call, Mr. Brough proceeded to ter of our governmentto oubvert their lese address) the eeople with hie accustomed rigt2ze 1,?:rie:.,: tete the people of the oath. or as, ft poltlient demagogue noer itelW hitinwre, Jahr - .1 44, e ot-tt, Jelin7 public eervant ellen acting under. From the county of Coshecton; Sam eloquence and ,ability. eiShout followee contro: et ltbe"-ivreiiiire,e-kiiii' nottiing ehout, and huzza, huzzal For upwind?. but the Doman ertricieles of ANDREW worthy the confidence or respect of itiv worst cap!, and in either event ev un e'ulke, ,Villiem punters, 'kV illiam OE01. of two hours he received the attention JACKSON, and the determination of followcitizens. SantueLlYinleeplick, Thomas; Derlitie, : Charles MeCitde, Joseph Willietne and . of hot fiudience in laying bare the de- the democracy elm rallied to his sup ResoMed, 'nal the thank); of the de- George W., Silltman. , ' 4 ceptione and fraude of the opposition, port, prevented the accomplishment ot moetece ot obi aredoe to our talented From the county of HolmesV William i and bolding up to treorn and ridicule of theee deeigne, after the manner of the outig 'Senator. WILLIAM ALLEN. S., TanIyhir, Lewellen Ailleon, Frans honest men the inconeistent, truckling Rank ot England, and the subservien mr the able and powerful manner' ie cis Haughey, Pitinees,tTnettoogN and difthonorable conduct of the whig cy and degrecletion of our citizens) to which be bate and IN bull exerting him- John Sheri), Jeltr"g.'"1""."" candidate for Governor. He referred the condition of tLelahoring classes to elt in the (MOS of the people. Hougland, Alvin Ptikty-Joehtia Speng to documents and mad no declaration that country, who hy the operatians n: Resuh,ed, That the measures edvos ler and T. L. Hert..,.-, , which he did not substantiate with tit- the Natiet;a1 Bank, bey,' bad a Id i dubitable evidence. (....eG to eated by the party denominated Whigs, From the county of KHOX; C J. Mee. their servitude to ft litegly power, lite es well aft the .old and present aesincias Nulty, Ataa Freeinan, Aaron Dennis, The Committee on reeolutions, being most degrading shivery to a bloated ar- 'ions nf their candidate, General Hurt. Nathan Headington, Simon B. Kin. celled upon to repoð, euhmoted the fol- istocraev, and it Bank inipPr 1101)tlity. son, clearly Identify them with the FEDI ton, Ferdinand MeLeme, William Cie. lowing, which weie uneolmouslY adop Resolved, That the banking eystem EOM, PARTY Of ISM The eame cons mons, Isaac Hadley, Lester Blies, and ted: of this comitry, from the first, best Mit. struetive powers of the Conetitution up- Peres Spregue. , RESOLUTIONS. ural etep of its degeneracy, from the on which are based a National Bank, a From the county or Tusearawast F. Resolved, That it) MARTIN VAN pnrposee of public good to those of high protective Tarifi; and the serong D. Leonard, Jacob Helwig, William J. BUR EiN1 we recognize a democrat of Teculation, pecuniary pin, end event. arm of Executive power; the attacks) up- Hewit, Jacob Shaler, hobert Notleinge the Jlersonion Schools statesman ot 'rally fraud upon the community, has nn the liberty of speech and the press; er, Henry Ream, Mitchael 8heitz, 1. the highest ordera politiciafi, frank, been the frmlful source of evil to our the fraude upon the right of Barrage, It Hill and Andrew Hi. Better. fearless end independent, not eecuring people. I3y its constant reyulsions shieh marked the alien and sedition On motion of Mr. Stith-nen of Cosh.- himself behind a "Coefidential Com- ey Hs frequent "expansions and cone laws and other measures of John Ad- octon it wee i mimes," but, whenever called upon MR- IrliCtiOne"--it has unsettled the pricer. ems' administrationand the SIM COH ReSOLIC4 That in all the votes touch, king "declarations of his opinions fot of properlv rendered continually flue- tempt of the virtue and intelligence of ing the nomination of a candidate for the public eye"an Executive whose tuatinv the prices of labor Rnd product., the people manifested in acts Which Congress by this convention the eeveral meaeuree have been prompted by an ar- thereby ennveying from the hands of the marked the writings and epeeches of couctiee composing this district ehall . dent deeire for, and hove tended to the oroductug classes the rewards of their Alexander Hamilton and others, point, each be entitled to ten votes. . , good of the people; and in ell things) e industry, end placing them in the pock- with an unerring finger, to the identity The Cunt:cotton then proceeded to candidate worthy the support or the Ate of the elleculatorecontemmeted or partiee, end warn es that in the prese nominate a candidate for Congrees to greet Democratic perty of the country. the independent epirit, ir Dot the moral ent ennteet, whatever guises men may be eupported by tbe democratic party of Resolved, That the gallant old vete ran, Col. RICHARD M. JOHNSON, honesty and integrity, of those elm have EISsUMed, we are etill contending the 13th Congreeeional District, and have been drawn within its baneful. in- againet the odious, principles and mese- JAMES MATHEWS, Esq. of Cootie commends himself to the confidence and hence and substituted lite inordinate uret, of ancient federalism. octon county, having received a major- . oupport of his countrymen, not less by thirst for gain without corresponding in. Reared, That we view the pending ite of all the votes of the convention his great and important civil esrviceei dustry, for the more ennobling feeling() conteet, as fraught with the perpetuity on the firet ballot, was declared. to he guided and directed as they have been, of patriotism tied desire foe the prelims of our institutione, end the meinienance duly nomineted to said office. - by the most exalted patriotism, ihe iion, welfare end prosperity of all our of our libertiesand that ao young men Mr. McNulty, of Knox, thee efrered broadeet benevolence. and untiring de- volt'''. That illist we seek not to ee ere deeply end eensibly impreseed the following- resolutions which were u- votion to the beet intereets of his CCM annihilete the banking institutions of with the duty devolving upon es; and we nanimously adopted, to wit: : .. try than by his bravery in the battlefield the country, we ere resolved in perse pledge to the veteran sires from whcim :. Resolved. That we do individually in defence of our homes and our free vere in our determination to render them we have derived our rights and priveee pledge ourselves to use all honoreble inetitutions, the servente, not the masters of the pee- Ces, to sustain them with our,.whole en- exertions to secure the election to Con:. Resolved, That we hail with emo- pleto bring them back to tie eriginei fogies in the corning conflict and to our grese of JAMES MATTHEWS Eq. ' the : tione of pleasure, the passage, by the purposes of their creation, the eubservis friends, in other metes, a firm and dn. nominee ofthis convention. , . . last Cengrese, of the Independent Tree. ency of tile Public good, instead of the civil co-operation in the caese of De- Resolved. That our thanhs are due ' entry Bill, as a Eecond Declaration of prosecution of pecuniary gain at the ex. moca ACY, which is aemphatically THE to the lion. Daniel P. Leadhetter, for American Independence; the first eman- pen,e of the great mass of the commun. CAUSE OF THE COUNTRY. the able, boneet .and diligent manes!' In : cipating uir front the thraldom of Greet ity; & to wall about their corporate priv- On MOtiOnt a ernmittee of three were which he hart attended to our interests Rain the second delivering ue from ileges euch restriciions and ealularv pro.. appointed to draft an Address to tne and reflected our sentiments in Con Ilk grasp of en overweening monied visione, as shall protect societyhole- Young Men of Ohio. . ' grese and thst the assurances of -our ariatocraci., That we cannot acknowl- ing, as we do, with the Governor of The Addressteillbe published hereafter full and decided approbation of tire edge tbe doctrine, that the people of Ohio, in 1915. that it is die right as well On motion of Col. C. J. MoNevry. whole course as our representative, are this country are legitimately subject to as the duty of the Legielature, to enact Resolved, That the folluwing persons hereby tendered to him. taxation, in order that a revenue maY such. measures HS will protect the people he, end they are hereby appointed, the On MOlion dn.. Sittimhill Or Coeln, be reised for the uses and purposes of from the BCIS of instietions, which, Siete Central Committee of the Demo- ecton,lt was ' speculation by the bankers of the land. while thee are capable of extended pub- cretic Young Men of Ohio, with power Resolved ' That the proceedings of Taxes are imposed fOr the benefit of the tie good, aro yet able to eow the seeds to fill all vacancies' in their body, and to this Cohvention be eigned Ity the ctn.'. people theteselvei, and are cheerfully of evil find of misery. hold their offices until their successors cera thereof and published in the dents" borne, because they yield in rettan the Resolved, That we view with alarm are eppointed, to wit:. , ocratio papers of the district, and :- .:-.-,' protection of a common government to the recent frauds upon the elective fran- T. J. Merger, ' . The Convention then adjourned.' ':..,,,o;, of Franklin, all. To the purpeeee tor which they chise in Pennsylvania and New Jersey4; S. D. Preston, . : W M. S. TANYHILL, Pi a oident : Secretaries. On motion of C. J. Mc Neliy, The chair appoinied, the following ' persons a committee of three to exam- ,, tee the credentials of those in Wen.; dance and report the name'. of pertions to be duly appointed delegateo and as itich Entiled to eeats in the conyention,'- 10 wit: s Front the county of Coshncton; Sem- - , nal.W oho 41, n or- -, Dunlap, illiam Sainuel'Winlecplicli, Timmer. Charles McClute, Joseph Williams and George W. &Hinton. , c: From the couriti of Holmg44 William S., Tarafiyhir, Lewellen Fr.aa. cis Haughey, Pli,inspe,tZtcPrtiougt4 John Sharp, hakes 4,11reil,', Itrop.et, tionlood, Alvin PqrlyoloeLue Spang ler and T. L. Harr , ' From the county of Knox; C. J. Mc-. Nulty, Asa Freeman, Aaron Dennis, Nathan Headington, Simon B. Kin ton, Ferdinand McLanie, William Cie. mens, Isaac Hadley, Leater Blies, and Peres Sprogue. From the county or Toscarawast D. Leonard, Jacob Helwig, William ' newt, Jacob Shaler, hobert Notloing er, Ilenry Ream, Mitchael Shultz, L IL Hill and Andrew H. Baker. On motion of Mr. Silliman ot Cosh octon it was Regotied, That in all the votes touch, ing the nomination of a candidate for Congress by this COHVetil ion the several counties composing this dietnct ehall each be entitled to ten votes. The Conventton then proceeded to nominate a candidate for Congress to he eupported by the democratic party of the 13th Congressional District, and - JAMES MATHEWS, Esq. of Cosh. octon county, having received a major. ity of all the votes of the convention on the firet ballot, WAS declared to be aunt nominated to said office. Mr. McNulty, of Knox, then offered the following- resolutions which were u nanimously adopted, to wit: - :' Resolved. That we do individually pledge ourselves to use all honorable exertions to secure the election to Con:. grese of JAMES MATTHEWS Esq. the nominee ofthis convention. Resolved. That our thans are due , to the lion. Daniel P. Leadhetter, for , the able, honest .and diligent manner in which he bee. attended to our interests ' and reflected our sentiments in Con gress and that the assurances of "our full and decided approbation of ht. - whole course 88 our representative, are heroby tendered to him. ' On motion of Mr. Sillimhot of Cosh.; ricton,lt was , Resolved. That the proceedings of this Cohvention be signed the otri-:,- cera thereof and published in the ,dentsi " ocratic papers of the district, and :"-.-,'1',' The Convention then adjourned.' 'v.; W M. S. TANI' HILL, Ft 174 D. Leonard, ( Se' c'retariee. F, cLa n e. OLD BER.KS11. : resiell,srosoretroornlittonDfrenntinoi.roatidiroonettinertoo socl:111daninarngtell the Uneasier Convention. They say thvy ere determined to pive Vet; Doren and Johnson FOUR. THOUSAND' FIVE HUNDRED maw Mint she promises sibs invariably (ow. t , v, ' We. 'venture to predict wat toe vsmnereem inBerks CUED the 4,1" corruption ot tne rigni , : ' ,. No wouic .vn mcvloo, . .,,, . - , , , .., - be equivalent to its). ,4itiontlind ' Resoked, . That the thaoke of- its' .ilri its.. :What she promities Alia inv,ariably (ow: , either, the destruction. ot theittet vestige members pre hereby Cendeted to The flAt.,,:..--,,,ent,',,6io.'1:,''d'ic't'th":tatjel 'Oe'm'oc:';,,;;;; Democratic citizens of Mi. Vernon for uvijority in-Borks county, will VICEED the of human liberty. ' : Resolved, That we regard the course the kindness and hospitality 7'eatendad FederRi inoiority of soy State in the comiug of the federal petty in appealing to the towards them 'during the eittitics of the contest.--Rolling Bali, - .' - ' ! ; .. , - ' . ,. -., v., : , i ill i:, I : i,,, . t ' ' , ?.1 , I 1 , $1, i I 1 4 i I 1 ) ( ' 4 ) . i.. 1 f 1 , :, ' ) ! t . , A 1 t -: , , 1 ,. 1 f :, ' '' 1 i 1 , 1 - .' . . !! , .t .0. it '2" . ,to, . ). !";'-11)1CIDER. t1 lil'' ' , :1' . .' .. '1' 'cri. tl, I! ' ti) ., pra ma ) ..' . I , I , vie ;.. li,., .1 dis (., .i 'k ; A , , 7! ii; , , i vt 1 -- 1 ; i '''. 1 o ' ;;I , ,, i ' ' t;', 1 I i ' A .i 1 . ' t ' ' 'A, 3 , ' 1 ' ! i ,i,, , dtk , '', ,N, Ns 1 - 7. .,' 1 I i 1 . f - !, , , , s. l'- 1111) t ',17Å ,:i, il 1 '.$ il,L41.', 4 ' - Not ,t'...1 .tt 4 !;:' ',''.:,1 t ..,, A 1 . 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' , , .. , . , , t ,,,0 AH 1.16 V - deIID ' ,DOVER n ERTISER - ' -- - -I-. ' ' ,- - it ii - I r I .. . . . - , . 4 - -- . . , 0 j IIILL't MITCHE NER.PUBLIBERS. , . CANAL DOVER, TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, (01110) 8EP'FEMBER 4, 1840. ' . ,. ' L ,ia'.., -- ' -4-4 ',-,-- , , : ,.- - . , I ) " . , , - , . , i . . ',...?:',;',,. , ' ..,-- -',4.' , ', VOLUME2. - 7 . NUMBER E5. '''' : .. Pore printed in each copLty iu iis . i , -- -- 7; 14th'Dietrict; Homer Everett. . , ppon., and plunder of society. . 1 prejudices and paspinns of the people Convention. l.,',.,. ' ' , ,A any such paper is printed, give notice tit From the Mt. Vernon Banner. 1 )4 time of hoidie. such election, and the num PEOCEEDLINGS OF THE DEMO- ' 15th-Distriet D. R. Carter - . -4-', Resolved, That we iegard thecteim 1 by .peens hf. mock log cabins and Ihn i s.i,detit and V.ice Preside i 1 .4.04' 4t3111.eErel etcotT)se oliCiPerne. 911,IlfyOUNG MEKSSTATE 17 th DDistrict; slitry pesson.; , .. tiCt up by banking institutions of the I other. foolery they exhibit. es an moult '''-''...: , 0,1 43RensinoLtid7Tphfas-It Ati-m,eRaPPreloillicdieEilitt.,Etyeiglicde ...-':, , -. ' - UUlv V 611 nullit A6661113LE9 1Sth istrict; . . Mora. . , Country, to the USO of the publio money to the intelligence of our fellow citizens; President's and eeretaries aro en i e -2. , -, , - IN MT. VERNON OHIO, AU ' ' Therefore, in disdiarge of the duty rerp r t il, Puth District; James MeNett. ' Ics a right, as one of the most alarming', a screen to hide their own princiPlap,' to the thanks of ibis Convention rev itu3 . , -- i t, , by :he provision of the atiresuid.act, I, .t I il ti t3ON SHANNON Gevanor ot ille-.13ou GUST 19, 1810. . , . , , The President then introduced to tho igen of the times History teaches! I th r their candidates frbfa tko tibia and impartial Manner in which lheY , : - 1 ,i ,. Aue. 19, 17 A. M C . - an' clee () f b - ' ' , ' 1 i i iiittn- dn herebit'n'otiland require the nualii '', WEDNESDAY, onvention Col. R. M, JOHNSON. that the nrearess of desnOtiern in all onidie PVA: and a verification of thetun'A have discharged the duties o I ell Bev'. - - , - -. -, , , - ,; , ,' z ' , , , ' - 4 . CUI 111111.1 Flitit 151UU oaa ...- open; of the district, and - , ."'" , I e ; . i , onvention then adjourned.' '..- ' " t .4' ' l. S. TANYHILL, Plesiden-C', ' 1: :' i.'," '' ,onard, , one. Seetetariett. ,. ,, ' , e 4 , . 1 ' OLD BERKStj ," 1 ',. ' liesheart of it Demoi.rat good to IWO ' ' ' k i i reprosemstion from "Old Barks" to ' I 1 ar Convention. They say Owl, gr. . " t ' 4 to pive Van Itnten and .1011-nson '.; ' ' , . ; rOUsAND' FIVE 11111NDRED maw ',, , ; : , Ii hat she promises she invariably fulw : t : q t , it'll; to predict that the Demners'eut 4.1- , i.-: Berk' county, will VICEED the 4 ' ', Mrity of soy State in the comiug , ' 0 , ',oiling Bath - ' 1 , ', ' re.' ' oe' t . I 1, , . 'T ' ; r t '' , , ,. , , ' il, 1 - 0 I,,, h 1, ,.,,,,,,, I , , I. ,, 1 i ,, d ! i I ,,',', i f i ' ''''''' ;.,;!, q,-, , i, '',, ,,.,. .,,, , ,,t,.-, " 1 ' 1' '''4 . 1,4 . ,,,,! !A l';'',, ' 1' l'''' , ,,,' t , 't i' i' ?''t ' s' :3,5 i I ç ''.!''I r',1;; It,' ,,3,' I', I , 11 If -; - 1.31 I'l ,..Ii3 ,.:' ' t''', .I1 li:,i , k I.I,,i .Ik , 'I i ;:::, , l'I'l- ,:-I' 7 .',',' il: :',. . kl - , 1, rk i: vA ii, - : s,:'"::: 1 . -1'',I .,', , t -0, ' ':i t,ir :, I ''.1, i' 11 ' i .:':' , 7 1 :' ,''' , I: , 1, ,,i, ':-,,:i -, 1 i:, .,.,'. . 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