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DEMOCRATIC XOMXATIOXS. , . FOR PRESIDENT, . JAMES K. POLK, '( r. . OF TENNESSEE. . , . FOR VICE PRESIDENT, '. GEORGE M. DALLAS. , ' OF PENNSYLVANIA. tLKCTOHAL TICKET PmnToaut. Joseph H. Larwlll. of Wayns Lowly Utter. of Clermont, ComiRnaioHAf lit DUtrlct Cliyion Webb, of Hsi.illton, June M, Dorsey, of Dirk. R. D. Fortrani, of Greene, John Taylor of Champaign, David Higgins of Lucas. Gilbert Beach of Wood. John I). While of Brown. . , Thomas Megrady of Rosa, Valentine KefTarof Picaway, Janes Parker of Licking. Grenvilla P. Cher ry. of Marlon. George Corwint of Sclolo. Cautions C. Covey' of Morgan ' Inane M. Leaning, ofGuernsey, Waller Jnoilesen of Harrison, Bekasiian Bralnard, of Tuscarawas, Jnmee Forbes sr. of Carroll; Neal McCoy, of Wayne, Milo Btoae of Summit, Henjamin Adnma of Lake, Stephen N. Sargcut, of Medina. . 3d do 34 no 4lh do Wti da tb do 7lh do 8th do 9th do 30th da 11th do Jllh do 13th do a 4Ut do 15th do 16th do J 7th do J 8th do 3!?th do 30th do Slit do FOR GOVERNOR OF OHIO, DAVID TOD, of Trumbull. THE DEMOCRAT. JHUVT PZITXADIIIiFSIA, OHIO. THURSDAY JUNE 13, 1814. THE "OHIO DEMOC t"RA" TILL AFTER THE ELECTION FOR 1 CENTS. The great crUia appro wiring and ihe baae attempt of ,lio Federaliai to make ih'n a Federal District hit in duced its lo ofTer The Ohio Democrat, from any time .during present month til' after the Presidential election at lb exceedingly low price of 1 Seventy-five cents. ' We wish our friends lo use ilioir influence) to extend thai circulation of our paper: Let ua meet theie Fed- ' nothing but hostility, but still there an honesty in a- towing it by acliow before III) election, which i utj uiual willi rti loadatm at the laWal parljr. But why fbs jaraseriptiva feeling? The immr ir aily given, Henry Clay, in 182S, was prjdrtiied aa a csndideM for Prsidul,.and wa aanguine in Id hope or an (lection, The friend of Gen Jackaou ala pra senled hi same to the American public Both lived in (lie Wert. , The Sua presented a candidate in ill per uon pf John Quincy Adama. Mr, Clay received the lowet vote oi any iranoioaio, ana uen. .lacason in highee Mr. Crawford third beat. Tlie eleclioti da. volved oat the tlouie of Representative ; Mr. Clay, by the snallness of hi vote, being, by ilia Constitution excluded from the list. He believed (hat if Gen. Jackaon had not been a candidate all ill Slates which voted for 'jeneral Jackson, would have been :mi fur himself. Ua was then Speaker of the House of Representatives, and voted fur Julio Qiiincy Adama, who waa hi personal and political enemy for Preaident; and received for ao doing, the office of Secretary of State, which front the fact that moit of the Presidents had been taken directly from ihat office, waa oonaidered the atepping atone lo the Preii lency. The proof of the bargaiu between Ad ama and Clcy ( defraud the people out of their chpice for the Preiidency, waa ao clear and conclusive, that al the end of (our years both Adama and Clay were in rlignantly hurled from office. Clay, in 1631, waa again a candida'a for Preaident the charge of a bargain waa again made and proved and, the verdict nl 1823 waa confirmed. Thia ultcr pioatra'.ion, Mr. C I ly can nev er forgive, vindictive in hie feelinga, lie spares no man in hia anger, who ever assisted in tliwaiting his un hallowed ambition. Side by aide wilh Mr. .Clay, in perpetrating a vile fraud upon the American people; atood Mordecai Bart ley, of Ohio, a aupple too! ready to do the dirty work of hia master. With Mr. Clay cornea up thia same Mordecai tSarlley, asking for office 'the one to reign over the Union, the other to govern Ohio. Knowing that from the oil and conus ant trends of Gen. Jackaon these men have every thing to fear and but little to hope, their friends hava have ventured upon the work of pro scription and denunciation, in the vain hope of draw ing them into the fold of whiggery and not daring again to place ihem in the front of battle, for fear o1 desertion. Those who fell wilh the younger Ad. ama expect that they, and ihey alone, will rise with CI ly and hence it is, Ihat men who have never been -again to use the language of the Intelligencer tainted with the sin of Jucksonism. aro in demand to 611 the offices of tho country. Thia, too may explain the reason o the Intelligencer knowing as the editor did, that Polk waa raised by the aide of Gene ral Jackson, and from him imbibed the political sentimenis which have ever made him so stern an opponent of whiggery. giving James K. Polk the nick name of the "Young Hickory,'' in the hope that ihe association of the name, would raise against ihe democratic candidate, that hitler and . malignant opposition of tho federal cohorta which has I fo lowed ex president Jackaon into retirement, and will I r..il... .: ... I.:. ii.u Ci,... UVUIIIIUD lui un iillll lu ma gia-p ww uwiwtnuiu THE OXFORD TOWNSHIP HICKORY CLUB, t I F.DEBAL NICKNAME EOR JAMES K. POLK "OUR UNION Id PERFECT." -Ifehsler. In the tiroceodings of the Zsnesville Democratic As sociation, we notice the name of James She ward aa ita Chairman. With Mi. Sheward we have been ac- anet pursuant' to adjournment, on. fte evening of Jan 8ifl, at tli school bout in district No. 1, in IWcom. ! entnwn; ANoaCw CiUttSft. Esq. in Ihe Chair and John N. Thompson Secretary. The meeting being called In order tb result of (If National Coavnn'ion was mad known to lite Society, and O. G. Seldon, J.D. Good, rich and IT.' H. Nugen appointed a commitUe to draft reaoluliona expressive the opinion of iba meeting non thia and ether leading nolitioal aubjeete of th daj. Af ter ihe' committee bad withdrawn ihe Cluh waa enter tained by abort addressee from several of th member. The number .in attendance, and the spirit with whiih they rheeiingly applauded the sentimenis of ..he speak ere showed thnt the spirit of true Dmocricy wa op. The c'immiltee having returned, repotted the following preamble and resolution which were unanimouly adop ted: . ,..;....''.,,. Whereas ws believe that on Ihe ultimate triumph of the principlee of Demooracy depend the interests oi this great commonwealth, that lb eleation to office principles ia also of Ihe utmost importance lo our pros. perity as a nation and whereas we believe that the el. facta of Whig principles and Whig measures are a del eterious to our interests as thoae of the Democracy are beneficial, Therefore be it Resolved, That we hereby associate ourselves togeth er f!r the promulgation of Democratic principles and for seeming their success al the approaching elenlion and to this end we will use all reasonable and honorable means Ilr$oUtd, That in the electioneering manoeuvres of the Whig parly we recognize the same spirit of reck lessness and disregard of republican principles snd in stitutions thai characterized the same party in 1840, and that we will do our uimoat to prevent a repetition of those scenec so demoralizing to society and injurious to the commonwealth. Resolttd, That we deprecate the system of financial operationa anticipated in the establishment of a United States Bank, a scalculitedto introduce corruption in'ur !!.: i.H- i .. 1. 1 i. t : . t- .1 ,.V legiaiauvv nana ami eautunaii i..uimju,i.-ji hi ucrugaiiun of the interests of ihe many lo the aggrandizement of (he few. , Resolved, Thai we consider the idea of a high Tariff for the protection of home industry as prejudicial lo the interests of commercea system well calculated to da ceive those who are unaquainled with the Mihject, and to create the same ayatem of odioua monopolies aa the eslablirhmnnt of a Ks'ionnl Rank, by extending protec lion to those who ara able to protect themselves. Ittsolvtd, That we regard the annexation of Texas lo this government aa a measure fraught with the greatest interest both to thia country and to Texas, snd viuwin it in this light we heartily concur in the measuie. Rtwhtd, That Ihe democratic candidates for the Presidency and Vice Presidency of ihe United Slate, are men well calculated to fill ihcae important offices and entitled ihe unanimous aupporl of the Democracy of the Union. Rtsohed, Thai Col. David Tod, Ohio's favori'e son is a sterling Democrat of the Old JefTersonian school, a suitable citizen to preside as Chief Magistrate of the Stale, and (he most aci'ontifio cuotiskinner of ihe day. Resolvtd, Finally That we will 'go it," through (hick and thin, for Polk, Dallas and Tod. On motion nf E. Goodrich it was Resolved, That we have undiminished cunfHenca in TJia N.iinr.l l,iinllii'nrer. in it vindictive suite lu ward ihe patriot Jaokson, and in it attempts lo rei dr I Jims K. Pulk odiouS in lb are of ibe whole breed! t ! iti.tiha! him wRL iba nickname af thc Kdlm? MUOiMTW. SO OmWlEUMH HIM via, viu . r . - . i., u- 0- ' p. - .... KUITEV Ilia, Hickory." a th Hero of New Orlean. enllesl y . Q R, VERPLA(sk, XT,' ILR,KCi. T friend or f.. It is not often Ihst w feel in the humor .. . . ..,.Mj..ft-. 'iWT1lVaMisof A NEW iA HAKSrEAKH in AMERICA t - ; i. 1 ? Vru.1 end .st pUniidty Wmi4ji "WV.s " ..r ;ktinaT iha feiitsral DrMi in ilwir Mldeivott lo IHIL V ..... .1.' ...ti w kjMu 1 401, 011 ' 1 r f . WMKH inv " I. t .lex the candidal bf tha democracy odious to lha peo- wood in th vt J beat lyla of Ui niodarn acuool or tias ; j at. in iba preent inrtanca, our goodnaiurai. ao art. . . - . V ,.,. w ,b. civ, that w. willingly ennaent Ibat Col. Plk J J,,' J , (4d k, w.ll apa.- may bear llm nam which whiggerX eeeka to fasten ueiihar aapans) nor pain lonak this edition of the'. may bear Ilia nam which whiggery upon him. We ar to be understand as seee Col. Polk the namn of " YOUNG HICKORY if, before the campign is ended, whigge y does not 'icken at thenatne, then will we own Ihat we at mistaken.- Ohm Statesman, ' For the Ohio Democrat,. ' ' -COONSI ' Mssa. Editors. A 1 happened in town a few day after the news Of the nominations reached your place, I ubeved the coons standing standing about and scrstrhine aa though they had ihe itch. They hallooed 'Poke, ' after me, and asked me how I liked the nomination of Polk, 1 told him I liked it very well. I think we shall have lo feed them on Poke-berries till fal , which will drive nut the isorder, and boil ihem up a strong dose of poke root to wash in which I think will cure (he disease. Il ia strung medicine, but a sure remedy. BENJAMIN YOUKG. " Tlie silken eord that binds two willing hunts." ' HAKRIGD. -In Zoar, on the Hth insl. by Augustus Wilhelmi Esq. Col. Harm Torrt, of Canal Dover,, to Misa Ann Eirlk, lite nf Matagorda Texas. From this it would appear thai our friend Torrey is in lavar ot Ihe ilnn-exation of lexaa. Well, we are glad to see it. We wish Ihem all the happiness and prosperity this earth can afford; and may the happy results of this j4nn-exation be seen in a numerons off spring, a perfect young army, who will, if necessary aid in defending Texas either as a sister Republic, or part of our own glorious Union. pling for World' Pol superior to any that bMpprfsrad-in iL . r V ard lustrationa. typography nnd paper. Ua Mrni will be , V . I wtiJiJ will ba iMul in wy .. V ,, , li cent, whiuh place it WHhm tha man oi pna o. the most iimitod lof.un.., whilst on account .rf it. l.e ouliar teauiy it will gain ,..lfdniie.ion Into ries of die rich, and Uiera pruv in b on of nio.ti . cnoir. ornanivuir, . ' , L.r1 i.i Those who wish this work m in mw - - - ( will only b .urn of it by taking the "t7".n' pear, whicnwill conuiu U. early piooht of lh engrao, Th Tr.gedy of Hamlet U now in prs. ,T" Oral, part will be ujsutd in March. : " '; ' " . PROSPECTUS. "IAr., Thrictoral and lllualrated edilwo or PHAUts. PEttE, Utely oublished in England aie amongst ii.e maal beautiful specimens of ihe laceul remaikaou irn-, piavementof the art of wood engraving, whwli, by combining great excellence of execution with acolwrny i ol price, bssgivei. an unpreccdad diffusmn to Urn most exouieile productions of the atta or Design. ; x The duiigna of Kenny Meadows for the illustration. ofTyaa' edition or tliakerpeara exprea t;' " ' . '..j ,1.. nf ilia acme. th several personage, . "" , , with wonderful truth and power j whilsl M wnnd en araving of Knighfa Picloral dHion combine wilh th nighesT merits ct art ad taale such learned and minum, accuraoy as lo acenery. costume, architecture, lu maka Ihem a perpetual and most instructive commentary upon the Poet'e text. It is now proposed to embody m a... American edition, lha admirable illustration. .of both Hi... editioaa, engraved with equal excellence ol ay chanical execulion. to add to tnese olh.r augr.v ng. from eminent arti.l,aa Reynold, ruaeli, S. &c.,endto accompany ih.m with beauufy printed But th publiiher, anxious mat me country pay some part of the homage due from her to greaieal nX Pveta, aa to on who belong not solely to England, but to all " , who apeak lha tongue That Shakeapear spaket. could hot content himaelfwith a mer republication or - . .. J u u Ma I hurarore nrava leu upon n. buiilviiaiivM. w - , - r -j . c A Weir, whoae reputation aa an A rtialta already ideiil.Bed ;.h hi. mnntrv history, lo contribute tits of ong- iual designs, together with such advice and assistance) . 1 J I quaintea irom our earueai cn.iuuoou. .no nav. ever; h , ,,,,. wi,joln ,nd in,.,.ri,v of we I(in known him ae on, of the most talented citizen, o' ,mM Mhawi our worlhy lnd tntmvi Ke(,reSenta. Muskingum cnuniy Ir. 1840 he supported General ,. . ,a ,..,. ii..b.i, mnA aralistt on the threshhold in every nook and corner of H,rri.on, and previou. to that time had always sup- . tiBIItT. fr hi. firm and unlaller.n course in the 'f I'M..!.. ..kA ... . .1. . ....K.i.t l Ol I T .... t ..-- ...".", ponea wn.ggery. .... .on, j.me. onew.ru, .r.. . good c,nse of D,mocracy and ,h9 promutg ition ofDe sand at slill lon er rate. For 10 to, 1 ...t...,t. r 7im.i.:il. ,nl n.i. ir ih. nmi .In. . " - l,U,li( IIIDUIIUIIIV Wl U lllr. III.', U..U VIIU W. ..v ...wb. V ies $6,00 or a larger number in proportion. COUNTY POORtHOUSE. NOTICE ia hereby given toitlie Trustee of the sever al Townships within the County of Tuscarawas, that within the coming week the Board of Directors wi 1 be prepared to receive such paupers as may be en- tilled lo admission into ihe County Poor house. In pre- . , f ., ? . ,,u ,Mt9 ma. ,Ug.t fur Ih il- paring the credentials necessary to admission, the I rus- r . d 8Il.oelii4bmeut of the publica-ion.' teea will be governed by the acta entitled '-An act for . Mma rai. tl publuhor instead ofreprin. the ..liefor the Poor," and "An Aet lo aulhoriz. the T mm.ma, of popular Eugl.ah eslablislimnt of Poor houses, see Revised Statute, pa- :"... desiroua that his edition should hava the supervision of an American editor. This leak ba been undertaken boGULIAN C. VERPLANKK. - v Th plan proposed for himself by theediierU to furnish Die reader wilh a carefully prepared and accurately printed tf, unincumbered by any notes or commns upon the page kaelf; aa however useful they may be elsewhere, they are loo apt lo divert the mind from the power of the poet's thought, and lo disturb the magic of Itis scene- Such Holes ss any i thought useful for th explanation or crUlciam to the text, wlU be throw into an appendix to each play. -I..,. The text of gnakstieur' dramatic work drawn ire oio printed copies hi his age, which had never piuaed ender th ,h,'. n,n. w eoiwMuentiy diaflguied by error anst obscurilies. It passed during th last eentary through a sac. lions enlll me reviawq i o-wn - ges G34 and 638. Application may be made lo either of tho undersigned. . , U. UCAKlJUKr f . - . E. JANES. GEO. RIKF.lt. Board Directors of the Poor House, New Philadelphia June 13, J844. 22. 3v. NEW LINE OF 1YIAXL STAGES. FROM SUSSILLON, TO ZANESVILLE. Thru times a totek in splendid Post Coachts. Leaves MASS1LL0N every Monday. Wednesday unit Friiljkl mill arrivaa in Pii.linnliin aAlnA nvanilitr atilt ...Inn rt M.vln mlitloni - . . . - - Ot i . r r. I I t nr.. tlM in Zinesvilie next day about 1 o clock M. Maloun whose text (or raunruia. as owvwn, .- - -- Leave. Zanrsville every Monday Wednesday, and ! standard from which most of the English and Asnsrfcan Mb Friday, and arrive, in Massillon next dev. by 6 o'clock , ilonsbavebeen printed, with vartou. ??. p M . wilhin the last twenty year, a mor uuu the two couniias. nf eopiea we will quent stump speakers in thai oounly, was also sup porter of Gen. Hinison. Both now go with ihe de mocracy, and the aervices of such men are an acqui.i- f,l- ORIGINAL JACKSON MEN. None who recollect the sene of 1840, can have fur- gottan Ihe eloquent appeals made byhiggery, lo the old , tlon 10 ny c,u1, .unnorlera of General Jackson-lo those who stood by Tl,e ,Ml meelinS f Aaaociation passed the the oldjiero in the hour of trial, and who were invited , ,owi"S resolution: lo aupporl General Harrison because he, loo had been " !. Th.t the nomination, by the Ballimo.e er in defence of his eonnlry. 1 hen, then to aid ( oMnt ., candid.le for ,Bsid,n,, and George M. them in their appeal, t'ley pointed to Mr. Tyler, dubbed Dallaa, of Pennsylvania, for Vice President, meetsnur th honest Juhn Tihr and bade th I old Jackson men ; warmest approbation and shall leceive our united mncralic princitllc. j Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be , sent lo the Ohio Democrat for publicatinn. The Club then adjourned lo meet again on the 22d insl. ANDREW CRETER, CA'n. JnHfi N. TmstPiOri, Sec'y. This line connects at Canal Dover with the Mail Coa ches from Woosler In Wheeling and Washineion, Pa., and Massillon with a daily line ol Stage lo uieveiana. ror any Ivrllior infnr tation enquire atSlover & Smith Hotel Massillon, Kaldenbach's Dover, orE.picli's New Philadelphia. i j. a. ftixctta at- ivo. JuneCth, 1844. 23 4w. support." Statesman. (tOiher businese has preve.iied us from lecollect tlt he had be cn with them. At every gather ing of whiggery, ihe Harrison men, who had formerly imnnrtmA lha hTarn nf lVJanr Orlnnna had ilia mrikt nrA. min.nt place. Gen. Jjckaon had once been eulogized howing up a lot of Duzzrd lies this week, by Gen. Harrison, and thai ivas held up lo iheir view, but lb space that shou'd have beeo taken up o that all might road. Nay ao strong became the pre-' in ripping the mak tiff the old hypocrite and tended feeling, ihat it was fashionable for the whig lead. ' faBifier iax W8 fiej wjth articles frorn our r, who had always been the reviler of General Jack-! , .. . , , , ., . . .. . ,. . lexc iancef, which come to us laden down on, to pas themselves ofr as his supporters, aa waa " . . . the ease of Alfred Kelley, of this city, and every with denaocrnlin principle. eonvert, wh could do ao without detection, proclaimed mi. .. u , p, . , , . . , ... The nominano i vl Ihe Ida uniore Uon- lliat he always had been, and still was, a friend of the ' Hero of New Orleans. So enamoured waa whiggery ' veotioo, have ben received ovar the country, thenofJacksonism, that if our memory deceive us not,1 (a will be leen by eilracte in this paper) a resolution was passed at the great Federal Convention! with a unanimity never equalled, and a zeal nnlhoS2d of February, 1840 inviting General Jackson that foretells the dealh of Federalism, and to vi.,t.Ohio-.h coon, promiaing t, i pay ?! feo5,ra,ion 0f , her monetroua doclrines.- ah auouo IB iiuw vnaiigcu iqiu in uiiidreni num 1844; and Ihe old Jackson men are now proscribed with Wilhin a week we have heard of several old a bittorneaaand a malagnity only equalled by ihe man. Jackson men If) Una county, abandoning red serin which they were coaxed and flattered, during the j sialism, and rushing to the standard of Polk, Dallas and Tod, snd lo all others we recom mend tha article addressed to old Jackaon men from the Ohio Statesman. No true friond of the old Hero can longer go with his ene campaign, which ended In the defeat of Mr. Van Buren hy General Harrison. What was fashionable then, is is not th fashion now; and perhaps no greater insult could be offered lo Mr. Kelley, than to say that lie had ever been a Jackeonian. Though whiggery has boxed the political compeas, and been on every side ofi . ," poh'ical question, j el, in all its mutations, no change has been, mor sudden than from an idolitroua worship of old Jackson men, to a proscription of all who er "cemrailted the ain" of voting for him. '" At ihe late federal 'convention at Baltimore, the old lankaon men were treated with studied neglect. ; All tba post of honor, were given to thos who haa never eummitffd ihat deadly ain, of voting for th Hero of 'New Odesnii Among tha candidates for the Vice Pre' sjderjcy, ' wer those who, in character, political servi. ces, and intellect; ranked deservedly high; but Ihey bad bean supporters of Jsckson, and so had Ihe present Preaident. Tyler had deceived them, and they would trust no man but one who had always been a consistent federalist. Tliendofa Frelihghnyaen, bf N. York, waa j nnrpirjated on lha ticket With. Mr, Clay; and lha only reaolvurged at the lime why he should be supported, -vrat that given by the organ of whiggery, the National ' Intelligencer,1 thst FRELINGHUYSEN HAD NEV " F.R ar.cii TAINTED WITH THE 8IN OF JACK- ;8qnismii", Tba hatred of Fuderalism towards the man Ihat Clay cheated out of the Presidency In 1825. is so biter,' thai 'ciwialent opposition to him is denied necesfary.'in ihe whig creed in ordesr to enable a man faithfully to ful t fil ih duties of a high o(Kc. 1 " . ' ;- ' " '' In these things we must give whiggery credit for un- 1 uu-( honesty Cif , showing lha cloven fool before he - Urtion, inalcad of after i w ton tale late for the dtcei- ved I reliant. It itrt4. that without tire these demon- 3 siratilin1, jl.a old fiieiidioialisulbr.o Oi'Jd cxpeU mies. fJ7Meetingaare eing held in every coun ty and Slate, resolving lo go into battle with a determination never lo atop till the Demb cratie standard i again unfurled on the ram parts of freedom. Read the account of the 25,000 feemen meeting in iVtw York, and Ihe speeches here made, and the proceedings of the Dover, Newcomerstown and Goshen Hickory Cubs. -' C?During this week we have had two large democratic meetings in New Peilapelphia, & eloquent peechea made by Messrs 8tark wesihfr Leadbetler and Carney. We never aw such spirit among lha Democracy, nor such a akininc ef Coon. No lime for the particulars.: Push on the ball fellow demo cata, and Vie'bry is certain. ' C7"Oo our t page we giva the resolu tions of the Baltimore , Convention, declaring against high tariff taxes and ponopolres, snd PERRY TOWNSHIP 11 ICKORY, CLUB Purs ant to previous Notice ihe Democrats nf Perry 1'iwnahip met in Westchester, at the hnuse Junes Per due Mat 25lh 1844 for the purpose .f organizing a Hie kwCluh. On motion cf Joshua Brown Col. James McCue was called lo the chair, and Thornton Iteming appointed Secretary, ihe meeting being called to order Mr. J. Brown arose and in a few pertinent remark mide known the object of the meeting, when Dr. Hew. at was called upon to address the meeting. Addresses were also made by Col, James McCue and Joshua Brown. , , On motion of Joehua Brown a committee cf an was appointed to draft a Constitution for said Club, where' upon Joshu I Brown, James McCue, Wm. Fleming, Edward Frame, Thornton . Fleming and Robert Marea waa appointed ihat committee. On motion ofj. Brown the meeiicg adjourned lo meet June 6th at 2 o'clock P. M. Pursuant to adjnurnmeut the Club met June 6th when the committee reported iheir constitution, which was slightly amended and adopted unanimru!y. On motion of J. Brown the meeting went into the el ection f permanent officera for said Club whereupon Edward Frame waa elected President. Wm. Perdue Vice President, Wm. Fleming Treaeurer, Thorton Fie ming Sceretary, and Joahua Brown corresponding Sec relary, after tha election of oflicera it appeared Ihat onr expected speaker had not arrived, Mr. J. Brown arose and addressed the meeting showing up Kootierr in iis true light the present unjust Tariff was hold up to pnb lio in view in in able manner and the history nf the great Coon leader from Ihe bargain and sale of 18246 on to the present lime, which made ihe little 'un of the Koon tribe look blue and soma went ofTbiling their Tips, others and that hard things waa said about the Koon of ihe Slashes, they swore the tariff did not get fair plat tie. Hi Democrat were much tratifUd and are deter mined lo atand to their posts and fight manfally through the approaching Campaign. On motion. Resolved ihat the proceedings nf ibis meeting; be signed by (he officers and published m the Ohio Democrat. JAMES McCUE, Prcs'L Thortost Fr.FniKo, Sec'y. JAMES K. POLK GEN. JACKsON' There seenrn to be a peculiar fitness in ihe nomina tion of James K Polk.as'ihe candidal destined to de feat Henry Clay. He is a citizen of Tennessee, raised by the aide of Andrew Jackaon partaking of the counaela of that disiir.guished man hi defender at all time and on all occasions against the fierce and malig nant assaults of Henry Clay, snd ihe election of Jame X. Polk, over Ihe "vindictive demagogue" will be aevareand lasting rebuke. ' . Tltorais aieoa fitness in th nomination of Polk, for Jackson,' ITenry Clay regards no msn in favor of equal privi'egea and -squal laws 1 -.. to Gen the annexation of Texas' and the aei(lemeol of with o fierce and unrelenting hostility as fame K, n ' r itu tv' h' t '' in v Pnlfc, and this doep rooted hold ha, alone been engen Oregon. -I ok, Dallas, I exat and Oregon M dered by his unwavering atiachmeni tb democratic prin tbe walCBWOfd, bud undei tUaC flig w eon eiptes. hia firm and manly defence of (h s;e oflh quaintiuce wHh old Englbh Idioms, hablls snd modes of thrt guided by aq Intense and constantly Increasing admiration ror Shakspeare s genius, lias lea to iub uwi "' many of the numeroua though alight devlaUona from the arr. m,, n.,ii in modern editions, are useless orerron. onslutcrpolatlona,ometiriiea weakening the sens sod often substituting an arblury monotonous metrical regularity to the poet's own nativo melody. Accordingly very many of these emendations have teen rejecwa Dy un lish editors, especially Mr. Knight and Mr, Collier, and tb reading of the old folios and quarto hav bean restored, aa less where aome error of the pressor manuscript wgs idenla bly manifest. Yet there are many such passage cnnlesaadlf cerrap:, and requiring conjeelur! emendation; lhar ar alao difference of reading between th several old impression, af fording ground for soma dlvewlty of text and warm tontr- WOULD respectfully inform iheir frienda and Ihe, u' Uef th Awlctn .ditor think tide to thehirae public generally that they have commenced ihe ierofthl edition, to decid for himself wlihoui Implicitly fol aboo business, in Nat Philadelnhi. of makinf the Innarlnt thaa Hawl it aknV dHM modern edition. A lb Indrwry aaid Bee Hive, at call or order. We invite the cilicene and learning of prior editor hav furnished the eoilaUoo e MILHOLLAND & CRANE'S, PATENT ENDLESS BEE HIVE, KKW FIRM ' . WM. YOUNO ; J. HYKG3, of Tuacarn aa county local! and sea befote purchas ing elsewhere. June 10th. 1844. 5 tr NO110S. Al my instance an Bttachment was this day issued by John II. Smith a Justice of the Peace of Goshen town ship Tuscarawas County, againat Ihe properly oV effects of rxter baker a non-resident ol said County. Dated Una Hill day or June 1844. VALENTINE SNIDER. CRDINAHOES PASSED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF DOVER. Sec. 1. Be itenacted by th Town Council of Do ver, Thai every nwner of a dog or dog, shall pay a tax for each of such dog of one dollar per annum, and (hat aid tax be collected aa all other laxea levied, and thia law bo in furce from the first day of June next ap. proaching, - v. , Bee. i. i nai every nonaenniaer wnnin iniacorpor xlton, aha'I wilhin three month, from the data hereol, furnish himaelfwith two leather tire buckela, if h in habit a two alory or an one If a half story building, and with nne leather lire bucket il he inhabit a one alory building: aaid fire bucket, to contain twelve quart, lo be all of a aize, and each respective person's nam thereon marhed. And every householder who shall neglect Ihna lo furnish himself, shall be liable to a fine for each fire bucket not furnished, of two dollars, In be collected ss fines in other cass. By order of tho 1 own Council. A. WILHELMI, Recorder. Recorder's Office. ' Dover, May 17, 1844. j TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRQ N FACTORY. J 01)51 REX respectfully Informs th public thai he lies o openeda shop in the new building, npposi B. MiLLsn's Tannery, in CANAL DOVER, for the t irpose of manufac turing all kinds of ... COPPER. UN SHEET IRON WARE, . which trtey will sell IbrC rtSH.er exchange for Country pro duce, as low a any ether establishment west of the Ohio stiver. JOB WORK done th the beat manner, on tee shortest he Ice and most reasoaable terms. ' fn-Oi.n PxwTta Corraa take In exchange for work Canal Dover. June 4, 1844, V 21-ly. . various readings and autborlUes upon which they msy be supported, the task Is no longer Ihat of laborious InvertlgaJtoa, but as it were, of Judicial decision emiguwneo ay argotnenls. ' ' ' . ' , As many of these variations ara of nearly equal probaoi ity, and aa am of Unm art doubi lee th uthor, own altaraUon at different periods. aH Ihe snore Important readings will be presented to th readi la the note for hi awn clecUoa , These notes will also contain so much of commentary aa may be useful lo explain antirwatetd words and phrases, obscurely xpressed passage, and alluaion to obsoluui opinion or U bablts or history of th times; the whole la as condensed term ss practicable. But any comment upon Bhakspeare, however brief, would be imperfect If It did not present sobs view of the higher criticism employed, not en the Inlerprelallon of hi la, guage, but upon ht thought, hi character, hi poetry, pas sions, philosophy. The only difference here arises from the abundance, the magnificent variety of the materials eonlribu ld dvrlng Ihe last half century by the most brilliant minds In Europe. Btlll it Is blleved thaithl duly ean b aatisfactortly performed wilhout swelling th dltlon to An In convenient balk. H, W. HEWBT, Pabtlshei. Bosten, 381 Braadway. u-v . Any Editor giving tlie above prospectus lOorlz Iruwttfons, and an occasional nolle of the work during the progress, wlil be regalarly served with the ncmbsrf as lby aprear, in change for their paper. - May 23 no20 ; . MEBICAL NOTICE. -Dr. F.D.McMEALha assoeiaied with Mm-alf in lha nrantiea of Medicine and Suraerv. DrJ. FLFTCH ER ANKENV. . He assures the public and friends that his partner is a gentleman of excellent moral character, and possesses good medical acquirements, he haa had the advantase ofiho Medical Leolures al Cincinnatti, and he is worthy of the confidence of die CMtimutiity. Canal Dover, June 1st J844. Vi tt. ,k ' i AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS THE undersigned has on hand al his resident in .Canal Dover an assortment of the Society publica tions, among which are soma of Baxter's, Flavels, Dod dridges, Nelson' and other etandard work of Christian Literature tnsether wtta a,' large variety ol relijiou rraets. hlin lTililes' and Testaments from the American B ile Society. ' 11 tesp'foifnlly invites the attention of ihe pabhoto this benr-fnjent enterprise, lie can i.ot on ly sell at cost, all f these iiiihliratiorrn. but may make grants of Ihem, when in his Judgement good can b uone.1 , . , , . .I -. . He i ire pared lo fill all orders al lha shortest no. tice. Many ul llviae publications aie weil adapted for Sobbstli School Libraries. H. SALA, Again, A, T. 3. Canal Dover, Msy 2P,' 18 II. . . t . DR. li. ROW. SURGEON DENTIST, : WILL attend to all operations in Dental Rargerf auch as Plugging. Cleansing, Extracting, aflrt Inaerting Incorruptible TEETH, from one w lull aet. He operalea a.lei the manner of the Parisian Den lists, being furnished wilh the Plartina Compoeiliai Blocking, a new anda soft article, but become hard in two hour after inserting. Any parson not being eatie fied, will not ba compelled to pay. II i dsn furnished1 wilh a TOOTH JfASlf, for curing lha Scnrpy,' and a anperior article of Tooth Powder ( Manufactured by himself,) Warranted tn keep the Teeth of a Snowy whiteness. : ' ' . ' ' '"' '' N B. Tooth Adit cured in fire minute, wilhout at tracting, free of charge. ' " Ldiea and Gent'emen wailed on at iheir residence, both in town and country at the same rates charged at hia office. DTRoom at Espich'e lintel. U3t , NEW rUlf.A.' June 8. Wheat, per isimhel t 76 MARKETS. Cera Oat do Dried Apple do Rye- i m. da Clover arte) . ) Klaxatcd . 4r Apples ito' I'oi aines do I'lstH pcr bbl. SI . so . 44 1 Ti 83 25 4 vu t DOVER, June 6, Wheat per bushel Cot a ,- Oats' de? Drier) Appta' '4.' j Rve i dor Clovrrwfd , ' -FlaXKied ', .! :', Apples rhr . Firtaioea dw f loar fvr kernel Tff- . 1 Jt -v. tl ? 44 ; - it ; a t ' 4,t9 t -.a