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FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES K. POLK, OP TENNESSEE. FOR .VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE M. DALLAS, OF PENNSYLVANIA. ELECT OR AL TICKET. PtMlTOHlit. Joseph II. Larwlll, of Wayne Lowly Utter. of Clcrmoul, , Coromssiohav . 1st District Clayton Webh, of Hamilton, til do . Jamea M, Dorsey, of Darke. 3d do It. D. Foreman, of Qreane, , 4th do John Ta ylor of Champaign, 6th do David Iliggins ofLucai, 6th do Gilbert Beach of Wood. 7th do John D. While ef Brown. - 8th do Thonaa M egrady of Rosa.' , 5th do Valentine Kelfer of Pica way, 10th do Jnmea Parker of Licking. Itih do firenvill P. Cher ry. of Marion. J2lh do George Cortvine of Scioto. ' 13ili tin Ckutloui C. Covey of Morgan 14th do Isaac M. Lannlng, of Guernsey, 15th do Walter Jnmieson of Harrison, 16th do Sebastian Bra inard, of Tuscarawat, 17th do Jamea Forbes sr. ofCarroll; lBth do Neal McCoy, of Wayne, 19th do Milo Stone of Summit, SOth do Benjamin Adams of Lake, Slat do Stephen N. Sargent, of Medina. FOR GOVERNOR OF OHIO, DAVID TOD, of Trumbull. THE DEMOCRAT- NEW FHXIsASELPnXA, OHIO. THURSDAY JUNE 90, 1844. THE "OHIO DEMOCTRA" TILL AFTER THE ELECTION FOR ? CENTS. The great crisis approaching and the base attempts of tho Federalists to make this a Federal District has in duced ut to offer The . Oldo Democrat, from any time during present month till after Ihe Presidential elestion at the exceedingly low price of 8eventyfive cent. We wish our friends to use thoir influencd to extend .i . i..: v.. ... .i rv i 1 " ' ' PP" "" reu- eraliitson the threshhold in every nook and corner of i the two eounlias. To Club who may take a number of copies we will send nl still lower rate. For 10 co ld $6,00 or a larger number in proportion. AN APPRENTICE WANTED, A (tout Ui of about 15 or 16 year of age will te la ken a an apprentice at thi office. One from the coun try would be preferred COONEY UP A UUM TREE. The Buzzard editor warn to know why we do not publish Mr. Van Buren's letter on Texas and also Col. Benton' vpeeoh on the Treaty. If the old grog bruizer will look in the Ohio Democrat of May 1 6th he will find Ihe substance of Mr. Van Buren's letter given with his full opinion about Texas. As In Benton' speech -and it i Ihe tallest that ever wa made on the subject ws have not had room for it, our apace being all taken up with renunciation from Whiggery. We may publish it however if these whig will ever atop signing off from Clay. Having aniwered, let us ask a question. Why do you not publish Clay' letter to Or. Bronson of Geor gia, and lo Mr. Merriwether, on the Tariff! Are you afraid they would expota the double faced knavery and flea 'you are practising upon thi people you old hy pocrite! Come out and anwer like an honeit man and not tlfulk like a thief tell ut why it i and what you mean by palming clay off a a high tariff man hers, when at the am lime he ia writing letter to the South that he i oppoaed to high tariff. We want to lee who it i that i deceiving Ihe people and leading them tt tiay. THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY IN OLD TUS CARAWAS. We assure our friend else that the zeal and entliusi Mm which now prevail among Ihe Democrat of Tut carawa nevtr was known since the year 1832, when Jackson got 400 majority. The unce wavering, timid and lukewarm, are rushing to the aiandard of Polk and Dalub with an unanimity unparalleled. .Those who left u under Van Buren, are returning to the Demo cratie fold, determined to do duty aa formerly and a ardently a ever they did for the old Hero of New Or lean. Push on the Ball fellow Democrat. Clay never did carry the vote of Tutcarawae nor never will. Hi old Federal doctrine will hill him a dead a a door nail, among Ihe freeman Of our county. Aa they went for Old Hickory in 1832, to will ihey go for Young Utckory in 1644. Lei Hie Battle cry go out that Tue cariwat must be redeemed, and the will be. Mark that. OUR MARCH 13 ONWARD. We refer the reader to another part of thi paper for more extract thowing (he onward march of Democracy The whole country is in motion, and such enthusiasm, good feeling and a determination; lo overthrow federal- itm, never before wiineaed among the Democracy. A acotemporary tritely remaiki, the supporter of Clay are dwindling down, and falling off in such number that before the election there will be none left oxcept the bead shoulder and backbone of ihe old federal parity. That old hypocrite and al auderer of Democracy, the Buzzard haa already commenced slandering our can didate for Preaident and Vice President. Let him go on.. It I i catling. He paddled coffin hand bill against Old Hickory along with Xnrdecal Baitley, and Bow it is not strange thai he should be at hi villainous work again.. Inasmuch a we have a "Young Hickory" instead jaf "Oil Hickory" would it not be a wi thi Miiaiiat In get np a new edition of the coffin hand hills-. W merely suggeat ihit lo the Buzzard, lo ve him ih trouble-of! prirtfin;. lies.. '.THE TFXA8 TREATY REJECTED-COL. BEN TON'S NEW BILL TO ANNEX TEXAS. 1 he Treaty that ha for some lime been before the Snte, w"reiecte.l 11 week, eyei 16, noes 35, ev ery aye hulonea Democrat, Immediately. afler tliaj Treaty wa rejected.. Col. Denton introduced Uill to annex Tease, which wo give below, end whirh will no doubt meet the approbation of ihe people. There were hundrede favor of admitting Texas, who oppo sed the Treaty became they believe it was not the right plan to bring Texas into the Union. That treaty being killed, and more sensible plan adopted, may all look forward to the speedy admission of lexas into our glorious Union, and also the lettlemont and occupation of Oregon. Mr. Festom then offered his his bill, as follow: 1 bill to protidt for the Annexation of Taxes to tht United States. Be it enacted $c.. That the President of the United States be, and he hereby is, authorised and advised to open negotiations with Mexico and Texas for the ad justment of boundcriet. and the annexation of ihe lat ter to the United States, on the following bases; to wit: I. The Boundary of the annexed territory to be in the deert prjrie west oftlie Nuecee, ana along me nign laods and uiountain heights which divide the watera of the MiasiasiDDi from the Riodel Norte, and to latitude 42 degrees North. 2. The people of Texas, by a legislative sot, or by any autheutio act which shows the will of the majority, to express their assent to said annexation. 3. A State to be called '-The State of Texas." with bnundares fixed by herelf, and an extent not exceeding that of the hrgest State in Ihe Union, be admitted into the Union, by virtue of this act, on an equal routing with the original States. 4. The remainder of the annexed territory to be held and disposed of by Ihe United Swes as one of their Territories, and to be called lha 'Southwest Territory. R That that Ihe eiislenne of liverv to be forever prohibited in ihe Northern and North Western part of said territory, so as to divide as equally as may be, the whole of the annexed country between slave holding and non-slavehoiding States. 6. The assent of Mexico to be obtained by treaty to such annexation and bound uy, or to be dispensed wilh when Ihe Congress of Ihe United Slates may deem auch aisent te be unnecessary. 7. other details of the annexation to be adjusted by treaty, ao far as the same may come within the scope of the treaty making power. The bill waa then read, and ordered lo a second read ing. HILL FOR THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS. The proposition submitted by Mr. Benton for the admission of Texas as a Stale into the Union, was lost to-day in the Senate by J strict party vote. The unan imity on both sidea the federalist to a man opposing a congressional annexation, the Democrat to a man ius taining it makes it manifest that this question of ex tending the dominion, the po jver, ihe prosperity of re publican government, is, a of yore, a most distinct and exact defining line of the two great parties in (hi coun try. The principle and motive which operate in pro" ducing thi result whenever a queslion of extending the boundaries of the republic, arises, have ahown themselves on every conation wlun an issue ha been presented in Cingres involving the enlarge, ment of our limits. Immediately after the Revolution, Ihe federal party oppoaed, at far a they dared to do it, all ihe measure aiming at quieting the Indian trouble beyond the Alleghenies, to prevent the settlement of the new States in the West. Federalism opposed tho ac quisition of Louisiana; federalism opposed the policy of lipnnrn jackaon in rernov mi ine ina ans. ana acauirina ------ " - - , , - title lo their iano lo open tne way tome introuuction oi new State into the Union; federalism ba opposed the annliction nf the lorritorie for admisaion into the Uni" on; and federalism now opposes, wilh one voice, the reannexation of Texas to ihe Union. The principle en which thi parly alway proceed, ia repugnance to bettering ihe condition of Ihe people. Farmer, settled on their own freeholds, constitute the great power which arieata the strides of aristocracy, and defeat all thoae scheme which by herding the peo people in mane in manufacturing towns and villages, aud on lands held of superior aa tenant (end inVari ably to their aunjugaiion. The spread of the republic i the spread of the Democracy, and blaiie ihe hnpea of those who would make aiockjobbers .nanufacturing companies, incorporation wielding moneyed influence, ihe animating principle of Government, instead of the free suffrages of our independent people. After the above wa written, we learned that Mr. Hannngan, a Democrat, voted for laying the billon the tablet and Mr. Tallmadge, a whig voted against laying it on the table.-Globe, Junt 13. For the Ohio Democrat. WIUG PRINCIPLES. - Doting ihedrunkenne and debaunherya of 1840", Mr. Bingham of thia place in a speech made at Port Wash ington, made the following assertion in relation lo whig measure?: Heaid "lam opposed to a United States Bank, and we as a party are opposed to- it; for it is a defunct Federal Institution," And now in 1844 he and the party golooth and toe nail fnr a United Stalee Bank, and yet they lay that they never chanjo their principle. Now thia shows conclusively that he, (Mr, Bingham) then wilfully lied to gull ihe ignorant, for the Federal parly have not changed since 1840 that ia certain. Whig principle were then a high protective tariff, a U. S. Bank &c. and at present are the aame. Deny that, Jon ny if you can with a clear contcienco. XENOPHON. REMEMBER THEM AT THE POLLS. Dr. Duncan'. Bill to prevent pipe laying, which pasted the Democratic House tome week ago haa been killed by the Whig U. S. Senate, abowing clearly lhat they are determined a ever to retort lo all their hellirii fraud, again upon the ballot box. Will not every hon- et man help to put down leader who thu in open day advocate ihe moat oppressive doctrines and try lo rat ten them upon the people by fraud and perjury! Surely they will.. WHAT THEY, THINK CF EACH OITIER. BTA coon made a speech in Ihe Courthouse laat week, and upon a Democrat afterward asking a whig what he thought of it, ''why ay he, ''it wa the moat dishonest speech I ever heard. I have heard many Lo co foco speeches, but for low disgusting and vulgar dang and palpable lie, lhat beat all." When the federalist speak that way of each other, comment ia unneces sary. Let every friend of Oregon remember, that when Henry Clay waa lecreiiry of State under J. Gj. Adaois, he offered to give wp half of Oregon to ihe British and they would let ui have the balance. Hi silence upon ihit lubjeot ince shows that hia opinion have not chan. ged. No true friend of hi country oan tupport luch a man. lETThe Buzzard says the Democrat have done ir.ju ticeto Mr. Van Buren. Very likely, but dill if they have, Ihey will not forget lo do justiu to Henry Clay next fell, for the fth timt. Tram the Ohio Statesman. ' I PROGRESSIVE FEDERALISM COONERY AND NATIVEI81I IDENTICAL On Tuesday last Mr. Archer, a leading whig in the United Status Senate, snide ' rpench upn tlie occasion ofpresenling a memorial from the church burn tng roons of Philadelphia Ibr an alteration of the ntiu ralizition laws, so as lo require a residence of twenty one years before a person who his the misfortune to be born in Ireland, Germany or any other portion of the wutM unt included within the limit of the United States can be allowed to exercise theeleclive franchise. In that speech Mr. Archer laid down the principles ol whiggery of which he hia Ihe brightest ornament in the following, which wo cut from the Congressional report of the Baltimore Argus: 'He (Mr Archer had ob erved lhat, in two or three inatauces recently, the gentlemen who presented simi lar memorials front the same quaaler , accompanied (hem with the expression of their own sentimenta on the sub ject. Al'huugh it was quite an unusual thing for him, on the occasion of presenting a memorial, to indulge in any observations, he should uow so far depart from I his course, as to remark, in opposition to the dissent ex pressed by thoae gentlemen, that he entirely concurred with the memorialists in the prayer ol Ihe memorial This was a subject which, he was sorry to say, had not as yet sumcieuciy attracted me attention or ine penpie of 'the Uoited States. There was, he 'hought, a grow ing combination of circumstances, which furuished am pie ground fur the conclusion, lhat the great mass of un eduuat d foreigners, wholly ignorant of the nature and value of our inslitotiona, annually pouring into the coun tiy, could not within the sherl period of lire years, fix ed by the present law, become fit to exercise, with a due sense of their value and responsibility, the rights and privileges of native bnrn citizens. The premaiure exercise of such rights had grown to an evil of great magnitude, of which there had unhappily, but too re cently been a painful demonstration. If no other rer son in the national councils should take up the subi-ct. he would himelf in ihe proper time when that party ine w nig parly J niouia come into power winch would give effiict to views of a sound policy introduce soma measure such as the memorialists justly concluded had note become necessary " We have now the pledge of oae of the leading lights of whiggery that a soon as lhat party get Ihe powtr, they "would introduco snme measure suck as the mem orialists justly concluded had now become necessary," The just conclusions" of the memorialists are, lhat persons born out of Ihe Unietd btnles should serve an apprenticeship of twenty une years before tl.ey can be allowed Ihe same right lhat are allowed to negroes in Rhode Island. The law passed by the alien and sedition law Admin istration of old John Adams, and which has coveied that Administration with an infamy as eternal as lhat which covers the chancier of Henry Clay, only requir ed a FOURTEEN YEARS' RESIDENCE in the Uni ted States, to enable a foreigner to vole. Since that day federalism has PROGRESSED Church burning whig gcrij has improved upon the ultra federalism of Old John Adams they have added- ONE THIRD TO THE APPRENTICESHIP OF FOREIGNERS TO MAKE THEM EQUAL TO NATIVE COONS. Old JOHN Adam' federalism admitted Ihe foieigner lo a participation of the privilege of an American citizen after a residence of fourteen year, but modern federal, ism would now require TWENTY ONE YEARS' RESIDENCE before acitizon of the land of Montgom ery, Pula-ki, DtKalb, or Lafayette, ran have aright to vote. Connery, in Ohio, lias tried haid to deny the affinity !..,.. M.liv.i.m .nrl Whiir.. Afi.r thi. rl.rl.r. - t-j . ,i,,n of principle for the public eye, by Mr Arch.r, will 'ney " P"fl' e ,ne" " ournm' principle. Religious Notice. Rev. A. McRiTitoLn, will by divine permission commence a course of Lectures (to be continued every Sabbath evening for a length of lime) in the Presbyteri an, Church Canal Dover,on Sabbath JuneShh at half past 7 P. M., on the necessity of a Divine Reveatation from God to man and on ihe genuineness and authen tic it y of ihe bible which contains that revelation. The citizens of the town are respectfully invited to attend, and especially those, (if any there be) who are troubled with doubt a .o tho validity of the Bib e. COUNTY POOR HOUSE. , NOTICE i hereby given lo the Trustee of the sever al Townahipa within Ihe County of Tuscarawas, that within the coming week Ihe Board of Director will be prepared lo reeeive such pauper aa may be en titled to admission into the County Poor house. In pre paring the credentials necessary to admission, the Trus tees will be governed by the acts entitled ''An act for the relief of the Poor," ant) "An Act lo authorize the establishrrwnt nf Poor house," aee Revised Statute, pa ges 634 and 638. Application may be made to either of he undersigned. U. IIC.rtK.UUKt t. E. JANES GEO. RIKER. Board t Directors of the Poor House, New Philadelphia June 13, 1844. 22. 3w. NEW LINE OP MAIL STAGES. . FROM Mi&SILLON, TO ZANESVILLE. Three Gmes a week in splendid Post Coaches. Leave MASS1LLON every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and arrive in Coshoc'on same evening, and in Zaneaville next day about 12 o'clock M.. Leaves Zanesvilie every Monday Wednesday, and Friday, and arrive in Massillon nex: daya by 6 o'clock P. M. Thi line connect at Canal Dover with the Mail Coa ches from Wooster In Wheeling and Washinginn, Pa., and Masitllon with a daily line ofStagea to Cleveland. For anv fvrlher in for iation enquire alSlover & Smith' Hotel Massillen, Kaldenbacli a Dover, or&tpicn a new Philadelphia. J. A. MYERS & Co. Jone 6th, 1844. 32 4w. MILHOLLAND &. CRANE'S, rATEtfT ENDLESS BEE HIVE, IfKW FIBH WM. YOONO J. HYKES, WOULD respectfully inform their friend and the public generally that they have commenced the abore business, in NeTr Philadelphia, or mailing the aid Bee Hive, at call or order. We invite the cilizena of Tutcarana county to call and befbre purchas ing elsewhere. -June lOih. 1844. 23 tf MEDICAL NOTICE. Dr. F. D. McMEAL ha associated with himselfin ihe nraclice of Medicine nd Surgery. Dr J. FLETCH ER ANRENV- He assure the puhlia and friend lhat hi partner it a gentleman of excellent moral character and nofsesset ffood medical acatiirements. he ha had tho advantago of ihe Medical Lecture at Cincinnati!, and ne i wormy ortne connrxence oi me community, Lanal Dover, June 1st JB44. Wi :i. TROOP, T7OU are ordered lo parade in BOLIVAR, on the JL 4TH of JULY, at tp o'clock, A. M., with 12 round blank cartridge, prepared to receive your co lour. By order or the lapt. B. HARVEY, Cornet. Blank Deeds TUST primed on iuperior quality ef paper and l ur le it this Umce. AH EXHIBIT or the . HECEIPTSAND EXPENDITURES t ' "fT? 'f9.' t,f,,fJuue. A low, me l la? o June itni. noum. RECEIPTS. 1 Cl 6 467 ?i S8.432 9E 4.480 62 Balance in the Treasury June 0, 1843 Amount recievxd on Duplicate fir 1843 ' school funds ree'd at Columbus ' 5 ir el interest on surplus Revenue 1.459 411 1 Fines snd costs psid in by sundry persons 874 S7 Taxes collected, not charged on duplicate 33 71 J 1 Tax on f.ireigu Insurance C anpaniee 94 ' Collected bv J (i Hance of I) Leon d 103 50 estate G Cryder de'e 174 50 IWd of Adm'r of w IM ' Sale of forfeited lands by Auditor 753 84s ' l-l paym'l on salsnfMuraviaii school lands 726 321 Taies psid in at Columbus 4 83 Received fur Tavern Licenses " Horse " Pmller'g " " Ferry " " Show " Permits In sell grinds 197 00 17Q 00 70 00 8 00 30 00 26 73, 48 00 Jury lees liav, meaduw rent on Poor llou'e larm " Curd wund so'd Total amount of Receipts EXPENDITURES, 42 00 11 24 $42,683 53 Assessor' fees 142 00 Attorney' ' ' SKI 00 Judges of Court 234 00 Sheriff fee 91 00 Clark" " 30 00 Cosnmisiionen' fee 86 00 Auditor1 - 7-25 57, Treasurer' 804 33 Printing S08 50 Canal Bridge 12 25 Suppotting Insane pauper 539 111 Witnesses before the brand Jury 76 00 Repairs and furniture in office and Court houce 9 75 bxponte at Co, Jail aud Jail yard Coroner' Iuquest Coal for Jail Court house and office General Election y Book and Stationary Rnnd Expensb School fund of 1843 Road " " Towr.ahip & poor fund, 1843 Jury fee " Poor House and farm. Witnesses in State case Justice Constables its criminal case Jailor fee Enumeration of Youlh Land improperly taxed Cnnttalilea during Court Reluming poll book at Juititee election School house lax Clerk of Board of Scoool Examiner fee 184 47 54 01 63 48 m tw 198 75$ 863 88 7.782 91 1 3 298 04 3,073 12 363 65 S 413 83i 144 00 114 OOg 5o nn 43 00 3 49J 89 00 13 15 213 74$ 9 50 Expense of selling Moravian School Land 34 00 Repair al Court House and Offices 28 57 Appropriation lo Bridge over mouih of One Leg Creek 150 00 2 87) 4 47 5 00 20 00 44 50 3 32 75 3 63 462 70 Furnitare fur Jai! Articles furnished person in Counly Jail Medicine and atl ndance to persons in do. Seal and Press for Clerk' office Balance on publick road at Eattport One box candles for Court a.id offices Sending out Assessor blanks Coat of repairing Court House undry time Lxchange of uncurrent fund" Furniture and ala innary fur Treasurer office 9 18 Money paid n Columbus 13 841 081 Am I of order redeemed exceeding the amount drawn Total amount of expenditure i.ii oi 89,820 67 MM frt, Am't remaining in the Tteatury JS.V07 Ct $42,588 53J STATE OF THE TREASURY. Am't for which Treasurer stands charred 5,767 66 o which add several Judgement now collecting Tib UU 502 86 from which deduct Orders drawn and not presented 2,961 62 J ) Am t borrowed ol surplus revenue bUU UO S 3.461 62 Am't (whan eollected) exceeding present iiabimie 941 241 1 Pabliiked by ordef of tfie Commissioner. JOHN EVERHAED. J Auditor's Office Tu. Co., 1 June 17. JS44. J 23 4w DOCTOR O. ORMSBY, WOULD respectfully make known to his customer and friend lhat he ha again resumed the prac tice of MEDICINE in SHANESVILLE, TVS. CO., OHIO; and having taken hi brother into partnerahip, will be able to attend to all call in their profession, Having also obtained a never failing remedy for GANGER, we would solicit all ihose who are afflicted' with that painful disease to call wilh us as we are Willing to war rant a perfect cure in the most obatinite cases. June is, 1644. a I NOTICE. A I myinstanre an attachmeni waa this day issued bv John H. Smilh n Justice of ihe Peace of Goshen town. ship Tuscarawas County, against the property dt effects of Peter Baker a non-resident olsaid County. Dated una I tin day ol June IH44. VALENTINE SNIDER. bXOnXsY XMP0RTA2TT ASD EXTRAORDINARY ENTERPRISE. SEVERAL HUNDRED VOLUMES of new and useful Books, now In course of publication ON THE CHEAP PLAN. 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