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DEMOCRATIC -NOMINATIONS. .
FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES K. POLK, Of 1 ENNE83EE. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE M. DALLAS, ' OF PENNSYLVANIA. ELECTORAL- TICKET. " flKATORUt. joseph II. Larwill, gf Wnync Uuwly Ullir.tr Clermont, OwaRICHIOIIlL' tit District Clayton Webb, of Dauiiltnn, James M, Do racy, of Parke. R. D. Fort-man, of Greene, John Taylor of Champaign, David lliggins or Lucas, Gilbert Ucacll of Wooil, John D. While of llrown. Thomai M egrndy of Rom, Valentine Kelferof Picnway, James Parker of Licking. Orcoville P. Cher ry, of Marlon, George Corwine of Scioto, Cantious 0. Covey of Morgan Isaac M. Lanning, of Guernsey, Walter Jamieson of Unrrlaon, Sebastian Brainnrri, or Tuscarawas, James Forbes sr. of Ca rroll; Neal McCoy, of Wayne, Milo Stoae of Summit, Benjamin Adnnis or Lake, Stephen N. Snrgent.nf Medina. td ds 3d da 4ih do 6th do - eitli do 7ih do 8tu do 9tli do 10th do 1IIM do mil do 13i do 141H do 15t It do loth do 17 III do lftin do Iflth do 50th do list do FOR GOVERNOR OF OHIO, DAVID TOD, of Trumbull. THE DEMOCRAT. NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO. THURSDAY AUGUST 29, 1814. GOSHEN TP. HICKORY CLUB. There will be a meeting of I lie Club no Satunlay timing next, Angus 31st instant- Mr. Chatuar will addroas lh Democracy. . DEMOCRATIC MArtS MEETINGS. Can. LEWIS GASS, of Michigan, late Minister to France, will address mass meetings of the people at the following places and times: Norwolk, Hiirnn cou.ity, Tuesday, . '. Sept Delaware, Delaware county, Thursday, " Urbana, Uahmpsign county, Saturday, " Columbus Franklin county, Monday, " Ztnenvite, Muskingum CO,, Wednesday, " . 25 N. Philadelphia, Tuscarawas co., Saturday, " 28 Gen Cass will bo acrompanied by other prominent annakar nf llift Democratic nnrlv. Immense mass meetings nf the people are expected at all the abovo mentioned places. Every body is invited to attend and hear the old soldier nf the last war, aud take counsel upon tl.a great poli'ical questions uf the day, which so deeply occupy the public mind. ' August 91, 1844. EXHIBITION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB On Tuesday evening Mr. H. IKbbkil, Siipeiiiitrn dent of the Ohio Deaf and Dumb Asylum, delivered an address in tlieCour: House, and with the aid or four uf his pupils agieeably entertained large audience for hours, Mr. Ilutibell gave history nf the invention of the tignaby which these unfortunate mules communi cate their ideas the men who brought those signs to perfection and the interest takes by the philanthropists of different nations and Suits in ameliorating their con dition, educating them and making litem happy. His pupils two males and two females, irtelligem and fine Inokiiig persons, went through a number of pantomimic exercises surprising to all. Although they have ears that hear not ar.d tongues which speak not, yet by eign did they describe difltneut scenes in ilia Bible the hu man passions "dinViront trades and occupations and answnrod questions of o'most every nature willi a tu pidity and clearness equal to those possessed of all Gud's blessing. Mr. Hubbell is nn a tour through the State, giving practical elntnonstralion of the benefits of the iusiilu'.iou, and endeavoring so to enlist thti sympathies of the peo ple in behalf of the Deaf and Dumb, that they may in struct iheir sorvants in the next Legislature to make an appropriation of 10 to 15,000 dollars for the enlarge ment of th e asylum, which is entirely inadequate to the growiog population uf our noble Slate. We wish him every success in his laudable undertaking. PROSTITUTION OF A RELIGIOUS PRESS TO BASE POLITICAL PURPOSES. . . We ve informed that the Clay Whigs have boon using the Lutheran Press and type for printing their large hand bills and Clay badges. We have no objec tion to it; Uut there are some or the Democratic pn Irons of that paper, who may not like to support a re ligious press and have it used as a political engine n gainst them. In the full of 1842 a Democrat wont there got a small hand bill printed, ' when our press was oc cupied, and p uid for it, Two of die commitiee laited quite a hreeze abnat it. But now whan whiggory is lo be benefitted by it, even the Lutheran Press must Lo used lo assist in putting a gambler and duellist into the Presidency. O tanpore, O mores! This is easily acsounled for.' The committee who superintend the publication of the paper are all Whigs There's the difference. It might be well enough lo mention the names of these Whig Saints who thus i, ; degrade tlienuelvos and the Press over which thoy 23 ; preside, Hero they are: JOHN EVEUHARD, whig 25 candidate for Auditor, PETER WILLIAMS, and JACOB OVERHOLT, The Clay badges are lo bo had CIu the basement of the Lutheran. Church 1 2 cents apicco cash. No shinplasters taken in payment(l) Step up coons, and bay. Democrats can have them, payable wlion Clay is elected (I) Qutre. Do they charge anything for printing these hand bills and bacVes. A .It ENUNCIATION AT HOME. The Fedoral leader by a Rood dual of hard swearing, and liar Jar lying a'ro trying lo inike their followers be lieve that the renunciations published by Ihe domncratic paper are not all due. "Puinlius lo a change at hoint.". ATTEMPT TO DEFRAUD THE PtOI'LE. The leaders attumul nf ihe Tmcarawva wlrig enn veniion in iheir reVuli n blink the question of A U. 8. Hink ahogclher, Truo Ihcy talk about "national currency" hut that say they. Well if it will not give them ihe bully ache., means gol I and tilver, the only national currency lot them read the folio wintv which Was 'tent ur last Friday voluntarily. It is but one among a hundred in Tuscarawas, and thousands throughout Ure Statu, , that have left the Federal party, beoauie of their. fuUeiruin ises, their deceptions, Iheir bpbresaWe-ilncitiiie, and their contempt (or the interest and welfare of the people. No poor or laboring man who looks into -the principles uf the coonjeaders, and compares llietn wilh tiro prin ciptesofthe Democratic part)', can hesitate" which patty he should support. If he will conscientioua'y dulhisho must be a democrat; for it ii his interest, hi wcl aie and the Welfare of hie posterity. Messrs. Mitcliener a Nathans; I wish In stn'e through ihe columns of our paper that I how renuyi.ee Whig- fiery. I have nlwijs Deen a wing and voter! lor lien. Harrison in I&4U, nut cannot vole With mat party again. A parly which Ihiled to fulfil any of the muny promises which they made to the i.eoi I a party which Ins lulled to prove any one of the lliuns.md ch irges madd against the democracy,- I consider '.lie leaders of. fin U'liii parly are like ihe coon winch we worshipped in 184(1, preach one thing and practis. another. At Ihe next elec tion I will suppurt that parly which goes in for Equal Rights and equal privileges. I shall lir reuf er rank my self with tho Democrats of Washington township, and vole for Polk, Dallas and Tod M03E3 MERCER. Washington Ip. Tus. Co. O. August IOiIi, 1844. PROTECTION TO WE3TEKN t'A RMERS. Shutting out the market of Ihe world for our produce, and making farmers take 50 cenla a bushel for iheir wheat under a high tariff, when under a low tariff thoy got ftom 60 cents 10 $1,25 per pushul. PROTECTING LABORING MEN. -Making them pay 25 to 35 per cent, higher for their more goods than they did under a revenue tariff so that .whul they bought under a low tariff for $1,00, now they have to pay $1,85 sod 1,50. ... THE COUNTY CONVENTION Meets nl Monday, and ore another paj er is issued our . !...Ja. mill In. mi . it n I .at litem hf irnnrl county .7 . . teTL.;;" just gel him in prove lo you what Clay has ever done onund men. and we will triumph in October. , J r . .. PUT IT AT 1 HEM Whenever a federal leader asks you to support Clny, men, and we There i no mistake about it. Let Ihe motto of every Democrat be, firm and united we gj into the fight, and tyht lor tho victory! UNPRINCIPLED FORGEKY. The federal Advocate copies part of a letter purporting to be from Thomas JelTarsoi praising and -exalting for the poor man. Ask him if Clay has pot kept the country in excitement for' the last 20 years, by bring ing up measure at war with ihe constitution, and re pugnant lo civil liberty. Witness his advocacy of a British Tariff, national dobt his opposition to the far mer and mechanics and hardy settlors nn our Western lands-Ins advocacy of the swindling Bankrupt law- Henry Claf, This biter has been proven dozen times ( opposition to fiee suffrage in Rhode Island. Aside PROTECTION TO HOME INDUSTRY. Ma king a man work Odajs to gut the mme amount of goods that ho gut under a low tariff for G days' wages, That's protecting home industry. It nukes men more industrious. a PROTECTION TO MECHANICS -T.nying a lax nf 100 and 150 per cent on cotn.ni ami flannels, and 7 per cer.t. on gold chains, ear bobs, gems and poarls. PROTECTION TO BEEF, PORK A. FISH. Laying a duly of 100 per cent on salt. Protection lo BL ACK3M ITH3. Lay ing a lax of70 cents on anvils, and 17 dollars per ton on bar iron and rolled iron, Protection to SHOEMAKERS. -Laying a heavy tax on Shoes and Boots bo ihul a few eastern manufacturers can flood tho western mores wilh Bonn and Shoe a1 less than half the price ODe of our shoemakers can make them for. That protects bare feel. Protection to the PEOPLE generally. Taxing nine tenths uf the people lo support the other tenth. 1'rotectioa againsl BRITISH principle. Building up a lordly aristocracy in the east, off the hard earnings that ran he. 1 In mlence ol thee coon loaders on me question nf a Bank, is a base attempt to defraud the Voters of Tuncarawya. For proof wa will copy an rxlrac from the speech of Joseph White of Indiana recently ili-livnrcd in Ne v York, and published in the New Yoik papers Here it is. "Aain, Ihe whig parly propose for ihe adoption of the eliiclora ul Hie country, iliu dittrimition nl (lie pro ceeds nf tliu public lands, and thai o!d and time honored issue uf a Nutioual Bunk. To tlitso Ihn democratic creed does not lorrii.-h any nniiigoaislic measures ofnn iillhmr.t ve character, lainawaiu that in pronouncing the Itank lo be an ixsua now, I run conmer to the views of jnilu ij en'erlained by a poriioo it is to he hoped an innousideralilo portion ol my own party in llita&sale; but whalnvercotirsH ihece gentleman may deem It prop er to adopt for the rniiiliiciiiii: "f 'his rwnpiiian how evoi much thcij maybe disposed to stale falsely ww ivuts or to disguise old one, a for myself, I hum be permit ted loudvocale wit g policy as il evor hai been and a it is, and tnmand again upon tho old issuuiif a NulionaJ Diiik. (dreat cheering.) "I know there are some whig po'ilieinns, and I pauso here to make the remark out ol the regular ordor of the discussion and to mo it is a source of deep re grci that liters are soma whn lake all occasion In pro claim thai they are not in ftivnr of any measure for ihe rnimlritinn of the currency. These men attempt lo de fiaud tltepeople'mio voting for Mr. Clay, on the ground tliat Iho hunk qoeslion is not one nt ttio issues ol 1P-11; and 1 say it In this audience, on my responsibility as a whin, that wlLCncv:ra whigaralor amiroailus you, with thai dixluration on his lips, you are to kicarc if him, and mark him as onetplto is dishonestly attempting to corneal the tiue issues of mis great contest (Loud cheers. ) Now what must the honest portion of Ihe whits here think of the attompt uf their leaders, to defraud thorn A Bank is one of the issue, Clayjhasdeclaircd for it, and aohavo nis stumpers elsewhere hut the leaders here, hope by their silence to get voles that thoy otherwise would not, and hence are resorting to the barest chicanery and fraud. Shame on suchhypnericy shuflling and skulk, ing. Charge home upon them their attempt lo defraud ihe people. brAndretits FILLS. ' Sicvrtd by letters FuIchI vf thi United Slates . fin on . t. t. tin n.t.CT . ..... I f m 1 1 w M. il I . , H r. ) 1, J MJ , I IIUU, .. e M cine, esiMtcinlly in a country so solyecl 10 euUdeaclmu tni of teuiperaiara m ihitr ilieir Value U tucalcalabi... Bjr ' bavins Ihe I'.rdnilrtlh', I' ilia altv)ou hand, slould k suddciA attack of sir ki.ess mVe place, they can Us f.ien al once, and , wi',1 often have Cilccieii a cdr hefeie Ilia phyiiciaa oould have auived. ' . , , ., .( lo Chulic, and in inflamation or th bowel. Ihest pill will, at once relieve, ard perseverance In Iheir its, according 10 ll directions, will surely du all llittt lucilicin can do to restore the lienltli or (he pntienl. . - la diseases arising f i vin the use or niercUry, or from an cause or Vitiation, from had Mood oiotherwisi, ,HielrHr wrir produce tire mint happy results InaM aitatka of Ithcurmilsiui Urysipclns. Salt Ulicdini and In ah cases or chronic or recent, Cosiivencss, the use vf the HranUretu Pills will le productive or uinnira wrviceson.ciiuK- w,n-w..fiR n B vuaui, for the heller as lo rwiuw great tliankfulueas. Ill all cases of iiulii;estiOH, Worms, Asthma. Clsesses or th . Heart, and hi all i.ilixiioiu of Hie Siouncli and Uiwels, tl. Bramlretli Tills will he found never falling remedy ' ' To insure the hill Isjuelit oftliese rfcel'iaied pim.iney sncaiin lie kept in the hou,, h) that opmi lh first colihinceniil of sickness they umy lie at once resorted io-' One Aur Mica I ,. 11 tor than a doaen alter Ihe diseaee has licoa established in Hie sysicin. i ! . The Brandrelli Pills r purely VegcUhl. and so itinocen llial Ihe IriHint or a fnoiilh old may Use llicm If required, ndt only with safety but with a cerlahiiy of receiving all II; be nefit medicine iscapal.le or imparling, reinares limy use iro-irr luring nil the critical periods uf t..eir lives. The Drandretli Pills will insure their health, and produce regularly In au we functions Of lire, . ! .. Ee careful of counlerfcil Pills. Ilasy to avaid Unm; , , ( Dio, I.SlXURlTr. Each Agent who scjllsi Hie genuine Brandrelli Pill has a Ckiiiiucih or Ascncy, which has been engrared al a van eJiiense. It rcprcsenls Hie iiuiiiufaclory al Sing Bint, on lira hanks of lire llmhion river, And Is signed hy Ur, Kranarein, , and lii seal stamped upon tire paper. ' No. 2 S EU II BIT y , Above alt observe Hie labels upon Hie Ikiics. Each hoi of the genuine Mils has now TllUIitl L.AKKL8 upon it. The lop and the bottom labol containing upwards ofNIVETHOU-. SANU I.E'l'TF.ltS in ltEDLNK. The words BENJAMIN nitASDKETH'8 I'lt.LS being printed over two hundred times upon Iho two labels. , Til above justly celebrated nils can u procured at ine Sioreof John I'- Chapln, New Phliadclphlu, lie being the only authorized agent for Tuscoravvas county Ohio. August 22, 1844. 32 ly 1 OCTOBER ELECTION". Candidates before the Conv&Uion. For Congress. FELIX D. McMEAL, JOHN D. CUMMINS, GENERAL WALTER M. BLAKE, Fur Representative, RICHARD HEWITT, of Salem tp. For Auditor. I'.RICE BLAIR, of Washingtoc tp, JOHN STEEL SMITH. For Commissioner LEWIS CONWELL THOMAS RICHARDSON For Coroner, JOHN SHANK of Bucks', tp. For Poor House Directors. WILLIAM NEIGHBORS. GEO, BUGHER of York. (p. JOHN BLACK of Sandy, tp. tob..forg.r,,andyet these vmalrcUgw federal i.ts froin hU morsI derormi,ieti bis cour.e .inCe 1824 in iJ f "'8 ra"n0M and of "1B who,e omUV keep it going the rouuds as ir they had no Other msana to w,ys taking sides with the enemies of universal lib bolster np 'heir candidate than by forging the name of orty universal suffrage is enough lo make any friend Tho. Jefferaon. What is ths deffeienco between one . 0f ,is cnunlry Vole against a parly who suppoit such a scamp who wilt make bogus dollar and pais it an ' genuine, and another who will wantihgly publish a forged teller knowing it lobe such. At the time this lorgod letter appeared (in. the campaign of 28 Thos J. Randolph the relative- and Biagrapher of Mr. Jeff crson denouncod it as a forgery, and traced the author up who turned out to be the infamous John Binss of Phil adelphia city, the very man who originated and first got up tho coffin hand Bills against Gen. Jackson. Yet this fedaral Buzzard' palms off a letter written by this coffin hand Bill pedlerwith Jefferson name forged to If, as "Mr, JefTeraon's opinion of Hsnry Clny." Shame on the corrupt old hypocrite, and deceiver, TAKE DOWN THAT THIEVING COON. For two) woek the Buzzard had the picture of a coon at the (op of some lying election Returns, endeav oring lo mako his readers believe that Misouri, Indiana, ot-.'Unois had gone for the wbigs and that thoy had field iheir own in other states. What base deception upon a moral and religious people. Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana have given an aggregate democratic mnj or ity of 95,000 votss. And in Kentucky and N. Carolina the whig loss is over 30,000 voles. But what more could you expect from a man who would publish a forged letter as Thomas Jefferson's. And then how emblematic of tho man and his principles is his picturr a dirty lousy thieving coon of ihe forsat a poacher upon the farmers corn fields just a he has been upon their taxes. man, Lome out Irom among Ilium then and rally under Ihe flag of equal right jaud voto fur Polk. Dallas and Tod. Tom. Ewing writing a letter in 1P40 denying that tho whirs wanted a U. S. Bank, and then resigning his Are you making ready for the great seat in the Cabinet because the President vetoed the fa your organization complete? Aro Bank bill. A UOUJV PATRIOT. Nothing shows the hypooricy of federal leaders beli ler than their acl. See how they profess to be the poor mans friend in talking about' distribution, but look at their acts ar.d totei on Col. Benton's Land Bill to give peor men the public lands at CO cents an acre.- They voted almost to a man against it from Henry Clay down.' Has the articlo on our first peg (or proof. What poor man will go with such hypocrites, and such ene- juiel to his welfare! organize: ORUAX1ZEI DEMOCRATS! Fkierds op Republican Libert! are you acttvel day of trial! your neighbors furnished with documents with the right sort of reading mat'.er lo confound your enemies? If not delay not a momenl? Aow is the (day now is the hour, When the election is past it will be too lato. We have but to will it and Ohio will elect her favorite eon, DAVID TOD , Governor, and cast her vole fur I POLK and DALLAS. I fjf Look! only look at what oilier States havo done! A gain nf some TWENTY TWO THOUSAND Vote in KENTUCKY old Kentucky -since 1840 EQUAL RIGHTS; Taxing the many for the bene fitof Iho fow. LOVE FOR FREEDOM. Sentencing Thomas VV, W. Dorr lo ihe dungeon for life for upholding the prin ciplcs uf the Declaration of Independence. COON HONESTY, 1 CATHERINE Bteiner (widow) Christian), Intermarried with Adam l.incbaugli.aiid Catherine Bteiner (minor; ara J hereby notified, That on Ilia S9ih day of July, A. D. 1844, William Shear as adniintstratoi of the estate of David Bteiner, dee'd, tiled in the Court or Common Pleas or Tuscarawas coun ty, Ohio, a petition against them the object and prayer of which ur, to obtain an order or said Court, authorizing said ad ministrator to complete on behalf of the heirs of Mid deceased, a certain article or ngrecinent, made and entered into In Hie lifetime or, and between the said deceased, and one George Linclwr.gh: by which said article of agreement, said David Steiner, ror the sum or threo hundred dollars, nniong other -things, sold Hie undivided lioirof the following described feat estate, situate In said Tuscarawas County, Ohio, lo wit; The" west hair or the 8. VV. Q, or See. No. 9,Townshlp, No. 9. and" Banjo 1. In the United Stales Military District, coalaining 80 acres mora or least Said petition will be for the hearing or said Court, at its next Term BELUKN tf BUOTHKK. ' Bols. for Tel. July, 31, 1844.-29 3. .. - ,. . , . POCKET BOOK LOST. " ' LOST on Iho 23J insl. betwaeu Bethlehem and Ca nal Dover, a small pocket book or wallet tied with trmg, and containing a number ol notes rvc, among Inch are the following: One on Lepolt Kra'z, .Coshocton, " John France, " i " Jnne " " " Kelse. Newcnmerstown, 11 Reni. Cnrr. Portwashincton Maltne, Slasaillon PROCLAMATION. , To the Cluallficd Electors of the State of Ohio. WHEREAS, it is provided, by the 1st section of the Act entitled , un ''Art to provide for the election o f E leotors of Piesident aud Vice President of Ihe United Slates," passed Fehuary 15, 1830. ''That the Govern m uf this Siate, sixty days previous lo the time provided by this Act for the election of Elector of President and Vice President "I Ihe Ur.ited &lat", man, ty rroclamv linn, to be inserted in one of the Newspaper printed in each county in this slate, where any sucn paper i print ed, give notice of the lime nf holding su;h election, and the number ol tleciore nt 'resident "d Vice President there to be chosen. " Therefore, in pursuance of Ihe pruvisipuj i the aforementioned Act, 1. THOMAS W. BARTLEY. Governor of the Slate of Obio, do hereby notify and require the qualified Elec tor's of ill's Stale, to assemble in Iheir respective Town ships, at Ino usual place designed for holding election on ihe FIRST FKIDAY, being the FIRST DAY OF 30.09 ; 40,00 14,00 17.00 6,00 ' 6.00 Balance on oidur on John Black, Canton, 1 ' S.25 The note are moitlv drawn payable lo the subscriber and will be of nn use la any one tlsa as I have stopped their payment. Any person who may have found said Book and will reluru it to me shall be handsomely re wnrdeJ. FREDERICK CttETKtt. Canal Dover, August 28, 1844. ' 33 II MASTER S SALE.-In ChanctrtJ Geo. VV. Chapman t T Y virtue of an "rder of Ihe ts. OJUourt ol Lnmmon rieas oi VVilliaaa 1-ewn. et als. Tuscarawas County. "Ohio, made in this cause. Juno term 1844, I shall offer for Inle at the door of the Court house, in said county, nn the 30 1 h day of August, 1844, at one o clock P. M.the Icillowtng real estate, to wit: lots I'.ieven and iweivej in the brat quarter ol the tenth township and Ural ranga, U. S. Military, in laid county, containing 200 acres, more or less. B M. ATUEKTON, Muster Commissioner in Chancery. July 24ih 1744.-29 5w. ' Honest John Dnvi ihrowing up hi hat and giving NOVEMBER 1NKX 1 . and llieu and there proceed to l burnt Washington, and : lect l WISNly 'ItlKtb Electors ol l'residoiit anil three cheers when Ilia British then receiving tho next highest whig vote fur Vito Pre atdent, theIssue. Pork and dollars against roast coons and paper money. INCREASING SLAVERY. Admitting Texas which is already a slave country, Clay's own state heading him at hi very door sill I into ihe Union and by to doing making free Ptue of jprTo day Ewing'.the scrip speculator tries to wake up 'Ihe whig of Tuscarawas with, a speech. Can ne do it, not uoonsry IS ooiow par everywuem, ine whoic country , is cows lor rout and Lianas, ana inoutii h.w injmoy talk half a day his coon hearers will go home -.tit, t..u. li.a.1. ilAsntirino AniintAnancAB unit in - Willi IIBD IIU.1 . i auu ww-c- B ... " iTieirdreemsbefrighinnerl by thatuniversul scream lhatii now geini up ftr Damooracy human right and human liberty. Down wilh cooneryl ' A TUSCARAWAS DEMOCRAT In the list of members elected to the Indiana Leg" t .t. - .e r.n... Jnm.,n.., ISiniUrO, we sea IHO nsu'V u uur viu louuvr ueuivbim . Jaat Uelwig of Tuscarawas, Mr. Helwig was a lung time a resident of this noun Only think of that Democrats of Ohio, and ihen re solve to go and do likewise. Gain in ihe same proportion in the votes givon, and Ohio, will swell Ihe chorus of democratia victories and tremendous shoul, Let the'. World ORGANIZE Ihen go forth. Let overv man know hi neighbor, let every neighbor know his man. j Let organizatio i be the first political word in the morning and the last at night. Let nothing be left to hope, ex pectation or CHANCE, but tee that it is done your self. Never did republican liberty call mors loudly on every man to do hi duly,' and ne?r wore the pros pects of succes mora cheering! Statesman. SHALL WE FOLLOW THE EXAMPLES OF ENGLAND. Henry Clay in a speoch delivered in Georgia said. lam in favor of a V '. Si Bank. England and all na tions set us the example." So does England set us an ex ample of a Kingly Government, Bit shall we follow their kir.gly examples. Tlisf is the question to ne derid ed at the poll. Henry Cay says he will follow British examples. Will the people Jotfotohiml nut ifthoy love pberiy. BIRDS OF A FEATHER Tho whig papor and orators hare lakes a fresh stait on the Tsxaj question. Tho British'paper and orators are in the same category. Both deeply inlorosled in the welfare of Iho United Blates, of coursel Mexican maney paid the National Intelligencer who pay tl.e balance! or do ihey labor gratia, from a congeniality of feeling? Statesmen r . -J FEDERAL SPITE AT HICKORY POLES. Hessri. Edits rs Some coons of Dover . have ben venting tlielr spleen on the tall young Hickory which we Marvland, Virginia and Kentucky. slavery say Ihe coons. That's increasing tins oraie. v tjr-was una n candidate for sheriff and beaten by pipe- rai(ied )0re a Wflefc g0 by cutin), QM ,fif )6 faying,.. 10 movea 10 uiurani hum roar agu hst fall elected to the Legislature, and is again return . turned by a triumphant majority. . a nu v I i r.v ix . i vsn i iiiu- ' ':. ' That a whig workman helped lb raise jhe Hickory tree at Dover. Who firged Thomas JefTersou's nstncl who charged Eztkiel Polk a patriot of the revolution wilh lieingatory. Who peddled cofl'm hand bill against he patriot Jackson! why the same man who told the he ahout the jlori ju Utckory lice at Djv. rope. The miscreant who perpetrated tin act i well known and if he doe not look sharp will b exposed and punished according lo his deserts. ' , ' ;' ' DbVER. GONE, .; j,,,, .r Thai British flag that wa railed on a Clay pole in New Philaddlphia.. Even I In whijj of "Tuscarawas could nol sail under Brilish Colors, tor on of the oenl nil committee got a broad ' axe and tut down flag1 pole and all. Ol) door. ' " ' ' l'1 ' ' "" ' ; Prottction to LABOR. Passir.g a Bankrupt law and thereby swindling tho laboring classes out nf four hun dred millions of dollars of their honest duo. ' Protecting the purity of the BALLOT BOX. Tho whnlujiiniversal coon leaders goiiig against Dr. Duncans Bill to prevent pipe laying. COON LOVE FOR FOREIGNERS. Senator Archer (Clay's righl hand man) and tho fed eral leader trying lo pas a law to prevent foreigners from voting Until they have beert hcie 21 year. That's coon love for fuioignera, CONSISTENCY. ' The defendants of ihe lories of the Revolution char ging James K., Polk's grandfather with beings tsry, when history record him as being an ofDcer fighting the battles uf his country during the revolution. MORALITY OF THE 19TH CENTURY. '' Mounting a blackleg a 'straddle of a Proshytorian preacher and trying to ride Ihim into tho Presidential chair. ' BANK REFORMERS, , ' Samuel Stukeley and Hiram Griswold each a Prosi dent of a swindling Bank are slumping it over the State for Mordecai Bart'ey and sound Banks! O, my country I' ' . RELIEVING THE PEOPLE. . Voting ts pay tho heirs of ihe tiaitor Hull paying tho Mansaehusetl! Militia who refused to turn uut id Ihe last War. Giving 25,000 of the people's mm ey to a rich widow, and 2.000 to ihe heirs of spooney Ogle. That Thais the1 way coonery retcvel the people; M , . w Jtffersonian Democratic Whigs. Those bae rasca's who forge tho name uf Thos. Jc(furunvu lying loner's written by a coffin hand bill pedlur. , , , ., . ':-" VALOROUS FREEMEN Those who dennunc the annexation nf Texas for fear it would insult England, and stand will! their arms lolled white Brilish uffifcr are urging nn Ilia Mr X 'can Brigands by thousands to butcher American citizen in Texas.- Valorous fiuiiBcti, aiu't they. .. .. f. Vice President of ihe United States, in puisuance of the Constitution and Laws ef the United States and of ilils Slate. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I, Thom as W Bartlet, Governor of the State of Ohio, have hereunto subscribed mv name, and caused the GhF.at Skal of the Slate In be affixed, at Columbus, this nineteenth day of August, in Ihe yeai of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fnrly four, and in the sixty ninth year ol tho.ludepen once uf the Uniied Stales of America. THOMAS W BARTLEY. By the Governnr: ... - Cl H.tTr-T t ATT r11T A 1 . O.IIVIUCJU UiltiljU VVil I. AugnstSO, 1844. " S3 t o Secretary of State REPRINT ' or CHAMBERS' EDINiBURCll JOURNAL. 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And in order to die. seminnte tho puhlicrtmn slill more oxtensively, we havi ilctermined lo give individual or compnnie ol mdivid unls who may order fee copies the adAuntage pusses sed by ngnnts, and to extend In them bIho the benefit o Ihe discount. A romitratice nh five dollar, ihen pro vided il bo in funds al par in ihe city of Now York. rt not morolhaii live tier cent, discount will command t annual nonius. Tho publication is weekly, contains contain nijhl pagns and is priirted in the quarto form. wilh nodi type and on good paper. It i scarcely neces sary! lo slate Ilia. I lie low price, at which wo oiler th work, will oblige us 10 arinere to the cash system with out any deviation whatever. Editors lliroiishuut the counlry interline Ibis prosnei tua four successive week, and sending a copy conlnin nig it tollie Aihinn umce, will be entitled lo a free co py for on year, , James Brown, vs, John Brown, '' ,etal.V NOTICE. . Suit pending, in the Court of Com mon Picas, in Uhahccry ol the County of Tuscarawas, and Slate of Ohio. NOTICE is hereby given' to Ihe Defendants that de positions will be taken in this cause, by the com plainant at ihe office of Seymour Bcldcn, in ibe town of New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas County and Slate of Uhio, on the win nay oi August next, Deureen me notire of 8 o'clock A. M. and C o'clock, P. M. ' -" CUMMINS & CAMP, August 7, A. D. 1814. 29 3 1 SoVs for Cwhpl'l' VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE THE subscriber wishes to dispose of hi farm situa ted about a mile from New Philadelphia, ant! ths ame distance from Dover, on the roid leading Irons New Philadelphia lo the Canton fording, containing 210 ACRES GOOD LAND. - 90 acres of wiiici is cleared. On tho pretoise is a good frame huUso, barn and stable, Orchard of good fruit, o acre lirsl rule, meadow land, wen watered wilh Rcvor failing spring. .The land is well limbered. For terms apply to HAMUr.L. 1 HIISIAS. New Philadelphia, Aug. 1, 1844,, , , 29 (1w SADDLERY. -CHEAPER THAN EVER. r ANDREW REED. f TTOULD; respectfully inform fit old customers and VV the public dial lliey have commenced the above Uusineb in Iho lown nt . , NEW PHILADELPHIA, ', ' ; in H. Ksotk's brick buildine (anmo as occupied bv Albert and c) next lo Morris comer, where he will keep constantly un kaod all the different arliules In his lir e, such as, men and women' saddles, carrlnge, dear borne, buggy, boat and stage harness, all of whit-It will be made of Ihe best material and iu Ihe most sub . stantial manner. . New Phila'da. August 21, 1844. 32 ly ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Jacob Haul, ITVTOIlCti is hereby given I hat vs. on Iho .ilst day nl Jul v. A JohnSuiscr. )DI841, from lbs Clerk' Ollir y. " of Ihe Court nf Common pleai of Tus'carawiis County, , ii io, UhurA an ntlach- ment at the inlanco of Jacob llut, ana'nst ihe lands leiHmilt. eond,- rhallel. rights, i rcdils, moiiie and t'fTni'.ls' uf John Sniser, an ubscciiiling debtor, fur Ihe sum of one hunditid tlollitra. . ;, i ,. C. 11. .MlTCHENF.R, CI k. Aiigitsl.12. lf?4 . ; CW ( e..-jLL..' ." . ' .'lli-.li '"j'-' MARUIEU. On 'Thursday August 15, 1814. hy Thomas Moore lq , Mil. IIakiiihin Ruit.tjoK lu Mi.-s UlULitA IIoVhn, of Clay lowtiship. ' V -v REDEMPTION NOTICE IVollce Isherehy given that St Ihe next term of Ihe Court of ftoulrion Tleaa of Tuscarawa Ceunty Ohio; appllcatlou will lie nta4e loBald Court, by Mary Beaton and Lucy Pealon. minor hclro(Anlrew Beaton, for Hie redemption ef Hie fol lowing tract of land sold to William II. Iloore by the Treasu rer of n Id County, for dcliniuent taxes, oa the 8?lh day of December 1841-taxed ititlieHSinaof Andrew Beaton, ,10 Kit. ran of th West half of Lot 8. In Hie 2nd quarter of Hie eightli township in the first range in said toauly; Original Cjuanty twenty-eight acres, whole sold. The depeaite required by law harrliean made wilh Ihe Clerk ofsaid Court. , . UOWF.R fBATON. Giiaftlian, Or Mary and Lucy Beaton. " Baled Augttsl 5. 1844. 29 SWT' ' ' . AIJn1st1iATOR'8 NOTICE. A" Notice is hereby given that ihe snfecriber has been apjiviiUed Adtiiiiiisirntrilt ef ih Estate of John Barber flereasea. aii tinise indetnea to eaiceaiate are reqnes- teu to seme up within tue lime prrscriBea tylaw, anoT those having claims against jt will presentthem duly authenticated, . . ,;LUClNDA BARBER, Ann "1 tK.ll . ' ' - " ' . N-w Yi No ik.Ancuat 23.. Flour fl'ifi. v.. NowcPI. IfilolHbi i. August 29, yte at lis. Canal Dover, Atijri,t2!J, Wiiiiil.L tv ''.