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- DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.
FOR PRESIDENT, ..' . JAMES Ej POLlCj . . . OP TKNNES8EB.. . . - FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE M. DALLAS, .OF PENNSYLVANIA. , ElECTORAIa' TICKET.' . .,.' . ltlUTOUl. , . '' Joseph II. Tyarwill, of Wayne UowlyUutr.bf Cleraioal, ;. i CbaiaatssiesAi. '- ' 1st District Qlsytoaj Wtbh, f Hrfu.itton, , Sd do if Jnraes IT, Dortey, of Darke. ' ... 3d do '. K. D. Forsnian, of Greens, 4ib do John Tsytof of Champaign', 6tb do Dovid tflln orLucos. ' th do Gilbert Beach of VVootfV 7th do Job'o IX White of Brown. , , , 8th do TliomatMegrndy of Bom, " 9th d ateMlnrKeffer of Pica way, 10th dor Jama Patter of Licking. . . ltth do : ' 6'reovttle P. Cher ry, of Martca. " 12lh dq " George Corwlnt of Scioto, 13th do. ' Caotloo C. Coey of Morgan . 14th dq . haoo M. Lannln;, nfCTwemny, J 5th d '. Witter Jumleron of Harrises,. n , 16tK do Bebtin Bnlimrd.of TuwarawM, - 17th do, . Jam Forbes sr. ofCarrell; . lltb do - Neat McCoy, of Wayne, 13th do . Milo Sto.ie of 8umolt, , , 90th do Benjamin Arianis of UiSe, Slat do 8teplieo N. Barnt.of Merlin. THE PEMOCRAT NEW PTTTT. A,TELPin A, OHIO. THURSDAY OCTOBER, 3, lf$44. Democratic JJomlnatotig, . ELE CTIOIC 8th PAT OV OCT OB E R. FOR GOVERNOR OF OPIIO, ' ; PAVTD TOD, of -Trumbull Co ' , . For Congress. ----- j john d; cummins. , ; For Representative. ' RICHARD HEWITT, of Salim, For Auditor. ' - 'iji.lt .-. BRICE BLAIR, of Washington tijwiibhip. For Commissioner. ' , LEWIS CONWELL, of Rush. For Coroner. .; JOHN' SHANK, of Backs Tp: . For Poot House Directors. WILLIAM NEIGHBOR for I year. JOHN BLACK, for 3 years. GEORdEBOGHkR, for3yeaf. . (.iHTIA, Compunication on Astronomy aharl appear aflar the election. . OHCEMGnETO THE BREACH. ,; DemocrV.sl In fopr day you will be called upon to rjecide one of the most, important election that ever took plao irf Ohio." , Are yon all reedy-'Ha fiirjmm of you' thbUnt. td himielf a a eenlinelj upop the watch ower of free dom, determined to aid' by hi ii fliience and' hie vota on The day of election the, sucesk of the Democratic party. IT not; we Mrnestlj; entreat bar friends in every township to arouse themselves to action. 1 here n no time to spare. The Democrats of , other states and' oili er counties are in the field and by their zeal and enihusi- asm are determined to achieve pneipftfhe most glorious victories on Record. And thall She Democrat of Tus carawas by the overconfidenoe-.ir tlothfulness by the loss pf a few ye-tee be left in the bank groun'cP an other year.' No. no. no. .Von can succeed if you will, Then "ontve more to the breach,'" fellow Dem ocrats, and by a long-pull a itrong pull and' s pull all to-gether lift old Tuscarawas out of the federal mire. Remember neat Tuesday. Be early at the Polls t r There is much necessity of being at the poll early on the dsy of election. By doing So, you infuse lifeand activity in the voters-you pur up the lukewsrm-en- courage tr)e.timidr-i!onflrm the doubling and prevent,; fraud rrora b,eing praetited. But more than all, you .. k . ..j --j . l ., ..u i... rum. ana wnu i.a noi ann uiue joe tioaoiBo io seno a,iier inose who are Demnd. w.tn tneir work or sick. Once more democrat Remember this Be early at the Polls. i - J. r ' '. I . r . j . . ... THE IMP0JITA1GE OF OE VOtE, If we could speak in thunder tones then Would we' sound it in the ears nf every democrat of every town- nin La ha inai n.ir m aiitorTa vnta in.t rtA.iinn nn i-..n. day next. Few men ever consider, the, importance' of one vote. It was one vo'e thirt elected the Demoorat ie Governor, in , Massathuselts; t was one vole' that nee elected a Democratic Governor, in Georgia: it was one rote that once saved the state of New York millions r dpllart. ' , And'it was one Vote (hat elected Thomas Jefferson President of the U. States, Remenber that in 1842, 9 more votes would have given Shannon the county. In one 'Towpshrp we know there were ihree timet1 "thsV number staid el f&MSl Remember that the loia.ofone, vote i.i each Township woiiliTbe 'toss of 1 200 in the stare. Go to work Pemncral. V "vj." . ', ',' " OPlie 'County. ,' j -f j. We mutt carry the county r- '. It would bek disgrace to Im Dtrhocra'cy, to let lhe cohort Of federnlitnTgain a trrompV. If ean be i i done. We hive the number. fh, he tiBht'elmenls afe at work to oyertlirowr the enemtf. rfn'ly let each man kekrnughtto the poll. ' Lei every democrat in each township cmttitute himslf a eomm it tee to labor in :he' oajsei EYBry man hat influence.---' Exe'roiae it ' th'SBj and-the day ir pur. Victory will per'oh on our standard, and the Right be maiiiUined tri umpbanif .. : ! ; , , ,.; . , f . , '.-i tio SWAPPIa VOTES; I . Tlii I a foolish grine fur' democrats to practice, ese peoiklfy to In' cbur'f'-uyhere they iJive' dec'tdecl'nis- jotities. .;The federsWtli will no'doft prevail oporvtome of our'paity,to 'swap votet," lhreW.eioting a fed- era) candidate, perhap lhe 'Auditor orj tome otlfer im portant officer. Be we're of -Ihis adulterous' Union. ; If the Ms had no hope of Sric'iin'g rActViittididate, " they w.tuM tint so oblige lhe ilemncrals. Go the who's fig tlri, the ticket the who'dkeT--and' nothing but 111 ticket.' and ourjiW.ory is iimpUM Viiion . ?'e r al ii I ! fa s . ' ' 1-el every domncritt stun linMly lip to the polls.-' and nttst upon fiir py, i.-t every, tlsiiiyv .Ltjt federal bullies, Vhn tltptnpt. Ij.iutere6; wiih a 4eiiiocral' right, U itiiilt to nrletr flie ew if buiftie.,! " ''' GEN; CASS- AT N14W PHILADELPHIA. ALONG WITH A ' Noble son or the empire sf ateaf fecting MEETING Of TWO OLD KOL" DIER3 THREE GREAT SPEEfHES AND UNPARALLELED ENTHUSIASM OF THE 6 M0C.KACY1II GENERAL CASS was here o Silmdoy, nntwith landing the Federal asertion that he wnuld not be So was GANSEVOORT MELVILLE an eloquent orator from New fork .So was 8. METER Eiq, one of the most popular German speaker in Ohio. So was Mr. REYNOLDS of Detroit s Harrison straightotft who has taken the stump for Polk and Dallas so were Democrats from S:ark, Carroll, Harrison Coshocton wd Holmes count s, and so we.e a large number of the sturdy Democrats of old Twcsrawan. Theee were ill hereon Saturday, and we had o'As cf the most enthu siastic meetings eter held in Tuscarawas, notitlistan ding it rained, and blowed and snowed the whole day But we must gd back and bring up a little more in de tiil On Friday evening delegations from Carroll, Har rison and) Holme came in, with their Banners flpng, and shouting fur Polk Dallas, Tod and victory in such away that the coons thought the world was coining to an end. But there was nothing of it. These democrat wore only animated by tint deep and powerful feeling of enthusiasm' that is, sweeping over this wid"e spread Union, in favor of Democracy, and sounding the death knoll of fi deral misrule, federal oppression and federal ty.rany. Eaily .in the night it commenced raining and o continued. The coons went to bed praying that it ; might rain pitchforks and stick fast all these ratcallf Democrats tvlio hsd the audacity to assemble in-public meeting. But ever and. anon-they ware stirt.ed from their dreams by the thundering peal of the wide mouth ed cannon, which told in thunder tone that democrats never mind wind or weather, win n the I iWty of their country is in dsnger. Early in the morning a beauiiful flag with the inscription of Polk and Dallas Oregon aiid" Texas was mi up .(50 feet on our splendid hickory id front ot the Court House. In a short tiuio the tl became entangled and knotted fast' tb the streamer above which bore a simitar inscription and also ihe lone star of Texas, thus, showing a beautiful omen in favor annexation, and illustrative of the; union' of the Demo. oracy Ihrouglioul this vast Republic. The Democracy' came irf from alt directions, and a- boat 10 o'clock Gek., Cass arrived accompanied by Gar'sevoort Melville Eq. of New York' city, and the anxiety manifested toseeaad hear the old soldier and diplomatist and the. popular statesman antf orator we have seldom seen equalled., - The General Was receiver! by the totif long and con tihusd" cheering of the assembled mu'liluda and escorted to the residence of S. Be'den Esq. where he and those with him par took i-f a sumptuous dinner. , In conse quence if the weather it was impossible to assemb'e in the grove ar.was anticipated, and lite Democracy hsd toocuby the C ourt.iheuse and market hoitse, - wtbch were bolh qhickly filled to oveifl'i wing' and many stood Iist'-mng'in the rain. . Gen. Css was iolroduced at. the latter pi ice, where he met Giir. Shake of Dover, one df his (elloW soldier, who'ttrat day 31 year ago along with hundred of true Amejicith patriots crossed into Catmda and attacked Maiden.; The tccidebta' niee.linjft'' tin s'e t o remnants of the last war and on the asniver sary of the very day they had perilled fife and fortune fur their country was truly afTectiug. General Cass pro ceeded with-a' speech of about (Wo hours in length such as has seldom if ever been surpassed I y any spea kers that have Here'tofb'te been here. We shall not at- ttempt ui'give even s synopsis, for We could not do spy", thing like justice to his arguments his fact and thrilling eloquence. His speech weni home to. the hearty pf his hearers and tin deafening cheers thsf, every now arid ihen went up, tbTd tliatth'e .hundred there assembles) were ai determined as ever were tire patriots of, '76 to maintain thoir princi'l'na, liberty,, truth, end equal rights During; ihe speech of Gen. Cass,' Mr, Meyer eddre sed a large' fn'eetthg of Germans st Ihe Court house, ahd the repeated bursts of applause given by hit audi- ence' evinced their full approbation. Mr. Mever, is in experieni.(l coon skinner in the Germsn lsnguage, ,nd his allusi6ns,to thet whigs and their identity with Ihe Native Ameiicanithsir npposii'ron-to foreigner., and . . - . . .rr ... ', -. . . v double :deng' of their leader ay, brought down eUch .peilj of applause as made at least one old don - stumper tremble in hie boots. By the time Mr, M. had finished bir.speecli, Gen. Cass hsd also cnnoluded, and t'te rrowtfcnme together at the Court Hbuse, and for near' 2' hour Were entertained bv an eloaoent and soul stirrlnff-siwach from Mr. Melville. He onenefhi bat tery on the Whig fooleries of 1840-irTeir rrfum esndi. date (hair dishonesty on the Bank question-, and show- eu hat (hey were' still the ' same old ooont, or in other words, tfist o. lase of 4 yearf. instead of re forming them, their sins,, like the number of tjng on their tails, had Increased. Mr M. .took up lhe Texas qoeitiori at the reqoost of his atidienra, tnd: fullowed the t.wisling aniTtufntng of thA coons nn that' subject, and' disposed of all the. argument that could be brought, against it by whiggery in a manner that.made Jhenj lpqk periect.y ripicuious. mr, .Hi ,wa irequenrty appiacuieo enliiusisstically, sljid continued Kis 'remarks at the re peated solieitatton or hit audience, some time alter, bt own comfort ahd eonveeienc would have admonished hip to elnse. He informed them, thai he was jo'st rs lurning from a visit to the Illuslrious' f?age of ttia'He- mitage-uihe venerable Asdkkw Jacxsom thtt he had taken the CIJ Hero by the hand, Slid spent several days with' him-that' the old man had exprewed fiatikly to him his full belief in till, uccetrpT'he Democralfo par ty, and ihe lastand dearest, hope in his life was to aid in thai tridiriati and ee it consummation. ( He deaeribed the Old'ehieftain as bejng"yery feeble In boriy, though his mind still appears as when in, stllhe vigor of nton. hood, ke bid-defiance U the Ikit'niv at New Orleins, an(rtaved tthat'cUy ,frim being plundered' by. a lawless so diery. - v - lie told bis hearers something about lhe Empire Bfate rqf the unanimity iheter-lhtt lby weire determined to beat the eneTry.' and would do tp to the; tune of 25.609 majority. Mr, Melville eonclildoriamii deafening cheers. As evening "was approaching, the meeting dispersed, showing by their number andenlhusiasrja lirat theya.ro determined to oonq'ier, and pledging -to tone another re- fnewsd exertion id Iho vflotloua cause of Dainocracy, rtri'tr vtinrt aadtt pdh co.csa. ..j ' r. : . . . On our first page we give glorious news fiotn ,Kew York' to enoourtge our' fellow democrat nn Jo victory, IVt it.ihinn'lltr. Melv.l a. : the' ehiniient New York bra- ,.. , --- ,; , - tor in ths Court Ilouse on Saturday said In was ao 4inrized by the demneracy of the empire state to eJg Fher to the democrats of Ohio, as' good for 20.000 demo nrattb msioniy. ' Thar was llie piiwign, but In Ins or111 $ n ibe'miij'ffliy woUlil' reach 30,fl0t). A '.t 2 t ' A It From this time till (he ballot box. is eloiu-d on . Tu:s. I day nexV ACTION ahoirlr be the motlo of every true friend f the Danibersite ratisef '" " ' j ONLY FOUR DAYS REMAIN? Let ihem he "'put in" to advaniegi ! Lei the town ship uouimittees go to work! Let the democratic voiemj of every school district be visited Let. the trail f the whig minion! ies be followed upf. Let their lies be exposed fat their fraud be deteclidl - . einocrats! Victory i our if we but RESOLVE to achieve r The da IS OCR'S if we are true to our connti-y and our principles. . Let EVERY MAN put hi shoulder to the wheel. Let every democratic vote in the cuuniv be polled! This and nohip g short cf this, is the dnty of republican freemen in a crisis like the pre senll DEMOCRATS TO THE BREA CHI "Come as the, rivets Jo, ocean ward goinp;' "Cume ss (he. Inezes do, over us blowing; 'If you've whispered ilerhocrscy", whisper no lon- er- . . . "speatt as the tempest doer, ttfbrner and slron- ' r?V' : .. . ' , . " . 'Por.x, Dallas, and Tod Demnc acy fore veil "Truce with obi Claf, neveil, oh, neveil" Patriot. LOOK AT. YOUR TICKETS. Every democrat should look at hi ticket see that all ill names ra spelled ciwreo'.ly: and- that It is the tick etthe who e ticket, and nothint but the tn ketl Spurious tickets! ( VVe would not he surprised it the federalists had spurious tickets in (he field, to Impose, upon dem'ociais, in esse they are not watched. : Let every democrat look well to his ticket, and if lie have d"Ults nbouf its genu ineness, call upnn tome true friend of the cause? Ke member that a fair election is all that is needed to secure a democratic victory. t . . . . , " ' ' FEDERAL REPORTS on the Eve of the ELEC- TIOX. tVe. have not ih lent doubt that' the federalists will circulate some foolish reporton the exe nl the election, cslculated to shake Ihe confidence of the demneracy -in their candidates, ft is'nnw hinted that llie feds are g -ir.g to start s report a few days, before the election that TOD IS DEAD. But be'ieve none ol their lying ste nts. Let us io Tod DEAD OK ALIVE, althebal- lut box; in spits of federal -scheming. Irishmen. . . t : . - . , ,. i Are yon ready for the struggle on the 8ihf 1 f not be up and a doing! Do you- wish, senewal of.the acts ' which have recently disgraced rhiladelphiaj the acts of .L- L- r j'.'l L!-L - J .1. . A , l iuo same leoorai party Sedition ltwa in ou ak for an extern 2) years, according ator Archer and lit partyT If so, vote ij.r the federal- is's. But or the other hand, if you desire In enjoy the rijH( of suffrage a b exists now; . if you desiie etjoy political and religious freedi(Ti, jo'-n hond.s with demor rcj ; and show by vour votet your regard for demo erallc principles ' ' rnyaiisf - t . ! Are you up and doing? We lrul so The present is tn eventful period in lite history of this Repul 1 c. All along your rights hate boen protected by denSocratib lef- i islgtion; and jfotir privileges, frepmnn maintained ty dtwtocratic men. , The federalists, on lhe ruber bind are your sworrt' enr-mte's. To-day they tfill" flitter you for your vole, and profest love and kindnes; tn. morrow', when ih'eVectinn hi over, you are denounceoV; - wn.cn epivoveo ...OAtien ana puoi cuun.ry, . .ong .rgumenia- fpal.nf ginkln-,he balance of the ticket wfth such a miH the limn nf the elilor Adam1 Do live pamphlet tpiinsl Ihe onriezanon of Texttsi tract -j,i..tj :..j' . u.:. i,; .i A' f t. . i , . - . " auiup-iuuuic uuHaiuviuui opnv hum mo ion ol trie nauiraiiziMotv .law to lakina ereeisely Mr. CJav's hi si nosition on lhal . . , - Mt r . i ,. i ' r i JU3UWII nuuH.v. tic was-ucui ,iai year iicjtr.iuw ?w, . K'-frP'T"" --a " j, inar trwenya oei eetwrr tof- lanada. the vr State. 4 .j sn k. .i,.h-J .tku f--..: ttr ' as the "d d black dutth.":. In Lnuiaville; ynur breth Wili the Rochester democrat be good dnongh to as ren;were shamefully driven from the poll and beaten, erlnin and inform thspubllo whelBsir the Iract sent on for no other erime.but attempting to exercie the tights, t0 that city fifany ire not Britiah. free trade tracts - of Amesicsnxitizens; oy tn ledarai rotvnics employed for that purpose; and would it then be just and right for you to ropay.lhern for fhirbusjnes by youe vote in suppoN of their principle!, ,t It. would notl lien en list under the bsnner of equal- rights, to a man, rai'e the shout of De Kalb and universal Liberty, march to the polls tinder the conquering Etgle of Democracy, and the TRIUMPH it y bufsl ' . ; . ... . Ammran (.ruun. SKIN THE OLD DECEIVING COp Mr. Everhard the cooe candidite for Auditor is wri- ting letters to democrats representing himself to some st a democrat to others a a ; no-party man snu to ethers as a very poor man, ' By this kind of deception he got enough democrat votes in 1842 to elect hioi af ter betraying his own party. So far from being-a demo crat be la' one of Ihe mbst unscrupulous federalists who stop at nothing to injure the Democratic party when hit bread and butter.it not in dinger. ' To show his "no r parjyisrn -in 1840 after; ;. Hvronjt election it is said he deelaaed that ".the loco fooos wore in jail at last, snd that we f meaning himself and the federalists) .would keep there (here tlious and years." A to hit poverty, he he been in lhe County. 8 year, 7 years of which h has been In office, and leceivedTdurihg rthat time some 4,000. dollars of the peoples money;- If poor new be ean't blame the people , . -,. . . -. ,, '".The oelr thing' he ever didi for snt- democrat we have in t 'ebarge . brought against him by tome whig that in 1848 he svfopped off Corwjn for vole for him self that itttn gat whig to vote forShannoo orr', enndi tton that democrats would vole for him. The vole rath er prqvei it; the ofiicia I- .Vote show that Gorwia only got 8 majority. while 'Eyethard bad 60. lie mty prac lice the same game this yesr, and swap tiff old Baitley er Dr.-Bennett, andibut defeat them, bet then be would elect himscjfc So;. look-out democrhlsA Skin the old toorYi and ynn . jionest wiiigt who bate derepiloo vote for Bnce utair the upright, (trsightforward honest fsrmer of Wbjnjrton Tow.nship..r: '. - , oiiio safe ron tod jlhd . t viotoiiy; -v ' General' Csss last salnrdny :a'ed . Ihrvi hul . travels thrnnzh the state snd the- Union enabled Ii im to tae thai Ohio was sate for Tod, by,hpusaod if the demo ecrat H turned out)- This hesttdnri' as certain. Push on Ihe column 'fellow Demporalf'and everyone ofn eome up to the pollton ihoSifc."- - ; , )' " TAKE VOU2k JPAPEHS AXOITC; We advise every adopted citizen telake -wnh him la the poll his popart of Na,iiraliatiue. lu these dnyi of Native American wlnisry uu know , nt-t what ri;ks j nprressjoit njay be tltemplcd Ado,l".d , i itvlit Reinauibw this. " 1 ' ' ' r - T2TC TEST-HEAD -PONDEH AX7B AKSTSrxn AT TUB BALLOT . -BOX.' ; " The old fmlralist wr allied to the B -irtsli Gov eminent, ami took it fur a otodul, so 4o the whig lea iait of ih Ay. ,,'. . ., ,- ' The old MrVt eontended for strong Govern inoni, ami diihehaved in the capacity of the people for mf Uovmimiint, so do llie whig leaders of tliis any. . ' ' :' " ' The S reilerilist rontended t tn N -lions! Bank hfter the fuliion of die Bank of EnglmJ, so do lite whig li-adnr ofihi dty. " '' v Tiie old ji-fleralratu fuvored rfyi assumption state dabls distrihuiinn and I Niiionsl debt. oV the Sj do the whig, leader of ihis dty. ' " ' ' J: 'J The old federalist! increased the peoples taxes, and let on they were protecting them. Sj have the whig lea ders of this day. ' - " . The old federalist's increased the tnihlic expenditures, end the paSlic ttbr, aterhsving promised to retrench and Refurm.' So hate the whigs leaders ol this day. . The.oid fedetalist' passed a Djt::rniit Law In enable swindlers to cheat honest men. 8u have the whigs of this dav. .; ;' ' ' '.";" . The old federalists employed a standing army to o- vr.rawe the people and keep them I'mm exercis:ng the right of f eerricrr. So have die wliig . lenders ol Rhode flsand who have been upheld by the whig leaders of til Union. ' ' ' " ! .' : ' 1 . ! in. o,a teoers.,.,. nru.i .reemen into ,n. oungeon - ,". o I "O " B -- 1 Rhode I sand and the Uuioir. J '. .The old federalists treated the Declarati.niof lode- pendence a so mnch waste paper. ' ' !: . - '- The whig , leader, of Rhode Mand have sentenced Gov. Dorr to ihe dungeon for life, for upholding the principle of the Declaration of IndepsndwceV ahd Mordecai Baitley and the whig presses say "ht is just 3utt " re for - uhtrt he ought to iie." The old federalists passed an alion lawlo deprive I e'gn burn citizens from the right nf voting till they had I served an' apprnticejliip of 14 vears. The whig lead- ers propose another extending the time to 21 year and m prevent all adopted citizens from ever holding of fice. . , ' ' ; The old federalists for advqeating surh unholy . aud snti Republican doctrines were driven frnrii powei in 1800 by the ' united voice or an indignant peo- pie. . , ,;. it. ; ' Will not ttieir prototypes and followers share the same fa' in 18441 Answer that, question at the day. , Ballot next Tues- EOOT ON THE feXOHT LEG BRITISH: GOLD We were confident that theory of "British Gold," on the part of the whig press was but a ruse, by- which they expected to escape deteotion, and the following ar ticle, from the Albany Argus, goes to confirm our o- pininn. "it is rumored that the first "free trade tract sent Texas and EngUi.d to boot, that all should rema in-1 dependent f each . tlier; and that Txas should be at I liherty to catry on a free trade with England'if she think fit.-. , . , . ' .! . ... I . The next tract is said to be an argument in favor of as their candidate for fjongress. it matters no,wno tl,e diren assumption ofth. tii... debt. , which MrCfay ,hey nominated, he's got to be skinned any how. , iifdfrecily favors as s measure eminently cah ulated to , . , DRiVEN TO 0ESPERATJON.-. -v ' '."; promo's freedom; in the contraction of debt and at A Cooti leader ih,' New York, has concocted a story '. the same lime put money into the pockets ol the foreign that Col; Pjolk, has.slaves with the; initiala, '"J. K. P.' -bod-hoMert., , , , , branded on theiti arms. iTbe whole thing :has already , Tlie next tract it is said, is to be agairtst lhe termina- been, proven a fraud and forgery. . Butiit 8how'hbw( tmn of the co-parinerahip witti P real Britain In Ihe oe- desperate these federalists are. " Never! mind. Go Ur' cupation of Oregon a poaitio.i. which the whigs in con- (,e polls next Tuesday , and by voting the whole Demo gfeis assented snd persisted in, against the utmost off- cratic .ticket put the seal of condemnation on theiMore- oris of the democrats to get through a nolioe to the Brilish to quit, gainst the annoxafioo of Texas with the ibiprint of the publiaher and al about it. DAVE TOD, THE MECHANICS FRIEND. iTod is emphatically lhe. friend of the Mechanic Some years since when. in the Senate of Ohio, he used every effort to have the odious Penitentiary tyttem re modeled. Hedeolared that it wastyrsnieal and nppret W in its nature, acd that justice to the mecbaiiict da- . J..t :.. r . , ,, u , .n , . ,j . " .... ..iu.uo. ..muBv, roiuss o pieugs nimteit 10 support the cause of lhe Mechanics, if eleoied; Ddvelfor business. Apply te Tod distinctly declares, that whether elected, or- not, that he will use every exettion te secure the right of Ihe Mechanics, against this infamous monopoly, j. . ". . Where is (he Mechanic,, who is so; blind to hit own interest,' st not lo support Todi The Mschanics are opposed by lhe ennvirt labor, Tod proposes to reform the system, and. have full justice done te mechanic labor. Which, will. the mechanic chnnyet Barlley and lhe Penitentiary monopoly tr TOD' and nn ... ; D.AV1D A. STARK-WEATHER Scribe Advocate copies an article from tbe Canton Repository, in which Mri StarkweBtljer'is repfeseated as having, committed a .fraud upon his audience at Pa ris tark C by reading ari e tract from what purported to-be a Wnig paper, wbicli extract was cut -out of a Democratic jiaper and "ingeniously pasted into a whig paper;, Mr. S. has1 authorized us to say that it is abso lutely' false, which he aflerwarda proved in another meeting at tbe same place. ; This yam would not need con tradiction where he resides. . ' ' . ' SMALL. POTATpES-. ',..'..,, We are told tha,t aoe of the email fry of coonery got up a chalienge to one of the groggerlrs o! town, and sent K'bjsoffle one to give to GtKi CAr Bm took "care not toMet if blsMnnmU some time afler the Gen. and. Mr. uti'ui.-u,. wk.. , ,m. At. Melville had left town. ...What iasanityl . But this do lay was, not necessary for they certainly could not h a ve supposed that either 01 those gentlemen would kill time by debating with tbcm.:i ;'.' :. ; WHIG MEETING ''l The coon's had. a meeting last night st ,the Court, House and wfcre addrtoWby Fartnw GriswoliofCan. ton Bank memory. The ceremonies were opened -by music and a "song from tbe Band," in which, the spir of '4P (i. t. the cider) was mhsjng, we did not Jieaf . the 8p3chiburare..Iriforme1d It was weil.'fTlled with"' whig slang and abuse of .he Democracy ahd their candi date;. Poor coon their time is short, v-.-, .' - i ' -I, - k KTYou may re-ii upou it as the coon leader said when telling their followers that Gen. Cass would , be at Ntw Phiradelplfia. ! ;. ;' 'il.L'' ' ' J . From rise Trumbull Democrat f . Such' were the last wofus ol the iramdrfa! trposti . LfWrty on the mbraing bf thaf consecrated day, the 4thi ol July; -1826. ." Such were 0 last Words bCTH OMA? '" JEFFERSON, ai hti ytt a-waited fa halt unconscious-:, -ness, the brightness of the MliitArf afinlversa ry bf his nit lions iddepeDdencewheri his' tp'frU 'ftist lir(;etlrig'arii bovering over the confines of lime.'Teyereid to the early, od eventful da y of our Revolution, - i i ' 'WARN THE CpMMITTEES!,,rfng;hg' frlitrf, his couch of death woulifhe teictaitri," while more ibVrr ' mortal energy tit up his expiring orbs. In the days of theReTototfon,'wheBiahy"unforseen difficulty tniiniifeVs tied itself---whe'n flfsasteT wds UetoWentd or Hi lUHdOoua; jtwniaefa of the enemy were selected, Uk'CommUteejf were looked to and were warned by the 'sturdy patriot ism of the timel tibe on the alert and to guard agains the suspected danger. ' ' -' .. , Did the jSrotphetic eye of tbe Moolicello sage at The time refcrred lo, perceive .he daggers which jp .'l dii, ranee were threatening the liberties of hisoubtiy? Did. v he theti see the present tambrnalioii of aristctcraty in. weaHhaide4andi6p'i'lt tip by foreign enemies ,'arrayeil; and led' for one great desrierate struggle against the lib-, . ertiesofour country, by reckless politicians andi reBe-, . gades from the principles he had professed arid taught . If an -ih'pn w mis lit he -.LjTined ill bis last Words to' bis country, "WARi TtrE COIrfMltTEL".' i'' j': ; This note of caution so necessary in the eventful pe-,. riod ol our Struggles for Liberty is as necessary at tits for 0( lhe prciplei, )pr hfca; our fathers fought and for the glorious birthright they I tvdAfiAnVYi Meat ' I1 ' . ' An enemy Wirt the field afrajed against' the democ-!' pf eoiintry, 'TheSy fight for the establishment" bt. ' , aDa institattons fioritile and deadly to he i'spt;' yit f our cbnstltution and the principles lor wbicli the' ' , sage4 of iTObared thetr breftstt W the' contest knd' of ihlrh'ihv nledsvd "their lives their fortunes and their which they Wedged "their lives their fortunes and their r ' . ; .1 T ',-.1 --t . r- -:' V 1 sacred honor.'' ' f. . , . '. J 1 Reckless and unprincipled, thie powerful party fear-J ful of the result of the contest so important to them, will leave no means' untried no stone unturned. They have'1 been warned by the'recent" returns of elections thatthejrl. succe watawtfioperetijJITheJf' 'fear tbe result; and; ' " in i the desperation ot their infuriated' struggle Will scrhv pie "ribt to resort to the meanest artifices and the moit base deception. Their spies are abroad thickly strewij'. throughout tie land. Into every hamlet among your" girdlings into every 'vfrlage aid sciieol district, they! , are winding themselves, and there are endeavoring ttt cheat the peoplHinto the support of their jangerous and; peniicious measures. Corruptiqq and intrigue the tndsc dangerous of all enemies to conteridagainst, beSdUic "' because they work in 'darkfiess "and secret, must ber watched, met and foiled in their effoj-to; TT, SAM. DOiJGLASS. ; ( , . i Beingas the Coon Olirjue fizzjed- outwitboihprtftlttg up a man-fbr Congress, the Buzzard brought outSatn,, -Douglass as an indpendent. . This Douglas who is a . blue streaked federalist was bjougltf befpre the coot. clique by the Buzzaideditor, .but they rejected' hto for itehly next Tuesday I his friends .won't .know whether it was a coon. or. skunk they had hold oft '.- . ,;' . P.: S. Since ite'koowwW'ln'r:m''leW' that the coons have nominated Judge 'DeARDORFf oti I heads; TS hereby eiven- that the subscriber ha taken out . X tatter Teslimentary with ' the Will annexed, on I on ibe estate of Philip Suiter fate of Tuscatawas Coun- ty deceased All person indebted to said Estate ai ' hereby notified lo Kittle up within-lhe time prescribed by . law, and thoee having clsims agsirvstsaid estate are re quested to present them duly auiKertticated.- ' -' , - , ISRAEL 8. LAPPIN, v. . i , .? !"..- - Executor, Bept, 30, 1844. 38 4w. V - v -. r : STORE FOR RENT. ' ' -,. 4 Room that ha baeh used as a Dry Goods Store . I .iui.t v.. urnc Qirvwt nBwrrym vvpwvuv iiiw-vit Keys tavern, will 'be' rented. I ixtures Ac. are restJy C. H. MITCH ENER. 'Nee Philadelphia, .Sept. 17, 1844.. BLACKsrjirrn wah'ted , . THE ittbsericer wishes to hire a- good . Jouraymae . , to woik at the Blscksmiihint; busine apply te -HUMPIIE&Y WILLIAMts i : ALSO AN APPRENTICE WANTED. , ; Etrasburg Dth pept..844."-"-- nfonopo-1 V7 HITE FISH, on hand snd for said by. t , - . J - ' REDFIELD & Co. Ulirichsv'ille, September 6, 1844. . .. ; .... . ' ' FLAX. VT ANTED by the Uhriohville September 6, . 1844. subscribers at their .store n '.'I, REDEIELD ifc Co. .. . FfcAX-SKRIi ANTED at our Store ia 0hristlh.. V . REDFIELD Co, ' 8eDtembet 6. 1844 ..-. . .-j - - ' - r i.- GASI1 paid lor OA I S at our Store in UhriclisvUle. ;. , , - REDFIELD d Co September 8, J884J. -.-!..-.. . - COiiiV, KYE Aj UAKLBY, , . "XTT -ANTED by the subseribere a their' store In 'W Uhriohtville. ' ; jrJ-' -: ' ? " '.?f- ' . REDFIELD eVCev-- September 6' 1844 -FI.OUIl .-' .,:- f V all time on hand and for bV ' atUaW -'si - a-.- REDFIELD & Co- fltnMHiU'lf IRi'i. , r 'LIME and PLASTER of P.ri fcr m! by REDFIELD & Co. " September' A,-1844 TTEAVER'S SEEDS- fot sale by ; r . ; wt , .. - ... , - , ftrhnr.i ft ju rv .Vtrichsvil'e, Pepietnher 6. 1644 . ,' ,-.'.i .(...-... WAKK'KTI,. ,-.v-V , -. .,'-. Yok, September 27, Floor 14,.;- - - - - New Philidelphit, Oo.tnSer3.y Wbet Jfcictk' ' Canal Dov, OttoUi, 2, Wheal 6Rws' , . -! mitt