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Settler And Pennon (Newspaper) - September 28, 1844, Smethport, Pennsylvania
For himself in 1849 it is equally easy to describe the effects of this movement intrigue and panic in the whig be Tho fruits of this of extraordinary scene on Boston common Seldom have we seen a Prospect More suddenly darkened and obscured than that of or clays chances in the next election mrs Day the wife of a respectable county Kentucky gave a few Days since to three Infante two boys and one girl Streeter remarks that there is no knowing what a Day May bring Forth amp Pennon 28 1844 or Ati c nominations fou inc silent James k Folk of Tennessee for vice m Dallas of Pennsylvania for governor Fott Congress James Thompson for represent Atiar Rasselas of canal commissioner Joshua of Chester county Poil Coroner Ossiea u Bennett for commissioner Samuel Easty Tor auditor a ii Cory senatorial electors Wilson Mcandless Allegany Asa Dimmock of Susquehanna District electors 1 District George f Lehman Phila 3 i 4 5 to 7 8 9 10 j 1 2 13 14 15 10 17 13 39 20 i h3 Christian Kneass William h Smith John Hill Samuel e Leech Montavy Pamuel Camp Lehigh Jesse Sharp Chester n Vav Sample Lancaster William held enrich Berks Conrad shinier North Anion Stephen baldly Columbia Jonah Brewster Tioga George Scnabel Union n b Eldred Dauphin William n Irvine Adams Jas Woodburn Cumber d Hugh Montgomery Centre Isaac Ankeny Somerset John Mathews Cambria w Patterson Washington Andrew Burke Allegany John Mgill Mercer Christian Myres Clarion Robert Orr Armstrong informed that or the Federal candidate for Congress in his late tour through the District a stomp Tetuo injure judge Thompson with the friends of or g a Irvine by stating Mijat the judge revised and counselled mid assisted him used during the Campaign in which or Irvine was his opponent As to the Best measures to be pursued to promote his election and that to voted for him and not for or Irvine and further that he advised or used of some Twenty or thirty for Eigners who if naturalized would vote for him to what extent he has circulated these unfounded statements in this county we Are unable to Ascer Tain 5 but we Are authorized to say upon Good authority that the whole Story is Falat and that so far from counselling or Rood or wishing his Success Over or Irvine judge Thompson used his influence and gave his vote for the doctor and the it from one end id the Gen last monday evening our Juji Eisens Jed on Opportunity of Sobeiri and hearing this represent us whig principles at Lias court j House those who listened to the re Marks of judge Thompson it few weeks ago will have no difficulty in determining which of the two men they will choose to Sorvo their interests in the Congress of the United states the general did not favor us with a Call but As he rolled by our office towards Coudersport in his elegant Carriage we could not suppress the reflection that this display was intended to attract the few who look upon wealth As the requisite qualifications for office while to contrasted the speech of the Elo quent the talented judicious and unas suming Thompson with that of his aristocratic opponent with his Gold Chain about his neck the representative of wealth instead of the wants of the la Boring people tie democrats of Liberty town ship and Vicinity have made arrange ments for raining a Hickory pole at port Allegany on monday the 7th of october next the committee of arrangements respectfully solicit the Atten dance and cooperation of the democrats around a dinner will be pre pared by Abel Aldrich our court House has been crowded every evening this week with citizens of both parties listening to the political discussions that Havo been car ried on with considerable spirit alternately by tiie democrats and whigs As most of our readers have had an Opportunity of attending these meetings to will not attempt to give a detailed description of their proceedings both parties were fairly represented and the us Hect of the Tariff entirely worn out on tuesday evening or Brown the democratic candidate for representative in a Short Plain and comprehensive manner gave his views on the Lea Ding Points at Issue Between the democrats and whigs the person Nomina Ted by Tho democratic convention for Coroner having resigned the delegates again assembled this week and unanimous nominated Oshea r Bennett for that office or j Darling who now holds the office is the whig candidate published by democratic whig meeting at a meeting of the whig delegates from Tho different townships of Mckoan county held at Tho court House in Smoth port of tuesday evening the september Jonathan Colegrove of Norwich was chosen chairman and Joseph Mann Ceres Secretary tie object of the meeting having been a unfed to be the nomination of candidates to fill the several county offices whereupon the following nominations were unanimously made Viz John Fobes Esq Coroner Jedediah Darling auditor Joseph Mann signed by order of the meeting Jonathan Colegrove chairman Joseph Mann decry a prison the Lexington observer in alluding to the recent destruction by fire of the Penitentiary at Frankfort states that during the conflagration and while the flames were raging All around with great fury the convicts in their cells wore extremely anxious to be brought out under the belief that it was impossible to save Tho building in which they were confined and that their lives were endangered in this they Ware seconded by the ladies of Frankfort who in the feelings of Benevolence and kind Ness Peculiar to their sex appealed to governor Letcher who has the Power to interpose in their behalf the error with his usual promptitude and with that Energy of character which distinguishes him responded that he could not comply with their wishes unless it should become absolutely necessary and under the impression that the build ing might to saved he said that Jie would himself become an inmate mid if it should become necessary for him to come out Ilia prisoners should follow him he accordingly went the building and although snifter ing not a Little from it fleets of the heat the adjoining buildings he remained until the fire was extinguished this he Roic and praiseworthy act of Tho Gover nor was satisfactory to every one and resulted in saving All the convicts Many of whom must otherwise Havo escaped Tannill and Currier tug subscriber announces t the citizens of Kean county that he in dirtying on the above business at Littleton where he is prepared to do All business in his line entrusted to him in a manner that shall be Satis factory he has made Orr nemets with t r robbing of to receive hides intended to be tanned on shares whore they will be received and the her returned to Tho same place a Glare of patronage is solicited e c Olds Littleton sept Solh 1844 Smethport Academy this institution will commence on monday 14th of oct under the superintendence of f a Freeman Esq a gentleman Well qualified to fill the station we have been intimately acquainted with him for years and take a pleasure in recommending him to the Public his amiable qualities cannot fail to secure the approbation who May confide in him As an instructor rates of tuition lain algebra geometry philosophy chemistry English grammar Rise topic arithmetic mental and geography Tho Academy will be thoroughly re pared be fogs the commencement of the term so As to Render it both pleasant and comfortable a Liberal patronage re Quested and expected o j d r Bennett j Cole Orork b c Corwin a h Couy a d Hamlin e Bard trustees Smethport sept 16 1844 2531 Vannata f attorney at Coudersport Pennsyl Vinty f Salt Salt a few barrels Salt for Sale at the settler Pennon office july 10 1344 love lot my accounts and mutes with w 8 Voyiatt for immediate collection j e Niles Smethport oct 27 1b43 48 s u g a lbs Rof Maple sugar wanted on subscriptions Tluck this office for which the mar Ket Price will be paid May 3 1844 pleas attend to this i y notes and counts Are de posited with w s opiate for immediate those in Oresund will Call and it Iodate the same without oblige me to collect every Demund duo me without distinction respectfully w y Smethport Annc 6 1844 Conners United states Type and stereo Type foundry Corner of Nassau and Ann streets Newyork Riili Nuder signed respectfully inform the e old patrons of the Type and stereo Type foundry formerly known us Conners and More recently As Conner cooked and the Public in general that they Are prepared to execute orders for printing types presses chases cases imposing stones Ink frames and every other article necessary to form Complete printing establishments on As favourable terms and of As Rood a Quality any other establishment in the i nixed states the Essl at shia establishment is both in the Myle of face and the material of which it is mide particularly adapted for service printing All kinds of stereotyping furnished to order such newspapers As will copy the above three tires previous to november 1844 will be entitled to pay in Type on making a Bill of four times tie amount of be three Conner pc son Coal of Superior than att Yother place can be dad of the subscriber at his Coal near his House on Bunker his and cheaper than can to bought at any other establishment a Fulqui Ransom Bee wit sergeant die 48ifj dissolution the late firm of Vosburg Brooks is this Day dissolved by Mutual consent the notes and accounts due the firm Aro left with o Vosburg and j d Taylor a Settle ment is requested immediately Obrin Vosburg u j Brooks Smethport june bul Nett at mantra Wake miss Latta Brockway informs the citizens of Synieth port Anil Vicinity that lie a prepared to do All kinds of work in the above line Asauo to Zug Asb mens olotee3 of All descriptions in the Best possible manner she Flitters Herecla that from her experience in nil the Brunch is of the above business together with the promptitude despatch with which she will perform All or to her care Eho will be Able tit give entire satisfaction trimming Sou Bonne is kept on hand Jcj location about half a mile South o the Mills of Gli Ordis Corwin on the Road Cading up i Taloe Creek Keating april29 1844 is hereby Given that or Carph s Church has delivered into my hands All of Hia property in the town of Eldred fur Safe keeping and bring ing Irilua Maui ii for the express purpose of paying his debts As soon As the Means to placed can be made available and he has also Liari Dedato me a memorandum of his debts to be paid which will be attended to As so n a the property can to made ready fur Market without unnecessary Barman Strong Eldred August Lime Lime constantly on hand at my Kiln three and a half Miles South of Williamsville near the Turnpike in any quantities that May be called for from 1 Bushel to 1000 most kinds of country produce Wili be Taf Ceu in payment county orders at Par and Cash in Small quantities John Montgomery Williamsville Reward Nelson Mcarty Hald in custody prisoner the subscriber a tide his escape on tues Daj the 2i july instant any person or persons who will deliver the raid Mcarty to custody or who will secure inthe jail of Mckean county shall receive the above Reward of twelve dollars Horace Fox const Bradford july 6 1344 16tf proclamation by authority of and in compliance with the provisions of the act of the Gen eral Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania entitled an act relating to the elections of this passed the 2d Day of july 1mviu it Bennett High sheriff of the county of Mckean do hereby proclaim of give this Public n Tice to the qualified electors of Mckean county aforesaid Viz that a general election will be held in said county on the second of october nez1 for the election of one Perrin As governor of lie common wealth of Pennsylvania one persons for canal Cje missioner one person to represent the i Jerie Warren Mckean Potter ind Clarion in the House of represent lives of the Congress of be United states one person to represent the counties of Warren and Mckean in he House of resent tires of this Commonwealth one person for Coroner one person for Cora Milioner of the county of Mckean one person for auditor the Del idiot composed of the township of Ceres at the House of p w lewd the District composed of the of Norwich at the House of the District composed of the township of Shippen at the Bouse now occupied by Charles Smith the District composed of the township of Keating at the court House in 8roellt port the Din strict composed of the township of Bradford at the school House it Little Ville near l c the District composed of the township i of Corydon to Oujo in the til i Ligo of Voi Don the District comp cd at Tov Thip of Liberty it Ilie school the i lot com Pond of the of air gent at tie Bonne of Joel Bishop the diet let composed tit the township of Hamilton at the school Home to fit township the District comp died of the town nip of layfaveut1 is the school House Trio House of Joseph Brush the Clr Striet composed of the lond it of Eldgert it the House of James to Jet the Laid a further pursuant of the provisions of said net of Assembly tin also hereby proclaim and give notice that evry person excepting ii tet of the be facet who Lull hold any of Ioa or appoint Merit of profit or Trust under the United slates or of shia state or of any City or in Corno fated District whether a Bommie Sipin de Okater or agent whoa or halt be played under the executive or judiciary deportment of this state or of the United or of pity or pit rated District and also that every Ber of Congress and of the state lure and of select or common of any i Ejvor commissioners of any rated nil frit is by Law incapable of hold or exercising at the aame time the of fice or appointment of judge inspector or clerk any election of Thia that no inspector judge or other officer of any such election shall eligible to any office to be then voted for pursuant to tie provisions contained in the 76th Section of the act first aforesaid the judges of the aforesaid District shall it Spetti defy take charge of the certificate or return of the election of their respective districts and produce them at a meeting of one judge fret bleach District at the court House in on the third Day after the Day of election being for live present year on Friday the Ullh of october next then and there to do and perform the duties required by Law of said Alito that where a judge by sickness or unavoidable Accident is unable to attend said Mee Ting of judges then the certificate or re turn lures did Eliell be Token charge of by one of the inspectors or clerks of the elec Tion of said d Arica who shall do and per form tie a stirs required of said judge Able to attend also that in the 81st Section Ort Sard act it is eucled that that when two or More counties shall compose a District for thu Choice of a member or members of the Senate of this Commonwealth or of the House of representatives of the United states or of this Commonwealth the judges of election in each county having met As aforesaid the Alarka shall make out fair statement of All the votes which aha have been Given at such election within the county for every person voted for As such member or which shall be signed by said judges and attested by the clerks and one of the judges shall take charge of such certificate and Hall produce the earn at a meeting of one judge from each county at such place in such District As appointed by Lav for thai meeting shall be held on the seventh Day after the being for the present year on tuesday the 15th of october at the court House in the Borough of Warren Warren county then and there to do and up perform the required by Law of said judges of the Foresaid congressional District also that in the 61st Sec lion of Bald Aat it is enacted that general and Spe Cial election shall be opened Between the hours of eight and ten in the Forenoon and shall continue without interruption until seven Oclock in the evening when the polls shall be ijav1d u Bennett sheriff of Mckean cupa election Procla Mattox Wuhsu Antoan act of the general Assembly of the Cornomi Mcash of Pennsylvania passed the 29ih Day of a pril 18w entitled an act to reduce the Stai debt Ana to incorporate the Pennsyl Vania canal and rail Road f David k Dennett sheriff of the county of Mckean do hereby Giva notice to the qualified electors of said county that an Opportunity will is afforded them on ills second tuesday october which will be the 8th of said at their in spec Tive places of holding general elections of voting for or against the Sale of the main line of Pennsylvania canal and Railroad us is provided in the Folio wine Section of said Ltd Section so that so much of Thia act As relates to the Sale of certain Public works shall not go into operation unless approved by a majority of the people in the manner following to wit the it at the next general election the qualified of this Commonwealth or As Many of them As Oji Oose to do to shall do polite in the ballot boxes at the usual times and places Law separate endorsed with the word for the Sale of the main line upon them or against the Sale of the main As their May be that these votes shall be counted returned and published in like Man Ner As the votes for canal commissioners Are now provided by Law to Bei and if a of the votes cast at the said Gen Erar erection pursuant to his for the Sale of the main Ben within ten Days after the publication of the votes by the proper the commissioners second Section shall proceed execute this act in manner and form As herein provided but if a maj Unity of the votes cast As aforesaid be against the Sale of the Sale of the main then so much of this act As applied to i lie tale of the main line till do null and the return judges to meet it the court to i use in on Friday the of 1844 Given under my Hind at my office in soviet port the 16h of up Tumbar 1844 11aviur bennb1t by september 16 18u
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