Smethport Forester And Smethport Register in Smethport, Pennsylvania 28 Sep 1833
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Smethport Forester and Smethport Register (Newspaper) - September 28, 1833, Smethport, PennsylvaniaThe writer of the inter Esting sketches of Penn which have recently bean published in the has fallen into a very com Mon error in this place he Calls it Penns Borough. Is the denomination of the Post office Here and is the title by which is recognised in its the hands of the delighted Urchin How Many Are there in your i Andja Little a couple of Young la buried their father who had such an aversion Matrimony that once bore the Naine of Penns Borough derived from the circumstance of its suit baled on pen f Ilanor of Blu its present Naine being considered More appropriate Aifiti More euphonic Al it wac re christened which ceremony was solemnized and confirmed by an act of i editors of newspapers Inay prevent mistakes in the direction of letters intended for this place noticing the above. Muncy Telegraph. False editor of the Ohio Sun has in himself in the estimation of that portion of the tarps of editorial who have Given life Mort gages of their persons by saying that no Man is fit editorial gown in defence of the Union till he a procured himself with a wife. This bait will in would not allow them marry conversing on his character the observed he is dead at last and How we will marry said the youngest y _ m. I am am for a. Rich Hus band and or. I shall be my husband Thold sister said Don lot Lis be so Hasty sin the Choice our husbands let us Harry those " we Sofia the Powers above have Des tined for us our Marria Ges Are registered in heaven s Book i am sorry of that replied the youngest for fat ii off Sid father will tear out for the having this morning observed a ote in the Lycoming chronicle of be 18th instant that my is an Jou Cedias a candidate in he next leave p i Ca Nijol consent run n opposition the regularly Nomina Ted democratic Republican Candida e. prologue on that subject further than o. I Folly that Oyer or Wolf Rte ref by a Bare statement of facts. 1 did writs Mich a letter he a. In it Tiv last at a Tima when peace fam mar Chadwick stating hat he 1 . And peace amongst us enjoyed and duly appreciated sudden a and the of social society were that of fact. No reply if wus the second did tha Smethport Suejit. 25di, 1833. In made. By Lite a clap of Thunder in a Clear governor request or. Crawford ii if Orr sound of discord and or. Chalwick that he ought Wai was heard. What was the cause the governor Cas no Richard Chadwick asserted that he recollection of any such m the third did the governor by Rush or. Cha Dwick with copies were it icly of Chi ipod on the grounds hts. Saturday 1.833. Democratic Republican nomination. Assembly Crawford William Piatt or. Boston police. Wilson is. Brennon. This was an application for a warrant against the defendant for sundry As saults and batteries. The excited of the Par ties crowded up the bar where the following Amia ble colloquy took place be tween them a. You threatened my b. You bit my you struck my you thrashed your you threw a great you gave your father a you threw a plat we regret that the different Aeolion Al claims in Lycoming should so conflict As deprive Potter and m Kean of a representative in the next legis lature but next Wiir late or. Hamlin they could not bring for Ward a candidate More entitled the Suffrages of the people Iii Elrese coun ties ban William peo ple Here have not forgotten that he voluntarily declined re Imirie last fall in opposition the wishes of and Potter and both he and his Riel is used their influence in favor of or. Ham Liri s u a Man of talents and legislative experience doubt will ably represent the interest of the whole District. Gre proc the other candidate is an experienced member and Well known be Friendly the interests of these com Tiesi a d received a letter from governor go Burgh and examine the papers in his office and get copies satisfy the. People in m Kean that he had. Baen misinformed in regard or. he should not have removed him froth la obedience the governors request Richard posted off Harr Isburgh All was anxious expectation for the Realti of his journey. He returned with pre tended genuine copies of communications sent from this county the governor except some that were so bad the governor had not filed them with the rest they Weie so horribly b and he would not Shew Lien jviiv.o., but he would Call for in Legal , on a Agiri Jenft the Wriles they should be furnished. As soon As . Had time make these copies. Yips own House in private couriers were dispatched in All directions the publish the contents and swear if Birds can not be caught with is the Parent of he is a Wise Man who properly exercises it. Have not for gotten the fable of the Fox Tuavi lost his Tail in a trap avoid the jeers of his comrades attempted induce them have theirs also by arguing that the by an in Cumber i use 71 som Preti Dage the body which did not belong the Fox family and that he had dispensed with his purely for the Sake of convenience. He succeeded about As Well As married editors will in Labouring persuade sin Gle ones that halt a dozen i months Are As cheaply fed As one or that a Broom stick is be preferred a composing stick. Liverpool Mercury. D. E. F. G. A i. You smashed the j. I la smash it mate magistrate. Clear out of the court House the whole swarm Polye or i la put every one of you into the House of correction morning Post. Tinker Tom. An honest fellow wears this Cognomen which he fairly earned in the follow ing manner. Coming Home one Marji jag hrs a fasl a pact that Speaks volumes for m Kean and Potter. In the first week in september one year ago Corn potato tops Buck wheat sic. Were killed and much damage done by the Frost in All parts of Bradford and Tioga Sec Eph in of lesion Ahong in Putter and m Kean the most tender vines were not killed by Frost till late in october. Crops were severely injured in All parts of Bradford and Tioga and in Many places entirely destroyed the first week of the present on the Alleghany and Sinamea Honarig no injury has yet been sustained this season by Frost. Crops on the Highlands in these counties arc More or less our Valies Are As free from Frost As any other in the North part of Pennsylvania. On. To emigrants. I have than forty Days no Cessani Liat they wore True copies furnished by the governor. The Obr jct of All this bluster forgery and falsehood was put the merciless inquisition ii us Lulio would not acknowledge the infallibility of Pope but the object was make the people think he was persecuted almost death and have them take pitty on him and Send him the legis nature. In the 17th of August last a Large collection of citizens assembled at the court House in Smethport for the purpose of agreeing upon a suitable candidate for the Assembly and for other purposes. In this collection were Many men who had Given implicit Confidence in the genuine authenticity of the above named copies of letters 1 had not the pretended copies but from the current re port was convinced that base iniquity Lay concealed in the Bottom of the scheme i therefore in my own be half and atthe request of others who were assailed called upon the persons originals were private the fourth did the governor Tell or. Gand Wick that he had communications from men in this m Kean county that Wiro so were not True it would Send their state prison if they were used and that if he or. Chadwick would commence a prosecution tile governor4 furnish testimony for Tion i reply that or. Chadwick Hud a. Minute inspection of All the papers in of can Tion the recent m Kean county appoint ments in the presence of the officers of the state department. That none weco iced and that none Are of the nature i am authorized Fiat that no such conversation took place Bett Tern Anco j _ fifth did the Lovenw Tell Chad Wick Hathe had a letter either from Nathaniel White judge Otto or Tiram Payne stating that sir. Lewd House there any letter addressed o r any other your intimating any thing of the so by whom written 1" i reply 3ovevno never told or so no such letter has been received of Linin or any of his friends As . To the sixth did the governor Tell sir. That Hiram Payne told him that then in crazy and business 1" a negative reply is als Oliv. In the governor was told that Winic had been committed jail for. A contempt of court of of arlntratorsj., and this fact May have been mentioned air. Chadwick a i have just had an interview with the governor upon this subject and from his distinct recollection of the e . Connected replies As Well As my own knowledge of them i have ii hesitation in vouching for their n i cannot avoid the re Petitt off of my b that sir. Chad Wick has Betori. Ted particularly in regard his Ting pretended copies of letters sent the because a renewed application came from him through a gentleman of this no longer ago than yesterday the Secretary s office for copies of the papers they were again refused As be Diness but the Coffee for the Lack which apologized by stating that the Coffee pot leaked. Slop it then How f Why just clap a bit of tallow on the leak girl j Public meeting. Very respectable meeting of the citizens of Jersey Shore was held in the Academy on thursday evening the 12th instant when on a Lawshe Esq. Was appointed presi Dent vice presi Dent and we. Brenizer and or. B. Green secretaries. On motion it was and can safely say that it affords Good facilities for some Large settlements. The water is excellent in the Vallies the soil is dark deep from Stone and easy Bench and Side Hill land is also a . It has fallen my lot expose the malignant and diabolic Al machinations of a Man who has held and esteem of an intelligent and respected Community. Justice myself other highly respect Lyle citizens and the society in. Get feral impels me the duty. I dip Drc and every Sood citizen in this Community must deplore the depravity which the follow encouraging rising you Are at is hop now Are Yon was the question of a country a Little Nephew had a Short time be fore commenced his Edu cation. And do you the school Rny Lii Speed i risk it Are Yon up i class my Little student next the head the head., say you co Rie Deser be son eth buy for that first in a four whole Cedis into who had he Possession of the copies exhibit them in Public if they were genuine copies and let the Public j of if they were base forgeries let the persons implicated have an Opportunity of sex. The Villany. Or Chadwick was consulted and the result was they dare not read the it was asserted and Many were made believe they were genuine and on the same night at the store of or. Hawkins John Chadwick a brother of Richard and who is reputed be a Man of Candor stated in presence of several men that he would be willing take his oath that they were exact had that Confidence in the integrity of his brother. I am now Able prove that these on the ground that they were private is person the govern by a and the office files As official papers. I am respectfully your of t., h. Buehler. Chief Leili. To Hiram Payne the affirmative of questions it is generally know n asserted unqualified Day by or. C., echoed by his if Man doubts it or if or. Denies it As his last resort i pledge myself produce such a multitude of As will convince the Moat ble believer in the immutable moral perfections of or Chadwick. If further comment be subject affords ample room and each i Reader can fi-11 up the Blanks. 1 will pretended copies Are in a moral Point merely add. That if the above does not that this in the nomination conferred by the m Kean county upon their Lellow citizen Richard . To be supported at the com Iii election i is a candidate represent in con Junction with another the unities of Lycoming Potter and m Kean in the next state legislature. That this me tide re Aumend the friends of Richard Clia Dwick Esq. In diff Ernnt parts of Elliis represent votive District the hold Niji of Public for the purpose promoting Hia election. Pc solved that the proceedings of tin s meeting be signed by the. Presi Dent vice president and Sec Delaries i incl published in All the newspapers in Lyro Diug county in this Smethport Roc Bacr and the Tioga Plitnik. A. Lawi lir president. Lining vice pres t., we. Brenzi i. Ii can of View wilful and malicious forge that the statements of or. To by the Are without the rating circumstance mitigate the punishment that awaits him the rep. Nymand of every honest map. On the 24th of August laity addres sed a letter the Secretary of the Commonwealth and requested an Wersto six questions therein pro which the following answer has been received. Harrisburg i aug. Dear sir Fetterof the 24th inst. Has been duly received and referred or. My chief clerk who was present alien or. Chadwick examined the papers refer red arid Hare directed him reply ii detail which will be carried by the sume mail that conveys this and which i Hope will be entirely satisfactory. 1 would Ghordis Corwin is a for Tho i exceedingly if either you or our Excel of satisfy the whole i , and put a quietus upon or. C e. Secret move meets impose upon the sow the seeds of mischief among the people., he May hereafter be astonish limit that so much of his iniquity can be brought Light. In Justice or. Chadwick i will will remark that his emr Saries have manufactured a multiplicity of other falsehoods and stamped them As Genu Ine right from Richard s base counterfeiting deserves the warmest censure from the largest have out by Abne i this by ice in. S , fix Mark of indignation and contempt upon a Man whose and examples in society Sli old be exemplary and worthy of imitation and whose professions Render him a Way Mark for christians. But if truth Stark naked and incontrovertible truth will fix n lasting stigma Tenn s chair not or so Mote it the subject of this address must meet the merited contempt of a disgraced Community. The excitement which has prevailed for some week therm ghost the coun ties of m Kaif Arjil and even in Lycoming with regard the truth or falsehood of Eroin statements made by Richard had sick. And industriously enlarged circulated by his Little conic Lihle band of messengers together will pretended copies of in touts and dresses thai governor lenders it entirely Stipe Flous for Tacto ure Urtso wus obtain an Hono a Payne. We Are requested tha of . I am glad see that our Friend h. Is again in Nomin Tion and most sincerely do i wish him Success present him my Best remembrance and believe me be sincerely and Samuel m Kean. H. I Ayne Esq. Harris Burgh aug. 31, 1833. Sir As general m Kean was not at the sent of government during the period of or. Chadwick s Reify it visit he has refer red your letter of thu Mill Init. To me with a request that 1 would reply in detail the queries therein propounded in thus that you must certainly have been misinformed in refer ence Whit has apparently came from or. Chadwick a. I cannot think that gentle inn 1ms iride the Al Ted in your questions they must live had their origin in an source 1 Tuke up your queries in order Ami the first did nov. Letter air Liard Chadwick requesting him go and get copies if All the office Agni just my election. That Harry Abbey is a candid ate for county auditor. The Muncy Telegraph says wac Are authorised state that or j As Wood of this Boroug i will but a candidate for the , at Tow next election Jav o ice Hose who wish Avail _. Selves of the privilege of paying their old accounts for county orders Arn hereby informed that Potter m Kean order will be received at Par Uneill it Ter 1he ensuing court week for due Moon advertisements u. Payne. Sec Luport
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