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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 2, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaOv1lle.i Dollar and fitly Centa per an of c hts if and Cash actually in i think Peti strafed a Jtj science mom Lity late Dpi and devoted to Nepo Lite a be Merail its from Amman Long equal to ill to four Yea Bat Alwa which a. J have a Coll in their Luni so win Otho by using i not be Over men Geraer ses and Yoi who Are Ine aia bed a Loop oat Medici i Piryt Olsbo a la Tare Medreth pills stolen fro it originally the genuine Rencs of thai xes Are they colors equal j id travelling n or. Brand duct truly he Prefa ii the and wry Public Riisa the for weak a who Hare Andresh is who Haval by Beitl proved to continually part o you Are Coll i expel Trio sol purity of thai is strength 1 St excellent j on Ixer 1844j isei and Boston Rig and isomers Ana s to carry hand wherely. Thanh saying i l better try. 9 an u applied Lieari t which the Adelphia a Host in debt with is. Apply to ats. Ions Piper the option of the , i in not exceeding twelve in l to Rico tints for one for every Sun a till insertion Twenty Dve notices not using sex lines Tor so Verity five. Cents. Turgo for one or brie the same. 1 discount ride to yearly Silver Lipscre. Political k. Polk anal slavery. Be United Gazette on wednesday i Ili bed with an editorial Sanction an a Joor to be from a work entitled Bacic s tour through the Western and states in in which or. Polk i of As a purchaser of slaves in Nan Mil us branding the initials of his name Mai Ali air shoulders the whole statement an exceedingly revolting and horrible of Ibe this would a Dis play with out any. Object or any other result idol a exc r from the Rich Moho enquirer. Is jj6nry Clay. Ambitious i candidate for any. Office in the gift of the people of these states United or separated j u incr Irish. Ii Ever expect to if. Pass Tranquiline the country restore Confidence and affection in the Union and i go Loncto and renounce Public service Clay s speech Truhe Bill february 12, 1833. Such were the professions of or. Clay in Intro Lucins the famous Compromise Bill cheap and of course made us anxious to he tins since so shamelessly violated 9 work from which it purports to be was the professed simplicity of his Una Alifi a disclaimer of nil to i i Coteil but we have As yet been unable find it ourselves or to meet with who Ever heard of Roorback s the booksellers Heie know no Thiu g fur As our enquiries have extended. St therefore Call upon the United i Lii a person 0 must 1 ga7- tie either to furnish a copy it May be bad As we of Lotical a Biton but what says or. D. I Webster to ill. Henry Clay s character in contrast with these solemn of the whig candidate see what his present Friend and ally or. Webster says of Hal who is now appealing to the third party i Viz the abolitionists at sir Brigfield to put such charges arc not j Jirney aside and for or. The proper there i but subsequently at Albany passing Over this Roorback " and Wii crr Clay his speech because he Lias met the punishment which usually at tends a constant tissue of intrigue. The calculations of his cunning have dec o Ved Fiqiri and he is farther Iro to the presidency than Ever. Yes farther than Ever. When b a Uay de the. President and declared himself in favor Ofa National Bank contrary to the professions of the party in 1810, and so far succeeded in his per Only As to obtain the Lea Dershin of the whig party after the then or up to thai period the whig party held Nineteen of the. Siales by or coiled a j Josities. Under or. Clay s Lead a and with his name As the candidate for 184-1, to less j than two years the whigs have lost up ses Sion of All the slates but five or six. This is incontrovertible and will not be denied by any sane Clay Man. We learn that the madisonian has pub. In a Phiiip heft lorm with the of this Book be seen these Are pro ally e following Ami which the Gazette ought not to j ot5lef were coming u i. Against answering. What an extraordinary phenomenon does or. Webster exhibit in 1s-12 penning such a character of or. Clay As the follow which was published in the madisonian go flu in t Roorback is or is not a a Cal there boor be not such this from i Point no in or quote we happen Jacci unti Illy to have the evidence at hand comp Csc y refutes Tho shocking assertions thus Roorback is made to of Barncs a. Polkas a buyer and Sel Ler of slaves under circumstances which compel the separation of wives from their Ami of infants from their in As Ilesi inhaling his property in human be its by the Mai k of the Bra tiding Iron. So a quoted by the United states the Nashville Union How of it. 7th, which had never Beard of but is replying to the Enni of another newspaper Speaks in the Foit runs of James k. Folk s connection with slavery contradicting completely tho1 ing in 18-12, and of which the original mss Are preserved at now occasion ally raising his blast in favor of the Man whom he represented in Ifil j like another Themistocles always eager and so endlessly devoted to the gratification of his ambition from the madisonian. Or. Cavy. By or. 1812 from a very Early period his career or. Seems to have fixed his Eye on the presidential chair As the goal which he desired and expected ultimately to obtain. Some men have been found sufficiently nip Relemo patriotic As to rest satisfied with Iti Likout aware of the fac tall that is ing and the Good Winch their aligned in the extract to which v. E refer. It remembered that the Union it i have been e upon the ground where it would be Pruin Lyco erected by the personal knowledge in t talents and energies i hich president s letter of with Trawal All these curious and piquant Anicles from the pen of or. Webster from the democratic Union Clay for Urt mrs committed ineligible to and a he Conni Tutor. Of the propensity or. Clay has Ever shown for the murderous practice of duelling has been frequently exposed by the democratic papers of this Anil other Sites. It has been Shari from histpry., that As Early As challenged to mortal Chrobat Humphrey mar shall of the legislature of Kentucky for wolds spoken in debate. The shots were exchanged which luckily proved ineffectual when the seconds of the parties arid put an end to the combat or. Clay All the while however insisting on a third lire when years of age or. Clay challenged John Randolph also for word spoken in debate and undertook to punish an Independent senator for the exer Cise of a constitutional privilege by shooting him Day Light his Agency in the revengeful butchery of Jonathan Millry is Well known to the country and it is on admitted fact that he is at this Day under important notice. To the. Democracy of the Union. The democratic Hickory and Young Hickory tabs and other demo cratic and now organized and which May be Oil the United states Are most respectfully and earnestly solicited if they have not Al ready so to report themselves without delay by letter poet paid to the exr Cutie committee of the democratic association in Washington they arc Acques to pal to give the names of their officers the number of their members it is important that ibis step should be taken to sprue e thorough and efficient organi a alien of the democratic party than now exists for these reasons 1st. That Sacii association shall keep the other Welt informed of the condition of parties. 2d. That authentic and Correct information May be disseminated far and wide. That the returns whether of state or Federal elections May be circulated in a form authentic Iii official and which can be pails of tie Lii Oij. They Are earnestly re Quested to do so. By order of the executive committee. , chairman c. P. Hen stack Secretary. Ted and returned the.tro6ps of the is land bad Reid tic Crews on Board their i in jul ci.v1. I am now engaged i a a Garri son of 500 men in tie Islina. Later from England. It seems that the Prince de Joinville is Etc i biking Ani w his skill ill the science of gun Nero a Inch the French ave unequalled. A Mogadore has b to assaulted and carried. The opinion is prevalent in various parts of the continent that Britian will go to War with France of these attacks by the latter on the Northern cities of Alrica and that Russia will assist the former. France is undoubtedly great wrong in thus heavy Bonds before a magistrate at washing ton Tokkko pack. All these t facts Are notorious and undeniable. Now to prove the Strong repugnance with uie smallest degree j the presidency until the gradual progression moral pc Plu of Pennsylvania have s than i of pro motion and widely disseminated Pori regarded this system of refined murder we Herc publish an extract from the id effect in the situation to which Iney May Levaic d by the spontaneous Choice i of the people without raising their Aspira i Iii in any have thought not of the vre is such a Eaks As follows ,1 relied upon by our friends for any purpose and especially to counteract the a 86 m press ions which May be created by location in the whig journals of the of elections. It is already ascertained that that party have a Well organized system of falsehood it Only in the publication of erroneous re urns of elections but by the publication of tracts and documents. The whig and some of the Neutral papers Section of the Union attend to the first Branch of the fraud and the congressional whig Cental franking committee at Washington Are attending to the latter by publishing and disseminating one set of opinions by or. Clay for the South and another set for the manufacturing and a pm Ilion districts of the Norih and West also documents for the North making or. Polk a free Trade Man and documents for the South making him a Tariff Man. These frauds have been detected in this City therefore we warn our friends to guard against them disc Reil it everything coming from a whig source Uhitil substantiated by information derived from those whose Effort will be not to de chive but to enlighten with the truth. We do not hesitate to say that the elections which have been and Are being published in the Globe can be relied on by our friends Lor any purpose. They Are As accurate As tin seizing upon these weak cities but what has England to do with All this is she prepared to restore India of the Rajnys or Send Back to China the millions of dollars extorted on account of a enforcement of wholesome Laws. The opinion of the English judges in the Case of o Connell was Fra d in the House of lords on the 2d confirming the Jiing ment of the Irish court of Queen s Bench though ivies were of the opinion that part of the counts in the indictment were bad. The lord Chancellor after the judges had read i in r opinions and said the Case before then one of the greatest import blockade of the Harbor would bean incomplete by tire Harbor of Sagadore. The Tow n is of to mint i write on fir Anil of the Interior who after driving out the Imperial Garrison have taken Possession of it. We have just received Consul his few europeans. 1 will riot close my despatch mentioning the set vices rend Refl by every Pei son under my oilers during the present Campaign. Every body served with a Zeal inspired by the ardent love of i s country its Honor Una interests and with an absolute de Votion to the service of the King. Receive m. Be ministre the of my. Respect. F. A Orleans. Placed it within their i Jirash when the a speciation of Beira Elva of Owr site 1 Ted 1o the highest to narc in the gift of the peo Suci ios 10. Article 0. Any person who the to ii in per has been the suggestion of ii cams Lance so Mali the ado plan of the amendments j the official returns will be Polk is the owner of not us in Alion of their selfish ambition. Kut proposed by thu convention to tin constr str their num i to or. Clay. Tion Light a Duel or Send a i Hall Nguc fur that the Tui b i when the years he numbered barely of he Lave to i Ouirl Content i to Anotle a Inastri a a in. Us no Siave who is the sufficient to i qualify him for a seat in the Senate of the United states and he could Al most without , pretend to the Ini. Cence Ofa Novice in political intrigue he it. Tem fed i vision through the Long Vieta of g vol it on Lefoi e him and i sure Idun u to on any per i parly turmoil Ami re to by and turn scanned the whole scene Tliatha of into the deprived of con discover in turn All the and and. Protection. We Hii knowledge or a Honey but eted prize beyond. To attain it every in j ill a Kush Pele ii Rich any . If. The slate i i be wide in Toneli Ian nor As scribed by Law this solitary 1 w , and Iii action of the Peon ii their official returns can p6bsibly be some o j which from necessity being copied Frorer whig papers. The official returns will b published in the Globe As soon As they Are received. When the organization proposed j by this notice is Complete the facility of Ilion Ltd of tin getting the Correct returns will be such a1 is desired. We Appeal to the democracy in where no Assoc a nce he moved consideration be that its further 7t.dne.Day. L Honor or utter or riia a be pre those sections of country difficult is of the path which led to the Cov it now part ail Opatril by Ibet Obsi Ipi eni rut lives at the of the Lions exist to forthwith organize and re port in accordance with the above. We make Appeal not from any doubt of the strength not the turn we must not despise the enemy however corrupt or weak tins of our cause or that we have Bers to carry it on to Victory. Be . To to True a Ual k now Edge orgy has been nerved every plan every derived from some of. Ims older scheme has been employed till the age of ,0 from persons of strict truth and has overtaken vain. Tobor have obtained the same informal j he has figured among the statesmen in on a the ame Way at a recent Date. He i Gina Ting and supporting measures deeply Al is Var has Bou it or sold or exchanged one feeling the interest s of the country Wyeth another except at the entreaty of j or for weal or for was with the sex and men for the purpose of pc j pc Talion of the presidency. Separation of i he has figure a among partisans and Intro or parents and children. In this j cued among was with the sex this extent As a citizen of a 1 Pec tation of the presidency. Such ownership made Law j he has poured his fluent strains of it ution of his own i ate eloquence in the was with Law of Pennsylvania or. Clay May be but knowing them to be weak is the Federal Cun Idalu for president of the and corrupt should make us More vigilant unify slates. If he were running for a ant of guard against the unfair and in Statt office with hib direct participation in to which they will from Neces the tragedy resling on him i sity resort to their weakness. We lord that the opinions of the judges be printed in the the lord certainly. The consideration of the judges opinion was then postponed until wednesday next. Buttle in following Tele graphic despatch has been received at Paris from Marshall i Mars Elles 5 p. M. The governor general of Algeria to the minister of Ijar. Biva Tiac of Kondrat Abderrahma Lily. Having marched upon the Morrocco army became daily mor Utrone and Mena cing to Algeria i came up with it at two Lea gues in front of its Camp. It assumed the offensive with horse at the moment the Heads four columns were crossing the is Lay. We gained a most comple Victory. Our infantry which stood most firmly and a Little lot of our cavalry fought with the utmost bravery. They successively captured All the Camps which covered a space of upwards of a league in extent. Eleven pieces of artillery 16 stand of colors to tents a Mong which was that of the emperor s son his parasol the insignia of his command All his personal baggage a considerable Quantity of warlike stores Aud an immense Booty remained in our Power. The enemy left about 800 killed on the Field of Battle. Our losses although severe Are Light when we consider the importance of the Battle which we the Battle of Islay. The journal Des debates on giving the former despatch says the height of Eon Diat Abderrahma which was accessible to both parties is a Hill in front of the Camp of Lalla , half Way to ouch a and in the most advanced Post on the Algerine Frontier. In its front runs a Rivulet called the sued Islay which forms a extract from a private letter written before Mogadore dated 17th rejoice at the Brilliant and Complete Tuc a Csc which has just crowned the efforts of our Young and Brave Admiral. The Standard of France boats Over the Island of Mogadore it has floated Over the principal batteries which defended so Uerah on batteries Are annihilated the Cannon Are from their carriages or scattered on the Providence has Dan Ger s greater Llan those of the Gers arising from , which Here rises into vast Billows hurling themselves with great fury upon this inhospitable coast. We experienced much fatigue and anxiety during the Hrh lath 13lh, and the attack upon the Island Baa Cost us Many lives. The Prince was to it present a grave est Ion whet h can ass ure our friends that we have no doubt ind proper by the cons tit n the tation of the the expectation of the presidency. He has speech fied at dinners and was with the expect presidency. To has promulgated opinions and condemn has joined parties and Forsa and a Polk the owner of slaves. Tin whig seem to wish tire fact that g Jav 1 Luik owns slaves to be More extensive we have thus taken the pre occasion to unite with that paper in publicity to it. H is however Winch a never been concealed or Ken has supported friends and has been communicated abandoned was All with the expectation of the presidency. Amid every change we our duly. We make the Appeal with another View that channels May be established through which we can develop to the american people one of the most corrupt and villainous by Homes Ever known to the world on a thousand Public private by gov. Polk from this is that or. Polk s Ith slavery is just the same of Henry Clay with the additional in that Koor Bock mysterious Roorback not seats iced is either a Wil falsified or hos been egregiously misled. We ask of the United states Gazette of give its earliest attention to this matter l will at that the grossest injustice done Tolar. Polk either by Koor or by some other person who Rivade use of that name As a stalking we to cover an unfair and ungenerous Par. Isan attack. G or. Franklin s toothed in Law first discovered that the Young Hail a hankering for her daughter that Good old lady said she did not know so Well about giving her daughter to a Printer there already two printing offices in the uni Ted states and she not certain the coun try would support them. It was Plain Young Franklin depend for the support of his family on the profits of Tho third and this rather a doubtful Chance. If such an objection was urged to a would be san in Law but two printing offices were. In the u states can a Printer Hope to get wife now to when the last census shows of political opinion in every revolution he was repro commissioner in a i reign country or quilted his popular position to become Secretary of stave he never lost sight of the one great presiden As soon As he thought his arrangements made his forces prepared and the plan of Campaign Complete be entered the Field and he. Was Defeated. Again Defeated in open warfare he experienced 18.39, the additional degradation and disappointment of being rejected by his . Vexed and har by reiteration of defeat where stands he now upheld by his own desperation and the recklessness of a few desperate effects the modesty of retirement while he promises indirectly a renewal of the contest. Directly he promises no such in Tajc morbid peevish Ness of frustrated ambition we will not Iju ote an old and familiar assails personally As Well As politically one whose position he envies be cause he has by Long reveries on his own aspirations persuaded himself thai he should be there himself. But where is he now at every struggle he is sinking farther and farther from the object he wishes to grasp Are his the Presil Lency any his most sanguine friends cannot confidently make the assertion. Or he were not debarred from i Dallas will be elected holding it. And if unfit fur a. State office by what parity of reasoning can he be deemed worthy the Honor d seat once occupied by a Wariti Impton 1 this feature of our slate Consoli Tilton Speaks in lumps against the blood stained Duel Luj of Ashland and should j ,.oilcocted Ivy any parly which has been set on be constantly a pm before the people. J by we Pigery to1 subjugate Republican he _ i Erly Anil bring our institutions Down to the How it is in the k i one Jovanny of the old world whig papers of the South Seirn to regard i. Scheme. Its exposure Clay s last Teller As most decidedly in favor j of annexation. The North alabamian fays he also puts to Ift has been raised against him by his in the South Lor ins supposed unfriendly Fei a Ings towards Texas on an Unju Latia ble construction of his Raleigh letter. The i Erly tool of the Tyrai do not fear the its object but will Over j the men and the party who Concei. Veil and Urc item Ping to mature it infamy assertion has been made Over and Over a from the slum i and the press in this Quai Ter that the Annex Atin of Texas to this Union under no circumstances would be Tike to to find favor with or. Cuy and his friends have been defied to prove the reverse. The proof is now furnished in language too Clear to admit of further his language have no he Silaron in saying that so far from having any personal objection to the annexation of Texas i should he glad to see is this language sufficiently explicit Clay on the must reject both the doctrines of free Trade and of a High and exorbitant Tariff. A Par tits might to be Salii Tett with a Tariff for Revenue and discrimination for Spetch at Raleigh. Is nothing in Tho world so Conte Tible As Petty malice Foi a supposed injury and sometimes for no Tause whatever. There Are some people who disc like others because Thyi Don t know them and won t know them because they Don t like them i2j" notwithstanding the loss by the flood in the it is Aid Llinat the Cotton so deep that the friends of civil and religious Liberty throughout the would loathe remo test generations will exec rate their very names. When the organization is Complete the exposure will be made and their plan 1 rendered abortive. Therefore an ize South East and i w j West. P. S. This is to give notice to the democracy that the whig Central committee in this City Are publishing documents purporting to the votes of or. Fact f they do not in All cases actually falsify his votes suppress some of the facts connected therewith and thus give a false aspect of Herti. H will be the duty of the democratic party in every Section of the country to Dis these them As vile whig slanders As thery Are ask a suspension of Public opinion and write immediately to Washington to the executive committee of the democratic association to Send the real facts in each Case to be derived from the congressional archives As authenticated by Prince d Joinville s despatch from Mogadore Steamboat Pluton. Mogadore. Aug. 17. 1 arrived before Mogadore on the Lith just. The weather was extremely bad and during several Days we remained at Anchor the town without having been Able to com even amongst ourselves notwithstanding we had let out 2bo fathoms Chain Cable our anchors Bike like Glass. In Fine on the 15th, the weather having become moderate i took advantage of the change attack the Toiven. The ships of the line Jem Appes and Tri ton proceeded to take up a position opposite the Western batteries with orders to Batter the clerk in charge of the association throughout the Unior will be pleased to pay the postage on All crop in Louisiana and Mississippi will abundant As will be the crop generally. Omm in cations sent to the executive com Mittee of the democratic association at Wash into a whose communications will in a cases be postage paid. The democratic of Apsis throughout the it states will Subserve the cause of the demo c racy by giving t Fie fewest pub ii Ity above until it shall be seen in tie them and to open a fire against the rear of i the Marine batteries. The Suffren and the Belle Poule their station in the Northern it was one o clock when or movement commenced. The moment the arabs saw the ships a Rouch the town All the batteries Corrien de firing. We waited to return the fire in 1 each vessel was at its Post. At half past our the firing began to Slacken the Chi shard o Lase and Argus then entered the Harbor and placed themselves close to tire lotteries f the Island with which they exchanged a retry brisk fire at last about half past be the steamers carrying 590 soldiers e h Rcd the Channel and placed them Estes in he intervals that separated the and a Anding was immediately effected. The Island was defended with the courage 5f despair by 320 moors and Kabyle who compos a the Garrison. A great number were filled i4b who Hotd retired into a mos que ultimately surrendered. Our losses of that Day amounted to .1 killed sixty eight wounded. Flie Iii Arii Oitice taken we resolved to de stroy of the town fac Jig threads Vrbich Foa d1 been already greatly Dama try our artillery. It to Rehder them the Orient. Seen marching without arms at the Bead of the attacking columns while the killed a and the wounded0were falling around Jairn. The Brilliant generous self Devotion Spires with just Pride All his Brave Campan on in it is now believed that the retirement of ale Emet All originated in displeasure at the opposition offered Ibrahim and the Council to a measure on which the. Pasha Hjad resolved and that he was induced to return Only by he withdrawal of that opposition. To learn from Alexandria that the t one and Snoke appeared in the offing on of August and after earning by signal from the Geyser that every thing was tranquil they immediately set sail on their return to Beyrouth where their More Likely to be the Captain Pasha with the ottoman Squadron having taken up Bis quarters on Shore at Beyrouth. On the 4th ult., the anniversary of the in Depender of the ten e and the Belvidera. Hoisted the american Flag at the main and at noon the Tyne Captain Glas cock As senior officer fired a Royal Salute. The turks followed the example set. Them but they could not help observing that singular that t he Engliski should rejoice at the anniversary. Miller Sjaast Vei Sioui end. The Cincinnati chronicle gives the follow ing sketch of a lecture recently delivered in that Cit a by Parson Miller had the Good Fortune to exposition of the great Point the destruction of the world. He supposes that the. Material world will stand that the son and Moon will shun1 and the Earth scourged changed in surface and purified by also in How present astronomical relations to other Plani to. Good Are to be saved and Only the Wicke d become victims of the expected conflagration. Even the latter Are not As some of his followers aver to be Anniti la Tetli but live on and be punished. The destruction spoken of is to occur through the Agency Ofa storm the stones to be about a Talent in weight. The effect of such a descent of Hail in addition to the physical consequences of its fall act chemically upon the air and cause a separation of the gases and from this a general combustion will Fol Low. We believe we have Given his state ment in a Short Way but accurately. At an other time he expected the same result would be witnessed upon the Waters would fat a decomposition and tha by Rogen Rush into a never com Pound witha Gen ral explosion. His denunciations of All oth a sects were continual and severe. Re pious papers were in his belief More Given o than the political As had been con proven by some written Aji Hority. The Sifi three1 fear. Kah Road Tomposh last teacher brings Sinfo fration that the in of ant Railroad from tiie red sea to the Nile is to Eafanti Teton i h is i Illi 11 o be immediately prosecuted to the line from the Nile by Cairo of Suez or the red sea has dec n Gal Way. Yueru not Tea difficulty on the whole route. Ir84 of is a straight i Piaf it curves South to. Sufi remarkable of Trie or Miles being the the the water of that Var. is their very the Nile is 900 feet above ii is in Hili is i h in

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