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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 4, 1838, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaStore. R Sale at his stole neral assortment of dry goods. Sic. Groceries Viz loaf and is and smok Tapper spice inn Lennon clobber Ware Aid crockery ire Cusk by in by 10. I or Salt. Caster and Sallad Mility teas. Of arts Shoei. A owners tools All of h or countr pro t. Coats 138. Of t. Salt for Sale by a. Nichols. F fill be received in e. A. N. Of Dyer or Corners assortment of Staple arum pure leased in july to i Low As is. To Rothona old ii Hift London port i n teas Pic Honor of various Rita Ivues. In and Light sugars go Cuba hand and rum of a Cut and id Salmon and her is sperm pm solid Frost Jersey Gisses 8 Ite and Ulack Lead to Var Rallion red own and 1 things yarn camb cts. Blaek Orreen and red Simers. Nor cloths for gentle and common cais Meres. Fid i u and i assortment of ladies it of hardware consist n it. Laughs at the Fornaca it notice. Her zen. Be leather. The Richmond enquirer r the following Core for first you discover the Loek Ive to e patient a Compisi Jer stirred in a half pint Lien have a Rock or Blok 1 a wet cloth apply it Art of the shoulders and n Bathe the locks of the made As Wawa ru8 the jaw Emtil i cd will be in a few Ini act that 1 Bare known it men 1 was helpless and a cation was made and e in a few minutes Anytha t octo or and published weekly by p. Door above the court House. Judge Scott would resign. I accordingly so informed judge Scott who in the month of March 1838, Drew up his resignation and handed it to me to be delivered to y6u on that condition. On the 16th of March last i was a gain at Harris 3urg, and had an inter f with you subject and you hot Iowa Eagle is a abashed every assured me that if judge a Scott would rest Gre the commission should be made Oft or judge Eldred. So i then a aided to you judge Scott s u41 _ r _. .n.m1 to Uttmi to i have nothing to say to the gentle Man whom you have appointed. He May be a pretty Good lawyer but his abolition principles do not suit he peo ple of the 11th District and his Ipp int ment was the consummation of a fraud tis imputation upon their Honor tallow of Mertvy to pin their be Hackitt a Vuew prom pleated the wholesome doctrine stake for your re Domand your sires Goat Aea that they your god your country your alters and by theft creator with cer your Tsyn to inalienable rights and stated the ment was the consummation 01 a Iraq Cal j Jiyoun that our paper will most Frt eminent of these to be life by which you obtained judge Scot s i Ujj. You that it is was at ljb5rty, and the Pursuit of Happi resignation and trifled with the feelings request of Many of you Ness ? in support of doctrine they of judge Eldred one of the Best and it our first number pledged their lives their fortunes and men in the state we Stana pledged to unveil the Aris of their sacred Honor. Yet or. M due embody acts feet Eltus that notwithstanding they h the expiration of we. Over Fields fan attire calculated to convince tie pledged their fortunes for the a preserve advertise a at the usual rates. Sig nation and stated to you that the Middle Smithfield Munroe co.? most sceptical of the True character of Tion life and Liberty the securing no court in would commence on september 18th 1836. I the contest. It shall be our constant of property was their truest aim to redeem jigs pledge. We sub does or. M Dufree and the minions take care join some extracts made from speeches Oft Hewbank suppose that the citizens of act session Twenty Firic Gran ing Jialu pay a courts in Luzerne would commence on monday of april and that probably judge Eldred could not reach to the business of the mum Bojons forthe paper must or they will not j be attended to. V be it by me and tax payers of Fiona county that to i it f a a probably judge Naa Reu Coria. Not reach take care join some extracts maae irom speeches often Bank suppose mat Wie Ciu Zeua Wilkes Barre until the court would be a delivered by the advocates and Champi of country will suffer the character nearly Over and that the commission we have just been informed that me on of the United states Bank that and motives patriarchs of the a payers Vij rented me to write to judge Jui Areu Geff Ritner since his election to the and that he should office of governor has increased the immediately design his commission As state debt had better be to the Proton friends of Ritner have now prepared Ota vat Wilkes Barre and judge de directed to proceed directly to that to to is you assented and i rec Tedeto write to judge Eldred Ultch us Citco Viiu ii h my v a Lmh mends of Turner Nave now prepared Darling pet of governor Merican apostles of a and printed for circulation jts taday Ritner a in order that you May Merican Liberty of be vilified and or two before the Flection thousands of learn from their own language what Are Traduce Byi hired slanders we warn Cate of Porter s their real designs. Notwithstanding Themi to beware refit of the insolvent atm Arp Nonos i a cd Titi plication for the a sch i i w ule of he property insinuates you Are not possessed of any real share of i in 18th District and proceed to Wilkes Barre where his commis Laws to with a sche Auie 01 new property Sesser of any real share of important testimony annexed showing mat he did n 3t return we appear to your judgment and enjoin t Ife following Frank letter from Jno. All his property. They pretend Flint upon you to Patty a Esq. Of Curwensville needs no it has just been discovered and it Pur to Ciati the Wiki n totem or raise at our hands i ports to be authenticated with the Seal of Bob Campbell the Protho notary. They have also a forged letter ppr of United states Bank ill Sll y read them read them commendation or Praise at our i Hulub we begin with or. B w. Leigh it Speaks for itself and contains the a United states senator and a1 Champion Gentit tents of a Man whose word can Way lure that he would in no Case con sett to a state debt. Said he had better do so As that would enable the people of to Joseph Rit next Esquire the 18th distinct to cast about for Asur govern Arof the Commonwealth of Cessor. In order to Render Assurance governor of Ine y doubly sure _ asked you whether this , might be depended so to Sundt the on and you said thai you would a cd regret at any time Sundej the Elb Eldred and no ther Man i the world. I de so i had been deceived or upon your word. F upon this Assurance on the 17th of i first became acquaint fou March 1833, i wrote a let Ter from when we were both members of lathe Harrisburg to my Friend judge Eldred House of representatives and of the telling him he asap posted to the Lith to political party m the fall of 1824, District that he should Send on his re 3 the Para into Sig nation As present of the 18th Dis ?ricnd3hip---a Fen ship which was m tact to the Secretary of the common my part least sincere wealth announce the fact in the 18th your part. Distinct and proceed to Wilkes Barre together for to successive to hold the courts there for the Lith of Ine Unnue Puxico not w doubted wherever he is known porting to have been written Bijj Porter the Genii Einen today whether they our friends at a distance we May to one of his friends in Whiteh they believe that those who depend upon their duly j Patton has been leu to u0 labour for subsistence or do Eber enter into from motives fit above us serving apolitical As he Gener make him state that he has from his creditors enough of Perty to begin the world again these what shar6 to far As mind is concern no bloodhounds who Are resorting to party to Litt w Vinat so Lar a a famous forgeries Are now in prepared does Man suppose the pedantry of Tion and will be secret Elt dust nub the a Timur have Ted throughout the just a Day or two before private Al gents have been sent from Ujj store insulting language than the a vile calomnies., Harrisburg within a few Days probably Buve could not be applied to any class Chwen Sivilie sept 10th 1838. Freighted with these and other wicked of having no share messes. Think it my Duall parts of com and branded As slaves to to publicly make known one of the Mon wealth. We Call on our friends but we asic gentlemen to say whether Many falsehoods intended to militate every where to be on the ele and to the of believe that those who Are oblige Aga Irist Tfaye election of David r. Por give publicity to this notice. After the de to depend on their daily labor for Ter -.0 the. Office of governor. 1 j evidence before the Public of the aban their daily subsistence will on tha a gentleman and resident of Hunt done wickedness of the Rita writes we account Standl Idle spectators to what is Ingdon county who had travelled thro a believe they will Stop at nothing oing on in political do Indiana other parts that malice and villainy can de sessions when according to the Rule District mint n through Phila judge Eldred s Appo Isit the newspapers. I Rydre tentative might Cotte from Wayne county and Nathaniel b. Eldred Esq. Wick needed me and server for two years retled never dreaming of in the fall of 1828 i was again elected Treach Cryl Orf disappointment when on to the House of representatives but by this time a change had taken place tit your politics and you were left at Home. The difference of our politics however created no estrangement be tween us personally. I Felt for you the same a elms of Friendship which i pos when in 1826 i rated a son for hard Al disclosure of w a you i you subsequently became a candidate for governor in oppose Tion to the democratic party and after two unsuccessful attempts you succeeded in 1835 in feeling elected by a minority in Conse ounce of the split Between messes Wolf and i knew you ipad once been a Democrat and although you had been Vascil lating Between democracy and National alias federalism and finally ought to Avail yourself of the Aifiti masonic excitement. I never thele s could not still give up All Hopes of and your conduct relative to Many of the appoint ments in Munroe and Pike counties satisfied me that however we might Dif or in politics we still sox continue until by the transaction a Fitch i am about to detail you compelled me to abandon All the Good feelings i had entertained for you and to set you Down As i Man destitute of Honor and veracity f whilst a member of Reform mention in the summer of 1837, judg4 Scott of the Lith Jud Ciali District old and valued Friend wrote to Rne say hat he had some Jiten Tion of re signing his office and would do so provided he could have an Assurance that a person whom he could approve the appointed his successor. Knowing the intimacy which subsisted Between us he asked my opinion As i lived in the District about the m Itter and desired that it might be broached to you. This was accordingly and a Long Anc. Friendly conversation took place be tween us you expressing doubts of Scott s sincerity 4n proposing to and i desiring you to reflect up j on the Reatter As i woul 1 vouch for the judge s sincere de terms lation if met by a corresponding disposition on your j i j the 12th of a sol to my astonishment i received a latter from a Friend in har Risburg dated april the 8th, saying your Friend Joseph Ritner has played you and Juge Scott a pretty trick. He yesterday appointed we. Jessup of montros4, president judge of your a is tact in i he place of judge Scott he told mrs that the commission made forwarded to i could y credit this intelligence but going to scout Surg the next Day i received a totter directed to me at that place from j Thomas h. Burrowes in which be Sall the governor desires me to you that he has this Day appointed we. Jessup of Montrose As judge Scott s successor in the Lith District. He could Defey appointment no longer consistently with his Public duty and a regard for the administration of Justice fudge Eldred has had three1 weeks in w h cd to Forward his Resigna Tion but nos having done so the pre sumption was thai he did not wish the change on the night of the 10th of april or Early on the morning of the 11th, judge Eldred aved at Harrisburg in pursuance of my letter. This was As Early a Day As a e Ter leaving Harrisburg on the 17th o March and go Irig to War Ren judge Eldred s could have an returned by the regu Lar course of the mail. He had Ridden night and Day and by extra expense extra exer ions reached the seat of government that time and you May judge his mortification at being made sport of. He had announced the change and his intension to resign at Warren by your direction. The matter had been published throughout the Commonwealth and when he got to har Risburg he was informed that you had said you never promised to appoint him. Fortunately judge Eldred had not sent in his resignation As president of 18th District Vij Julilly i j never offered by them As further evidence Why i a Tomk so. Whatever real of a r. Porter should not be supported jury and Villany mind senator Lesh possess it is sit the ensuing election i for governor j evident that it is very which report was that a brother and an the last Hoco Poco journal Oichun no doubt by Intercourse brother of Edward b. Patton for tin Don county edited by that honest with you please the Mer partner of David r. Porter now i i Pjetr. 1. Sentir and. Honse of the United staffs Congress if any son who have served m the War of Fie n the the act passed the seventh Day of Janes and in s tied act supplementary to the act for of cers and sole hers of Ine have died leaving a these marriage after of last period his and before the first Day of january seven teen Hundred and widow shall bar entitled to receive for and during t be term o five from the fourth Clay of main eighteen Hundred and thirty six the Sonaty or pension which might have been allowed to her husband in virtue of said act if living at the same time it provided in event of the marriage of sue i wide said annuity or pension Shal be discontinued j j. Fait further enacted pledge mortgage Mert Vor any r she or interest i n any annuity half pay or pension granted by this act shall be no shall the half Payr annuity or pension granted by this act or any former it of Congress be liable to attachment Levy or seizure by any in a or equity but shall ensure wholly to the personal Benefit of the Oens Wner or annuitant entitled to the same and that before a warrant shall be delivered to any person acting for or Iii be half of any one entitled to Vioney under this act such person shall take find subscribe an oath or affirmation to be administered by the proper accounting officer and put on that he has no interest in said Money by any mortgage Transfer agree or and that he does not know or believe to any other pm j v w y juju to tin Don county edited by that honest with you please the Mer partner of David r. Porter now Man Benedict contains an Aff Davit of a Waves of the Bank or the slaves of a Hying in Clearfield county knew the Man named Myers in a High he states Southern the Circle of whole matter about the partnership that about Twenty years ago when for which he pears not have any Ana had declared that All the statements Ter and Patton carried on their works of human Natare. We can or Loo i came Over with William the conqueror you told me two untruths in this promised to appoint judge Eldred and no other Man in the Wor d. But for this Promise you vexation it Harrisburg you and i frequently talked of verve matter and Orv you did Yon gave me to understand that you by appointed another before a Raul appoint Nathaniel b. Eldred Nenner of 18th Judi jul Eldred of the counties of mal1 judge Eldred of Warren m Ken a Tellerson if would accept or not ing Gen. Porter and the in nip is of demo Cracy. Satisfactory information from Allf quarters of our state fully justifies the belief will the Rich take of the poor Loo i came Over with William the conqueror that the overwhelming democratic Fri Jonty around freemen and see it will be in company with Delaune de Vau Asra inst , a his election m 1835, As has been truely remarked that Kindie Val do Ashwood de a Fine de. V. I i Ermann of Core which the vulture takes Puthe in Riding a descendent of this Wal. Be nearly doubled at covering and at Deville in the direct line was taken by from office to 1838, devouring the famous Caxton in who prov we will hear or. M Duffel a in g very expert became afterwards his Rise of the new York Joum nother Bank Champion. A gentleman a Prentice and in time an eminent Nal of Commerce says gentleman who wh0m the ban kites greeted most Enthus i tighter from him the orders of Printer s has just returned from the West states j u u on his visit to Philadelphia or devils took their names. City inures with his speech obey the other Accuu says if they took it Trees on being Cut Down Are found to to Mark threw their wigs High whig ism Fryni infernal it was not because de with the growth of an Hundred and forty keeping and Huzzard loud the fear were frequently sent years thus Droving that during that Long pen listen to the urn in darkness and appearing As scoffers Ted states Gazette 1834 wifi old suggest but upon a very reputed in grandeur while Many cultivated forms says Aile account for John Quator or Are now Only to be found under water the was particularly Happy in prov faustus of men a in Germany was Cir Lota which had been sole for thousands of in2 the Mere forms of govern the first inventor of the Art of printing ment should not be so much minded which Art the Mode of that Uey thought , and called divided estates now Only watery government. And the noblest and him or. Faustus and his Art the Black Rise has been regularly going of a truest Fri endow government Aras lie kept a constant succession conclusive refutation. All the charges Madei against Gen. Porer by the Federal Poco too s of fraudulent insolvency secreting proper Typo defraud creditors perjury Are Triump lastly by ask Irig the has Gen. Por Ter defrauded who complains of his not having paid them the utmost far thing where Are the claims against Gen. Porter unsatisfied i no body that Gen. Porter owes their agent except Samuel Stur Geon who is proved by the oath of his own b rather in Law to have acknowledged eight years ago that Gen. Port Erhard honorable paid him All he owed and one m Murtrie the son in Law of Pattorf whose improper conduct occasioned the failure who alleges that Gen. Porter owes him Bui who has hot As yet Ever been Able to legally establish his claim 1 Porter owes no one a cd As no on jut the persons above named Antl whose allegations have been proved to be undeserving of tote least pretends to have any claim him How can he have been guilty o. Itra Dulen insolvency or any of the made by Sturgeon or the Stone the Rise has been regular in going end of government a. Asne kept a constant succession on or seve years and irregularly t h and Kier of boy to Kiln errands who were Al u ways very Black some of being Artaz Llonas probably to the Ireat Eva Ora base an insult raised to be tag apprentices and after Toinby the water has Feen a few Inch our revolutionary sires. Could the wards raising thence Loeb m the world is. Lake Erie is n6w about our feet higher declaration of i depend was very properly said to have raised in 1825, about 61-3 feet b How a que ugh i 00 j i i fonder on these things Well Fehlow dont suffer a worthy citizen 36 sacrificed by wicked demagogues Anc. Dont Oose sight of be enormities ofr7enn a Aind in he fog which they Are arts buy Rais no about Oen Porter s private charac or these men dare not enter the be d defend their Mea i Bank there apportionment Dill their millions added to the debt their pretty Alburg rail Road their Aioli monism these things which Are the tue questions on which the election should turn and which Merit the deepest condemnation Jio the people on Popof Ceata i discuss
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