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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 14, 1840, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIber is now Receiva m a n coming in to addition to an enlarged and of both 4, listing of groceries ires dry Good drags 1 Bich were selected with i to he offers to sell at k w As any establishment in Varna earnestly his Public generally to Ives Beloro Purchase in in be no doubt but ample Given both to Price y goods. English american Miami a invisible Green Brownd Wool dyed Black it Wool Dye Black single mined splendid of. At nets assorted Colon and. Yets double backed must it other vesting dressed dressed Uriab Hack dotted and figured clot i Ling ipod Cash Buffalo mole drillings Nepka scripts uck Iii Luijs Cottons i stripes of various for e veils furniture Laper table cloths Black is Quillings Jace Assort Stocky cellars bosom. It a fancy ribbons. Cap. A i t gum suspenders Cotton mask table cloths silk dress handler 1s, Bead bags arid Pur Duck counter Urr laps canvass pad i Ted Jawn together with nent of Domestic sticking bleach bids six Bales cd Candle 000 yes. Of ingrain carpeting 1 sorts of away Down East s assortment Fla Diego a acts artificial flow id umbrellas. A fur double rim d 11 and midshipman qualities. Tines Oil paints and White Lead no. 1 a hints of All descriptions need Perm online Copal in Horne Glass 8 by 10, 16, 12 by 18, 16 5, can in Wall paints i camels hair Bazert l brushes. Sort mint not generally j knives docket. Scissors shears s leap and punch ply err us cars Cuje braced proved Paten single and doubt ice single and in socket framing Chis a sorted Bright Auger. Braces and sad Irons Bell Mattle "1, saw Mill Al shift my Compass veneering saws cast All description Sand Crews of every s knobs and Candle Iron Candle Sticks Eji bolts shoe and gras8 and scythe stones and round if Soots. Lemens of every series. May be found Fol r n. 0, , ered sugar. Cogings Here in f. H. Site printed and published every wednesday of. P. Be yearly , so not paid within vol. 9. Wednesday october 14, 1840. Whole no. 113. The Tioga Copty a from the Ohio s Talesman. The Gold spoons. The following letters will certainly conditions. shame upon the Cheeks but the whigs. A Are paid but at the of every Man who Mayy Lay Tho slight Linued until All arrearage a Are paid option of the publisher. making not a Square Vil be inserted three times for Oki , and fir try subsequent insertion Twenty five cents bar scr advertisements charged in the same pro or tint Thane exceeding six lines will be cuff Trad q Square j and those making six lines Vita three times for seventy Jive and 183-4 Tim Ifor every time after. The Price for one in three inter Tom the same a Liberal reduction to those who advertise the year in from the magician. We fear not. The friends of Van Duron Aro trembling in their at the Prospect before says a Federal newspaper before us. Our answer. Koar do by hasten in not for As Woc tand film Mountain Rook or oak8 that the wilderness to fear not e in the earthquake Aback. Call Back the word to Coward slaves for by our father s sacred Graves and by the Fields whereupon they like them we d die while fearing . Our Cante is democratic troth Povio As Tho Virgin stripes that o or Freedom s everlasting youth and to Polosa As the soldiers grave. Then let our Only motto our country cause and Liberty our nation and our nation s Laws Thori Jehu of cause Foo Adak drop of Coward known to Circle through on reins let it come Forth from every pore or bind traitor fast in chains for who would stoop to semis bands or who would touch a Coward s hands w ask no favors Bogoly free in spirit Froe in thought in dear not while the Eagle s flight is apr suit to the throne of Keaven Good our cause is right and Fie tory to the just is Given. Then by the of our Fame yes by our country and its name Earth by sea by Star and Sun Woll until Tho Violor s won. A hard cider Melody. Tkel Aji Rosenf the whig loafers left singing Alono All his pot Toaso companions arc Fudd Lod and gone. No Flower of his Kindred no rum Blo Eoin nigh. With a song at lips and a drop in his oyo. I la not la Avo Tho thou Pine on Ike Stem since Ara go snore govt with them. I Lay a soft Plank Cath thy where the Montot of Tho Cabin lie hard cider dead. So soon May i follow when the whigs All decay Anil no cider is Ltd us to moisten out Clay when the whig Aaro All withered and hard Eprief gone of who Wood inhabit this log Cabin alone w i est claim to Honor if he has in any Way aided in circulating Ogle s lies that president Van Boren purchased spoons. Letter from the solicitor of the Treasury. Washington july dear answer to your in Quiry whether president Van Buren has purchased Gold spoons 4-c., i enclose a letter to the Register of the Treasury. There is not the least foun Dation for the article of the kind has been purchased either of Gold or gilded or of Silver or since his inauguration. You will see a Tol Lerable full explanation of the matter in the speech of the Hon. Lev Lincoln a whig and chairman of the committee in reply to or. Ogle who Mada the speech is published in he vat Iona intelligencer of yesterday. There is a Good Deal of Trumper about the president s much All that has been accumulated since Washington s time. These spoons which you say judge Mclean states he has seen were purchased by or. Monroe himself and afterwards sold to Congress. They Are the same articles which judge Rife lean often used when Post master Genor Al at president Adams tableland which then May have looked like Gold. If he could fee them now after sixteen years he would prefer Gen. Harrison s Silver spoons to his judgment would be reversed on this Point by every Man of sense in Ohio. You May make any use of this letter you please. Had i time i would re ply to several other tories started by Ogle equally destitute of foundation. I suppose he would have charge. Or. Van Buren with purchasing Mrad ams old billiard table had not Gener Al Jackson ordered it premises when he went into the House. He might have done so with the same propriety that he charged him Vav Thall the shrubbery that was planted in that Gar Den by order of Congress under a for Mer president yours resp fitfully m. Birchard. To s. Medary Esq. York and he must be elected or Liberty is seriously endanger in this country. Vye submit the following estimate to slow How much we can give and then is. In this estimate the the states admitted by prom the a Arusta age. J f Geon. Democracy t us work is Wor thy of thy the same spirit air jetties through the a 1 considerate calculators of All parties to be certain for the opposing 1789, by 6yed the 2d of Greorge Wash and the Federal Iri their attacks upon first Secretary of the Treasury and the great pation of fund Monger ing de racism and aristocracy and getting Back to the original purpose of the Tice under it. General Harrison though the gentle Man above alluded to assured us that he would lose that state. We do not believe new York or Ohio ten Nessee doubtful but for tha argument we will put Thorn so and show How a Plain liable will swamp the whigs states certain. For Van Buren. For Harrison. New Vermont 7 Massachusetts 14 Connecticut 8 Rhode Island 4 South Delaware 3 Georgia Kentucky 15 1 Indiana. 5 60 Urei to receive and keep the moneys of 10 United states and o disburse the same he shall it All time s submit to the Secretary of the treas i by sip the or either of then Tea inspection of Tho moneys in his hands. T a following Isle thut Ieth Section of the same act sic. 30. And. Be it further enacted duties and fees to be de the virtue of this act shall be received in Gold and Silver Coin Only. It will that the act of establish a Treasury approved by Mai tin Van buren3 on the fourth of jul of 1805, and Are of t in is hic materials the very w Riler of the Bast assaults upon been selected u his right hand Man and now acts As the Organ of his confidential commit we like your we can t accommodate you. You want us to provide Plain for the readers of thomis Jefferson Lias our bulletin Board Ana cigars for their by Gen. Hantson As Comfort. Well Sac you hanged first votes Shan t have to Wail very Long and then won t. R a is he or is he no Tain May our country be it Rcd with War pestilence and famine bather ban a military chieftain i Shou d be elected on Pray Tell us Whit is general Garris we pause for a reply Fra 115 tigers of the that Martin Stales doubtful for argument Sake. Van Buren in recommending and a 10 the system is Only doing just 42 what the father of his country did and 21 that now in establishing this system 15 we Are Only changing practices silently 8 introduced Fay Alexander 15 the first Secretary of the Treasury and 5 the great Patron of fund mongering be 3 feral ism and aristocracy and getting Back to the original purpose of the Coil 19 Stit ution and the origin ill practice under it. 1840, is identical in principle with the act approved on the second of sep democratic nations tember 1789, by George Washington Independent Treasury by is a 6 the Good plan of the new York j Ohio Tennessee new Jersey North Carolina Louisiana Michigan come and go boys Are Tery different Standard. Very when the Gallant defended fort Sandusky and led his 150 men to Tho conflict to said come Harrison How exclaimed go and remained Nino the very i letter from the. Register of the i Treasury. Treasury department Register s office july 28, 1840. J with your re quest 1 have examined the accounts the furniture of Tho president s House Ami find that no Public Money has been expendc.1 by the present president in the Purchase of Gold or of gilded knives Forks spoons 4-c. I am respectfully sir your obedient serv t. T. L. Smith. It would be an act of super rotation to say another word after there is not an honest Man party but feels indignant at this addition Al outrage upon propriety and truth of the Federal party to deceive and mis Lead As they suppose the but the people Are not tools yet no not even All the whigs if their leaders Are a congregated mass of imprudent impostors. N elec the presidential Tion. Trio whigs says the Newt York courier and enquirer confidently state Ijar Busy himself even in conversation that a letter had been received m that about the presidential election nor thus appears from the most in Favorito aspect the presidential ques can be made to assume that Van Buren must be where is the Man so hardened and reckless unless the most desperate whig As to deny that he will get the states ranged under his name the electoral vote of these states is. 115. 148 is necessary to a Choice. Well if or. Van Buren can secure from among doubtful states thirty three Electo ral votes Liis election s accomplished. This is the worst View for the administration in which the subject can be placed Aid yet or. Van Buren will carry arts we confidently claim for lion the great plates of Ohio and new York and Tennessee will most Assur edly vote for him new Jersey Mich Igan North Carolini and Louisiana Are More doubtful but even they will be warmly contested and May vote Tor or. Van Buren. General Harrison cannot Becj certain of Moru then 60 elec Toijala votes with reasonable Prospect ofj3l More making in All ,01, and Short of an election 57. Well where arc those votes to come from suppose he were to. Carry new York he want 15 to elect him and it would re quire the vote of Tennessee alone or Georgia and Mississippi together to make up the deficiency. Suppose he were to lose new York and carry Ohio Only then it would not be in the Power of Georgia and missis Sippi to elect him. For the life of us we cannot see Why the whigs brag Boa stand bluster Afler All they will be beaten and woefully of the states we have put Down As doubtful and we have done so for the argument Only we ask is it not More probable that or. Van la urn will get 33, general Harrison 88, the respective numbers necessary to elect indeed we do not believe he stands arty Chance for More than 31 electoral votes put of All these states. 1 or. Van Buren does not particular to spread it from Maine Georgia. That if every democratic voter n the i sued states goes to the polls and easts his vote Wiir distinguished president Martin Van be re Eleele by. A much larger majority Han to received in 1836. It is through apathy the democratic party in be Defeated. Arouse theh in Vale ind in Glen and be t no Man however Lur Uble stay at put fire he Back of every democratic 1 March to the polls not singly and a one but in battalions and regiments May by corns one come come As the Mountain wind comes in its path i when the tempest hath roused it from sleep omea3 Tho comes in its Wrath when Tho storm spirit frowns on the first Andrew Miller. I i j and Joshua Isaac win ters warm Gray. Joseph for . I Bucks Johp Davis. Wayne Pike and Monroe John West Brook. And peer Newhard. Berks George m. Keim. And Lebanon Valentine Hummel St Ioir. Gerry. And Franklin Daniel Sheffer. The British coach. The trumped of Federal falsehood it respecting or. Van Huron s British coach has More Tion in feet thai Ono whig Story in a thousand that an have put in circulation against our Republican Arnini stration. The coach in question was made by a British whig in new Haven there a therefore some pro Nefy in calling it a British the Faker or. James Bro Stef v now a candidate for Federal whig in that states British vastly Correct try Esain Hipes. Dominion. Look and Fine following was lately sent to the Celebration by our worthy president Martin Van Buren. It breathes the True spirit of the first Friend of the Wor King Man n the nation. The working is to society what the mainmast is to the the great troth has finally gone Forth to All the ends of the Earth that Man shall no More Render account to Man for his belief Over which he himself has no control. Henceforward Noth ing shall prevail upon us to Praise or to blame any one for that which he can no More change than he can the Hue of his skin or the height of his lord Brougham. , Perry mid Juniata we. S Ramsey. Come Huntingdon Federal there is not a Mifflin and Clarion Andrew Porter whig who does in private Wilson. Express unmeasured disgust at the Low fifteenth Columbia and Benj. A. By clock. On and Lycoming John Slider. Seventeenth Tioga Bradford que Hanna Mckean and Dimock or. Eighteenth Somerset Bedford and Cambria Joseph inti hot. Uni sus Means unscrupulous falsehoods of that dirtiest of All Federal tools Ogle. Yet they zealously in spreading the of Durer of this degraded creature through Wuo out the country and exult in the Hope Potter Davis the Are groveling enough to be moved by his miserable Globe. Nineteenth Westmoreland and in a Jahrand. Aad Greene Isaac is now the whig motto t Means that if the Bank aristocrats can Only Tho Puoplo out of Power they their nails so they can never regain it. The idea conveyed by the whigs that the resident can make times hard is too Ridick 3n3 to be laughed at. Oonea hot every one now that if to wished to effect his own re elec on that he had better make times As flourish is As possible. C Ianurr twentieth Enos Twenty fast Washington Leet. Allegheny Ham Wilkins. Twenty third butter Armstrong and William Jack. A Twenty fourth Beaver Mer cer n. Petterman. Wil Plain truth. The Richmond enquirer can make the federalists More angry than by the truth fact every Woid of it Yon cannot More readily Call Down their malediction and fury than by a True Aad simple statement of facts. That says the same journal for the estimation in which democratic journals Gener ally Are held by awol the owners of the steam ship Brit Twenty fifth Erie cat word be ish Queen and president have resolved Nango Warren and Clar Onil Arnold Plutner. The present delegation stands 17 democrats 11 federalists. Not to include liquors hereinafter m the Price of passage. They adopt the n Congress hotel plan and furnish liquors when called for. 1805 and Independent Treasury. The following a the fourth Section Ogle s speech on Spooner it seems federalism of 1840. Whig opinion of general Harrison. The Northampton Gazette publish and rial military ref i Ren will certainly get the vote of the United states. Aud permits them to suitors witnesses Are also required to be and attend said court and not depart with out leave. Given under my hand and seat at Wellsborough this 4th Day of August an-1 no one thousand eight fort i John Waklee by Alexander i h newspaper

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