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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 20, 1838, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIt for tale by Nichols. Be received in e. A. N. Corners assortment of St in Phila y last which to As s hotel where o execute in a Good All kinds of work n reasonable notice and Ling be equal to any n to give him a fair in the chaos does rss of their r1flk e shortest notice. Mes Kelly. S Reward. So Inghel. S place on thurs gust a Man Cal clock and East he had press for about three k with him about North of Gold and manners a Good e feet ten inches hair about in Good style re which will be asters As a wed s Reward will be Iston Ami Dej very ties of this Palace. Nichols i k1mball. 1838. Q 3 bequest. Creary of the Treasu i Vermes m the Globe that the Money be is Smithson Esq., of Institute in thru City ing to about half a i a expected be la by an act passed directed to id Vest the a bearing interest at live per cent an to rec Eure promo h sve of to ii of new Hamp by his daughter tester 16th ult. On Hll Igent shall Bear hand shall be in and published p. Magill triumphant refutation of the Stone breaker slanders. On lie. 15th August 1820i called on or. Porter then managing at Sligo setting to him the urgency of my situation he advanced to me on the us paid a Advance or of paid i i i i be j the usual rates no Toni received for a until All arrearage Are Pai i out at sine on Uoo of the publisher. A Orff letters relay five to the of the Ana at imagination bodies the form if things unknown the poet i pen tarns them to ladies Gar and the sons to the hebrew Maiden. By mrs hebrew Maiden vein thy Beauty lest my heart a rebel pros breaking Bonds of holy for the Silken chains of e. Look not me Sweet deceiver though thy Young eyes bpm with Light they might tempt a True believer to the darkest shades of n get. Hebrew Maiden while i linger hanging o or thy melting every chord beneath thy Finger wakes a pulse that Shoult. Be mute. We must part and part foremen eyes that could my life renew lips that mine could cling to Ever hebrew Maiden now Adieu said last Bond he agreeing to wait for my. Owens statement. It till could be collected out of the have read the affidavits of the that in May is21, he two Stonebreaker with much astonish George davl8 woo to be re Oisiu it a Quad be raised qu1 of said ment on the 24jipf july last i gave f Bond land h j John my Stonebreaker swears that he never re a Ong with John Stone cent for breaker for r. Porter in the an de m it Ren. Year 1818. And although lazily Given f gum reflect j Tion find any engr in it but it seems p necessary for the cause of truth that 1 r should to More ulv into some of the t r Ioie a. I a. Ai Iuliu t _ in tie Spring of 1815, Stonebreaker details of the mater. Want to the West to see Njma friends. I on the Day of 1818, think be said a brother. He said he John Stonebreaker and myself went would i go by Beaver and Borg Iri the into a judgment Bond with d. R. Por a Ance of the Money and hat we Ter As his surety for the amount of an then Settle and see How Jie mat execution against him in the hands of Ter stood Between us. When he return p. Gwen then sheriff to be paid on however he waved the master and the 1st april 1819, at which time the declined giving me an account of what debt interest and Cost amounted to and has never to this Jav told g 00. A week or after me he has received considerably More wards Stonebreaker came to me and than jigs share of the expressed much uneasiness about the having transferred his property of his matter and said that his friends were brother in Law Archibald Hutchinson fearful that Porter would be Able most Eie Arfy and y to de to raise the Money and that we1 would fraud me Anci the rest of his creditors be brought into trouble. I told him i j Nave never thought it Worth while to had great Faith in Porter s integrity bring a suit against him j his Energy and untiring Industry and that there was no i could not satisfy him on this score and at his request we went to or. Porter and St 11 repeating his doubts and Porter went and got the title papers or two tracts of land in Beaver county saying that one of the tracts containing 500 acres was mortgaged to the Huntingdon Bank but not for near its that he. As to the statement of Young John h. S on breaker it i is a pal Sable Absurdity on the face of it. There never a division of the Bonds a tween father and me. He never saw the to Beaver to see he the hebrew Maide s answer. I Christian Soldier must we lever1 does thy Creed our fates Liy Ide 1 most we and part foretell shall another be thy Brice 1 spirits of my fathers sleep tog be who once in Zion trod i heaven s mysterious coun no keeping Tell me of the the god 1 i is the Cross of Christ the Token of a saving Faith to mar can my Early vows be broken1 spirits answer me can. All the blessed with him Tod ran Neer be saved without him believe thy god Beauty. Tis not i4rm% exquisite the Silken curl s voluptuous flow the Lingl biome a etching Eye tote White hands and snowy by cart Hajje Beautiful that fades the Cloud of Dun we Reh Withers at the touch of time like Flowers beneath a burning sun1 what Are the charms so boasted of a parting a form whose Graceful lineaments conceal too Oft tire Hean of guile a vain and vacant smile May play on Rosy lip and dimpled the Eye May brightly glance yet give no Token of a mind within. But a the undying mind hath holier Beauty of i a a Charm that liners on to bless when outran loveliness hath flown. Aye lingers when the Cheek is Pale and care hath dimmed die Eye of mirth unaltered by the Frost of Ime or changing circumstance of Earth. Memory what is life a Little Bloom i i Street looks and Convene Sweet beguile. Anon the winding Sheet and All that s left of Bloom and smile. Abou. My heart Green memories Zurong of Joys that Chilom tarried there poor heart Tho Bould a. Not keep them lose As winged dreams they winged were one who when the Sun goes Down still lingers on the West shaping the Shady clouts to Crown some Tirion of the dreamer s breast. So i in memory s cd amt sky do shape and fashion things a Bright and build Bowen Bat seem to lie beyond the reach of woe and night. Action. I have no recollection of it. He t must Lave been a Mere Chile and it but not or near its value and that he. To me improbable Fiat expected to sell the other 200 acre should come Qto a office to see things of the kind trans amount of our 1 ability to and Tolu us to certainly the whole comm keep those to make Safe. I Tekl b me it when r Stonebreaker to take them and keep that Here where John them and make his mind easy for that b r and by character Are known 1 cared nothing about them. I believe Cement will not injure any one. Or. Porter deposited an order 3r understood tint the 500 assignment of an execution in tie before mentioned As shortly hands of the Senff of county b the sheriff of Beaver and another and 4 it in by it. Orbison Small claim on some one else which i president of6the Huntingdon Bank cannot recollect Tell rag us at the same Statem font of old or. Stone break time there was but h tie Hope of get 3 an entire my Stakic about the mat. Ting any thing out . In Novena j absolutely untrue in nearly her following or. Porter at our re maternal facts of the Dase. He went we Caver county and in repeatedly told me Imra rious armed us had sold he 200 acre since the that he tract to Kiddo and Alexander Porter As a for payment of breathed he hag t6 be at april Joe of the 1819, and the reside in three equal Menf and of payments to be made in april 1820, f to to do business and when 2 and All me nest Tofi dance and management of brought the receipt of James , say Tion. He said Porter was amongst the Best friends he was the Means of Sang him and his family from Many difficulties and t lat he Al ways or. Porter at the time of fails misfortunes in business was very Muc i wronged and treated. He has overhand Over again told me at diff believe. If there was an honest Mlan on Earth it was David a Porter. He has continued to express Hind Elf in the above manner to me until since or. Por Ter s nomination for governor. He certainly has never expressed any Opin Ion to the contrary until his son John was appointed a Boss on the canal. T i have also known his son John h. Stonebreaker since he was a boy and i feel persuaded that too Man who does know him knows any1 Good of him. Since these am davits have made their appearance the a perfect laughing Stock in the Neighbord where they nobody them. It appears to me that thai o d Man s mind is much impaired of late and being completely under he control of his sons he could lot Well be in worse hands. I i i old John Stonebreaker has frequently spoken to me about the claim of David very often and in every conversation on tie subject until since his son j Ohn s appointment As a Boss on the Cabal be said that he had considered m Murtrie had wronged or. Porter and had got More of or. Porter than was coining to him. And in a i the conversation i Ever had with old John Stonebreaker until very recently and since the canal appoint ment o Pis son he spoke o the integ very Best terms. I William Hopkins. F Anlyn township aug. 23, 1838. some expenses barred if. or the of the but that he had Confidence in or. Poor s that he would pay hut that he Tiad not called on i Neyer heard or. Stonebreaker foes top Alp Porter s honesty until has beets attacked of Caw 4the statement of fact in a report made by _ in a committee to the people his son John As a f the canal but always before we tace state Tye Ogorer has heart him speak in very High term of it irom the balance of the or. Porter and of his uprightness of committee pee liar object of character. 1 vituperation is 4o" hra1 i have the of John the in there Ortof Stone Ireaker and his son John h. I Central committee were Faro ubed firmly believe that every dist ersted Nat. Jug treasurer but Aie Mann the neighbourhood look Upan a Public documents made them with pity Asi they Are not con wife legislative acts Side red entitled to any weight. Reek Ink Maccou Natol departments 1 heard John Stonebreaker say not treasurer not been Able More than three week since that Hia rec acne t with that a Keavy son John h. Was about to years of age. Whid should Prevac the breast be then said in the course of the same of b a office to bring Down conversation that he was perhaps some his office to the Arena of party thing More that he did a what May be the i he War Wai by the 9enti" know. Daniel h t. W11. Ments of the auditor general and Secre Franklin Toad ship aug. 24, 1838. Commonwealth in prostituting the Idi Znitko their offices to political disinterested evidence. The treasurer has nothing we ask attention to the subjoined he ieave8 them to recon i e that testimony As to the character of be own nera Porter. It comes from one of his warmest opponents or. Dunlop who Tyg Gurer Dap Osetto is Well known Here Lis one of the con be controversy offi members of the late Ketora w not hesitate to stand Dom a warm and decided to contained in the report of Liti Conj but one however who does not j j committee either As Premit party feelings to. Warp his sense Commonweal a or As a of Justice or compel him1 to stand tame but As the Central y by when slander is let Loose upon Amper competent to one politically opposed to him. A Tes tha official organs of gov. Atom alike this is of More weight p atom efstration he subject than a Swigon Load of such false and of Tfaye a tag treasurer infamous affidavits As those which the Lea the m4tter to be More reckless of the Ritner party Are b Daniel Sturgeon. I have heard John Stonebreaker frequently sped of David r. Porter and his mis Lomnes in Iron business on Spruce Creek and always heard him speak in very High of or. Porter s honesty Anc the honest manner in which he had discharged his those Ritner party Are now inundating the state to their own infamy and to the disgrace of Pennsyl Vania. The course of the Ritner office holders however As shown in this As in other instances is Awakening the indignation even of of Weir own friends i truth will prevail. The second of March the was read in the Pennsylvania. I 1 by tile Senate and horse i of represent drives in general a use mealy a the Banks of this com he is that he thought that attempts had been made to wrong lira. Since Man Porter s nomination or governor we have not heard him speak on the subject i old or. Stonebreaker is becoming somewhat feeble and we have read wit much astonishment his affidavit and Well from various circumstances As from his repeated declarations with regard to the honesty of d. heretofore we certainly think that he never c Ould have such an affidavit without the Aid of undue influence. His son John pretends in his affidavit to detail matters which by his own statement Are said to have taken place the of lowing Teir Momal from a zealots and prominent opponent of the Mon wealth resume specie pay democratic party and their candidate Meir son or before the 16lh a strides at tie Root of the base and false next and shall continue to slanders fabricated by the office their liabilities Gold of Suver pita against general Porter. Jsmes Dun the next meeting of the legislature or lop Esq. Is a resident at Cham Shal forfeit heir Charters. Ber Burl and was elected by the oppo 3n agreeing to this Resolution sit Ion to the Reform convention. In Cardwell Carpenter frail admit into the fact mentioned in the article from the Franklin Myers Porter Rogers Bangston Tei seraph we have carefully examine r Slenker All democrats de the of the meeting and opposed to Ritner voted in favor referred to which were by of resold Jon and an Early test hip Dunlop and not one word appears Tion of specie payments Calinst the private character of general Barclay Case Casset Porter what a rebuke this in to the frail Fullerton Harper in reckless and f daring desperation of the Vin James m Conkey Miller off fee holders and their hired editors Pearson be Irose Purviance Sterret and bribed perjured witnesses i in Strohm and Burden All supporters of Rouerto be certain of this Statem text Ritner and the United states Bank we deferred noticing it until we had voted again the resumption of specie to examine the Riner payments. Esq. And an assignment was made on the receipt of or. Allison for the three of fast Bonus. The Ca curation was made by 6eo. Finding that the Bonds reduced to their Cash value and deducting attorney s fees Tor collection would fall Short of the amount we were liable for Stonebreaker seemed unwilling to go away with out Means were provided for that deficiency and also for the expenses of go ing to Beaver for the Money and asked or. Porter for the Bond which became due in 1823. To this or. Porter seemed unwilling and endeavoured to assure Stonebreaker that he would make up the deficiency in some Way or other and said that he wanted this last Bond to go to George Davis for Money he had think he said borrow rid to pay John Emigh. Stonebreaker still appearing dissatisfied or. Porter threw Down the Bond saying there let Stonebreaker and Owens be first paid and Davis you must will raise the Money for you some Day or when the assignment was about being made on the Bond i observed that As i was about to leave the that i have known More than Twenty years and have had the most ample Opportunity of know ing i most unhesitatingly do that in the Long course of our lives i have never known no to be i slanders never heard of till a nomination Are to be believed then i know of no Man in the Range of my acquaintance who can escape. Every Man who mows me knows Well that i never i interfere in elections and the Only Mot be for my appearance before the Public at this time is to Advance the truth and Shie d the character of one who i have pity were sorry a Are our neighbors As we firm y believe Leac themselves As instruments for the Pur poses for which th.3se affidavits Wei a procured. Their affidavits by whoever procured Are not considered entitled to credit and certain y cannot be believed by any who hive any of the circumstances and certainly inconsistent with their often repeated declarations. In jul slice to the cause of truth we Are constrained to state our firm belief that the matter stated in those affidavits Are very generally considered As haying been manufactured since the appointment of John h. Stone breaker As a Boss or. The canal. Martin Gates Richard that paper has arrived and although edited by the Register of that county it docs not appear to contradict this statement of the Telegraph which is now Given at length without Contra diction. Read it go the rounds. Penn. Whoa addressed of David from the James Dunlop the meeting of to r. Porter at tuesday evening last took occasion to remark that he believed the democratic candidate for governor David r. Por Ter was an honest and Good Man who paid All his honest debts and that the slanderous articles now circus throughout the state against his i honesty an character were Bil the better regulation of the providing that the Banks should resume specie payments on the 16th of March last passed the House of representatives a vote of every Democrat voting in of the resumption of specie payments on Thi 16th of Ritner Man but two voting against it and in favor of Shi plasters. Iat in 1819, year David r. Porter Okas broke n up by a Dishon est partner he was elected to the legis lature by the people of Huntingdon county because they knew to in t to be adj nest. His major Birmingham August 31, 183s. To the Public. 1, Attu political opponent Vicinti u spread far and wide particularly a or 7 Thoice have in a measure 1820 i have lately read the statement of 1838, in which he stated that he bought those John h. Stonebreaker and his father the Mcmurtrie attempting to 1881 John Stonebreaker with Surprise and wrong or. Porter. He spoke of hav arid wicked astonishment i live the nex neighbor eng been subpoenaed As a witness or or. A Union to John Stonebreaker and within one being a witness and Sam that from what by to Porter dem r Young fed to re Young 1l a Porter Smith 153, 161. S 140 a breaker alone and that he and Davis being there together the balance could be by him assigned to Davis it was accordingly assigned to after which being done the whole of the other securities previously left with Stonebreaker were returned to or. Porter and Here lies one of the great mistakes in the old Man s they were left with him until the 6th Day of january 1819, and were on that Day Given up again to or. Porter and not after his Faure. Him for the last fifteen is in the habit of coming Down very frequently and talking to me. I think he Kas been More in the habit of talking to me than to other person. We have had Many and repeated conversations about David r. Porter about has Basi and about All his Vicissitudes in Lifet John Stonebreaker has frequently told me All Abott Hia or. M he then also stated that or. Porter was As Fine a Man As Ever was on Spruce Creek. I have frequently heart John sign breaker speak of divid r. Porter Aid always heard he speak in the Highes if Tennis 6f Mac. Porr Ter until since break on thai canal West of Huntingdon. I Heird him speak of his having gone Security j or. Porter. Be lately that toe f Ore the Ipi buc for rectitude honest purpose than scoffers and Sera of their fellow men whom they w jew not personally More particularly their Tel such we would Sny remember thou Bear false witness again thy neigh Bota a change lot 1157 tie senatorial District for which Gen. Ritzey in bad. 1 majority of i avid re Forter bad Twenty of thus making a change of spa Fri
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