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fcXOUIE, HAVING BEEIV USED UP BY
, THE MASONIC WUICIS.
To Harrisburg, on a Blooded
Horse, to take his Seat as
Governor of Pennsylvania
Thaddems Stevens Mmii MmS,
Figure 1 stands for Gettysburg 2 for Waynesborough
Tunnel COO feel long 6 Steven's Jren Works.
-3 for Ripples' Tavern 4 for Hugh's Rolling Mill 5
That we can prove that Gov. Ritnet's
Officeholders in Mifflin county paid a no-
against D. R. Porter, and that what this
miserable degraded wretch has sworn to
is infamously false and untrue.
That J. Donnald. who sworn tht TV i?
Porter advised Wm. Dorrit to take exorM
own him! lie is another of youi SWEAR
ERS. Look at John II. Sloncbrakcr! Peruse
the absurd and ridiculous tale which was
mtmlinsprl hv n TinBS.RHtp'nn tlin TPnnirn (
'W, Imnilmn tiMJililll who wnnltl mnlcnllin null.
thlldood what never lianben'ed ami' wlmj'
to the Batlsfaction.of an unbiased publict
, , j i iriia
tie is scarcely jjomj capable of undent ami
...1.. cmrni Tin Vi . w .
Look at them. nt ' W'Z, " aa.KO "? "c ' bonds in
;,inr,- , - 'fa--""-i.icii oi i-Cnn- "uiiiiiiguon county wincli never had been
g'SLtf ft Slack I,iSt il Huntingdon county: who fs proven guly
oT T t? ; d ?nd i,Car'.leSS "fficeholiSri of several equally gross and palpable faE
of Joseph Ritnef, and if your case-har. hoods: wl.hsn nVi,,M,r c,P a',SC
, " ' . ' ' aened obduracy doe nm i,' ... .7: ' "" . ' ",ai
lanuccsas me guarman ot certain minor souls every srMinn r .T uur " ... CI aracicr ls Known his slate-
ohildren-aud Iho two Stonebrakers-ara llZFZETn?!?, will not injure any one 1'' He is a
Wampus liar,, and have been proven such -Aoomnon.Vblff Z"" "Vfh f the public
m.of an unbiimeil mMin. lhe drunken, besotted. t!01,al t,M-r. f 'r,, u ri . ut-ai,cral "ce
l twuiiwiiiui, iiiiu in mvnr nr inn ... " w .ruui iviulvsx' ilcs us in np uma 1 i .
dbctrhlesdf.Abolitioriism, which, if carried anoTe on tLi InbUo wSi. YnhM Wn SfN' a,ld tho arts persuasions, ' a
into .fl-.c byJos-ph-nUner-arid his asaoct one of you. Ldok-look " nW H of """P and desP.rate officeholders
to Abolitionists; would tuni- looe every Look, too at her son I Read, neain the indueed to f 1 ' ?r "S Ulage' was
Southern bv A.hrin .... Z affidavits you ma,iA fi: a?a,,n',t!le e?. t0 SNVea.r melf a villain-Io
horrors of intestine war. J; J ?,S i0'r JRead the words J'"" P"t d declarations from the year 1810 E,
That ean proye that., Joseph ititne, T feSS'K KfttoM'- 0
has created more Bankinrr canital in .1 vBar, an industrious. Sohr t l S ie 18 U,RE.-h'8 own hecmpt 1-Who-but
than all tha other Governors since the year g j fa- he erimInVi!SXof ants can u KtnJoVhb bhsted rfSST
jeoo.and con.eqUent,yi. the Shinplaster ffif Jt 3"? S.tS 1".", 01
MOTCmor' ' You naid him forVwo; vr"":rr w;,"T:v," 0U"neana remorse?
- , Li" t 7 "'B. iwuuaniue- uooKimauv at Jem JUc)nnU n
A. "uakh zt Mlh Jm WUnTJ ! V' 1,10 affidavit which you m lufac ured
fhat we dan prove that Ritner'Oflicfe- 1 Vlf 0 Liwn, for him, knowing that, witli a ha JrSS
bolder, procured an Irishman by the name XTteXoSodtiaSl'S W?U,d
of James Donnald, who MURDERED cd creatures. Bilk ' JlilnZ l ?"' quire Snare, Deputy Collect of the
Patrick McGafy. of ShirleVilU. , notorious, swottE ae rt " 7' r, S .' L" .'..u".0' ' "u""., , A X THING that
-.J ' 0 h . f ,,Bn - ,r.r " " - yucon u wmejanu inen go to Shirlevs
r Br.:"ram miamous dd le.' otabl " ' e'"n' "urSandak who murdered Patrick Mc
imsenooos against Uav,U U. Porter. WOuld swear is unworthy 0f bXf fci VT' ""'P t!lB PoPIe, if. yoti
Toe the mark, you Woolly-headedPeggy oath : who could S SLelf Shh can, from making thft inquiry, and, if you
D.attymen! We want this bet in par- fd . .on the banK KSL'iSek htSSS?''""1 ?k
W-dar. e darkness of the niehl.id S r.S"! -!?!'Ver h name am6ne8t
, down an lionesi unnm.i; ? ' ua 0""0'c" '
H" .-r frn,n w.'n. ":.""'u i ficso are the WITNESSES nf ii,. ,1
HSirailon. 1 hesn nrn Tt. i. ..
- ucamica up-
wriose credibility the officeholders of
RldTl RIOT!! RIOT!!!
mer frnm it , 6 "c'"yr- 1 PCSO ar
r. .. . : -j-.-... ooiiiiiu hi iuu on wnosn crrtiihtmn r u-i.t -
, inHali.ax.theoflieersuponttieWiscon, KmrlfeW hang all tneir'L cs oFss
iscoi-eeuer, with about o'no hundred and perjury on l is 80.,T 1,5. ' i T " "?u VesPeraus cause "vain hope ! ! But it is
fifty imnortftdlalmrflrj mn,i..,i .u ' J .7n n,s.soulnas crawled over tho lie issue il,nv ,.,i. S i . , 11 .
poilsJoke into t,,;Vo'o occl ly Z IZZ rT. t,liSC' "d
election board, threw the donstablc, clerkc, -Look at him ! Take him m J, inordlB! rthc, cr"lurers-by whom it is vainfy
fndlV.mld0OI Hois a nt ins; "?:edto Wt th. efictar of an honcsX
uua au suaucrca ine voles in the SUeet, bolical purposes. ' ' "l"'S . ffu nonoraoie man ! ! i-koven to bo
nd proceeded to hold an illegal election ! Look at Zamuel StUrxeori T?,l it- 8 I "3 V" n?,8hb.d acquaintan-
aho.Iemoera sallwilhdrew.fodayanum. absurd tale you S in Sy moU,h "f'f who "ftnoa. i.W-whenever
her of the rioters were taken rtto ctiMody. Rad ifffirv!?. r r e m,0.u,,,,'" they have had an oppOrtunitV at tin- hJ
another III on nephew-lhat he hi .:; i- . ':!. " F0"" v the severest
' them go
, , ""n iwutnuu Li 1 n
people a money upon the venal and Hri.
ciouB-rUpon Hah, 'and felons-, and prosti
tutes, and murderers I Let them nilo affi
davit upon affidavit 1 They will soon learn
mat iney are in mc nanu oi a iruinioving,
a righteous community,whbn thoyfind Ihem
selves indignantly hurled from power, and
infamy with their infamous tools 1 Advo
OLD JOHN STONE DRAKER
In Franklin township, Huntingdon coun-
... T:n. l.n.l 1 nfl mn:n:. in 1
1 n l vtttiArn 4 li rt nnli.mitannin tfnla ifl nlltrnTfa
two to one, the Ititnerites, to give credence
STONEBRAKER for Inspector, dnd poll
ed EVRRY VOTE THEY COULD
RAISE. HE WAS BEATEN TWENTY-FIVE
VOTES. Thus has the verdict
of his neighbors been rendered against him
on the charge of falsehood and inoial per-
Jur . . . .
In fhi tntvnbhirt I .on I'nrtnr fnrmftflv
resided and received every vote but ono for
member of assembly. His old neighbors
although anti-masons iiave again borne tcs-
lllUUIiy IU JUS liUMJbl Y, L'AI'AUIU uuu in
Tui ivrvifvn tfnirn ao Aft?. ?Prnlli
honor, and justice will be triumphantly sus-
THE SLANDERERS OF GEN. POR
TER AGAIN SHRINKING FROM
A FAIR INVESTIGATION.
The banditti of calumniators who arc
endeavoring to blacken the character of Gen
Porter, shrink lrom 'the light' ot truth, as
an owl docs from the light of tho sun ! It
tina lint lost Ailmlal flint itinv HoprnioA n lM.
tcr to prevent an investigation of their ca
i !..: :.. .... r t w t. .v
1UU1I1JUS, ill a wuiv ui juaiiuc ( vv v iiuvc
another instance still more cowardly and
A committee of Ritncr mon, and a com
miltee of Porter mon, came here on Mon
day, from Schuylkill county, to investigate
the charges against Gen. Porter, under a
positive and solemn agiccmcnt that if the
charges was severally taken up and exam
ined, proved to be true, tho Porter commit
tee would acknowledge it over their signa
. :r .t. t:i
lUICO, J! UUUUU lllUi U1C1 JlllllCr UU11IU1IIUI3
would acknowlcdg in tho same way. This,
tuuo iaf 1 1 t J 1 1 w t j mitt
They took up the first chargo on their
list and examined the evidence on both
sides. The Ritner men agreed they had
laucu to sustain n; in lact, tuc wnoio testi
mony was against them. The Porter men
tlipn nnkpd llinm to r.nrtifv thnt lliR rhnre
. . D
was false, according to their agreement.
They positively refused to do it. They
Kifl.Ail nut 1i4nr! tViaf n (TPnAni tt n t.fi I !
regarded their pledged honor ! 1 And so
I lie office-holders JotirnalTrTcs TfardTo
screen tneir bcliuylKiIl county hretliern, by
crying "stop .thief! It won't do. The
Kuncrnes smilksd shamefully and basely
skulked their mock candor, pledged word,
and nlinhipillimini- ...... ......
standing. Shame! shame!! But it was
vviiat might have been expected. Wo don't
uencvo mucn in " honor among thieves !"
ine crreat auestion RFrrr.T?n
. w a m. jjtj; i Ui -
ter is the governor, and the reign of democ-
our earsmcoiiUUTS of rejoicing freemen
1 he msnectors elentioni: li
- .mm itouucu lilU
riousiy and call back to our memories, the
brilliant davs of tlm lm nr m,., r.i
Kituensm, Federalism, Biddleism, and Stc-
AttVt0 n01 on'y prostrated, but
GROUND to POWnpu ..-.i.- ,uJ :
ueau oi the aroused democraevi Thn
Tfnri ,;r0M nave answered the LIES
PERJURIES and FRAUDS of the federal
ouuiupcw anu calumniators. The people
ot Pennsylvania Imvn ;n.i;nnnii.. i f.
, r ' . , .uu.uamiy HAOU me
RPni n 1 rnnmlini. . I t -
pon inc miamous means,
auU1,iu lo uesuoy i-orter's character and
have hurled hU l.n,i.i t., ....
ih. .f lT, wiuere, to
-u.ui3 ui uegraaea oonvion.
To your Tents,-O Israeli
This was thd wnt wu f i
i i . . J u,a "usen peo
ffi! ,! V,u' w,'en "ey wele invaded bv
nl(.l. ' L "l " , "."U 'aSgS Ot
who . Wanaeri"S mis"eants
li f I i I.IK II ;i onnmiAnl f . I
country "devour the fruit, TofS i d
and make slaves of their wives and cl il-
hones to brine evcrv voter on thf ir stdn n
tho polls, they will bo able to poll every
vote tney nave in tavor oi Ultner in tho
state, Let the democrats not bo behind
them in their zeal, ond activity, and remem
ber, that though they have no British
Bank to pay them, ami no hired bullies to
fight for them, they havo a reward infinite
ly more valuable, tho security of their own
nrrllta nnrl lil-inrlipa ami tfm thant-a .ml .
a ..WW. .WU ...w .HU 1UI-
itudo of thftir nhildren. We linvo a lnf
majority in the state and all we want is, to
tirinrr llinm tn ttin nnllotliAn Ifilll.
freedom and democracy wilt prevail
Let It be tho war cry of tho democracy
whose most snr.r,i ..ui "cmocracy,
by the l,iM fm: ' no wvaded
3 Stevens and IKiushS' St
.r i .i . """" "usiiiess and attend
at the ballot boxes where his freedom and
his pnnntp.. , .n. i i i. . "-cuuiii ana
" : , 7 3 -iaiiu jijb sorv ces let him bo
at his DOSt f.nr v in U?
fast until ,ho v c tory i8 wonet him T
tect frauds, and if pLibCpcnt Sm
let him rec ster thii,n,.. JrA V,. 1 .m
ten. and if th r"' .
. - .. ,,w uC jurceu in. let It im
under penalty of the law-let every legal
voter be brought to the polls and hi 7r, aKp
voting he secured to him. na-l,,8r,8hlof
Our nnnnn.iii. 1 . .t . .
ila? b5,en dhuted throud.out 0
The folIowinK statcmbnt of Mrl AVilliarri
Snyder, shows that tho prescriptive policy
winch Kitner and Ins Uomnussioncrs havo
been exercising, for weeks . past, on bthe :
branches of the public worksj lias beer
commenced on the North Branch. Shouli
Ritncr bo elected, not a Porter man will
hereafter be employed upon the public
works in any capacity; Farmers, laborer
and mechanics, will yoii silbmit Id be, lurftl
cd out of employment for opinion sake ? '
if not vote for Porter, and put a stop to thej
the Reign of Terror arid Proscriptibn of
TO THE PUBLIC.
On Tuesday, the 25th inst. Jame. Tag:
gart, Supervisor on the North BrarJch Can
al, called at the Lock House at Ldck No. Oj
above Danville, which has beeh attended by
the undersigned for seven years past. On
entering the house, he called for pen and
ink, which were placed before him. After
makirig ottt two or three short instruments
of writing, ho requested me to step out of
the house with him. as he wished to talk
with me. On accompaning him out, he in
formed me that he understood that I was in
favor of tho election of David R. Porter for
Governor. I told him that he was correct
ly informed on that subject. Hojthen said
that it became his ilntv to flianiinrir m fmm
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the service of the state as a Lock Keeper.
He said that when he had legit to Harris
burg, the Governor and the Board of Canal
Commissioners had informed him that they
understood sbmb of the Agents on the North
Branch canal were for Porter, he said he
considered such menmere hirelings said
he had wherewith to"pay such, and power
to discharge them and then handed me
the written notice of my discharge, which
ho had just made out. In the couise of con
versation he said ho knew it would be a se
rious inconvenience and loss to mc thus to
be compelled, to relinquish business and
move out of the houso with my family upon
so short a notice, at this season of tho year
said that they had no fault to find with
me except politically, and advised me that
if I would pledge mysslf to vote for Rilner,
I could remain. On refusing to agree to
1.1,-. ,..,, i.w.j.p.Ldj,,, priiscnlibrEman
on the canal in this vicinity, to takp charro
of Lock No. 0, and then p'roceeded up ths
canal to discharge all who would not submit
to the terms upon which men ate now em
ployed on all the state works. At Lock No.
5, the Supervisor informed the keeper there
that he would rather lose three months wa
ges himself than make the requisition and
discharges ho is required to do ; to another
he added, the Canal Commissioners will be
along here with me, on the line, this week
and we are determined to find out who
aro for Ritnerj and who are not.
. WILLIAM SNYDER.
Mahoning township, Columbia Co. ?
September 27th, 1838. 5
The following certiflnotn rrnmiiT- t.
lato foreman on thn Knriu t...t. 1
shows that the nersr.i(inn nrsu.,.. ...
. I ' "w. wi WIOIPHS OiCU.
against poor men, still continues in all in
wickedness. Mr. Detrick is a highly re
spectable man. Tnaanrt oi c
Snyder, a lock keeper above Danville, be-
.i7 ri-. J ' ..lan. wnat must
the Ritner party expeot, when they find hii
forem.nnrfnillnr.Ulr-. .-. J "?"
I Tn, dicib, coming outinla
vbr of Porter 1 Tin ti.. ., .
:.t.nn. e . "Ul 00 in mis ev
idence of public condemnation, the utter
uuwu.au 01 otovens, lliddle, Ritner and co t
" 1 cortifvs that T wso j
the station of foreman 6n the NortTi Branch
canal, by John Taggar.t, Supervisor, for no
other rcasdn thnn thoi t .....' V i
npp t r6H . .IIe ask.ed me If 1 was fw Bit-
3l. 1 2 1 hlm ?nThe theri saId 1 must be
discharged, but 'PTT A 'P t nTTTrn
l Hb HANDS who were in favor of Por
ter. I will not he a slave for any party. I
go for D. R. Porter. '
wni x c. "GE0- DETMOK."
Wilkesbarre, Sept. 25, 1838.
The nroof that .Tn.K hui. "J . .
,. . . , r. . r "'"wi . an boo"
litionist, and thai he has but lent hi feflo--
vi. w carry out its principles, and further'
US OblCCts. 1.1 nn riAiTa-iK. -1 : i .
sivc, tlut we do notbelieve any honest im-
r.w-,tv muuuio uie uct, Lei no mn
wno now votes far
propf, hereafter pretend to bo opposed to ab
oli tioiusm, for even hi, neighbors wont be
lieve aim. T in nnnn.i.u," i ,
..:n i i aiouwjf nnu nypocra-
cy will be too glaring.
Tho Pep Tlf-niiiMin. . i
Kr.havd f ,ft,Iiss Margaret and Stons
urakors. You oeldnm .1,-
... state, to employ men
ther mentioned, - -