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Logansport Democratic Pharos (Newspaper) - February 9, 1859, Logansport, Indiana FEBRUARY 9, 1859. 32 700 my swout wann a chili o'er me Ali 1 I know is 1 gaze lipon the 1 of iJal a ni 1 away iny until an it tho goal my b can be inw to niy breast shc the I to in aftur years in my voice be And her faeo more a tbcc muro tban a clue to tho affair in some manner that the mother is as good as the I so that he not only discovered the fact of and she glanced at the but the very day on which it was tractive face and form reflected from tho ' to that thought he Just then she board tho door and | as he sat down before tho fire in his j Florence She quickly crumpled t dressing gown and smoking | up the letter and thrust it in her i p: away at a choice I j Florence and Charles did not meet don't wonder at he only takes after mo. j the succeeding chiefly in pursuance of I owe him something for keeping it so | the plan they had agreed in order to h ' secretly from It would be good avoid if I were a little younger to cut him acted in an a and marry in spite of strange to son's was one of jovial hcs into a hoarty who take it and laugh which he would endeavor to i cd more and more on this stuck out by and up and down tho room as to foi the as it he really thought walk of superabundant ' it worth in t the making it fat in land hat there is a future beyond this even AND THE surrender tho Canal and have the there is a time promised and b maintenance of our its im- | State resume amd with it the once paid already dawning in which political fraud in a controlling and a prompt and conspicuous act on and corruption and its aiders and abettors Scent in the the part of the Legislature the brazen will bo blasted before tho breath of an or affirmative That summary disposition of the affair by the lation of and condition of well fjr received the that we are to bo j and approval of the people throughout our of this of ' in all tlie State and wo ' conventions held by both political allow any of the and in other manner ui LUC Uie part oi uic ilic brazen will Do tlie o and the ultimate i mands and ingenious sophistry of these est and insulted and virtue of our great needs j tlemen was repelled and This shall bo tho law of men 0F GEN. tiie tue people delight to talk of General of bis daring love of and the way of ventilated by tho of tho utterance when he found in that to their With this 't I was on the our and wo opino tlie verdict cn part of both following story of gentlemen will bo and people against any The then Judge was ive either or our j cncc or on Uio of the at a little am not ' can't bo liiat the to or i of liability to thoso Canal it and in or at the ladies say and getting of our in tlie by small as to him to ought to be good judges in such beyond a But it rea lly the I have been a bachelor a good he had not the faintest we discover on page 1 of the to have found before this how ' At the hour tho Squire had iif Messrs. Batler C that more comfortable it would be to have carriage at tho ter some forever to of tho a great not it was not dead iu the took it by any It found a new to parade before the shanty pretty to welcome me and do He began to peep anxiously into the dark during | in the memorable year 1S5S, tho honors of my and to help mo keep for At length a female ibo past tho sum of 1 and is now brought newly attired and tho rascal Charles in I've well made its ' 31 upon general and in under the auspices and out tho a mind to do her in a very low lest an extended enumeration of what was neering of new the of low Markham took two more be suspected that he was tho wrong accomplished upon the oiT Ions and hungry of tho Capitol and he helped her into the carriage and paragraph couched in tho following The grand scheme at this stage of structures aic rebuilt i is some skillful vow I will do this mysterious vre and went the but soon with the to tho Ju ho thy my leave the reader to infer from his very IUI lei 1/.. the first part of the in the most substantial Legislative some f only to tako tho was Both Parties were are in being able to state and game a said the not from tho her of her can call by my na nul lier from ilio of If she Hinging tho he inquired of concealing their At length that the north of is in u.s an act Squire that after all better condition than it has been since its holders to closo the Canal below that'll sometimes where I'm will answer if she bring him before tho Squire that after all better condition than it has been since its holders to closo the Canal bolow sheriff put out but tho Charles at ' he could not marry the lady without her This of these and wc waive was the went out ' and that discovery must be made coupled with the tions and all aid or Bat for and will be gone all before the decided to reveal ' asserted present superior condition of tho what honest purpose do persons like Ihe job any better ' 111 - - - 1- 1 o A ' bo tho fidlow much the will stir ber my in blessing black oyes wili And wonder it her when pass o'er Sho will find her is said that between two angels records the but blots If midnight Then ho it for the tlie right haml veiled will her her good for that tlie 1 no not sleeping 'neath the the jowel given As r love to 1 and own suit as well as we quito mellow ' sire simple a the is the fellow threatened shoot he their threats of that the Legislature tnat come tea foot dear iMiss Florence he unwittingly and to natural ' philanthropic gentlemen are or by their At this tho Judge waxed ' the thought disgusted with lot them contingent defiance before all liave the Let me the intends i. o - r i i u next and ' was tiie Canal to Canal ry ownership in the so that they may good people of that so ho is Nothing like striking said Squire men in this wo will agree thereby throw the State their tho iron is I'll write to her in 1 Benson's voice with to keep it in good navigable condition quoting the act so obtained as I since you canno o oy my his telling her that I have altered i it was its and that State or j admission of the allegation that held ' summon my mind and will go just at dark j it who was arranging to or the Canal merely as a and thus morrow She wont suspect anything ' with my in subordination to the wc falling back upon the original bnf T it ' bavc another motive in ourselves ' upon the State a nine million debt or meet who was to clone with my to this Lanal ana ner you will summon rising and walking towards tho adjourn this tlie taet i i. I The ruffian was a short the knot is and then what a laugh we shall did not consider that it might some with the Th considered it a capital on ' exclaimed the in summon I'll sco what but looked no lie to her drew his writing materials towards i the very idea i had said our firm conviction in tho existence of a concealed beneath some walking and the fallowing the fact scheme corrupt and under- of a simple and apparently comt ten find the dav fixed j both of us been confoundedly friendship aud cent be tho subtle I lUe wa for our elopement on some and the mischief of it I have left a i for for the our State and artful that fastens tho State Irom the in the centre a crowd o and would ter for letting him know so corruption of our the talons of the people at a terrible rate and to substitute to-morrow If I hear ' doubtedly he will tako the opportunity to We think we are not wide of the mark in with an enormous an 1 ' his and vowing nothing from I shall infer that you i off with Florence during our that this scheme to train of a and destruction to all who should sent to this I shall havo a | and plumo the on tho way our nable Stato was turo scathed and besmeared in to molest in readiness under the old oak half without can Jackson walked very calmly In and forty-four there will be no we shall bo aldo I was in among a coterie of fact a people a noie for ' long notorious in tho of our and a herd of paid centre of the with pistols in ' ' ' and said looking him straight and as to the same How she will for their and exultantly ever their in very i carry out our without fear of his am happy to say that tho What an tell you said the ter a moment's carry was to tho general suspect in the least that is a our plans after all tion Mrs. took re- huv iu store for Won't j the intention of from cailing meetings at and ous by to As wo j you infernal to invoke tho aid of the ing of tois is in tho keep ' or I'll blow you a pretty cottage he bo Oil the street in tho town first was and sho to a each came out getting Why not marry cach and then vou we can make them believe we had it ' some apparent only of of at tho in of their designs they of courso arc to and notorious In man eyed tho speaker for a moment without and then put up his isn't especially about all and only intend of tho fastening upon us a nino million ous as ever and camp fol lowers dirly and moro l c to hearts of her bugging mo. couldn't have dune thai nothing but of with a little of ihe to of an hour the true of tho Canal made the intervention ploy having first marked on one to give it to ani don't let any one else see was ihc parting injunction as lively as would havo prevented her from of Benson wa- in no small degree indebted to her in than three mourning she had now re the mature ago oi and began lo of a n' think herself Sho was and tolerably woll so ringing of the bell her to that her wishes in that respect wore very With sho saw that the pe likely to be rang the bell was over tho way lived boy of all tho village upon said he holding Ills son who vras about half the loiter Miss bis Being a young mar. of agreeable very particular that nobody clso the latter was a with young ladies in tho and The air of in in common quite a address Benson's been seriously h. It is well known at and make tuo and sincere it's no I give and himself to bo led off by the without ho was to enlist few days after tho the man was asked why ho ho scaled it up and sent it over as they that in the tools and is to be io one when he had in behalf of the Canal interest and ed by circulars addressed to ' to allow to bo taken by a whole had them elves stepped off in a other to awaken a lively the owners of property in and upon the ho cnt direction with a similar enthusiasm upon that bad their of abandonment of that made their appearance next as kindling thereby an prepared to heartily at the ' equally well known there any hon Benson was sitting i. her but learned endeavor and generous effort made - about timo her eyes over a late littlo that they that cause is to be tho of resolutions and ' being absent on a Squire and prostituted to subserve pointment of to a grand mass she was left Tho and wife had tho address ' said ho camo and I looked him in tho and and among those tho I saw and thoro wasn't shoot in s at ail and eye in tho and so I at and thus tho to them that it was all a and imposing show of who day the young pair i made a satisfactory and final these gentlemen aro to ride into the I of the plot and counter with its Tho settlement of tho Legislature appealing to other while over in and counter who us ci a no ot tno j led to this double union of the two fears of some and tho avarice of ba To strike a sudden away on a largo of them to the Butler fc Co. havo tho whole battle for circulation let them get fairly before the you tell what time tho was an eccentric out the entire a of 107 laiurc with their artful and had in his a Colonel with and their and a who had kejit ing repeated that tho their material and especially when she observed that j back his largo of corn from the ' debt could bo forever and and they socin doubly confident of a Tho cars como in right tho One the of were dered and a Canal in fact that ed. Thus it was the whole and and tlie afterpiece of ions bad never it was to her daughter and not lo | in hope of raising of it. The paid by tho Butler We shall not attempt to and might have as she had She returned i pastor heard of and resolved to make a act passed tho and the issue of all this a State it not been for the sudden to tho to read tho public attack upon the of Florence riding that had ils Sunday read in tho world can it thought tho the people ' matter was forever and thereupon the quarreling and bickering over tho some years struck him at that she was bo secret but blessing ho upon tho head the Canal and our largo domain of lauds but frankly aud simply caution and warn seat iu tho Legislature of one of our ably and really Can Florence in It may I of him Prov. passed over to the and our people of pitfall set for The subject of general on her acquaintance with in- bo something that I ought to not but know proves but the wo must beware of those wily improvement was and after a a l by bor feminine ' to was ma but speedily concluded that she hie held up bis head and faced his pastor by at a later that we do nothing to answered in and would bo false to responsibilities of a with a look of stolid thai their own and keen driven cr their In defending and aiding himself hugely in favor of tho of referring iiim doubtfully her parent if did not unravel tho j Moody wont on with very strong a horse of another in the maintenance and support of out the beauties and of hinted a romantic young pretty she I became still and touched suddenly change and appeared be- ble Canal Jet us scrutinize our associates j said at ill 0. tho a for improving roads WIS before tho The Major how charming It would be to steal as soon as recover j Colonel still more fore a resent session of our and know of their since no one as n bee away to the next and got married was going to run away and got held up his apparently tho plausible person of Hon. W. L connected with a political junto can by any and so straight that you At last the preacher of New with a moans act honestly with Let us say to a rod dog a milo and cried tho new and astounding cur non 1 mean urn that was no settlement at in any manner Things Lost ron to that Charles so mined not to one being the at this little much as hinting a word to which with his own i She leaned her bead upon her hand and tomi and be at onco resolved to began to was naturally led adopt to think her own marriage the order that it might be carried out with Mr. and the of wedded complote it was resolved to seem in- and 1 not holp heaving a sigli until the day in ord to ward at all yon thai J mean don't yon your any that be 1. I well she oat that Mrs. hod no suspicion of show this r to run away what was going with Charles tomorrow on my own so with Squire lie bad It's odd if I can't persuado e l the manner are that re ought lo be an of The went to the Canal and magnificent ever with this dangerous Let us say tions were taken by as a ' to tho onco and ought to bo formare or as e to remain thus I lave half a mind not to ' of a shirt the other in the morn two of bo restored by wreck of health regained by knowledge restored by arrogant and groundless and wo will havo | friend ship into forgo to do Lot also say ' oven reputation won by lost they to the unscrupulous and clan of and But who ever looked upon his now by at the Capitol and vanished his slighted 0 your claim is and groundless and wo will with this the iiK as wero tho jolly ft oily bo starved into if that them and time b e u.s leach who fionn Heaven's the blot of living oil good enjoying untold arc for our injury and i wasted
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