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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 14, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIi f t Xhu tilt not that Fortune influences my wish it is your love alone that i desire ii had listened poor risk without plenty of Rica above dialogue eng the Chance Mion his still his heart a juvenile n the Young s vocabulary says not respectable but very ent dramatic Sulho Rity there s no such word As fail he elderly Bachelor observed with much pleasure that Bis soul s Darling yet Disen Gaj notwithstanding the various couplings in and Pone and resolved to iry a Little Diment of his suit b Macy in Settle ment of his suit was evidently very partial to her sister Ria and the Lively widow seemed As d. by attached to the kiddy Romp a be amt Hylls propitiated the. of the in Uncle Cremon s behalf Alt the bashfulness of the in the detail of Bis wishes almost by about Ano cantre Temps As the widow was very Wilo believe herself the object of the old be Man s declarations of love despite her Dresse toward William Singleton on the morning of the wedding of Johar Lotte and Ribert the whole family Assem in the draws room to an Eaily lunch Paratory to the ceremony. Uncle Cremone i iced his hand on he Knob the pretty widow Sud Lenly appeared by his Side and news i have sounded Bella so never accept your Pioppo Al " Pooh Pooh w and Virgin foolery try her Gam i have a wife i Tell you and 1 will Hayoung one there is a daring at Bailey s waiting your acceptance try again i say they entered the room my fair r will not expect me to describe the party that the ladies were pretty and dressed is certified in the fat they were Philadelphia is born and if1 if i fortunate enough to gain your consent May i not offer y6u my heart or Murray Lud sir i do with it said Bella it with tto etl herbs and put it in a to least flute " a Sailor s Haart miss Grainger is Gene tally considered Tough it ten Der with his Ift and Tingi but it ii stuffed Honor and affect Laid the middy with a perseverance that deserved better treatment but he was in the hands of a coquette and a slighted woman working her revenge what a it to me or Murray what Yout heart is stuffed with said lha minx Stiffit with Sage and muttered the antiquate.1 mus Frederick gulped a rising oath h saw Bella vainly endeavouring to laugh and he re rented that aunt Milly a not of a is x do not Pom my love said he it Namorato i dare not say replied Bella Cupi 1, is a wicked Outh and How Are we to Prins rambles " run a Fyk ctr the Range both in wings Avi Cut ins Uff Bella not Resl Airt h t machination the unlucky Saifur burst o ten the pastor do Ami without waiting for Hii hit refitted in the Street h my to City that ofter Noo awl in due dime sailed on a three Yea cruise aunt m by was seriously Shriev at his departure she it by do offal Asa Dement with Bella not t. D Ive h m Iro the ancient Lily knew h lha i us h d of c to b in extreme in be Lemorne savagely repulsed Heral Vanc. Sih Bojc worm was encase j Lom be Lotte and the pretty midshipman had i it t City the Only remain tem Williim Singleton treated her with a constrained o likeness that evinced a a Spect for her a rather than for her charms Uncle Cremone had still a hankering afer pretty Batla although As or Willi Hackaday says being in the Wale o yet Winter was sprading its Snow on the top lady but a us go a Little actually put the knife to the in of the unfortunate sheep by St of said Wilham Skeleton the or if anger a Parfner who with evident me ref to the trave had the Hupp Mestz Wue for the last two i my to this months said Bella throwing herself on mrs grader s neck forger top Only act of disobedience Ever committed by your c old the Man most desired by my Sisters As they owned in on private councils neglected them and privately avowed himself my Lover Yon called me unattractive i was a spoiled and petted girl. I re fused William s application unless he aided coarse Wool upon me in my revenge and promised to keep the matter secret papa joined our plot he knew you had no object Ion to the match and he wanted to Teaze you a bit in return for the scolding you gave him about the pretty housemaid you discharged so suddenly dear Mamma do forgive la am not unit i 11 never do so any More mrs. Grainger fumed fretted and bins Ler Sand in strict accordance with the rules Laid Down by the sex on such occasions burst into tears and left the room her bus band followed with Bella and the Bride and bridegroom leaving Uncle Cremone arid the widow in Pix Imit and in a pretty predicament thus ends our said the lady Bel la is lost to you and the Diamond ring is los to me i Don t know said Uncle the lady is gone beyond a doubt you i believe had some designs upon the gentleman we Are. But i Flung from our saddles and severely kicked in the descent but there s no use in ourselves beaten you heard what mrs Grainger surmised about our in Agern it let is Dei Lare it fact i want and will have a wife you Are still Joung ibid pretty enough for my purpose and i am not As o d As 1 look what say or no look Sharp and let us Settle it before this snivelling is Over of Couise the lady consented to the proposal the disclosure did not much surpise the party and to make it look like an old affair they were United that very Day by the same functionary who officiated for Charlotte and Robert Sngleton Grainger mad his Pace with his wife by presenting her with a figured velvet dress of Peculiar Rich n is Ami when Bella entered tic drawing i room on her a which occurred with n the end at Cinel in a simple lobe of Virgin White the 1 title once More stood before the vast Mirror that leaped from the Mantle piece and viewing her Ripe and pout lips her Large moist Blue eyes her arched browsed by the ringlets where the Blind boy god would nit disdain to dwell her swelling bust with scarce an Eagle s Talon in the Waist she turned archly to her Mamma and do Yon Nally think me unattractive aunt Milly retired with her cookery books to Bucks i int and is at this desperately enslaved in an at empt to subjugate a dutch Farmer devoted to his pigs and his pipe and who declines marriage till the Stock of the United states Bank is again at Par or Wright s cent on coarse Wool , Choate Clay Dayton gum Miller Sprague Tallmadge 3u and these it be. All whigs after this putting the knife to the Throat of every sheep that has the bad Luck to have whig majority fur 1 Back it would we think be but proper in our Cote Pranes to look a Little sheepish themselves but no not is no part of the whig Ash and Comsh game to do anything of that sort with this vote by the very leaders under whom they Are marshalled staring them in the face they Den. Ulice or Polk with loud voc iterations As opposed to the interest of the Wool growers when he agreed to a duty of fifteen per cent while whig senators did not wish to have the article protected at All from these facts the Public May learn How to estimate the system of electioneering which Coonis adopts for 1844 it is a sys ten Replete throughout with trickery and deception and As our opponents have done in regard to the sheep so they do in refer ence to other things it is All an Effort to pull Wool Over the Public and per haps As Good a response As any on such occasions would be to imitate the sheep " own cry could scarcely hear it without at least a touch of remorse to e a g l e a wednesday al7g 14, 1314 democratic . For president of the u s James k. Polk of Tennessee. For vice president of the 17 s George m. Dallas of Penn a. For governor of Pennsylvania it try a thl Elfberg of of Kos a sj0 Lolla a of i ugh her Ling tie led theme hooked As All men do at a wed diag ridiculously stiff and stupid excepting Uncle Cremone who presented bouquets to ithe la Dies in the spirit of 76, and insisted tag various pairs of kid gloves on the tip extremities of Tho ladies with the of a Preux Chevalier fit Luigi race miss Bella do you re Mem 11 is co incr Salon at the commencement of t leap tear " said mrs Gri for towards it Ylli Jean to her youngest daughter in a tone of t 1_ to ing no our in pre Inger Good was i not right miss in Humoured irony my divination la Mamma what do you mean you wire Rattler discontented a pet citation of your position and spoke a Njuty of your parents exe Ilion in Joi f be As Loor urns must a and Ders h Lal Gen Ca Tal commit Siu Iier Joshua Hartshorn of the Safe w our s Ster Mai Lead but to one that she Cepter his off a the result of their close conferences Charlotte is on thie Point of being United to Rubert Singleton a most but the Bella re Mains even a sup re Story Beau in her a my dear Mamma Jour remarks my Sutler Chariot is not married yet and Maria has not her acceptance of Uncle Cremone evasion confess Wen and return to your allegiance lend Yon assistance your is you instruction and by next leap May be of no Mamma so soon is what does the Gir would he die old maid 1" in it tar Foar of hat my de woh is in sheep s clothing. The Whin journals a a part of their deceptive system of on Are now fun Ous again t James k pc k on a pretence that he is opposed to a Protection upon tool and or John m Clayton Anno Tances it As his belief that if or palk is elected i will put a knife to the Throat of every sheep in the const qut nce where fou Cornish col. Pones Imti in one Genera Bah of pathetic remonstrance against in us Iden o much Mutton w Are an d to show now Ever that this out cry on the part of whig Gery is Neil Hermon nor less than an a Froit to pull Wool Over i the eyes of the people and that those who have shown themselves really hostile to a Protection of the Wool grower Are the Lead ers of the w1 in party it is True As our opponents assert Thi in the Tariff debate of january 1833, or Polk said my own opinion is that Wool should be Doty As quoted by the whig news papers but this is Only half of the sentence or Folk s remark was As follows my own opinion is that Wool should be duty As Wool growers think otherwise we have re tamed a duty of fifteen per cent upon the imported article he therefore to Benefit the Wool growers waived opinion foun ded upon the assertions of a number of manufacturers and Wool growers whose evidence had been taken before the committee on manufactures and agreed to a protective duty look be now what follows on refer ence to the congressional debates on the Bill in August 1812, we find the subjoined or Choate and or Simmon Ultra whig-0 pm Levoreil to show that the coarse wools from not come in Competition with the Wool grower Here or Wright Democrat maintained tha did come directly in Competition with a takes place in i a Ebay the 8th of october Tut erect to a m Penn Avha a will be held on Friday the it nov 1844 porn on the i hold it to be Tiff Dity of government to extend As far As practicable by its Revenue Laws and All other Means its Power fair and just Protection to Alij the great interests of the whole Union for acing agriculture manufacture a Mechanic arts Commerce and navigation letter to j k Kane Dat d june 19, 1844 on the must reject both the doctrines of free Trade and of a High and exorbitant Tariff All Par ski ought to be satisfied with a Tariff for Revenue and discrimination for protect on speech at Raleigh other cheating at no conceal ment of political principles the acquisition of Power Federal whigs in 1840 was a blamed funded or unfunded no pipe laying or and members of the legislature include the whole Senate is biennial in 1343 whig majority for governor Morehe 4592 at the same time there was a ill socratic majority of 10 in the Senate out of a total of 50, and-14 in the House out total of 120. In 1840 there was a Vebi majority of 6 in the Senate and 30 the House. Majority at the presiden tial election in 1840 was 12 594 election August 5h_ no governor to be chosen this year nor Mem Bers of Congress legislature including Hill the Senate is elected annually last the Senate 24, 26 i 45, democrats 55 August 5lh, for seven1 members of Congress and members of the legislature including half the sew Rte the legislature is chosen biennially no nor is elected this year Thomas Ford Democrat the present incumbent Ted in 1842, and received a majority of Salt the last legislature stood when elected whigs 14, democrats 32 37, democrats 84 the present delegation to Congress elected a year ago com mses t democrats and 1 whig Missouri August 5th for five members of Congress and Mem Teno the legislature. Kent icily election aug 5th governor was to be chosen the year comprised 26 whigs and 11 democrats House 62 whigs 37 democrats Alabama election aug 5th Fot of the legislature governor it chosen this year a member Congress was to be chosen Iri the 3d n place of Dixon h Lewis now a How severe Are Large class of growers of coarse wools in this 4 Wright moved to strike out the duty of five per cent on a manufactured coarse Wool and insert Twenty per cent messes Choate and Simmons opposed the amendment and endeavoured to show thai there was no Competition in the coarse wools or Wright replied shewing that there was and alluded to the numerous petitions for Protection on coarse Wool of this description yourself i question was then ta1ken and decided in the recent discussions on the Texas ques Tion much Bas been said of t he digit v moral humane and honorable government of great Britain these argument riots unon the Nice rules of International etiquette ire con tent to crawl on undisturbed in the Sunshine of monarchical Thra Dom ignorant of the Bles sings of rationale Freedom and undeserving the participation of its benefits in reference to the honorable and humane government of England we might mention a few specimens of their Honor and humanity who has enslaved her own people so Attiat fifty thousand of her own children die annually of starvation the estimate made for England ire land and Scotland by several eminent writers what government is Foremost in grasping at possessions the British govern ment interfere by physical Force not moral with every country on the Globe when her interest or inclination Lead her who sunk the turkish Fleet at Navarro an English Force who raised troops to go to sent the plunder of that country to England Gen Evans a member of the English House of commons and when the Spanish authorities in whose behalf Gen fans fought declined to pay his troops who interfered and insisted upon the payment Why the human British government who murdered and plundered the chinese because they would not use English opium one of the mos nefarious wars Ever declared against a people who in cold blood murdered the unarmed and violated All the aws of nations let Ages Jet unborn an wer and when those deeds shall be re Mem ered w us execration and the perpetrators branded As demons. Yet we Are told of the Luman government of and the in mottoes the procession was preceded by a Fine band of music from Troy upon whose Wagon was borne a Beautiful Banner on which was painted a full length portrait of Javies s Polk and a head View of Grorge m dal Las the Tioga delegation s Banner repro dented on one Side a Large Ball with the Mot keep it on the opposite Side Dallas it Uhlenberg and v1ciorv" Sullivan turned out Well their Banner contained equal Protection to All Richmond was Aho Well represented on their Banner was old Richmond Good for 100 majority for Polk Dillab and Muhleis Berg " Charleston Delmar Covington Liberty Union Lawrence and tolerably represented even Elkland was in numbers Trie a Eliboro boys carried a Beautiful Flag on which was Polk and the Tariff upon several banners shrouded in mourning we observed remember the death of of another was Young Hickory and Victory " with numerous other mottoes which we do not now remember the Emblem of the democratic party the Young was about in great abundance the weather was very warm and the Clouds of dust which rolled along the whole line of March was oppressive m the extreme so much so that when the procession arrived at Blossburg Distant from Covington about five Miles it was near 12 o clock and Many were completely exhausted by the dust and scorching rays of a noon Day Sun cheer upon cheer followed in rapid succession As the procession passed the hotel of b r Halu which was returned by deafening shouts a by fraud falsehood suppression and denial of their intoxicating appliances and misrepresentation All government originates from the people and is intended for the Good of the whole and that therefore the demo cratic republicans have nothing to conceal from the Public Eye we regard a government Bank despite of its bewildering spaciousness and the trappings of disguise thrown around it As possessing the elements for the successful commission of the most stupendous frauds both pecuniary and political Ever be fore Practised upon an intelligent and free every Republican every advocate of constitute sued Freedom is Calle on to use All legitimate Means to prevent it re establishment and to guard our Belove country from its corrupting influences the Manly bearing and moral firmness of John Tyler the president of the United states upon the government Bank question Deseive our highest Praise and profound gratitude by the democracy of Tioga county Here assembled that we hereby solemnly pledge ourselves to give a zealous cordial and enthusiastic support to James k Polk of Tennessee for the office of Penn president and to go in Dallas o Sylvania for the office of vice president at the november election that we proudly and joyously enter the contest with or Polk and the can ving of flags i will Alj give year a mean7 l maid in the negative Bagby Benton Buchanan Cuthbert King f helps Preston Rives Sevier Smith of coffin Smith of Inda i Stur Geon Williams Woodbury Wright 18. Of these fifteen Are democrats with Only Tebee for a Protection on "wool1 Maculate whig party of this Union Tell that England would refuse Texas if the govern ment of that country were to express their willingness to come under the jurisdiction of he Queen the honorable government of great Britain would certainly be very mod est in refusing Folk s and Clay s opinion on the Tabitt it should be borne in mind that neither James k Polk nor Henry Clay voted for the Tariff of 1828, that both of them voted for the Tariff of 1832, thit both of them voted for the Compromise act of 1833, which continued in operation until the 30th of june 1842 and that oath of them had left Congress before the present Tan fact was passed 07-notices for numerous meetings to take place soon w ill be found by reference to of and Young hic Kories on the the procession to partake of refreshments the rail Road train arrived from Corning with a new of num Bers to the vast assemblage then present As o the precise number congregated we can Ive i o accurate statement but considering hat this is strictly an agricultural Section f country with no very Large villages near t than from Twenty to thirty attended who resided upwards of Twenty five Miles Distant which taken together with the act that we Are now in the midst of Harvest he busiest season of the Husbandman where t is almost out of the question to leave for even one Day the meeting nevertheless was unpriced entry greater turn out than was expected by the most sanguine the posing rally on this occasion Speaks Trum pet tongued of what May be expected when the Harvest is Over at 2 o clock he vast concourse of citizens assembled on the vacant lot immediately in front of i Hall s hotel where bad been erected previously a Young Hickory about 100 feet High from the top of which floated a Streamer with the names of Polk Dallas and Muhlenberg inscribed thereon in Large Capi tals immediately under Hung in Graceful folds the stripes and stars and to the occasional Breeze waved in cheering undulations Over the vast concourse of people assembled be if the Genius of Liberty looked with satisfaction and p ride on the efforts which the advertising abroad columns the right spirit enter the a us Tocoi. Dilate Lor the presidency that his consistent Devotion to from Early manhood his Brilliant intellectual Powers his experience As a statesman his disinterested attachment to Gen Jackson the great states Man and Patr of his unimpeachable integrity and the purity of his moral character All unite to elicit our profound respect and enthusiastic admiration in the gifted Sou of Penn Sylvania Geo m Dallas we recognize the accomplished statesman the profound Jurist the splendid orator and the orthodox demo crat a Man has reflected Honor upon his country As her representative in a foreign citizen whose private character furnishes an example of moral excellency rarely to be met with but always to be admired in elevating these distinguished men to Power we at the same time re establish those principles which sustained a temporary defeat in 1840 resolved that we proudly Challenge a contrast Between the characters of Polk and Dallas and that of Henry former distinguished for All the moral attributes which adorn the private Man and make the Good latter notorious for his fiendish and vindictive spirit for his disregard of All moral obligations for his blasphemy for his gambling propensities and for his frequent and blood thirsty attempts upon the lives of his fellow men we now publicly proclaim to the Federal party our determined adherence to every principle for which we battled during the last presidential we fling our Banner to the Breeze bearing the motors inscribed upon its folds when of the Senate by appointment of the com nor the whig candidate is Daniel e fat Rous democratic Candi late William l Lac Cey last year the Senate 14, democrats is House 3s, Brao crafts 62 the Senate is divided into Thia third retiring annually Tofy Are elected for three years the above Are All the state elect ice which take place in August Tennessee election this year to legislature being chosen biennially and l so the governor Jones big majority Polk ust year was s s33 la the Serai there was a Wmk majority of a House 7 democratic meeting. At a Large enthusiastic meet leg if the democracy of Richmond w vend at the House of h b Lloyt m my Field on monday evening the 5lh Hon d l Sherwood was chosen inn Dent cel b Gitchell and Sykes vice presidents and a. A Hunt w hich the follow is resolutions were adopted unanimously resolved that this meeting full co tit in the Toora nations made by the Btl Ira democratic convention for nil vice president that they have full Dence in the ability and of both the nominees not merely they Are the nominees of the party to we belong but because the have teen and found capable faithful and Ionest of and firm in principle resolved that this meeting heartily in fully concur in the adopted m that convention declaration the principles of the party resolved that the boo Henry a m Lenberg our candidate for lied to and will receive that in common with Moc racy of a Revenue Tariff with such As will afford fair and to All of the great interests of tue i that that has nothing better to Reconnu hard cider log Cabins and Coon Sti resolved that old Rickmon sections of the Coons to the ul0tra la standing will As the ballot Bois feel give an unprecedented majority Las and Muhlenberg resolved that this meeting indebted to messes. Knox and the Able dignified and patriots which they addressed us resolved that the forego Ibi be signed by officers andjubus1 l b. Gitchell vice presidents c n. Sykes a. Puts a us gallantly supported by Van Buren Johnson in h a Muhlenberg our indicate for governor we recognize the idiot and Able statesman who is every Way e titled to the undivided support of the de i of racy of Pennsylvania it is our honest opinions Aat of Pennsylvania will a friends of popular rights were teen making Cleve a Pola Victory Al the approach tag state to preserve the institutions of their country att National elections and that we consider do Thomas written a letter in favor of Texas and defining his motives _ _ to or Clay he says i am eat my own words in relation to the people which i represented of were fairly and distinctly apr iced with them on the presidential q this is third Kentucky last Congress who has abandoned two Are John sprigs spa perlsp4pfrf
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