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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 3, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaWednesday mqrnino7 october 3, 1849 Tut or . A of u said Herbert i whim i flu Joy who sat next to Linn 1 u instil join j chosen and at my desire will give you All 1 quisote instruction until you revive your Early knowledge of these matters. The salary is one Hundred dollars a month _ a Shadow still Darker than that which before rested there rested on the face of the. Mechanic. Alas he said i have not the slightest Della is a year no. 582. By and navigation Nigusu Raisun and a teen other rings that i an expected to do. They will never me any am not going to get Ian a a Surveyor no you Irwinjr to Gat your living Iler Friend asked him in a quiet i m to learn a Trade or at least avs that i mrs Mia Lofs you can take my hat. By Uncle Toby. i am very Sarry or. The merchant replied in real concern. If you were a Good i3 our capacity l1 that ought to have been a Good accountant occasionally talked to the conductor like a on and on did the Igei Erous brute Bear her dutch and we saw the Crest fallen Man master s Foeman till the pursuers were left Oiw of tickets pay the hatless passenger four dollars Lessly behind. Late in Hunter the trick was it once seen through by into Salisbury had the slug extracted from his my Friend and myself and. The next Day Over a shoulder and after lingering s o me time with bottle of wine at the Monument House Beau the effects of his and excitement finally told us he was had t a Dollar picked got Well. And that Gallant Mare that had done j up an old hat at Gadsby s hotel in Washington him such Good service he kept and cherished a put his Cap in his pocket and. Resolved that till she died if old Aire. Jim Nix tars fight his own of the v matter. There was a Man by the name of King Nho _ lived Down on he bog chitto who had for some Quiry As to who he was and at the v i of Fannon Par i time the error of folks and who it was avd me i w omitted a great Many dark deeds knowledge. It is True i studied it or we were once coming Over the Railroad from tended to study it at school but it made no Washington City to Baltimore when we observe no permanent impression on my mind. I saw no de a Peculiar sort of a Man Silt hard by a j a h m use in to then and am now As ignorant of sur tall slim Good natured fellow but one who keying As of i had never taken a lesson on the somehow needed to Bear the -1 Eleoie Dato Bear the impress of a person i who. Lived by wits written upon his face. A Friend who was with me answered my in carry him to Baltimore and it four dollars into the bargain. Faw nox s Pouti Oal a st0re Lac i i interesting than any tale of fiction. He did pretty a3 he led alway3 replied William and yet i Hijii swe to learn everything that i azure to that it will be useful o or other in my sure i t Sec what use i m Ever r us a tidier of Al Ebra or j in Little interest in figures and now i i was for Many months at school and pretended j to study Book keeping i am utterly incapable of i taking of a set of 1 such being the Case , i really do not know what i can do for you. But stay i to can t see it Herbert our au01" an assorted tic a arc older and Wiser than we Are gyros and the nce around cmo3 Imd Cavor to learn simply be Lan Loas super cargo who can speak the Spanish language. I remember that we studied Spanish together. Would you be willing to leave your family the wages will be one Hundred dollars a i have forgotten All my Spanish sir. I did. Not see the us of it while at school and therefore it made no impression on my the merchant really Felt concerned for the poor Mechanic and again thought of some Way to serve him. At length he said i can think of but one thing that you can do , and that will not be much better than your present employment it is a service for which Ordinary hour in the vain attempt to j employed that of Chain carrying to if in Csc Lhing we arc it file Uii we do not see clearly the i Herbert replied tossing big i jut believe that my author sees than i do thu his of All 1 a i arc to Ulk Bis Friend said in. I would not Tii Ink As you do for tit Liers know what is Best for still not coi Lido in them we shall responded Herbert closing Boa of ver Nch he had been poring Reluct Uii willing memory ands from his pocket commence Liviem from the teacher s Riorer. Irit turned Toj his le.3 the Ilid or enc the Surveyor of our proposed Railroad what Ore the wages sir v thirty five dollars a and "certainly.1 i will accept it sir the Man r of thy buys is too plainly i Saij in wil1 Kcf Bottor ttlal1 my present Ern ploy in of a we have re j i further to their j "1 1 in make yourself ready at me for the particulars j company will Start in a j their and manners i will be ready the poor Man replied i Iii lessons correctly while win i Deriv. Mync. A lust Well. Was j i a company of engineers started in Lut he had that instinctive tone and bearing of Tice and himself lest he should come Bur seat As my companion said he knew him but did not wish to recognize1 him there. That is Beau said he a Man that is universally known in Washington As one of the most accomplished Fellows in the City Al ways ready to borrow of or drink with you. He never has any Money however and i am curious to know Haw he will get Over the Road grass in the Shade of the Trees. One of his sub without paying for he surely do it some i ordinates a big Strong Man had got mad with he was a reckless fellow bloody minded As the carried a Nile Conlig 8ho Ulder Wale he Welt. Hounds of Hayti. He sometimes slew the. Help he was with some Onei less and innocent in cold blood the Coward in it not about cattle it wag about tiling but some How he generally managed authority that kept his people within the metes j to bully them out of it. One Day however and Bounds of his own despotic will. He and a roil round the talking. Were one Day resting themselves by a i about the cattle that had been Missin from the Spring lounging bore and there on the Greer i widow Jackson a farm. I said i d bet a Jug of whiskey that King could Tell where they ays at a Loi Terr in a we nil or. .1 Vith them As a Way " probably he is got a the Money to buy it with or something of that said i. Not. He. Always travels free and Boarde in the same Way. Ii never pays Money if or trick will pass current in their said Rhy Friend. What a Sho Diing bad hat he has got said i observing the dilapidated condition of his Beaver. It s of doubtless Lor the rest of his Diess you will observe is quite Yea i my went on to Tell me How Beau jihad out of a receipt in full for his last year s Biu and his Landlady at his last boarding place Ami. Various other specimens of ingenuity and wit. He owed me ten said my Friend but in attempting to collect it of him one Day i la to hanged if he did Jil get ten More out of to to i think i shall let the matter rest there for fear of doubling the sum once at this Momient the conductor entered the opposite end of the cars to gather the tickets from the passengers and give them checks in return. Many of them As is often the Case with travellers who arc frequently called upon on populous to show their tickets had Placas he did the ranging in them p its. Just at him. His rage had been boiling in him for Sev King stepped up and see he what s Oral Days and some fresh affront at the Spring i that you Are saying about me Jim caused his anger to become mind How you see her i la make dead Fannon Drew his sword and resting with cattle out of you one of these Days his Elbow on the ground and his hand under his i said a your and let one hold you Howie knife Anil come at Ine any time you people with your big talk you Cun t n head. His devoted followers were around him and he heard the Click of their locks As they their rifles. Let him alone cried your big talk to u Cun t Ruri me i that he set his Rifle in life Corner and took from Funnon in his Quick Sharp tone. He Laid j Calm and self possessed with Bis keen in rec his shirt a Large Bowie and gave to one of his eyes fixed of the raging lieutenant is lie Nindie friends. Is Actu re the Man that i it tremendous plunge at his breast. But when i be been after this i Riashy a and with that i the stroke came its object swerved away we clinched like two on to a sheep. It. A Snake and the baffled Man plunged Pis sword i King was too Stout for me but if into the ground. Quick As lightning Fannon a Sharp Blade passed through his Gigantic thus and thus i punish those who disregard my authority glowed spark i he was he had it nerve to Back it. The in was a Good Deal of bloodletting on both sides at last i threw him and As we fell in. Got hold on my hair and pulled out about a handful. We led like a serpents. The main sunk j were then separated and after which at it we forever. Went again. He got me somehow by the neck William s worn All Wurfl Lud the boy taken the advice of his parents i de theirs in the bands of their hats so that the car while in Rbert s wore soiled Anil Iris nos Ami stored up in his memory what and broken inter Wisl Jed him to learn to might live filled j j the s Oli Ico at More than double the 1 they by life. The one obedient Lin i wages annl hit of a Chain Carrier. Indeed we Atu Jit ivc to the precepts of those who cannot Lull How High a position of usefulness he us it an-1 Wiser and to be guided to indolent and inclined to Fol v of of his own will rather Tenn the i teachings Otot hers. I could see that they were All right. And not trouble them to take them from their pockets at each stopping place. I watched Beau Tii Nee what his expedient would to to get rid of paying for his passage. As the conductor Drew ight have held had he improved All opportune nearer Beau thrust his head out of the car win ties afforded him in use of learn Jug too late. But he perceived Dow and seemed absorbed in contemplating the seen cry on that s de of the Road. The conduct Ngo of thirty five we will the Reader. Or. Wheeler children and youth cannot possibly know so j Tor spoke to him for his was no Well As their parents guardians and teachers what is Best Lor them. Men who Are in Active Contact with the world know that the More of answer. F ticket said the conductor tapping him lightly on the shoulder. Beau sprang Back in the car knocking his hat into the Road and leaving it in minute. And possessing i r and More important uses to society they j nearly a mile behind. Lie looked first at the i fitted to perform the greater is the return to conductor then put of the window after his hat reliant c i Tensive their knowledge is on All subjects the urn Eyman Rne ciganic poor j More useful they can be to others and the High of information. In. A Iun paid the Mer As tie latter entered the a Farmer. The contrast in . The in Erchant a i Jraul look while the an seemed Ead and de themselves in wealth and Honor. Y a n k elfob1q in it v. The London attic Teum indulges in a bit of pleasantry Over the ubiquitous qualities of the Universal Yankee nation no land is too Nook too dark for Thole researches. If a taste for Copper should Lead you to the Bottom of a Cornish mine there will be found one of the sovereigns of the great Republic should a Cool morning tempt you to the top of the grand Pyramid you will find Cousin Jon finder the Best Circum Stan Athan astride the a Pex the Oasis of Soevah the i dead sea the chilian below Histan to hear you say for. And Tim Bucton All know his visits and have in 1 do very Well or. A Eccl a plied a a tone of despond Ery Dull and wages Low and ugly As i live it is merchant in a kind tone heard of Tho glory of his native cities. You earn should the North West passage be discovered a work i could earn nine or Yankee will probably be found there settled on 15 it our business is very a stranded iceberg and some Fine Day we sex of Petain engines on rail pet to hear that m. D Abbadie has come upon a party of Yankee arabs Pic icing at the sources of the Nile. The adventures arc in Tiit i do not average six and Powers of our Cousin German grow quite on Turnpike has broken in in harness making business in the year 1 alarming. Rough and ready has extinguish railroads have wrought de Bonaparte the March of col. Donophan into j new Mexico has put Down the Retreat of the i your business inking Branch of j ten thousand Mardi i i Irso cities Lite this where the i Marco Paolo. Lieut. Wilk to is almost broken i Siy that six dollars a week were All Jio v 1 Rire is your family 1" Chili Ren and Only six dollars a support them and i aia in consequence in s some Ljusi 1 any nil Sci awhile and then s Aid you Iri getting into bolter. I no president of a newly Railroad and we Are about putting on a company of engineers for the purpose "r.5f, As you studied sciences tit Schmol the same time i did and have St 11 some of both l we u3c influence to Havo you a w the Engineer is already forever eclipsed 3 has put Down but we must take breath and space fail us before such an enumeration. An american has said of his countrymen that the genuine Yankee would not to Able to repose in heaven itself if he could go farther Westward. He must Gora head. Prophecy looks Forward to the time when the Valley of the Mississippi shall overflow with this restless population and Europe be subject to a new migration. What do i con Sider the boundaries of my country exclaimed a kentuckian Why sir on the East we Are bounded by the rising the North by the Aurora the West by the procession of the South by the Day of some men so dislike the dust kicked up by the generation to which they belong that being unable to pass they lag behind. Jim you Young Rascal where Are you go ing fit Hsin what have you got in your Mouth v nothing but Audi in a scorning fit of rage exclaimed what the d you strike a Man in that Way for is that your business is that what the company hires you beg your Pardon sir Only want your replied the conductor meekly. Ticket of yes it s All very Well for you to wait my ticket but i want my hat replied , bristling up. Very sorry sir really. I merely meant to Call your attention and i tank the Only Means in my said the conductor. You had better use a Cane to attract a per. Son s attention next and hit him Over the head with it if he happens to be looking the other Way replied the indignant Beau. Well i will apologise to you again i you wish. I have done so already said the the now disconcerted conductor. Yes no doubt but that do it restore my pro Perty that s _ Well sir i cannot longer i 11-take your ticket i you said the conductor. Ticket Haven t you just knocked it out of Thor window hat and All do you want to but Fannon s Mare is written at the top of j and commenced choking me the boys thought i this and she is the heroine of the present i he was going to get when list at that Lime j writing. Achilles had his Xanthus and j i reached round and Drew his head under my and Alexander had his by Cephaus held him there list As tight As a Heifer a face in a Hollor. It was lining his i , and i thought that was my time so marked Heads with and caught him lower part of his ear now maybe he did it Halloo he squealed worse thin any i you Ever heard under a Gate but it Touhl it held and bit the piece out leaving widow Jackson s Mark on him under Cut the was she by irked her clean As if she had Mcdonald had hib sol in. Fannon was a Man of blood like them and like them he had his a voile and trusty Charger and Fannon s Mare was worthy of her owner or even a better Man lie called Ier the red Doe from her resemblance in color to a Deer. She was a rare powerful intelligent docile her owner valued her i. Dare say above King or country or the life of his fellow Man. She bore him proudly and fearlessly in the bloody or tin Quick when he stood in Council of his parti sans or in the silent the faithful Rule one Prapo my to liquor All . Herself. They say King hunted Nie fall upwards t but lie never came about anymore. In the Middle of the was by his Side Ever to a Soever he would. But Faniion his mar Down on the East of Little liver the parti san and some four or five of his followers one Day captured a Man by the name of whig from the country about Salisbury n. C. This was sufficient cause of death and Fannon told the Man he should hang him. Hunter was evidently a Man of the times but what could he do alone and defenceless with a dozen bitter in the i e of Ami tie future of i j following letter is from one of the. Shrewdest observers in Europe now at Paris i it will be seen that1 the writer insists that Gorgey was false to his country and thai lie and Kossuth have not agreed. We have seen i this elsewhere was a Noble and went into Battle More As a Soldier than a enemies _ it. Was a Case of Complete Desperak j he was opposed to the declaration of Tion. The rope was ready and a str Gnu old Oak threw out its convenient lir Anches. Fannon told him to might Pray for his time was come. The poor Man keeled Down and seemed absorbed in his last petition to the throne of mercy. Fumm and his men stood the trusty Mare stood i among them with the reins on her j they began impatient for their victim to close his devotional exercises. But they soon discovered that there was More of each than Hunter s thoughts for he suddenly i sprang on Fannon s Mare bowed his head Down on her Pui Kerful neck pressed his heels on her tajiks and darted away like the wind. The tory rifles were levelled in a shoot High shoot cried save my the slugs All whistled Over Hunter s one that told with unerring aim which Tore and battered his shoulder dread fully. He reeled on the Saddle and Felt sick at heart but Hope was before him Dea to behind and he nerved himself for the race. On. He sped Woods and ravines and Brambles did that powerful Mare carry him safely and swiftly. His enemies were in hot Pursuit. They followed him by. The Trail of blood from his wounded shoulder. He came to Little River there a add insult to injury of your ticket was in theriat band suggested the conductor. Supposing you Stop the train and go Back j no Ford the Bank was High and a deep place and said the hatless Beau with indignant the Stream before him. But the foe came he Drew the rein and clapped his heels to her sides and that Gallanti Mare plunged recklessly Independence from the House of hapsburg Lor nine. And has not since that cordially co operated with the republicans. The prediction in regard to France it w Auld not at All i Surprise is to see speedily realized j v , 30th August j Mij dear week has elapsed since i the Telegraph announced the surrender of Gor Gey and yet we know but Little regard to re ii state of affairs in the europ i Dan papers russian and austrian interest Are warm in their Praise of the traitor Gor jpy. If this sufficient to establish his treachery. The licit affix regiments of Hussars refusing to surrender and threatening the. Life of Gorgey j and afterwards cutting their Way through the russian army with but Little loss shows conc us j ively that they believe him guilty and that there was no necessity for the surrender. The republicans All Over Europe entertain but one opinion and that is that had Gorgey remained True and firm that Hungary would have been saved. The fact is Gorgey is of Noble family was heartily in the Republican move ment. There nothing positively known of bom or Kossuth of the next movement will be in put for another revolution. The emperor of Russia will not withdraw his army from thin a Gary until Louis Napoleon is proclaimed scorn depicted on his face. Well sir i shall pass you free Over the replied Tho conductor attempting to go on with his duty. The Price of a said Beau is one Dollar my Beaver Cost me five your Good sense will at once show that there is a balance of four dollars in my favor at any rate. The conductor hesitated. Beau looked like a gentleman to one not perfectly Well posted up in the human face he was Well dressed and his indignation appeared honest. Ill see you after i have collected the tick replied the conductor passing on through the car. Beau sat in silent indignation frowning at everybody until the official returned and came and sat Down by his Side. Beau then in an Earnest undertone that we could As for life. The legit fists will probably i consent to his being proclaimed president for j 111 ten years provided the Constitution is so alter pm As to prevent suffrage. I repeat that if the Republic shall stand until the first of Jan-1 Saiy it is Safe. The greatest danger is to be apprehended l it if the Hijenio Raric Ute rentral committee. Democrats of the Issue is once More made in our Good Aid Commonwealth and it remain i for you to sky whether it shall be redeemed or not. I this Issue is not a new one although i it May be presented under a different aspect. It has been the Constan and unchanging object of the democratic i arty in this country Ever since the Days of t Tomas Jefferson to establish upon a firm basis and to put into successful practice that Funda rental doctrine of the declaration of Independence that All men Are bom politically free and and while a diversity of objects somewhat local in their charac have temporarily changed the issues trom time to time there never has been in we Rich this important principle has not been involved directly . The Banks tariffs an Independent Treasury distribution of the proceeds of the Sale of Public internal have agitated this country for Many years and yet viewed in the abstract Good democrats Are often to see. Kyj bit danger can accrue to their principles let these measures be successful or not few look below the surface of things but those who do see in these measures a foundation on which is to be erected the superstructure of privileged classes and privileged interests. The democracy has never changed its name or its they Are Universal suffrage and political equal ity.1 federalism is opposed to first openly Bat lately under various guises and changes of Nimes. In the Early Days of our government the ene Mies of democracy openly declared their distrust of the people and Laboured popular rights and privileges by legislative enactments they the whole history of Federal ism under the i different names of federalists National , Wiigs democratic whigs and Taylor been untiring lab air to do that indirectly which could not be do Nee directly to wit by establishing corporations without restriction they Hope to control Hite finances Trade and legislation of the cot try and to Sui other individual Enterprise by halving a particular of the special Protection of government they Hope through them to Rule the country and control All other interests by a vast St Heine of int Erna improvement they Hope create huge monopolies of moneyed interests i Vilich in the. End must corrupt Thevoz Crement sendral ize the people Ulii stately sap the personal Independence of tiie is the Only sure basis of a Republican government. Ronall these Issue whether presented directly or indirectly the democracy have triumphed and it was the highest Pride under he late administration to to the records of their country fur the Success of every democratic me Siire. And to Point to the e unexampled pod purity acid a in Pincus of the people for the fruits of those triumphs. There a i ways has been and always will he at least Tivo parties in a free government and in Purs tiie democracy represents the masses. In is be a province of the other party under what Ever Nilie May be known to take care of Peiyi Legrd classes arts privileged interests in Tonj Success of these measures the. Democracy Hale nothing to have always triumphed will out when issues Are abandoned military professedly without political principles is presented to the poo Jile and Clavins suf Vages for Bis military services our ruler s Uny change but our Prin Ciple never and s Irli has Wicen the result of and elections. Tiie country never . In a Staje of higher priv Tipri a Lilian peace Happi be. I an i Emory Wildre. Some one particular brain a Lairg ish it is iiiily1 , tills constitutes but a Small the Jerreat thriving Industry of the our Tiv All. Exist Niider the full Sway of democratic principles. Not a single line has been blotted out by the election of Gen. Taylor i by the the elections As compared with those of last fall it would seem As if the people having sustained Theirdo wintry s War and rewarded is hero with live highest Honor in to licit gift Are determined to with a democratic Congress allowing him nothing More than the Nam of president and the Emolu ments of office. We predict that in less than six Mouths Tho National and Staje administrations vill be without the Power to pass a single act. Either in or state Legislatures. Still White they Are without Power to legislate one Knovs that the executive Power will do its it mos to Piir Alize the democracy with the Hope of ultimately breaking Down the policy of gov Shunk was endorsed by an overwhelming 18-17, and nothing the fatal Security of the democracy prevent re assertion of their principles of 1848. No one dreamed of danger arid while All Felt into the Stream she snorted in the Spray As Venty ambers tint represent the she Rose pawed the yielding wave arched her National Assembly until the Assembly meet bean Tifful mane above the surface and skim cil j about the first it along like a wild Swan. Hunter turned Down Stream in the Hope of evading his pursuers and she reared and dashed through the flashing Waters of the Shoal like lightning in the storm Cloud. But Fannon was on the and rushed Down the Bank with All the rough Energy thai Abole of according to Tho Quantity the loss of his favorite could inspire. Hunter1 composition for stopping decayed Teeth. Take some powdered gum Mastic and digest it for several Days in sulphuric other keat in a phial Well then Strain it through a cloth and add some powdered Alum until it is formed in a moldable consistency. His then put into turned the Mare to the opposite Bank it was feet of perpendicular see planted herself on the Shore at a bound Alan or with Sollie Cam prorated alcohol and Ess Well secured from the. Is thus kept for constant use when it is introduced into the cavity of the and then Ruvay she flew Over the interminable be eyed must first be Well cleaned1 Forest of Pines straight and Swift As an Arrow and the stopping composition acquires that admirable 1 a great degree of hardness. Soil in one Section of the state and advocating1 a slave Holder for the presidency in he succeeded in carrying the state Liy a few Hundred i. We will not attempt to characterize the late Campaign. It is now Well understood by the people and known to to without a parallel in the history of our our. Object in addressing you now to draw your attention to the importance of the present Campaign and in do intr so we have thought it expedient to show that the principles of our party Are at stake without discussing Vliem at length they Are to Well understood to require it. Let pennsylvania1, be redeemed in october and few York with her once More United democracy in november and tie laurels of 1s43 forever the country be Safe and democracy triumphant. Democrats of Pennsylvania this is the Issue. Had you carried the state at the election it might not have been Only question to be based upon that event would hive been the Ine spa ferr newspaper a

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