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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 13, 1847, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaHe j. P. Editor and proprietor. A Lobo Haugh Tiona Covher terms ind Flay Cense a exclusive of d within the year us actually in and nce one Dollar will be Dedi ipod 1 1 to paper discontinued until All Arr Reguci am a unless at the option of the editor. V advertisement a not exceeding twelve in Ted three times for one for every Aub Cunt insertion Twenty five Cebu. Loti Jeanot Eli log six for i Tenly Fly events. A charge for one or three insertions the came Liberal discount to speech of d. Wilmo i. At a meeting of the democratic citizens f Tioga county held Al the court House n Wellsboro on tuesday evening of court Vucek sept. 21, 1847, the Hon. Curtis a Kuhst was appointed president Jos. In. Go Ernst and j. N. Wow Jet vice of re affirmed your verdict of 44, under drum stances of difficulty and in of an opposition that would hive the party in any other District in upon the ground where you i too m 44, and again banded in 46, now a jams the United democracy of the slate. The Banner Yon then unfurled is now i0rne with Pride by the democrats of very county in this Broad common health. Let us take courage from the and while we exult in the Victory Leua also remember the lesson in teaches the right for the exp. There is a moral Power in the which neither numbers nor High is can overcome. President we must defer the past Iku dlere3t appertaining to the present and future in a few Days the freemen of Commonwealth win be called to the selecting , a Wellsboro country. If there is not an indifference As to the result of Tho approaching election there a at least an Unaa Ual Calm in the Polit Ca of this state. Same Are we from poll Cal excitement that i a Moat hesitate to in rude my voice into Al stillness so pro Mounil. I know not what Tia quiet upon the eve of a most important election May Foret ode. To some it a Jere Shadow a shoe l that is to overwhelm t the democracy of this state in disaster an defeat. To s threatening d with excite not the rest of democrats Are their Princi fir having try Ted upon the great Issi is state and me i t has no such Portenti our people have been Wear men. They require jest Bui sleep. I cannot believe that indifferent to the Success o pies on their a National which have agitate for Tlle last few years they weary in Well doing and a Sorn under the trophies of so Foug it Field into the hands without a struggle or an e the democrats of Pennsylva shaded will be at the polls 1 the country have become e prepared to Many a hard f the enemy tort. Sir Nia i am per 30. The second Gam to Pinili tue iday of october next Cate their principles and ass Ert the ascent Dency of their party. Federalism is at this Day Tjie same that it has Ever been. Its organised and extensive system of fraud in this stale in 1038, is nol forgotten. Its subset it it treasonable attempts at revolution w military Force at the comm governor invested the Capri and Vilh Buck shot and Over i we the e legislature am cleared will of the people used through the Ballo in an armed and of a whig 3l of the state All sought to resist the de institution Billy is fresh i am yet sir a Young Man of tie few years that i have upon the stage of life Wou satisfy me if history were party had the strongest claim fid Nije and support. I a enough to see federalism or exp in the memories of All who hear me. By is it or. President that democrats Are Ever appealing to the past and whigs Al ways croaking about the future the his tory sir of the past affords a Complete vindication of the general policy of the democratic party while every Page bears re Cord of the follies and blunders of Federal ism. It is to silence ibis instructive lesson thug it by the history of parties in that on opponents Ever Seel to drown the of the past in noisy and ill opened prophesies of the future. But the events Een an actor d abundantly silent which upon my con re lived Long Ven from one position to Issue after its principles and Chan Ging rain and Over the roof of Liberty and Labouring with unpatriotic Zeal for the fulfilment of its prophesies. The i ant of the United states at to government of the the administration of Gei prove s All that i have Here cd Federal party. All who Pai in tens Ely exciting strife of Remen Iber the desperation of when its great idol Waist my were our ears assailed with and courses upon the head of Nan who faithful to his trus Rock i the midst of an Agil Calm a id resolved beating of corruption that for a time All beside. Federalism bewail Ion shattered into fragment claimed the county in the raid ution. A Senate thundered f each its and a party Excil Teien clamoured for the by old Ron Lan. Yet sir the Star instead of a Constitution reaches had been healed and sprung Forward under a new ii higher properly. Again under the administration good4 that delighted ii t ruin was Abt it to Jay its sacrilegious Hai d in this the 1 test born 3 and Best beloved of How How Universal was to lie that ruin which was to i follow the rep Al of the tar fit of 1842 your canal a Solitude and your lakes a desert waste wet a Shadow to hat prof and abyss of ruin that was to overwhelm All classes a d All cond Ilijus. It was a ram that Wiljo come Home in its Deso lating influences to the fire Side of every Amily in this vide Union. The fires of Ibe forges wer to go the loud be path of the in Fine and the Busy hum of machinery wer to be plow to standstill in the fur Row and the axe of tie Pioneer to be no More heard in the fore i. The Arm of Industry was to be paralysed and the Strong muscle 9 and. Sinews of the labourer to be come relaxed and powerless. Of such a ruin Ucb Buur it is frightful to ook 1842 it repealed. There is a great n use and Turi ult in the the Sun so nes and the Rains seed a sown and the Harvest ripens. From every whig by Eiery whig Tongue in the land comes up the cry of ruin ruin ruin but like the spirit of the Vesly deep ruin not come. I is it possible that the same party hat thus prophesied is again organised and n the Field yes sir again in the Field and with As bold a front As to the people with As much Confidence a if they had never prophesied falsely. Ive hear no More about the Tariff of 1812. It sleeps by the Side of the United be Tea Bank and sleeps the d ath that has do resurrection. The am rican people h Ive Learned by sore experience that the i m to purity of a country Carnot be promoted by taxing the. Energies and Industry of in so ple. Already is the Federal party avoiding the Issue of a High protective Tariff and like the Bank Issue in a few years it i Rill be openly repudiated. The in presidential War is now the sole i waged by the Ains the peo entry during Oral Jackson red upon the i rated in the at Day will i federalism own. How imprecations Aat Good old i stood like a ated Ocean the surges Kre whelmed pm a cons i and pro t of a Revo Ila in to to mad pod of the subsided. Broken its be country i pulse to a flu Money inflation in when the banking Ytem had exploded for do Ever be found ready Fin the Large of All those duties he owes to Bis co Stilu Mepen moneys of or. Ind paper m its own that sagacious state Iman and sound i Democrat advised a Reti part of overment to the Curr Ion and the on the nay of the of an ent Treasury in which the Public hould be kept for Public purposes instead of being deposited in Banks and loaned out to speculators. Tea passage of this just and constitutional measure by was the occasion of re Lewes excitement and agitation so violent and noisy that the i Oice of reason and Argi in Cut was for a Tim unheeded and in head j. Both upon the Bank and the inde Pem ent trea sury hav the thu Mali of our been sign .1 and Complete. Fedex gives seem instead of reverence Mer idol. It openly repudiates inn Isles list now o its for or care fully Cone eals an Issue upon which a few years ainu it stood and battled a i for life the inde Jan Dent Treasury re a table eyed and in Success Fol operation is no Onger As sailed. I indeed i Hazard nothing in saying thai a Large majority of the fed Al party that saw in this treasure Only to Eless irretrievable ruin Are even ignorant of the fact that or More than a year p racy thai been the e slab shed Law of the Lai in the Lite presidential election Riff of was put Forward a tooling am i All absorbing Issue. I the to me can to this federalism i Clung As to its last i and most Darling measure. The ruthless respected nothing Ven my it has demo arable or tt0 ig01ucuu1u v3 i jew Suc d Jac f clamor and complaint. Our soldiers however Are doing up uus Ness of War pretty successfully ant doubt not but an Early peace will find still prospering with enlarged Bonn Darija and new Fields for american Enterprise 1 labor. Such sir is a Brief chapter for the history of federalism in my Day. What do our opponents Promise to them selves or to the stale by a change of a ministration in Pennsylvania what re a Honable j ground of Edom Plant is the against the policy or conduct of franc r. Soft to at what period in our Histo have the people of this state enjoyed a i Ger share of Prosperity and Contentment is not the peaceful and n secure Ait the rights of person and pro a purer and More administration of its affairs. The Federal party has no reasonable ground of opposition to Zvir. Shank totally with ardor to his support. No Public Man of the present Day has evidence of his to the democratic Faith. As True As the Needle to the pole neither tha assaults of enemies nor Heim Jar Jenab has move or Tittle frown. Principles upon which rests he superstructure of american democracy. He has fearlessly exercised his High constitutional prerogative in arresting All partial and unjust legislation. Standing upon the platform of on he has driven from the Legisla Tive Halls the whole Brood of monopolies and corporations. Appealing to the Constitution and the Bill of rights he has resisted All Grants of special setting the primary truth that the Grant of exclusive privileges to some is repugnant to our whole system the intent of which is to make firm the equal rights of such is Francis r. Shank. The Plain practical Clear headed and Clear sight i Man. Pure in heart and simple in manners he is the pattern of a Democrat and a Noble representative of the character of his native slate. Wifel recommendation or claim upon our support does Jake Irvin lha Iron master of Certier county prp9o.ii. That he is a Man of business integrity and a fair Are of intelligence i do nut deny but what Public service has he Ever Ren dered 7 what evidence of Superior ability has Tol Ever Given that Diasio Guinea him from the great mass of his fellow citizens t can any Man give an answer to theae in quiries t has James Iriri in any act of his life shown either extraordinary Capaci City Peculiar Fineu for posts of High responsibility and Trust 7 i have never heard thai he was remarkable for anything except the faculty of growing Rich without Al s not labor re warded and Doi s not capital receive a fan vestment. Promise see Noi to make right have i heard an return for its i what is there that in i am unable accusation again by the a or honesty of Francis in. Shunk. There is no ground of opposition to the democratic parly or its candidate upon which a reason Narjes and candid Man can stand. We have Triu phed upon Ever r Issue and every measure Hal has Divide parties fir the last fifteen years. We have proved t y reason and demons ruled by e Prience the soundness f every Principe the we shave Contin ally prophesied ruin and in each instant prophesied falsely. Thee is no affirm it with Confidence there is no Issue of Princi lie or policy tha attitude o oppose done or of capacity spotless sin a Ion the Federal part dare pres ent in the approaching election Fol governor. Driven from every position proven Fulte in every prediction they Abat Don All and doggedly maintain til position. The he a Mere partisan a hunk not for led to do not b cause of his if re unfitness but l Oto Foco and this the pure t character reputation. He is a dec s enough to so taint the of Agai is this grievous life faithfully and honestly de voted to Tojic Public service weighs but As Feather in t be balance season and True Are Al lower to exert no i influence again partisan p Yudice and Erro the a ministration of g of. Shunk a been marked by signal ability and Success nine year i of Mal admin isl ration precede his Iti duct into office. 1 he credit of the state was seriously impaired and lilt Confidence entertained in our ability Lopa the inheres Ion the Public debt. The Rev Enue from our canals and railroads waa i consider ble. The alter native Seerani inevitable of increased Taxa Ion open repudiation. The most Rij id system Economy i cd account Bizilj was enforce throughout every department of the government the effect of which Felt in the to More than double the former Revenue of the Public works. The slate interest has been promptly1 restored and the public1 credit re established upon a Safe this result no withstanding a Large increase e of business a Pon the state improvements tag mainly been brought about through tha Energy a id integrity of the Predell . Not a Dollar of the Public Money Hai been Yiquan Deridd or misapplied. Nevi r waa state labor. He is i believe distinguished from All other men in his Section of the stale far tha facility with which he appropriates the profits of other men s labor to. Jamea Jervin is a federalist of the old stamp a Man who counts Bis wealth by the Hon dred Tho Saada. This it woe thai Poi Lei him out to the Federal party a an available and Brusly candidate. The Conadera Tion of his vast wealth give him the Nomi nation Over Bis More talented but poor competitor Ujj Uiko Cooper. There has been such a leaven of democratic Aen Simear in fused Ioco the Public mind of late upon the subject of corporations and monopolies that federalism was unwilling to Trust any Man except one who had heaped up enor Mous in the enjoyment of Speed of privileges and who was connected by the closest ties with every Branch of the family of corporation. The monies aristocracy of Philadelphia City apprehended danger lest a poor Man like James Cooper should Fine Nan some some agrarian Loco Foco notions Boul and the right of the la would never do to have such a Man and the matter was therefore taken in band by those who Etrul can the nominal Ion of or. Irvin by a vote of Tiro to one a the convention taught or. Cooper and his Phalanx of Young and enthusiastic whig friends that mind stood a poor Cianco against Money in the councils where fed eralism1 sat to deliberate. It is even to. Irvin a the Honey candidate and if elected will be Golf lined by the Money of the state j the interests of Mony will Over ride All other consideration. It will return with an appetite sharpened by abstinence and Goj be itself Wilh corporate franchises and immunities. It will again riot a the jails of monopoly will sue need monopoly until the Industry and la Bor of the stale shall be completely within the Power of its voracious jaws. Irvin sealed his Fidelity to the Money Power in his steadfast support of the United states Bank and by his violent abuse of general Jackson during the whole period of his administration. So unrelenting was his hostility that it followed the Patriot into retirement. When in Congress he made a cowardly opposition to that act of jus Lipe by which was refunded the e Fine imposed on the old hero for his defense of new Orleans. Again he gave a new pledge of Fidelity to the Money Power in his advocacy and support of the late bankrupt Law a measure More pregnant with iniquity and fraud than any other act of modern legis lation. It robbed the honest labourer of millions and enabled the fraudulent debtor to maintain the sumptuous extravagance of a Prince. Sir the Brief period of Federal opposition to Francis furnishes a Nln windings and of Llinat party i a member of t bar-convention1 hat assembled in to nominate a candidate Gove rtwrv5 the nearly equally divided Between and the lamented Ihunt a. . In accordance Wilh my Awn feelings and in obedience to the wishes of my for Utica. I supported the Immi ution of Shunk. After several exciting session the Choice of the convention fell Upin or. Muhlenberg. A i no. I member deep symph Tbs expressed at the Lime Fay the whole Foden i piety of be Funk i a had been Cheater. The the Money am the intrigues of or. Friends Bod triumphed oven the Sterling honesty of. Or. Shunk. Yogi would have supposed from the Praise lavished upon him that have secure stale bar was was b very it abandon holy of Foo. In the to mingle in the corruptions is of Politica life. Federalism in untarnished private character charging i Pon him habitual vices in his daily life and con versa Tion. A sudden and pal Long re moved w. Muhlenberg to another world reach of civil Runny Aad Federal detraction. The Contr Tiibi Nunnun Ousby Nomine Erl this honest Frank As the car dilate of the democratic parly., the tune was Psi toil changed. The Federal went into mourning and c Lumens Weru Theo it sailed. Shuttle waa a knew bal but my Brenner bad Man be of Uhlenberg and filled Wilh eulogies of or. And their dire eled frauds it., was do longer that honest Funk who a Fen Ron Tbs before had teen cheated and fraud ignorant lived upon out of a nomination by bribe re no sir no. He was. Now Diaho Nutil old Ofta office All his life Toraei about this time a new party bad sprung into being a party born of intolerance christened native its baptismal Jire with a boldness in iniquity s Tion of Ibe holy scriptures i allele its partisans seized the Lible in and a Torch in the other and commenced their labors of Reform i midst riot and Ibe blazing ruins of burning churches. Feds Rauben Wilth Olbis pondering to its. I of is fourth
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