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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 24, 1849, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania31 Romlin we Spain Hora Litja agriculture j we jul Lull i v hit Ftfe tact it a this my sketches. From Etc Knickerbocker Magazine the first kiss. Speak of Don t include jigs Sig Mouier. Or sifter or aunt or grandma or a Cople in the family and n matter of Cofino. I one s wife Sveet cart. And other be mimics. That Are not Kin or Bood connection. That Suho sort to Call Liat is the sort i Tim going to describe. There it a Beautiful Village about Twenty four Miles North of new Enven called in the Indian ongue of Mccrany. Wiat it Means in Indian Don t know it uits not taught us in the list not Sci of a Here where we Learned our a a c s and progressed As far Asb a , when i was allowed to in Juatco Axl enter he youth s Nier tin reverend or. Fuller. One of schoolmates in the latter place was s Brnt boy of the name of Walter Mimril. I Laid him and to did every body of Riih old Village love him. He grew up i min Rod. Int not no new England to. 5 i i run a up at Home before they reach they tire transplanted and Ore flour a ill Pir Liand ports of the known world Tulit ctr a Yankee Craft has been or the stars no Hrpca. Walter Marshall when he reached the cd Fiir can non cd in View York from his a i o in the destitute situation that is new England boys that is to tic ill Only the usual accompaniments of City m Steamboat and leave him at a respect Able hotel and there let him sleep All and take a Good Shore after a tedious voyage of four months and More. The next morning we awaken him make him get up pay his Bill take a Hack ride Down to the new Haven Steamboat and go on Board. It is seven o clock a. At one p. M., the boat has reached its Landing his trunk and traps ate on Board the Litchfield he has taken a sent inside his destination is an intermediate Village. He is alone in the stage no not alone there is an old woman on the front seat and a presbyterian Clergyman on the mid dle seat. The stage is up in the City acid slowly meandering about new Haven town picking up passengers who have sent their names to the stage office As is still customary in that staid and sober City of mineralogy theology and other ologies in general. The stage Jehu pulls up at the door of a neat Little cottage in Chapel Street. A passenger a Young lady of Sweet seventeen or thereabout. There is not a particle of Copper about her. She on her Nurt. I _ _ i part half laughing has regarded him very attentively pushes Back the Golden ringlets that almost shut in her face and takes another look As if to be certain that she has made no mistake i Here is a seat miss beside says the gospel preacher. Moment that he had Given that first Long kiss of youth and that sounded like dear dear he tried the Experiment again and before the stage had fairly reached the Village he had kissed and re kissed she had at two dollars a year. Whole no. 585. Times. Job Harris s Panther fight i an incident in the Fau West. Joe Harris was the youngest of three Brothers bin the stage was now entering the Village in a few moments be at wary Puller s House. He bought of her and he Felt ashamed and downright guilty. What would Mary his Little wife that was to be say if she knew he had been acting so As these things passed rapidly through his mind he began to study How to get out of the affair quietly and decently. You go off in the stage i suppose to the next town or perhaps still further of no what could she mean Ruth i. 4 fair haired fair complexioned men noisy inso Lent and Quick of quarrel and constantly engaged in fights in which by the Way from their great personal strength and activity they generally proved victorious. Joe other hand was about the Middle size with dark skin and eyes and his Bullet head covered with Short Crisp curls of the wettest Black. Quiet and Cool in his Demeanour he Seldom or Ever got into a difficulty but when he chanced to be drawn into one gave ample proofs that he was by no Means behind any of his family in Fristic prowess and accomplishments. It happened on one of incident itself was vouched for by Many respectable persons besides the hero who seemed so notoriously known on account of that very circumstance and Hia sear covered body which Tolda tale of of the times. Political from the Pittsburg Post. Hon. James Buchanan. Highly interesting . We publish below a letter addressed to the Hon. James Buchanan by the members of the democratic county convention in this City and Aleo a letter written by a dumber of our demo cratic citizens inviting that co nectar j to ii late Pace and True hearted Pennsylvania be eve on was he v n Eeve on e state was the venerable Parson and his Good lady in As Van that Joe got mixed up m a it vat the doorway be up m a thank you sir but i prefer sitting on the backseat with that gentleman if he will let said the most electrical voice that Walter had listened to in some time. Certainly said the delighted bom Hay Ite and when she seated herself by him she gazed into Hia face with such a. Kind of n it chips who afterwards make the j a Delight and astonishment that Walter Mac Lints and men of this country and i look a look Down upon himself to As of other lands. He had a lit certain what there was about his person that i pretty Well stocked with hum a penned to be so pleasing to the fair Maiden i a by Jet cent Bible ins Mother pack j lie discovered nothing unusual. The stage i Cirull that he might forget it a on toward Derby at its usual rapid rate Miles an hour and the merry t o red a Turci r i. N. In Ihu a City Bank Bill and any it Miry patience perseverance and seemed As chatty and Cosey together As he oui Rod the counting room of a Elf lev Nad known each other years instead of in South mlnute3 the minister tried to engage the i a Cimity and Industry won him ringlets in conversation but he soon found him in. Fran la among them was an English 8elf she had neither eyes nor m re not Aho had a commercial House in ear3 Lor anybody else but Walter and he had Ciui a and a Branch at Bombay. To Wall in to d her More about Hia travels and Bombay co entry on by Ine-3 connected with 1m than he Ever told any body else before firm in Calcutta and did Hii Busi or since. .c3, with Tho firm Walter clerked it with and at last they came to Derby. The horses had Ere hitter attracted Hia notice. He was to be changed and four fresh skeletons were cirs of Only yet the Bombay harnessed and tackled on the old stage. Walter it Crumn him. Mule him a Liberal Hind cd the gentle girl Bic Toher old seat As gracefully lived m Bombay but always stopped in new they were aloud now the minister and the old woman tit at Derby. Well we Are off once More how1 far Are to to to t c Pius or among ins in and i Walter accept a a boys Don t often Start off on Gnu Billy Long wandering excursions Rait getting leave of absence Lor a Lew l. they spend in you going said Walter As the off they Ori Mahy came from and not quite As far As Litchfield. Pm As Litchfield. You say us 1 in. A ?0o j looks at the weather that our Friend reside at pompeian a 1 by nol nil be Church Tho old Steeple glad they will be to see Jou v Chi reduced m i How reduced in size and m j a saw o not co Ftp i in they must hear Tho old n inor a Vii if they Havo to take r in than i Ike a turn among the i Man old no in no very probably unless they have forgotten or which is life cry for i suppose i have alleged some in six not a particle the pretty maid forgot what she was going to say but at last remembered and continued i should suppose you had not altered for you said you were seventeen when you were Mother and , Shako last at your Home and now you Are Only Twenty Tfir Hon run 10 it v j three. You must have been grown nearly As o Are any very in a mull and if so to at who no the san pc is at the door my Lime Gre for 8tart to o did do All this pm. get to the stage at the tavern. Rovn the to id Sheid of the coach my told the stage Driver 9 pan i 1.1 get by minister.8 Fuller s. Mary Fuller lived happened to be the Parson s to was the merriest Lovliest l in she toilet s tint a Blue she was Only mrs old. And Walter was nearly seven him though to was Al Ali to he had fought her Battles Walter s Cousin too a 13 firs Choim for her Mother had been s of motor they were for purpose cd hereafter to be Large As you Are perhaps so but still i am somewhat tanned by exposure in an East India yet i think you will be recognized by every body in the Little Village. Do you know a Young lady in Pompeany by the name of Mary what Little Mary my Little As i used to Call Herl Why lord love you do you know hurl bless her heart my trunk is motion in t i and c to Ore Long Loose dresses of filled with Knick Knacks for her Especial use. Do i know her Why i have thought of her Over since i was away. Young lady she is a Little bit of a girl she is Only ten years old. No she must be older than that now. I suppose i shall find her grown by the Way Are you not cold it s getting the delighted Young lady was trying to con ceal her face which had called Forth Walter s of claymation. Yes it is getting colder it is nearly and so it was. Walter had a boat cloak and after a very Little trouble he was permitted to wrap it around her Lovely form and some How or other his Arm went with it and in the con fusion he was very close to her and his Arm she would have cried her eyes i ldei13 the ridiculou3 b merry ten minute8 York and just four the doorway to with a lamp in his hand All ready to receive Walter As he supposed. Where will you Stop in the Village 1 i will come and see i shall Stop where you Stop. I won t leave Yon. Here you have been kissing me this last half hour and now you want to run away and Leaffe me. I am determined to expose you to that old Clergyman and hia1 wife in the doorway yonder. More than that your Darling Little wife that is to be As you called her in the stage shall know All about what a situation for a modest moral Man was awful. To be laughed and who was she 1 could it be possible he had heard of such characters it must be but she was very pretty and he to be the Means of bringing such a creature into the very House of the Good and pious old Clergyman and his Sweet old pet and Mary Puller he saw it All. It Naa a judgement sent upon him. What business had he to be kissing a strange girl if she pretty 3 Hia Uncle and aunt had come Clear Down the to the door Yard Gate almost to the stage door which the Driver had opened. Walter Felt that he was doomed but he had to get out. God s expose me Young woman Al i will get thought Walter it s null Over with now he shakes hands with the Cler Gyman and flings his around the aunt. Mother our i is in the stage As i live so so come up no i Finisy Lyu Izmir in stage drove up familiarly known in those Days As visit p Subt tag in the course of the present sea Eon add years beside and land master in i8lsnd bring him to the v then he had to put his face Down to hear what she said and somehow those Long ringlets of soft Silky hair were playing across his Cheek. Human nature could not and would not stand it any longer and Walter the modest Walter Drew his Arm closer than Ever and pressed upon the warm Rosy lips of his fellow traveller a glowing burning regular East India Bombay kiss and then blushed himself at the mischief he had done and waited for the stage to upset or something else to happen but no she had not made any resistance on the contrary he Felt very distinctly that she had returned the kiss the very first kiss too he had Ever pressed upon a woman s lips since he gave a parting kiss to Little Mary Fuller and he would have sworn he heard her say something about the door Sill of e Vety old farm House a within a Circle f five Miles around. Walter had seen enough of the outside of the great world. He had made ome Money too enough for his modest wants be was old enough to so was Mary Fuller and before three months More had rolled ver their Heads the venerable old father made hem one in the front Parlour of the old Glebe. When the vows had been spoken the last prayer made and the Blessing pronounced Waller lasted Mary to his breast and imprinted 011 is another first kiss but now it first drilling kiss of married love and As he held her or a moment in his ardent embrace she whispered gently in his Walter dear it is understood in the vow no More kissing strange girls in a years have flown by since then and now Walter Marshall and his gentle wife and the Little people they Call their Stock in Are living happily and pleasantly somewhere on the Oiher Side alleghenies near a place Cal led Pittsburgh where he owns Large tracts of Withy Washy shining Gold but real hard substantial Coal Mes productive to himself and to the country he lives in. Poetic Fate of Genius in the poetic line is Cap itally verified by Hood in the Olio Wing Buckeye with its Brilliant blossoms they were suddenly startled by a Lowcavage Grill which sounded uncomfortably near and Ere a they could look about them or make any preparation will i a wild shriek of exulting rage a Large female Panther sprang from a limb overhead full upon the shoulders of Joe and attempted to fasten her Teeth in his Nick. To Twat himself around and seize the animal by the Throat Way to the intrepid bordered but the work of an instant and then commenced the struggle for life and death fist and foot against Teeth and claws. Of Little service however were the monster s Teeth for such was the vice like tenacity of the Back Woodman s grasp and the wiry tension of his sinewy Arm that the animal never once head near enough to his person to seize him but the claws did tearing service and in a few minutes poor Joe was As naked in is l e wag when to came into the world and As Crimson red from top to toe As Ere i Buckeye Blossom that Ever bloomed around him. Meanwhile with uni Reg vigor and Energy he poured an incessant storm of blows from his Iron fist into the Libs and Chest of his Savage antagonist who began after awhile to writhe evidently Pniler the punishment and finally confined its efforts to struggles to get away. But that was no go there warn no such thing mentioned in the Bill of play at length perfectly exhausted with his exertions and loss of blood the Hajj Jet Joe staggered Tod. Seat the body of the Panther now perfectly dead slipping from his nerveless grasp with its ribs and brisket beaten to a perfect Jelly. After his breath somewhat and while with Bill s assistance endeavouring to stau Ijichi the tense anxiety the Many heroic efforts within the past and present year of Llie Downtrodden. People throughout Europe to a Bigye Liberty dear the undersigned delegates to dependence and have had to deplore their the democratic county convention for Alle disastrous termination. Brute Force now rules Ghent county in session in the City of Pitts Hal Juan Ler of the Globe but yet Fiu rope is Burgh having understood thai it is your intention lest led to become Cossack. In is Irue that to visit Meadville in the course of this fall and the Brave hungarians and germans and romans wishing in Opportunity of Pamir our respects have beet but their blood has not to you personally m a Plain and Friendly Man n led Valn a the Providence of god tier our deep sense of your la we sooner or later Rise Iron tile Earth and to gushed and patriotic services to the country in a just and your constancy and Devotion to tie cause of pure and Radical democracy respectfully invite you to Stop and remain with us Gomo or return the prelude and the incentive loing from Meadville As Long As your pleasure lllumpl1 Liberty Over the innumerable hos and convenience will permit. A barbarous arid despotic invader. Man Sot St yours respectfully Irce n ills accords the spartan band at were sacrificed by treachery and but this sacrifice he by to1 Llin and libertine the has Lon the a William m Elzenny Wilton Woof Thompson our love ziment a an object or Neel b. Worth James Watson Jsmes Sill Inte to the despots of the Earth. The existence James Gibson John minis and. M f. Johnston of a free democratic Republic any where a a and if hey had the St in the meantime to ought to be aware that Thompson Thomas our government an object of e a Oil. A r n r la Nie Iii Anu in the Galbraith Geo. Funston b c. Sawyer jr., Peter Power to immolate our institutions the Sayer Isaac Grubbs Geo Sampson Juhn Gall eagerly Rush to the sacrifice. It is o which has disturbed the dismal and oppressive no truck to Horn head James Barr James Young Francis Klein ill Ever conciliate favor if owe Watt sis8? a Moffit i May their contempt. To an inde 3 0ma Karen i pendent part yielding them Justice but nothing Murp a Francis Quinette Robert ii. Alden n r Vii Power. If we did not the Fate which n so inst i Pitts drug sept. 5th, 1849 von James Buchanan dear invitation extended to you by he democratic delegates m pled to visit your Friend and fellow citizen James Buchanan Filliam Meredith John c. Dunn John Robert Donaldson William Karns and others members of the late demo blood which still flowed pretty freely he noticed the Rifle lying Down by Bill s Side and called respectfully your fellow citizens Jonathan Large r. A. Bausman Jas. C Rich i by Johp s. Hamilton w. W. Irons h. Sproul a Oil Amton w. Irons h. Sproul s a sing Andrew Bede Lenov Rea William Bryant 1 eels and so caters. Some Ittman kit not t t skips exd fact. This world is a fishing Pond full of Slippery James Scott James us Lisbury John i some Are otherwise James p. Barr Michael Mccullough James i men Are Wise and in nothing consists the out h the modern poet s Fate to write Hli upon a the critic Piti on what a i done then give a All ii Why Bill Why the did t you shoot the infernal Cretura when you seed it a Doin uie so hum says Bill. Very Good reason Why did t you Tell me t other Day if Ever i mixed in a fight of Yourn agin when you was getting the beat of it that you d lick me Ray if i d a Panther have you Down and Puttin it into you i d a shot him but Long As i seed you was Gettin the Best of it i would t a touched him Lor half of Fayette county if i feeling very much interested in the hero of such an adventure i soon after sought an introduction to Joe and in the course of conversation referred to the affair. He acknowledged the Corn and to gratify Ray curiosity rolled up his sleeves and opened Hia bosom to show me the remembrances left him by the Panther. Aside several deep Marka orthia face his arms and Chest were perfectly seamed As also he informed me were his lower limbs. If his stripes had Only been coloured he could have beaten a Zebra and Given him two in the game. I have hot deemed it necessary to be particular As to the 1 Correct new of the name but Tho truth of Quito i. Jan Jiuing Ziaei James Trio Iii Rihr i Patterson jr., Thomas Blackmore Samuel w of Man More than in self govern Black John Taggart Henry Mccullou rhed ii takes three Springs to make one lean Ward Ensell James s. Hoon a. S. Nicholson year he that turn eth one sinner from the John m. Irwin John Murray James Blackmore Reamer John Coyle Thomas Hamilton georg4 w. Layng James s. Craft Chas. Shaler David Lynch Wilson Mccandless John Wynne James Cunningham Charles Birnett l. B. Pat Terson Henry s. Magraw Fluffy Sweeney John d. Miller Andrew we. We in Lorie e. Trovillo l. Harper Joseph Ralston George p. Hamilton John c. Davits Alex. Carnahan j. R. M Clintock Robert Anderson j. B saw a Mcbride Joseph Little j. D. W. White Jacob Mccollister John Flem ing Samuel turbot James f. Campbell George r. Riddle Lewis Wayman Morrison Foster. Wheatland near Lancaster september 34th, 1949. F gentlemen an absence from Home of Sev eral weeks has prevented me from sooner acknowledging the receipt of your very Kiad invitation to visit Pittsburgh on my Way to or from Meadville where it is my purpose to go immediately after the election. This invitation proceeding As it does from the to the democratic convention of Allegheny county As Well As from is number of Ray other democratic friends and fellow citizens i most cheerfully and gratefully accept. I shall esteem it a great privilege once More to enjoy the Opportunity of meeting Anil cordially greeting those Good and steadfast friends to whose efficient and uniform support amidst All the trying scenes of my poli tical life i have been so much indebted. I feel that you do me no More than Justice in attributing to me constancy and Devotion to error of his ways shall Shine As the stars forever. The Climax of human indifference has arrived when a care How she looks. The shortest and Sirest Way to live with Honor in the world is to be in reality what we appear to be. Beauty eventually deserts its possessor but virtue and talents accompany him even to the grave. Men Are like bugles the More brass they contain the further you can them. Ladies Are like violets the More Mareet and retiring they appear the better you love them., so Long As we Are among men let us humanity arid so live that no Man be either in fear or in danger of us. One Rea son Why the world is not reformed is because every Man would have others take a Start never thinking of himself. Wise men Are instructed by reason men of less understand Init by experience the most ignorant by necessity and the beast by nature. J Wab and a. Buckeye girl writes to her True in Mexico a Long letter closing Keith a verse of poetry. She feels bad decidedly. To that you Are gone to far a a Ting cannons gum in bul it Hiti too i know you can to More Reinin Huvis Lii. Your in Rune Bee you come her no More i Hope i feet on yonder we Mihalj no More for Hoar Jenny Iran i and Jaenny dus Rait Bat til i be Peteit own via thee. I Kos paper

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