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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 18, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaU. Tab in we ivc of cents deducted if year and for Cash actually in Dollar will be i i discontinued until Tiro option of the editor its not exceeding twelve lines in Itce times for one Dollar and for every inc lion Twenty five Cerita. Notices not six lines inserted for seventy five cents. For one or three the discount Imd i to yearly advertisers Woodstock it tie murder of Cilcy. Was consulted in All the stages of l Between the parties. I was opposed to i it .l.nn. Lenge. He Drew the Challenge it u m his own Jeand Fri original draft and which through but the United states Are and devoted to news politics it is not Only said the Young Man but you my betrothed Marguerite if heaven wills to marry to a most unaccountable Antipa thy to the sight of one of these less to now than formerly i once the name of a Snake would always de Prive her of sensation. But her father her times bound her flowing hair ii breath de Forth no word a , so fair her wondered Why p so in Yin to hide i Itji Licking in her dark Ohio Eye. It she said Wii me and Pray to a leaven Init Els May be t u a test Fanony of i Mother and myself have at various tried to con tier her silly but deep rooted fears of these reptiles. We have tried to a custom her to the sight of them and have of ten thrown them in her Way after they had been killed and then laughed at her screams that is the Only Way to conquer her fool ant said wily african in my co Witry we thus habituate our women and children to sights of horror. But a rested against the snowy bosom of its victim and there fastened its venomous fangs. Mother Mother faintly screamed the dying girl. But half suppressed laugh was the Only response to her convulsive cry the Jalousie. Was slowly opened and altar Gul looked in at the glaring Malig Nancy and triumphs. Said mrs. Willis she answers she has fainted with said the we will open the doors and see what is the some heavy object Lay against the he gave a violent push and entered the chamber followed by mrs. Willis and Theo Dore. But who can paint the agony of the from the we clip the and Calse charge from instant Janies the Boston. Atlas records this incident which .str.ikingsy. Exhibits the feelings and natural sentiments filth regard to the suffer ing poor which distinguish the Loeo Foco candidate for the presidency " on the of february 183i5 or Washington of the House of representatives presented a statement Forni the o Georgetown d. Relative the Condit Oltof the the Winte was one of unusual and severity while the Supply of Wood was insufficient i will w City d. they Are Ted to Mauries of their officers the Somerset that gave Harrison j in not 3 the Gar i in is in the ratio in daily communication with have no doubt of carrying that meet the wants of ithe suffering population. So happened that there was lends 10 fins forgiven. I. 11,h Sui it eth and Sre think Why. Bosom know i id Rcv Nije is suru will s like the Iii in tone Leal with tears m Cal we u despair Tom Balm of years Lull to Lejcar kit Rhein 01 o was once the Brido him the and the Brave m Lttie a him from her Side. Now she u leu on Cilly y s grave bail Iii men Whoso hands Are red Crolli a s Bina pause Ere they dare Vili Ilmi Luet to tread soil or breathe her air. A or Kerful Stum. Tin following thrilling tale has been trans id Huston journal from a passage in work. J scene is Laid in maj Lonj it is merely necessary to pre Gul is a favorite slave whom j Giro Nyht from Africa several i Are the event described is Suppo altar Gul always j Lail Hull to his master and Faith j k Diu is to Hii n. Slut in secret he r tie loss of hit Liberty Anil p i a Cipy Rev Noj. Smiles Shona but deadly hatred in no cd part. Nearly reached the thought strikes me. A m of curing her of these foolish fears if you can Only be prevailed upon to adopt it. We will take the Snake Home with us. But first let us Cut off his head. We cannot use too much j Noble fellow said Theodore As he As listed altar Gul to separate the head of the Serpent from the body. It is a whispered altar Gul to himself and the male cannot be far they proceeded to col. Habitation the Black dragging after him the bleeding car Cass of the Serpent. The House in which the colonel resided like most of the houses in that consisted of but one Story with wings. In one of the wings was the bad Clumber of Marguerite. A Piazza in front of the window and a screened the room from the devouring heat of the tropical Sun. Theodore approached the window on tiptoe cautiously opened the Jalousie and looked in was not there. Lie then 1 of eans presents itself j parents the Lover when they found that j a acted be Yard of the 1 to _1______ 4 1 i a it it re n f i they had Stumbke Over the dead body of the unfortunate Marguerite. As they they entered the apartment the ser pent was seen to g Lidi out at the window. Political. Rhode Island. We learn from the n. Y. Herald of sept. 5, that the great democratic meeting Providence on the 4th hist., was tin immense gathering. The procession through the streets of Providence is stated at about soon Strong. Space selected to hold the meeting was about a mile to the Southwest of the City on the Hill to the rear of the prison where gov. Dorr is when the main part of the procession arrived upwards and fashion Nore would be needed for the of Congress. Or. Washington accordingly moved that of this superfluity thirty cords be placed at the disposal of the mayor of Georgetown to be appropriates for the Relief of the suffering poor of that City. Was there any one present so unfeeling so insensible to the dictates of he so deaf to the cry of distress and that went up to the Capitol from its very Walls As to object to this charitable proposition yes there was one. He Rose and opposed the motion. It was a lad example. It lie said undignified for legislators to become of the poor to Hoard to Deal it cd to Lyle of the District. And when the House con Taining a Large majority of the friends of that voted by a decisive majority to extend a helping hand to mainly e i 1 around Mernit a . Lic icly Civ their Sharon us had already of , great distance a been v. As Ras about in 105 a firl of 11 .1-11, Forcet of huge blocks Rani Inch seemed o have been Lan Iticia y insipid up around he heard a fear , a l stopped Short. It was the Arp Bis of a Serpent he soon after heard of wings Over head and on look up saw Onia of those Large Birds called or Itan of War Birds common in Apical , which having already Des net i ii Serpent was making Large circles in Wair. Approaching nearer to his jes moment. Lii Seip seemed to be aware of the in Funty of his Force and was rapidly gliding Nisvis Ilen. When the Bird apparently of intent Ion descended with the a of and alighted in his path wings which terminated Bony Jim therance and served him m a Clib and a shield he cd ecu Jet Retreat of the venomous took the Serpent from the hands of altar Cju who As it seemed through an excess precaution first bruised the neck of the rep tile in i Remc. Theodore bid the i Serpent whose Brilliant hubs had already be come tarnished death beneath the Ilies 1 Tible. He then real red an. Closed the Jurf a Resit. As he turned away he mat Colour l Willis who laughed heartily at the trick which Theodore Jas playing on Marguerite. The room Apprll Vintch co Marguerite was really the Asylum of innocence. The hand of a Mother Hall Beon there. It was seen in. All the elegant and useful furniture which in of cd the Little bed curtained with White Gauze stuccoed Walls polished and shining As Brehaut As Parisan mar ble that Harp and table covered with music Little dressing Silken jewelled in a word All those Trilling things which Are so precious to a Young girl whispered a tale of innocence love Aud happiness. The door opened and Marguerite entered. She seated herself before a dressing she saw not the reptile beneath it. While she arranged her hair and essayed a ribbon which Theodore Haj praised she Sang the song which she had been taught by her Lover. Soliloquy sized fhe Lovely girl i must try to appear As Beautiful As possible. To Morrow 1 shall belong to another. Of Theodore with what Devotion he loves me nothing on Earth can add to my she approached so near the Glass to judge of the effects of the ribbon that her breath tarnished the Brilliant surface of the Mirror i with her Finger she playfully and smilingly traced upon the Glass the name of Theodore. A slight Luisa near the Windova awaken her from the Ile Licious reverie. She turned toward it blushing lest her Dearest so limit the paleness of death instantly Pimo Over her features of two thousand ladies of Beauty in Georgetown the were seated in front of the the a whole Nobou t 1 2 acres appeared to be Chi cred with anxious spectators. The reporter of the Herald estimates that about 25.000 persons were present. Gen. Cata Erk ii presided. The crowd was so great that the speakers wore divided almost immediately and no less than seven were addressing audiences at Dif Points of the immense fiend at the same i time. Gov. Hubbard of new Hampshire and gov. Marcus motion were among the speakers and were followed by Alexander Weils esq., of new York a Calm Cotton of Connecticut Charles Newman of now York and others the military were ordered out by gov funner and artillery was station d in the Yard of the. State prison where Dorr is confined. The military companies were kept under arms in private houses on the Hill and did not exhibit them selves in any manner to the indignant Assem Blage. The whole affair passed without anything to mar the enjoyment of the com name of that member was recorded in the negative. His name was James k. Polk at Page 242 of the journal of the House of representatives of the United states for the 2d session of the 21st Congress it appears that or. Washington introduced the follow a of Resolution Kcjr that the clerk of this is hereby authorized and directed to order thirty cords of Wood to be delivered to Jhc mayor of Georgetown for the use of the suf Fering poor of that and that immediately after the Reading As or. Frelinghuyse never killed an 1-rtdiari" and is particularly renowned f01" thing that we rare aware of except for his Calm As a summer morning remark it my perhaps at the present to As Well to quote the which his celebrity is that his Glafry May not extenuate wherein he is and that the achievement May be freshly remembered this devoted Friend of the National Bank in his speech in the S. Senate june.27 1s43, on the Deposit question said it was strange that it did not occur to the president when he was fulminating his anathema against the Bank that effects would never reach it. There sits or bid die in the presidency of the Bank Calm As u summer morning with his directors arount1 rim receiving his salary with every thing moving on harmoniously and has his stroke reached him no sir the blow Lias fallen on the friends of the president and the so spoke or. Theodore Frolin Gheysen in 1834, at a moment when the country writhed in pain under the and when pres sure and panic were the older of the Day. To compel t he people to pass under the Yoke of the the Bank bad declared War against the system of terrorism hid been resorted to. Business was to a extent suspended and ruin spread it is in ipod Tant that this step he taken to secure a More organi action Civ the democratic party Sis for these 1st shall keep the other Well Ini burned of of Paruese 2.1. That authentic and Correct information May disseminated . 3d.-that the returns. Federal May be circulated a form authentic relied upon by our Fri epics for any purpose and especially to court crack t the false Ini ii r a to c n. N or t 1 lit around amid cries of revolution from the or official returns can possibly be i. Sate Lites of Bauk ism in Congress and else where it an organised system of Tor Ture in which or Frelinghuyse bore an Active part and in its. Ultimate Success he could not repress his exultation by this and Drew by Way of contrast to the excite press ions which May the treated by j a coition in the whig journals of the results of elections. I it is already ascertained that that party have a Well organized system of not Only in the publication of erroneous re turns of elections but by the publication of tracts and documents. The. Whig and some of the Neutral papers in every Section of the Union attend to the first Branch of the fraud and the congressional whig Central franking committee at Washington Are attending to the latter by publishing and disseminating one set of opinions by or. Clay for the South and another set for the manufacturing and abolition districts of the North and West also documents for the. North making or. Poll a free Trade Man and documents 1 or the Soufy. Making him a Tariff Nian. These frauds have been detected in ther Eloic we warn our friends to guard them. Dis cred it Evir Yth in coming turn a wig source until by i mat Ion. To Lucive d fro Iii those whose i fam f will be nut. To de to the truth. We. T always proves door outside and laughed at what they conceived to be her imaginary tears. Well done my Noble said colonel Willis cannot you scream a Little louder the Snake will not eat you i la Little thing How frightened she appears to but tier cries continued my dear said theod Ore Don t be alarmed. I put it there myself and you shall give me a kiss for my pains Sweet girl Merav while the hideous monster left the Flowers glided into the room. Marguer Ite finding her cries for assistance of no aval uttered a loud shriek and fell on the floor the Serpent raised its head and for a moment appeared to be recon loitering the Apar ment. But when it saw it s companion o the floor its eyes absolutely sparkled wit rage. It sent Forth a loud and Long advanced inv cards lira unfortunate girl. With a rapidity almost inconceivable to hideous reptile twined itself around the Grac Fu-1 and Sylph like form of Marguerite. 1 submitted a few remarks explaining his Rea sons for voting against the Resolution which i were that lie did not believe that Congress possessed the Power to make the donation re and that if they possessed the Power. I the suffering poor of other parts of the Union needed Anil were much entitled to such Charity As the citizens of Georgetown and that he was unwilling to Sanction a Prece people proved to be of sterner stuff than was supposed but though the conspiracy failed had the ingredients. Of the poisoned chalice returned to its own stir the remembrance of what was then not to pass away so lightly and Ijar. Frelinghuyse with his fancy pictures will find that the people have not forgotten thle part he took in the warfare against Clay and Adams on Texas. Or. Clay in the debates in 1820 upon the Spanish treaty Adams with in capacity and subservience to foreign policy in regard to Spain and the treaty by which Texas was then to the Terri tory said or. Clay which Spain herself had and corrupt should Mak e us More vigilant and Active to guard against the unfair and in just Means to which they will from Nec is sity resort to cover their weakness. We the speech from which the above extract taken May be found in Grer by Mcelrath s be and speeches of Henry Clay. A in Nix p. 23. Home took who in his Day was Consi red a most finished and unscrupulous poli , in answer to a charge of inconsistent y made by Junius in reference to his use and abuse of Wilkes replied that he could employ the Devil himself if he could Aid his or. Clay would go further. If the id Yeii Lemaa. Wears a Crown such is or. Lay s reverence and love for Crown d Heads hat he would be willing to receive a minis or plenipotentiary from the Devil himself. A base see says the mad Sonia by the new York Tribune that some f the whig editors have fabricated a report hat or. Tyler was to withdraw with the understanding that gov. Polk if elected a Giuld bestow a subordinate office on nothing could be baser than the grovelling wretch who could fabricate or circulate such a report. After presiding As chief magistrate of the nation nothing could be More absurd a preposterous than to suppose or. Tyler would accept much less bargain any office under a succeeding president. By col. Valentine Best has retired from the editorial chair of the Harrisburg Argus messes. C. C. H. Paine have become the proprietors and will hereafter conduct the Argus. This paper has an efficient ally am the. Spirit manifested so we Trust be continued Kwh unabated col Best resumes the Editorship of the Dan ill intelligencer. Dent which in his opinion was beyond the Power of Congress. At the same time and place it will be seen that col. Polk demanded the yeas and nays on or. Blair s amendment and remark1 cd that he would vote for it with the great est we ase his very language by the foregoing facts it will be seen that col. Polk was unwilling to appropriate the Oney of the people to private Charity but lat he was willing and so voted to con Tibule a Day s pay of each member of the Louse and which Wou a have yielded the urn of seventeen Hundred and four dollars cd which would have bought for the poor of thirty but nearly six Hundred cords of food. With a knowledge of the foregoing facts ill any upright citizen censure colonel Polk because he preferred appropriating his own Noney Over which he had unlimited and unquestioned control to the Relief of the suffer no poor of Georgetown rather than misappropriate the Public Money to the same Pur lose against his positive convictions of propriety on the contrary does not col. Merit the highest commendation of idl up right men because his of his own property disconnected with any violation of duty or scruples agreed to consider within the limits of Lou will Wisiana. To prevent the Transfer of Texas to Spain and to insult or. Adams or. Clay on the 20th of March 1820 Laid the following resolutions on the table of the House of representatives resolved that the Constitution Vest in Congress the Power to dispose of the territory belonging to the United states and that Rio treaty proposing to alienate any portion thereof is valid without the concurrence of Congress resolved that the equivalent proposed to be Given by Spain to the United states in the treaty concluded Between them on Tolje 22d Dikiy of february 1809, for that part of Louisiana lying West of the Sabine was in adequate and that it would be inexpedient to make a Transfer thereof to any foreign Power or to renew the aforesaid on those resolutions or. Clay endeavoured to show that or. Adams was of that treaty either incompetent or unfaithful and said that a single express Uii of lord Castlereagh had guided of or. Adams the United states. I am quite refreshed said or. Clay pen of count those he was Vei at Reading a paper from the after perusing sorry to say it he wished there was a thick and Renoir go to conceal them for Ever which the Spanish treaty negotiated 01 the part of in the language of an Able writer of that period the valuable territory however was Given owing to or. Adam s in Fidelity or leave the friends of or. Adams and or. Clay to decide that the territory was lost by one or the other is Western of a letter from a respectable Union town. Fayette county aug. 31st never looked better As re Gards our autumnal elections. In this coun we gave Van Buren but about 370 majority a will give Polk Dallas 800 majority. Assure our friends that we have no doubt Polk and Dallas will be elected. We must nevertheless do our duty we make the appea.1 with another View that channels maybe established through which we can develop to the american people one of the corrupt and villainous schemes Ever concocted by any party which has Beert set on foot by Whinery to subjugate Republican lib erty and bring our institutions Down to the Footstool of the tyranny of the old we do not fear the scheme. Its exposure will not Only defeat its Obj ept. But will overwhelm the men and the party who Concei Ved and Are attempting to mature it infamy so deep the friends of civil and religious Hout the world to the demo exec rate Ames. When the organization is Complete in sex posture will be made and their plan entered abortive. Therefore Aniza South East and Vest. P. S. This is to give notice to the democracy that the whig Central committee in his. City Are publishing documents purporting o show the votes of or. Polk fact Foley do not in All cases actually falsify Hia votes suppress some of. The facts connected herewith and thus give a false aspect to Bem. It will be the duty Damoc Ratic Larty in every Section of the country to Dis credit these them As vile whig slanders As they Are ask a suspension of Public opinion and write immediately to Washington to the executive . I the democratic association to Send the real facts in Case to be derived from the congressional archives As authenticated by the clerk in charge of them. The associations throughout the Union Wilh he pleased the postage communications sent to the executive com Mittee of the democratic association of Washington whose communications will in All cases be postage paid. _ the democratic papers throughout the u., states will Sutis Orve Lii cause of the democracy by giving the fullest publicity to the it shall be ser i in the remotest parts Obe Union. They Are earnestly re Quested to do so. By order of the executive committee James Towles chairman. C. P. Hen stack bed it to the Savanna Republican the leading Clay paper in Georgia says deny Trtat or. Hay or the of Georgia candidate he is seek for the establishment of a protective Tariff. adheres to the principles of Compromise Rawji j ilk ail ii Jit Feib. Polk 0. The duty of government to extend As far As practicable by its Revenue other Means within its Power Jtj St plot action to the in turks to of Union Mechanic arts and Lisi ii m gig is ii ii Siik 111 11 i v f ii 1 t5j Iff i newspaper

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