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5 Dec 1856

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Lewisburg Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 5, 1856, Lewisburg, PennsylvaniaLewisburg chronicle. By a a. N. Worden k j. Ii. Cornelius. A a an Independent and news journal. Lewisburg Union co., pa., Friday december 5, 1856. Year Xiii. At $1,50 per whole number. Go. Year always w Advance. Kra a in a Tmur. A a tto pm la of. A prayer for remembrance. To 4r a a a a a a f with in smurf pm my we Fla i i mum it tru to it Ihn bowl with it vl1 jut Quot of Quot Mha. To Quot to or Yuri of. Fri to 0. A a a. With Aai Arr t Lri cum. We Ali warm un4 chant a Fatima of. No jail to or nil Uris Robt to Ltd a a a a a f Wrath Bart i an l a pm Bra it Haf it i k re Illus Htam a a of Eafin an old. la Clatl a to m or a Tapete i m1 r a tif it the or Nam Zinra a a a a. Aai ail us b a a Suter or met it ii of it a Tariff Lar of. A a i4i to pm quite for try via tit. Or gift in it to to r aul that Mark or my pm Ara. The or a a a us it la Uit but a it Orff a to last a a it huf �00 1 . F rth a a Tim an i Rar. Bor Atar he Fly c tin ii. I dirt Xvi a w.att4 1 rc�ifttbm4 by. But a hath to ilium hear flan re pm nil it a Tiitu a al and far War Bill and a a a an i a Ai Une it it to Anro to or Ball tort. F a a Alai a it Fri Crair an l u a a Lugiai he or a Lugt ki�4< Tum a i of my h iii a Ini Rio Trivun imn it a. Raj it a a a 1.1.11 Tae list Hail prom the r. V or. s history of it. Pm a Mit sync r Turify in Ursyl Usuia the re ii a gives lilo full Wing affecting incl or fue Waul of help to Rise ibis Cabin it a As built of poles it a As about twelve by four teen feet to the Muo 1, ind but one Roo i. Alicr b a bad raised Illo Inch o height Bat be c Gnu a stand upright in it the poles a Ere gradually Draco Tiou each Side till they met at the Ridge. I Pun a Ere Laid a Robick bark fir a roof a Feir atones a err Laid Fra Hearth and built up a few feet in the rear to a Protection against the fire in Pou this platform were piled huge logs from which ascend d and found to Way through an opening left to the Ruton for this purpose. The Cabin stood with its cuts cast and West. Windows it bad one. Lie was Able to bring but Little household furniture into ibis wilderness. Lie therefore made use it f such As be could hastily make with a few tools from the native treat. There were no Cibort quake Ray no saw Mills. Into Tai. Bumble dwelling be moved his family to the tenth Day of april 1791. During this season he had the society of a few settlers who bad c one without their families to begin improvements. They Sil left however in the suture in. Lie Wilh his family remained alone is this vast wilderness to Speed the Winter. It proved to be a severe one. He bad raised a scanty Supply which lie hoped by proper care woul l be sufficient. Ii in nearest neighbor lived about four teen Miles from him. Not the sound of a Bruniau voice was those if his two Lainily. With them be f in his companions with Llie tii be shared the wants and trials of the Winter with them the dreary nights and lingering Mouths passed away. The storm rushed around Bis rude Cabin searching nut its crevices or rearing mimic Alps Boal Lis door. Hut our solitary Piou scr bad other and More formidable obstacles to encounter. He was obliged to bring Bis Bay for tvo cows and a Yoke of oxen from a Bear r Meadows a distance of nearly two Miles. His wife in his absence while attending on the duties of her household bad stepped upon the inc slipped and fractured a Bone in her Ancla. Privation and exposure brought on a severe cold. This was soon accompanied with a High fever. Soon her Guiod wandered unconscious of her condition. The storm rushed around the poorly covered Cabin and sifted the avow upon iter bed. Her youngest child an infant of about five months also sickened. A raging fever bad destroyed in natural aliment his cows afforded no substitute for it it rapidly declined under sickness and hunger. 11 is Stock of provisions was dearly exhausted. Ills potatoes had Frozen by the unexpected severity of the a inter. Hut even without this loss be would have bad a scanty Supply. He saw with regret that Bis provisions were not sufficient to Supply even the limited Waou of his family there were none to assist him or relieve him one moment in the care of big children and his now More than helpless wife no kind voice greeted him during those lonely and trying months no hand Ronget Relief. Obliged by Tbs Cir Eum Stancea to remain at borne be saw hunger famine and Pera a death coming upon Bis family with steady and Rel Kutlesa step. The Deer the Elk the Lear Sod the Panther roamed in these Una Tuku wilds but our i queer bid no Means of taking the animals that prowled around his dwelling. At log to his food fur his family was nearly exhausted. He bad for several Days kept Bis children on a Small allowance a Keg scarcely nothing himself. He still hoped that god would Send Relief. He divided his last provisions until they were reduced be a single meal. Before he distributed this he hesitate he looked Over his Lelord family sad hit heart was moved. There in Theooroe of the room Lay his wife to wasted under disease and a ant that the Light of reason had become extinguished. By her aide Lay an i Faut child piping Uway for but of thu aliment suited to in Yean. Of either aide of him a Era hit two Lille children looking no to him with tearful eyes fur bread. He arose cod took the last morsel and divided it Between them. It was a trying hour. With-0,t up a Relief those helpless children nut cry in vain for bread. A lingering dreadful death awaited them. Painful thought i i Ace these lored ones pint Sway with Bung a f must i Bear their unavailing Ery fur food ? Moat i close their eyes in death and Here alone worn of cd pm Kutova to i a rap. An important hint or. Iii tube i have noticed your invitation to Farmers to fur Ciiab you with their experiences and thoughts on farming and Bury their wasted forms in the w.lderne�? a it a a a a a a a Quot accustomed to it a can a father s heart Bear All this a such thoughts As we May Well imagine led him with a Mutual earnestness to him a who provide the for the Raven his he there keeled before god with Bis family and committed them to him hoping and trusting in his mercy for deliver a Bee. He arose from prayer and went to bit door when in Beard a dog bark upon the opposite Hill near where the Village now i stands lie Delsi sumly heard the if closely chasing a animal Down the Hill to the Lovka Waxen. Ruled with the Hope i of Dilir Clauce he Seix Dan old Tusk cd which had Long been useless and ran Downto the Stream where he found an Elk in the water Defemio iut himself from the dog. Is intense were the emotions of that hour that without Refl Tiou by repeatedly snapped the old , but of course to no effect. The butter whose dog Lud roused the Elk soon came Down the Bill Aud shot it. Lie with Bis companion who bad Couie out us Row shoes for a huot soon Learned the condition of or. Tautuu and his family. They immediately emptied their Lisp Tuka of palatable food for them t hey roasted a part of the Elk and Lefure its to Kab was yet fully cooked or. Stanton As a starving Man eagerly devoured it. After relieving their immediate wan la they went to of Batu other comforts for this afflicted family in the wilderness. Or. Stanton was soon visited by hit Cousin Asa Stanton who had recently settled near u a Mart. To these visits and the frequent visits of these Hunters he was indebted for Many comforts and the restoration of his wife and meant child to health. Inc Bonier who found or. Stanton in this distressed situation was or. Frederic Gates. Or. Stauton Ever after regarded this visit and very justly too As a remarkable interposition of divine Providence. He preserved the Boros of this Elk st n memento of god s mercy to him and Bis family while in a Mlak mad starving condition. Some years afterwards be kept a Public Bouse and bad them nailed upon the Tup of his sign past and often related to visitors and travellers the Story of his sufferings and deliverance. Wild Oats. The following from the pm laterian is a caution to those Yong men who Are tute Diug to sow their Quot wild oath a a daring a ministry of nearly Twenty years i have seen n great Deal of Quot wild Oats Quot sown Aud i never have seen anything hut Quot wild Oata Quot reaped from Quot wild Oats Quot sown. I have seen Many a one in Early manhood throwing the reins upon the neck of Bis lasts Ere the time of Mio Hood had been passed an outcast from society. I filling a dishonoured grave and the More warm hearted end Genera of the compose writing fur publication i accept the invitation. I Wake my first appearance in making a suggestion to Farmers which i am sure if universally adopted will prove of value to them. Lost wednesday on returning from Market i overheard two Farmers conversing to this effect a Are you going to the Eele Thomas to Quot whet Sale Quot Quot Why of at 8 v Quot this is the first 1 Beard of it i did not tee it cd the Quot True it did not appear in the paper. It waa Only posted in handbills Quot said to Ninia. Quot a it Cau t be much a said the other Quot if it has not been advertised. 1 Don t think i shall after hearing the conversation which waa the first information i bad of the Sale i cot to it. The articles offered fur Sale were Vety numerous end in excellent order Bat there were very few people on the ground end consequently thing a went off very Low some of them it not half their Raluca. I purchased sundry articles and on my return next Day to get Aud for them i observed the proprietor in conversation with the clerk of the Sale with s Loag. Moody face. Quot How it it Quot said be Quot my Sale has not amounted to half a much As my friends me although his Stock and fixtures were not near a valuable is mine allow is it Aud he dubiously scratched hit Bead. Quot Well indeed Quot answered the Elerk a i really do not know the cause of hut Reader the cause is no secret. His Friend 1 know advertised bit tale in detail in the columns of the 7va-yruy>/.where it was doubtless read by thousands nod the consequence was that about twice As Enoch was received fur the property sold at ait Sale to what was received by or. 8-. The few dollars paid for advertising was returned to him an Hundred when i say $.700 were the fruits of Hia advertising May not be going beyond the truth. A this is the season of Farmers auctions i Giro the above for what it is Worth. Farmer s Friend. Philma county a 4, 1856. Front California. The Illinois reached new York on saturday with 364 passengers and $1,830,-2-Jo in specie and news from ban Francisco to the 5th ult. The vigilance committee bad surrendered the stale arms and Gor. Johnson withdrew his proclamation declaring Tbs City in a state of insurrection. Earthquakes fires and Indian and Chi a Omrom Titi it this season. Checked pen Latiea. There Are two Kinde of perspiration sensible end Inse Tible. Hbeo we see drops of water on the surface of the body As the Renelt of exercise or subsidence of a Kansas must be free a in answer to the various quest Iowa that Are propounded in regard the Aid fur Kansas we would say briefly that All moneys _ or articles sent to Iho not Dooal committee Ferer that i sensible perspiration Perski byte been forwarded to the land of end for ration recognised by the sense of sight do us of ctr a bed their Demetio Ationo a but Alico perspiration a to gentle that it qty the Emo nil forwarded is not Euf Cut sol be detected in the Saspe of water fic Lenti however to Supply the Desty late Drope when no moisture can be fell when during the Winter. It a known to us Only by a certain softness of the skin that is insensible perspiration and is so gentle that it May be checked to a very Cutai durable extent without special injury. But to us popular language which can not be mistaken when a mania there Are about 3,000 persons who will require clothing provisions and Medicos to keep them till next Spring. All clothing should to forwarded previous to the 15th of december As after that Date the transportation will be for Tbs sweating freely and it a suddenly checked Winter. All should to directed Sod the sweat a not brought out again in a very few Momenta Sadden and painful sic Kuem is a very certain result. What then checks perspiration ? a draft of air while to Are at rest after exercise or Getling the clothing wet Sod re mining st rest Obilo it is so. Getting out of s warm bed Sod going to us open window has been the death of multitudes. A lady Beard the Ery of fire at mid Highl it we bitter cold it was so near the flame illuminated Ber chamber. She left the bed and hoisted the window the cold a billed her in a moment. From that hour until her death a Quarter of a Century later she never us a Well Day. A Young lady went to her window in her night clothes to look to Tom string in the Street leaning Ber unprotected arms on the Stone win due Aill which was Damp and cold. She became an Iora lid and will remain to for life. Sir Thomas Colby being a a profuse sweat one night happened to remember Bat be bad left Tbs key of Hia wine cellar on the parlor table and fearing Bis servants might improve the Quad Vertance and Drutok Tome of Bio wipe to left Bis bed and walked Down stain the sweating process we checked from a bib be died in e few Dayt leaving six millions of Dullan in to glib funds. His illness we so Brief Aud violent that be bad no Opportunity to make Bis will and Hie immense property we divided among five or Oil Day labourers who were Bis nearest relative. 3k. i Nytuk we wish to impress upon the mind of the Reader is this when Yon Are perspiring freely keep in motion until you get to u Good fire or to some piece where you Ere perfectly sheltered from Esy draft of air whatever. A Hau i journal of health. A a a. F. M. Arny no. Ii Marine Bank building l revisions can to purchased on More reasonable terms contiguous to the territory than to Forward them from the stale. Our Prevot arrangements will enable i useful hints. Lit Konrat cake my weave printed in Tai part of our paper several times the fact that buckwheat meal make very much better cakes by being composed of one fourth of go Good Oatmeal. Thus with every three Burbel of buckwheat grind one Bushel of Bright heavy out u if it were All buckwheat. This meal give e crust and lightness to the Eakes adding much to their Quality my wholesome Oess. Tight barns Are an item of great in Polanc for the health and oof it of cattle nod fur the easy conscience of owners. If you would rest Well in the Scro night of january make provision to shelter All the Stock up a your farm. Cracks should be the Baru be made so tight that ventilation at the lop will be necessary. It Unkei much leu Bay and provender to Winter cattle in a warm stable and they came out sleek and fat in the Spring rigor Tai r Freet will do a Good work for your subsoil if Jou will Giro it a Opportunity. The ridges ail 8oru of now rare go a a it i Ity a a gentleman who did in Bot Tourt county a a few months ago devised Bis entire property estimated at 810,000, to one of Bis sister. After hit death the sister destroyed his will and dried i property equally Between a s Ster and Bir self. A Rara and n it ble exhibit u of la unselfish i of a sister s lov. A to reach Overy Cabin end equitably distribute the Bounty of the friends a a jul t�1 a it la heavy plow or with of Freedom. We have Retson to believe bet 20,000 the Spade. Ground Early crop should that is walled to matured be it re Faretra and mechanics who have Means Ridging. Make Tbs ridges at least two feet to defray their expenses to Kansas Aud High it let pm be As close together As is sustain themselves White they arc Perpar ing a Home for their families Are anxious to emigrate next Spring. To All such we would aay that we Hare mad arrangement Wilh Railroad i steamboats ao., so bet we ran assist them by furnishing tickets ait u reduction of at least 25 per cent on the anal rates of fare and Tran Portal Ion. All snob Emigrant who desire information or Aid can obtain it by writing to the subscriber. A think we have made such arrangements for Protection that articles sent to Kansas will not fall into the Haada of those who a to enemies of Freedom and Wear fully satisfied that if Tbefree-8ute Mea a sustained through this Winter in Kansas that even under the present organic Law that fair land must be free territory. Tot Ign ibis is not All that can and most be done ibis population must be the basis of nil our efforts they must be sustained there. M but in Deruve see met the responsibility reste opon the friends of Freedom �0 Befu a a do do 0f Turkey and other do possible with that depth. The subsoil will be pulverised by the frosts and will receive some ammonia from the snout and Muter Rains. Gat Beriro lie now frequently in heaps end rows in the Corners end under the Wisla were they May be easily secured. Soon the winds will scatter them or the snows will Oover them and they will be lout. Leaves Are among la Bee fertilizers within the reach of the Farmer they Are Good bedding for cattle Good in the compost Heap and oot bad in the Spring. Save 11 within your reach. Liquid . Webster adopted the following plan at Bis farm in Marshfield. The Plank composing the boor of the stable were Laid about an Inch apart and so arranged a to be easily taken up beneath this floor about two feet of muck or Loam we placed which effectually absorbed every drop of the urine and fur a a a 4 Cuba boat. Is a very excellent assistant natural disposition of the Yinug men the 8564 cattle 350 Bones and 7700 beep. A ice Rad Young Taeuu. We see in the agricultural Papen North and but of us various remedies for the Protection of Young tree in Winter against the destructive attack of mice. Various remedies a proposed the following Are among the number end we condense them for oar readers who May be infested with Micer. David Grey of Oneida county take one Pound of tallow net wan on the 1 Pacific coast Are mingled of tw0 Hurt 0f common or melt and with news of Good mining Labora and the Miles Hore ugly and applies while warm arrival of 886 Overland emigrants with with a paint Brush to the trunks of i Xiuru rapidly hat vice done its fearful work and the More terrible the Wick it Bee made. I have seen others giving Way for s Tunc to the indulgence of Pauloo afterwards the hopeful tue arcu of divine Grace. But i have heard As they have smarted under the consequences of their Youthful a ins lament their course in Early life in language like Shalof Job a your Bones Are full of the sins of oar youth which Shell lie Down with of in the divine Wisdom gives in lessors in such language is this Quot train up e child in the Way be should go and when be a old he will not Deport from a my son if sinners eoties thee Cun Teut thou not walk not thou in the Way with them refrain thy foot from their Quot blessed be the Man that walk Etc not in the Consel of the ungodly the business connection of col. For rout with the banking firm of Palmer Cook a co., was falsely and fraudulently alleged and was used to prejudice the ignorant and the new Comers against him. A was generally Republican party would not in so abort a Lime compete with to two other parties one backed by the dem. General government Aud to other by the am. State government there waa no Republican party and would have been none bad not Fremont been dominated they Bare however in 31 months made the nucleus of to organisation and thrown a handsome Vou. It is thought they have carried pert of their ticket in Sao Francisco and several other counties. As far As Beard from buc Baoan had 20,000 votes Fillmore 15,000, and Fremont 10,000. This i 1 nor Sudeth in the Way of sinners nor a too of the opposition it was supposed Sittel in the seat of the keep your feet a Rte by making a composition of tar tallow Beds we Lampblack and Tanner Oil in the following Way to one pint of melted allow add out pint of Tinner a Oil one Large spoon Ful of tar and of Lampblack a piece of a Mcswai the aise of a Ben a egg. Heat this All of Bot stir it thu roughly and set it away to Cool. It Aronld be kept in an Irun i Sael and applied with a Broth. Do not beat it in for it Waal to remain of the outside of to leather. When it is thoroughly rubbed in Wilh u Brush put of your boots or shoes end walk out Sewny from the fire. This preparation is very Good for the harness that is worm by to Loam borne in Rainy weather. The proper Way to apply it a to Lake to Here to pieces clean it Well then the preparation into some warm water a a Iron pot to preparation will remain w top of the warm water. Then commence by dipping a piece at a Lima of the Baruz Inte the pot Odunjo times. Paar Cal religions and charitable contributions of to Christian natives of the Sandwich islands amounted during the last year the within n fraction of f 19,000. Would insure the Success of the democratic Klec Tural and Cunn Aai Unal ticket end give them the legislature. The Flection in 8an Francisco was conducted to entire satisfaction. The Bellot Bujcs were made of Gleet Bechanan end fill Mure both pledged Thomse Leifur the Pacific Railroad taking care however in keep their letter Back to that they would not be published a the Hast until after the election. Fremont pledge All three written to by one mail waa read East and West before election. Guv. Go Dort of to by gov. Ago Lar with the Loes of 50 killed end 200 . Welker it was elated waa Well posted in Nicaragua against bit fue. Trees As High no As he think there is suy danger of their being gnawed. Taaje the ter but mixed bes no in Uris of effect on the Trees. P.h.w., of Mohawk,n.y., condemns the or application saying that a neighbor of Hia tried it end though it effectually kept off the mice it killed nearly All the Trees another recommends to tramping Down of Snow around the Trees. The mice Lay Low in Loose Atoff end will oot penetrate Bard Earth or Snow to get at the Trees. The plan generally adopted and with Complete enc Cese it to Bank no the Earth around the tree a foot High. It is done expeditiously and of the score of labor it also has the Adsa Nuge Over others. There Are several other remedies mentioned but at the backing no process is sit i Pla Sod inexpensive end perfectly it is the one to by. Recommended. This baking up has Alt other adv taught it protects the roots against severe Frost As Well As a undue Quantity of ago nature Wilh Wieb the tart it usually saturated to Winter at least in Moat Germantown Terry rape. Of William and if they will liberally of their Abund Ance Supply the Means to feed and Clute the hungry and naked and thus resin them in Tbs territory it Vanoot be desecrated by slavery. W. F. M. Arny uen l agent National Kaasala committee. Boston nov. 20, 1856. The freemen of Kansas will be sustained by the freemen of new engl Oil Vermont by appropriated 120,000 fur to Relief of the suffering squatters. Maine in due time will follow Ber example and Massachusetts it is confidently expected by prominent politician will donate �100,000 to sustain Ber exiled Citi Xeni end to pioneers of Ber free institution. The new Oglend Emigrant Aid society is renewing in exertions $100,000 extra Stock will be subscribed to in capital by the Cit Ixena of Boa Loo before the expiration of the present year. There it a North. Clothing for the free state men is Poar ing to from every direction. Two Hundred Tod forty four barrels and Box Hare already been forwarded from this City by the Emigrant Aid society alone. The cloth log is purchased and manufactured by the cil Ixena of Massac Huttu to Aid society merely Forward it to the National committee al Chicago. Money to buy provisions is now needed More than articles of apparel. New York Baa done very Little yet Pennsylvania and new Jersey nothing. Chicago alone up to within a recent period has Don More for Kansas than ail the Middle Sites together. Mystic fowls pulverize and mix with food end let broken pieces lie in their Way. Carrots raw Giren to Brae at the rate of one or two a Day Are s Good thing and Aid in giving them Glossy Coats. Many horse Are fed too much. Overfeeding gives them disease and shortens their live. Hard Wood Law dust is Good to preserve Apple in provided the up plus Are put in sound Sod do not touch each other. The i Gittoe sir Raitzin Virginia. A Virginia is out of the states of the Republic theoretically admits uni verbal suffrage. In practice however it appears that this right Mutt be exe Reisch according the the prevailing state sentiment or a Man is to danger of Hia life. A or. Timothy Stannard recently at Norfolk gave a vote Fer Fremont Wieb Hbeo proclaimed by Tbs inspector a i Tea custom a that state waa refused by that officer and the voter bad to leave the state for fear of mob violence. Virginia most Bare been taking a lesson in popular suffrage from Louis Napoleon who Only allowed such vote to be Given a were a favor of himself. The question whether baptists will he admitted to approach the meeting of the evangelical Alliance i regarded with great interest in Germany As a sort of test question representing religious Freedom. The controversy is warmly waged Ger and among the new and important Adhe memento raw a Waasa. My it on. Be this thy simple Plant serve god. And love thy fellow Man forget Sot in temptation s boar that in lends sorrow double Power t count Ules auge upon the Way a and follow Coa so Trace come what May i alike with Earth and heaven a Aceie. With hand and brow sad bosom dear a fear god and know to other j. Scott Harrison of Ohio who voted against to expulsion of the a a Gallant Brooks Quot Sud was duly eulogized therefor Baa been beaten by 6,591 majority. He was elected two year ego by 3,000 Voles. A served right Quot the Doug fim a learn that the firm Milne a co., extrusive Coal operators in the Leigh end other goal regions Hare suffered by a robbery to to amount of $4,000. The circumstance received Aras follows Quot of monday night the 20th ult., Ebay despatched a the meter named 1 Sanford Fowler from be Onsville Loverne Sonora waa defeat co., to , the ait of their Eoll Erie with the above amount in note to their bands. Hbeo be reached the distance of a Mil and s Belf from Twetkow a email Village net far from Amaru a Man stepped from the Forest without warning or prelude die banged u pistol to Load of Wieb look effect in Fowler s lids sad thigh inflicting a Enrioue but not fetal would. To robber thee a baited his Booty and fled Aad the injured area we Toon discovered sad Oon Puyod to s residence. This occurrence took Pise about Torta of clock a the _ seventeen been have been shot or trapped in the upper sad of Dauphin county in about of Mouth put. These Quot Block Republic a were flourishing Rit Smiths urge and Genera of a notions a part Detroit by done Mure tbsp the mute of new York. Surely it is Lime for new York to Art. Recent advice from kans a received in this City Indi uste test the Reanell of Tbs re rents of the vide of Liberty a or. Mcben Btl of Heidelberg and the celebrated Brum Marcher court preacher. The King is mid to Tsvor la Tolar Len of the baptists. Have or a a a final Colony among cent election although it by greatly pics a the Lynchburg is virginian appointed the free Mista Meo Sud pro por Ita trs that lbs negro Allen charged with to Daiely elated their of Ponnu Haa nerved the murder of pleasant Hunter we Quot tenth Resolution instead of a to Teo ced to transport Union Sod bit talus Hopes of our Galliot friends to the Terri tory. Jas. Pro path. Law Koch Dot. 80,1856. Quot Bat Aid by reached us. The Large tire Aloiv of eur turn Benov Ulesee have found their Way into our very Midi and thousands arc being mod glad. Had i time i would give you some incidents showing the Good being done and Bow Bravo hearts who could Maul Tea enemy is say Odds tags just them sad maintain their ground now melt u they receive what they to Macb Quot Lawr big or nov. 18, 1856. Quot Over s Hundred Bones of cloth log bars arrived Sod la commutes Are lastly distributing to lbs is say. Could lbs Given look on nod la thankful hearts it would do Tasir soul Good. A i it it More blessed to give than to restive. Tail our Fri sad to Send s Tow Hundred Blaa Sta sad a Many Good Stoat shots u Tyty Libs. Tbsp Wilt be useful at All Laats but if sent st one will 1 think coma through within 21 Milts of Harrisburg. 1 before Tbs close of estimated st 91000.&Quot also that Tbs court Wieb had condemned the boy Tom to a banged for murder Bud recommended to governor to commute test punishment to transportation. The question occur he Virginia u Prosl of ology where it it located ? fret state Naan of Kaasala who bad been plundered by Border ruffians Rode Lut month 15 Miles into to stats of Missouri found lbs Man they were a a after a forcibly took from Bita four horses clothing sad Bla Aketa enough to repay what be had stolen sad returned a safety though Holly punned. Tbsp Oonea their mods of obtaining Justice we not ordained by statute but their necessity a a know no Owen lev Joy a the Republican meet Ber of co agree sleeved from to Alton District Illinois. Twenty years ago Bis brother Elijah p. Lovejoy we brutally murdered at la same Alton fur defending to Liberty of Bis Prata in spanking j against slavery. A a Tbs Nazareth a nov 28�? Sobona Heil s highly respectable Caitlin of ibis town committed tic id Lut night by cutting Bis thrust. The Causo of the rub act is not definitely known but a had been Labouring in Der depression for some Timo Prev Ozaly. He bore an Eacel Leol reputation Sod loaves considerable property. The lutherans of car thus offended by the strictures of the l t Heran o str crr Baltimore upon the conduct of in Restan s Brooks Bare according to the a Ewe Erry Mirror retailed to establish a religious journal to promulgate and expand to gospel according to the Patron Saint of that ,religious and political unites. Of the 14th null at Lap Rte Sullivna co., pa., John Miebach Kamin we executed for to Murler of John George visit Gruber about n year Aud a half ago. He died protesting to to Lut that be struck lbs fatal blow to self defect. Both parties were not dung sine from Germany. election for Mem sri of the territorial legislature Bas just been held in Nebraska and it is said although party lines Mere not drawn the members Chotro be far u heard from Are nearly nil at Roog free Matt men. Thomas s. Cunningham eq., of Beaver a by received from president Pierce to appointment of associate judge of the supreme court of Kansas in plate of Hon. J. X. Burrell deceased. Henry Koon 2d, who is now a to Vilkes Barre jail charged with to murder of William p. 8teveas, Sod who waa convicted at the sept. Term of court by been granted a new trial which will corns Uff the january term 1857. On lbs 20th ult at the mines of Tomp $&8hoicp3iic� 8jriqp William James was killed and we Watkins and we Jeffries injured. Watkins lost an Arm and j Frics an Eye. To two pipers in Tyrone City Bavo both gone overboard since the election. The. Y were the Java Aye a Deis a ratio paper published by a brother of Mich l daa Mage Chan and the other a Fillmore paper called the american Era. Manucl f. B. Morse the telegraphed and Lieut. M. F Maury of Tea Navy have received for to England and Denmark distinguished testimonials fur their scientific discoveries. Maj Jesse g. Clark died at Bloomsburg i3tb ult., age 21 years. He we a Printer served under Geo. Scott to Mexico and we Register a recorder of Columbia county for two term. Samuel , dieted fur the murder of Geo. Of mad at the a a free liquor in com Pec at grat Xuwu Lavt fill we Lut week tried defended by duo. John c. Kunkel and acquitted at once by the jury. Cait cred we learn that Smith to German who escaped from jail at Lewis town a Short time ago we re captured at Shade Gap and brought Back. The coloured Man is still st Largo. About five thousand dollars Worth of goods were at Oleo at the Lime of Tbs recent fire st Billr Fontaine of. And seventeen irishmen Are now to prison in that town awaiting their trial fur the offence. Boston not.28.�?joaqu�n n egret and Demena Tea will Kuun Cigar dealer in ibis City have Bren arrested and held to bail to first in �5,000, and Tbs latter a $10,000, charged with being engaged a the slave Trade. Mil Aceie nov. 28.�?th Foa sral ceremonies of Solomon Jenera Tbs Pisa car of i Laukis took place to Day sad War very imposing. There was a Larga military and Eivis procession. A a col. J. W. White of Kansas Quot who bad Ossa rail log Man and Mossy in Georgia Quot for Tbs Southern cause a by decamped with the funds Tad left Bis men penniless. J. Lawreame get eve of to Rea. I ing Gazette is to most prominent Candida for speaker of Tbs pin no a Houat of representative. Samad Swartwout who robbed in a Tio Oal Treasury of is viral Hundred thousand Dollar while col Lector at new York died last Mouth a poverty Aad shame. 8. B. Cole see sods or. J. B. Hows in to control of to ask a a Farmer a Aad miners journal Quot at co., a. A Mao Ahmad Henry we arrest so at Northumberland Aad committed la jail on the 13th All., so a charge of stealing hones Aad other depredations. Fri Luson thar a a editor out West who thinks la proper Way of spelling potatoes is Quot Tbs Wjk Richir to dem. German Organ of Center co., pa., Pru Posu Arnold drug Hie fur president to 1mj0. Tbs Blair county Why is out for Simon a Auroa foe paita 8 Atea a coitus

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