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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 January 1856

CHRONICLE il T ?jrv YEAR XII....WIIOLE NUMBER, C13. v FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 185G. At $1,50 Pkb Year, always ix Advakcx. StJL4 c 3 JANUARY 1, 1856., Kind Headers ! I have already told you the news of the year past ; au'l that which is to come, lo ! will you not find it iu the Chronicle, weekly? Wherefore, instead of Loring you about Turkey and llus-ia, Kansas ami Congress, I will offer you as a New Year's gift, an I'jiic I'uciu ! Shades cf IIo.mkii auJ Milton ! of lioli bras aud 31' Finy d I hide your dimiuished heads while I rehearse iu flexile rhyme The Annals of Lonaslown. L W hen Uxiox, funned hy Snyder's hand From realms of Old NoKrilLMliEULANP, j Became a County by herself, Sparc the was in men aud pelf, But vallies rare of limestone soil liewarded well the pluughniau's toil, And hills with gentle si "pes aside ! Within their bowels deep did hide j The sources of unbounded wealth, While happiness and hope and health Cheered on the people to commeuee An independent existence. To m...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 January 1856

oident to the character of the service re- The commissioners appointed to revise quired of our tr.iops have furnished adili- and codify the laws of the District have tional evidence of ibeir courage, zeal, and made such progress in the performance of capacity to meet any requisition, whichMheirtaKk.au to insure its completion in their country may make upon them. Fur ! the time prescribed by the act of Congress, the details of the military operations, the J Information has recently been received, distribution of the troop", and additional that the peace of the settlements in the iirovisiotis required by the military service, Territories of Oregon and Washington is refer to the report of the Secretary of! disturbed lv hostilities on the part of the War and the accompanying doeuinentM. ! Indians, with indications of extensive cotn- Kxperienee, gathered from events which Live transpired since luv last annual mes sage, lias but served to cotihrui tlie opinion lunations of a hostile chara...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 January 1856

LEWIS BURG CHRONICLE BY O. N. WORDEN & J. R. CORNELIUS. Ax Indepekdext Family axd News Journal. YEAR XII.-.WIIOLE NUMBER, C13. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 185G. At $1,50 Peb Year, always ix Advancz. gljc Chronicle. FRIDtY, J AX. II, IS56. $120,000 in jeopardy! The Harrisburg Telegraph, o( 2Gth nit., states that a recent attempt was made upon the Slate Treasury, involving a loss of a large sum of money to the tax-payers. It appears that several professional borers that despicable class who hang around the teat of government to "make money" at any sacrifice of honor or honesty preten ded to have discovered a Legislative Act, materially reducing the tares upon Banks f tin. Commonwealth. In consideration f a lanre contin-rencv. those borers nro- ceeded to test the question, several of the mooied Institutions demanding that the alleged over-payments of previous years should be credited as an offset to accruing 1 taxes. The first appeal was to Mr.BANKS,!tLolist. M th...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 January 1856

Lcwisbnrg Chronicle and West Hranch Farmer Jan. ii, I S5(. 'Tf.V I i ifiuisintri (Ljaiiiirir. isr o. .v. mtxnKy a j. ;. cormucs. Jan. 11, 1S5G. Oprnintr of l iiion M-uiinai y. ' Tliis Institution was formally opened,) on Thursday of last week, by appropriate Union Co.,Pa. ! v'AH professional l.u- j sines entrusted to liis care, w ill lie punctually j an. I faithfully attended tn. June I, '05 yl m-m m.,..,r.. .wmtf 1H l.l'Vmvu runoMru . r'. n V 1 feu I. hM u bl In.im.m . , Hr.r.M E0D COa.egC, Calllilc I Ii n MIB rnuiil WL.TI1. Am.rlmii Vt..nl r.-unrfl. t nnmln.t. rji. dtM for l-reuj.-iit .,. Vio, l-,i,ii. bii, I'mntiirm tnJ.j, lot.. JJ, ISM. PiiMTtTBii P.-c.o Hut, Onrnnlnu. in nom- ln.t. om.it.ba fr Canal l v,muiuioue r, Surrcvor A"I"'"-li' l'Jy, Jliuch 1, IU Compulsory Marriages Are seldom if ever Lappy or long contin ued a Divorce generally terminates a union where both parties are not cordial in it So, a Iissulution of Partnership t may lie mutual, when all parties are agreed ; Le...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 January 1856

-JUL Tlie Lcwteburg Chronicle. II UDII'tilltXT TAWIlt.T JOl lt. tituci on Friitiy 3brniuyt at Isirubury, , 1'uion county, Uniifihaniit. TIKMS. t.M par year, to ci ".tin IX Mr.ixct I tha samara r a looter or ah.oft.ir period. Tloia j eanta will pay for four months, 75 etr f.T Fix month, j 1 foraitrbtntoatlu, IS f't rlltrn OK nth,, for two aara, 4c. Siojjle No. 'a, i cts. raiments by mail U'aid 1 ! .ceired gold, poMae -tamps, or hank notw- at their ; taluekere. ,-':-'" M stop with ihe tiuie paid ttt. I ADrr.Eil-TrSTS han.tsomslj- inserted at cents per j qttara ana irek, 25 cvuli i-aeb aul.wiuent insertion. tl , or lii m on tin, S a year. Half a iuarr IV, 1. ToUawa $l,iOc,$l, JT.W. "ilcrrhant.-: Ac. not i rer a fourth of a column, $M a year. All others as msV be agreed upon. A witiarr ie lii liua of brevier, or 12 of nonpareil. I.nrt;e cutfs.sterootype, and .idvertiseuieuts of ; a demounting tend-nry, are n-d a-lniitted. Communications desired on topics of jrrner-il interest ' not with...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 January 1856

V; ? r Bonnets and Skirts. Little head and little bonnet. Little pate and nothing on it, (One might say "with nothing in it," but that yon charm me every minute:) I.iltle lady, now i know Why maiden let their ringlets grow, For otherwise as bonnets go Their beads would freeze, and that is so. Little waist and monstrous fljunces! How the silk sea waves and bounces! How the hooping billows quiver Like a lovely rustling river ! Oh, wondrons, water-stlkene 4 sea ! What whalebones in youi depthsuiust be' What lots of gold, all wastelully Squandered on you, bright silken sea! A Kitchen Scene. "Well, Dinah, Lere I come to cool: tLc dinner. Manirru has tucked mj curls closely under this cap, my arms are as bare as if I was goiug to dance, and with this hideous apron 1 trust I suit jour taste." Pinah, showing the whites of her eyes in the most extraorJiuary manner "Yes, missy ; but is dat a couk-book in your apron pocket V "So, you old lynx eye. You know well that it is a very interesting no...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 January 1856

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE 0 BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. E. CORNELIUS. YEAR XII....W1I0LE NUMBER, C14. . At $1,50 Per Year, always is Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1856. Ax Ixdefexdext Family and Netts Journal. Sfljt (Sljronidc. FRID.1T, J IX. IS, 1N6. OlilGINAL ESSAYS. Communicated for the LewUbarc Chronicle. And may wo not,without bauishing the honor or glory of the apostles and prime movers in the Protestant Reforniatiou,add to their names such men as Carey and Judson, the pioneer missionaries ? They live and will live as long as truth conflicts with error. The names of Clarkson, Wil berforce, Howard, and Washington, the patriot, warrior, statesman, and more than petuated, tho' they no longer live among men. Tbe first Mrs. Judson and Harriet Newell, fearless and devoted missionaries, Man a Self-Survivor. "Know thyself!" was tho sage counsel of a heathen philosopher. What aut.ject of j ,11 tj,e fathor 0f county are BtjH per- ttudy can De more interesting auu pruum ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 January 1856

r A i Br o. x. iri. '.' Jl .' IIH'K'IK V J. II. VOESKt.ll S. J AN', is, hv.r,. ha. tu. i.t-t hot c.nuiaii.'a of any N,.-ip-r Cmra 4-owitjr. 5.Tli American Vil i -njl .V.iiT,riI. I.. ti'nihitt randi- J y.v i rj-.i.i. nt u.t. .t ; - ' . jt:e eaiil.tM' I'-tr '! O'Uiiuiw-ioarr. !ure?ur n-rI. U.RU...rr i. TwM.r. Mr. h, JS:.. FOREIGN NEWS. The America reached Halifax, lljth. Flour and Cotton,at I.ivcrpool,declined ... 'UUIUVVIIUb1li eaec propositioni! were Ftiil exchanged i . . .i it- . ti -.i . i tetween the belligerent rowers, without i , , , ,. ... ... i nj marked result. Meanwhile, warlike .- ., I preparation! continue ou all sides. r '. . ,. , , The llunian claim to have captured a troop of Jtritish how, and to be making rood use of their victory at Kars. j fc , IfirThe 112th ballot f.T Speaker stood : r-. v &mi Panks 68, Uiehardnou (55, Fuller '20, all '-hiring out ncgroei!," "Uyiny ami srlliny others 13, 'necessary to a choice 0(5. The I n-jrun," "selling of slaTes at public an...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 January 1856

-JUL i w , i J The Lewisburg Chronicle, xnEri:wBii!T rint juci, luted on FrxJ,j Morn" J f . lJ,'nr3 l.mon cuuiifv. J titiis'linnta. TrJf l-JtiM '"''-"'J1I'r'1-"'1 . . . :. t ri.... -. . i,....'r tir aiiori.-r wiii'u. uw' uwili Bill pT for four monlln, w ii. i rm m.mu i, .lf.,r.lSht month., i for ,tat ..uil... $3 for ton, year, Ac. ... t!o here, t ?J"1 to stnf will. Hi timr piJ for. AnvKOnsrurXTS han.i.'oimjlT insrtid t M cent. rT $v $,,,f-r, : w;-.M E;k- (,eaciier- !l;.r.f,ar.hof.J.u'n,n.:r-.r.'AM.ti..rS.maTlaf'Nvhu:h a lcachers In,tt.ute was for - wem u,o. a ..r.-of i.r.rWr.or i,.., med The Seliusjrrove Ikntubrat iuliui- Communication. J.n J on t..Ii.s..r,-.n-mii,,i.rr.t not within the rnr of r"'.' wtrinei.iitrt. M ,rtur.u..n..p,-t,l..mp..ul..lbyth.u1,...l Hr.iiofll,..wrivr.tor.-iTll.liuu. Th. W ION tl'IC TKLK.lKAI'll is h'.it.-l in th- .fti,.,.l,K..,we-. u..,...... '"".7.? ",Z ' --.H..,. - ,., ,.,.v7a,.-. i,i.l, .ill I..- te4 .iih rjcatnem and Jipt.-li au-l on n-.tirftimM .. i.......

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 January 1856

Should Wosisa Stady Kelicine? W UAT AL.NTY 1!1WW. ill'il cillT Allot! IT. "And so you've those woincu that Ptmiy nieiLciUc, aua lecture cu WOUlCU s riut, anil agniust Uio mine. I .sli.iuldu wonder to hear uext thai j jii c c one out i Lifi'li i, and j lined toe five Into people, aud run off with so:n li i ly's hnband." " Slop, at.ip, dear, good Aunty lirown, dou't excommunicate uic ipiite tiuii! you've hoard my defence, Stu tying nudieiue hasn't anything to d.i wii.li free love, or women's right?, or infidelity. Most of the ladies who attended the medieal lectures la?t session were relig: jus women, several of them were iiietnbers of churches, one was the wife of a Presbyterian minister, aud one prepaiing to become a missionary." " Well, I suppose you mraii to lecture?'' j "Certainly I do. I only wi.-h I had commenced uu years aj, instead of teaeli- j ing, which has nearly rumcd tuy health, and which never was a c-jn-uial employ- I incut." I " Well, I hal hoped belter :!iit:g of: yo...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 January 1856

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE BY O. N WORDEN & J. An Independent Family STIjc Chronicle. FRIDAY, JAX. 35, IsiSG. Union County and State Treasury. From the Report of the Auditor Gene ral of Pennsylvania for the year ending 80th Nov. 1855, we select the following summary of the sums paid to and drawn from the Slate Treasury from Union (and Enydcr) county for one year : PAID IN. Tax on Stock, Lewis'j'g Sav. Inst'n $K.G 98 do Iwisb'g Bridge l-'o. 4141 Tax on real and pers. est., Solomon 17.5AO 29 do do Thomas 18 SO Tavern Licenses, Solomon 7:18 00 Retailers' do do 1.757 15 Theatre and Circus Lie. do 47 50 Distillery and Brewery Lie. do p5 00 Eating house, beer house, etc. do 38 13 Militia Tax do Sf.O On Tax on Writs,WMs,ete., Jtoush 495 36 do do Ureyman 2-3 37 do do Peuninglon 190 00 Collateral Inheritance Tax do 5J9 05 do dn Breyman 98 14 Tax for new County of Snyder 500 00 Total Ji,672 18 DRAWN ot;t. t'nmmon Schools $1,304 65 Pensions nt (Sraluiiies 40 00 Abatement of Stale T.x 829 08 Print...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 January 1856

r Lcwisburs Chronicle and West Branch Farmcr- -Jaii. 251856. 1 s i y !1 If fcnniahnrq Cjjronirlr. ; v ,f .r. . it c iiick"! mvo I'::: ;.. JAN. IS 50. ."" n cirrniatinn r r- ncut,,,;, . n Lnioo C'i:nijr. - - - - - mTtia Ani..r:nan Null n! r in.ril. t irnr.i.. miitli- daU-a fur I'rc.-iJ. ill i-.ti-l t ; I :. - . :n- l'Ht .r.nn,TV,n;. ,mr ..... ration. .... iimu c.n.i. !t t..r touiuuawuucr, turm Gfiwral, au'l Amlit'T f , Tm-Jny, Mrrii 4. i-tv v .,.:., !.. m..u vii:.,.. iiut raurutj it(u luc .'i il i.ni uuii) f"s thev t rnmisc.l to h? the New lierliners , . .i r - !.,, . ...;.. tbe Division agitation, ai;d Lave all the expense (except elccli m tbcydnn't trust to any mora eleetiAn?) over again, for tlie especial Lcnefit of ew Heriiu and Lewis burg two towns which the prvple want peace about for one yeir. New Berlin's plan now is to abjli. b Fny ler county and take it, topetber with Uninn, J:iel;(in, Limcstuue, Mifllii.l-ur,.', vih all of West HufTiIoC and Hartley Suut'u of I'ifTilne Cree...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 January 1856

UL The Lewislnira: Chronicle, t tt txninxDtUT raniLt Aor'HAl, . timed en Fruity Hfornitij nf faieitbuty, Uaivn counts, I'mnsihania. TskstSi tl.Vpw fVi0 I'1 Aoyis-cf nu thHa) ' Uafor or. ali'-ri r per'.od. Tha eiuU will pay fjr (our rnoutua, 75 ct fir Ix month, 1 fir eigwA aioaLaa. ti for eiateeu aauulue, $2 fur two year. Ae. nu('r No.'j, 5 rti. I'aymcnt r-y mail (paid) eeeire. ia gold, plee atarnpe, or hank Outer al Uu lr Value im, ..,':rr ! with lb l 1 fcr. AUTBMUMrxTi nardtTnielr lun.rt.sl t 40 cent per am on weelt, 26 eeal Vaeh auhuaioeut insertion, $3 ret(Wjootha, 3 year. ITalf flajurtr. 25c. lSc,, fi. tmm-$i.-?!- MMi.u acnot f.rforthr..in.5ioynf. aii oOi.n.y U.rri.pM,. ,1w.rPn:.JtrrrlWUo Ix a-rr-J pMi. h KfW.Tr rt 11 1 Mai uf l;rfcir,OT 12 of Boap&rril. Lrt- mu. aurwai a. end ml vertwemwitsf vmnralui:ic tradi-nry. aiv n-4 atloiltlfXl. Commanications Jlrcd on tnpW of ir-nrral ir.trit tiat within Uia rans of p:irty or Mrtnruin conU-it. All )Uri tocoaio poFt- a.l,cTmpanK-U ky ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 January 1856

Vinter....Waiting for the Train. Snow-drifts m (lie valleys, eiuow-drifls ou the plain. Know-drifts on the highway, Suow-dulis iu the lane Bless me, how delightful Waiting for the train ! Forty anxious passengers, Depot nine by seven, " Holds, by dint of squeezing. Only twenty-seven ! Fat man un the platform. Half obscured by snow. Tries to wedge inside desists, Finding it -no go j" Woman with a baby Can not get a chair. Holds the lutle innocent Dangling in the air; Baby rather fractious, Goes against his grain Id a crowded deput Waiting for the tram ! Lawyer from the city Looks a little do n. Just received some evidenre, "Jenkins versus Hrnwn ;" Can't help feeling nervous, Case comes on to-day. He. defendant's counsel, Thirty miles away ! Honrs grow out of minutes. Time speeds on apace, Snow-flake alter snow flake Leads a merry chase j Passengers get wrathy. Bitterly complain, I)o not seem to relish Waiting for the train ! Maiden, with a band-box And a trunk of hair, Kitting in the...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 February 1856

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE BY O. N. AVORDEN & J. An IsDF.rnxDF.xT Family yr I. a J I sickening and indiscriminate adula VLllC VtIjVUlllClC tioas of everything American, which : l it 3 il FRIDAY, FEII. 1, 1S36. How lon will our Republic survive? j m a 17177. ' 1 never yet tolerated a free and prospe rous Republic and the former steal thy but now undisguised encroach ments of Slavery, which ever has been und ever must be a cancer eating into the very vitals of true Republicanism often cause the anxious thought to arise in the bosom of the reflecting patriot, Will the American Republic ,1. r ,h n,,mPrn.M llonublics , whose wrecks are strewn along the chores of tho past? Th"i3 question will nirutn rroont. itsplf nn rnnliiv the opinion of Ex-Gov. Louis Kos- sco(red at b7 Presidents and Senators, sum-forwarded to the 'Chhoxicle' ad fere h thousands in the pro by a friend-as contained in the 1 ksscdly Free States. Blood has been lollowins extracts from a letter to the New Yokk Times, dated Lo...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 February 1856

Lewisburg Chronicle and West Branch Farmer Feb. 1, 185(. BY O. H. WOkDLN ii 1. E COKNtLlDS. II r. IIICKnK.CJWmprMM EniTon. "Feb."i7'1S5C. T ffwtfttn .tlrM . TTif T.li-p. Ko ruaatrir, IMiMialwsl ... ta rl"iu. aa (he targi-4 aud LmI circautHW vf an VwMr ui L'ui.n County. VTh AraorioaD NalL-tial Council, to nominal randl 4mte tut J'rMldi'lil ai.'l Yw I'laaiilftlit. His U at fHii.iKMti t, FH'lar, ?, 1M. .rVnaKalTsnia TK uiiiTti.' Ma! Ciuvvution. t. ru.m IMC. aandntatai for fnn&l C.ixnmis;unpr, Surrejor Ganai.1, and AiKir..r t:t.cr;il, II iRNinrp.i. Tnl!iT. Mari-ti 4, las, faatoainrratlc National Uinvtulion, to numiuaK i'mak dent au4 Vice rnffid-nt, ClACISSaTI, MoK.Ua, Jvna 2, Important Invention ! As tbe Steam Engine is becoming more and more the " power" of tie worM, every mttempt to timplify and to cheapen tbt power, is of importance to business men not only but also to all mankind. We lave to announce this weei an improve ment, worlbj of public atteutioD, every where. On tbe 7th ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 February 1856

T1 j'"rtti.-iirtrt iThrrtfltrl. ' srWc understand that our account nf j l'uo.M OitKiio.N. I'ho dates from Ore UJJ JlUJlSlinrjj VLljllUHUl, ! tbe new Division Dill if New Uerliu has ! gon arc to the 20th December, up to m MDirEnEiT TAtint nimt, been denied, audfor that reason we insert ; which time nothing had been heard from Ittutd Frtiays,at LnrM,urj,Uitim Ci.l'a. j jt ju fuu 0 tl,c opposite page. j Col. Kelly's parly which went to the at- rtsifs $i,torTTo.r. to i nm tx ADTiscr and ' The plan to remarry the two Counties, tack of Fort Walla-Walla, iu the pusscs- tthti..r.tfIoirermhortrprioJ. Tbw.ce , , ImI .r-oiinta U rlrnrmml .lso the. 1 sion i,f tl,.. Tn.liin. ct will pav r four m"nh. 7.S ct- f r fix m mthn, 1 d 1 for eight mootli, 2 Jol. for :tn rnmitli. S dol.lur two jr, tc. Sin;:.? So.'.-, it. r.vrtwnt!' It mul f:'l) rtreitwl in gld, poitAp Umjw, or tank not at tin if alu litre. Mnt biuJk I'rtiJuc.' roi.(tl t 1 li (Jfllre. M.When the lia Miir- . lr 'iicti a r j t f iJ, (tinlew ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 February 1856

The Eloquence of Honest Principle. Calio Cushiug, formerly a Vhig Mem ber of C'ingrcs.1 fmm .Massachusetts, lut now I'residoiit I'icrcu's Attorney Geucral, delivered a withering rejily to Henry A. Wise, then also a Whig Mambcr cf Con press from Virginia, but now Democratic trovernor of the Old Dominion, who threatened that the "South would yet in troduce Slavery into the heart of the North." Wc et It the following para graph from that reply as a specimen of true cloqucuce : "It is not possible for me to ju'lgs whe ther the gentlemen from Virgiuia, and any of his friends or fellow-citizens at the South, deliberately and soberly cherish the extraordinary purpose which Lis tan language implied. I trust it was bat a hasty thought, struck out in the ardor of debate. To introduce slavery iuto tho heart of the North ? Vain idea ! Inva sion, pestilence, civil war, may conspire to exterminate the eight millions of frco rpiriu who now dwell there. This, in the long lapse of ages iuealeulablc,...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 February 1856

UL CHRONICLE BURG LEW BY O. N. WOI1DEN & An Independent Familt The Mlnlcrs anU the A H dtJ t few thvm, once lb dull fair morntcl No cbrlww burUm on our spirit Ui4; TIm lnK n ijrbt-wat4-i.ru did not tiring u warn in 3 That we w rr tenant of Luw dirart-d ; Thr early ronwg like t!t-iun! to an jVwriid'!, The frewt did fairy-work on pmre and mu1i : rWutr, and power, and woniT have tot rnilfd How it it that we fear the WiuUtj now J Thlr honw-fir!! ftll aj I'riht on taitrth and fliamhvr; Thir northern ftar liht 1iin an coldly rlir; The wot! till kerp tluHr holly 6r Ivremlr, The world a welcome yet for th n-w year ; And far away in old rvBieniiwrv.1 plttrr The pnow-dmp riw and tlie ri)in inir; The ran and moon look out with loving fs Why have our day forgot wh gooJly tiling? If it that now the north wind find? ni Fh&kt-a liy taipeft fircr than its winter M;i-1, V birh fair b-li(i an-1 frien.MiiH. tuo, liae taken Away like Summer f.Iip m tiVy v --! And made lift ifmflss in itn i-Wtfa...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 February 1856

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Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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