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BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. R. CORNELIUS.
LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1858.
KSTAIJMSHED IN I WHOLE NO., 1L-
At $I,oO Per Yeak. ai.ttats is .dva.tt:.
An Independent Family News Jocknat..
V Jj JPj
rTlic Itrliiiloiis Awakc-nliis,
which "came nol with ohservation," tut must
evidently is the fruit of the direct iterations
of the Spirit if i J "P"" llie hearts of
men, is Mill prevailing in the preat cities of
Bos-ton, New Vork and l'hila lelphia. Il is
most powerful in .New York, where a theaire
has been converted into a prayer house, aud
some of the most nototioets profligates, male
and females, have professed me ie-eneiaims
n (The first ll-n'!
influence of the reformat!,
list church in .Vhany. the
gational Tabernacle c'.iurch, anl the Trc-meni
church in Uoston, all located their houses up
on the ruins of theatres, as the effects of great
revivals.) Jayiie's Hall, in Piula leljih.a, is
occupied for a daily prayer meeting, in the
middle of the day. and attended l.y two or
three thousand persons. Not only preachers,
tut others lead and participate in the servi.
ces, which are expected to he short and di
rectly lo the great oijecl ; and remarkable
sulln-ss and solemnity prevail. Prayers are
offered for the conversion of the President of
the U. S. and of others in authority, as well
as for private individuals in different stations
iu life. Praying, reading the liitde, and cj.
hortatiuns, are intermingled with si u f; i tier, gen-
Whene'er Vi'U meet. y,ni always say
" UAu' the mwJ Wh.it n,m :
rav, what's the order of the day T
Vi..i's ihe news ! What's the news ?"
O, 1 have .JOod news to tell.
My Savior has ito:, ,, thm well.
And triumphed over deain ,.l hell
That's the news! That's ihe news!
The I.amh was tdain tin Calvary
That's the news ! That's the news !
To sei a world of sinnprs free
That's the news ! That's the news!
'Twas there Jiis precious Mood was shed;
'Turac ihr ll i-r-. tfis sacred head;
Uut now He's risen from the dead
That's the news ! That's the news !
To Heaven above the (.'oiopierer's one
That's the news ! Thai's the news!
He's pass'd triumphant to His throne
That's Ihe news ! Thai' the news !
And on that throne lie will remain,
l.'ntil, as Jtidse. He comes again.
Attended by a dazzling train
Thai's the news ! That's the news !
The Lord has pardoned all my sin
Thai's ihe news ! That's the news !
I feel ihe witness now wilhin
Thai's Ihe news! Thai's the news!
And since He took my sins awav.
And taught me how to watch and pray,
I'm happy now from day to day
Thai's the news ! That's the news!
His work's rev.ving all around
That's the news! That's the news !
And many have redemption found
Thai's ihe uews ! That's ihe news !
And since ilieirsuul hnve caucht the Same,
They shout hosanna to his name ;
And all around they spread His fame
1 hat s ihe news : That s ihe news !
And Christ the Lord ea,. t,ve vou too
Thai's the news ! Thai's trie news !
Your sinful heart he can renew
That's Ihe news ! Thai's the news :
This moment, il for sins you srievc,
This moment if you do believe,
A full acquittal you'll receive
Thai's the news ! ti.m'. ihe news!
Anil no", if anv ere should say.
What's Ihe news ! What's the news!
O tell them you've betrun to pray
That's ihe news! That's ihe news !
That you have joined the conquering band,
And now with joy, at Ciod's command,
You're marching 10 the better land
That's the JJXk
MOMMY, Nlltf II S2S'
tsgrThe whilome Editor Mr. Hh kok,
made J.ewisburg Lis lirtcf, last wech,
eince bis removal to llanisburg, three ,
years ago. We are happy to report to his j
old friends among our readers that we hud ;
as g.ae. Ueaneu ue. e, -
ever not a bit elated by promotion
tf,r nor a r.ir i iireii riu Tiroinoi ou
weighing 103 lbs., full-and with very .
little more froa
at on bis "honored pow J
than when ho left. The greetings of the
many former acquaintances be found time
to call upon during his day's vi.-it, were
ninai pnrdl.'.l A foW llODTS &rOUnd tOWU
revealed improvements that rather surpri- j
L him. and certainly stron2ly impressed !
ed n,m ana certain y s rong.y imp eeu
bimwith the idea that Lewisburg
j - . . , .. . j .."iu mi ( diiji tiiii.ii ur iuv fcu.Nsit.VT, we witn all woit i ei'i ueioos uiuiseii 10 me lown u
dreds if not thousands join with thrilliti;,-ler- i,i, i.i ,t, ,i.. 1 ..1 1 ii :.l 1. 11 t g,-, ., , . luuet.. e
era e eifiioncied ov a leaaei, in ii.sn nun- tMnw hrinii ,1 ti.rt trn i.A ..... 1. n- r i i: .1 n.
nuu.x iuv; AU3ieu i too,. ,.iuiv.iau nut uiuiuiy una uim. nan, in ironi 01 wuicu lue nur;iiers were ,:, 1
vor. Among the songs, the following .s said , . . ,f , , ,b.ndonc,llaf ; .,',,. ... .. , continued
to be the tavonte : i'0,.r !!.. l;4 i.i ' 1 fundamental principle of Democracy, he I .e-'e , bath-master,
CI ! NEWS. I i lX ; i rvct, no bciter fat. than any other man ! 'ZTtT : , ." ?, "
-- . :., - , ; who in an evil hour has proved recreant l.0".-''1'' uuw "u,u ,ufwaru' understand the
uu prospering is aue.iaiuw, . .j , ,ion wuuid distract tho party. Alter a
merecouutrytownsiu agricultural districts. ; refusal on your part to publish a call to
Our Court House he pronounced decidedly ! discuss publicly, and the most solemn as
the most elegant, best finished, well adap- i suranee of tho Chairman of the county
ted. and economical for its size, of any in 1 Committee, that no action upon it should
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tbe State; and to judge of his ability to ,
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decide, we may mention that bis engage-j thc a nti Lecompton men, and then to ; were a fraud upon the party. To that,
ments have called bim to nearly every ; bave three men to assume to themselves wo want to hold you. And becauso we
county in tho State, causing him to tra- j the prerogative to speak for the county, . have said what we have thought, no im
verse thousands of miles to reach voluntary ! and through tho Democratic organ foist : be cile jeers intended to make us odious in
,t., r , .. , I resolutions on the Democracy of the coun; the eyes of the party can do us harm,
rneetmgs of friends of hducat.on and ; bUa't'wncsre0 oi 7 "J, tho bcst You need, therefore, not bold your friend
bringing most of the new Court Houses j ;q tbo Tty and ,bat ftt a pcrioJ B0 any i0Dgcrj but !ct hira do all Lo tnreat.
under bis perpnal observation. Mr. atc tbat tbejr moral effect could not be ens to do, and we will bide the conscqen
Hickok called in to pay his respects to counteracted in the then assembled State j ccs. P. IIim.mever.
Mveral of our District Schools,on Tuesday : Convention all this we regarded as an j . JIenr1L1''Juck'
visited Milton and Xorthumbcrland on outrage upon tho Democracy, and upon Modern Democracy. Buchanan's or-
Wcdnesday and on Thursday returned cv"? Fiuciple f Lonor- ! an the Washington fuion, gives vent to
. ir.. - i. Tt- . . The object of our communication was to '"' " . , c , ,, . . . .
13- uu'W uw CVVU 1
find time to pay us a risit, and find a few 1
days' rest from Lis official labors and re-:
Lei 11 41 I 1 LJ II I ! tt i liriliA II mxw cArin I
Building in Lewisburg.
While stealing a few Lours from our
"editorial den" last week to ramble over
our town, we were made aware of improve- (
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incuts mat naa hcrelolore escaped our i
attention-including some good brick i
"-"I-" uui i
dwellings,., well as Pome of wood-f, i
material which in our best towns U n.
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"ally disallowed.) The work of build-
ng did not cease for a week, durin" thc i
winter: an.l alr,,. ;!,, v. . i ;
rapidly and vi-irn,. 1. w- . . f
JrrL . ,,J' 8LD0Wl,otof
any very lar.e t u,Min? con.cmplated.but
feed dwelling w,U be ctcc.ed. and
smaller ones. To all those with money or
other iiicanj, the present may be the moat
fuvoraMe pcason to builu. as provisions
and materials will doutless be lower than
for some yearn past,and workmen will not
be so hurried.
trr, Vnrv i.itf Com of the rabid
tiiwi .TK.-. on e of the raltd
local. noiKontil nncl nnli i.-nl rivnlu nf III-
VI" Wilmot, are trying to legislate him
t of office, by abolishing the judicial dis-
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the counties to adioLn, districts. ThX
'"y u,i 18 ra"tai unpopular. en,
Kilt trltt' Tilinish fhn ilt!riit fur ciroi
and why, if he is so, not wait until next
fall, when there is to be a new election for ,
Judge,aud then let the people those most
concerned, and best informed oust him ?
Uut the plotters fe ir to go before the peo
ple with him. Wo do not think party
depravity is yet low enough for sut-h a
imm i iii c.,v i..,.i-., i.. ...
U m .nn i ;,) ; ..,, ,
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upon an honorable but UDsuccestful rival
the stump m 1 ennsylvania from now uu-
til next l'resideutial election. Ulazc away, ,
1 m V Lo-irtipc! i
I TLe movenw was lCgun in an under- !
handed manner; but the people have got i
: wind of it, and are remonstrating withnnt
i distinction of p art, Z "5"
i upon whl the orcheaVs want u S I
upon wuom uie soreutaeis want to pile
i Bradford and SuS1uoh.nna, don't want j
i the jub. The Sullivan Jh mocrat, Blooms-
burg Huir, and Ed. pro tem of the Colum-1
bia Ihmnernt. fall Arlmlnl.t..!;
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wuuuMPjr o.ine wiser party teaders, do-,
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...sj .UUn ,ue-FUeroi meireeiouguoot
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i uuioi , iue-y ecu me outrage ot prevent- :
I ing two large counties from clectin" their '
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to I "sj aew nidi in uu eiiec-
tion, Judge Wilmot or some other
I of his nartv cnnld ,m. ,l,: !
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i ties if joined together in a district. Alto-!
jo ucaeogemcr in a district. Alto-.
gether, it is as unfortunate a scheme as 1
' Lecompton for the party.
As Beckct i Co., proprietors of a paper :
1 ew Vork, called Ihe "Golden 1 rize."
; have not fulfilled their promises to us, the 1 giving the lie to what our political oppo
; presumption is fair that they will not ful- I uents predicted would be the course of
j bol others. Lcwutotcn Gazittc. Mr. Buchauan's administration. Our I.
j o-A rerfectlv"fair!nfercnCn " v-,h. I M. himself, in an ccstacy of dcli"ht over
bor; and as those who getUclF it J, tLe scntiul(,nU uttc-rca 0 D-c m?vetu
! cheating the public by "gifts" and lotteries, ( racJj ,nd at 0DCC got up a club for the
1 would as soon cheat a printer as anybody paper. It was not until it was discovered
and as subscribers who see such imposi-;
! tions practiced by the printer on them,may j
inclined to pay them back in the same
, , , ,1 . . !
. com "-tna whole, would not printers
j be more honest as w ,;,n Dy rejecting
I all such immoral and unlawful aui.- -
j uieuts if
I Lkwisbcro, March 52, 15.
I T?iie Editors of tlit Chronicle The follow
; ins communication was haneied to the EJitor
of ihe Aripu for puhlication, anil was by him
Lined attempt of himself and ihe I ost Master :
,o misrepresent our former article, and the.r
eilor. to throw ridicule upon us we fee thai ;
we have a rignt to a neanng, ami, naiing
failed tu get it in our own party press, will .
vou have the RooJness to insert our commu-
IlicalioIl in your columns t
na e Editor of the Union Arg'dS
,,ur comuiunicauon, wuicu ap ea.eu u j
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rnir issnp nr wneK ueiore last, reiaiivu iu
the action ot a minority ;
1 3 ;,i.,.i- been misunderstood. '
i oritsmeaning purposely perverted. What
w coiiinlained of. was. that every effort, .
n,n.ln l, thn Anti-Lecomnton men. to !?et !
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county to discuss that question fairly and
openly, was thwarted, by you and the Le- ;
up a meeuug .or no x,e.uUe.aey e
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if ".-I :
, ' . ,-..; ho minJ, of ;
condemn any and all such sneaking pro-
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cccdings, on tbe part of a few, to bind the ' languuge :
many. Wo stated that it was not true " lie dun't care whether thc people like
that tho "universal sentiment of the Dc-1 or hlikc thc Constitution. We are un
mocracy of this county was for Lecomp- j willing to tako any more testimony. The
inn " Wo cltnrl further, that nn meet-' cin hna been elnsed after full notice. The
ino - of the countv Committee was called;
that no such meeting was held ; and that '
& resolutions were formally passed ; that j
l.n ,.iwl tn nrinl m cllch vcprfl Iillt. 1
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,ue cuo ou'"-& m .- , ,. i i
was a fraud upon the Democ- l
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l.,..,rrt ..nnri'inn- nn their f ,e tn '
be regular and official, when in fact they
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were without authority from thc commit-,
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tee, and not sanctioned by the party. I
Instead of meetiug our objections in a
fair, manly way, you and tbe IW-Mastrrj
endUvored to esere from them by low
fingi that aix unwoithy such men as
' you ought to be, much less of such an you
claim t0 be- JiJ nul condemn the
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nb.lt we s:lia cf 1(.m ws a j.,, f)n()ta
ti00 fioui the I'. M.'a resolutions ; it was
j he that said they were men of "qualific d
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tliat Le iiihcrdtd not understand language,
nr nia nnvinna l, miu (liom n c ,1 ...
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It is really ridiculous for him to say that
eoudemu the Cabinet when the only
7.1 0 literally
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- j .as 10 our couucmuauoQ oi senator
: iViCT) wc r,icad guilty, if, as we said, he
unto 1.1 -,tol. nvtritir. i.. tt.p..f a tf .n ., , t ..
tion upon the people of Kansas against
thetr consent, aui even azatust ; their most
earnest protestations. W hen Senator I5i-
gler took the old JJemocradc ground that
we all took iu the campaign of iSalj, and
that is still adhered to by such life lung
Democrats as our own Cov. I'aeker, (!ov.
; Wise of a., Douglas, Stuart, llroderick,
i a Kcr. iancroir. aim many tnoiis.mil
! ""ve been recognized as lights
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of the party, namely, that tub peom.b
miai.i, i.t, i tii.iuii.o iu choose TiisiK
Li8 .,.eti. nHneinlV W ,1,.
subscribe io the Jootrine that "the King 1
ran fin nn ivrnnrr" In tt.ta A .l:r.. :
from you aud your friend the V. M. We j
Vvc,uevcr thou-ht il tbe 8rcat n"io -'!
lbe I'eiuocratic party, to be a mere appen- i
t0.n S V- sort of kite's '
l 1 tCrCTCF I
ehooo io l.J It has been tbe buast of ;
this land of fieedom, and especially so of
'be Democratic party, that this is a eov-'
cment BY the people, not of the people;
people are the sovereign; but
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li t it nnp.
cuaDSC t!icir priBcipt.. at pleasure, and '
ue uu(ict.sioou that rulers may !
that, unless the people will blindly chan-e!
with them, they must Le denounced as :
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irauors io democracy, ana must be sneer-
C(' out fc tLc I,Sirt)'i 'ben our Democracy. !
ca out oi the party, then our Deraoc
nay our liberty itself is crushed out.
nay our liberty itself is crushed out. '
We remember that our party, nn to a
.rt, rfini,o .1.., i - ?
'"-.r,..." ' ,UU.JU "UUS,J u ,a"
vor oi letting mc people in Kansis decide
upon their own local institutions. That
upon the.r own local institutions. That '
was our position before the lVesidential 1
election; and when, in the commencement
of I'rCS. Buehanau'fl Ailmitiiutrnrlnn 4l.A
I'hilad. Press boldly aunounced 'that
doctrine, it was bailed by all of us a
that a few leaders at Washington deter-1
mined otherwise, that a change crept over J
th ""j" JsL of 80IUC' .wbo bard 'nneeutly ,
thouLtbt tbey were right before. If Do-
th,jUljht tuen are wo not now, nor
Laye wc nn bccQi l)cm0cra,3. If, on
,he otUtr ban(1, Democracy meaLS, (what
our j-hers t aught it to mean .) a Govern -
mml ;Q whien tLu EUprcme power is
in .,, i1n.s nf tll ncnnlathc .Into
1 of the strong to protect the weak in every
inalienable aud constitutional right, that !
'has sympathy with the oppressed, aud ;
I bates tho oppressor, that recognizes the '
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- V";, OWK;cuee and I
!-,,., e ..onseienco and liber v of sneech
1 i...rt. nt eonseienco ana iiueriv 01 sneecn
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,uat would disdain to throw its broad 1
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mantle over atty who are mere slaves of '
other men's opinions that has no odious,
servile tests of fealty to party, but mcas-1
ures men by their manhood, and their i
me.. ...auuui.,., uv. me..
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favor to then, who "bend the .up!, knee i
tha thrtft . may - to low fawninn ; If ,
bo lhan are j
mr mect , lni to her faith.
la cone tHion, wo would say, to you j
and the redoubtable 1. M., that wc ask no 1
favor. You can "let your dogs of war j
loose" upon us. Vou can not swerve us j
from our right by sneers, nor frighten us
You know that the I. Jl.'s resolutions
I its feelings in the following characteristic
verdict has been rendered, the jatljmrnt
entered up, am the execution is ntu in thc
hands of the ojju-crs.
n-Lt. : fi.l i..'1
This is "democracy" with a vengcancel
Sueh common fellows as tbe people, it
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The Xoutlirrn Monitor, the pro-Slavery
parcr 0f Philadelphia, takes ground with
(;ov, vis0 against forcing the Lecompton
Constitution on the people ot rxausas
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asaiust their known aud expressed will.
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e ,.tt.t lining fcr a bonnet ,s . ;
mocracy means, that tho people arc to . v """-- ; and be all but fell senseless to the ground, j " the hrm persuasion that you will not fraud, or accept that part ot the plattort.i
have no settled, well grounded convictions u,al0st prudence, yet without giving our-. c!aspil)g hu band;(j anJ jn a dep;or8.)l8 ! Sufjer my wife and children to starve." adapted by the m .j rity of the Conveu
juJg'iiLaDj wr0Df' uo ribt of.r"tc:8elvcsupto too great anxiety ; to take : Toice! h(J cricd. 0h wonh, f , I ..They shall be tho car. cf the whole tion, nothi. will save them from an over-
meuts unless lEtflM utter their senti- measures to provide against the further , Uorgher-master, Have , .r , .n- " renlied Ilerr Adler, with deep feel- whe"uin' det,t'
to them that rule, freedom ot siGfJPancy , gpreading of the evil; aud to do all we ! wif(J and famij t Tbe aJvice j glTe WM ingl and shall never be in wane. ; g-K-i Gov. il )bert J. Walker, in bis
to praise, but not to condemn a public ; njleviate tbe sufferings of .hB sick fooli. ioa3 j wa3 Bot in car. ' where have yflh, who have always been recent Letter . '..f.ecompton Dem-
" eapnee of men 'hcrefore carc'fully k?cV ZZl 1 WhCD 1 8poke f bBfDi ' ' "" ' ladhT3' V'I'lD'nUj "l :
in olEce if it is not to think, but to bo : famn. cm . v . fnd uls besides, as the pestilence is Fpreaditij; so . position, found courage thus boldly to "Is this the S'2 I yoar of our Jn tnn-
THE WEAVER OF NAUMBURG
I he Trltiuiilis of Meekness,
"Stein is diumming acain, already !"
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, enemy must be com.ng ,, soon, or the
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j u,s,.ti3 nuiilil nui ou cailCU an OIICU 10-
1 g(.ther to be drilled "
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; ---i - "s. .a uumg uuw uuw
own uow, dow derra dow,' it means that !
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i Hall ( hold counsel, and not to drill.
, L()(jk f,ther fa ; on Lis Laf uJ
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; Sn," "llhout hl 8W,,rd a"J fPcar
! LatCiin uc the matter uow ?" asked
! "Nuthins eood, vou may be sure."sich-
j d bis mother, again exhorting her chil-
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"""u waJ "um " lluoul
euiieu anay uuiu sua jtmiii. 1 IIUOUI
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lowed by the other councillors. His Gno
countenance wore a troubled and anxious
Mt friends and brother " Le said
gravely "we Lave called vou here toeth I
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f' aud. V" ' '
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b walls uf our town, deepened tbe moat,
and exercised ourselves in the profession
nf -rn.. in .t, i , , "
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able pnemv hna neeretlir and t,nl.,,wl(i.nl
. ' """'""su
slulen in amone us ; against
walls, ditches, po and courage are
of no avail,
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Do you ask the Dame of th s 1
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a uuu.u tea you.
The eyes of the assembly anxiously fol
lowed tho burgher-master's Land, as Le
pointed to a Louse in the markut place,
and every face turned pale as they gazed
;n silent horror nnnn tl i;,ui .-.k
u '"' upon mo mgnpoio, wun a
..s4. .-.tu Bl.aW a lU0 rop, mat a
sergeant was at that moment planting be
fore the Loose pointed out to tbem. Not
a sound escaped their lips, but each one1
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inlnrnallir ..n.imiul HT1. l I . L
internally exclaimed "The plague ! the
Hack death !"
.The burffhrr-master's vni.-p hrolf in;
sure and terrible follower of war and j
scarcity," be said, "Las stolen in upon us; '
and who amongst us is able to drive it
ut again ? We can only pray God to
fc ,he jestr0J.iDg angcI from our thresh-!
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ii 1 1 1 4 r. rfimoina rnw rn nwnrAiaa t fin
Tdriuking, froiu . 1 , eatlnS anJ
! tormenting foan J"&.,0.co,d aud from
j anJ DUt his trust in the LUM 5 !
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touch or approach those stricken
pl2c, and frequently sprmKie vinegar it
the rSoms ot his House, ana iuungaic
with junipcr-bcrnes hoforo breakfast
atlj eupncr. as well as when he
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ua ,u0 slreeIS aau va luB ural 6
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Ar , nn.. nlx nn.i ann.i ..r ,,,.
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tor. I" the neighborhood of the infected
Louses, we shall daily light fires of juni-
per-twigs and pine-wood, that tho smoke
An,, nn!.it nA .
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wh0 Bin take unon himself the care of tbe
wlio w. I taKe upo
ick , w b Wo
etsuess, pruueuee, a.,u sen-
1 . .If
, renouncing fidelity. With the help of
L,w ),n .ill anointed to sisl him. !
h wiI, th(J 0?crsi ht of all ;be hou. j
. .. . . .. . , ,
sca vmtei b7 tho PlaSue- anJ must ece
,ui" lUL'j r ." .cpi feparate- num
. i . tt. . : 1 . r . 1. -
iue resu no musi prormei lor .uu uur-
sing ot e sick, and tor tno support oi (
those dependent upon them. He must be .
ihnlr ntte-icpr rftinfiirter. find frii.iiii : hft
' ' '.
must receive the last will of thc dying, !
and sec that ic is properly carried out
In short, be must bo the medium of com-;
munication between tho infected and the ;
uninfected, between death and life. We
aro quite aware that such an office will bo
most trying and difficult to fulfil ; an of-
fico wbieh no one would be tempted to un-,
dertake by any pecuniary reward which
wc could offer. The man who is willing
to take it upon bim must be actuated by
the pure disinterested impulse of a benev
olent heart, to devote Lis wLolo powers
yea, even life itself, to tho good of the
community. Which amongst you, my
brethren, feels within bim a call to tbis
Lonorablo office ? Let bim come forward,
and receive tho thanks of bis fellow citi-
Ilerr Adler eeased to speak, bis eagle
eye resting on the assembled crowd before
bitn. A deep silence of sonio minutes
I succeeded his impressive address. Each
!n.an looked at bis neighbor, but no one !
. . . . ...)
came forward to accept tbe ottered post,
After waitiDg for a while, U err Adler '
. ane. b ' !
"Is ther? not cno aiu3n5 my burner,
'Ubt tonnimll for e general good, will
, auuvii.aB mia UJtllUUlU UlliCe ; OUU1I
i Naumburg a citizens show less patriotism
man mar. neainen unman who threw uim-
self unasked into the yawning gulf which
an earLhflUiikc had OnPnPtl ill till In irtt.
. '.. ' ...
; 1 te UI "u,ue anu wnlc"' cwriirg o
tbe oracI couI(, 01, , in Le cWJb b
i . ' Jo J
f,a freo nil) tT..;r r.t . I,..... I:f.
- ..... w .. . . i . : . 1. 1111. .
Will no One resolve ttl f.illnw in Ittu Ka.
nor s .tsteps, who yielded up his pre-
, . lfc tLe cross fur us sinful
In vain did the burgher-master wait fr
' an affirmative reply. Low murmurs,
feigned coughings, aud embarrassed looks,
j alone ensued upon his speech.
1 "We believe," the burghcr-ii.a!er cnee
more began, "that we have in nuf eye the
j right man, whom his calling hxs already
i brought into contact with danger, disease,
1 and death ; who is capable of ailing the
' sick witU bt!,,J anJ hanJ' better tLan MJ
other amongst us ; and consequently per-
lectly fiualiUea to undertake this difficult
mean you, burgher Schellc,"
Jierr Aeller, approaching the
and laying his hand on his
You are a brave man; you
caro and management of
the sick; and you fear no danger."
Scbclle turned pale, and bis generally
stammered out : "Forgive
me, worshipful Ilerr Burgher master 1 If
an ordinary death is formidable, bow mu,h
more the black dealh ! There all Lopcof
... ,f , - ,,
, T"": " sh V' 10 ffor
n)y advice, it would bo that the house in-
to Which tho D aruo has entered hnn'l
witL all its inmates, be burnt to ashes,
... . '
T,jis j acknowIcJi!e) dl!Sperate teme.
dy, but it is the surest under the sun."
"w wuilH.l-Uld.Mtl IUUUUI iUUl UIS
i - ,.- .
ears deceived him. but a universal mnr.
Ttm V....T,n n...,. .1 1.. .1... 1
mur o' indignation from the assembled
crowd convinced him to the contrary.
He was on the point of giving the bath-
master a stern reproof for his unchristian
!., ,, . .1. -:.
f 1 , , ,
,ouched Llm on tbe louMcr and whisper-
cJ in Lis car Tll(J turghcr-maetcr turn- '
eJ f0 Scuc!ei suJ saiJ in . e Toicc . :
"Scbclle, Herr Kunath Las just brought '
. ti...;f..i :.ii: .1 ,1.11 1 !
j .l - - 1 . . . .1
death is in your Louse, and Las attacked
1". - 1 I',, rr- ,
ger, it seems, advances with giant steps; '
ausfk lucucaaic tucaua pieiruacu ojf )uu, j
and make a beginning by burning down ! the Lord of all lords, gava Lis precious ' 00 pubY'j opinion so fr as its Kansas ,
vour house with all who are in it." ' life upon the cross for us poor worms of li,n,w:,s f?DwtncJ' a;'.1 H doc,ar,on"
your house with ail who are in it. :
If ever a man was caught in his own
irap. it was ccueue. me lerror-trickeo '
II is knees shook under him.
rapidly, you might lay half Naumburg in I
ashes. Have pity, sir, have pit, ! Take i
WL - Mr word, and snar, the innncn,'" '
..:, . ,, ., ..,., r '
1 uis lime you navecscapeu wiiu ine iri"in ;
alone, for I only said what I did, to show
,, ;n human Iv An vet tin resti.
J J J- J" 1
lence has spared your house. Will you '.
now, however, undertake the Christian
office which we have offered to you, in the
name and with the sanction of our coun-
... , '
"i-orniTe me. vour worsuii" . hu.-witcu
, ,,Mh.m!.st,.r. nuicklv recoverins from !
' " i
' f " . . (lT , w f(J aQ j three cllil.
h'5 plD1 . . . . - V .-
. ' . ' sed !
if 1 were to take me cnarge proposea 10
mc and besides, my services to the town
Mn nQt be j-penj w,tD. yL0 si,all ,
wounds, and attend to
bahing establisLluontf whildt a pcril. J
oeciir,ation p.ratcs me from all in- !
. . o , . , -
tercour.se with others." t. onsieier mis
gir anJ choose a Iuan who stanJs
' mJ wbo6e hf3 wou, j , u 8Q ;r.
ablc a3 rjinc. i wrjuu fir Mtucr
t)jc JrcaJ(,j cncrnj ,Lan baye , da
wfl can UQt Ucc J0Ui ag.linst
,o nndertal.c ,bis dan(,rou3
.... Iinnor,Uc cffiefi ;j IIerr
Vn,1,;n then, remains for us. !
i . . - " r- 7 i :
b hat , ,be chil.f ,nJ fatuer of my i
burghcrs, take the care of the sick upon
myself. I would at first have proposed to
do so, bad I not believed it of more im
portance for me to attend to my present
duties than to these. Friend Schiufcr"
j Hcrr Adlcr turned to tho ecnior council
lor to you I mako over my authority
rojoui u.w ,
burgher master, for tho time in which ;
my duties will withdraw mo from amongst
. r ..... o i -r
you; anl l must, ciciiiaim ui juu, u,
faithful burgher?, W yield the same obe-
- . ,.
O'ence ro u,y J
beh joa have always nm w . mjse...
i tii a vifitm rn inn ikii (iiMtaac. 1
Ju will have as my successor Louncuior ,
Schicfer, under who.e idiciou3 rule you
wi.i .0 b .
i ,h d0 J C , V ,11 a ., ' The burirher-mastcr Dtw solemnly nude bich would fetter their tree ' '
ly the sternlv. Yl pl.ed Hcrr AJler, lhc burgtier m j i 8sVrt their llooalcngbt
iScbcH;, the command-y tten, : over : ; , ?y ;h ,t
. i who said, 'Whatsoever vo would tbaT'rWt . . . ,lf the councillors, oho.U him : "" f0"''1?. '' T.'.r
' ln" i should do to you, do yc even so to tbem.' , heartily v thanking him in (.J ,. tiiC"ii!iiry nrc ia v-tnyr. I. t
COCS n't 1 :.i. .1. . f- I.. 1I1 (i namn nf all till, s 1 ... . . f . 1. : . ' , . n, . , - ... .1
; yon are dismi-sed. Go in peace, and t..o.l i
OC Willi yOU
The deep silence which had reigned in
the assembly whilst ilerr Adler sp.-ke,
' was now broken by a mingled hum of re-
i nrol irnrnrnl inrllrv, -,.,- .n 1 i-i-,
' ' ."
""eJ 'rtb ij the Uecision or the noble
Mi bur,er-masUr,and Schullc's cow
"uu.-st miu,j oiuu.i a i'
arllj selfishues.. AIthoup!i,Itnwever, ma-
nr rf thm r.ri fnt WMrmlf nn.l ftii
-J I " J
band of their generous chief, and with
tears ,n thc.r e,M sought to diSSOade hi,.,
from his purpose, yet was there not one
that volunteered to take his place. He
had already turned to drpirt, whea Ao-
dreas Wolf stepped forward out of the
crowd and approached him: 4
"Worshipful Ilerr liurgher master,"
he said in a calm quiet voic, ,-you know
that I am a pUiu simple linen weaver, :
with no capacity for anything beyond
throwing my shuttle ; and I have, therc-
fljre' bcen si!l'n, until now' aL,J hlve n"f
offered myself to fill a pist which should
be occumej by a very eli! ereut man than
myself. As, however, no one else seems
willing to take it, ana as your loss to the'
town would be irreparable, I nave, in
God's name, decided to devote my paar
services to the sick of the plague. My
j heart sill be in the work, and our God,
whose strength is made perfect iu wcak-
', P' ? m
cwarj judgment anJ ability. Take me,
the refore, as I am, Ilerr Burgher master.
God will, I doubt not, bestow his ble.-s-
, g. upon in the work-Amen."
,r, ,, , . c ...
I The .b?Dt fisUr' f thl! "r
M now 3 upright as a dart, and iu his
Bale. thin, hut benevolent Ciiuntenar,;-..
' ' '
tbere was an expression of deep humiiiiy
1 r J
and pious zeal, whilst a murmur of sur-
prise and approbation ran through the
The burgher-master looked with deep
emotion iu the honest weaver's face. Af
ter a momentary pause, he sai 1 with ear
nestness : "Wolf, my good, disinterested
fellow ! must I remind you that ymi have
. f.;.i.r..i .;r. -;,.i,f t.
r V Vi
d'ent ch.Idrcn ; that by your death yoi
would make her a widow, and them fath-
crles3 orphans ; or perhaps even infect
'beta with the plague
ul f.,r,.niini. if " rKnttml w.jf
. r -r 1 1 -n
gentiy. "My wife and children are my
J J i
J . .LI- . I . .1 . I ; I
!. ..V , , " ,
i"1" of individuals must yield to the gen- ;
ow.'.rfi.!-j'W Atoa.rrv, -Jj-unuYmt
Sba!I J an iusiSniiicaat wca-
ver, vaiue ray uie ui-rucr luan nis
Should it be demanded of me, I shall die
look death in the face ?"
"It is from above," replied Wolf, mod-'
c.tlv. rointin. nnwards. "from whence ev-!
erv -nod cift couieth.' t
self sacriheing devotion. 1 he other hnT;-
tiers now crowueu rouna uie nooie ueari-
, 1 1 i .1 11.1 .
ed man, who received so many vigorous
shakes of the baud, that bis arm ached. ;
. . .
r-vcry one cxtoiieo tuo lormeriy muca-,
despised weaver, as tbe most generous aud j
bravest of men ; wbiU the Vaunting bath-
Mr . looked noon with deserved
' i ----
. l- 1
After tho assembly ui-i uispcrscn,
freeing what a bard struggle awaited
... , ?
him there, he, by the way, sought for
slrcngtn in sneu, carnese prayer.
The Workimis of Free Trape A
c onJcnt of lta New York Tribun.;
;,: frra I-hiladelrdiia. furnishes the
following, which presents a sad picture
fur contemplation :
"Oue of tho most melancholy illustra
... -niauis 101 1 .,, vein e in evcrv Mini, u:i-y
tions of the blighting consequence of the 1 yoVi:i. Laws; it During a revival ;n
free trade dogmas of the Administration, (,ic c;oc,n Mct!.eatst Church at l.nicos
may be witnessed in New Jersey, some , " Mr ,Val,,r p,rcc,p..,ri!y order, J
Sheriff advertises more than 5M0 acres
lllirty U1 .e, e.e.un
ri I ,i,lj tiiillj nnd ihe
eil lauu, wiiu j.ia.-s i
entire village of .Malaga, embracing somo
r..r. ,l.,llin hmiwu. The curse of free !
" j a ....
,raJo has blasted the prospects cf this
. ... ... i i .t ...
ouce iiourisumg euu..uuu.v , ....v- - magi-Irate. A clergyman . i
proprietor, extinguished the fires of the, r u " ,,,a,,.,
glass work,, driven off the working men tho same church appeared
who with their families constituted the ! testifying that it was not compu-j
village community, and left tho houses j every one to kueel, but simply rns.wimr.y,
utterly desolate. Tho wbolo scene is one j wbea j,1,lg.int was given iu tav.T of e.e
of destitution and abandonment, so com-1 fj.,,,.
, - r,as.
piete ami luoroug.. . - ""'l::'
- ' " 0Jwt for a 1
comparative song, let, sirango ',
would sccin, if we did not know that the I
same folly was enacted in a thousand (
.e.1. 1:.:.. ,1. .... men who have
. - . . - .
'r.r', nf emnlovment and fore
oiucr local ines, m. -- - ,
lbcir cn,fr,able bom. sb,
. .t . -.
the curse nf free tru'le, r mi ') !
wfan haV9 bcfn rr5i,wnt.y votiu; f
lU ptmp(.ry ,b,:h . ri.el all thr s
Imposter in Snyder County.
I Tbe re was f.;r the Iat rn rjth or two a
' man in our neighborhood, rm-inir himif
.,ff by the nunie of , , 3etcic - tho
j tender Iamb.-, X several correction's of
' . e .1. I i
. wme u. im-.r nar-j -arnint. iier r,tc-
ed to bo
J.u'Leran clergyman, sad hai
lie repr-sentc-J himself
as having but one arm, the other having
been cut oil by a train of earn ; but thi-
wolf in flieep's clnthins,durinp a few days'
visit at the house of Mr. llaekenburg, in
t'etirre township, wa d:.-covereJ to have;
tw $t2n-I arms, the one net ia use being
very ddterously bai, !.ip' d tn his l odv,
and, wearing a tlo-'y butt ntl overcoat
over tbe whole, with the s!-ev.; intend' d
for the lost arm l.nse'y darg'ing by hii
side, so nicely was the drrs-s macaned that
the deception was conipl, t.-. ISut after
the "Rev. gentleman" was called to break
fast, Mr. llaekenburg, with the assistancei
of a few friends, compelled him to "grouinl
arms," and then let him oil, after which)
l. ml iml-. ir..,r,i. t.in v .
j,,nv)t he is a eonsnraantc se-oundrel.
.1;,., lury TrZurf.
The (Vnventiom. Uu to rrnrrow, t!,?
Democratic Delegates from the couctie
of th-j State will assemble at ILirrrisburg.
No Dem icrat will o! j -c-t to an trii"rse
ntcnt of Mr. Bachatiau's views, on all
rpisstions sue: tii it ( t.e I.ix -nijitun out
frj If a mijirity of the D.l'gtes will
force thnug'i the Convcn'.ion an cniors:
nient of the Calhoun swindle, the respon
sibility of hazirding th j success of their
nominees must anl will rest with them.
A lrge maj-jrity of our party, tha bmest
masses, houcstly differ with thj 1'residei.t
0D the Kla5" T1-it',jn ,he7 re m-3
freemen an J will not bs fores J tj endjrsi
; a wrong, an outrage upon lueir ioiiow cit
izens in Kansas. We cm be successful
npon no other platform than that upn
which Pres. Uac'iiaia and Gov. 1'acker
were eleeteid. lltiiitiwj lm Glole (Dem )
Fl'RNEY ON TUE ?TATB CONVENTION.
In the l'ress of the S:h iast , wo Cud
Forney's opinion of the recent Democrat-
ic State Convention. He say
"The darkest cb ip'er in the history of
the I'emocracv of lYniislvan:a. has iust
been written It the Democratic rcas-
UCL",, " "i
c nf 1 l..n nir Ivan lnrt t.ppn In, in ri nr.,.
sented, there wouIJ not Lave b-n te
Totes in f.JV0I 0f ,h0 programme of tho
or Hi nn
- f rj.
.:. ....: ... ,r .,, ;,'.. i
t') no res,ect
' "Shou: t
the candidates nominated by this Conven-
tion Dirrce to pttrmrt the LecomMun
i. - . . ..
Jnre .? or is it the first yenr of .4 ni-.m
.Vwjr, bat i-; now dawning u; on u- ?
,he masses ecmpn ing
Sute rise in their nn.j-Sty to tl
r f.oi. .
Tt, rA rrnnint of a K-r
g-,TCrnrnct is sometimes I.,st befor- tin
reopie :ire aWiire of it 1 So History shews.
Tariff Irishman. We have a cn:n-
municatiou from an irishman iu i i.t--'"ii
who is "A 1 anil .'t in, an I rcgreiii ii.
it came too late for insertion this week.
One thing a "Tariff man" must remember:
the puty which is trying t. f n:e Slavery
and a Know Nothing Constitution on
Kansas, is the same pro-slavery party that
repealed our Protective Tariff of l42,aml
has thrown bitn an 1 his countrymen out
cf employment at the very first panic.
You mu.-t G Jit nguitist the power of tho
aristocracy which would own slaves both
North aud South and keep poer white una
in sul j ction. 11 Hk-s I'mrre L'-.-"i l.
. j; , 0, wi;h tO COP,-
r!v with his request (to
prayer.) to leave.
Henry Mi'ilcr,of it'a-.
r. r,,,. .! m ,1 , either, whereupon !
v,.,. '- '
.J ia.ti,u,c,j a ,ait aS-.int Mr. M
,..a hi, disc-jver 1 that Sc'. .t-
.ische is a corruption of the words ".-eot. '.
. . . ,., . 1 c .... j. .., a' , . I ' .
itch, ana mat me i.hhis u..is
name , rerson jUbet, d with the Scotch
lflirewiJ. Aful !
. - ' ..-h
The wise liH-umin, otuii
bed, ordered Lis s-n a; r:oac!i .ud s tl.
"V, ,nn. when then fele:.t 1 tii.-oe.stt i n
to sin, set t 't !-e 1
ij d can net
crnilA 1 1
1 CPy fj?ejjr.f 1