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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 August 1850

EDITORIAL BREVITIES. The Southern Tress expresses its tcorn of 11 oomf romiscr in strong terms. It toy : " If wo ro compelled to admire, wo shall ad mlre thoM who demand tho boldest, and de mand the moat thoso who commit the deed and doacf ilxj it in plain and proper torma tho zclusion of slovory rather than thoa o who, professing and pretending non-intcrvontion, get tho rotea of the North by arguing that sven non-intervention would get tho territory for tho North, and finding now that it may foil, at tempt to pass a law to buy out tho South with her own money, and to ratify tho usurpation of territory by California, and still pretend that this is non-intervention, and they aro consist oat." , Gen. Dix, in his Herkimer Speech, states that tho Ordinanco of 1787, M first introduced by Jefferson In 1784, eomprehtndtd tu territory then belonging to South Carolina and Georgiat moto forming tit (Haiti of Alabama and Hit tuiippi. It failed at that time by ono vote. When ronowed in 1787, it...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 August 1850

Miscellaneous. AMUSEMENT. BY ELIZA COOK. There Is a moro profound meaning in the word " Amusement " than mom people are iliatknan! -.I...!. 'PI I- . .J.:LI. ln .i.-i.r.vi iu uuuiii. A iktiv lit n iiiiiuni''fi in amusement, as well aaiu education; indeed, : we have no hesitation in averring that amusement is a most important port ol edu cation. Of course, there are many kinds of amuse ment varying according to the degree of iiiurainuii iiiioneriiiai culture Ol Worn Hiking part in'thoiu. There are the low amuse ments of the gross and uneducated, whom eociety has allowed to grow up in its midst, with minds untrained and untaught, with tastes unrefined by intercourse with art or letters, and who are narrowed in all their sources of pleasure and enjoyment. To these the brutal exhibition of a dog-fight a saturnalia of enjoyment an enjoyment wnicn is ievct Willi tlio meanest cajwcity, and no other. How different the amusement of the in telligent and refined such as an intercourse . with th...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 August 1850

OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. NO UNION WITH StATEHOLDEBi" JAMES BARNABY, PnblUIilns; Agent. r VOL. 5N0. 49. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.; OHIO, AUGUST 17, 1850. WnOLE NO. 257. PIT THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, rcsLisaie ttitt Saturday, at SAUK, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. 1ER113. pet annum If paid in ad vance. tUft per taaun If paid within the flrrt six f las lubtoriber's year. 92,6. pot annum, if payment be dclayod beynnd nil monthi. QT We occasionally send numbers to thoag who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be Interested in the diasomlnation of antl. slavery truth, with the hope that they will eith or subscribe thomadrea, or use their influence to extend its circulation among their friends. Communication! Intended fur insertion. to be addressed to Oliver Johmsoh, Editor, All others to Jambs Barm abt. Publishing Agent. THE BUGLE. Frederick Douglas at the West. We give, below several articles elicited by tbei recent visits of Frederick Douglass to the West We regret that be did not give his fr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 August 1850

The Moral Power of Disunionists. Who nre llio disuiiinnists, ntiil wlmt nre theyP Whnt is It that &ivea them no much omnipotence belore this nntiun ? llow comes it thnt we nro nlilo to uprnk with voice tlint lsernocu like peels ot rolling tbunilcr thougli every cavern of the slnvo prison of tho Hoi nli? llow in it tlint thin luunlliil of men nnd womon, nro able to fliikh their lightning truth down nmnng tlio horror of rjluvery, inore terrible tlinn consuming fire? lias nny hoily ever thought of it? Hnve tho abo litionists themselves ever thought of it ? Are you ronoioitn of tho omniiiotcncn yott tios css? Mnvn voti,oa you hnve soen llio olarm of tlio Slave Power, the nhirni of Bennett's Herald, tlio New York Globe, thn New Yotk press generally, nnil tho New Knglund press too, hikI Amlnver Scniinnrv. mid Cniitnin Ilynders) ninl his pious company, hnvu tho iiiiiiufiiirfia tyrr iniHigiti ti uie m.giiiy pow er they tlntM wield? And have you never thought whence thnt Ttowrr comes" Ro...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 August 1850

Cincinnati Correspondence. CINCINNATI, August 7, 1850. JV M EJUor of Th Bugle t Tho Indication from every pnrt of our State giro u essuranco that the great Agricultural Fair, to be held new thii City in September, trill be largely attended. This Fair, you will remember, vu to have been held last Fall, but was postponed on account of tho prevalence of tho Cholfera through the West. A liboral acale of premiums ha been offered, and many of them loft open to competition from resident of other States a well a Ohio ; and tho judge have been chosen Impartially from tho various 8tatc. Tho Horticultural Society and Mechanic' In stitute of this place hove united with tho State Agricultural Society in getting up tin festival, and it ha been andcr their joint patronage that the arrangement have progressed from tho first, Tho new edifleo, which ha been for moro than a year in building by the Institute, i near ly completed, and la to bo opened for the first time during the week of the Fair. This ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 August 1850

Miscellaneous. How to make home Unhealthy. Thfrb la a little toll-tule muscle In the Inner corner of the eye, which, if you ques tion it, Mr ill ilnlivcr a report into your hiok-Ing-ghiss touching the state nf llie whole muscular system which lies elsewhere hid den in your liody. When it ia pole it prais es you. Muscular development ia, by all menu, to bo kept down. Muscular ower, like all other power, will increase with ex erclse. We desire to hold the flesh in strict i - .1 II... 1:1.. - IMIDJOCllon lo wu spirn. utruiiy r.eruirw, ' therelbro, must lie added to the number of those forcea which, by strengthening the aniinnl, do damage to the spiritual man. We moot toke great poiua to choke the en ergy of children. Their active little limbs must be tied down by a well-wovcu system - tf Itnl'ltanaU Tlinu 1 n 1. a f 1 1 m r Iiimi lieela over bead, they climb up treeaj if mujr oiicijiii silliness wey are ever uo we move, because Nature demands tliat while the body grow it ahall be freel...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 August 1850

"NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDEIJS." J tlttES DAItNABY, Publlslilnt A Rent. OLIVEl? JOHNSON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.,; OHIO, AUGUST 24, 1850. WHOLE NO. 258. VOL. 5-N0.50. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLINHCD EVERY SATURDAY, AT SALEM, CCLPMHIAXA CO., OHIO. TERMS. $1,69 par annum if paid in ad Vance. f 1,75 per annum If paid within the first six month of tho subscriber's yoar. $'2,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed bevond six month. t3T Wo oecaaionally aend numbers to thoM who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of nnti alavory truth, with the hope that they will cith ot subscribe themselves, or uae their influence to extend its circulation among; their friends. tV Communications intended for inwtion, to be addressed to Oliver Johkbox Editor. U othors to Jambs Uarnabt, Publishing Agent. Selections. From the North Star. Our Western Anti-Slavery Tour. In accordance with our promise recorded in tlio lint numlier of the " Star," we pro ceed to giv...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 August 1850

Comical Demonstrations of Patriotism and Piety in Boston. Tlic Boston correspondent of llio National Anti-Slavery Standard, (Edmund Quincy,) In one of his recent letters, thus expo the con duct of II certain sclf-clcctcd defender of the Popular Religion nguiust tho aisnults of the Abolitionist. The story is rich snd Inimitnbly told. 11. bugle. .. -. ' A portion f tho Boston public lms been entertained this summer by some very comi cal domontrntiina of patriotism nnil piety I'mrn pn unexpected quarter. You know the Boston Transcript an n plonsnnt, gossiping, ten-tnble lin)or perhaps the best nfkvtpnpcr wo hnve hero. The unfortunate editor, how ever, In oflTietcd with n nenr relative, who, from 1dm youth upwnrdri, hns had n niorhid tendency, of nu eruptive character, to pen mid ink. Ho hns selected thisoflcnsivc young mnn and bi innocrnt renders ns tho reci pients of his tedioii. iicss, and 1 do not doubt ilmt " were it ten times ns grout, bo could find it in his beiirt to liostow It ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 August 1850

Convention at Akron. AKRON, Aug. 14, 1850. Dbax OliVsb I Wo came from Randolph to this place yesterday. According to Tho Bugle, a meeting M appointed here yesterday at 10, A. Mt,but on our arrival we found that no notice had been givenno place provided-owing to a mis take. Notice was issued by 12 that a meeting would be held In tho Universalis Church in tho evening. Accordingly a meeting was held Inst evening. J. W. Walker, Parker Fillsbury and myself, with a goodly audienco were present. The following Resolution was introduced last evening i Whtrta; The Constitution of tho IT. 8. did provide for tho hopeless bondago in chattel slavery of a very largo portion of the people who are by birthright free ; And Whereat, My the conditions of this instrument, we the proplo of the North, are mmlo responsible for the con tinuance of Slavery, bound as we are to return tho flying fugitive, to shoot down tho insurgont slaves, who might, like tho Hungarians or our Revolutionary lathers, seek to o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 August 1850

Miscellaneous. The Quaker and the Robber. 'I nr. innat honest of all Quakers, Jonathan Simpson, inhabited, in London, o mnll,prt iy lioirnf, wiih hi daughter, a young girl, ecsreeiy eighteen years of ago. Mnry wo a bcnmiliit blonde, with large blue eyes, as vioR ns she ni beautiful. Bhe wna con stantly fuirouiidcd by a host of admirers, anxious trt win hrr honrt, but their efforts were in vain. ' Mnry wna not a coquette, and far fvm t-njoying the cfl'ect produced by her chnrinn, .she was often annoyed by it. Id- iu W ie..liril, a young artist, inliinnto in tho hmily, wna the only on whoso aocicty ho really enioved. - A vci v simple occurrence hod been the cause oi'thia intimacy. A midden and unex pected death hnd enrried away the Quaker wife. Mill young and beautiful ) and anxious to preserve the image oi one ao uenr to linn, Jio hud mllcd the young artist to her denth bcd. It wna there that Kdwnrd hnd seen, )ir liie first time, the young and disconso Joti) girl, and there their att...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 31 August 1850

"NO VNIOIf WITH SLA V I; II O M E 11 S . " JJ A HIES Il.iltlVAnV, Publishing A Rent. OLIVER JOII.iOX, Editor. VOL. 5-NO. 51. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, AUGUST 31, 1850. WHOLE NO. 259. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHED KVKRT iATl'RDAT, AT 8ALBM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. TERMS." $ 1,60 per annum if paid in sd Tance. 1,73 per Annum if paid within tho first six Months of tho subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment bo dclnyed beyond six months. tV Wo occasionally send numbers to tlioss who are not auWribcrs, hut who are believed to ba interested in tho distcminntion of anti slavery truth, with tho hopothnt they will cith or subscribe themselves, or use their influence to extend its circulation among their friends. W Communications intended for inertion, to ba addressed to Olivkh Johnson, KJitor. All others to Jam m Bahnart, Publishies; Agent. THE BUGLE. (7" If groans like those of tho Southern Patriarchs whoso story is given below nrc not musio in tho em s of the angels above, thou...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 31 August 1850

THE BUGLE. SPEECH OF HEZEKIAH F. DOUGLASS. At the Sixteenth Anniversary of West India Emancipation, at Cleveland, Aug. 1st, 1850. Communicated for the Bugle. T'tu.ow Citizcns) There seems to have been handed down through successive age tho emblem of ancestral grandeur, the re rai ds of the dnring deed of warrior uon . the crimson field of hateful strifo, where men created little lower than angels arc converted Into fiend, and hero oil the finer feelings . of our nature are trampled in the duat of humiliation henenth the, chariot wheel of aome ambitious conqucrer, commissioned of bell to dcaolote the hearths and homes of counties myriads of human beings. In cription commemorative of their deeds of blood have been inscribed on the frowning Pyramid, whose grnnito peak litis towcrod publime forty centuries, emblematic of "Egyptian grandeur, designed to impress on our minds tho achievements of thuso Who preceded us. Wo find Ihnt H Eurtka," the cry of the immortal l'.ui lid in the streets...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 31 August 1850

EDITORIAL BREVITIES. College Student! once ttsod to get their ears Cuffed for their misdemeanors. The officer of a . College who would inflict such a barbarism up tn t student now would bo Tory likely to loso hie plaoo. IIow many old men hare mourned at teeing tuch a change occurring in the mode . of restraining the young, thinking that without blow the teacher could not keep young men In proper subjection i just m many now think that the gtdlowi it the only remedy for mur 4er. The world U growing wUer, in tpite of all maker, though lu progress b by far too alow, A correspondent of Tho Tribune, writing from Newport, It I., aays i Thero is more - legitimate ariatocracy here, I honestly believe, than in all the rcat of tho Union put together. That tpirit of progrew. which you io ably ad vocate, Andt no entrance within these borders. Old abuses aro clung to with obstinate pertina city. You could no more get the Legislature, now in session in thia town, to abolish Impri sonment for Debt...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 31 August 1850

Miscellaneous. "The Mysterious Rappings." Mi Fox anil hrr three daughter! left our City yesterday on their return to Rochester, alter "a stay here of mime Weeks, during which tlmy hnto freeqncinly subjected tlio mysterious itiHiicnce by which they seem to bo accompanied to every reasonable tent, unit to tlio keen and criticul scrutiny of tlio hundreds who Imvo chosen to visit them or whom they liuvo been invited to vinit. The rooms which they occupied lit the hotel Iihvb been repeatedly Benrclicd end scruti liizcd; they novo been taken without uu hour's notice into houses they hud uuvur before entered j thry hnve been nil uncon sciously placed on n gins surliicu concealed tinder tlio curpct, in ordel to interrupt elee trie vibrations; they Imvo been iliaroiwd by n Ciiiiiiiiitleo of Ladies oppoiulcd without notice, und insisting, tlml neither of Ilium should leave tlio loom until the investiga tion had been made. &c &c. vet wo be lievo no one to this iiioiiivnt protends tliut...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 7 September 1850

r OLIVER JOIINSOS, Editor. - ' , - -U-J. VOL 5-NO. 52. - "NO UNION WITH SLAVKHOLWt'HS." SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMBER 7, 1850. WHOLE NO. 2(50. ; THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, rCBI.ISHKI EVERT SATURDAY, AT ' SALEM, COLUMBIANA' CO., OIIIO. ' TERMS. $1,60 per innum if paid In ad- ' $1,74 per annum If paid within tho first six Boats, of tht subscriber's your. $2,9 per nnum, if payment bo delayed beyond tlx months. ' k V We occasionally send irambm to thofta who are not subscribers, but who aro believed to ba interested in tho dissemination of anti slavery troth, with the hope that they will cith er subscribe themselves, or use their tnlluoncs to axtanfi its circulotiun among their friend.. nr Communication intended for insertion, to bo addreMed to OLrvs Johnsoh, Rlitor. AU then to Jamrs Castas, Publishing A Kent. Selections. The Constitutional Compromises. From The Liberator. What were those compromises, on tlie port nf the North ? for every thing dciiends on their moral quality. If ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 7 September 1850

The Senate's Slave Catching Bill. The following U Synopsis of tio bill which tiaa just parsed tho Senate, designed to make lava-catching an easy business In free State. The gist of it lie in tho fifth, sixth, and seventh section, which wo givt entire The Washington Vulon, tn speaking of th ohr ctct of tho bill, speak of it M hot only favora ble to tho fffcht of tho owners, and calculated to ooncilinto tho Southern people, but h anotli. r moat gratifying eridenco of tho liberal dispo sition of tho North to carry out the guaranties trftha constitution, . flection lit decree that all Commlratonera In the several Stats appointed by tho Circuit Court of tho United Htaten, who hold tho power of a justice of tho peace, aro hereby authorized and required to exercise end, discharge all tho jiewcra ant dtiea conferred by thi act, Sec 2d awihoriaeo the Superior Court of tho choral Territories to appoint Commissioner to take acknowledgment of bail and aflldarit, (to. who by auch appointincnta a...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 7 September 1850

r to worship Ood in thousands of churches 011 OTOr InO IBTIdf mill Ull HUB Ter. hut mrvB million of your brothers are crushed down by ' the iron heel of slavery. Is this to worship Ood i art sometimes complained of for ' misrepresenting the church and religion of tho land. It will require not a long argumont to rafuta these charge. You know that if the -1 -f .1. .1 :.! i- j VVHKICl VI IU UUJ WVIU UlllkVU 111 UI'IUIMIUI II, no matter what change in our law and Institu tion, It would be granted ; knowing this if I could not give you o single instanco of tho church's rooognising slavery, and yet slavery , existed, that alono would be enough to con , deran it. Do you need that I should bring further proof? llore arc your churches right In the face of stavery, having power to re ' mere it, and yet slavery is permitted to to ' main. It would be an Insult to your common aenso to give more arguments than these.- noea i mng you nose oiuan s ' iorwcinnoe and the Constitution," (I should think...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 7 September 1850

Miscellaneous. The Reformed Robber. V Father Raphael, an ecclesiastic1 ln mini) town in Normandy, was one dny Bent for in to the country to prepare a highwayman fin death. . The criminal was nit more thnn two or three and twenty, with an interest ing physiognomy, and had been seduced hy bad eompany. lie had frankly confessed nil the circumstances of hit guilt ) liis chains were already taken oil", n usual, previous to hi execution ) and an there was no convo nient place in the prison, the clergyman and the culprit wore ahut np in a small ehnpcl, ...which atootl detached irom any oinor ouuu ,.. lugs, at tlo extremity of the village, and re , coivcd all ita light Irnin an aperture in the , middle of a vanlted roof. I lore the ecclesiastic Immediately com- tnenced an earnest exhortation to repent . ance; hut though he niailn it as persuasive 4 and pathetic ns possihle, he observed that the poor fellow paid very little attention to ' what he auid. As his appearance, age, and , confessio...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 September 1850

"NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." OLIVEIt JOHNSON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMBER 14, 1850. WHOLE NO. 261. VOL. 6-NO. 1. THE BUGLE. Anniversary of the Rocky River A. S. Society. . Agreeably to previous Announcement, the Rocky River Ar.ti-Slsvery Society convened for their first annual meeting, In the " Free Church" in Litchfield, Friday afternoon, Aug. 1(5, 1850. The officers being absent, there was no formal organization, nud the members and friends of ths Society present wore addres sed by Abby K. Foster and Oliver Johnson, upon lbs origin and progress of the Anti Slavery Cause . Friday Evening. Mot again iu the Church Samuel Brooke continued the history of the Anti-Slavery cause, bringing it down to the death of the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society. The President and Vice President not being present, Oliver Johnson was called to tho chair. Henry C. Wright presented a series of re solutions setting forth our duties to fugitive Slaves. A business committee of five were appoint...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 September 1850

Thad. Stevens Kneading the 'Dough.' Th. following piece of tinging snrca.m U from the recent epeeoh of Thaddetu gto. Vent on the Texaa bribery bill j May I tell Southern gentlemen that 1 think iney mistake Northern character! I admit lliHt the North, in this ami the ulher branch 01 t.ongrcms have shown all the uminl symp tom, ot cowardice. Notwithstanding the rude and vulgur assault madu liy the gcntlc- unu nuin niassnciiusen iir. AshmuuJ on the gentleman from Ohio. tlr. f for referring to the arts of Senators, I crave Jiii mercy while 1 smiv, that I believe every Northern Senator who voted lor this Texas boundary bill certainly every Northern Whig Humitoiw believed, and most of them expressed tho belief, thai Texas had no liu.low of lille to one particle of the soil of New Mexico. The gentleman from 4oiviN;,isciia iwr. AsnmmiJ tins morning declared his tirm belief of the same fact jw iney voieu ana lie avow, his determina tion to vote, for bill surre uderimr to 'IV ms Ttiore than f...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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