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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 30 November 1850

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. 43 NO. 12. EDITOR'S TABLE. ISoiMBunoB Bbvibw. The numl-or for Oeto- bef opens with an article interesting alike to he scholar and the general reader upon tho History of the English Language. 'Tho Uni ted States' is the subject of tho next article, which if a review of L ell's and Mm key's Tra vels, and some other publications which throw light upon tho topic The spirit of tho articlo is excellent, and, bating its laudations of Web Iter, will bo read in this country with almost Universal satisfaction. Tho views it presents n the subject of Religious Toleration afford vidence that liberal opinions on this question re gaining ground in Great Britain. Of tho tother articles wo give tho titles, viz British lluscsra Commission ; Muse s Ancient Greek slanguage anu Literature ; inc r.upnra'.r jix- Z:J . ti ,.:, ' . u. tT , I T . , num, anu ii.uu.wi.ux raining , York. I Leonard Scott & Co., 79 ult jn-st. IIoldbm's Maoasikb. The contents of tho December number will...

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. — 30 November 1850

Miscellaneous. Vanquished by a Woman. Frnncis Bowrn.fiditnr of the Nortli Atnor can Review and Professor of History in llnr ard University n Hunker consrrvniivo of the most ultra stripe cnnio out some limo ago against Kossuth nml his associates mid In favor of Austrian dcsnotism. lie haii Ihtii reviewed in the Christian Eraminer, and of thut review Iho New York Tribune snys: It will not appease llio mortification of fho erudite Prolessor to know tbnt lie linn ex perienced such a summary defeat nt the iinmlii or Imly. The initials appended to the article in tbo i'mmiVr aro those of Mart Lowell Putnam, daughter of tbo Rev. lr. ,nwcll of Boston, and sister to tlio dis tinguished poet of that name. Without any nmliitinn for literary distinction, lending o lilo of domestic duties ii n (I retirement, Olid pnr- suing l''0 most profound nnd various sHulies froiti nn insnliato thirst for knowledge, this admirtihlu person linn shown herself qualified to rope w illi the dillicnlticsof n compli...

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 December 1850

OLITEK JOHNSON, Editor. "HO UNION WITH 51ATED0LDERS." JAMES BAIIXABY, It,blUI,ln A VOL. 6-NO. 13. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 7, 1850. WII0LE,N0. 273. THE ANTI-SLlfERT BUGLE, rvblitfud every Saturday, at Soem, Cot. Co., O, Tbbvu. il.SO per annum tf paid in advance 1,74 per annum if paid within the Unit six months of the subscriber s year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six month. fey We Occasionally send number to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti-sla very truth, with the hope that they will either subscribe themselves, or use their Influence, to extend ita circulation among their frienda. FT'Comraunicationa intended for insertion, to be addressed to Olivrr Johnson, Editor, All others to Jambs Bahnabt, Publishing Agent, I Selections. Thompson's Faneuil Hall Speech. If I wai not deeply conscious that in all that concerna the character, prosperity, and future greatness of tliia countrv t felt a wa...

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 December 1850

The Troubles of Nick Bayer! From the Sandusky Mirror. Our readers hnvo liennl of tlio (trrnt cx Iteniciit in Chicago, orivinntinit in ilie ut- Dosed etletnpt to arrest and rnrrv "If ftigiliv-? Inveo theisre ceminiuiiiented to Detroit mul "Cleveland, whence telegraphic, dispatches had been Mut, tlmt nttciiipln would 1m iimilu te arrest fitgitive chives from tlio steamer Kiafar. It limy astonish on r render Inhonr ht Nr nuict, unobtrusive end pencenble fellow-citizen, Nicholas lluyer, was the. inno cn4 lid iininteiitionnf enusu of nil tlii Imlf ml., excitement, mul nlnrin, nnd " prepain tic 11 far wur." Imt it in even so. Our friend Nick, linvins; remained quietly t home lor the lust twelve year, dis-pcnxiiig good tdieer to the people of this vicinity, took it into din lieml to desert hi million lor lew day, ml 'V n visit to Chicago. In company nilh 4 ;' iiiiiii tiiend, Mr. Hcnnil, largn, tout looking limn, who in mmhle to spenk Kng'ish, h started on a pleasure ex cursion to the ' Our...

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 December 1850

Written for the Bugle. Shall We Obey? Win from the land of bondage thero comes a panting slave, fS'ling upon Northern Christians for the love fOodtosavej Shall wsjiin the hellish blood hounds that are ' baying on hii track ) . Basil we aend the trembling victim to the bloody tyrant back ) Whon a Woman worn and weary, with a babe upon her breast, Begt a eruat from our abundance, and an hour ' of needful rest, ' Shall we spurn her meek petition ahall we coldly turn away 1 . While the ruthlcaa monster Miaea on hit unro- aiating prey Ti the time to choose, my brcthrtn, 'twixt tho lawa of Heaven and Hell j 'TIS the time to choose, my sisters look to your decision well I ' TU the timo for earnest action ! wherefore should ye doubting stand, While the clouds of Ood's fierce vengeance gather o'er our guilty land r O ye whose faith is feeble, hear the words of the Most High : t ' Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, heod the , bondman's bitter cry Which shall claim the greatest reverence, God'...

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 December 1850

48 TM 'ANTISLAVERY BUGLE. VOL6. Miscellaneous. Letter of Esther Ann Lukens to the Worcester Convention. NEW GARDEN, O., Oct., 1850. I ' frxk Fmcnd: You hove kindly invited me to address a letter to the Convention about to assemble at Worcester, for tlie the pur- pone of discussing the claims and conditions ot women anil ns it is now impossiuie mr we to be there in iemon, 1 hasten to comply. Deeply, however, do 1 regret this alternative, aa I belong to that very large class, whoso activity is indicated tmly by excessive idea sura in sccinff others labor: and Kladly would 1, on this occasion, sit at your feet, (if thnt would not bo too humble an attitude,) and lie taught of the way, instead of writing at this distance from you, and without any thing to communicate but simple and heart felt wishes for the fulfilment, in your eusc, of the beautiful promise, ' As thy day in, so hall thy strength lie.' I'erhnps tho women of Ohio never aston- . lulled themselves tnnro than when they found ...

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 December 1850

. . -r-r; , , 1 zl 'i. ! -- -- . ' "I "NO UNION WITH SLlTEIIOLDERS." J A SITS RAHltAIlY, PnbliMilnr (. OL1VEK JOHNSON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 14, 1850. WHOLE NO. 274. : VOL. 6 ---NO. 14. THE AUTI-Sl ATERT BU6LK, PuUuheit tttry Saturday, at Saltm, Col. Co., O. Tan. $1,80 per annum if paid In advance. f 1,74 per annum if paid within the first ix month! of the ubacribcr' year, 2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed eynnd tlx montha. (yffe occasionally lend numbers to those Who aro not ubcribcrs, but who arc believed to be Interested in the dissemination of anti-sla-Tery truth, with the hope that they will either subscribe themselves, or uw their influence to extend ita circulation among their friend. tyCommunicationa intended for insertion, to be addressed to Olivrr Johnson, Editor, All other to Jamb Dauxart, Publishing Agent. Selections. Address of George Thompson TO THE COLORED PEOPLE OF BOSTON. ilirtthrtn and Siitcri : I accept with hu mility and gratitude the ...

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 December 1850

50 THE "AINTI-SLAVEllY BUGLE. VOL. 6. Wllil Oo COMMANDS TO TAKE Till Tin' IIP El AND BLOW A DOLOROUS OR A JAURINO I1I.AST, IT Xiu rot m mar's will what in bhall iAt ou what Hi ihall conceal. Milton. BALEii, OHIO, DECEMBER 14, 1850. The Youngstown Republican. In recent number of The Buglo we quoted paragraph from the republican, in which the Xditot declared that ' if the fugitivo law was I human and devoid of its tyratiical appear- if, and inertly granted the right to tht since- koMsr toreeortr tht fugitive, but little fault could be found with it ;" and that at good citizens , vr are bound to recognize the privilege given by , the Constitution," Ice. We accompanied the quotation with few words of comment, in which we took the ground that the law, if odi ut at a,!l, is eo pre-eminently becnuso of its main object, not merely on account of tho method it provides for the accomplishment of that object and we ventured to ask our cotcmpornry if ho , was willing to play tho kidnapper in Con...

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. — 14 December 1850

NO. 14. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. 51 EDITORIAL BREVITIES. Braiil baa at length declared the Slave Trade (foreign) piracy. A great State Convention to consider the Fu gitive Bill U to be held at Syraouso, N. Y., bout the Brat of January. Chaplin is till in prison. It U aerioualy sp. prehended that tlicre ia a plan on foot to mur At him it he should be liberated on bail. The Pertag Stniinal apologiaca for the row by Which the Boston Whigs broke up the Fan wit UU meeting for the reception of George Thompson. Shame. It is aaid that tho Hunkers of Boston are go lng to pay the masters of William and Ellen Crafts for their lost property 1 Wonderful be nevolence ! - Benton says it was Gen. Taylor who gave the name 'Omnibus' to Clay's compromise bills, and that Sir Hurry was made very angry thereby. The American League of XJnlvem.1 Brother ' hood U about to publish a series of books for the purport of indoctrinating the community in the principles ef Peace. The Fifteenth Pennsylvania Anti-Slav...

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. — 14 December 1850

752 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. V0LP6. Miscellaneous. Literature and Life. It it not many years since the Mercantile Library Association was convulsed ly a truggfe profitable to it, but rosily to many of it members turning on the propriety of excluding worfai of fiction from future pur chases for its replenishment. Precisely what definition win intended to be given to tho phrase w erks of fiction ' wns not stated ; but we presume Bunjnn's Pilgrim's Pro gress, Milton's Paradise' I-ost ami the Para ble of Christ were not among the works marked for proscription had tho anti-fiction party prevailed, as it happened not to do. Still, tho distinction between looks of a wholesome and those of a pernicious char acter is badly drawn and badly comprehend ed by great numltcrs; and we propose to make it elesrer if pnsxiblo. The proper test of a hook's value is its truth. Ccrtninl; , a book might be written which iihould he thoroughly true yet utterly Worthless, because setting forth no fact of any m...

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. — 21 December 1850

Es jf! 4" kEt BttW mMQ "oUVEB JOHNSON, EdiUT 11 NO UNION WITH SL1TEH0LDERS." JAMES DAIINABV, r..blUi.ln; Agent, f: . 1 1 ii . . , y ,.' 7 " - - VOL. 6--N0. 15. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 21, 1850. WHOLE NO. 275. " TBE 1NTI-SLA VERT BLOLE, fublithed every Saturday, at Salem, Cot. Co., O. i Tkrmk. $1,50 per snnum if paid In advance. $1,74 per annum If paid within tho first six months of tho subscriber'! year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond aix months. ITWi occasionally aend numbers to those who aro not subscribers, but who are believed to be Interested in the dissemination of anti-slavery truth, with tho hope that they will either subscribe themselves, or use their iniliicnco to extend its circulation among their friends, CCommunications intended for insertion, to be addressed to Oliver Joiinsos, Editor, AU others to Jamm Bahnhiy, Publishing Agent, Selections. Speech of Wendell Phillips AT THE Reception of George Thompson, In Lynn, Mass. Nov. 26th. Ttiis it c...

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. — 21 December 1850

The Anti-Slavery Bugle. Wi God commands to tam tits tklmi-bt ' J blow dolobois on a JARHjNO iii.aiit, it , LIU 0T tt MA.l'a WILL WHAT HI SHALL SAT Oft WUAT BB (BALL CONCEAL. MiUoH, SALEM, OHIO, UBCF.MltF.lt SI, 18S0. Mrs. Swisshelm & the Worcester Convention. It tn our tntemian to hbtice Mrs. Swiss UWi aDimodvcrsHMia Hkh the Worcester VV'omrini Right Conveutioa on their first slpparnitcs but in the hurry and coufusiun "which followed a three weeks absence from oUrHitorin' duties, we found 110 fuvortihlo Hitf.a for doing so. We hod almost conclud ed to remain silent, when a letter from a "highly esteemed ft joint, urging the subject upon our attention, led us to the determina tion to express wiint we thought und felt. The tuhjuet lias indeed lost sumethiiig of ila ireslmess, but its intrinsic importuu,ce has kept it from becoming stale. That are may do Mrs, Swisshehn no lot just'ioewe copy her remarks. In the fift'tr f Nov. 2d she mud: At the time of writing we have only sen be t...

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. — 21 December 1850

EDITORIAL BREVITIES. The Cholera to making wful ravage In J males, Whole fiunllis kave been swept off . ' The prospects of Cok Benton in, Missouri have improved of lute, and It is thought that bo 0 tande pretty good chance of ft re-election to the V, & Senate. William O. Allen, colored young tnan, law Undent in theoflico of EHisGray Loring, Esq., Boston, has been appointed to the Professor ehip of Orock nd Rhetoric In Central College, MoOrawville, N. Y. Cyjamea the Novelist doclarea in tecent letter that the only periodical in thia country for which he writea ia Graham $ Magazine. Ilia admirers will know where to go for hi latest productions. The corporate authorities of Washington hare under consideration some mcasurt hearing very oppressively upon the free eolored popula tion of tho city. The pro-slavery apirit ia ram pant just now. The Indiana Yoarly Meeting of Orthodox Friends memorialized the Constitutional Con rention of that Stato against the scheme for preventing tho set...

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. — 21 December 1850

Miscellaneous. The Crutches and the Wooden Saddle. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH. CHAPTER I. Soclsty U based, upon " An Exchange of Scr ricea. In little village of Frnnoc, there lived a little old uIInnclil)ni'k,n who in hit youth bad by tome accident lost holli of hit legt-- hia nemo was Cnro. Cnro wns not rich ; hi fortune consisted in a homo, a wooden tad' ill, and a pair of crutches. To earn hia livelihood, he performed er rands, ho put letters In the post othce, brush d clothe, blackened Imota and shoes in tl(i lie did all ui hi power to jirornre Tor himself an honorable subsistence. One would give him a )irco of nix sous, another more, another less. Hornet' not he wns paid 10 Dread or in meat nt another tune ho ro reived an old lint, an old rent, n hall-used shirt, in a word, he ulwayt hud something; for bis trouble, Cnro wns 'so good, so willing, t honest, thnt everybody loved him. Early in the morning (he wns not lnzy) Caro went out in search of work. On fine dayt he took his "...

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. — 28 December 1850

1 , OLIVEIt JOIIASOX, i:litor. "NO INIOS WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAIUHS KAItRY, rublisl,nl Arm. VOL. 6--N0.1G. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 28, 1850. WHOLE NO. 276. . THE MTML1VEIT DCGLE, FuUmhed every Saturday, at Silent, Cot. Co., O. Tshms. $l,fiO per annum if paid in advance. $1,74 per iinniim if pnid within the iir.it six Months of tlic subscriber's veur. $2,00 per annum, if payment be dclnycd . beyond six montlis. IV We occasionally send numbers to thost? wrio are not subscribers, but who urn believed to bo interested in the diseminntionof auti-sla-Verjr truth, with tha hope that they will either subscribe themselves, or use their inllucnco to xtend iti circulation amentf their friends. ryCommunicntions intended for insertion, to be addroMed to Oi.ivkh Johnso:, K litor. All others to Jambs Haunaiit, l'uhlishinii Aent. Selections. DANGERS OF THE NATION. . W copy tho following eloquent extracts i from Theodore Parker's Thnnksgiving Sermon, lutely preached in Boston. Anrl now...

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. — 28 December 1850

From the True Democrat. From the True Democrat. Canada West-Colored People-their Situation. Editor. The undersigned was appointed an agent l.v the friends of the FugHive Slaves' in U.mdnlph, Mnrllrr. ItareAina, and Windham, to vixit and retiort tli wants of the fugitives in Canada Wert, and to administer to them such aid as was committed to his core, l) the friends of the . alsve in the aliove named places. ' . ... There are in Canada West probably not fcr from 3,000 fugitive. It is inipoM.il.lef to arrive at the exact number, as they ere daily arriving, many of ihcm having been hurried way from the Free(?) Suites, where they had accumulated some properly t have sold their possessions at a great sacrifice, and are i '.i .... Large donations of clothing have been fnr- .1. ..... wsrded, and as there are plenty of opportu nities for tabor to those w ho will Inlior, and they can obtain provisions there cheniier than on the Reserve, there cannot lie much suffer ing. Wheat is but four to ...

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. — 28 December 1850

Substance of a Discourse. Delivered at Windham, on Sunday Evening, Dec. 1st, 1850, on occasion of the late Annual Thanksgiving. BY JOSEPH TREAT. - Otl. 6 : 7. God is not mocked, t preach Revolution, and I preach Revolu tion I There can bo no Qiring of Thank without Revolution. From tho Landing of tlio filgrim on the Hock of Flymouth until now, . there hath never an acceptable Thanksgiving been kept unto Ood there hath never been a Day Of Praise In the New World t And there Sever will be, till the foundation of the present system have been pheatcd and overturned. Thets mtal U Revolution I ' Tlrt Upper ten thousand" of the people of Vhla nation keep a yearly Foatival. They hold meetings, and cat suppers' They give thanks for Peace, Plenty, Liberty, and Christianity. II who sitteth in the heavens looks when they hould render their praise, and lo, they offer only mockery. Let the Indictment be tried t First of all, they give thanks for their Chri tianity. This they account their flrst a...

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. — 28 December 1850

Miscellaneous. Settling a Kingdom Manof-War Fashion. Onef her Majesty's sh'qi, while cruising . on the Africnn slut tort, wne orderi d to pro Voerito the Cnninronti rivrr, mid deliver the ipfent to Kings Bell nttd Aqtui, in fulfill sjflcnt of treaty uitrrcd into with thoso sovereigns liy tlio British Government lur ' lit suppression of 1 lie slave trade mid, on .he morning alter Iter iiu'im.1, nt daylight, Vai surrounded by n number of war canoe, with fifty men each, one division having Kiii(j Hell mid hi chiefs on hnnril, iiiintliT division tlie eldest sou of the Into King Aqun, (who lind died since tlio delivery of tlio tor iner presents,) nnd tlio oilier division, tlio - sotiliuc! Poll of the lain King, w ho had de posed hi eldest In oilier, mid assumed tho . sovereignty. J no ininaiii iiociineu receiv ing tlicm on hoard till eight o'clock, when ' the rolom were hoisted, a guard of innrincs ready to receive tlieni, tho olliccr wearing their eword und rorked hut. Kins Bell ,, WOK ...

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. — 4 January 1851

S0 CSIOS WITH SlilElUlDEH." JAIVICA BAUHfABY, Publishing AgcuU OLIVril JOIIXSOX, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JANUARY 4, 1851. WHOLE NO. 277. VOL. 6-NO. 17. . . THE AMI-SLAV Lit Y BUGLE, Vublithti every Saturday, at Stlcm, Col. Co., O. , Terms. $ MO per annum if paid in advance. 1$ 1,73 per annum if paid within tlio first six '"months of the subscriber's your. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond aix month. M.-r tWWe occivdonally send numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of nnti-sln-Tory truth, with tho hope thnt they will cither ubscribo themselves, or use their inlltienco to txtend its circulation among their friends. rVCommunieations Intended for insertion, ,to be addressed to Olivkh Johnson, Editor. AU others to Janiks Uaiinaiiy, Publishing Agent. Selections. Speech of Hon. J. R. Giddings. In the House of Representatives at Washington, MONDAY, Dec. 9, 1850. t- Mr. Giddings rose iiikI suid: I move si...

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. — 4 January 1851

Kidnapping in Philadelphia. Kidnapping in Philadelphia. Human Liberty, under the Fugitive Stave Law. CASE OF GIBSON. A frloml til Philadelphia, says the N. Y fYihlin. Iina urttrnrpit liir ua iIim (iillfi.ilinr authentic account (mainly as reported dr LtilmA of tlm recent rum ul' atrocious Kidnapping under the aiielicr ol tnu t iipi tive Slave Lnw. Adam Gibson, the nllugcd (and falsely proved) Fugitive Slave, was aeized laat Suturobey, taken before Ldwnrd J. Ingraham, If. S. ConnnWioncr, nnd forthwith adjudged a alnve ami hurried off luto Slavery. Hut ho happened to liill into the hands of mi honest nnd conscientious loan, wlm knew nt a glance that he wns not the pdrann he wns sworn lo ho, nnd refused M reVeive liitn ua sui-h. That mig7il happen la another ciisie, and tlieu it might not. Just "eopiider the facta I The prisoner wna arrested while standing at the corner of Second nnd Lninhnrd bin. Iiy three men George II. Allieiii, William HcKinlcy and Hubert Smith who thrust liim into...

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