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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 November 1852

QHjc nti-5ltu)cr) Bugle. SALEM, OHIO, XOI'EMBEtl 13, 1852. Bksoutivb Conmittks mccu December 6th. Western Anti-Slavery Fair—1852. The VaTiRR Axti-Slavmy Faib, will be hld In Salem, commcncoing December Slst nd continuing two day. The object of tho Fair i U to aid in tho restoration of freedom to tho enslaved and in securing and porpctunting the blessings of tho free, bjr publishing and enforc ing the principle! of justice and freedom upon the government and people Past expertenco here and elsewhere tin do monstratcd the utility of Fuirs, as a source of . Anti-Slavery revenue. Wo therefore hopo that . the friends of Anti-Slavery principles and inca , euros, will be liberal in their contributions and prompt in forwarding them. Tho more varied and extensive the assortment of articles the better. The ornamental and tho useful, will be alike available. Tba merchant ran contri bute from his store, tho mechanic and manufac turer from his shop, tho housekeeper fiom her Varied and indispensa...

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. — 13 November 1852

Selected Articles. New Modes of Spiritual Communication. A controversy which nppenrs in the Spir itual Telegraph, between pa editor, Mr. lirii- Eon, and a Dr, Richmond, dcvelnprs f tic; diet hat tha spirits,' have taken n new mode of 'oniniflnicnting with the world. Wc give lha statements of Hie 'JMrgraph, viih the names of the subscribing v nuci-ic, us wc pit li ilicni. STATEMENT OF THE MEDIUM. Denr Sir I linvn been solieiti il ly n inn pial friend to irtnl yen a roiu-isc statement pf fny ejc'iiiTiciiro, ns roni'cetcil with some mysterious writing which have occurred in my room, a fac timile of one of hirli up. Reared in iiumhci nino of tlm Spiritual Til- C- tgraph.' J comply w'uli the request, though i cunlrnrii'ty lu my iiiclimuiniis, which ouhj, prompt mo to shrink liom un) pi.lc The original pnprr containing the nuln graphs I found on my table, nliout linn; o'clock one allcrnnnii. on mv rcinrii Irnui business; the pnper used being n sheet of drawing-paper, wlueli wns Incidental...

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. — 20 November 1852

f 8 0 XV M lKIl'S It. XtOruiXSOX, Ctlilor. "SO C .110.1 WITII ILmilOLDERX." r.lIII.V ItOi:j.M-, 'i)Mil:iiiK Aixvut. VOL.S-NO. 9. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 20, 1852. WHOLE NO 373. IBitxij tiii: anti-si. ivi:uv ni .i.i:, FuBLIfllKD EVIItT SaTLHO.VT, AT S.tLKM, O , TiitMi. l,!0 per nnnum if pnid in mlvnnee, $1,75 per milium lfuiid within the first ix month at the tuhscrilicr t c.ir 12,00 per annum, if payment bo delate J be yond six inonthi. IVWe ooca'ionnlly no n tl numbers tt thnc who ro not uliacrihirs, hut who nro behoved to be Interested hi tlio dissemination of nnti lavery truth, with tlio hope that thry Hill either uburibe thciinelvcs, or mo their influ ence to extend its circulation among their friend". CSrCnmrniinieatiniiR Intended for Insertion, t bo mldrcswl to M vines H. Hiiitox, Klitor. All Others to Kmii.v Koni.xo,Pub!Whing Ag't. J. HUDSON', 1'iU.NlLll. THE BUGLE. Lhi) without I'icliuii. - .1 Sermon, PituchU O.hUr VAsl, 1?Z . BT T. W. IIIGCI.XSO.V. Minitltr of...

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. — 20 November 1852

Anti-Slavery Meeting. Pursuant to ft provious. call, some of Hhej opponents of Slavery extension utul Slavery prop'-muii'l m, met in the Town Hall, on Saturday l'.veninjj. the 13ih iiw., to deNrlso way nnd nicnns for continuinj ngitalion on tho "d;ir.rrroos and rxcitinj "eubjeel of slavery," by disseminating Ami-Slavery lru-.1i more prnrrMly mopgsi tho nifisji s, or whatever rimy bethought most advisable-. J. U. Cutiell w in culled in tho their, A; I). I). Strntion appointed ercrt'tnrv. After n lull f muti-ntriii cf iliii c 1 ' ct of tho meetinc nn morion n enmmittre of fire wn nptini' 1 in prep ir- tuvn ss for the memin. Onst-ting nf 1). Sitinlon, 8. l.ronk". t;. . Suiiih, i:. K. Smith & Joseph Fnwrott. During tho nbnn'nf ilii committee U R.Ilobnifein.V .1.11 c.'itoti , idjrpssed the meeting. The fut-mt-r spuku n!)'y for half an hour mid ihu n: lia f w.iy work, would ever auoreitd. but we must promn!j-ito r.i'licul .Ami Sin very truth, and having placed nursi Ivp nn a true posi...

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. — 20 November 1852

Gerrit Smith's Platform. ftcail and ixoimW it, poor fearful whig and democratic souls, w lm, for soke of success, nrrifired trulli and honor, unit committed trensnn ngninM nil jnnr liuinnne impulses. Lay it lfilt! tltvir Baltimore structures, ami blush mr their diabolism, niitl repent for Jour Consenting thereto. Let free Demo crat, too, lny it beside thus of Buffalo mid nd Pittsburgh, comparatively excellent tluV tlicy be, oiul nee if there lio "no ilitfermira, oilier than (lint of words." See if it be not lirooder, nml strongly, ami higbi-r tluiii they. To any iioVbhig of Its ftco tnwhr, which to tu is Hindi, it is superior in dint it proposes, tiol merely to make aliivrry sectional, " lint 4o mnko liberty niiivei cil. It tlirerla its Main enginery, tint ngnitist slave trading, and lave extension, hut iliicclly egniust the nib embracing evil, slnvery'e exigence. It wel oeaastit it solid footing and to it snfe pro tection, flic three millioiia of slaves, which the other lour, quiet...

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. — 20 November 1852

Selected Articles. From the Hartford Courant. Latest News from Salt River. As we linvc vnyngett llio wholo length nf Pnll Kivcr, tli to tho " IiitiiI nl sloop linvlgn. linn, "ho nre rpiitc desirous llmlonr readers hoiild know what n lime n had, mul li iw Wo ore enli.-lu'il with nur new " location. ' Wn atnrtril in tin- grnnd old stcmiti r ('ni tirclicut, Copt. Sternly Habit cumiiuu.der, svilhlhe rest of llio largo WhijC fleet, on the evening of I In- second ot' November, mi nur rruine up the stream. As wei'Morcd the hay into which that lliinnint river dis. hui ires lis waters there nnj nn tinivctsal expression nl' (frinf throughout the w hole (li'rl. The fust ebullition being nver, we IiihI nn fippniiunily, "quiet though unit, " til mmk the rnpid pro- f n ss nl' our voyage, nml tin' interesting oli ects In-fore iik. As we pt ssi d tip thn buy, tbero loomed n;i l liir.; us tic; low sandy point ot Vnpr Harbor Imp: aremcnl ; wo pnvu U obstructions ii wiili) li.'illi innl sighed ns sile...

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. — 27 November 1852

JflAKIVS II. Honi.tSOX, Editor. "SO UNION WITfl SHVEUOLDERS." emixy no nix , rubiuiiimr Asmi. VOL. 8---N0. 10. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 27, 1852. WHOLE NO 374. THE ANTI-XL.A VEHY BlULi; tOBLIlHIO BVIUY SaTI'HDAT, AT SaLKM, O. Tbsm. $ 1,50 per annum if paid in advance. $1,74 per annum if pnid within tlio lint ix month of tho subscriber's year. $1,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed be ye4 xix month. lF"Ve occasionally lend Humbert to tlioo "who arc not subscribers, but who aro believed to b interested in the diminution of nnti vlavtry truth, with tho hope thnt they will ilher aubscribs thoinsolvcs, or use thrir influ no to extend its circulation among their irisnri. Communication Intended for insertion, o ba addressed to Mamiis It. Kontssox, KJitnr. Alt ethor to KxiLT Hohikso.v, Publishing Ag't. ' 1. HUDSON, l'KINTEU. THE BUGLE. DEFERED ARTICLES. A wise Conclusion. The Pittsburgh Coininoici.il Journal is turning llio lute whig tlelent lo profitable account. Tliu Editor r...

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. — 27 November 1852

184& It wns mi indictment for slatting n toomnn nf color nwingserviro lo n resident of Lonisinnn. 'I'lio Indictment wn uikIc-i Hie 14Dtli section tif ti e C'rintiuut Code, vh-K:h provides that, "If nny person shall tiarbor r avcrptu. nny negro, mulatto, or per on of ctilov. iin sumo In inif n slave or n ervaiil owing service or luhor to nny oilier j toii, whether Ihry rra'ubi in thin Stutti or in tiny other Slate, or lernlnry, or District, Within the limi'm nml under llio jurisdiction tif the United Stales, or ahull in any wiso liimlcr or proven! the lawful owner or own ers of such sluves or hitviiiiIh lioni retaking them in n lawful iniiiini'r, every such person i o iilK ndinif shall ho deemed i: 1 1 1 1 1 v ol n misdemeanor, nml fincil not exceeding five hundred dollars, or iinpii.iont'il not exceeding ix months, It appeared thnt tho wninnn of color wns : a tlnve, owned hy n resident of Louisiana, end thnt, whiln passing with her mistress from Kentucky to Louii-inun through tl...

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. — 27 November 1852

Judge Paine's Decisions. There hare been within a few weeks two im- portant Judicial dedisions on the great question or the ego. The one in Philadelphia w hich we reported last week, that of Judge Paino, which we publish to-day. This fact justly protects Hie rights of men, and ably vindicate them from the claims of property, which impudently asserts its superiority. This decision has ejreally excited those, who for the soke of southern trade would make New York a slave Kate, for the accommodation of southern tra vellers, who choose to bring their human pro perty Into the stale. Judgo I'aino ha received the most violent anathemas, because he chose to respect jastrcc, and tho laws and constitution tf the atato which ho was sworn to tUport. but as thoso curses aro unavailing, and the Vomen and children are free, they next, tutn 'ihelr attention to administering consolation to the whining slave master and in connexion with slaveholders in Itichmond, havo very promptly raised $5000, the ...

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. — 27 November 1852

The Anti-Slavery Bugle. The Anti-Slavery Bugle. Honestly-Graphs from the Fire-side. BY A HOUSEKEEPER. litre, in my little kitclicn. where, mv lime 1" Chiefly occupied with nil tho various per- f arroanres requisite in cook in?, or in patch- Jng, mending, miking, or knitting, th echo of tho world's din will sometimes intrude. )t hns recently horno to mo tho tidings uf c iii'ii) iiuu B tit:,i:iii , ill ir gard to which I scored know which feeling ' ttri!fimtfinf-a ri.nri.l f.,i- tt.A 11.!-....... . tit ' the latter. I hnve hcord it remarked, tlmt to ' obtain a correct iden of cilhor of tho great political parlies, ii was only necessary to rend opponent's papers. And rcnlly if tlmt a truo test, of which t ntn not nt present to doubt, they must both bo fit fur nothing but to he rooted from the earth mid destroyed. It would he I ml in one, if it wcro not loo melancholy fur mirth, in see wlmt arta aro used during a political contest to hi-j as the minds of tho people ; w hat chienne- ry, ...

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 December 1852

iiiffje m i i i wm JtlAKIUS 11. ItOIilXSO, Editor. "JiO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." K.tllM' HOIIIWOA, I'utilMiiii? Agent. VOL. 8N0.11. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 4, 1852. WHOLE NO 375." THE ANTI-SE1VEHY lit PuatUUBIl KVKKY SaTCRIIAY, AT 8.U.I!, O THM1. iJ5o l,75 per annum if paid, within tlio ur.t six month of tlio subscriber's year. &00 per nnnum, if payment bo delayed bc oml nix montln. riWo occasionally send numbers to thono .u ii.ii uii.tiucm, nut wlio nro believed o be interested in tho dii.oininntion of nnti lavcry truth, with tho hopo that thev will ithor sub'cribc themselves, or tio their infht nca to extend its circulation among their flrisnrla. tW Communication. Intended for lni rlion, no I'liircMea to Jl inin 11. Umi vso.v, K litor. All otiieri to I'.mily KoiiiNMy.ruhliithing Ag t J. IIUDSOX, l'KINTKIt. THE BUGLE. From the Christian Press. The most Speedy, Sure, and Safe Method of Abolshing Slavery. It linn rvrr been my opinion tluit iliu en tire iiholilinn o...

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 December 1852

From the Independent. Degraded Into Liberty. A anuthfrii getillcninn n route furTexn!, lirotiulil to Now York emltt HlaveMo lie, shin ped hence liy one of our ocean lining summ ers. The bird of lliu uir iulorined tlm Aliolition'st-iof the (act, nnd it was nothing before n writ was served upon the, whole clmltel ifnii, uikI tlicy wero limited up heloro Judge lVniu, to hIiow ciiiiso whv they should not Imi dooim.'d lo I'Vecilum. 'ihe cruel in liosipitalily of New York was never more manifest. I'heso tiuioi'ciit fi:'.inv-1ii'iti', blessed hy heinu horn slave, mid not mini- fully edo.-utcil lir it ns northern southerners) or, nmiMK unci mi u,o mat, lust mimes which tiuikt; n Yiruiui.t slave in miicl, liitiir off thtui n free liietnry i 1 1 in M is.siichiiM'llv, liuviiiR grown in Hid iiiilnl ,'cnru of lliiiso hilarious dances, uml in tlm r.-icl i.- of iImiso voiles w l.icli iiu.ku plantation lite pei I'cctly tsrudin.iiral, tlicy wet eon ttn-ir way to that md waving with ntic.:ir imiih nn...

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. — 4 December 1852

ne pnuosopny ana iruo cxpcuieney as in mo andralitybf reform. . What would have been tho remit, hid the isunionists gono over, as many voting sbolit- Ion 1st t so intently wished them, to tho Free jeinocrncy, at me recent election? There 'would now be but one Anti-Slavi ry psity. 'Our distinctive doctrines which we havo advn. catea as our opponents admit, with much seal, i ana oy wnicn wo have been nolo to gum tne public ear to an extent that political nntl sla- rry notwithstanding; ita numbers, has never ' been ablo to apironch, would havo been aban doned. And what would have been gained to -1 t T" i i. ... .... Democracy ? Their vctc (so small compared with '44 in numbers, as to mnks tho impression on the public that the party is dying out,) would scarcely havo been perceptibly larger than it ii". Our strength if wo have any is not in our num Users, bnt in our principles. The nnmbcr of "TJisunionists entitled to a vote, Is small. Yet tho American Anti-Shivery Society and its auxil...

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. — 4 December 1852

Selected Articles. An Eastern Story. The following story, quite worthy of tho b ... , . ' ... Arnhimi iirlitj. Is extracted from ilhigo ... Life in F.,. tit. n work recently published hy Baylo St. John. Tho Sheik Ahd-el 1! ii, nf- ....1 ...,!. .... . 1.1 e. ... 1 :,..i Vr UL'jlUai ill . Illlle. j UipiU.ilSO lU'n,!!!! iiv in r nir ' .1 n .y, rei.in.n. .mine. "So ho prncrcdi'd on hi jminiey until he fooelied nnotlier tiil ix; tow.inl tin. hour of uiixcl. 'J ho mo.ilo Ind r imn iru:ii tho f.ehN, nnd worn seon silting' Iief.'nu their whilft olli-rs wera litrolii: hy 11 row pf acacias, breaibing the lioshi.oss ol even ing, nnd waning Inr tho '"''I I "-' -" Sheikh I-I I .i walked very slowly along, to give miiiiu iinn 1111 ..ppuiiuuity to invito him ; hut no one said lafud btl or bis inilli.h. Had l:u h m ii of iinn.. respeolahlo appearance bo would havo l ime nt onee to f tit) house of the Sheikh an. I claim, d hospi tality ; hut lit: was ashamed to do lids in Ins ragged nnd i!':i ly sta...

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. — 11 December 1852

f IB Xuli' PIAIIUS It. ItOItlSO, Editor. 'SO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." EMILY ItOKIXSO.-V, rublislilnff Agent. V0L..8-N0. 12. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 11, 1852. WHOLE NO 37G. THE ANTI-SLAVEItY lU'ULE, ft'oLi.itm ktkiit Satirdat, at 8ai.ru, O. Trsu. 1,30 per annum if paid In advance. f lw per annum if paid within the first aix Saaonth' of the subscriber' year t 2,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed bo yoml six month. l"Wo occasionally send numbers to those who are not uhcriber, but who aro believed to ba Interested in the diomin.ition of nnti slavery truth, with the hopo thut they will either auWribe themselves, or tuo thoir influ ence to extend ita circulation amonit their friend. tV Communication Intended for inertinn, to bo BdrlrP4fvl trt M aiiii'. II llnmu.Au !'.: All other to Kmi.Y Koiu', Publishing Ag'i. J. HUDSOX, I'ltlNTKU. THE BUGLE. The Lemmon Contributions. M'o stated erroneously week before lnt, on the authority of ono of our exchanges, that the contributions ...

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. — 11 December 1852

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 8 lnvcli.htcn., in the. rlmrnrlCM ,f Wiln Iw tnmmfW.-.rrr, Mr. K,nll.v nml her .eorge St. Clnlr nn.l hits .ImuIIh.t F.n:,, Hip Aurtion !,., nn.l the inistrc. of Sus-nti m .1 Eininvlinn, nml SymniPd, who lu-Vpi-il I'.li.u no5 iwr hoy up tho river hank. Mr. Sinw'e ' obwrvwl elnvery in every hnr t hi hr Bcn mnMnr nml chive (it limne, Now Or enn. market, fi.-i.ivt, fire r-nlmcl , .,,,,1,., 1st. a mI .ff!!'.'? v..""'!;! lit ami rnlotiuMiniiM. fc-iiiMiud her Inmiiy Irnvo mifh'-rcd hy it ; neveiiieeti years of In'r lilt) hnve liven rlomlerl hy it, Fur that long i' 'r-i 111 mo iscw wiicnn I'oiinii elm tiiU il the ctioiipit I'lnii iuii llCriirnil. A II (ll)C Ijllt llIT 1 1 1 1 r I 1 11 f. ion.! litT lirnrt. . n one hut her i.ilirii.iit f.i,.n. Jt new their Btrrngtli. rho In Kivn iln-m rxjirorii, nt Inst. " Unelo Tutu' t.'.ihin " Ihu ni:imiiii(; fry nf fiM'liujr ii.-nt tt.i fur vetir in the lienrt of n tnio woman. Stave Catching Society. Tho Krntiiikiaii, nut coti...

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. — 11 December 1852

NO. 12. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, President's Message. Ai this anna il document will be published ty almost evory paper in tho country, we havo thought beit not to occupy our column, with It thought beit not to occupy our coluruns with It to the neceMnry exclusion of almoit everything lie. It presents concisely and clearly the present ilatc of our foreign and domcstio re lations, excepting only our "domestic lintitu tion," which receives no word of direct attention, for the reason, we presume, tlwl It has been so eaftsfactorily settled by the famous compromise measure. On the whole, we should (.ronounco it vary clever document of its kind. It commences with brief notice of the late election and Mr. Webber's death refers to the Ashing difficulties, and recommends arrange- went, for the final settlement of the question MrtA tr.9 ihim VAni rtrt frsilj. to-Ill. tl,A Itrilutk ...... .... .v..j.... " Colonic io our immediate neighborhood We quote his rainarks in regard to Cuba. The nffiiii ...

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. — 11 December 1852

THE ANTI-SLAVERY -BUGLE'.' VOL.- 8 Selected Articles. The Peon Slave. The following tory of the adventures of n Mexican Peon i Inkon from (.'urn Montgom ery' " Engle Tats," a settlement in Texas. It contain ninny cxKsitinusnf liio character of tho Mcxicun slave system : " Such thought forced ine to look history in the rye, when Victor, our cnnhMciuial ervnut, mill n man of pure liiili.in descent, tooil in silent, motionless respect lo receive the order of preparation liir lie journey. 1 1 u wu slight, mtlicr will-formed, easy nuil JilliO in hia movements, lint with Ihc sei iou, elf-contained uir 1 1 1(1 1 chnrucici i.cs his race. His dark fiicu was senmed with Urn small pox, Iml it spoke in til 1 ic nee nml courage, nnil hiH eye wore a winning expression of attachment nixl confidence when it turned on hi iiiiiMit. In n tew, hut remarkably Well-chosen words, Victor intiniiiti."! that ho understood hi order, nml lln n disappeared with noiseless step. In thu liiture, my sole trint fur ...

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. — 18 December 1852

8 JOT " at m i v r - i r.a . :( MAHIIJS II. ROniNSOX, Editor. 'NO CNI0.1 WlTn SLAVEHOLDERS." CJIILV HOOIXSO, l'ublililnsr Agent. : VOL. 8---N0.13. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 18, 1852. WHOLE NO 377. Tim ANTI-SI. IVI;UY Itl'OLK, Pom.tiim ' mtrrt 8ATi;ni)AT, at Salkm, O. - TaasH.fl.AO pet annum if paid in advance. , pot annum if paid within tho flrt nix months of tho subscriber's year. I - 92,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed bo yond ix mnn'.li. TFW occailonixlly send number to those kq art not subscriber, hut vrho nro believed to bo - interested in tho dissemination of antl larery truth, with tho hopo that they will either subscribe themsclres, or use their itiilu aeo to extend its circulation among their friend. Communication intended for insertion, to bo addressed '.n Mabius H. Konixioti, li litor. All other to Emict ltoni.Cr.,'1,ubli,hitJ A"'1 "V ' J, HUDSON, rUIXTElt THE BUGLE. Letter from Joseph Treat. IIampstead , N. II. ,,'o'i. I Nov. ;ioii J)ca Marh s: For a long ...

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. — 18 December 1852

TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 8 l)c Vnti-Slaucvu J3119IC. 8ALEXI, OHIO, DECEMBER t, 18JJ. Lxicvtivb Commute meet Jrnunry 21. Anti-Slaveht FAins. The ladle in Boston, Philadelphia, nochester and Salem nro all mv T'gorou preparations for their annual festivals, to be held during tlio holiday. They pall earnestly and hopefully for aid, and wo doubt not not will he ncccnful. Meeting in Salem. A Meeting will bo held in Frirn !' Moetina House in Salem, on Fiist day tho l'-Mi hut, nt B o'clock J. M. Samuel Myers and others ill present. Th. ew YoHK lNnarrNT.-Thi. paper (.. many respect an admirable one, nevertheless i.l.ccs ih clnin h i.r i f ... n ...., WVIW1U JUTIbll't) and mercy. It professes to he anti-slverv. .1 publishes some admirable articles on the subject, us our readers know, for we have often selected from its columns. Its editors claim anti-shivery c haractcrs and somo of them hare no small auti- slavery reputation. The paper has condemned political fellowship with slavery thro...

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