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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 22 January 1853

NO. 18. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Ordinance of 1787. It baa long been claimed, that Nathan Dane waa the author of thi celebrated ordinence, excluding tlavery from the North Western Territory. Sumner, Webiter, Rantoul, and ether distinguished men, hare given currency the idea. Edward Colce of Philadelphia, In communication to the National Intelligencer, contra rerle thia claim, and attribute the "con ception, draft, and Introduction" of the ordin ance, to Thomaa Jeffbraon. To establish hli peeitiats'Ur. Co We laboriously trace the hiato ry of ttre ordinance through eongrcminnal reo rde, from ita commencement to iti final eonsu nation aa law, and he certainly make out a very clear case for Mr. Jefferson. Of hi qusl ideation to apeak on this subject, the N. Y. Fot, wij-st At an evidence of Mr. Coles's authority, indeed we may aey duty, to testify upon this ubject, wo will take the liberty of adding that .hough himself a member of ono of the largest alavaholding families in the United Sta...

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. — 22 January 1853

T1IE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 8 Selected Articles. Selected Articles. FAMILY GOVERNMENT--A DOMESTIC SCENE: OR, A SUNDAY MORNING AT MR. JONES'. Timeā€”The Breakfast-Hour. Mr. Jones. Wont tomo pudding, Mary ? Mary. Yes. Mr. J. Then hold your pinto. Mnry. There's enough. J duii't wnnt bushel. Joe. I wind I roidd ever hnve some pep. er in season. It' always clean over lu the side of the table. Ellen. Muriii, mako lien set llint wny. 1 can't git to my plate. Mrs. J. Do, Ben, let her have n chance j there's forever a fuss. Doc Anno wtiul oome tea ? Anne. Ish (throwing her knife on the floor.) Mra. J. There, Charley, pick up sissy's knife. Cliorlcy. You, Tom you're tlio ncnrcit io ir. Tom. I won't. lo it yourself. (Mr. Jones looks very sorrowful, and picks it up hercelf.) Knte. Mnv I co to meeline to-duv. mnrm ? Mary went Inst Sunday. Mary. Pin going nfc'ain to-dny. I told Fomiy Drown, 1 would, and sho is going to call lir mo. Ho shut up jour noise. Kate. Mind your business. Thnt'a ol ways t...

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. — 29 January 1853

I 1 Mm MU JUS It. ROBINSON, Editor. "SO UNION WITH SLAVEUOLD -M.' KSIILV Uon.mox, I'nMWi ng Aoiit. V0L.8-N0.il. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO OHIO, JANUARY 29, 1853. WHOLE NO 383. fllUUIB avast Batohuat, at 8alim, O Ta. l,6tf per aunam if paid in advance, $1,71 per niiuin if paid within the ttm six taaatnt l uia sutwontwr year t J.OO per annum, if payment be delayed be end iz tnouih. (5rW acoasiaaally aend number to those who are nut attleicTitier, hut who are belicvsd be iterwt4 in the diMcintnntiim of antl alwery trail, with the hj that tlier will rather h.Tihi themclvcs, or uso their iiilla- no to extend it circulation among their friend. nOmmaniratinna Intended for Insertion, ta be aMretscil to Manic 11. Koni.v-o, K litor, JUl othcra to Emily KoiitMiiN.l'uliliahing Ag't. J. HUDSON". IMtlNTEK. THE BUGLE. To the Members of the Bible Convention. Ma EniToni I wish calmly to any a few Word to lliu iiiimiiIhth of llni liihle Conven tion, held in Sslcm, Ohio, a few da) a since. I liave rend tlm...

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. — 29 January 1853

ftjK uti-Slattcru Bugle. SALKM, QJUO, JASVAtlY 29, 18JJ. Exoititb- Committei meets February Cth. American Colonization Society. Thi society held it thirty-.ixth miivcrttry t Washington, on tlio 18th inst. The nrinci- 11 attraction of the occasion t the speech of air. tecrctory of State-Edward Everett. He Wii followed with addresses by Her. C. H. J!.eed cf Virgin!, and Hon. C. F. Mercer. Tho lt. ter after giving a kittory of the oc:'y, admin. Istcred to it member a modicum of advice lie counseled them to avoid ti.e cxtrcmo of the fanatical abilitinnist on the ono hand, and the equally funatical advooitre of slavery, a an extract good, on the other. That certainly in Improvement. If the colonization aocicty tun hnit that alavcry ii not an abstract good, U may bye and byo conccdo that it ia a practical ril. Mr. Everett' speech wa alto aomewhat omarKiuie tor mo occasion. Contrary to all t recedent, ha never once, proffered tho ociety e a remedy for slavery : nor at has been d, habit of ...

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. — 29 January 1853

Letter from Jonas TO JOSEPH BARKER. MILLWOOD, Knox Co., O. Rmficted Sib t After few week a mature -flection, upon what pasaed it the recent Bi- Me, (or rather Anti-BibU Convention) end tht areaaed with of many of our mutual friend., ' od my position in society, at an acknowledged advocate of the Ooapel, I feel disposed to meet 70a in pubtie discussion, upon fair and eequl table distribution of labor I therefore aubmit ! following prnK)itiona. ' let. That the Creator hat endowed man with the requisite mental capacity, to acquire from k tVevelopemenU of Nature, perfect know ledceof hie relation; dutiet and rfrsfi'iiy. ' You afllrm, I deny. 2d. That the Jewish and Chriatian Scripture, ont.in .eric, of communications, aupernatu ally revealed and miraculously attested From the latter.man amy acj'itre a re rl'ect undcrttand. trij of hi. rilanuHt, dutut and dtiiiiiy. I affirm, You deny. Now air, if you can tnuinlnin the tirnt, 1 ahall litre neither interest nor inclination to dibatc the te...

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. — 29 January 1853

Selected Articles. The Ericsson Respirator. We have nlrently announced the signal aucees of ilia new iniilive power discover ed hy Mr. Kricsson, mill applied hy liim lo ( It) beautiful vessel Iteming his mime, nml we proceed, today, in compliance with our promise, In offer audi on explanation (if its riuciploa we hope may prove intelligible, f not soliaiuctiuy, tu our remit r.. We will ny, then, nn ptcliiiiiunry to this explanation, Ihnt nil the power used in Cap tnin Ericsson's engine h obtained from I he expansion ol'llio atmosphere ly lii'iit. lit Used no wnler nml makes no steam, tmt en -ploye tlie atmosphere very much ns llio teamen employ water, With this dillcreiicc, that instead of throwing owny tlm boat niter it hua (mo ii used na llio aienm engine duos by Cndensiiliun, lie scpciotcs it fioni tlm es caping nir, ami use it over ngnin in dealing encli new dmrge (if itir which U Milieil to liis cylinders. This economy of Ilia limit, pf course, results in n corresponding eroiio...

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. — 5 February 1853

title MA III US it. ItOIIINSOX, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVED OLDKRK." lMIILY UOIIirVSOiV, I'lsbtisliiiiff Agent. VOL. 8---N0. 20. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 5, 1853. WHOLE NO 384. THE ANTI-SLAVKltV IHGLE, I fBUKID BVBHY 8AT0ntAY, AT SaLM, O. . Tim. $1,50 pet annum if paid In advanco. fl.74 per annum if paid witliiii tho first six Btsntlit of the suotorilior's year 0) 1.01) per annum, if payment bo dclsycd be yand six months. GrVa occasionally send Humbert to thoso who are not subscribers, hut who aro believed U b interested in the dicmhiftlimi of anti latrery truth, with tho !iO)0 that they will ither subscribe themselves, or use their influ ence to extond iu circulation imoug their friend. lr Communications Intended for insertion, he addreiscd to Mauiim R. Knnissos, Editor. All otheri to Eut llOMNsos.i'iihlishiug Ag't. f. HUD.SOX. 1'UINTER. THE BUGLE. Puritan Christianity. Daniel Foster closes 11 it account of bin nti-slavery labors in lh Mystic valley, wilh (he accompa...

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. — 5 February 1853

Thojr art) considered the parents of much of the civilisation of the Ureeks, mid, indeed, of' the whole ancient world. As Inte ns the fifth century, before the Christian ern, I'lnto pneed thirteen yenre in study ing their Knrri.'d record. The massivo monuments of their cheerless culture hnve withstood the storm of time, Letter limit (lie more grnrcful creMions of Grecian art. Races tluit emerged from bnr barism Inter than these of Africa hnve, with fenrful vicissitudes on thn pnrt of iudividuid States, acquired and maintained n superior ity over Africa, but I mil not prepnrcd to say that it rests on nnturnl causes ol n final mid biding character. We are led into error by contemplating thing too mtirh in the gross. . There are tribes in Africa which havo mndo ! no contemptible progress m vai ions branches I of human improvement. On the oilier bund. I If we look closely nt the condition of the mass of the population in Europe, irom Lis bon to Archangel, from the tlchiidca to thn Jllnc...

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. — 5 February 1853

Rachel and Elizabeth Parker. Th following U briefly th narrative which th girl giv ol th circumstance of their kidnapping. They were not permitted to giv their testimony en their trial, though their kidnappers swore on that occasion, to their heart's content, la this way do our courts fstor freedom, RACHEL PARKER'S NARRATIVE. I was taken from Joseph C. Miller's about 11 o'clock on Tuesday, (Pec. 80th, 1861,) by two men who earns up to the houss by the teuk door. One cams in end asked Mrs. Miller where Jesse McCreary lived, and then seised mo by th arm, and pulled me out of th house, Mrs. Miller called to hsr husband, who was in tht front porch, and he ran out and aeiied the man by tho collar, and tried to atop him. The other, with an oath, then told him to takt his hsnds off, and if hs touched mo he would kill him. He then told Miller that I belonged to SchoolAeld, in Baltimore. They then hurried in to a wagon, t here there was knottier large man, put me in, and drove oft". Mr. Mill...

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. — 5 February 1853

Selected Articles. The Fairy's Warning. BY JOHN BROUGHAM. Once upon a limn, a mialitv long while ! i,"Mf-, had n go, when Ireland's green lirl.U nml l ant Vnllev belonged to those who Iiii natural right to them lielore lier Faxon neighbors overspread the hcniitilul land, lie- spoiling tho righfliil possessor of tin) mil; , mountain In uisnf oppression iipnn , the poor inhabitants, and then d, -Tiding them because lliry could nut stand us straight nil , they did Ibrmcrly there happened lo livo . in me town OI s. luniiiaKinv, n wen 10 on, industrious, nnl kindly hearted weaver, whose name) Was (.'online ll O'Dcl mid. Now, nt Ibis time, there was not n country in Christendom could prndiicc such splendid tuhrica of every description, from the Ix nv ily worm cloth of gold down lo tint exquisite lil:cn, whose texture wns so lino tlmt jniils tipoii ynrdK of it could he ilniwn tliron;:li n wcddiii(i-iiii,' j nml nninupt nil llu; loomx in the hind, none turned out the ripf.-d ol Con nncli O'...

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. — 12 February 1853

X ..10 in i 1 ; ' i 'ylfl I . . it RfV MAKIUS II. IIOIUXSOIV, Editor. 5 0 I'ftlOfl WITH SUVEII0LDLR8." EMILY KOUlNMrA, I'liblisliinU' Agdit. VOL. 8---N0.21. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 12, 1853. WHOLE NO 385. M El I in I . - . JU. a. kl . I THE ANTI-SI.AVEItY IH ULE, 'aTtiLnaan vsiit Satvbkat, at Sale, O. Taaaa. .1,50 per nnnum if paid in advance. fl.Ti par annum if paid within the ttrat six Baeeth ( tha autL-riler year. $1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed be. yewd ix month. UTWl occasionally send n urn hem fo those ire not lubvriticrs, hut who are belicvfd fca interested in the disscniinntinn of ntiti alaf.ry truth, with tiro hope that they will ithtr subscribe themselves, or use their lidlu nne to extend it. circulation among their friend. L" Communication intended for insertion, ad Ircs.r 1 to Mmiih It. It uiox, Editor. allien to Emily ltonituso.s.rublisliing Ag't. ' J. HUDSON. 1'UlNTKIt. THE BUGLE. Thackery upon Dickens. " Tharkery, llnnil find Dickens, ncrupv eamet...

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. — 12 February 1853

tnany other occasions for it all itliout us. Unities, Sir. Spnln is on old ally of ours, as oltl as (lie Revolution. Snin liirtimlipil us aitl in that great struggle by which our liberties were secured. From tlis time of thw treaty of peace in 1783 to llie ireient time, the amicable relations existing between this country and Spain have never been dis turbed. There has been no conflict no collision with her. And now, Sir, why turn around to our old friend to hor who wits n triend when we needed n friend why spend 0 that nation which has fuilhfully performed all her treaty stipulations why rpenk to the nation which wns the first to wolcome us to the great family of nations, ami to lend us her treasure to aid us in Hint conflict, and which hns mnintnined firm and iuviolnble friendship ever since why, nt this time, begin to rpenk to her in this'lhrentciiiug, this insolent innnner, this tone of superiority, and tell her sho shall not do ns she j. lease with her own island ? while (Jrcnt...

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. — 12 February 1853

Mr. Selby and the Bible Convention. Ma. EotTOft: In jour paper of Jan. 29th, it M rticls from N. N. Selby, addressed to tho aneniber of the late Bible Convention, to which with your content, I with to make short re. pljr. Thii I do, for two reasons. First, bo cauat I think the writer doca the members of the American Anti-Slarery Society injustice in holding them responsible for the said Convcn. tion, and secondly, because I also think that the members of that Convention are unfnirly dealt with In being classed with comcoutcrs. Mr. Selby either hold tho catneomers, as he terme the abolitionists, responsible for that convention, or there is no sense in his article. That he docs to is plain. 11 We as comcout- re, have long been called inlldcls, but I thought Unjustly I havo also defended per- aonally, against the charga of infidelity, ninny of the names that 1 tco in tho proceedings of the convention But I can defend you in this senso no longer, and of courso you cannot desire that I s...

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. — 12 February 1853

Selected Articles. Romance in Real Life. The stile of the prcntcst flux mill on the roiifuient, eaye the I'm is cmreMiondeiit l' London paper, Hitiinlt'il tjii the limiticr t-t: to Coilrtmt, Ins been thu preiite-t rummer, rial even! nl iln week, bin would he of litilo In) port in ns 1 a . I it tint exemplify Ilia ping nostie of iIir advent of women to tl rule f the cointnercinl wurlil in I 'i nner, as well tt that of the wtiihl of polilica mid flint of jsllantry, which they Imvu so lung fuviiyed, J'lia purchaser ot' tie vast runrii n is Mad- ame 1, , to whom it win knocked down after tlm w armcst compi ti(io:i on the part ol nme ol" the prentest mil! owners in I'.nnipe. Tlm history nl" this Ituly is iieilnps huh tit' greater interest tlinti that ol many of the wisest men nnd brnvrst pnnmu icia of tlm rorlh, exhibiting, moieovcr, tin; lunch elc. tiipiit ol rlmi nt'li-r iit ita iiiimI eti iking unil fulvilUlll't-IIUH light. ' MinluiiiB L ii tlm (tniiL'liir-r of n rncreluiut nt Marseil...

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. — 19 February 1853

TIT WAIIIIJS It. ROBINSOX, Editor. "SO DNIOil WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." EMILY ItOBIKSOIV, I'ublUlilnff Agent. VOL. 8---N0. 22. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 19, 1853. WHOLE NO 380. THE ANTI-SI.AVEHV Itl'ttLE, I'cblishsd svshy Saturday, at 8alrm, O. Ts. $M0 per annum If paid in advance. 91,74 pr annum if paid within the nrst six months at the suos-rpror's year $1.00 per annum, it' payment be delayed be. je iil six month. T3TW occasionally send numbers to those are not subscribers, but wlin aro believed to be interested in tho di'spmiiislinn of nuti alaverr truth, with the hnpe that they will ither subscribe themselves, nr use their influ ence to extend ita circulation among their inenna. tafCommtiniratinn Intended for Insertion, to be addressed to Mahii' II. Kinixw. li litnr. AU othera to Ekily Horikso.n, Publishing Ag't. J. 1IUDSOX. PRINTER. I I j j THE BUGLE. Letter from Portage County. DEERFIED, Jan. 28th, '53. FaiaD Mariui: Nearly rut nfT from so eiety, m I am, I should very se...

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. — 19 February 1853

vlI)C nU-Slaucti) Bugle. SALEM, OHIO, FEDM'Anr 19. 1853. Executive Committee meets March 6th. Bill. Last work tho Publishing Agent finished lending bills to all our tubscribcrs who ro in arrears, lor one year or more. We hope 11 wr.o rrccivo them will make prompt remit tance. These bill arc all made out at the rato of two dollars per annum, but those who are indebted for one year, and remit it, with ono yoate subscription in advance, will havo the additional charge for delinquency remitted, nd lor any sum in advanca in tlio like propnr tion. Avail yourselves of this oiler, friends. l)ont stop your paper. Hather each one of you end new subscriber. Wo know it is much vesicr to pay for a paper In advance, than after it has been read, lent, torn up or lost. pray too, remember that, would also lie much easier nd cheaper for us to print a paper with the subscribers nil paying in advance than to wait one two or moro years for tho par, we do Bet nd lonso a large percent of the whole, but we...

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. — 19 February 1853

Address on the Unconstitutionality of Slavery. and the Power of Congress to abolish it. in Adrian, Dec. 22d, 1852, BY REV. E. H. PILCHER. Interference of Religion in Polities. A Discourse delivered in the First Congregational Church of Adrian. on 25th, 1852, BY REV. G, C. CURTUS, Pastor. Adrian must be, a we know It In, tho horn of tome rid id rnti-slsvcry agitator, or her minister would not, at these two psmphlcta Indicate they are doing, compete with each other in anti-slavery discussion and agila'.inn. Whatever positions the ministers may take, if they act the example of agitation and diteutsitm, their people will be apt to follow. And when onco launched upon the aca of inquiry, the miniatera loose their power of positional con trol. They are divested of thoir divinity, and become like common morula. Their argu menu and facia are judged of aa aro thoae of other men, and untrumclcd by authority, all Investigators will obtain a more lcs perfect aproxiniatinn to the truth. We consid...

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. — 19 February 1853

Selected Articles. Washington Correspondence of the Mahoning Free Democrat. Amistad Slaves. WASHINGTON, January 26, 1853. . M. Howard: Von Imve noticed ilio J'rcilidcm's Message in relation In the A min imi Shivcn. There in n strong ellirt making lo tnko tlio money from tlio pockets of the mooring people ol ilio .Vilion, tit pay thu owners, or proles.nnl ownets, ol theao lie groan, some fifty thousand dollurs lor llit'ir piracy. The story will bo rrrnMccipil hy most readers. The negroes wre impoi IViiim Africa into dibit in I8I!, in violation of thn Ppstiinh treaty nt.il Spanish laws. Morrloti and Riven were ncipininifil with thnt fuel, and Willi such knowledge nirclirifi t tlio ne groes, fiful sltipt- them on llm Aminl.nl to take lhns)i ti Principe nt llm smith end nl' din lil.and. Alter l-ini; two ilnyn otil (inuilla ann, tlio negroe rose nml killed llm Captain ml Mate, nml ordered Mnrrtori nml Riven to finite tlia ship to Alii. They (iniilly brought nt Ilio cast end of Long Islan...

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. — 26 February 1853

li r- A.1t1 "TvK; it li B r 11 ope MAItltTS It. HOUIXSON, Editor. "NO union WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." E.TIILY ItOHIXM), rublieliiitff Agent. VOL. 8---N0. 23. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 2(5, 1853. WHOLE NO 387. THE ANTI-SEAVEIIV BUULE, IVausaaa iteut Saturday, at Salcm, O, Tskhs. fl,50 per annum if paid in advance. $1,74 per annum if paid within tho flrtt tit month oi tho subscriber a jrr f 1,00 per annum, if psymont ba delayed bo yond six month. JiT"W ocnaion'iHy nd Humbert tn those who ara not lubscriners, but who are believed to ba interested in the dissemination of ami slavery truth, with the hope that they will owner tuhsonhe themselves, or uso their Innu nee to extend ita circulation among their mamie. . Communications Intended for insertion. to De a l.lrese I to Maiiics II. Ilinix-n, Editor. All other to Emilt ltonio,ruMisbiiig Ag't. J HUDSON. PKlNTF.It. THE BUGLE Does the Bible Sanction Slavery! NEW GARDEN, Feb. 5, '53, Dkak Marils : N. N. Selby, in tlm Rugta of Jan. 2;h...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 26 February 1853

l)c Vnti-Slaucvu Bugle. SALEM, oniO, EEtHlVAtlY 20. 18A3. Kiaci'Tivt Comhittki meet. March Cih. A Proposition. Wo publith In another column, the prospec tus of the Piit.ui.oii Wecm.T Dirvini. The Daily Dispatch U an independent paper, speak- Inj its opinions with boldness, hut thoso opin on ro on tho subject of t'avcrv, our rcudcrt t nn Infer from nn article we copy from it to day. It il alto an excellent nrirtpapcr. Judging from Its character, c Iiiito nn i! ".' t l!io week ly will bo found worthy ot pntionage. We propose to all prepaying suliM rilicrs to 'ho Bu gle, to furnirh them with the IIVry L'ispatrh for 0111 yrur, fur fifty cent's in advance. Thut Subscriber to Iho lluglo will get two valuable pspcrt at llio low prico uf $2 per annum. But, piind, and itntl the money. Our suburibeis who arc In arrears run scr.d on their urrenrngo mid !'.' in addition nmi get the two japcis. Those who recently (mi l in advunco can (end on their hulf dolhir anil ue will (end lh pnper. Those wh...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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