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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 December 1853

Communications. A REMINISCENCE. Mr. Kuitur: Some recent articles in tho Buxlc have cnlled to mind one or two incidents whirh occurred years ago, and nro connected in my mem - nij with tho name of the !!i:v. Ai.jssm StVi.aiii. I well remember how indignant ho felt nt the conduct of certain jnie-tly iritrignero, tho sole .,1'iiecl of whose iircscn. o in' Boston! seemed to bo tnrrush tho spirit of abolition, whic h tliey vnii.lv honed had t.nishcd ill tho then scarce extinct flames of Pennsylvania Hall. In tho following, lines, wliieh I have copied for insertion in ,,)ltr : paper,. St. Clair strove to give vent to hi feedings;' ml if snmo of your readers may think thero is more truth than vwini in them. I bono volt will tull them it is for the first named quality you publish them, Ono of the most vivid impressions I have of St. (iair, is, as ho appeared in n sick hod on the fore-, lioonofonoof thodars the Now England Ami-' Slavery Convention was in session. H0 had heard of n priestly 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. — 10 December 1853

Miscellaneous. THE GIPSY SLAVES OF WALLACHIA. tt -. .I AII trntollora who l.ivo journey-el from ZeniliUa ' on Iho Danube in Itue'.nire-t, iigi'cc in printing the country ficy are "Mi,". I t traverso in the mo-l . .mlo-.'. e II.,..., ,. ..r .1.. ... il.. lo,n. trees rhit 1 irdor the Pmiil.p, v. in enter upon nn ' distunl plane, w'itll n level !,,,! -ismi that surrounds vou like n i irclo, of which V"U nre ever the cvutrn.' There iiro no .)( behind. In ' Tour prngro-s hy (heir gradual disappearance: ' t iniiliior nlii.,1,1 t.i ciii'i.iua: o vi. u on; no ' mountains of bill" li-ing higher mi l higher, he- j I rjiuitig substantial ns von advance, breaking up their long lino int peaks and vallovs bri-Hing with r.ag nr clothed in forest. If you would know that ' vnn nre in moti in. Ton mut look nn.in tho iroinid l.enea'.h vnur feet nnd see the pebbles nml 'plants ' im.44 slowly b ukvvards a vonr nngnn moves sleep-! ilf On, nr whirl diuilv bv n the karoiiti hor piirsuenl a it4 in id career...

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 December 1853

ssBari f I jit t HI A It II It. ItOIUXSOX, Editor. ao f.vo.v wna suruioLDEns." AKM PEARSOX, rnblKhlnff Agent. VOIi. 0. XO. 18. SALEM, COLUMMAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1853. WHOLE NO. 123. the ini-nuEn d b c l e, rini.miED r.vr.Rr satirimv, ats.w. em.ohio. TKIIMS 1.M r nntim, pjmb In xWnnrt. , illrs is-,lnimllr iwn.1 finmhers-to llio wlm sm tint puf irltifrR, hul who are Iw-lls.isl In lm Intorf slcl In tti(ili..rmtnitin of sntl-xlnrory truth '.villi ths Imj Hint tlirv will filtlii-r m.Wrllw th.s.ltM. or an lli.tr hiltiMlir to oaltnil Ha tlrcul.llon siiic.ii llnlr frl. n.li. -C,inmmit-i.tlnn. Inlrmlcl f..r lnrtlnn. to hr i.trrM tr, ill H. Hun.,, Keillor. All oilier, lo Ass 1'CA.ues, 1Mb. Hilling Atfrul. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ttasllrplsrs lift Hns. ) ttiw werVi, " " fci-h .Mlllct.sl Inxrllon, " " Hl month., u Olio ysr, t nnrw -Is month, , V, t'.'l' on loir, om murth roi lumn ono yr, with prlTliz of thtnjlnj mif column, rimniini! mnnihif jo cm --sr.l uot rsrmllnii .lulit I...

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 December 1853

nam-ing the value ninl promoting the m l.ithe rapid sale of I'uimiu uoioain, i reier jolt I clary i.l tl.e Interior. i - - The subject of internal improvements cliiminir .use me interest ami good , r nil, has iievcr lhcM boon tho ha-i, ,. ttiiu li .liti, 1 ,j,.n.i, .... r,..,.., H- iir,.p graven hiii! nl division I c liveen siiiicsiucii i f eminent ability iinj patriotism I h rule iif strut construction if' nil rwor dele Kiien i. V I nc Mini; l,i t. ,c,ietnl Kmcri.meiit. Im itriiin;;J umdl' lr.nu tune i., time against the r ti.irl progress ol expenditure livm t,e intiinuil tic.isurv on work of :i lo.-al chara-tcr, within il p States. .Mcinor.il.!o n nn eporli in the parlies of thl Mib-"'" jeet is th iiii ':i''e of President .Itn-ksmi ilm ''Til. of May, ItiSi), wiiiidi met tl.e spirit of internal im i-'ovrinents in i n comparative infancy, hut so rnpid li.i I been its growth, Unit tlio proiec'ted ni propria- in Hint veiir for works ol ih'i character ' hint risen to the iilarining ntn...

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 December 1853

MORAL INFLUENCE. The political papers declare that a new national I'nion-snvinft party in in pr.' of formation, the object of which in, to consolidate tho pro-slavery strength of tho Nurlli without reference to nlj par ty lines, and by union with tlic .South, obtain con trol of th government ami nation, nnd "crufh out" the nnti-slnvery spirit, both In the church nml ninong Iho poople. We hope one truth mny l.c deeply impressed in tho begiiininjr of such a con test upon the minds of anti-slavery chrirlniniin vi: .Such a movement is not to be iicccfiilly met, by tho countermining of opposing politii'nl nction. Let political nction be employed ns the expression of a religious conviction, ns tho performance of a religious luly, but tho hoM nttcmpt will bo coun teracted, if nt all, by applying the truth of ()ol to the hearts ami consciences of men. Tho anti-slavery cause is impregnable only, when conducted as n religious movement, to which political action is secondary. The anti-slavery ...

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 December 1853

Miscellaneous. TOBACCO MIGHTIER THAN LOVE. BY LIZZIE LINN. i How inimcllou-lv mv iinellvln wile to voi'-l op-ire the delicate l ell 1 1, o 1 1 such sweet The ruddy bliv.o in his own grn'o cheered thcl kenrt of Viiink htorrs, as ho returned from his! flvuni ti .' lou.w l n . I.... I i r.... :. l.. ! " I wonder if sho diddt Pinko that olti iiuind.kr I b I in the corner on puiToni lor mv slippers," i.. i .. ei..... . . . . 1 . . . .i " . ! . i i nil monm u. uifi aio imviivs nine, urn mice' foot hum mv onsy .hair. What has she under that mow-napkin? Ah. a lij'hv hisetiit and a ula. el 1 11 milk. Shu knew that mv seieio l iljnr in the court ""I" rnom wniil.l i,. II, .r.., l.,...K- i digeatiun hns improved iitu levt my iliot, nnd to prep llinlie tleil unit, inn ai tti.ll l.rnA.l nml l i ii. r ,.. I...u,t . ,L . IK, i;.,....,,. I 1I..1 kt..,nn. -. .. ... i ' i:. .... . t.l i;?..i ... i... i ..,.,, ', v.at M.dCVI MktU 1,1 U.t.W UJilUU IIU1IU lilt,.. 0f mc, .. i kt. " .1 i.. i... ..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. — 24 December 1853

II i Atvi mux n Ml Hits It. ltOBI.SOM, Editor. A l.YO.V 1177 LA l.HOI.Dl.US." ANM rEAUSO.V, riiblUMnff A (cat. VOL. 9. XO. IP. SALEM, COLUM IHAXA COUXTY, OHIO, .SA'lTliDAY, DKCEMIJEU 2-1, 1S53. "WHOLE XO. 429. ;TIIE A ?l T I - SLAVERY III' OLE, . . riBLtmir.U EVERY SATi nn.lV, ATS.Vl.KM.OIIIO. 4l,&0 psr annum, m)nble In n-lrnnra. if W i nm 'luniillr .rn.l miml.ni-. tn ttin-u. trim tr. n lwr..'r.. Iitit ho re U-Hrrt-I t. tw. lit.-f.ts,l In thi.i'rmtnii..n ( ,ill -HrrT trull. Ill, 1 1... ti Hi- I tll.-V Kill "III .,i",,,1',n,,,,0,,",,o!,,,,",u,',", " --l'..nimilli.!illnt,- InfrmVI f.ir In.i'rllen. Il .llw...-.l to HnVng Agent -Mn?t Hr.' li"...... Killti.r. All ultl.TI to Ass I'karimi. Cul,. ; ; , TJlKM.S OF ADYKKTISIXO. OssSqiMirt (M III " ) .lire, weak., $l."o " r.- ii AiMiiioiitu l.i,.T..in, .C' ' Kit ll1lt)l., .... ..Cl .. H ll . . . . . . r. u i Tto .qilftrM ilt motillt., - . " in var, - - - JFit l-'i.tirtli coltimn one yotvr, ulth prlvllcg. ef i'linn,hf? monthly. ....... ll.l...

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 December 1853

From The Chronicle. THE AMISTAD SLAVES. Mr. Editor. At the President recommends ihe tpayiriont of this most unjust and infamous claim in Ins late message, it nmv 11(1 1 1 n nm iu (n tirimr lioturn your reader a tiUoinent of tlic tacts relative to this In the year 1S1 , , Spain concluded a treaty with the hritisti Government for tho suppression of the African Shvo Trade. The trado was to terminate completely in the year 1:.0, and tho kini i.f Spain issued an ordinance in conformity with tlm treaty, prohibiting the trado after that d.ito, and declaring that all m-gines brought into any pol l ion of his do minion, especially rvlcrriug to thocolouics. should immediately become lice. About tho year 1W7, a treaty to piovido for tho more effectual execution of this original treaty was entered into between Spain and Gieat Britain, nnd anothorordinaiicc was issued particularly admonish ing tho authorities of Cuba to lake ma dint the treaty lie inlor. ed. Under this ticity every negro importe...

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 December 1853

NEBRASKA. Letters for people, on the present crisis. Wo havo roceivca an anonymous pamphlet Willi he above titlo. h discusses with ability, several tjuestion of great ltitcrc.it, an J presents nn nrr.y of important facts, which should be fmuiliar to everybody. It give a condensed view cf slavery in Missouri , which the writer thinks is rapidly declining, and dastiacd eventually to pass awny. Tho position land tunics of Missouri, render slavery necessarily tmnrontable on her soil. Thu influenco of internal Improvements, nnd tho Influ of foreigners is fust tending to tho destruction or slavery. It is quoted laying in the Stato, " that every German emi- grant displaces three slaves, and every Irishman which he thinkniM far from tho truth. The; that slaver is to fade awnv in tho State, 1s represented as having a desirable influence to-1 . J. 1-1 . .i.;,i,t innnM i... waras securing 'lie rosun. i nnesiaverj cuuiiouu.i, . . .1 I. 1IMI-I 1 ..... J. or course thn political parties ot tlia P...

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 December 1853

Miscellaneous. From the Cincinnati Columbian. WOMEN AS PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. 'The first paper printed in Rhode Island wns nt Newport, in 1 1 7'-'. Jain.' franklin, brother to l'r. lloupinun, nni tlio pubinhor. lion tt-.c paper Was a couple of voirn ni l lio died, ami Ms widow; .. .1 .'i i: i :., .,..! printer to the colony n jlie-l hiark, publi.licl pamphlets. Ac. The Newport M rr,iri, ."till regu larly issued, v,ns printed n't her ijltico in 17 jrt. In 171) Mm. F. primed for tho government an edition nf tlio laws, it formed it book nf llll. folio page. Mr. V. was aide I by her two dangh'.or.'i, hu wore swift and correct compositors. A Knnnt of tlic 'house worked the press. I'rintins iiewsi.pcrs wiui not Mm. F.'o only business. Lead her adver tisement: ' "Tlio prin! i" hereof, prinlit linens, calicoes, silks, in figures, very lively mi l durable colors, unit without the nU'cnsiCe micll which commonly attends linrn. printed her"." . Mrs. Sirs.li Onddard wns nl'o n printer nt New p...

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 December 1853

ill if wC I MAtUt'S It. lOHlSOf Editor. 0 VMOX 1.7717 SLAYr.tlQLDMiS:1 PEAKSOX, PnblUhinv A vent VOL. NO. 420. SALEM, COLUMIHAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATCliDAY, DKCKMISKK 31, 1853. WHOLE NO. 43& THE A 1TI' SLAVERY BUGLE, rrni.mrrD evkrv mti-rimv, atai.eh,oiuo. TRMS. jl.fiu prr annum, t)l In .vftn',. Mi We ftftH'bnnlljr pvnd nninlnM t thnt wlfl nr n wrtborn, but who r hllvml to In ln(irpl-l In tin? tpni,nntt"i of ftntl Uvtrjr Inith lwHh Um-Iin thnt iUvy will rl! vr nihn tU tiimrlvni, or m Itirlr hit-iuiicc lo extern 111 ilrtulalini oun-m their friend. S-rnmrnnt-l.tlon. Itit-niM for InnrM-m, M ls s.l,ln-.sl (., V.To B. no, KdHor. All oihcn to Ass l'w, I'ub-' Il.l.ln. ..-.. lulling Agent TKUMS OK ADVERTISING. ii rJ i.. 4w ?',"!, !! 10) 4 Out ftliftr H1 HnM ) llif tflflft llnrli iuiMUonl Inpvrtlcn, H mnnlhf, .... H no r,-r, ..... To pquarvt 'lx month, ..... On your, ..... Om Fourth column on yor, with prlTllrg of rbaiiKing moTitlily. ....... flftlf (nttimn, rlmnslnff moiiMilr, ..... AfH'Kp...

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 December 1853

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE. Mr. Oni! Ill Ihe rlivr. Mr. Hul'MU.V nu!iiii!tcil resolutions rcfering HUc v.iriuui branches .f tlio iVosidoiil's Annual Message l. Ilio appropriate Cnmniittccs, Mr GEIlRIT SMITH said, , this was tl.e f,r,t Iioio he had hud t,o lloor, it might W well lor him i uunfess in advance, ho win 1,1 10 hul.it i.f im .; -puling orrors t very freely, .ei haps ou this - Ti.r,nin he s.i .t.H r,,,..T llp ,,lU j it mll.t iki i nil n ...ti... np.u.i... i.. . ln'.it it' i, i, . k. .i .V i '. -ill ti it is II n it l otio. tint Ini ili i nim nn .il,t i .;, I : i r i i , . . . ami l ;"X . 1 ;:, tz v... iinoi hi II i .ii . iVi i ii, I i. , .. i i 1 '-in in.- iH'in nm emu ..w. iiij kiiiimi HI- III II IO I -llllil.i ti i-l i.f l.i. I ; rt jiilcnt 11 M.neaire fully an. I warmly inilnrse the con luct of the A l iilni-tration in the matter .Mnrthi kostra. Now lie was tircurnd in he. "low unqualilicd praiso in that partn ular. Ho win t.nly ti a-yi.-l K,.,n. Cro lit, to l,'i;.t. liiKr.iha...

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 December 1853

:,!)c nti-SIaucry ttuglc. '-' Snlcni, Ohio, Drrrmbcr SI, 1943. Tht Executive Committee meets Sunday, January . . A .Woan, M'mcn Ttioss. Who Have Pm;-Paiu '"'N'ttrn Not Rcad.- From tho returns to our bill, of lute, we are afraid we shall have lo drop A visiting 'acquaintance with a number of our old - subscribers next week. Wc nro very sorry to do this, and especially nit the most of tliom aro lion v stly our debtors. We pity nil such, for surely their consciences will not let them sleep o' nights, . unless tbey do pay up, nnd we do believe tliey will '-trou bio them slightly, if they do not subscribe ' again.' Avoid tlie difficulty. Send on the money v eiid don't wait for us to cut your mimes off our .ililiti ; . ANANYMorsCoMMi-siiCATioNS. Wehnvo received Van anonymous communiention from somo . . Sclmn, Clark Co., 0., complaining that Mrs. Grif- 4ng had misstated facts, In regard to Free Soilors in that place. We inform our correspondent that wo ennnot publish what purports to le fa...

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 December 1853

Miscellaneous. From the Home Journal. LATIN AND GREEK. TO THE EDITORS OF THE HOME JOURNAL. Ihe October number of tlio IVettmintttr Reriiv, ri-vive tho question uf tlio Si-hool Claims of tlic I'eait Lt-Miruagea, in an nrticlc which presents the li nelly of a classical scholar nml a lover of the Ancient titi'mlurp aymy tlio general study ot I. itin Anil Greek in schools, Tlip article Is written with candour and ability. Tho reviewer admits thnt persons who nro defined to a literary career, I iiium, ai a m-iuer oi course, learn iaun ami itrecK; hut he protests against their occupying tlio chief pin Hi the programme of an ordinary school. 1 bci to recommend this nblo nml candid nrticlo to l ne pemil of all who arc Interested in education. J.euif ftjo ttio conviction lorced itselt upon in J in i ii I igainst my will, for 1 nut inordinately fond ol' cbusicul stiulies, and would gladly devote mv t.i them thnt tho greatest part of the time, ni ii; 'j- nnd labour spent in our schools upon 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. — 7 January 1854

3. nu tm M tltlXS It. !tOBI.SO., Editor. aw v.xio.v ii7 Tit si.Aii:uoi.or.nn: ANN PEAKSOX, FiiMUtilDf Aftcnt. VOL. 0. X(). 21. SAJ.lttt, COLUMMAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SA'RT.PAY. JAN UAH-Y 7, IS") 1. WHOLE NO. 43l. Qint THE A S T l-S L A V Ii R X DI G IE, . riBI.I'lirDEVXKr SATl HOAV, ATSAI.sVl.OIIIO. ? "" -wwy irum;iui Mm ip- ll.nl ,lio; III rlil.T ...1,-rilr lattr rrlvinlM. Onmnulnli-stlonB Intrmtod furlnwr-in, to I fcllr"iHMl lo lin K. Ilmos,, KJimr. All olhari lu Ass I'sissus. I'uh TWbiog Aip-nt. TfrtMS OF ADVEllTISIXO. One &ius f 1ft HnM ) Hire el:, " Kuril S.HItlonftl Inicrllan. ll.on 4,HI Sll nuiiitlm, .... " Otis yisir, . . T squirr el lltnnth', . . , " tin rfsr, . Ok fourth mlunin nm jmt, ullh prltlli-sa uf rhaiiihin wtillilr. "" J on' 'If cJimii, rtinntilni montlilr, , l-lr.li n.il n-'fislltw Hahi in m! wlliiil tidlil llnoi will Iw inserted 0110 jrnr, nr t3,flo, in imniih, j. i. III DSOX, Pbiitck ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. THE AMISTAD CASE-SPEECH OF MR GIDDINGS. In continuation of h...

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 January 1854

cash account are kept there, we tliouU liko to sec what kind of an entry the recording angcf will tneke of the one hundred dollars, received for catching a runaway 'nigger,' and the live tents paid out by the lady editor for the delivery of her wimw lUIIHmiT. Some time ago a nn p ffsct a?aint southern Sla very, Mrs. Prowott, of the Yaioo Whip, reminded us of similar rewind of tho cents offered hy n northern paper for an apprentice, and her sympa thy wsi very much moved for tho hoy thus public )y proscribed; but hy this it appears that southern oppression is not limited to dark skins. A pious southern lady editor not only catches black slaves,! but white ones, and aks the prayers of the saints for "divine assistanco" in carrying tu tho opera tion. Wonder nlictlter H uncle nf h1on1-1iniiii,la nr n batch of pravors Would avail mo!t in earning that iuiiiirr4 uoiinrs, nnt no much graco it require to eatoh 'ni.'ircr.' or to muster hvo rents to eon. aign a littlo Stephen Oshcrn tohe demora...

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 January 1854

For The Bugle. FAREWELL TO AUTUMN. Farewell to theo pleasant Autumn; farewell to the golden days, When tlio Earth, like athoughlfuly poet, ' ' Lies wrapped in ft dreamy hate; When through the crimson forest The blue-bird whistles clear; And the wind of tho south-land whispers Sweat talcs In tlio listening ear. Now tlio song of tbo robin echoes Xo more on tho sunn) hill; But tho trooping winds that sweep o'er It ; Dlow their clarions loud and shrill . As the dreaded hosts of Attila Came down in their savage wrath Scattering whnte'er of beauty and joy, They- met in their stormy path. Jn tho broad and beautiful prarie, ' The golden and purplo flowors Hare fallen, like conquered heroes , In tho North-king's arrowy showers. Farowoll to tho crimson sunsotsl Farowell to tho ruddy dawnl And the noontide's golden splendor, With the Autumn jo aro gono. Bnt what care wo for the winter While wo sit by tho cheerful fire? While wo throw on the kindling fugott And the bin je mounts higher and high...

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 January 1854

Miscellaneous. GOVERNOR YOUNG TO THE MORMONS. a A laic St. I,ou'i. Republican publishes nn address of Bilgham Voun to hi Mormon subjects, from which we extract '.lie following: I know what Iho rclinifi of the generality of the Teoi.lo are. (it this time they think nil th Indians i i tho muuuiain arc coming to kill Clf tin Latter Hat S tints. I have nn inure fear of tlrnt, Ihan I havo of the sun ceasing to give light upon tlir c trtli. 1 h tvo studied the Indian character niflicientlv to know whit tlio Indians re i,i war; I hnc 1'n'cn with them m iro or lcs from my youth upward, where they have often Inv! wars among themselves. Let every in m, worn m itnd child that can handle n butcher-knife he g od for oao Indian, an 1 vou nre safo. " I nm aware that, the people) want to nk me a t.uius.uid nnd mm ouestioiis. whether they have rtonc U or not, touching Ihv Indian difii:ultio ; have trie! to answer them nil, in inv own mind, hy saying ii trill W illi! (M Vie Ivril Will. How many time ...

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 January 1854

MAHIl'S n. HOniXSOX, Editor. A'o i.vo.v Hni zt.Arr.uoi.Dr.Mi:' kSX rEAHSO', I'ublltlitnff A get.!. VOL. 0. XO. 22. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1854. WIIOLi: NO. 432. TRfi IHI-UHCCI BUGLE, rtnt.tsntD KVURt MTl'RDAr, ATSAt.tU.oniO. TKHMH. $1.60 per annum, fajroMa In slTanra. taT-Vtaocral..nallr Ki.il n.inihtr. to Mice who uro not atib Sertbra, but win. ars to br li.ttrt.tril tn Hi 'tl.tininntlnri of antl-flarrrr trot. tfth thvhopo ttmt I her will alt lnri.lM-rtlM a.l.a.rlrca. or use lli.-ir tiifluauca to vaunU lla circulation amour tb.ir Manila. ' ftaV'Coniniunli'atlotH Intr-ndd for tnarrllnn, to hs a.hlroiatit to Mtaiii n. Kumsaos, Bailor. All others to Ass lc.iia.is, rub rlahlna; AfffttiU TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Onatqaara (IS llnaa ) thra waaiia, M Karh a-Httional luarrlloll, " Sit fuintlia, M Otia roor, . Two aqltaraa U months, . t 41 a.. l,n Ci.TW Win otfa rar, with priTllng of changing (ninthly, 11.40 n 4.00 0," O.OO '.w 1200. Half fotutnn, clianalna; mont...

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 January 1854

DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. This Convention met in Columbus on the Til i no following , the report of their proceeding ns 1 copied from tlio Cincinnati Columbian : Tho Committee on lidolutioiis reported the fo- lllWIII; ' tow omnnttee on l!eouti..iis reported the fol-1 1 i , iTi ' , re-affirm the Oliln platform of "'"''"I'1'"' "t i-iir Conventions of Vit mid . Wml, flint we Imvo entire mil undoubted .........,,, , ,. present nilmiinstrntiou nn.l giveH nnr entire nml undivided support. Hnmlrnt, Tlmt n npprove tlie doctrine nml .,..,,, m.( ii,nn i.yiiov. .Moilill i . . .nr. .ri-n. :.. i.:. r . , A' """""'"miieiiU them to the commie ration ji- ., . tun qiMHtion of the niloption of thin report, ...r .isf.eilll.lv :....." l" n,,,t'" Ihc follow- "K l(ct(,lrt,t, Th.it I'm ln,.-r.-u r,r )!,!., ,-r.U j ,r., . r-V'i'lc (li'J tiilo),, its a fmrt iij t.'irir ('mti hif, tic H.,Himo,c V,.(r,lM;;.vrt,VwViih..iitciiErnd it wns movei to I.iv I m... il.n t,.l.l 1...1 ... . :j I "". ' luiir then nut ...

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