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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 February 1854

EI)C Vnti-SInDcrt) Bugle. Jnlrm, Ohio, I'rltiuary IS, 18.1 1. Mr. Ciiask' Srrtcn. AVe have thoup;lit it lest to giro tlio whole speech nt once. It spread out the whole question. With it and the address from Mews. Oiddings, Chase nnd others, which w e have previously published, and a good map of North America, nny one who take nn interest in the ques tion, can givo the diets to his wholo neighborhood. Will not some body in every school district, under take it. It Is stupendous iniquity which is con templntcd, and no ono should Le indifferent or inactive. M'c have no room fur comments in roflcrence to the meotings which were held hcrclnst week. They were in sonic respect quite peculiar, but were also interesting. pAiuta PiLLsnmr. Many hearts will rejoice to learn of the safe arrival of Mr. Pillsbury in En gland. W are happy to state that they will havo the privilege of hearing from him frequently dur ing hie absence. Ill henlth Itns prevented our usual attention to the paper this week...

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. — 18 February 1854

QL)t CVnti-Otaucri) CiigU. Salens, Ohio, IVbmnrr 1. INS I. LETTER FROM STEPHEN S. FOSTER. J the Kililor ff the Mirhiiptn Free Drmnernt: A friend of mine has called my attention to an editorial article in your paper of the 13th tilt., which Is calculated to mislead many honest cuijuir" eri after tnith ; and ns you have intimated that your columns are opened to a reply, I send you the following for insertion in your weekly i.sue. The Article Co which l rotor is licaooil, ,urs. roster and the I rco Democrai y." It is of grent length, nnd is made np, In the main, of n tissuo of accusations, Impeaching lier integrity ns an advocate, of the J anti-slavery cause, and was evidently designed to! prejudice tho pul.lio mind, nnd preclude her from : nn impartial Hearing. Of the spirit of these nc-1 eusntions 1 Uo not purpose to speak, at length, hut shnll confine myself, mninlv, lo tho accusations themselves, nnd the circumstances of their allega tion letving others to judge of the motive which...

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. — 25 February 1854

Hi It IS rf wit IB 8 niAItltsrit. HOBIXSON. Kdilor. -o vxio.y wira slaveholder." ANN rcinSOX; rublHhlng A cent VOL. 9. NO. 28. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1S54. WHOLE NO. 438. THE A ,1 T 5 L A V R V BUQIE, , . M BLISlIlD EVIRr SATl'RDAT, AT SALE, OHIO. ttRM 1,M pr annum, parabl In Mr. nr.. ay Wa octiaitonall j i.ml mler. to lho.a who r not pnli MTtbcrt. hut who aro Is'llmpd to Is, llitorttil In tli,lli-.riiilntln mi ntl-.laorjr trutn.twllh lh. Imp. th.t th.T wlll.llhsr .ttlMrrib. 'tti.vlr.. or ttn. thoir luflii.nc. to .nana iu circulation amgug 'ftb.fr frlan.1. , C,minan.'tlons Intanilail fr Inaortlon. to Lo ail'Jroueil (o Mtmci ru no.iox, cuttor. aii oin.ri to ass r-!i.ux, i-ui 'll.hl TERMS OF ADVERTISING. QnHSquara (to lln. ) ttir. H " Earn additional taaortlon, . " H month!, .... On. TetT, ..... Tw aquaral .Is month, . u " On. r.ir, ..... . Om tmrth column on T.r, with prlilWg or clianln( montlilr. Half onlnmn. rhanirlnff monltilf. ..... -(Hr.l not ntra...

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. — 25 February 1854

WOMEN'S RIGHTS CONVENTION. ALBANY, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1854. there nas qnito an aascmhlago of women present at the. opening (t the Convention this al'turno u - 11 1 11 1 smsun n. a 11 1 hony culled the meeting to order,! liu Hindu the fiillnw mi iimiiiiinf...,.. . 1 nnriiinin. ...u ...n..u u.e imiow nig iioin.nat.onj : .... .1 . . I f 1 1 . . ... . ,...,.,. ,.UI1,. u ,..,, ,-,tnToi. unv. ,,iv, 01 j-vractiso; ity i linn. m. A. Jenkins, of! ltaij, of firntnga Springs; l.vdia v.enewv ; ,.yn,i . l.ett, of Altainv; V 111. II. Topp 1 "i.T I clary c. bOVC, 01 ICllldulpU J 1 llCOO 1 Hour, ui iv.isioll. Hnunris Vnmmittcc AlitoinntlP T.. Ttrnw-n. Win II. ' Clintirg, Mrs. Vathar'mo Btebbins, Mrs l'hcbe Jones. Srcivtarit.i Susan It. Anthnnr. of Hodo'stor : isai-im rcllot, or?yrucuso; Giles Rochester. U. Stcbbim, olj After prayer by the Her. Mr. M-iv. Mm. Stanton returned thank fur tho honor conferred in appoint ing her President. Mr. C'.iaiiuiiig addressed tlio Convention as to its kirn aud objec...

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. — 25 February 1854

FANEUIL HALL—NEBRASKA BILL—FREE SOILERS—THEODORE PARKER. BOSTON, February 16, 1854. Dear M tans: I urn just in from Fancuil Hall. Free' Boilers her held Stnto Convention llicre to-day, to protest ngainst tlio Nebraska hill. It was n largo gathering, nnd fmtitirally enthusiastic. But jioUtical enthusiasm in the Xurtli, when arrayed against slavery mean nothing, accomplishes no thing, hut to exhibit its own shame and cownraice' Yet every speaker, with one exception, osumeJj as starting point, that tho heart ol .Massachusetts nnd of tho North was all sound on the question at issue. Tho name was the cant phrase in tho con flict between lihcrty and slavery, over Texas, over New Mexico, and over the Fugitive Law of 1850. I Bin sick of the hare-faced falsehood. What evi dence that tho Northern heart is sound on any question touching slavery f All past history dem onstrates It to he rotten utterly nnd hopelessly rotten bravado, much glorification of tho Union, tho eagle, tho stars and tho 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. — 25 February 1854

Miscellaneous. COMMON SCHOOL FACTS. . MAfrt taxes her banks to the amount of twenty thousand dollars a your for the support of common schools. The income of a fund derived from the aula or public land. Is -even thousand more, nn.l every township is obliged by low to raise aniiu illy a m,,n for the support of s.'hools equal to forty rent, for .,!. inhabitant. Every county in .Maine has a school cnmnilssioncr, at a salary of two hi.n- dred dollors. who m.ist spend at least fifty dny.. a . .,. i., .i, .. i i. ,.r i.:. .... .'i , New II v t r-m h b spent, during ft'i, the sum of! J'.0i,l- upon her common schools, of which she Imi 2,!U0. Tho inulo teachers nro paid nn average of $lj.0;i a month nnd their hoard: tho female leyhora only ?-".'J0- than half I Now Hamp - sh'uo has token nioasurcn to found a mnnual-lahor school on tho tdmrcs of I.nng l'oiid, near Concord, for tho reform of juvciiilo delinquents. Vermont maintain 2..VJ1 common schools, at nn annual cost of &17,'iU'J ; pays ...

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 March 1854

Ike ra.lRlt'9 If. ROBINSON, Editor. .vo t'.vo.v 11777 sLAmioLbzns;' AN PIURSOX, Pntttlsblnff AgiiL VOL. 9.NO. 20. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTV, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAKCll 4, 185-1. AVIIOLE NO; 139. arlinm T-a " rdH...i iLL! , I . . .. TERMS. 1,M par um, pajabl. In adranra. m.ii. .... t w.iu r nni mm nflreaknallr llr Mtiil numhM i ii - a ; . .T i""." w In thoill.Mmlnillkin J V ' 'thllh th. hop that r will .lllior ...barrl! lht'fYlVUii' X ttnl lu alrealatton amour - O immonl -at Ion Inland! for Inwrtloa. to ba id lmwl to " H'JlH!', Kdllor. All otbart to Ass Fustox, I'ub- llklHaf m tfnn ft v .......... TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oaagqttara (10 lino. thro weak., " "It mintlt, -'6 4.00 lai year, Twa aruapaa lt months, i " On. raar, . Om foartb column in jut, with prlvlleg-a ef ehanilnf L monthly, Half rolumn, i-hanalnc tannltitr. fl.no iii ' soiool nllns alaht Una. will ba liuwrtad ana aaar, fat 13.001 ala aamtth. a-i 1 1, UUDlov, rsra. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. THE HIGHER LAW. A LECTURE DELIVERED BEFORE T...

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 March 1854

governments, and offered proof that tli'n badness Is a necessity of their nature, unit nnl an utilise of their functions, a is commonly iiipposod. That tlioro Is another nnd Higher Law, deserving of moro deliberate recognition nnd moro reverent homage than it usually receive. That to it tvenrcl indebted for all the good wo have in the world. I have endeavored to show that private. Judgment is a right to 1 exercised as well as talked about, and " that conaiicnoo ought to l.e free, and tlmt all good voniyiencc, won d follow, and none I hat are c, ... , 1 hat llic outward law is nothing more than the out-, w ant record or lorm ot tlie Inward coort as Ins-," torr.but bad as law. That the inwnrd is tho nil'; Z. . . . , ,. , ... , , ., snKicicnt lnw, that henlth and lire depends on the dirrohwss of our communion with tho great source lifr, aud that creeds and blue books are mis-1 vl.ievvM,, substitutes. That Hefonna have always . . ,, . , ,i 1 beea-fbarneteriiedby their allegi.ni:e to the...

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 March 1854

r cut iiff the sluvc territory beyond the Misissii-; pi, below 3d degrees 30 minutes, all PX.cpt tboj diagram in Arkansas, which was soon tu become ai state. Tho M issouri coniproniie line hnd inter dicted slavery ill nil lliu vat expanse of Louisiana liorth pf 30 Jcgroes 30 minutes t this treaty gavci nwnr, first to Spain, nnd then to Mexico, nearly! ill the slave territory south of thnt line: nnd what. little wns )cfl bythc .'cnninirtrcntr wns assign! in Tiorpotuilf by laws mul by treaties to different ., 'ii . '.. it.. ! it! J 1 11 IV lA'l .J J llli; I'l'Mllir'U IM III I nfivi,' in i Indian trinos. i nose treaties, i Indian una jqian- ish.) together with the Missouri compromise l''"1 ; a mens u ro contemporaneous Willi tlio treaty,,,. extinguished slave s-'il In nil tlio Initcd States i territory west of tho Mississippi except in tlio din-' gram which n to conslitulo the state of Arkan-! siis; nun, no iiioing ui i.uiicu.mi mi ...iler ....slit..t.l H,P lnr.W territorial nliolilion...

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 March 1854

Miscellaneous. A WINTER STORY. BY FITZ-JAMES O'BRIEN. A cold, cold night! The wind, sharp as a I'uiuas.'lis sciuietar. cuts tliron..li H fina .Oiink. in tlw window, causing my inothcr to continually her scat to avoid what ahe culls a draught : liit aa the draught aecma to he overy where, the la t length lu:n to come to pcrmciiiint settlement cloae by tho mantel-piece, where alio keeps cutting out mysterious hexagons mid rlmmhoida from rone linnon stim, here niter to he united Iit iMinnimr -flngcra into some wonderful nrtielo of female nn- parol. .My two aistcranro playing chess. I'miiiy triumphant oer a chc.k-mnle, leans hack in her : . . i chair, and watches w ith an nir of proud piety, the frowning and cogitative countenance of Lisuio, v "" i" iiiroMins wiin n inouaanu strntngenia with which to extricate her unhappy ruieen from tho impending disaster. I, wrapped u nil the dignity id nineteen ycara, am ahsolutuly amoving a cignrtn the aacred chamber, (a privilege awarded to mo on r...

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 March 1854

fit MAHIl'9 It. HOIIIKSOK, Editor. SO f.VO.V H'rff SLA VF.ttOLVEttS." Art PEAItSOW, Publishing ArC. VOL. 9. NO. 30. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 185-1. WHOLE NO. 440. TsU AHLUHUf BUGLE, MUMMIED EVERV SATIRPAY, ATSALEM, OHIO. TitnM.f J1,K par minam, asyabla In ailrants. railmallr ti1 nnmhmtn tho.a who rs rmt nl .rlb-r, hut wlio an- bnlll to ln liit.ru. to,l In tlij.H..milntlr.n f antl larary truth irllli thnlioiwllisttlic-jr lllrlllirr .Htmirll tlirawlrM. ot M Mtulr liiHuram to ailaod lit circulation anions th.ir frlaml. tf-C'.mniuiil.-atlon. Intr-nja-l f.f In.crtlnn, in lie tMra.ll In Mvaiva R. Mill), K'tltor. All other la Ass Ptui,x, Tub. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. On. ftqttftr (10 lino thim .Mk, ll.m " " . h ni l I'llikmnl tUMrtlun. - - rn mnnlii., ... , On. yenr, ' Tws sqiiarM .Is mouths, . " " Una ys.ir, . . -!0s fourth rfitumn orra year, vlth prlrllca of clianglnR . Moittlilr, ....... Vtalf foluma. rhandntf monttilr. . 41 vr. h.'ni, . . 1 tovTartl. aot .xrmlln...

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 March 1854

Communications. LETTER FROM MR. PILLSBURY. One tpf Mr. Pillshury's correspondents In lliin place lilt' kindly permitted us to copy the following for our readers; He says; Tl, ilifrt r.iii .1 . ii . . i i ... " u v rm "ie ""B10 " t!! . ' CI" '" lvaxr ",c n,,,,,in3 wnr"' say ntf tt . .Some details perhaps arc possible, eoa. l I go into them. The City of Dublin nerlmns. is nivsiuy picture ,,r En,;, h., (,no ex-1 tremo there "r and that is tho poverty. We have s-ii,.(or I have,) the German district of t'ineln-j iiati, the lite Points of New York, and Lower Rrond Street in Boston, nnd there perhaps is the same wretched not in kind, that exists here. Hut' in irg,re the difajreneo is immense. Such ballnl linn of beirjr and woe cannot bo found there. In some sections of Dublin, there will he an extent in nvc ltmits in complexion, that would mnkc a great city of itclf alone. St. Patrick's Church, the moat vcrfnrnhlo and nmssNc pile I have yet stands in tho midst of such n district, and to li...

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 March 1854

THE RIGHT SPIRIT. We ropy the following lrum (lie last Liberator, Mr. Spooncr Inlks and feels, as nil should in re gard In compromise. Xo compromise, uoqunrter. We cannot sny llial wo lr.nfe tlio dill In pftss, yet wo nro willi liiiii, to see nil excuse for com promise swept away. FREE SOIL INCONSISTENCY. BOSTON, Feb. 19, 1854. n'oonipanying nnto m sent by Mr. Soojncr to tlio ('nnniomreiilDi, nnd rejected. I thought yon would be pleased to hoc it, ami por liap to puljlinti it in tlio l.ihemlm: Mr. Spooncr! wooM not rote for tlio Nebraska Mil, though lie 1 nay he would like to see Frno Sailers driven from ' their falso position liy it passage. lam glud to' see such n man as Mr. Spooncr speaking no plainly nnd strongly in condemnation of the half-wuv principle or llio Freo Snilers. Tlio mnn who enn nim nt less than the utler aMi'tinn of 'ulnvcrr. is not wanting lit virtue, biU in policy. Free Soilcrs ..ijjoi mmin sinvory, u tney would try; but il n f. in i . I L V i n , . " . ufiill o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 11 March 1854

Miscellaneous. [Continued from first page.] t-st conviction of the reason and the lest senti ment of the heart. It is tho onlr subject within the Held of Nationtl politic which excites any .uv ii'm ui innmiRl uiilics itinrn vjh-ii,- mn real intermit. The oM imttton l;i.-h have divided the minds of men hnvp lout their importance One by one they have disappeared, leaving tho ground to be occupied by a question grander fir. The Bank, Sub-Treasury, the Distribution ol the Pub lic Laud, art each and all obsolete issue. Kven the Tariff it not a question on which opposite po litical parties are united in Inking opposite tides. And now, imtead of these superseded question, which were connected for the most pnrt with the tdorof the dollar, the country is directly sum moned to consider face to fnuo a cause which is connected with all that is divine in religion, with all that is pure and nnble in morals, with all that is truly practical and constitutional in politics 1II1L. .1 . .1. .! i . . I...

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 March 1854

u y iniitivs it. kobixsoiv, r.iiior. XO VXIOX WITH SLAVKltOLDIiltS." yy I'CAItSOi, I'iitlltiin.T Agcnti VOL. 9. NO. 31. SALEM, CJJLUM11IANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAUCH IS, 1S31. aviioli: NO. in. TAB AITI-SU VKiU BICLE, f t'OLisiir.D cvKnr SATinnAr, AT.vu.r.tf.oitio, "P W't occftvlnnAllr 'nJ tiumWn to thwm who t vi .rlbi-r. bill wlio r n-ilt In tw In trr4f t hi ,ti.ill.i nHrnl lot; f antMUTerr trulli "lih the ip tlmt thf wtttel h. r MilWrilw thm.lvM. or u. tliclr Influtmcu to ostein! It itnulatiou mimug 4 iO miTtnnt 'tlon lntnnlv1 fr Inprflon. t n.MrT"vi1 in ftsUhitf R. ItnniMiu!, KJilor. All utlicn to A MS I'iaiuwn, I'll., tithing Agntt. T Kit MS OF ADVEIITISINO. OntPl'iftr OS llnss ) tlirnti wiss'o.. r.n h wlinioml iiist-rllon. fix m rll'.lK, .... 41 lino yi'iir. . . Tw Mira -in inniitlil, . . . . ' ' OusiHir, ..... . 0 Fourth elm... nn year, with J.rlvllvg of fhsnjIiiK mnntliW, ....... 8.iu ril.,.. .I U. .n. :Z fcr VM "' - . '""' ! !'!m2!,J!5i,I1'?!i?H!i!" l.no' - ANTI SLAVERY B...

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 March 1854

THE SPEECH OF A VETERAN. Not ninny days nr, n meeting, composed for tho mist part of ihe solid men of Host,...." il.o tuners and Miners f Daniel Webster, was held In tho Old Crn.i!.. ,,f l.il.ertv, to rrotfnt ngainst the .nipo'c.i n.-prnl ol t! .it) ..:.. n l .Hn..r..mi. . . . i . - Among the a-e,l ,r wl,n e... ;.Y.Y ' ' inn- l.v- i!.,.:- -.- U.-.s-.-V r, ...-... . i . .. V """ !rt II. Mi .1........ I-. , . , ""'-iu ti , , ,il.,,r- n'"i. still Inter, I're-nknt innw.l l 1 ,,r iniiiv rmn I I,. i.i.i iipti.i inini i r n s.,0.v:i. u.i every sido went .t,...v. .niiij. i.i . nn ii Tni- to. to ncT,.ajM-r repwts, ho rcponled as follows: .1. ... .V im,.:.-i r. r ,r in pnnucai ni:aira, nrl lie was too hone, t , well ... , ...i,,,,, rried of freedom W allow him ..If to lesivelfnu, Li, mooring the llood I, enCol,l.ed so ,ni,y of hi, itllovv- Mt.irn.Snl-.Mi. Thi pe.,,,lo .t,l.'w on hi-1 M-?..i..n i.. K,n.u:i H:,!l, ,!.!,. hiio i.. their midst, ton In. t rer,.i.. t!..,:- ... Vhu riil lme vu to ca...

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. — 18 March 1854

of Thiovos, ia going the rounds in this region. An Oliionn brought it out. I took It to Vernon and gavo it a atari there. It ia anxiously inquired fr. Wo need anti-slavery lectures here much. Do tend us Juntos W. Walker. I hono some Rents or lecturers may visit us after tho conven-of lion in Cincinnati. We have plenty of advocates of tho Nebraska bill here. Many Inquiries made for M Tijiany', Lecture. There is but ".l'"' l"" V" r.'. semblcd in companies to hoar it read.' ANSWER To the question asked by J. Y. Hoover, in last weeks' paper, (No. 30.) In Art 1st Sec. 2d of tho Constitution, In my opinion, the word "free" describes the nation and naturalised cilizons of the t'nitcd States, nnd the words "all other persons" doscrilo residont " Indi. ant, tint tared," nnd possibly somo others. The - .... , i i . i ... rupn-ocuuMion is men pincca upon tlie io. itiir, . . . . hett and ratumat bttait that the irordu can be made to dctrribt. But it is nkod, What was to become of the remaining ...

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. — 18 March 1854

Miscellaneous. THE NEW SKATES. BY AUNT HATTIE. : v j ' I do hope the canal will freeze over tn-niirhr. 1 so that I can try my new skates iu tlio morning," 1 said Freddy Holland, 0110 iuld evening, to li is 1 chnnlin.i;es. ! It's oolil enough to fre-se anything, I should , ; hut lmc ynu now skutes " " Vc-i, father bought 1110 n new piiir this morn-1 Ingjcjmo home wild me, ai.d 1 11 show tliem to U ys, let's nil go home l.y Mr. Hoi-: mini is nuu see r rcu s new skates I "Weil, I will for one j" "and I for two," said Another, and so, I iiigl.ing and shouting, tho troop of boys drew up ill front of Mr. Holland' hand Sjino residenco. ' .Now for n sight of the new skater !" uiim ici mc pin my nouns 111 me House, anr. thc:i II bring them out to you," sail Fred: "1 know you w ill say they a:o well worth looking nt ' t I "0!i, but they're grand ones." was tho tinker-1 sal cv lain iiion, when Fred re-appeared Willi his! skv. " Why, 1 never a-.v uny like them." j " No, tliny are a new kind: 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. — 25 March 1854

I m tints it. itoniNsoiv, Editor. yo f.VO.V H777T SLArEUOl.Dr.RS: ANK FCAKSOX, PublMilnff Agent. VOL. 9. NO. 32. SALEM, COLUMMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAHCII 25, 1851. WHOLE NO. 4 12. THE A iITI 'SLAVERY BUGLE, funi.rrnrD ivnitr sstcrdav, ,vTs.t.,r,ii,oiiio. IKBM9. par nnnm, p.j.1,1. In M.stlr.. - W onjialonsltr rnl nnmt-r tn ... .ai ...i Serll-n.liiit wlio ari- f...ll...il h., lnt.T,-.lo.l In 1 1,, ,l..nnli,i.tl,.n ef nll .l.rcrT trath'wllh thi. hop. in.t th- wlllcllhi'r.u.i.cri.' lB.m rl.i-j or ui llulr InSiMoia Ui MUnd it. circulation .uiuui ttalr frs-ml.. V-Ciinntml -iitluin Intrn4il fr Inwrtlnn. to Is. 1.lmnl la isirt It. Iluisi-s, KJItor. All ib,,r. la Ay I'utws, l'ub Inning Agm.. 1 TKRMS OK ADVERTISING. One 8qnr 10 llnrji thr. wm'oi, i,oo M Kv b ftd'lliWn! innrt)wo, t M ht( mint In, 4,m) t n yinr, . . . . e,no Two tqimrM t month, . ft.oo . ' nyir, - . . . . . I.uo Oh fourth enlumn on ytar, with privilege of chn.tifl.ig ftnunllilv. ....... 12,00 tttlf 1umn, r hanging monthl...

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. — 25 March 1854

FUGITIVE RESCUE CASE IN MILWAUKIE. Wo hnve already announced the news bf the arrest nnd subsequent rescue of the fugitive Glov er, wno wna kidnapped under tho provision of the fugitive law nt limine Milwnukie. We add the following additional particulars. The case lias excited a trcmcnduoiis excitement in Wisconsin. The Nohraska Swindle has arrousod tho people to desperation. Tho clnimant i believed to e n pro fessed slave catcher from Missouri, and is the same man who was prowling around there Inst vear for colored men, nnd though ho wns hulked of liia prey nt thit time, vet lie boasted thnt lie wnR well paid for liia trouble, for ho hnd learned the whereabout tf fiftrrn fugitives, nnd that he should ret make a (rood speculation out of it. IhO kidnapping gen'ry planned ft scheme to CtilrnpOl.ovER. They got hold of ft miserable col orcd man, Turner, liquored him up, supplied him witn liquor nna caroa, nnu sent lum up to gel ulover Uruuk, nnd he on hind to open the uoor when they cnin...

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