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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 March 1854

lion ought to be abolished, because the Bililo recognised the right of kings to rule, and enjoined obedience on their subject j or that the 1 Mnine law' it 'infidel,' because Christ and li is apostles Died wine; probably for want of time, for he found occasion to beat a hasty retreat, crying Infidel,' bocauso he could not convince his oppo- nenta ma. roi.ing a man 01 tin ma wages, his who i.:..... i. . .:ri mm cuiiuieii, mn intellect unci gum, nits m vitrinimii deed. On tho last evening there was a large attend ance of the elite of our villagn.Mcrchants, Ministers and Lawyers, backed by the opening buds of promise from our mcthodist nursery, with tho agent of the school himsolf a mcthodist, soldier priest or priest soldier, who sits up nights to halo slavery, if we may believe him, and fights nljuli- tionists day times. These were all on band to do battle for the truth as it is in "modern" Mcth- odism, either with the hot shot of personal invec tive and denunciation, sans argument, ...

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 March 1854

Miscellaneous. From the N. Y. Musical World and Times. INCIDENT AT THE FIVE POINTS HOUSE OF INDUSTRY. RESCUE OF A MOTHER AND THREE CHILDREN FROM STARVATION AND INFAMY. List wck I attempted a faint sketch of Mr. rease's labors nt tlio rive Points House of Indus try. li was vn!y a sketch. To bo able to appreci ate Mr. IWo's toils and sacriflcos And solf dony ing labors, oiib must visit the locality ; ono must vr nid through tlioio dirty streets And alleys, nnd eo the wrecks of hum mity tli.it meet him at every step; he must sea ohildroii so dirty And squalid that they scarcely resemble human boings, playing in nuny gutters nml using language that would currtle his blood to hear from chitdlwinV lips 5 lie should see men, "made In Uol's own imago," brutalisod beyond his powor to imagine s ho "" women f?iri ot not mora than twenty state ot year") moling upon the pavements in a beastly mt ixication, without n tr.ico of feminity in their vicious faoos; ha should pass tho rum shops, whoro 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. — 1 April 1854

ASH ITAIHO, rnblUhiiiff A genii MM fill S It. ItODIXSOftt F.ditr. Ao r.vo.v irrf RLAvr.noi.bERa:' ayjioli: NO. ii& .VOL. 9. NO. 33. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, Al'llIL U 1834, JDK AaTI'lLitlBI BUGLE, rtl,Isur.lEVmvATCROr1ATALtH,OIIIO. TVI.-l,o fitf annum, r-ftysbts In silrnnc?. i W' on.nnil1r .n.l nnmlwrf to ttio wlio am not sn1 Bfrtbiirt, hut who ire hlkr1 to bo lntf-iftl In thi .H.vMiilniitK.n of 0-.lTnrT truth.U1i tliDhopt tht Uiry vlllaithrr nliirrlln Ihtwi'tlre. or ui th.-ir iulluonu. toeitcmt Itf circulation among tfe.tr f rtenili. tVimmitnl-atloiii InleiiucJ fur Inierllnn. In Ik HiI.lr.iM'1 lo k. HimxMX, Editor. All ulli.n to Ass I'ur.tos, pl! ' TKKM9 OK ADVERTISING. On. Squirt 01 linn ) thrc nk. !. " nrh fcUHMMl ln.mkn, " " , fit miulln, .... " 0flfl y'.r, . . Two fiillrl ilt Wunlh, . . . . . " " un rrnr, ..... 6nS Fourth column on fnr, with prlvltoro of clmnclnf mentlily, ....... llftlf rnlamn, rtmnntmnnthlv, ..... 2u.no STM not rum-ding tight llflH Will M...

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. — 1 April 1854

does the boy that has flogged him stoning bis dog when he Catches him out. The emsncitintinn- isls hnvo some kindness for the negroes. Dixon punishes them in the person of the negroes, by i . .ii.ti.tj ncrnai, mm iwnin)( so umny new markets, as will mnke the slave-driver and the chain-gang, row painfully familiar, the ; pecuimr institutii.il or Kentucky. Some of us here still have faith in northern free- j tnen, nnd we hare been laviiiir our ear tti the cruund t i catch the gathering thunder that may nnonish ' the wwx-po politicians before it Is to Lite. Is cmr faith unworthily founded, or are wo not to lie.tr such thunder as you promise? Can It be that, muiuui a airuggio, me irecmen oi me .orin nre prepared to sec the w holo territory ot the eountry hut azainst Ihem and their children forever ? They know perfectly well, that where slavery goes they cannot go. And Mr. liixon tells them, like a man, thay are not wanted. Are they going to he cheated by their own representatives, befor...

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. — 1 April 1854

THE OHIO SENATE AND WOMAN'S RIGHTS. Last work tli- Ohio Senate nfusod to refer to n tpccinl Committee, the volitions fur granting equal tirntinvl nnrt tvtlitifnl fiirlita Irk tt-ritiinn (li I lift I r" r- 1 f"- - licit tliiv, nOor tln decision, Mil. Severance, of, Cleveland, appeared before the Scute, bearing the ..f .loon .ii,;...,. r, n.i. i,i,.. n,l ' r . : . ' . ' . I I nsked permission to rend mruiorinl in their be. half. This intrepidity on the part of Mrs. S. was rewarded as it deserved to he. with success, so far as k hoarinz was concer.ii'd. The Hcnnto listened to lier address with respectful attention. The memorial was laid upon the table, nnd ordered to be printed. OHIO SENATE AND THE COLORED PEOPLE. Tuosday of lust week, Dr. Townsend nsked of the Senate a hearing for J. M. I.aiigdton, as bearer of a inciaoriul in behalf of tho colored' people. This rfcnost was refused. Speaking refusal, the Alicuud American iays: When it is recollected, of what rights tho tuY ored people...

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. — 1 April 1854

Miscellaneous. GRINNELL EXPEDITION left tl lin'l J'hn Grinncll expnditii.n. It will 1 remembered, J'J ?i,.'ir,"'r ' r Xi'w-Vork toward the last nf -1" ' "' ' "r. nm".' t 1 I :ro!i PCrous VOVri!0 In tllfl Cnn.f ill I . rnnn 1., ...1 . r i i . . v - . ' i i M Which itntDiO III snrlit an 4 lis 1 ..f ooe alter iuy beginning (,f J, region of rurk i'il.lrc 1 i. e. nnd fi ihhuig of July, it entered the davhrin.'. .i.int.!,o.. i....: i... ..r i and hiImi h.torM. . The effect of reii-uction in ! .1.. . ' wl .rt'"i-iK)n in "fV. count from Ur. Knnc's ioiii-n-.! 7,.-.v ..... I s n - , . . " .,5k 1 , ', r"i,llll',l! l " w lh I n...i.i. i. ."'v.itii a nun tne innn. re-! scuii.iicil nn exi.piiil. 1 - .. .i ... . t i i-""". i-iiiiTo.i wiiii me aeons . . . i r """I. - . i,,,,,, ul imagination was Jtdioj.vy 1 t Bie i to irmol from tne truo wnlerv in t,,e f,,!i(. r,r, 0f rrfiMctimi nle it, ninl there to tee li.i, struelnrc lining nn jeri.il ocean-1 margin, ,S.)im, of n,tv, Kxyptinn, rubl.ili.rlog- gd ...

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. — 8 April 1854

4 1 13 10.0,1' I H i r. "2ii r V a AT ii mmmu f trrj ax's rninsow, rnbiishing Ageml 91 1 Itlt'fl tl. ItOIIINSON, F.litor. so vxiox mm slai iMOLDins:' VIIOLK NO. l l h VOL. 9. NO. 31. SALEM, COLUMMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APJUL 8, 185-4. " TUB aNTI-SUiKR! BIBLE, ' "ri'ai.isiiED r.vr.ttv s.tTi'Rn.ir, ATs.w.r.u,oitio. f TURNS. Jt.So par (111111111, p.jVil. In doim. W orrlniiiiM)r .m. numlsr. to llini l.n r not cli SaritMM,, bill wllA sr. Isillim-.l IM lir liitiTs.t.'il In Hip ! I 1 1 im t Inn of niill-lnvt'ry trutti.ltlt th,, liopMtinlllify will Htli'T .ul"rils tbm -.iTif. or tliia InSuuuc to raUuU IU .Imitation ntnon, tli.lr frliil. aOiminnnl-fetinii. tnlrnf1Kl ftir Inwrllon. In bt mlfr"ml to MkMita H. II jm,:, LJItur. All ulli.r. to As rtASv, Tub- lllitng AtfM. TEItH OF ADVERTISING. On8fl,uirilll Hires wwo'., H l: h oil HUmihiI Ituvrtlon, . HU mintlK, .... M Dm. rer, . . . Tw pqnore. -It month., On. r.ir, ..... . On, fourth rolumn on, Jrcsr, llh pilvllt-r of rlisnglnK monthly. lli...

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. — 8 April 1854

From the Auburn Cayuga Chief A "JERRY RESCUE"—ALMOST. Tor some days past, the people of this section Imie been excited by the news tlmt n Southern wlavvhoMrr was in town, mid that a convict in Prison oi timed a it slae of his, would lie arrested on Ims release fr-mi tlmt institution. The convict's! setrrance expired on Saturday. 1 here were ninny rumors afloat, but wo believe it was generally un lurt.mil that papers for liis arrest bad been made out And placed in the hands of the United Stntrs officers. One of that stump had sounded Sheriff!,. Knappupun the prospect of securing the Jail as a SnVTV p?T, Strimff delp'Tfttionu from Kvi-Ai'Iik mid ntliftr iiia. turns citmn into town on Saturday night, armed ami iiciermineil in tneir purpose. nil pare I'ho If i. ...... 1. 1 i. ...... i . lighter skins would probnUv havo followed the example of IVmlna and the South, mid trampled j ' all Compromises in tho dust. In tho mean time, tlm IVInon was clonlv wittchril niidiln. On Sun. ,Uay mornin...

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. — 8 April 1854

the Secretary f tlie Convention mny tee t to make. Tli Convention closed Its business on Monday afternoon, owing to the announcement that tlic Imll would bo olosed, lost during tho evening sessiun mob violence would prevail. Whether this fear was real or imaginary, llio tin II was cloned, and tb Convention adjourned tint dir. ' Much M I should regret to too molKicfftcy ro veil in a public meeting, I would regret tlio sup- luuooimi ui iruo specen more, .-loiwiinsinnuing the outrage of pcrsonul violence perpetrated nponi strangers in our midst, nnd tho closing of tho Imll against the freedom of speech, I nm happy to say, the former was not tho act of tho citizens of our town or county, nor sanctioned by them i but was perpetrated and instigated by a few such characters as may be found floating upon tho surface of every society, liko a moral excrcscncc, feeding and fat tening upon tho product of its own bareness. Tho reasons assigned for closing the hall mny have bcoa well founded, I k...

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. — 8 April 1854

Miscellaneous. AMY, THE CHILD. Wo A.nti 1 the story of "Amy, the Child," in on old lienunn pocket-book. One Sunday afternoon, in mmimcT time, the vil lage children went to the eh.irch to he taught their mtci lni.ni. Among them was Amv, the shepherd's ntai-iliiiiKlitpr, funic seven year old. She wa n tcuUer-licorto.l . Iiil-l ; and when the clergyman, nltnr speaking of our ilutv towards sniili "AH ptoplo who would .Kn?o God, mint do good Becoming to their mean., be those means ever so imiu, mm could not refrain from weeping, T, tor A hi y wnj very poor, nud frit innocently per illed that sho I m. no powwr t gladden hv her mnoiiffs any earthly creature, not even lamb or n yciing dove. She had neither, poo child.- f ' r a i Amy came, out of i hur. li with radncss in l.cr tiertH, tlniikip;; tlml Go 1 would take no pleasure in jier, Is-c.u-o (hut Hint win only her owu idea) she it i "01' 10 ftn.y 0,,e A'1' wishing that her eyes, iiow red with twi yig, should he seen nt homo, she went int...

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. — 15 April 1854

ffin rr 1 Wwwtmim HJ' Jxuuniw ?nuin i:. ijfi.so., raitor. A-0 f.VO.V ll'Trf SLArtolOLVERS." ' AN rEARSOX, rubllthlng jtkeni' VOL. 9. NO. '33. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1851. "WHOLE NO. 445. ii TUB A X T I - 5 L A V L R Y BUGLE, ri'BMV.tKD EVERV SATCBDAT, at salem, on 10. TF.UMS. $1,60 per annnm, tinyslils In tilrsnct. " Wt nw.siloiisll? .-ivl miml'-r, to tlio,- who sr. nst.utj Wflbsrs. but wlio hit rvM.'r... t-. r. Int.tsMtp.l In th.o-niHrtl' n of toitl -Isrcrjr trill h.'w 11 h the- lin-c tlmt limy will .Mili.-r ml-1 rthe thtinlrm. or u. llwlr Intbicarg to oitcml til circulation nui..n. th.lr frl.iMli. .."CiimimiTilsitlorKtV-n.Jvt for ln,i.rtlm. to sit-IrM,..! to Mtmi'l II. II misjux, Editor. All utb.rt to Ass I'hijwn, 'ub ilihlng Ajf.-ti. TERMS or ADVERTISINa. OnSqtr (1 itnta i lin " lit It itJ.lt'luu&l imvrtioa, ' i Wt m-niihi, .... N M (hto rrn "Jw u'mtit!ir v- ... 0u Voiiflh rultntin on yr, wilh irMlvg of t'tinglng moUi)y, If Blf i-liitnii. rhnnj'n ...

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. — 15 April 1854

EDWARD DAVIS. Tlit subjoined lmnnolf -itli thn fvu. Th J.v r .1.: ' ' . nn yt. ' . . (. - - ""iwi-i vi line umii, ' ,'Urdm, high-handed nti.l outrageous, nnd .he is not o.tllel to a -count for it by tlio owners 'r the vcsnet (who are Philadelphia,",, nn.l many of whom nre known a huinmio nml honorable mon.) these owner will themselves l.o cnllol to n Account i,y tho public. The business of catch ing negroes, whether bond or free, and ltnprion "13 them and sending them hack to slavery Is had enoni;li when carried nn lir ,,,i. r, Lo i lmni and Alherli, whose t.istos nnd nature adapt them to the trade, Imt when undertaken or sanc tioned l.y a company like that which owns the A'y ttone Slate, it is adi.igraeo to tho city nnd to ino .uimmnwealth l.y whoso dishonored name their enterprise ia designated. It in especially infamous, when, as in this enso, the victim cauchi is proved not only a man of. heroic bravery, hut n io in-, one wno never was a nave. ''Thero is reason to suspect that n...

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. — 15 April 1854

will offer such a mirtrnble excuse ns j,r,Judirc for the col, .dilution scheme. Why (lieu should my frird n(;eu,0 , nnliu. very movement ns nthof-jticnt. when it whole aim f to produce tlmt: equality among won which t hristinnity require., nn.l without winch its spirit cnnnnl le carried nut. What! a movement which Las for its end tho freedom of the slave, nn ntho Istiral iii3von:ontl When Christ cntiio to prench dclivcranoo to tlio enjitive, and to open tho prison doors to thoso who arc bound? When God com manded by his prophet, "Break every yoko nnd let th oppressed go free" Is the movement viifvu uniiltCS MIC III II IMPnt fit 1'l.rf.l'a n. l'. and an obedienco to tho conminnd of Ood, atheist-1 trti Ail nil...-,..,.,,.. F V ... .1 . wo l.t.tl. ,.,,1 It , l T 1 ' S 1 ",KO nik 7d r:ri'1 D'V miorpicrs who cry, "Lerlij lo all, independent of rolor." It belongs cmiiliaticnllv to thoso lilrA n.t- friend, who mako prejudico tho excuse for the American Colonization Society, who ndvoctto an...

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. — 15 April 1854

Miscellaneous. POUR CHAPTERS OF A WHITE LIE. CHAPTER I. - "How unfortunate! Mivmmn write mo that she cannot And her emerald bracelet. Now I do Dot darn to tell her thnt I lost it, as you know I did, returning I nun Mr. Lacy's party. It in tho last gift of my father, and very valuable. I'm sura I don't know what to da." And Lena Atley threw Vt- letter impatiently down. "It's well you are hero in Now York," replied ncr quccmy cousin, stinking tlio heavy curl Irom lior shonldcrs, as sho looked up unwillingly from er book--" what docs she iy V' ."' " She wishes to know if by mistake I could have brought it on, ur if I remember where 1 lust saw it, nd when." " Easily aiswercd, littlo simpleton. Just tell her in a general way that you wonder at hor for .hiuking von so careless aa to bring it here, and any that before you went to the party you saw it Ifastoned to tlio toilet cushion iu her room you know you dressed tliere." " But won't that be a falsehood, almost f" said Lena, timidly. "A ...

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. — 22 April 1854

Ike HI4IUUS 11. It OB I. SOW, Editor. so f.vo.v irr slai i:iioi.di:hs:' AN rr.AUSOX, riibllltinc Agent. i I VOL. 9. NO. 30. SALEM, COLUMWANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1S31. AYllOLK NO. 440. TO Ai1TISLAYERT BICLE, rtnUSIIED EVERY SATURDAY, AT SALEM , OH 10. f TKRMS. Jtl.&O tar innnm, piiynbU In ailrnnoa. W OTlfmftllr rn1 numlMT Din wlin art not ul crtboM. rtilt wlm ttrt fmMr?Ml to h ItitrrnattMl In lliiiHiminnlt'! f ntl-lTrry truth with Mii Itopr tlmt tli'jr wilMlln-r n rih ChfTnflriii. nr tin their Influence to extend Its rlrrulntlon mntig litlr frOtvln. 0-Coinniitnrtlnn InlfnJnl for Intrrtf'tn, M nMrwi tr. Vvnii't R. ttoiujitus, Alitor. All othrn to Asa I'imiox, l'ub Itxhlng Agent. TERMS OF ADVKUTISlXa. i$ne Sqnere (1. linen three Wtwkt, il.n" e.o'i " r:sh siMUKinel lnnvruoa, " " Kl mnnlli w One yesr, Two wiusree fx months, - )nn esr, One Fourth column one yesr, with privilege of thsnfflng monthly, ....... Hftlf entumn, rnnnirinff mnnlhlr, I'nrilii nnt etreisllnir elxht ...

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. — 22 April 1854

-" "v niniini'ira Tiurato Tl, "o.! '"n" ;rmito.ry-" . n.or ?,.ri,l i. " ' Jv tl r! 'P'lt,,V1rTr' , . lion i l.i t I iff-; .m ,1 I. .1 i",rotl,tc"d 1"- .1 ,.ml.,',"VC.rT..,,M in iti rharactcr tint it dotroyed liberty in the north. I,. A. lime, of Clermont m. ii,tr,.,l... .i . ........ tuition for tho raining of permanent fund for thei 1 1 V- I " h i . '""I ihcicnt canvassing uf, thu ..ato Iit nlili! lecture kept constantly in the H.O,I.MI.aV1lt!mthowa,niav,l',,WeiV"o!ed,,,C to the anti-shivery reform, tut lie recognised tho grand mission (f thnt branch of the imxrunni -.ro v-iio oi l not hunsclt v, nh to engage ..i.u ui mo lecturers proposed, but trim I.I ....-ii. i .1.. r.. i ' ' tribute toward the fun Valentino Nicholson, one of the t.JIKr. of l. anti-slavory movement in Ohio a man, by the form Tear 'vvWwin.'TT. '"f br"",ir,,,i tarm, near VVaynesville, and never asks to have'i "Hie h it sent runinl'' seconded the roml lltlttll III ' "Pniuit oi entlimnasin tor tho present, liAsed 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. — 22 April 1854

SOUTHERN CONVENTION. An adjourned Convention of Southerners ns. emblod in Charleston lust week. Senator Pnwson, of Georgia, wns I'rcsidcnt. A largo number of delegates wero present. Tlio object of tbe Con vention wns to socuro a railroad to tlio Pacific by n Southern route to ostublish direct linos of com munication with Europe, nnd to arrange fur the es tablishment on a grand scnlo of commercial nnd manufacturing oporntions In the South. In short, this is ono of a series of Conventions which Is to choat tho Soutli out of tho retribution which her thriftless systom of compulsory labor has brought upon her. But tho South labors in vnin. Conven tions can never chnnge tho channels of trade. They cannot save her soil from barrenness under slave culture, nor give oducation and enterprise to hor uneducated whites, or her opprassod and hostile slaves. Emancipation, and that alone, will give agriculture, commcrco, ontcrpriso and prosperity to the South. But though those Conventions may not ...

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 April 1854

Original Story. Written for the Anti-Slavery Bugle. ZARILLA, A SIMPLE STORY. .(boit three miles f rum thn vil f f In Wisconsin, in n wild glen, surrounded hy hills Htil! clothe I with primitive forest", stands the neat though humble cottage iT Junns Milhin nnd his it'Wi'i w ;ri, S'nsnii. .This glen ij n pretty spot, aud somewhat ro mantic in appo.iranco, with t( crystal brook prut'tling ' through it, (f .r nil ll.c world like some careless and happy cliiM.) l.i.t without miv pc-uli.irity of features to cli-tinirnish it from a Ik...... I . .I t mcrgiens ami vallum in a country no bnmitrously gifted ,y nature ns tlio Badger Sinlo. To the rari-te observer, searching only for sccn0, ' of t,ihrrr,l Leant, the stream would ho no clearer, the gras nn grenucr, the pottage no more attractive iiiiui many another; but for n ccrlnin chivs of 'ffiniflu-.," It possess peculiar chnnns. ns being nc of the depot on the Underground ltailro.nl. " The simple-hearted dwellers in this fiiiet nml elms out...

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 April 1854

, -.r r ".i.vt-.j. raAitiirs n. noniwsox, Editor. SO VSION W1TU SLAVEHOLDERS." AN PKAUSOX, I'libiihiilag Agent.' VOL. 9. NO. 37. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APIUL 29, 1854. WHOLE NO. 417, ii iK0 T&E 1NTI.SU ?E RTDU CLE, FUBLIS1IKD EVERY SATURDAY. AT SALEM, OHIO f TBRM. 11,60 pT annum, pajmhl In aJranc. "Mrttwrbut who are boHi'To-l in Im tntfrttl In tti Mpn..iillnn ir ahtl-vtavary trutli,.wtlh lha hop that thnjr wllUithT miUcrllw tham'fWM, or nta thvir influenca to axtciul IU circulation among ah. I- rviomla. Commanlrtton Intandwl for InaetHon, to b a'tdrMc! to Maiu R. Hoai!u, akiiior. ah oinara w ah immvh, uv lablnf Agent. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oaa Sqnara (1 tin- ) thrM iraaka, . Farh ad llttonal lnirOont Sl mint ha, m Una year, Tira aquaraa -i ii.'.nt.m, " Onayaar, Ova Fourth column on rear, with prlvllrga of elianglnf monthly, tr.tr mIhimh hn(rln monlhlv. - $1, 4,'( .. is.no 90 (0 yOarda not .. ntt; fight Una will ba Inm-tml ont jtar, rer $3,0 ail month, i. j. IU...

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 April 1854

PETITION TO CONGRESS FROM THE SPIRITUALISTS. Mr. 8hielis last week, presented to the United Ktate Senate, a petition, sgne 1 by 13,000 believer I.. CI !...! ...... . . cpimuai mnniicstatluns. After briefly recap itulating tho content of tlio memorial, Mr. S. (aidt I have now given a faithful synopsis of this peti tion, winch, however unprecedented in itself, linn -iii irep.-reu wmi smguinrability, ru-esoiitine the uujert with grent delicacy ami moderation. I make it a rolo to present nny petition to tho Sennte which in respectful in it terms, hut having dis- charged thin duty. I niny he permitted to nny that the pfcvnlonco of this delusion nt this niro nf the worhl, among nny considerable portion of our citi- ions, must originate, in my opinion, in a defective of education, or in a partiul derangement the mental faeulties. tirnrlucrd h ii;nr.l condition oi tho physical organisation. I cannot, viicrciore, iionovo that it prevails to the exteut in dicated iu this petition. Different a...

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