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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 29 April 1854

of fith," that tli non-fulfillment of "national engagement" Is "a grent moral wrong," exposing Almighty J" "t0tUori,1,ouuiudgn"-,n' if the I, remember well my feelings upon tint subject, in October, 18jO. 1 nlinnl.F i,;n I :.J:..i with exceeding great joy to have heard from you lip, to have known that you were ready to pro -claim in your pulpit, and in public place, 'the anctity of "national engagements,'' an d the "great moral wrong" of their non-fulHlment j and when contained in the Constitution our nowlolk asUark ."f?.,Tnr i'" f"1"""8 now look as the ark of our safety. 1 have no re-1 ection that when the nmmr,n ..:i r .u. r ni.: i. "i.TLL" " "J nullified an act of Coneros passed fur il.n r,nr..n.. of carrying those national engagements into faith ful elocution j whon tho council called upon the police to refrain from rondoring nny aseistnnco in "ecuting the law when public meetings were liold, and speeches made proposing to dory doatii and the dungeon in resistance to the fulfill...

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 April 1854

Miscellaneous. "LITTLE GERTY." A CHAPTER FORM THE "LAMPLIGHTER." tlood Oocll in think apon t child mat nan no cmiUiMi any, . fco i-aroliMUi play, no frolic alM, , Ko wonla of fnyn and prat.t ' t4soa. It M trowing dark In the citv. Out In the open country it would be light for hull' nn hur or more; out wiinin tne eloso streets wliero my Rtory IcivU me it was already dusk. Upon tho wooden door-step of a low-rooted, dark, and unwhnlcsonio looking houo, ent it little girl, who was R'.i iK UP the struct with much earnetos. The liouse-dor which was open behind hor, m close to tho side walk and the step on which sho sat was no low that her little unshod feet rctcd on tho cold bricks. It was n chilly evening in November, nnd ft light tail of enow, which had made everything look bright Rnd clean in t.'io pleasant open squares, near which the Hue houses of the city were built, had only served to render Ilio nnrrow strcot Rnd dark Inncs dirtier nnd more cheerless limn ever; fur, mixed with tho...

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. — 6 May 1854

11 it I ff -. - r I --..rl 'i'Y I iM t "I t" HABIUf H. HOB IN SON, Editor. a i ' '' ' ' NO f.VO.V W'rr SLArEllOLDr.ltS.' AliX PF..IRSO, PnbllkliiaK Agent. 1 a'.iir: j a VOL. 9.XO. 38. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 1S54. WHOLE NO, 418 B MB I'TH. ISThSU f ft Y BUGLE, r rWLIHtOtr(RrilTlHblV,AT9jlLtll,OIIIO. t YmWt.-t1.to ft.- innom, FaTalits In s.lTanr. -W.tlinllf ni nnmlra to ttio. who ant mrtatiti M-iMra, but who sr. IhIII hi hoinlrh4 InlltoitWrnttHitlon t slltt.laT.rr truth, .Willi Ihti hnn thM til-r will tttlnn-arrl.a 7wiwlrM. or ... lliofr lunuouc lo .xt.ud Ucclrrul.Uuli antonr IbMr rVrtn.U, .Co.a-.nlsstlac,a lntwlMl for IrMwrtloti. to V. ttfl'tlls-twd t(. Ko.i5.io., wiior. AU otu.r. to As !., I-ub- - - TERMS OF ADVERTISING. J ''So iu Oh Ifnar, (W Itlrre ) thm WMttfl, . " r. fcllltlonj Imertloa, . . fll taotiika, . 4 . j'i i -. - v.w I ... - ... . . . . ... Nwrw in nnmiii) , . w Omftr, '. ' i . . Ow ffwwrtk) flohivm wtM yar, with prlf t)n, of th.nglnf sa.niltlf, - ...

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. — 6 May 1854

have been adopted without that clause, and H.cj rVrW.iition of sh.to property in which l was rmipiiiiun i I I .7. .1 ma virni lui'i niNuim ill listen iii'm iimt Worv of thecal. In March, of tho year 1784.! the Virginia .legation in tl.e then Congress ol th" clmlwlereey, headed hy Mr. Jefferson and Mr. Monroe, conveyed the northwestern torritory to ths Thirteen I lifted States. In the month ot April ensuing, the organizing mind of Mr. Jeffer- on. alwavsbont upon rystcnis and aduiinistnuions, ir.n,ht in .n ordinance for the government of the 1, rritorv i prl of it, to take effect in the year 1800 but witl.out a clause lor inn recovery in lugiuv staves, "or want of thin provision the nnti-slavery cliiisc fan oppossed hy the slavehnhling States, Mid re jected ; Mid the ordinance pruned without it. in July. 01 mo year tno ordinance was re modeled, the nnti-slavery clause, with the ftigi' ,iiuiuiv tuv iiiiii film 1 , ..iniic-v, nim n'" live slave recovery clause ns they now, stand were' I...

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. — 6 May 1854

FREE PRESBYTERIAN. Thif exepljonf, paper has been romovcd of Yollow Spriugs, Urecfl Co., ., and Is qui 10 Improved in it appearance. Of the religious papers of this coun try, th Proshytorian la one of tin most thorough and reliable on the question of freedom. Mr Our don it ft most sincere and ftrdent friend of the slave, nndbe leaves no opportunity unimproved to advocate and urge his claims. Wo wish the Pres byterian abundant success in its new locality. The Number of the paper before as contains an article headed the 'Two Manners' from which we mnke some extracts. Tho editor as he tins fre quently done before, Is advocating a higher Stand ard for political nnti-sl.very, dissatisfied as we think lie has just occasion to be with the Free Soil Standnrd. . Speaking of the platform for John G. Whittior's League for Freedom, which we have heretofore copied and commented on, Mr. Gordon sny.1 : THE TWO It AN XL US. . John 0. Whittior, In the Xatiuiial Era, of April 5th, calls upon "those w...

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. — 6 May 1854

Woman's Rights. MEMORIAL Mrs. Caroline M. .SVivvo iter, vf Ctriehjnd. in rAo' ff M'w;m' lti;hU, in rcsftirl lo ;,nioty nml 1k mtrrUm tie tlti-Ait lium.ki-e. i',c trnhdand W to Of Senate vf'uhin, Monti 23, 183 I. idi'i o .'if MMc niicf o,lrred to he pri-.frd . We, your memorialists respectfully represent to your Imnoriilile lioily, thai by llie common law of cnutiiii, mm ino mi urn tutu ten of Ilia State atlttit. (lift law ill nt present administered, woman In deprived of certain imturnl ri;;ht, which ought t.i bo inseparable from her existence, nml in snli juotod to certain legal disabilities which circum scribe her sphere, nml iliinini.-h lirr ii"ef'uluo?. Deprive 1 of those rights, which werrt originally tisurpcd by II0 limbm,!, mi l subjected lo these s, which wor . , , ., ."... jirt -uikh nwrrv. (if ju njuiii, and II: wiie, aro loguiv, nnd by coim-iuc n.i i .. :. . , i . I iruucu liy 1110 IIUtnniHI. In law. ronhtitutmn. and ,.!.....( ,1.-v. ... ....,! ,. . ., .. hiiii.d iiTij ii...

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. — 13 May 1854

y4S P1t t I fj 1 I.I - MA BUS II. HOBI.T905, Editor. NO tWJO.V WITtt SLAVEUOLOEnS." ANN FEAKSO, Publish! Afs-stff Vol. 9.-xo. 39. SALKM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1851. WHOLE NO. 449, . fl''.lSDtrRrSTl-RBAV,ATSAt.S,0HIO. TK.--1 to m mnnm. r.tsMo In dToo.. X t1 thu lH of lhs Ti'r. 'ifc l" ,,h :"l,h ",h"V llmMliojrwIIKIthrriukOTth thVir frinniU nuo is .nua lu circulation shiod 0"""'"'"li Intended for Inwrtlon. to b. sddmsrd to "' H. Hoiimux, Editor. All ilr w Aax 1'iauox, i-ub- TKRMS OF ADVERTISING. ; On. Sqiltra (I line. ) thrm Inks, " Kurd stMltlonil Insertion, " His months, . , . M " this yer, . ... . ' Two tqtinnn .li months, . . , . . " On. y..r, . . ' . ' . . . , Om fourth olunin on tsar, with prlrtli-n of ch.naln. tl.no lit 4,oo S.OO .no t,is ninthly, . . . ... Iflan ITsIf ontuoin, rhsnirlnK monthly, ..... fcioo M m W--. nil. nmiiiii enjm IIDSI Will M ntM OH T.ar, for It Booth., l. ' J. HUDSON, Pstxtsa. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. RUSSIAN SERFDOM AND AMERICAN SLAVERY. ...

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. — 13 May 1854

ft,. .t..t f . . . .. . t .1 " , . lncm: '"r 1,10 fuT0"" "r t , L. . i i . ' i ' "0M ""'v """" arrive I ;,,rHr!l i '""'y, f arm greetings nd Sir ?mn '( '". hand Urcut laughter. tl ,.' .w,nr " T'.V n, t0 ,,nJ,,, hc.pe ol Ihnti'1' of "tlpinen. -Indeed, w he. T',I, I'onwnl.lfl gentlemen of North Carolina rmtln i "i " in,1f pedant' rrty .1 " j '"ne c'n,,'l",n- which ho had 1 .VI !!! . me ""7' ,1,nt 1 ,in,i myself wns "h.er7 to ht he w throwing osn a r.y, delicate hint to my car, the he would like r J"'?. f1in" "", " "mko "P party twor IJtcnentcd ronrjT-f laughter. 1 do that, at tho cbe of Mi speech, ho said some !rv hard tmnir iifmnii n. .1...1:. y r i i i i i " ' niRniimiiiow. li.it now could I be nuro, thnt lie did not hit these hard thinzn fur no othnr nnriv. i.n u !.;.. ,1 .it around him, aave, of conrso, my own aprrcliciiivp, because kimlrpd and aympathixine, apirit, to that HVntflrual union with mp, which I haw fupporod Tit' "Pnrt wa then incdifjitinrfT rt' I eatd, k little wlulo ...

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. — 13 May 1854

The Anti-Slavery Bugle. r-11-!,-.. " ... ji'i$n.9$. tn tI.i..t"ditor fnmiT hak p wonted luw frvw giving the usual variety, ... . . ! OHIO LEGISLATURE. t i.'M : -.1: -:n j. -,.-.- . II J II 'i nr uHig unini.Tiini ujuiimw wv M tnrMHtiftil ItAftvaa Miinftn And TnPSdftY. ' Till. Colombian thinks that the members behaved bet-j .1.... ....ml The. were not more diiorderlv vr i - : ' thatt usual, atd ),6t fih th he .u.-al number Urtxerunk. Only one leading member had to be rimed oil, W drunk.." Somo of tie' members' . i ..... ' . .... .... , ... ! ' , . , . ' imyiag nna inrowmg aooui vaiuniiis nooas DOiung it la the State, instead of paper balls, as it would ; iecm has boon previous custom. . This we should . think was not only rather "faint praise," and , , . i . , , quite enough tp'jl.unn; anjj .bA legislators, but is quite negative rather "over tho loft." But ben if it is improvemtnt, why, we should of course ...ji., ' - . . i : r be tSai-kW, Jii.:";l V 'Y.'nl lli.l J The IemocracT in th...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 May 1854

Miscellaneous. AN ABDUCTION INDEED! ' With our gentleman' kid glove all mad of ntoYiley-sklns, (as they are,) it is cat "irrelevant to the epoch" to know of what the monkey tribe Id capable. 1 We think It worth while, therefor, to copy passage from paper road before the Ameri can Geographical Society, by Captain Gibson, late ly returned from the Kant Indies, and bringing with him tome now factual to tho tribei of Ornng ou tojtg inhabiting the desert of that part ol the world, llo says. "Mv statement of the extraordinary peouliari Jim of theso apparently semi-human beings, ha led to the expression of no much currositv to xnow ntoreot iliert by wine, and skepticism a to the fact of their existence on the part of oth ers, that 1 hare deemed it due to mywirandto public curiosity to give tome additional facta, along With all tha. 1...aa.:..a a..:j .. . . . ' .. .. .... -"""""i BTiuviiCTj mat nas lallcn under my observation, "While at Miutok, Palembang nnd Bnlavia, 1 heart many rcmnrknble...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 20 May 1854

' AB,M "" "' a-o vmox mra t.m,onr. ax rvAunox, rb.,.h, ij,m: VOL. 9.--NO. 40. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1851. WHOLE NO. 150. SMVERT BUGLE, . rCBLISMKD CVnT SATCBDAT.AtKAtM, onto. tt axis ft, so pr nnnm, rvnll in sdrinc. Or j'i nl itrn end of thi year. w oeoMlonsll.r i'ni miml to tliom wlio sr not'lili rrllirrf.bilt who nrr uMli-rni U a InlircU-.l In tho illini-mln.llnn f intl nlnror.T lruth.llh III. hofK-tl.stth.ijr otllallh-r MibKril Ihtintclrr, or ut. tljoir Inllucuco IveAlvnU It. clrcul.lloD sracii Ih.lr frlrn.l. i :,T A.7o!:',r." 1 1 .1. 1 .. . ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OntSqiisrt (10 llno ) three w(v. l,no i sH.HiIoiiaI Inimrtlnn. . " " His nionllis, .... '' Ona rcmr, . . . . 'T ciUtrtl U months, . . " " On. yinr, ..... Om Fourth column ons yw, with prlt llnra of rbsnttns: 4.0," B on 6.0n s.oo monthly, ....... 12,00 Half tnlumn, rhsnirlnt monthly, . . . 90.00 -Cr.U not trHllnK ttg-lil linos will b. lns.rtotl Sos f osr, for :i,O0j us months, ft. i. 1IUU80.V...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 20 May 1854

WE ARE IN THE MIDST OF A REVOLUTION! I fluid Mr. Clay on ft memorable occasion. Wo revolution, is our response are in the midxt of a to llm lirnmo lit. , ! l- ' mpunw I, ill Vk .. " . "ningtoii on mo ;sclmska: a j !--". hi una mpi "' '""""lcu pastnga or tin, measure j S. "';" . IUI.ol,,,7 10 American ..,.,.. ,rw,iy by the throat. Hitherto it him wu. u in e allowed to grow itnd expand j sine uii tint freedom, until now, at whnt in moment, it springs trom it i ur nml clutehos nt the life of its political a-socialo! in tho Oovrrnnient. no lto-al imsm-intc it engages in a roup detnt, aim ny the uul of northern traitors to liberty, at- tempts tho most iutolcrnl.Ic i; ;urpntiun. Mmulil sureesa attend llm tHnrnmnnt listantn - lu.iV.) open and direct war upon tho institution within tlicir IiiiiiU now an 1 henceforth. It will1 tight against tho admission Into the Union of cither I i a SI no State, and in d .in- this, it will neecs-i in the olecti m of every northern reprcsentntie. n mini n 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. — 20 May 1854

THE CONSUMMATION. The latest Congressional now before goiug to pre, announce that the Huuo ha finally uc ceedcd in fixing thit day (Saturday) fur tlic consum mation of the Nebraska iniquity. And when thin paragraph I renJ, slavery will doubtless have a congressional permit to occupy any part of that immense territory. W have no room for comments tlie fact should nrouse every man to resistance to the dissolution uf thi.-i Union, by which and for which this great wrong is consuinated. MICHIGAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. ADRIAN, May 7th, 1854. Marii-s: Will you find a place in the lluglo for tho subjoined resolution, passed by the Executive Committee of the Michigan Anti-Slavery Society i H,;,Jr.,l Tl.ni I....- i .1 .:.!. . . r dec,, trrief. of e deal of o rZZ TiZA t' it' li t . ... . naiKer.wnose soeielv and n Mors Ainnnir Uuriiig the pait fo r yoy hi. loft an impres . i . - . . . . em hoi io uc cnuccu ny tunc- llrtvlrtd. That the transition to another tphero .f our indufntigiblo and devot...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 20 May 1854

Miscellaneous. From the New Railroad Standant. R. WALDO EMERSON ON FRANCE. Tiir following ' tlio report of tlic lecture recent ly aoiivercil hy Mr. Kinorson in New lSedlord: Aauire, hum nir. Kmcrsxm, linn not ehoen to fmt the best Winn into ono jur. It in placed in man vcRaeiSi o must senrch through it city to timi nil tlit faculties that constitute a man. A French writov hn snid thai it tnkr.t one thousand seven hundred or ou thoiiMiiid oiglit hundred men to make a complcto man, Iho se; educates one class, the mountnin one, Kuropo cub and America another, the whole constituting tho svimuetry ol the roc, niul tho result is n secured soul. Hd thoiihl observe tlic different i.icmhors of this mundane body and m e whnt offices nro served by thonj and particularly by France. Turin i' France. All the rest of tlio nonutry Is but Paris on smaller sonic, an imitation. Tlio English our.i ignition lor Midland, trance e"iitrucleil Paris for t'j world. In Paris the building arc more grand ami na...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 May 1854

1 mm inn ii n n j a ltlaltlUS It. UOniNSON, Editor. A-o i'wo.v irrzr blavuioldeiis;' AM I-t.AK!0,, Piiblislilntr Afrmf. VOL. 9. NO. 41. SALEM, COLUMWANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1S34. WHO MS NO. 151. THE A.ITI'SLIVERT BOOLE, rt'DLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY, AT SALtM, OlltOt TKRMfl. f.!. pr snmini, psvsM. In tilr.nct. Or i .1 III. nd of Dip jrrnr. r,"" own.lon.lljr nnl numl-im to lho. who sr. nntano .rthr., hut who n- ndli-r-l to W lntrrr.tnl In tlx ll.ncnilti.tlon wt stitl.IST.r-r trnth'wlth thi-hor th.l tl,-r vlllrllhrr mitn-rlhr rtiinl, or tu. Iloit Influ.nr. to mend III elr, ul.tloo moiif b.lr frlf nil.. t-r Cn-n-n-tn--.ton. Intend) fir Inwrtlon. to t .iMrf.rif-l ts Mlin R. Hosi-ngs, KJIlor. All oilier, to Attn I'situo. Pub- TERMS OF ADVERTISING. On. Sqn.ra fin line. ) thrwi wrV, 1.00 A.m rh ulillllonU ltt.(rtlotl. . Rl montlii, ' n vinr, . . Two squsrM .It months, . . On. roar, Oo. Fourth roliimn on. jnr, with prlrlloit of Clianrlnf lonlhljf ll.lf rMumn, rli.nvlnr monthlr. 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. — 27 May 1854

TWENTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. REPORTED BY WM. H. BURR. Tin Ttmiii Plni A ,.f .1.. a : Anti-Slavery Society was lield in tlie Broadway I niversnlist Church, on Wednesday, Mnv pHli.! The church, at the honr of mcctir was wrilfllM After a Voluntary on tl.o organ, tlio President, Mr.l called tlio Society to order, nod nn-! If III llff.il llinl. it, n..i..iril,n...M ..-til. .... ...,h.n selections would now bo read from the Scriptures by the Hey Samuel J. May, of Syracuse. Selections from tlio Scriptures were then read by Mr. M.vv, w ho also offered prayer; iil';cr which, the congregation united in sinking a hymn coin pnsej by Mr. Follen, rii 1 J.CKsoy. tho Trcisurrr of thfl S '''' then gave tho following abstract of tlio Annual lieport, which, bo said, was eertilicd by Jus. S. Gibbons, ca-.hior of tho Ocean Hank. RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR. From Donation, rale of Pamphlet", mid Sub scriptions to Anti-Slavery Standard, nnd balance from last year Sll.li'1 EXPEN...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 May 1854

THE CONSUMMATION. Slavery hag ngnin triumphed ns when, fur the Inst half century, has It not? Tlio Nr.nn.vsKA Bn.l, has PASSED 1 It passed on Tuesday nt 11 o'clock. So fur n Congress hns tlio power, it hns extended slavery over the wholo of that vnt territory. Cit izens of tho North who would seek for homes in the West, must go clscwhoro or find them ninoiig slave. Tho whole territory is to he cursed with ignor.inco'ilnd blighted by Indolence, which oppres sion always fosters. Tho poor nmn is to bo robbed of tho soil fur culturo tho laboreris to bo defrauded of his hiro the stripes of the brutal nvtrscor aro to locornto tho backs of innocent men of helpless womon, and of tender infancy on everv foot of; its soil. Tho auction block is to bo sot np in every cornor whore merconary men-thieves nnd pirates sco fit to establish it human being nre to bo trafficked for like bruto bensts, nnd tho holiest nfToctions sun- dorcd for gain. A ban is to bo placed upon liWtv. lnnwlc.ltre nnd "n..re...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 May 1854

Miscellaneous. DEATH IN THE ATTIC. Darkness rest liko a pall upon tho streets. Which are now deserted. The busy throng which has swept tho thoroughfares until Into at liiirhL has censed to (low, and tho great metropolis no longer throhi its living tido through tho nccustomcd ar teries, 'flic mow hns locn felling fast fur nn hour, nd tli sharp gusts sweep round tho corner and go wailing down the dim avenues, ns if sorrowing for human woo. The lamp lights gleam pnlo nnd ficht urn inrnuen mo storm. 1 ho Po iceman, or Borne reveller, nnd tho winds, nlouo disturb '.he silence th:it reigns. Turn towards where tho lepers of want nnd vice havo gathered, n if in sympathy. Tho foul crater U n'-tivc, lor its more deadly fumes nscend in the larkncs of the night. Down below the surface "I the firth. .nro pit-., where tho ruffianly nnd tho vilo rtro nt their rovels. Thoro is n fnintdenlhly jlnre from tho dirty w indows, nnd in spito of tho wintry blast, nn occasional breath of tho rum hole reekin...

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. — 3 June 1854

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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. — 3 June 1854

l)t lnli-Oiat)cr) Bugle. Snlrnt, Ohio, Jmii 8, 131. WHAT IS TO BE DONE? Our resutancn to tlio Nebraska bill las proved Uselea. -Tlio bill has passed. It in law. What now run we do, cry tlio despairing and Hie indolent, hat pan wo do, also say the earnrt'.-uilndodi 1 n wur answer n rcadvi Dissolve partnershin With llie ' faithless traitnr. who trntiJiate their bonds with the slininclr-ss despots, who covet the whole earth, that they may strew it w ith chain. Do not trouble J ourselves about the wild and prairies of N'cbranka, but close in a death-lock with slacry. North thunder in the cam of the South, the only proposition she can honorably or honestly mike- DISSOLUTION- or ABOLITION'. AMiti-m, im timliaU end 'ntirt. Our unions shall be only with freemen. Wo shall scorn the allinnrt1 of tyrant, as we scorn to he slaves. If the South insits upon our blind of nuion the Cnli'tiiutii n nl-oml which exact or us slavcholding siul slave-cabbing and which jhey slrft.li into flnvo-cxlcnding. ...

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