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

blade enveloped in tho original brown paper. T ... ii...: r ..,. ...i......n1 nicked un by the ofliecri. and were deposited in the Center Watoh-lfouse. Shortly after the death of Mr. Batcheldor, Cor oner Smith took charge of the body, and w ill hold u inquest to-day. My order of the Mayor the Boston Artillery and the Columbian Artillery were ordered out, and About midnight they took quarters In tho City Hall, where they remuiiicd during the night, waiting further orders. SATURDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. From the Boston Traveller, May 27. The Court-House this morning had the aspect of beleagnrod fortress. At an oarly hour a vast crowd was gathered upon the outside, which though oxhlhiting no yiolenco of action, gave ex pression to tlioir icenngs upon tus suiijcui in mir .ml slint. There is a wound on his head, and also several wounds in his abdonion, one probably by a, knifa and tht other bv a nistol. which a person , this morning comes forward and testifies was fired i from the crowd. Thoro ...

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. — 3 June 1854

[Continued from First Page.] Amy ToM, Rochester; S. II. Guy, Statcn Island; Fram-I, Jackson, Bstnn? Hubert Purvis, Rjhorrvjmittco, Pa.'; Lydia Molt, Albany ; C. L. Rcinond, Salem, ! Mass.; Snrnli Pugh, Philadelphia; Abby K. Foe-J tor, Woroheitcr ; Samuel J. May, Syracuse. lommilfee on ttnnnc- Jus. Miller McKmt, i Philadelphia! Rowland Johnson, New York ; S'u- un 11. Anthony, Rochester; James W. Lngncn, Syraeoe; Josephine S. Griffing, Salem, Ohio; Lnu rcn Wetmnre, New York. Committee oh Officer for the tnsuing year KJ hinnd Qiiincy, Dcdham, Mass.; Andrew T. Fosa, New Hampshire! Ana Fairbanks, llhode 'land; Ewd. SpnMiiig, Connecticut ; 1'liny Sexton, New York i Allen agnew, Pennsylvania , Jacob Walton, Michigan. Amutinf Kcrelnrif Siimuel May, Jr., Boston; Charles S. 8. (Iriliiinj, Ohio. After a single amendment, Incorporated above, the Committee's mport was unanimously adopted, I'ev. S, .1. Mat, of Pvractise, moiod that the Scnti-Annual Meetinjr of the Society next autumn I 1e held In...

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. — 10 June 1854

f . r T. f a'iSw rA..d, rtit..i-ir '.;:;; Rtiltlt It. ItOdlHtSON, Editor. Aro IWO.T wfif slAVBitot.vsttft." WlIOLfc Kd: 453. VOL. 9.X0. 43. SAL12M, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1S3 i. irrTnUNir18' " Trr- T -r- r r , Tfll ItlTI.SH f BRI BOO LE, rcBttsHUDirntsr SATCRDAr, ArsAim,onio. ffflKM9.-f1.50 per snmtm, p.vnttl lo Brivanr. Or 1 M IM ond of tlin ymir. . wo occ.limsllT privl mitnbcri. to thus who sro not sot. yenbort.bttt who sr. MlrrH to be Intorowted In thodlpinmlnfttlnn f nll-(lTory truth.Xlh IbohoprtliM lliry wlllclthraohiH-rllK th..lr, or me thrtr Influence to .stend IU clirulstlca among Urlr rrleuds. I S-Onwimiinl-tlnntlntfnden' for lnMrlloa, to ho .iilre.Ar.1 to Siisiot K. Ron,, Ldltor. All other. HA Pr akjuw, rub- TERMS Ot ADVERTISING. Oso qaro (1 Ilnoi ) thM walks. Jl.uO r.m-p nuMTiHnu in..ruon, " " " l mmlllll, . . ' " On. ywir, . Two num l nwnth, . . (. " On. yr-ar, . . ' . . Oat Fourth column out your, with prlrllrgt of ch.Dglng i. roontlil, .. uTf colum...

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. — 10 June 1854

From the Columbian. LETTER FROM SAMUEL LEWIS. BaoTiua Rin: ou may U surprisoJ to see who it ccrtninly on th confine of eternity, I lerest himself In I lilt world' affairs, liut so It I;' Uvaui auxiiily in Mforono to the great Interest j one interest . without any teuton to expect more tlmn a tempora- ry relief from extreme pain, and a few week, pot-1 jsuly month ol lite, l cannot aivwt mvFoll ol an i,t Humanity, ami especially ft these Interests are to bo affected l.jr the acliuu oi mv own country-1 liien. To me, our twcrnnwnl presents no new asncrt it 1s ttt pursuing w tamo measure that have engaged its attention the last twenty year. Slavo-' holder hud down M ail admitted principl... that slavery wa tl iwl oonduion fur the lab iring man; lht U n &. true coni-ervativo prineiple in our government j lmt thq Crot and chii fct obieet, intercuts and glory of our e.mntry, rciulred all utir tboub be directed to evtend and ptrpe-:f tHrory. ta tint doetriiio totr h ading fK.l.ii- cian o...

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. — 10 June 1854

OVERBEARING INSOLENCE. The F.xecntivti at Washington ti&f teen fhnrged rith planning and executing the Boston slave hunt, of last Week, an A sort of model chase, to show the So11i jfist what could bo done for slavery by a Xortheru Democrat and his cabinet, thus clinching TM lAnim fur Another Presidential term. Whether Wits is slander or not, wo do not know. . t he Prosidont ia doubtless capable of any crime which. Ana be politically committed, to eecure a continuance of place and power, and hie Cabinet are kindred souls. Since their business is slave catching, we see no good reason why they should not get np n sort of premium man-hunt. Certainly such an one has como off, whoever planned It. - The Star, of Washington, is one of the Presiden tial organs, that fattens upon Rxccutivo patronage. It lalrarcd for Snltle's success in Boston, by Attempt ing to get up A niiib in Washington to iiitimiduto the only truly horoie men in Washington. Tho Star says : Tho insane idiots who conmos...

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 June 1854

Miscellaneous. THE DREAM ANGEL. One tbt bright sngel, a noes duty it U to weteh ever the happiness oi men ths guardian angel of the world drew near the throne of the Heavenly Father, and nnnl : "Give me, 0 rather, a mesne by which I may teach man a way how to avoid. In part, at least, the ' many lini and temptations which tha fall hath sn tvlled upon him ; Tor mas it not always had. At iM hit heart i ready to receive tha 'good which It'ht eternal might fa'i upon him." Then the Father spoke to the angel, and laid: Hire him the Preani." The sweet angol flew over the world with b'u lifter, the Dream. Far and wide they inroad the r en tie influence. end the heart of life-weary mortnla were rejoiced. But the eoft breitbingt of the Dream Angel fell auae on an. io the zio4 na J gentle, who had tank to rest ami 1 the blettings of their loved nnci, and whose lumber wm deepened ly the toil of good deedi which they ha l done, there came enft and eilent glim pec i of the f.ir land of light. For...

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 June 1854

T . 7- 4 IKII9 K. Bl"05f, Efitor. tfo r.to.v wrn sLAVEuoLDr.ns.' AVIIOLi: ftO. 454. VOL P. XO. 41. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNK 17, 1S54. 4 a-v if rai iiri-iiircii ittit, rmwira r .ri mtr r. r mw. h jo. PIV wwiiiwitfcTTW wiirt tt -flu rhf t 1 rt-w i " trttll. ;! it tint ttit-i th- tit-wT-iW wk.w m mm- tltvjr hiflttmi.- ! rxuiuc iV flirru..tts, mrrmf Jest t-rlt I TAX F AltVrSTlSlSG. 4tw fkqoBir r ftano 'vtTi IlltaWletlfl, I. tntillm. ------- Hr "Htm "tHTf-iiir twtnt'liW. iinwv mis-nni. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. MR. SUMNER'S LAST SPEECH. ON THE NEBRASKA BILL. 36t. Tnnir-T J i V now tieafy lui Ju'-bl. At I auif iwu- t.tfur rT a iwswiob drawn out to wnaorns- tsauei iotvr"ku 3 alinll ln.l luurne the senate bv aenrunraut- IWc ie a tutu hrr ail uui,r, and tlie iw.4iw.iiH l,u. t'i .1m..,h t.iBt 11 in .it' NrniHiTi.. j. 1 w . nut u .r .1 ' 1 111 ' 'I v uru ui.u atinie. S'Jir bill wiii.:h tlier snstiihl I opiKwe. u t.fraaar ssauasuna I iwl jt ,.y arrniuent. wtiicb, 4. iiai -rnnig....

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 June 1854

I Jready mtiro than jiiOlW! vunmaor tne ilimioi a ixnt inn i.r th nom.lv. M. 1 1 , . , , , , ; - . ... . .. n Was knocked down III tho street by ono of the: aiaraliiil posse aj it in credibly sutmusod. The . 11 C l,",,yhnvcl,c f'l','f A1 " '.?,"'' a bull, hjj. attacked 11 1 respectable citi-en in Huston vl'! ,,;-,uuf,,cr 1 f"'" " v '" "'"T"'","' I Oil I'tllltlflt IMIIIilult h M ll....l(. n.tn ' nu (I, a I - --............,,...,,,,, ,,, m,,,.. ."- Marshal had about him in su di btisiurss without j r, ' (," ..., . i 1 1 1 " , l io property ot tho town. We shall hear Iroin! .Mi. .i itai n -.noeincie 11 is : mo nrmv oi tlio l nitea Mates, thn solilicrs of IViston sending n in 'iucti-.it m in into slavery 1 What a lusson to K'ui t u ii U-rsl.iml this. There neirr was so iniuh Hiitihivery f'-tling in lto-.li.ii hifote ne'er so ...u..ii ii.uiiii.uioii in my nny. ii ik taw nun ui , ,1,.lc"1,t ' I'lto slavery 1 hat a lesson to tli ehildicn in tho Suiid.iv Sehimls to tho varnnl eluldreii on t...

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 June 1854

REMOVAL OF THE CAPITOL. lilnia lli hK.Mwn nf (l,a Vnl.MtU loll. lAVUFIll .... ,.r..6. ... . ... , v..., i of tl.e pApers nrc proposing tlm removal of the tit.d from Wnsldneton. to some id.we in the fur went. Tl.e caazing, the insult nnd threats to lrhiuli all in CotigrcM nrc subject, who unro in nnj, manner to bo frco in thoir iittcrntictv is cnnwiicing' nnJ. it. .1,.1-a Imlilinn1 tUv 1h no i.lui o: wherein in lrirlshito f-r freedom. ! Wo And the folIowiS aitorll colloquy on this; u1.Si.ot in tlin Loader ! Tl.nl will Ve i'.. JtiT llcmnTfl UiO Capitol I next ronolvo of the North. Clceetand JascIct. Whcro will vim nut it ? AVI.n wn..i !t xvi.J m. l l.n..A it ii .v ...... - . , ,.. ui..o uniu uu uiui ursi. cm. j.iiqutnr. llemovo it to Detroit, nnd nnncx Canada, if tho privileged nristnornrv intend to soredo from tho I'nion, and put Wji.'ll. Sk ai.u in the new White! lloiiKei or, rcn.ovo t to fcft. Luuin if Ihcv cm.1 content tl.en.selve, " i..i fiTklUS nnd ' put Old bullion in tho IMiui...

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 June 1854

Miscellaneous. From Dickens' Household Word. THE HERMIT OF DAMBURGVILLE. Not very long ago tlio course of duty carried ino nhrond nnd I spent some time in a littlo continen tal town which, if you please, I w ill call Iatiitiu r-yille- Cittnpoli, although it may hive been neither in Holland, Gorniany, Franco, Italy nor Greece. 1 am about to tell the true tnlo of u person living in that town, nnj wish no to do without directing anybody's eyes toward hiin. In the parish church of Ilambiirgville Cittapoli, mass la cclcliriito.l so much 1 nm obliged to snv -and at that chucli 1 w n i-.i the habit of attending lirertv rPTtilmlv. I used tit mo llirrp a vnrv d, votit looking man who tins never absent from his place, nnd whose humility ol bearing and extreme seriousness of demeanor" fixed upn him a good deal of attention. Jlo had tho figure and the movements of a tolerably young man, nt any rate of a man under forty, but he seemed to bu sixty years old in tho face, I thought, when I used to ...

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 June 1854

MA HI IS II. KOBINSO'V, Editor. A O t'AVO.V H7T S. .11 77 Ol.Tr.RS:' ax rE.iitsoS',- mMUiiing Areai. VOL. 0, XO. 45. SALEM, COLUMBIAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY JUNK 24, 1834. "V HOLE XO. 455; TAB ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, rCBLISKlD EVEnr fATl'ni)AV, ATSALtM.OUIO. TKlUt-l.- 1 ,ftO per annum, rumble In adratire. Or J.' at tho cn.l of (he j. ar. f?" we nn-n.lnn.illr .pn.l nmnl.'-r. to tlmte wlin ara hittiul asrlb.r. but lio aro b"H-v,.. to lir Intoro.tcl In llioll.srmlnntnn ef antl-iLvorr truth. '.irllll tin-lin-..- that they ill'ithriiiihcrlhc thimf4rei, or u.c their Intlu-'tite to extern! ita vircuJalluu aiuum-Ibt-lr frUmln. JCoimninl'iaHons Intpndfvl f )r Innrrtlon. to be aMr-a.cd to at mica H. liml-laux, KJitor. All other, tu Asa i'autsoK. Pub-Ur.ti-r Agent. TKIlM-j Or ADVEuTISIXQ. 'OnaSquart. (IS line. three ttoekf, t.00 j-;a:-ti 1: h sd'HiluUfcl lnertiuti. . a - nix mnut. One rar, Two oqqftrM "ix mnnthi, " One .ir. - - e!w Mo On Fourth Column Oil Tr. with lirliltnva of rl.tntrlni )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. — 24 June 1854

Salem, Ohio, June 94, 1831. THE TEST OATH. Tho Nebraska bill contains enormities, which, in tho stunning rush of its first discovered iniquity. were ovorlookod. Probably its mod denr-sighted and jealous enemies havo not yet learned of all its abomination. Certainly human genius and skill cannot calculate its terrible consequences fur evil. - Tho New York Evening Tost calls attention to the 23d section of the bill, which 1 as follows: Hoc. 23. And be it farther tneftcd, Tliat every frco white male inhabitant above the i of twenty- mo. VI11M u-lin 1.1, 1.11 t.A .........t ! . I . , , ,, ;,,.. j . . - temtnry, and Mull possess tho qualifications hero- inartcr preecril.!, shall 1, ciltled to etc ol the jn-.it dcrtuin, and shall bo eligible to any office with- . : " , ; " "" ri'smcni ui saiu lit' tho said territory! but Urn niniilfi.-niinna ..r in uiu nui. i lerrimrv! nut t ie nim i tii.nl nn ..r voters, and of hol.ling office, at all subsequent dec- shall be such us shn l bo proscribed ...

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 June 1854

Communications. LETTER FROM JOSEPH BARKER. The numerous friends of Mr. and Mrs. li n ker will rr-joico to lenrn from tlie lottor below, of tlioir snfenrrival in England. Mr. B., Is, as tliis letter linIich.tos, tho hearty foo of slavery of every char acter, mid wherever found whether It be spiritual, political, or chattel slavery, nnd whether it bo fonm) on this sido tlio Atlantic or tlio otlicr, its lia'oful identity ho every where detocts, nnd abhors, nnd from him it can expect no quarter: Bettev, Staffordshire, May 2."), 1854. Mr Dkah Friend: Wo got safo here on Sat urday evening, May 20th, ten days nftcr leav ing Hostun. Wo had a favorable voyage. Wo hud no Ntorni, no strong head-winds, no serious ncci dents. What narrow escapes we hnd, wo cannot tell ; for much of the time wo sailed through n thick mist, which would not nllow us to see what dangers v.oro around us. Indeed, tho mist was itself our only danger. When it cleared away, wo found ourselves surrounded by icebergs. On ....

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 June 1854

Miscellaneous. STORY OF THE DAISY. Listen to mj story ! In i the enuutry. clo. by the road-side, there stand a mmnter-house yoa must certainly have een it. In front in little garden full of flower. Inclosed by white paling ; and on the tank out ide the paling there crew, amidst the freshest ?Ton rM- ''"'o o"T. The hii shone tu brightly and warmly npon the daiy M npon the speendid Urge flowers within the garden, and therefore it grow hourly, so that one morning it etood fully open, with it delicate, white famine leaves, which like rajs, surrounded the little yellow un In llie centre. it never occurred to the little Oowrr that oo one saw hidden a she wa among the grass ; she was Quito contented ; shfl turned toward the warni sun, looked At It, and listened to the lark who wan tinging in tlie air. The daisy Wss its happy a il it were the day wf some high festival, and yet it was only Monday. The children were at m ho.il ; and while they rat npon their foruis, and learned their Icsons, ...

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 July 1854

ftjNiijjjjttiIltf . A a - r - - : ' -1 r ' i. r .:. .1. MA It I US It. HOUIftSOX, Editor. " no r.vo.v nm slaveholders," t . Aft! PEAIiSO.N, I-ublUlnlnff Ardl 'VOL. 9. NO. 46. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY JULY 1, 1351. "tVHOLK NO. 156.' TIIEA.NTI-SUVERY BUGLE, 1 l'l'BMMIEDEVeriV5.m-PD.r,ATS.Ut,011IO. TERMS. il,M ficr nnnum, pavabl In d?ne. . O $ at tlm end of Uiv .vnr. Wi oivMiounltr wu.l nu.nlM.Ti, to tl.ote hrt urn not.ut trritjuru. but who aro tivli.roO. to be fntcroituil In tlipdinnntnliinLlnn of ami 'laTcry truth. with the hope Hint thi-y Kill nit In-r iiIitII thtunMlvr. or us ttiotr innuuDc to elteud its circulation anions their frirnds. 9UMimun-ation. IntnudM for Innnrtlnn, h bo ftitjrcmtp to .Hinuij It. lloni.lsoN, Editor. All others to A.N.1 l'tlRSo.T, fulj- IE K.MS OF ADVERTISING. DneSuuaro (10 line ) tlin.-t wrek. $1.00 25 4.'J. '" Kmh additional inncrtion, . " " . Sin monthi 1 " Ono yi nr, . . . Two rquaro nix months, . ' . . . . l-it. . . vino j-tiur, . . ......

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 July 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVE H Y BUGLE. SLAVERY UNPROFITABLE FOR THE PEOPLE. Extract from the speech of Theodore Parker Wore ,the New York Anti-Slavery society, Mnv, 12th, 1854 1 Slavery is unprofitable fur the people America n paucor for Slavery. 1 am speaking in tho great focus of American commerce tho third city fur population and riches in the Christiun world. Let c, therefore, talk about Dollars. America, I ny. i poorer for Slavery. If the three and a qunrtcr millions of slaves were freemen, how much richer would she her lliero ,4 uo fvaio in the Union but it is poorer fur Mavery- It is a bad tool to work with.. The educated fiecuien is the best working power in the world. IVinpare the North with the South, and seo what a difference in riches, comfort, education. See the superiority of the North. Hut the South started with every ndvuntago of nature soil, climate, everything. To make tho caso plainer, let me take two great Stato, irginia and New York. Com pare them together. Jit geographical ...

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 July 1854

Till ANTI-SLAVKRY 1 UGLE. A SCHEME TO DISSOLVE THE UNION. - Tho Louisville Courier copies the accompanying nriicle from Hit Now York Express, with th ac company iug oommeiits : Under this startling caption we publ'ndi in in other column a letter of tlie Washington corres pondent of the New York Express. Of course we cannot toll what rolianco is to bo placed upon tins publication. It mnt have some basis in truth and it may he nil fintaiu. The Editors of the Etprens, however, and they nro gentlemen of political ex perience nud ability, treat the muttor seriously. Hence, there is we "fonr, something in tho report. If to, Ood help the. trait'' , lot him coino from the North or tho South, that uids or abets in the slightest degrco, in this nefarious transaction. It is treason Against liberty and tho rights and hopes of humanity. We are suro that tho man who fa vors tho scheme of secession or dissolution, hot only Masts all his political hopes but jeopardizes the'safety of his head. . It ...

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 July 1854

THE ANTI-SL A VERY BUGLE. Miscellaneous. THE RESOURCES OF JAPAN. Foremost 'itmotig tli resources of Japan nro its fisheries.'' The stn Mid Its productions, we believe, contribute fully ns much to the sustenance of the natives as ih the fruits of tlieoarlh rit-o, perhaps, excepted. One of tlicir production has tt Value which is not tntifincd to the spot, but extends to nit to our enterprise, nnd our trade we mean the liahvur, ft thoy call'if, kmMn. There in nothing of which Ciicii extensive nsO is mndo by the Japan ese, "both for rich nnd poor. It is found nil around Wap.in, but particularly in the sea Kcuin.,;io, the most hnjioitant territory of tho Umpire; and it hlin prevails" In the islands of Tsussinin nnd Goto, noil upon the const of Oiiiura nnd Noino. These whiles not only ail'ord oil in great Abundance hut their flesh, which U considered very wholesome nnd nutrition, is largely consumed, fto part of mew, iiiuceii, is tnrown awny all is made avail able to some useful purpose o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 July 1854

- . f the Jtmlxitoefi in r b a h y 19 ; MAUI US R. UOBINSON, Editor. so r.vo.v irnr slavvuoldehI" AXX rr.AKSOX, rublUlilng Afeni. - r-T-riTjx-i AVIIOLE NO. 457. VOL. 9. NO. 47. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY JULY 8, 1854. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT SALEM, OHIO. TKRM3 J1.60 fer annom. pflTMe Id aJTtnrt. . Or $? at tho otul oi' llio tear. If W OTnilonnliy unnl nnmb'cm tft thnp who mm not"1 . Mrtburi, bat who urn belie veil to Uo liiierotiKl In t1ie1WrcniinMt'u of witl-ildTcrT truth, with the hope Hint thv either MuWrit thorn ol tom, or ate thoir lull u nee to Aloud It circulation among lhlr frlondl. 4tCoHnnnn1'aatloii intonuoi fur Insertion, tu uo aiHrfWu to Jtf &jitC4 H. Kobinso.1, Kdltor. All othcra to Asm Pka&svk, Pub lUhlnf Aircnt. IfcU.3 AII liil.31.U. O04 Squar (10 line tliri-. wunki. $1,011 2b 4, Ml 6,m) t,w 6,00 - - Ml Kih ndJItlc niU Insertion, " (ill luintu, .... On yonr, Two Piutrol ix month., ..... M " One year, ..... Om Fourth r...

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 July 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. '.rh. Ne entirely agreed with hid cullooguo as, the character of the memorialists. Among them were thoe who find acquiesced in the cmnpiomisc incaurcs of 1 -Thcro wcro there also those .npapril in the pre.it mercantile interest. It wns that gn at interest which, intuo history ot r.nglanil, ! wire arrested measures for tho prevention oH Alp ine shivery. Twice had it. checked the hu- efforts of . ilhurforeo to break up tlio Al'ri- can sl.uo tindo. It m the snmo groat interest wlitc.t, I nun sordid motive, had in the constitution tho I nitod Siatua kett (or 20 yenrs the same l;c.ivr,i i.ffeiidin-; trulhe from the judgement ( the people. 1 1 o In I spoken ngainst the o..,t,vCn.ivcl.iw Iicm nd elsewhere. He wns 1ro to avow it. Tor so doing, ho would not throw Imvelfnpon tlio judicmeiit of Senate fresh t'.Mill the passage of the Nebraska, act. Inn would t!i - nv himself upon the judgment of his country extract rr, i ins Mod. llo then rcid numerous from his former s...

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