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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 July 1854

- THE A N T I - S L AT E 11 Y B U G L E . The Anti-Slavery Bugle. Salem, Ohio, July 8, 1854. ANNIVERSARY NOTICE. The Twelfth Anniversary of tlio Western Anti f hivcry Society, will bo held in Salem, Ohio, com mencing nt 10 o'clock, on tlio morning of tho 20tb of aud continuing probably three 'lays. EDMUND QUINCY. of Roston, in ntnong tho speakers expected to bo in attendance Tlio distinctive principles and measures of tlio Western Socioty arc more limn ever commending themselves to the consideration of the thinking part of community: "No union withslarotw.ldcrs," is beginning to ho regarded by very many ns a ne cessary measure fur the preservation of northern rights. And it is hoped thai at a time- liks the present; when the agressions of slavery have he come more .uirngcotis than ever before, every f".!:nU of liberty shnll be found at bis post, pre pared to renew bis pledges against oppression, and tdmsko-now naoriticcs, and greater for the cause of freedom. BENJ. S. JONES, Rec. Se...

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 July 1854

Miscellaneous. [From Nichols' Journal.] CONFUCIUS. Jor. nn.J ruin tlioi,hilof.oi,Ucr whose of legislation and pure system of j dueei tlicm. lho device was a CoNrvcu, or, more properly, Kopg-futre, was born iu the kingdom of Lu, now province of slinngtong, about five hundred and fifty years before the Christian era. Ha was of the rnvnl family of Shang, and was therefore entitled by his birth to a superior education, and publia employ ments. Marvelous stories arc told of his love ol study, in his youth, and tho oxtrenio rapidity with which he ncuuirod useful knowledge. Tho sub jects that most interested him wore thoso connect ed with politics, morals, and religion. It is re- tuirkablo that ho is represented to lmvo had not only a large head, but ono strinini-W developed in the regit 11 of the moral i.o?itinients. He waa tlio only Bun of t woman of illustrious birth, though h'u father, a covornmout olficial, had other wives and children. Confucius, in his nineteenth year, married, n.'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. — 15 July 1854

lit. J1ULL. hje (..: .1' " DI UIIl'S I. ItOBI.'VSON, Editor. " A'O VXtOSt WITH 8L.U EIIOLT)F.ns:i A!HH 1'E.iltSOiVt iMiMlt.ltliiil' VOL. 9. NO. IS. SALEM, COLUMIUANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY JULY 15, 1854. WHOLli NO i , . i I ' ' I t I i I t i i f ' ' i' t aaSu J THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT SALEM, OHIO. TBRM9. ft, 50 par annum, payable In atTanca. Or M st tho end of the roar. - Wa oocnlooolly icnil nuo.lwr to tboa vlio arfl notaob erllwM, but wlio arc twIUtreil to bo intorwt.il In thailkpi'mlnatlon of autl lrr truth. kh tlu hope tlint tliojr wllloltliir anbacrlbo th.uKolvan, or u tluilr l.illuoiice tooxtonU It circulation aino.ig Ibolr frknilH. ... ... . -Ootnnr.l"tlontr.hnuit for Inwrtlorl. to In- atMrr-joo' to Miami II. Hoai.isox, JMIt.ir. All etlinr. to I'ixhiok, 1'ub. lulling Agnt TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OnaH.tuaro.Mo lino 1 tlm we!f. " Each aiMIUonal loaortlon. ' ' 2: , Six month i, .C .- if Ono year, ' - e Two aquarca "I month) , -,...

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 July 1854

THE ANTI'SLA VERY BUGLE. nsco.npnrcdwilh th northern Stale , n.i.Wrnm ..- . t; ,.r s..nih I anil huh. fin It in r nintfrr I occasions, fpeiiking by iiiw vi j - i ';". 'I'Mk'nn ' "'"" cs "',0. Representatives in i Congress i hj her histormn;7ufo .y nn eminent citixen, we Imvc tlr Nssiou i licr fitifl nut u i I r of weakness, lint that this wenki,js whs caused by shivery. Ami vet, in tho face of this cumulative mid imimprncn-iMo testimony, ti are unUod to listen, in tin) American Senate, to u high fiy rirt!i?f trotn a venerable Senator, that Ameri ciin independence was nehcived by tho arms and treasure of"lav?hulJig poiniiiii'nitira " nn as sumption, baseless os tho fabric of n vision, in anv w iy it may be interpreted; whether lift meaning l,.UOI IIIIIL IIIUC1ICIII dependence was achieved bv those uitheni Nates, which were the Peculiar l.mnn i,l l.ivcry, or that it was nchciVod by any strength or intliimioc' w hich Ciiiiio from tlint notions source, Nr, 1 speak here lor a Commonwealt...

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 July 1854

THE A Ijt T I -,S L A V E It Y BUGLE., A PLAN. AA'c earnestly cojiijJCjxl thg fojjowing to tlie nt tention of those wlio Arc now laboring to form an nnU-slaVcVy' party in this" country. Slaveholders .I....... i . . .1 i i .... i. MillnhMys lmyctl.o i,lvni,tnft(onJ profit by it, until ouf political Action. Is "ttibstantiafhi mtjAf - tionarg". The slnvclmldlng partof the constitution, lia'sgtittobc fiifmally tifiolishcd, or disY'.'j.'nrdcd and nullified bv slate action. The article U from tho pen of the C'ireportding Editor of the Anti-Slavery Standard. It furnishes what quili!" s l.tvo' so long called for "n plan." ANTISLAVERY POLITICS. Ihevo S3CHH to have been a very general feclinir of pleasure ninun,: decent men of till iiariie nt ;hc Xprth, oxiluding ouly.tha sordid wretches, in each loul thoin to lick tho hand of a and to iii their fans in tho liminchcs. a Hying slave with ucli exceptions, tbero nn- pwra to havo beon a unanimoiu suti, faction nt the way in which Mr. Sumner defen...

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 July 1854

T II E A N T 1 - L A V E it Y 1J U G Ii E . Miscellaneous. ONLY TWO OF US. BY MRS. ROBINSON. I'VE m4o an arrangement fur you to spend a j rtvy out this week," observed Stiiiiro Crosby, as i Ytt wifo a placing dinner upon tlio table. J IIiifl von T 1 in Mjrrv. fi.r I fear I shall he too' busy to fultiil it," she rejoined, in a alight tone of regret. i' Busy n'rout wlintt" testily exclaimed the! speaker. ' I would respectfully inquire, for sonto-. limn the hundredth time, what you can v U-u len t 'possibly find to du It seems to me that you must realty sutler from want of exorcise. 1 1 do, undoubtedly," said Mm. Crosby, dryly t "IiMtt't U. i.tl.ern-inn." rnnlinueil the St'unro. decidedly. "It in a comparatively idle life woman to attend to a few household cares." j " A few household cares 1" VY.is. niv dear Mis. Crosby, and tho washing. put in into the bargain. hut a laborious i.usi. ness 1 S Nino t r ncouaintcd witn bia .nl.i.M s I. lit at thn satiMt time I mil willintr to i allow tl...

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 July 1854

A. 1 o sty PI iltll'S It, coitl.t'SOX, Editor. " A'O V.MtKV Willi .Si ll lilt 01. 1 1 !. .' . . ' ' VOL. I). NO. 19. SALKM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHiO, SATURDAY .HLY '2-2, is:, t. wnou: xo. loiv TUB A Ji T I S L A V F, R Y BUGLE, ITBLMIIKtl El'tnVSlTL nDAV, ATSALEU.OIUO. I'KIIMS.. Sl.nO eir imnum. nrxlilo In QdTnnce. Or nt tl- en.l of li.r vctir. w oi'i-a-lmally .cn.l nnml-cr" I. thnFr who nn. ltiitiuil. Mbon.biit w!i. iirrlii lictmi in inlntrrcinl in Mii-'ll'mlnntloii If RUll..tkVL-V If Utli. Will, tin hmif. tht tl,it trillnllliMr unliaorllio ih0 n.iro,.n;u.ii, .irV, o .,,c.,i,,..i 1,.; ;. ,, n,, , ,; ii.Hrrrn.i.. , , ,, ,, nvHiri ii. H'liiisu.i, Kiiiuir. All ouiom to Ann rtir.sos, rim-1 U.hlnir Atfcnt TERMS OF APVF.llTI.ilXG. OnoSiiare (In II tlirr wci'(., - - k. -li .iljmounl Insnrtlun, " " Six muullij, .... Ono yi-nr, Tiro MitArM lx 'uioiilhii, ..... " Ono yoar, - ..... . Onp Fourth column ono year, with prlvllc'P of clmnslii I monthly. llnlf column, phniMlne monthly. fl,no i 12.00...

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 July 1854

T IL M A N T I - S L A V K R Y 15 U (, I. 15 . w,tuxom,ia,,,,'o', ,mw,,"rUy ,in'1 i,ui'i'i"' I ' t, , , ., . , , , . I. ArW-W, 1 l,a wo liail with gladnesnnd gratitudu tlio anniversary of that gh.rioi.i .lay when tl.o CnnjrrcM of tho ( ..iifcdcratmn impr-H- sed tho fnithwcstcrii Jcirilnry that " r- ui.wiico.ii lM-mtom which ha given character find eoiv.pienco to five groat States, now con- t.n n K.. ...111!..... ..r r ..... i..n.iu ...I.IHM.3 Ol W'.Tim'll, UIU lOf Oft .(( I'C. ? ii'Mt'fnl, Thai in humble iinitaliiin of the virtue Hil l patriotism which inspired our fathers in tli'i enactment of the ( rinaiifo, we snlciiihTy r. new this day our covenant vows to rcist the spread of slavery. " tin ler whatever shape or ertk.r it may h? attempted." "Z:"Kso!t'e(t, Thnt, to this end. we will labor (isnidUlinly t'l reil let" " innperalirc and rniii " tint 1 irtion of thj Kin-us and Nduaskt hill ryYe'i b iliih;j fia 1 mi in th? t'rrit.rv with drawn, frr.11 tliMul'ioneo of slavery by thn Mis...

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 July 1854

TIIK A NT I - SI. A V Kll Y MtMiKK, CONGRESSIONAL. Tut; 1I.jmktk.m B;i.u was under discussion last j . j . ".."" "I i . week in llio. t'. S. Senate. Of course has uu intention (if pissing Iho hill, lint x.uiio of ill" slaveholders mi opportunity to Vent their spleen ngiim! foreigners. The immense nnd increasing Gorman population of this cniintiy show vueh tendencies towards free principles, ns to excite iho fear nnd hatred of tliu slavel.nld Like nil suitable metludl to exhibit ton Nviis foremost in his efforts to oxolud. the bet.clits of (ho prop ised law. (lro.it jealousy vi' nls.,i manifested, lest bv Rome bonk or crook, colored persons might also derive Home benefit I i ' therefrom, nnd quite a ,l.sc..Ss.on Bpr,.,1(? tip on nt. iiMioiidmoiitMcsijriie.l to make the lull imniistaknlily plain on this point. j ,, no r ! ! i , i .i . ' Mr. MKWAR1, of Mioh.-an, undorstood that, : niidor the laws of tbo L'nitod States, none but white, ihthius ooiild Imoo.nn citizens. ei?roc8 mav vote' ...

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 July 1854

T 11 E A X T I - S L A V E It Y BUGLE. Miscellaneous. SEWING MACHINES. Wu.,, , , . , ".. . , iinJt.rL. " ,;,;nf"1;',,,!"" ' ""'.'.'.""''-'lintl.ofonn.uoh ?Z f ew,n Wl,l1' !' lux ,. v 1 r -MJr ,"1U"n. of c"-'"ci-co " f rTw.0 ll,llU'.10 nu',,l'C,''jl ,,m.l "V"' " vl'"'h r , i . i nv i .iiiooi " " i" iv wnatcvor mk to ttiu lacilily with which that portion of tho world's woik is done, alls so. nothing of no trilling value or importance ; tin' wealth (.(' tlii-j ai! is lu,u and whoever IiiiiIh' cm the secret by which .hat ii .lone in" our second which t year required ton seconds, h is g lined ii '. of i he i valuable secrets of hi- -lay. Min vie . have assumed i he oh empire of Dnlltiis. It is m n 'Vi,i '..V(iri- that this invention is valu able, to tho cniili or, the laborer and the r. mmiiii - it. ll accomplishes in mx minute, when il used I" take a skilful seamstress an h air i, do -and it d es it better. It never sleepsit never lire. it n n e,- missci a stitch--Int.. with the tegulai...

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 July 1854

4 7 - rusi M IUIIS It. lt(SISO., Editor. no vxtoy wiTti slaii:iioui:iuv ASS FEUISOIV, FiiMlslilnff Apcnl. VOL. 0. NO. 50. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY JULY 2D, 1S5-1. WlIOLli NO 460 'THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, ruM.tsttfin Evj-nr s.m-nnAV, atsai.em, omo. TERM;? pit ntinttm. pnvnl.lo In nilvnnro. OrJJ nt Ihn mil of the your. E'3" Wo liri'nHiontillv lin.l tllllitln.i-. trt ll.n.;.. -l.n ... -...-..I m-rllioM.hut wlm nro h.-llcvr.l In hi. Inti-riMtiil In tlioill.mliintinti f i niiu -."lnriT.v trutn, with tl.r li.-v-' tlmlllioy lll.illlii r!u!.rlbn lliiMltwln. nr ao tholr iilllin'n.'e to extend Us circulation among i 9C.iminitn.iillnnlntinilt for tnwltnn. to 1m nMri-wit tn JIahu; R. Horn,, tailor. All ollivm to Ass t'luiisos, i-ub- """"I! . TK'UIS OF ADVERTISING. OntSqutn (IB linen ) tlirw inki, Knell ftilltltomil Insertion. $1.00 munuift, - ' " One year Torn pqunrc.l rit month, . . . ' Ono year, . . i .. . fn Ponrlh roliimn ono year, with privilege, of rhnniihiit . i . ntontlil...

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 July 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. THE HON. DANIEL MACE. Thin ROffoinnn is doing pood itoiucp in the rauso of freedom. In ropy t nn attack mnde upon him hythn editor of Tlic I.a Fayrtlr. (Ind.) Jutirnil, n -writes that paper ns follows, under date of Washington, July 1, 154. Tribune. Mn. Entron: I find in your paper of the. tilth ult., under the head of "Intrigue mid Corruption," nnioiyg otrter things, the following: " The iicniiiiued expression of outraged senti ment by tlio Democracy of Indiana, in relation to lie repeal of the M issnnri I 'ttliittfnlitt-n. hfis illiirm- od S.'iint.frj Bright nnd I'cttit, and wo learn upon reliable hathority, but v hich w o nro not nt prcn'nt to disclose, that a proposition has been s ubmittod oy tho'O gentlemen to Mi-users. Chitnberliin, Mice ami ifnrlan. that, the .Nebraska Bill bavins tootl passed and hft'omo tlio law of the land, it tnese gentlemen will now ncquiece in tlio meas ures ol a, plank in tlio Peinncr.itic via t form, they shall bo nominated an...

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. — 29 July 1854

T II H A N T I - S L A X 12 It Y H U (j L V not influential friends to interest in his behalf j tlio journey to find him would bo difficult and dnngcr ous nnd 111 proof of his identity difficult to es. tahlish, and sho lifts no liopo of meeting linn again on earth. AA'hilo sho hid hope, by nlmost itipor humnn exertion, nmid difficulties that would havo discourngod a heart unused to deepest disappoint ment, she secured herself a little home, where now, in poverty and sorrow, alio is waiting until her ohango shall coma, mid sho shall havo a reunion with her long lust husband in 111 at other hind, w hero the servant is freed from his mauler, nnd w hero nil tears are forever wiped from tlioir eyes. Thus sho lives a monument of tho curse and erime of American Slavery. Oh! when will this vile system bo removed from among ns, and good niea Roar anothor nltnr here, To truth, nnd love, and mercy dear? C. S. GRIFFING. CASIUS M. CLAY IN IOWA. BURLINGTON, July 15, 1854. , Dear Marius. Yesterday...

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 July 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVEltY BUGLE. Miscellaneous. GROWTH OF THE UNION. Ilia coosus of lSOO, as cninpileil by Mr. DcBow, develops BJino wonderful nnd interesting farts in regard to tho rapid growth nnd extent of tho Unit ed tit.itc. i In 1701 tho c ilonios contained a popu lation of -only 202,000 souls. In 174'J nno l or es timate was made, and the rosult was a population of l.Olli.OOO. la 1775 they report 2,803,000 being i-.ea.ly.30(,i'M)i) less tlmn tlio present popiilutiou of New Vtk 1 In 1700, tinder tlio first census, tlio population was !l."'J'.l,HU7. 1'liero woro then seven teen flutes and Territorial governments; in 18(H), twenty-one States nnd Territories; in 110, twenty fivo: Vn 1S20, twentv-sovon ; in 1830, twenty-eight; in HI", tliirty; nnd in 1850, thirty-six. We have now thirty-nine, having added to tho list Nebraska, Kansas, and Washington. Our territorial extent, says Mr. DeRow, is near ly 'len times as laro as tha, of Great llritain nnd Franco 'combined ; three times as largo ...

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. — 5 August 1854

i li HI i It US It. ItOBIflSO, IMiior. Ay lsio.v wirn sr,Ati:iioLr.tns." AWN I'EMISON, ruMisliine Ajrrnl. VOL. 9. NO. 51. SALtiM, COLUMWANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATUHDAV AUGUST 5, 1851. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. COLUMBUS CONVENTION. DesR Fitir.Nn ltoiii.Nsox : 1 havo been for some limo, (us tlio only consistent, tis well ns tlio only available course for tlio peoplo of tlio North re maining,) for tlio inimedi.ito nnd unconditional ab olition of Slavery. Tor the abolition of Shivery, immediate and outirc, under lha auspices of tlio . onslitution, as, in my liclicf, shivery is as emit rnry to the cuarnntees and vnirit of the Constitution, ns 1... . .. .. .. ' . ' I t. H to jtlshJ. At once, "Jir the abolilitm nf ,Slt-1 tery vr dissolution." As it wes once said, LiUrly ' mi l Marry cannot exi.4 toytier ; cither Liberty wwtt do ftwny witii Slavery, or L'avcry will corrupt usurp tho throuo of Liberty. Dut, as your paper is reid by many whoso Ant!-; Slavery runs in tho same channel with my own, i.e., i...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 5 August 1854

THE ANTI-SL.AVK11Y DUOLE. OUR GOVERNMENTAL PROGRESS. n Xhfi last Liberator, l'nrker 1'ilUbiiry contrasts llic improving condition of the British Government fur the hint tmlf century, with tlio march of oni on n toMiii'd.i despotism during tlio same period. Th" contrast is mure truth ful than fluttering. He says t Ono tiling in certainly trim . for tlio lust fifty ri, tlio government of this country hnx been growing gradually hi'ttiT. Thin in tiuo of the character of the sovereigns, nnd of tin! making and executing of the lawn. W illimii tho Fourth was infinitely better tlmn (Seorgo tho Fourth, ntl V ic toria in certainly preferable to cither. Then, in their time, wo have seen a constant improvement in tho government itself. Fifty years ago, almost any prniio wan punishable with death ; now, capital punishment in almost wholly abolished, except for murder in tho hrt degree 1 hen there lias lioen the abolition of tho foreign slave trade ; then laws were enacted for better systems of e...

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. — 5 August 1854

Til E ANTI-SLA VVAl Y UUGLE. CASE OF S. M. BOOTHE. Tlio Supremo Court of Wisconsin, after affirming Uo decision of Judgo Smith, that tlio Fugitivo Law was unconstitutional, havo refused a writ of hanca.i corpus to Mr. Roolhc. The facts arc these : Mr. lloothc had heen brought Vcfnro tlio U. S. Court for a violation of the Fugi io Law. Ho appeared before the Court with hail 'of acknowledged competence, which tlio Judge refused to receive. Mr. lloothc declined seeking 'tiny other, nnd wont to jail. Ilia counsel then Wide this last application for a writ of habeas cur jnm. It wns refused. The following from Mr. Booth's pnper, give further particulars: THE ISSUE OF THE HABEAS CORPUS CASE. On Saturday evening our counsel returned from Madison, with tho information that tho Supreme Court of this State had refused our application for a writ of habeas corpu. A few minutes afterward, Marshal Ahleman called on us in jail, nnd offered to accept Dr. Wundorly as hnil. Accordingly, we went to his...

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. — 5 August 1854

T 1 1 13 A N T 1 - S L A V E R Y 'it U G L E 1 Miscellaneous. EDUCATION. BY HORACE MANN. .. . . , I. vert incum; 1 man who bequeath his mu.ii-.liir i to Ins offspring : every liinnkaid who rears ehil- ih'eii I ruin In inlhiincil ami c.oi'tilploil t.lno'l : el cry lieontiolm. man who transmits his weakness and In - w ickcdncin nii an iuhuritance ..f suite: in.;, is an- nthci icpstiiitin ol the lull of loan. , From s ii-h c ii.uh, 1 y mbiiuauiiiic law., nnd through unalterable, pie icliii.uii-n, lias en ui-j present diluted and depleted hum tnity : elh'to, . diseased o-ud ucrt ii pi. id lil.iod ; a'nioi'mul, waded! nnd hi l t-ii veil ; w ith ill in. inline.-. s-i ei apoialod und it lla'ivu liies so qnem lied, that our present world, compared with wli.it il .slmul l I .. and v hut it might bo, in hut u J. u -ir-hnu.-o if d'nea-i and, an toil lulu for the foolilc-miii'lcd. Tho im! i!ej race, of Dajy nnd Spain, tie. hall' ,:i i un miHioii 1 of India and MeAico, like i i vi :r -iiiuths, 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. — 12 August 1854

sr? a " xl In MlHIini. IlOKINSOrV, Editor. ' iVO CXIOX ,1777 SLAVMbt.Dr.Rs: ANN I.4ltSO:V, I'liMUIilnff ARcnt. WHOLE NO. ibh VOL. 9. NO. 52. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY AUGUST 12, 1851. J a (h itihi 1T ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. LIBERATOR TRUTH. IIkar Marich: Moro than eighteen hundred years ago, it was said to certain persons, " Vo shall linnur tliA truth. Anil thp truth nlinll tnnlrA vnn fritu '' The principle contained in this declaration is the . . ' , , , . , . , foundation of all real and substantial anti-slavery. 'for truth is the only effoctual liberator, that will Iring actual delivornnce to the oppressed, whilo!not ignorance nnd error are the irrc.it nnd effectual , i i i , . enslaver, of mankind, m, properly spcak.ng, thcro is no such thing as involuntary scrvitudo among men. For no man will move a musclo to-i wards obeving a tvrant until his will is subdued, -.i .i.. :n: i ,i -:n:i . ..u 1L11U hllUll 1113 ,1 llllllU 1 V U JUVBi IllllllliriV I1LK I'K upon himself al...

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. — 12 August 1854

THK ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. LETTER FROM MR. REEMELIN. The following r tcellent letter -as addressed bv 1 Mr. Kccinelin, tn the I' roc leiiiocrntio Convention leftamo County, in reply to mi invitation to nt-'go ttMul Ainl speak lit the Convention. We copy it I rum the Vpiiicc' IHmtivrnt : DENT, May 20, 1854. MtV Wft.n.sr.v Weilits. ftr?.. nf thr V. C'm. lif Ihr h'ne Ihllincrdi! :' Ihjimirc I'll., Oll'i'.l !; .Sim Your very kind invitation to attend , n iimcting of the Krto Democracy of Defiance t'o., to lie hold on tlio -tttli of J lino. has been received j It will lo imp ii.iiliio fir me t attend tlio meeting: in consequence of previous business arrangements. , Tlio Nelnr.Ai fitfid lns passed 1 It in a lie In j tlio North hnd nlic'to Tiro South. It isa treachery to t lie pir't nnil a (fwptinn to tlio future. lny; ntit popiilnr(rvorMjrtity, aided by right and truth, VAt llnlP'lt tlf Itil'll k'lillia i nal.rlm lint l.l,-ft1.V ' , . :"" , , J propagators onr own novel eighty has been tain-...

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