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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 12 August 1854

Til ISANTI-SI, A XVAIY liUGL ONE OF THE KIND MASTERS. A Minnissippi PlanlCi' who sign himself M. W, l'liillipii, writes to tlio Tribune n history of his far ming and human stock operations. As it is not 'often wo can get this class of men to spoak fur themselves, wc copy n part of Mr. Philip's coin, munication. Wo should ho film! to accompany Mr. Philip's statement with that of some of his human chattels. .' Tlipy might differ with their kind mas ter, both with regard to what is good for them, as wall n with reference to their supplies. Tlio mod- .1..1 , ., I.;. l, n, in meetinif but not to . .' Can our readers guess any reasons for such sin gular discrimination. They have bacon and danc ing with their preaching, but how many floggings per annum, by way of relish, tho muster does not tell us, perhaps, ho would have us infer that like "milk," they aro "prohibited, especially to chil dren." If so, Air. Philips is a singular as well as 'a kind master. Most of his class think that (log ...

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. — 12 August 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. .CK: Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. From the N. Y. Evening Post. THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. HONOLULU, May 26, 1854. Account of Notices—Their Resemblance to the Indians of the Six Nations—Their Food—Clothing —Distinction of Classes—No Brawls—No Beggars—The Government—Opening of the Legislature by the King—No Modesty—The Luxury of the King's Chamberlain—Honolulu. Tlx'fff nro mnnv points of resemblance between tlm Indian of ow York, known ns tho " Sis Nations," nnd the lower order of natives "f these islands. ' Tho latter are a much bettor people and vastlf nioro indolent the result, doubtless, of their geographical position and tho comparative ease with which they supply thcinsolvc with food and! tho necessaries of 1 i to. Knhi, mndo into paste or jS nnd iiiii, ot w liiiih ttio neighboring icets and numerous artificial ponds of tho inland produce an uhundance, mo their principal, 1 had almost said thoir only food; hut tho indigenous fruits, ohia, banana, cocoa-nut an...

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. — 19 August 1854

' , in : A .4K .-S w4k .N tV) y&N A 11 I 7 I'M II P. la tl l. ' ',, ! ' 1 .. : .ll'.'l- .SAl'l" ' ' jfV . K L A! F1LUCSOIY, r.it.miiliitf AffPiit., ?I Villi S It. lOUl.VSO, K.lllor. .vu t'.vo.v 1177 si..n i:uoi.ui:iin.' AVIIO'LK KO; 403;' VOL. 10. NO. 1. SALEM, COLUMMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SAT U It DAY AUGUST ll, 1S51. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. "BOUND WITH THOSE IN BONDS". , I'kar Marh-s: "Aro wo bound with thoso !n bond!) 1" Can wo say vitli Jesus, " Whatsoever ye do unto ono of tho least of these ye do unto me?" Are tho wrongs and sufferings of tlio pining slave, by the lnw of sympathy nnd brotherly love, madc:c,.., ourown? I fear not. Our pleadings would U . . i nr. . i ipi . .... . n. . 1 ffi i .... eUrcSl nu eneciuui. i no s.avo mi-iit iiavo more liopo ot deliverance, tiud tho slaveholder tremble and quake as ho falls powerless before us. l ',, . . . Our causo would move forward w ith gi;i;;iiitic strides "through sectarian rubbish tearing" over pro-; giary Church ftnd Ptate, Priests ...

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. — 19 August 1854

T1IK ANTI-SLAVEllY DHOLE. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. hav not tcn, frr n long limp, nn nnnoiit'eo- went so lauglmbtc and o extraordinary ni the ('., .lowing, which we copy from the London Morning Advertiser, of t lie 4-Tth ultimo; 'TtuGlSMT ANTI'SlS.VEItY CoMr.XTION at Man i riMi ER.- This convention, to be holdcii on the 1st of Auirust at Manchester, will receive nn addition- l interest lu the presenco of the llou. John Van Union, a prominent American politician, ntul con of Martin Van Huron, o-prosideiit of tlio United Statcn. Mr. V nn liuren visits this country to bo present at tho forthcoming antislaverr convention. lind to advise with Inn feilow-woikon. in the noble cause of Negro Kniancipation in tlio United Stales, wnti which his lather, as well as ri.uiso.l, has lor neveral years been idcntitied. J his is unothcr en- donco of tho increasing hatred r that peculiar i. Ktitutton gaining ground in tho feeliiits of every riht-mindcd ninu. We shall hail Mr.Vau Huren's presenco at ...

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. — 19 August 1854

GERRIT SMITH. Mr. Smith h as iu nctr-t aii'-f with hi previous announcement, re igncd his fea.in Congress nnd published Lis justification of himself, iignind the criticisms tlml lime boon made upon his course. Wo have hot loom Cur t'io entile nrlh lo. lit, Mr. Smith jn",'.if.c.s Lis ci taplimcnts to the St iichul ler.i, by "his (1 enry" tl: -it the "July rests imperatively on the inmates t n l'gisl.ttho bulb I) know nothing when in Hii.di liitll, of each other's 'pthiiio character and private i. .11 v, nnd t' rc- sgtilso nti-J trc-.t o.".'.h o'.hr a) ri'ti'.leni'.'n TIliM "tliemy'' liny be a it m ! 11 -l i.i 'iil io.i fur Mr. Smith while he entertains it. Hut if it bu tno wn : it ft xery S'm1 reason, why no h urst man or tU'iimn, should ever enter i leisl.itive h ill, dicjt ft well 11s Rpceeli fliould be truthful. 1:1 en-Con- Mr. .Smith culls slave lmljers pirate nut tloi. "r lativu Ir.ill. In congress wluivn ho v.isnent for tlic ory purpoco of cxpoiin those, pirntei and thin piiaey...

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. — 19 August 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Miscellaneous. HARRIET MARTINEAU ON MARRIAGE. All institutions that h.uo existed long among men, liuve had their origin in nature; and it is wily by keeping within n certain degree of tiear tiess to nnturi that nny institution inn bo pre served. In proportion to their departure from nn tiro, is tliu certainty tlint they nil) fail and polish. Of existing institutions iicmc is more clearly traccablo to imture than that of marriage i nnd indeed, from the clearness of tit is from the fact th it numbers of the sexes nro cona! at the it go of twenty-one (though varying from this some-1 what before and niter) from this indication that there is one man for ono woman at tho time for marriage, it is usual to speak of marriage ns a di- mo Mi-uiuuuii, unirpeniiciiiiy 01 wmu is sniu 01 U in the bible, But how marvellously and how mournfully hnve men contrived to perplex nnd cor rupt this simple nnd natural religion ! Tor nges past, thcro h:ivo been nmrringes for state-pol...

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. — 26 August 1854

- - i ,j , .... , . , . . . , .: -TT M A II I I'M It. ItOBlXSOft, Editor. .. vo VXIO.V WITH Sl.AiKllot.ht-its;' ASS PC.IIISOS, PuMUIif iff AffCilC. VOL. 10. NO. -2. SALEM, COLUMBIAN" A COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY AUGUST 20, 1S5-1. WHOLE NO; -61. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Decision. Judgo Nwrij, of Cincinnati, li;n do dod tlntt A slnvc Lrfiuht ly his niasli.r In Oliio, fir coming with hi eminent, if returned to a vlnre State, nml nl'ti'nvar.lj csciinv, cannot La rc omndcj to .Slavery, A couimon-wiiisa deci-iiou. Tlio following furtlicr purtiuulurs of the etiseare ol interest. Tlio enso via. tliin: a colire 1 man Henry 1'oin dextkr, bonjrlit liif frecloiii fn.in liu mailer JultN Andkmon, of Kentucky, mid gave two iiu'oi of &2Q0 cnt'li. wliiuli notes were i,;tic I and pudurtcd in Ohio, ly J. 0. Ooivov nnd l'ltANcts Lixai.ti.m. Tlio "new m:vlo freeman" reimivoj to Olii i. While eii0.1 in noma business, n neilibm' cruuo to him, and said, "two IC'ntii.:ki.ins are Io ikin for you; I think tlioy nr...

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. — 26 August 1854

FREDERICK DOUGLASS IN COXGRKSS. p. i'.liss (., pOI'iloHI. tmi.cnts noiih mill . t crimen". Tin" Com xu iiiuI has, onh. e-.li -Villi The liUn of sending Mr l.n L'.on sot afloat in in tdicite.l columns o' i Wo Iplulo a fcw -nt; 4 What obieciioi, is lucre in this "hud of Cidnl rights " tn ilir Urge in in of our colored citizens, i-i4 rt prci.ent.vl Aio ihoy n..t taxed, nntl sub ject to tin' Mitio litis a oilier citizens? And have they nut tx rongs t.i endure, nr. I snirn and d.-spo-Hu "n,ViT- if".-nl'tii ly their own? It' r x, vvli:il j'KtioO is tllfll- llcillg SO long unrepresented ? Voio ;it all. linn inity, justice, religion all do le mil that a change should be made Hut some i.i iv argue, "it would hate a bad effect mi the citi zens of tlio Smith : tlii'ir cliii'f argument lor hoi l iui tln colore I people as luvp wmilil nn longer !. i supposition thai blacks as well ns whites tire capable if iiitclcct.iat iiiiiru I'nii'itt." Si much (ho bettor. Smthem d.;s;i t .s must Irani tint f...

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. — 26 August 1854

'fHi-Hiii T II I! A N T I - S LA V Kit V 1 U ( I. K . jicilTiiriiinm'o of o plainly indicated llml tliclabnr. of tlio several teacher had imi been 'pi ruin. At tho close (if tlio school exorcises, liic i .-ocmbly Hdjoutncil tn tlio table, which win sjircud near Snd fairly groaned beneath its weight of mh Ii de licious edibles as tho Indies of I!und'i1ih ale n it rcJtfly lo Sltpjdy on such oo.i a-ion'. b'uring tlio afternoon, lli'' audience was enter. f-ineu nnu cumou u hihh; t 'it nine spi-ecucs linni . . . 1 I I -1. I I . .11.. .1 . . -. . I Mr. J. K. Piokc.t. of Slnilcrsvillc, am! Ii. '. M il mot, of I'avcnna, with it 11 nooiisioiinl tiling from tlio Choir. Among tlio most interesting occurrence, of tlio 'day win tlio presentation of throe large 11ml taste ViAly adorned rakes one to Mr. Vi'ilinnt, in Ijo" half of tlio teachers, one to Mr. J. K. Pickett, in behalf of tlio parents nnd pupil-, nnil tlio third to t.yntan W. Hull, Kditor of tlio Portngo Cnitnlv lemoornt, in bchnlf of t...

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. — 26 August 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVER Y BUGLE. Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. From the Home Journal, August 5. Miscellaneous. From the Home Journal, August 5. OUT-DOORS AT IDLEWILD: OR, COUNTRY LIFE WITHIN CITY REACH. BY N. P. WILLS. [To Invalids only.] ... v. , ,ln tnc 'l'"cf ffui" Huston phyviciau, pub- tished not long since in the Home Journal, 1 pre-! sume the invalid reader to bo familiar. Coming from ono who wivs a stranger lo me, it was w ritten in ft spirit of Christian kiudnoss that inspired tin-; mediate confide. ice w hile the ability, good sense, directness and novelty w ithal of tho medical advice was liko the sound of a trumpet to the army despairing consumptives. Letter requesting to know tlio name nnd addresss of tho writer have poured upon me from n ei't'.t'nuoiis multitude of those- wishing personal eetiMiltation, while the newspapers of the country have so generally copied tho theory nnd its brief directions, that tho knowledge of it, nt least, must bo nhn:t tini-, versa.. I have Heard ...

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. — 2 September 1854

n& tit In ! I! I ! 1 VS PE-illSOtf, I'littlUfilng 1 nutix's it. kobixso.v, i;.uor. Ao r.vo.V irm sL.irLiioiDr.ns: VOL. 10. NO. 3. SALEM, COLUM1UAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1851. WHOLE NO. 1G5. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ABOLISH THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW--- SPEECH OF JOSIAH QUINCY. In tho Whig Convention at Boston on Wednesday,! Aug. Id, after tho votes for a candidate tor Oner-1 nor had been cast, and tho CoinmittcQ had rotLcJ l'rosidcnt said to ponnt ihn, ilm Pi'nti, . ii r..iur.MK. : i iiaio 10 iisk m jou uic iui or oi . porloet sileuco and attention to sonio remarks that will ue undo to you by tho venerable Josinn (Jinncy, Senior. Applause. V o cannot show loo much , revoreneo nnd respect to the aged Whig whoi3 now j to address you. Mr. Quincv then came forward and spoke as I follows: I cntno to this meeting by iiirialiim ns a citizen not ns n partisan ; with no intent ion to flanker a word on tho occasion, but with a fixed purpose tu respond if called upon, ns became- an 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. — 2 September 1854

T IL i: A N T I - S L A V E It V IJ U G L K . PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WESTERN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. Tho Twelfth Aunivm.ry of tho Western Anil- Shrvrj8.Mi.iywa, held Id (ho Fiirmls' Meeting ! Jiouke, otiitm, O,, commciKinx on the morning ol i thc20lh.,f August, G I In opening tho mooting, tho President made a few remarks, urging the necessity of the trno Triefids 'f tliQ slave adhering firmly to tho distinctive frlnciples (,f their Society, doing nothing to retard emancipation hy rotrogrnding from their position m some professed advocates of freedom Jmve done, liut laboring w ith increased teal fur rko re kiinption of the multiplying mintitr ef captives in tho land. Tlw flowing named porswi, were W'"-'J Mrhti H.n tn nnl, linimUnnu ua n . Itn ilnniint.l linn. wsary for Iho conduct df tire meeting, nnd to pre sent A list of official candidates to servo the society for tho ensuing year, .fames Btvrnaby, Lewis Morgan, tJosopbhic S. Grilling, John M. Holmes, Itaac Br...

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. — 2 September 1854

Til l! ANTI-S1.AYKK V IJUULK. Communications. LETTER FROM JOSEPH BARKER. No. V. BETLEY, (Eng) June, 1854. Mv pFAn I' HUM) At the Crewo station, a lady mid her ii.hm, with two youiift gilrs.eiilonid the carriage in which I was seatod. A they wore entering, n ninii cnmc trow.!. ; to the door, crying, 'I !- the- CT ?.,( t train? Is there rr in f.,r any more ?' and intai.tiv went off. The train had no sonnci-st.irtc tlic la.ly said. 'I have lost mv purs. .' Shu looked in l.i.r re- :;r ro ticule, and down on tlio floor, and felt in l.or pod:- t, out tnre xtm no ntirsc. M-.c t-ta iliocomtuotur. li'it t1ir train was in motion ami uoiild nut Im fctnji. ; ued. 'I niiiMt linvc left it in the clli. o,' s!,o sai.. i 'Tho jntiljakility is,' I l '(.'marked, 'you lost it just M you wero enlo'.'in tin- carriage. A Hiohs.iikI to ! one the nm,i who j,u-!a:,l against jmic vyti enter-1 ...1 ,....1. t '11. t a:. .... .1 1 l.ieco Lean to erv The inn'-n contai, ed a'.' the ' monev tltv !,a 1 broiiidit a 1...

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. — 2 September 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVEltY BUGLE Miscellaneous. THE CANADA BEAVER. Front an in.rreting episode in Tuoiivs C. K '., Ki.j.. recent lecture on "Tim Ott.iwn," IUn- ter ., hiii., roi-piit le.-ture on "Tim Otl.iwit." we extract tho f diluvium .ketch (.f the habits nnd in- sttnuts of tli, it remarkable nnintnl, the beaver: i One c inn. it fail to bo struck with admiration : Mid astonishment on ini lin tho haunt of the iwavcr, njr can w o wonder that the red man ( should place him at the head of animal creation, I w mako a V.mitoit ef him, v.lvn Egypt, the mo-, tucr of ArtH, wo.hippod such stupid nnd dis guiting ileitie.". hetlicr you rail 11 instinct, nr whollior it is to Jic palled l"non, one tiling is vortain, that if half of humanity were a:i intclli Hont, as provident, laborious nnd harmless as the beaver, ours would bu a very different world from what it is. Tho beaver is the original lumber-man nnd the first of hydraulic engineers. Simple nnd unos tentatious, bis food is tho bark of trees, an...

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. — 9 September 1854

1 t ,i ,.., I-;?-' ?n c i,.. .,...,!,. , ti . j , r-' ' 'i t .!( , ;.-,f ; n ..it 1 . i . . .-mi.) i .!; Il ,i 1 Milt "ft -t -in.;' Al Itl 4 It I US II. ItOBIASOIV, Editor. " xo vxiox' mm si..iri:noLunn: Tf Tr YOL. 10. NO. 4. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIOSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 0, 1S51. YIIOLE K0. 4CG.' ; ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. PHILOSOPHY OF REFORM. " Tlio Apostles of Anti-Slavory,' which is the Messiah' of to day, should determine to know tiotliing but its doctrines VinA priueiples, and the slave's daily and donthlass crucifixion." V'hothor the author of this sentiment (a corses pondont of tho Bugle) means to ho understood os affirming tlmt Abolitionists should do nothing but labor directly forthe overthrow of Shivery, I nm not prepared to say. It is certain, however, that no idsa is more popular among reformers, than that certain reforms in which' they happen to be engaged, demand their whole attention, to tho ex elusion, for tho time being, at least, of nil o...

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. — 9 September 1854

THE ANTI-SLA VERY HUG LIS. THE MANCHESTER CONFERENCE. An Antt-Slvrcry Conference has jnit horn hob! In the great cotton capital of England, tlio object ot which has been to utter an indignant oomlnmnntioh uf the great Republic's most Kllr'" tsvit. and, lit tlio snino time, indicate tho courso of economical procedure which ought by Great Britain to lie pur sued. Tlio object itimnil at is two-fold first, to toll the American people, and especially the Amer ican churches, thn magnitude ot their crime in re taining in cruel, degrading and disgusting bondage three nnd a-half iiiilliunn of thoir follow huwans; and, secondly, to stir un in this ooiintrv a demand from the Government of tho I'nilcd Kingdom, that tho Administration of affaire in India ho such ns to develop the all but illimitnhlo cotton-producing resousca of that vast territory. The former of theso methods of demonstration is intended to let our trnnsatlintie cousins know that, whilo we nd miio their country, their go-ahead f...

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. — 9 September 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Yen, liail ha givon our pretended anti-slavery re formed churches a touch about fusion and voting. Tor Whigs and Domocrats, atii talking about vot ing for God-fearing men, Ao. What a monstrous Idea! A Ood-fcaring Democrat, n God fearing Whig! yes, had the speaker pointed out their in consistency, I think it would have told woll on community. lie did contrast true Democracy with the bogu Democracy of the present day, to good effoct, causing uneasiness in mmo of that party, their deods boing so black that tho reflection of light on them created more heat than they could well enduro. We have two or three clergymen of tho Sccodor denomination in this section, that lmvo become convinced lately of the wickedness of voting, and wearing to support the Federal Constitution, but thay Still continuo in church fellowship with Scott Whigs, Tierce Democrats, and sectional Free Soil ers. God grant they may soon be.'oino consistent and cease feeding such corruption, witli su...

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. — 9 September 1854

V?l"'5"Sj'I THE A N T I - S LA V E It Y 15 U G LIS! '.' 1 LjUi. LL'-MLILJ 1.1. '1 L. - I ' i ' 'i ' I I ' 1 ' " Miscellaneous. ECONOMY IN FOOD. At least otlC half of tho WM'ld no know ttlP ' wsMng .f tins words p.tt'm Jwnd f this nrticle. Et'onmrty In food," they would nny with tv stare, " what do you mean T 1 must buy bread, nnd ! get ' m. precious littlo lunf for 11 sixpence; hut I can't get ' iv tili-'irer nne. I can't do without mpnt, unci I tnm is -fill ae:ir : hnlv IhlnV eif ilrcn i.et.ef a Vownd for beef tt'id mutton 1 As for lsim, why, 1 jioor folks; tanuot touch thnt; but I must hnve 1 input, for 1 am a hard wnrkiii!? mnn. nnd I ean't I C.'.t I11e.1t.all tho time without YintntupM to till nn. nnd who eve heard of such u price as they arc now? and eabbae, and all such truck, in just as dear. 1 shnnld like to see your economy if you I lllld to 1)11 V IikkI for S fi.1l.ilv.1' 1 11 ' So you tdiould, so y..u may, if you will come ' vhoro wc cat. AVe belietc that a man can work '...

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. — 16 September 1854

1(1 MlllUS K. IIOBIXSOIV, Fditor. A'O VSIOS WITH BLAVV.UOthV.RH: VOL. 10. NO. 5. SALEM, COLUM1HAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1851. AVIIOLi: NO. 1G7. sty 4 JV ANTI BUGLE. MARLBORO CONVENTION. . A mooting ol the ester,, Anti-Slavery Society by call of its agents, was convened at 10 A. M., on Saturday, Sept. 2nd, in n grove two miles north oil Marlboro, Stark Co., Ohio. The President of the Society took the Chair, and Charles H. Garriguos appointed Secretary. The appointment of n Business Committee folllowcd, consisting of C. C. Burleigh, Leonard Griffin Ui Morgan, AVm. ' IWlidayandlOilhert On motion f 'Lewis Morgan, 0. S. S.,Cln(lmg, Mary L. O.lbe.'f, J.n ,u,a Thorp and Lewis F.rwio, wore appointed a Com- mitteeon l.name, and upon the affairs of tin, A. S. Uugle A recess was then taken for an hour and a half. At 1 P. M., tho meeting was called to order, ami tho following resoidtions wi re tfieied by the Bu: incss Committee: Uenohcd, That i!;o word sin is without mcanii, if ...

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. — 16 September 1854

ll IUI I THE ANTI-SLAVERY HUG 1, 13 there wns modi tn plraso me numb, indeed, to win my stlei'tioiiatn legnrds. Nevertheless, 1 conlil not bo hlind to tlic glaring fact, that Congress pre eminently needs to itnois the achievements of the Temporaries reformation, and tho Tobacco reformation, nnd tho religion r.f Jesus Christ. Your fiioiul, GERRIT SMITH. FUSION AND DISUNION. The conservative Xuttaiinl Intelligencer sees L'i.iunion in the Fusion move uient North nnd South M its inevitable result. It deprecates the breaking tip f puty ties in mournful strains. It snyfi: 'Several prominent Democrat papers arecaroestly appealing to Southern Whins t.i abandon their old party associates and join the Democrats, and there by inako tho whole South" u compact sectional or,; mixtion" to oppnso tho Frecaoilers of the North. What is this but a notice to all the Ar.ti-sl.wery element ff tint North to eouibino in tho same way, lint villi ttin nrtr:ititnrn nf nn t nil til her! n rr tlio .South rrn or...

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