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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 16 September 1854

L. A. HINE TO THE BUGLE. h'nnwnolhingism Labors thrnwjh the Summer Advantage of Lowland Douglas at Chicago. Lovki.ako, September 8, WA. Mr. Editor : Some, of my acquaintances may, perhaps, bo waiting to learn ("ruin mo through the Hnglo, In relation to certain questions that have recently sprung upon tho American people. Tho Society of Knownothings bus lately as sumed A prominent position. Itn secret political operations soom to largely gratify the natives, to surprise tho outsiders, nlarni tlio foreigner, and till tho old party hacks with consternation. As far ns tho enterprise of sundering old party organisations is concerned, no one can mors heart ily cheer it on than this writer. Hut Won lie assists to cflbct this "consummation most dovoutly to bo wished," ho must bo assured that there is not a grontor evil at tho bottom of it. If wo measure tho conceptions of tho heart by tho falsities of the head, it would be indisereot to tavor a secret party with a platform ranker with false...

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. — 16 September 1854

Till: ANTI-SLAVERY UUOLli. Miscellaneous. GENEALOGICAL SERMON. ; I bad, nno for aco-ournta, avery impulsive nnd , rather demoetatio man. Our rector wns an aristo crat. On Sunday ho had delivered himself of n sermon iu v. hich ho accidentally justified family pride, find spoko in a manner that must have been offensive to .my poor pertjn of any intelligence or independence; and nsi we wcro leaving tlio i htuch, my brother curate oxeluiiiied with unaf fected indignation, 'Well, that crowns 's toady iif.' discourses. Such tltiuhv ism id intolerable. ii ., lit : i - . i nut i ii auuinnsier an nnuuoio next cummv ; sea if Idon't. Liko Herod's worms, our rector's nrido is ratio, him up I dul not at.en.pt.to Ui,s,ai.U :r;i,Xtw,r 1,0,,, Wi''U C"!'Jr eension tnat was anything but llaltenng ; and he llioiiglil inoieot being a geiilleman, (upon which lewasnhvaysindiivctiy vauulin-liiinwlfjthai.ef, lieing a 1 un.-titin, lorgettiug what t olen.lge said, ...... ... .. ...... fo. ..,.VIII.,U ...,..v...

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. — 23 September 1854

MUItirs It. Itoni.NSO. Editor. " yo i:tox with sLAi:iioi.Di;n:' A l'ttAlt.lOrtV rnbtintiing 'Afcnfr VOL. 10. NO. 0. SALEM, COLUMMAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY SKPTKMUKlt 'A 1351. WIIOLK NO. 4G8, ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. DOINGS OF THE LOWELL CONVENTION. According to proviolis rtnhoUhccmciit, nh Anti "Slavery Contention assembled in tho Tent, nt liowdilville, on tho Oth Inst.,. which was organized! ly appointing Win. Watson President, and Y . V AY alkcr Secretary. On motion of C. S. S. (trifling. 'a Business Committee, consisting of tho Dve follow- ing persons, was appointed, viz: Messrs. C. C. mirieign, I,. i. uniting, l m. Stephenson, llugli Hamilton nnd Kuwin Shnrplcss. C. C, then r".id the first resolution, nnd Burleigh addressed! tho Convention in its support. Ho demonstrated tl.o fact that the Anti-Slavery enterprise is a genu- ino religious one, urging n3 it docs tho practical application of the principles of truth, justice and humanity, ns illustrated in tho life nnd teachings of the ...

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. — 23 September 1854

TIIK AXTI-SLA VKU Y BUGLU, MANCHESTER ANTI-SLAVERY CONFERENCE F.NCii. We have lint briefly noticed llm Ibis important H i-1 1 d 1 1 Anti-Slat cry C invention iirocop. unci in , ' We select .,e f,!.i r,-m,.,. list of it, oxcei.i Iilit rimii II I'lllK. 1Hlli lw Hill III I 10 1 1 .1 ill 1I1 ill I ' islicil 111 tut (London); n-Si..vi:Rv Advo; .vte. Tliry sdow llio tliorougd. I j 1 V.iithful spirit of tlie assembly, and will encourage llit friend i of freedom in this country . Till fli.WLIHII.WNU AMi llul-M.AVI It V t til lit Ills 01 THE UNITED STATES. . WluTcnK, it i known Id tl,o innfi-nMu'O tit a t tin- pilMt lll;jiil it,V ol (hp cllliri lnj of A llioi iyii ni p C0I1- nculi'il wild tlio nyKiiMii of rhvoi y, inilirr l.y tin net of hlavclioliliitir. or l.v rcliriiiiii li-llnw 'Lin with diiveliolilei , ami tlmt if,i'p hhiikj chur. lirs do further plncti"!! and supjnut the tyslPin. tlirouIi tlio Ooiiduet of tlivir pa-turs, reiioweis and editors, who l iiher o only justiiy slavery l.y appe...

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. — 23 September 1854

T JI E A X T I - S L A V II 11 V li U 0 J, K . THE AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS. i One nf tho imtt hlttvorv urir-mivtititili . . .. . . i r. . . ... rnu Hoard ol . onim.ss.oner i..r i ore.g n .Missions. ll has preached a gospel of shivery, anil welcomed slaveholders as members aim officers of its mission thurehos, is well ns contributors and conductors of ,. . , . , I,. , ,. , i itu iinm-iil intis lit mum. It m NT n uiiiwiv tan iit.vi.u. ' . i 11 sen uiscu-sshmi oi mu nni-suon ui aiuv . . . . .. . . 1 erMMClii nnu nu eie. am pro- ' . ... . 1 s of the country is tlio Ameri- fmsin to oiviipy lienevolcnce and nu 1 1 Hopprms anti-alav II ''V """l""' ""I'l'-jthoulit tlio question of slavery! pro- f,o M-liest point of Christian .tion, it has lar-c!y .tribute,! .. ,. V :.. . fi.-'.-liiij; and eii'ii-t Iut under the inlluenci! of the nrcsent e-ener.il limitation of tbo question, even thin Oibralter of slavery, is not unmoved, Tho nninml inootitif the Hoard hn been in...

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. — 23 September 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY UGLE. Miscellaneous. From the Independent, Aug. 17th. HENRY WARD BEECHER ON TREES. Every one who has road (lie life of Sir Walter Scott, knows his love of trees, lie use to s-iy that "f all his composition, he wa most proud of hi compositions p UinVn trees grow. Thoro is vet at K ut Hampton, flourishing in a hearty ago nn orchard set out hy 'ho I amis of my father. Anil wo have hea'd liim say, that after 'un nhscticc from homo, the first imnu'lse. niter trreetinfr Lis Own family, was togo out and examine each tree in ii:s orcoani, iruoin root to lop. o man Unit has ever pl.vnte 1 n ireo, or loved one, hut knows how to sympathise with tiiis feeling. Oliver Wen- ilcll IJ.noes spomh his summer inontl'.s upon al beautiful farm, near Pitlsfi' Id, on which are a h ill a hundred acres of the tn i:iunil finest trees, some of tliom, doubtless, live hundrrd yens old; trees that heard the revolutionary c.imion, (or hoard of tliom, ) and, heroic, th.it the crack of the rillc, 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. — 30 September 1854

wilt WX PEAHSOiV,' f,ullifill1& Aeelifr fflAUIUS It. ItOllI.SOX, Editor. Ao VMox with slavkuoi.df.rh: VOL. 10. NO. 7. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY SEPTEMMi II 30, 1334. WHOLE NO. 4G0. ... ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. IOWA--ITS SOIL, PRODUCTIONS, &C. In July Inst, we published the pinna tind pur posei of some friends on the Reserve, who proposed n association for Western emigration. This com pany have sent out, as an exploring agent, Mr. B. Bradley, who reports for publication, tho result of his Investigation, in tho following letter, which we have somewhat abridged. Tho facts ho pre sents will be of interest, especially to those of our rcadors who have any purpose of Western emigra tion : Fulton, Jackson Co., Iowa, Sept. 15, ISM. Mr. Editor: As far as I have been, 1 have ob served the soil, tho sub-soil, the stony formations, tho timber, the domestic animals, their health ful ness or unhoalthfulnoss. Noted the sanitary state of the Inhabitants. Particu...

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. — 30 September 1854

T It E. A N T I:- S L A V E 11 Y HUG L E . CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CAROLINA. South Gmdinia lias always claimed to I o a meraii.i Stalo, not merely in its political dn- Miu.tion, Imt in tlii) common language of politiei- fins j uiid it is nstonishing thnt llio preposterous ..tlaiin is eoiicraltv Acnuiosccd in. Hor Lid nml -.Audacious politicians. Iiv diutcf tnlinl. t fl'miitvrv. and clap-trap, have, for forty or tifty years, kejl ..(. iuu iiuiiiuuK iu me mco ui ino lact, mat all po finical power is voted in oiic-tiiml of her cw lo in proportion to thoir interest in tlio remaining two-thirds, who aro r -girded as slaves. Her Con stitution is not only aristocratic in maintaining SUvry, tiut also in discriminating between the rich and the poor v hito population giving power ft districts, not in proportion to citizens, hut in proportion to taxable property, of which slaves con "finite tho gtevt bulk 1 Such is South Carolinia Democracy, which ia impudently held up as a nivi.d for tlio imiut...

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. — 30 September 1854

THE ANTI-SL'AVEUY BUGLE. ABOUT RIGHT. The St. Louis Ropublicau looks at tlio question of Slavery or no Slavery in Kansas, in a business light. Its ficts are facte, and its conclusions Tory aonsihlo. They can bo urgod with equal propriety Tor emancipation in Missouri. It gives Douglass, A tea in jo n and Co. snull orolit for thoir last wint ers labors. It is encouraging to soo sach Senti mcuts from a paper iu a bIuvo State : . . Tbe settlement of Kansas is chiefly Important to our city and State in two points of view first tlio position of the territory will mako it depend ant upon St. Louis as a Market to supply its wants, nnd as an outlet for the produce which will spring irom ics oxuucrani sou amicr 1110 nana ot culti vn tion ; tliis makes its early settlement of vast im nortanco to our fit v. esnecinllv at. lliiq iiwmmiir whon apprehensions "re Celt that wc shall lose the! trada of Uin uotvr Miiiinrii niili iha i... railroads. Will it conduce to tho sneodv fictti0. moot of Kansas...

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. — 30 September 1854

Miscellaneous. [From the home Journal, September 9.] GOSSIP WITH INVALIDS. BY N. P. WILLIS. Forenoon oxcrcipos on horseback temptingly delicious ns it is a breezy H'liiincr's da)- is ti for bidden fruit to invalids, lor two or threo inciilentnl reasons. First, as I have already explained, it exhausts the stock of tranquil elasticity for thu twelve waking hours nf which it is the beginning. Second, it irritates (often into profuse bleeding' iiuin (ho mouth in my case,) tho comparatively empty stomach, which noeda tho cushioning of Wd lor its liall-hor.Ied membranes. And, third, it renders biter exercise impossible thus depriving tne night a sleep ol tho immediate lull which Inf lows fresh fatigue, nnl substituting for it the wakefulness of exhaustion, prolonged through a long day into nervousness. " The doctor's orders" nro not accompanied with this satisfactory explan ation usually tail it is for these or similar reasons that tho docile patient takes his rido only with tho lengtheni...

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. — 7 October 1854

MllttLS It. ItOlJl.YMO'V, Ctlitor. NO VMOS IVlTll SEA VEUOLDERS." rti.iitsox, rmif.i'i..j; Agent. VOL. 10. NO. 8. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY O0TOBER.7, 1851. WHOLE NO. 170. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE THE RENDITION CLAUSE. Wo occupy our room with tho following commu nication, concerning tho fugitive clauso of the con stitution, with roluctunco, as itcontnins nothing new on tho question, but only what we havo time and o fcain laid ueforcourrcadors. We very gladly give all tho light that is attainable, but don't caro to repeat told fallacies which wo havo often given our reasons fur believing to bo such, llut Mr. Copeland is very Ucsirous fur its insertion, nnd we jiuld him the toiilmnn. If anybody shall bo convinced of the null-slavery of this clause, and all others, nnd idiall vote and act as though ho believed it, nnd beliovcd it to be of importance, wo shall havo no regrets, but much jyy at witnessing such consist ency of anti-slavery opinion and action. But thoso mon (and wo...

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. — 7 October 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVEKY BUGLE From the Liberator. LETTER FROM PARKER PILLSBURY. GLASGOW Sept, 7th, 1854. Mr Dear Fkik.vd flARitso. : My letter are too far apart to entitle mo to tho distinction of cor respondent i' unit, Indeed, were they mora numer ous, I fear thty are not of a' diameter to make ho ess much tetter. i have not travelled a great d'enl of late, and o have not gathered up much in the way of materi al fur lctiers. There i ono subject, however, on f.hich I fool a painful necessity to speak; and tliat in, upon the character of mnny who come from our country to Great Britain, in the name of anti-tU-vcry, and professedly, upon anti-lavery work. A nil the first thing for mo to nay is, that the anti- aluvcry raui-o has rio worse foes, n-in more dan gerous, than are many of these, cspteially when llicy come, as most of thorn do, in the character of ministers. Herein Scotland, much that pas WS current f r anti-slavery in only hatred f Gar- risonism, (.-.s anti-slavery ia catlnd,) and ...

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. — 7 October 1854

THE ANT I - SLA V12U Y UUGLE TERRIBLE RESULTS. The Salem rescue scents to havo mndo ft 8lir in Memphis ns well n in Cincinnati. It will 10 re collected thnt Robinson wild claimed tlio child was nresidcntof Memphis. We learn tlmt tho people of (hat dty, have held a meeting and unanimously adopted resolutions which were reported in due form bv ft Cnmmltteo of ton. Those resolutions portend forrillo evil to Cincinnati, nothing les , tliiin tlio suspension or nil commercial rotations j wild it hu tln Memphis people, unless tlipv rpiui-i finite the ni'tion of Sulcni. Thpy also rpcoinnipnd 1 ii' . 1 to olhor slavo holding communities tlio same ourfo. Tlio members of tlio Memphis meeting could rortainty not li.ivo read the Cincinnati newspapers clso they would havo soon that (heir resolutions wcro entirely superfluous. If the press reprcsimtsi tho senliniDiits of tho cirv, the course of Salem w as repudiated And tho city on its marrow hones, hum- deprecating slavclinlding displeasure, long...

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. — 7 October 1854

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. From the Washington Globe. CHINA. It. appears that Mr. McLanc, our Minlor l- China, Inn been exploring tin' interior of thai 1'illllll'V, nilil ju l j;Hi fiT hilllM'll' cf tl 10 C0lldili"li I lilt; lin'in i.il .ui'l rch' l I .irtic-. In s h.e papci -s lit 1M In I i W i 111 I i' -r mil 1 1 1 1 1 I' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii'd'o '.' liii.-Tt' , , , h lima, Cu p-! er steamer,' v. '.tii I Ik; i'"!"! '. . ir. Uj-.iju'i'j ' 1 L.iwi !,.., ii u ).l II' ! I illf 11:1 l.ii"1! i-.i .; I ii" I. la Mil ,-Ii.ir . u ,i ill, lint i.l c.uh i 'i' enlist'. ikiH in lilt' S ! " u (; mir. I 1 1 y a n;ml! tin) C'liniiiaiid ill' tP ( ' i!;..v. ti.". i; nii.i'iii , u'i - i. Mr. 'I. i. n l.ii'iUi'imiii -he 1 u chuia'tcrislio lei -c t"t i:ii : ' r n i; ,i :.i vi h-ii .ttiytli:!'. to ny. let linn My, ii i ll-1. ly ; when ho Ii is anything to do, let liim '.Id i ;'--!i!. 'I'iili U t !i o ancient maxim. Now, your i Ii is ! Into our happy waters without let t.njt tlio object Im) known, p:ea-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. — 14 October 1854

.iiSmi. nii! ij --m raHiii' nitivH u. itouixsox, editor. " 0 t'.VO.V 1177 SLAVEHOLDERS." AXX VLXllSOM, Publisliin; Agent. VOL. 10. NO. 9. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY OCTOBER 14, 1S34. WHOLE NO. 471. All' ft ; ' p ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. YEARLY MEETING OF PROGRESSIVE FRIENDS. At Ohio Yearly Meeting of Progressive Friends, hold from 30th of 9t!i month to the 2d of 10th mo., inclusive, 1854. KstrsVit Harris nnd Isaac Trescott wore appointed to nerve the meeting as Clerks. I Wm. GriHith, Elizabeth McMillan, Abraham iToiinB, m 111. u vers. iTiimii Jiiicucncr, .M:irv U'l- t v 1 1 ti t i--n- i, 1 . , . ,ni" "luuc' lu,u" "1iirmir,, 1,'USC,,,U9 , ', ''r "ar.-.:i,on, aim Esther Uros.us, were appointed to bring before the 1 , o...... ,om .esuiinmeiy t.aim the attention of the meeting. . . . . , , A communication was received from tho 1 early . . .... (.p ,. . I ..... . uuimj n.iiia, which was rtini to our satisfaction. lrom the rennsylvania lenrly Meeting of Tro- gressive Friends, hel...

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. — 14 October 1854

THE ANT1-SL A V E 11 Y BUGLE. o'clock; but ou tlio other hand, invciglo among ou as ninny as poeniute ui yuur leniaio iricnos who are good working-women, though they may core nothing tor tho cuuso lur winch you are en- paged, hut who may ha enticed to work for tire ako uf pleasant company. So shall the rcfcivns fur your labours be greater than ever before ; all which we are reminded to tell vou !v this hriiifix. hortatiou from the (Glasgow) British Timet, sotting inn motives wnicn Bi.ouia prompt tuo labors we have hinted at i American 81. a ebv. Oi.r readers are again re ruinded tlmt thoy uitiy have an opperluuity of serv ing the caiwo of t.iinucipntioti iu America, liy con ii Uniting t't the Huston Auti-SUvery Bazaar. It uultir tho auspices of tho Female Ami MaVery .Socioty of tlmt city, during tlio last week Of ovcry year. Tho next will he tire twenty first timo that theso indisfatigabl'i Iriends of tlio slave devnto .themselves to tlii.i modo of sorting the cause, and wo may bo s...

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. — 14 October 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY liUGLK. Wo goto press earlier this week than usual that 'our printers may have An opportunity to Attend the fair. Tug Horse Fair. Is opening vory favorably, Yiilito equal to tho expectations of it most sail- j guitio Iriends. Jforses nro ncro irom Kentucky, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Vermont And othor states. Among them arc some of the finest we havo ever con. liction. We go to press too early to know particulars of the election. Wo do know that the Anti-Nebraska candidates in this region aro elected by a majority which Astonish themsolvcs. ft Is said not a P'oiftocrat was to be seen out of doors in Caflttft last night, and ditto, of New Lisbon. Olds is reported badly beaten, and Wade of; ......... . ..,,.,,,, nm-u-u. in vtcyrjrn icnnsyivania, tilings liave gono the SAmeiny, ornor. iv.n....i. . i . . i. x uiiulu 13 supposuu 10 oo eioetcu gov-, ANTI-SLAVERY IN KENTUCKY. From the last National Era we learn that Hcv. John 0 , Fco is still faithfully and heroically pros- p...

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. — 14 October 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVEUY DUGLE. Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. From Bayard Taylor's New Book. DINNER WITH THE PASHA OF SOUDAN. Towards snnfot tho horses were got ready; Dr. 1'piU donned his uniform, nnd 1 circled myself in Frank costume, wiili t ho f sccptinn of the tarboosh. shawl !"! r! Uippors. Wc called tit the Catholic - Mis-i on our way to the Pulaco, and while con . versing with the monks in the garden, a message tssiiio trom the Pasha, requesting Abnnna Solev .. il..... u ... r V .. , , v in..,! ...... ujiutuMii, ni iir. inoiiincr m cane i ny tlio Copts and Mussulman m Khartoum to nceompary us. We. therefore, not nut .... foot witli the Vicar, with the grooms leading tho horses behind us. The Pasha received us at the entrance of his reception-room, and then retired rn Vri.V. hefv.ro further conversation. Tho divan at t'v further c.id of tho room was i j 'ho centre by n piio e-1 c-ishijns, the space on tl.o right hand be ing te cried for tho Pasha alone. The Consul. I I'ini "if ( tin ...

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. — 21 October 1854

! , , , , hi, III m' T T . . TpV, 1tfJ MAIItlS U. ItODIMSO.V, Editor. "NO UXIOX WITH SLA VEUOt.DERS." A.V JTAKSOX, ruMisting AgruU VOL. 10.XO. 10. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY OCTOBER 21, 185-1. WHOLE NO. 172. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ADDRESS ADDRESS OF THE LIBERTY PARTY STATE CONVENTION. The following Address was ndnptcd by tlie Lib erty Party iitato Convention, hold in thin city e,torJaJ" lyrce ChrvHid,. There arc ninny who wonder Hint we who make up id tin ill a number, hIiouIJ ocrscvore fr.un vo ir to year, in maintaining our political organization ; in foregoing all political preferment ; and in gl. in jecting ourselves to ridicule iunt contempt. Our answer to them is. that wu will gladly abandon our political organization, at soon a tbey will point out .my other to which we can honestly betake our elve. But where is there any other, which rep resents our essential views of civil government. . , . ', ""J ''or, w icii nohiH. ns weilo.iat tll.it civil iMVnriiiiiiint is i.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. — 21 October 1854

THE ANTI'-SlA VKlt Y DUGLK. "A IS A MAN FOR A' THAT." At th lato anil -slavery roiirent'ioim at Pyracuso, overvl culm-a I uiou ct" (lUtiiiuit.hvd talent were present, The &Viwvm CUruni-k, gives the lblkw lnj$ Complimentary notice til' them. , . 4 rot:oi..w Tho " Black Do.ig'.ass" horl, h. Ins speech hint uight, Unit he u a mm ni.n. ;ever Having !u'ar..l him Umic, wo iu i v l-o iicriuitteJ 1 1 expros our surprise that ho should t ithimt so nntoli nt tho trained Krl!'-rM'si-sii'ii nnd ' i vrmfcdrnt power i f a practised sneaker. He tie Vcloped-a s! 1-0115 love ol' ftm, tfl.ttlu il.i-h of the nl"': ". ,k:l1, "' k""tt l! hum in nature; !,;io undoi ne.ith w.n a mh.-ti .iU:i.! sound philosophy and rtwwn fenso view , Jifo and its all'iir ivnich m iru lliau all other things impressed us. Mr. Doi.gl.isj i yet a young ni in.l mid, w-o. trim!, has tthci and -e iter achievements l-cloru linn. r. .... ii iui, i.tt. i i, .ii. i, , 1' i . i . " 1:ek w feven iniiluiiitf,) wuh to tea I largo iiu...

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