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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 October 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY TJ GL E . ELECTIONS. "'' i liicolootinni which were hold lust week in Penn sylvania, Ohio nnd Indiana havoquito surprised the lemocrah ns well rs tlicir successful opponents. The fusioiiisls in this State expected to triumph en tho whole; but they did not expect an clonn a sweep as bus been made. Ohio ducted 21 congressmen. Th'j are nil nuti-Xebraska. Pennsylvania 25, of thcso 22 are anti-Nebraska as in alsohor Governor. Indiana elector! clcven'oll of whom we believe are claimed to bo or tho win stamp. The following ro the Cun-jrcssnieu clctoJ from this Stale : Iistiit:!.f. I I'i-t.Il lli.illnn Auti- XJiraskn. I Miinritiex. T. (h Dfiy, 1). 3.20D " ll tmilt.in S. ltnrrinoii.V " Under, Sen. h. 1). Ciiinnbcil. AV " Au;-lu!ze, Ae. M. N, Nirholn. I) " l.nelH. AS. H. Mott. 1. " Ad inis, & J. It. Kinrie, W " Oroene, .Ce. A llnrl in. V " Cl uk, &e. (J. Stiuitou. W " (h-awf rd &e. th K. Wntmn. " Uoss, &.: 0. K. .Moore, W " lhiirlii ld. Ao. A. V. Il irton.F S ...

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. — 21 October 1854

T II K ANTI-SLAVE It Y B UGL K Miscellaneous. From the type of the Times. GETTING AND MONEY SPENDING. GETTING AND MONEY SPENDING. GETTING MONEY BY SPENDING IT. A few words on Getting Money by Spending it. At ii general rule, economy, ur saving honey. ' iudispCIISllhlij til ill 1LTI l.l t loll. Dill III Some C.IM'S free expenditure of iik.im'V is tlu 1 method ol making it rapidly. In such caes, ImhuU'i-, the expenditure amounts to mi luicstini nt. An illus tration of thin in ix'imi nt YhiIhw Springs, G.cchc Co., O., where Anlioch College is I .cat.'d. Judge Mills, the p.iiicip.il lind 1 1 1 -1 1 1 j r nl that vicinity, seems to bu tho only man who understand llir nvido of in ak iiifr money ly expending it. Wliin tho College was oH'erel tn the lo.ui tli.it would Contribute tlio largest amount, Judge Mills said, " It must come liuro, mid 1 have ji.0,000 mr it." 'I ho location of tlio College sunn brought ii greal JCCSsioll of )'l)llill', who SOCIIlcd 1"!S I'! Illlll. Then lie said, wo ...

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. — 28 October 1854

. :.J. 1-..T ,'.1 ta&ittus it. itdmssoft, Editor. A'O VWIOX IVITIt SLA WllOLDEHS." VOL. 10. NO. 11. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY OCTOBER 2S, 1S5-J. WHOLE NO. 473. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From the N. Y. Tribune. THE DOMESTIC SLAVE TRADE. WARREN CO., (Miss.) Setp. 28, 1854. fon. Horace Ghf.ei.v, A'rw York City: i My object in addressing you these lines is this: I own a negro girl named t'aiharino, ti bright mu latto, aged between 2tf and .'10 years, who is intelli gent ami beautiful. The girl wishei to obtain her freedom nnd reside in citner Ohio or New York Stato: ami. to gratify her desire, I nm willing to lake th um ol Sl.Qixl, which tho friends of Lib erty will no doubt make up. Catharine, as she tells me, was born near Savanna, tin., and was a daughter of a Judge Hopkins, and at tho nge of 7 years, nc'.'onipaniod her young mistreas (who was a legitimato daughter of the Judge's) on a visit to .Now Orleans, wliero she (tho legitimate) died. Vathanne was then seized and....

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. — 28 October 1854

THIS ANT1-SLAVEKY HUGLE. The Anti-Slavery Bugle. Snlom. Ohio, October 23, ISV. PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MICHIGAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. The First Anniversary of ths Michigan Anti Slarerv Society wa: bold at BidweU's Hall, A Irian,' Oct. 14th, 1S54. In the abscueo of the President, Jacob Walton, fine of the Vice Presidents, took the Chair, and Thomas Chandler was appointed Secretary, j't'o cm. The following porsrns vere nppvinted Viy the Cli!ir ft Nominating Cimimittrc: Isaac 0. Mo t. Hickory Grove, Thomas Chandler, Adrian, Min. 'iTuldin, Plymouth, Robert B. Glasier, Ann Ardor, T. C. Warner, Adrian. The following wore appointed a Business Com mittee : C. C. Burleigh, Conn.. A. T. Fox., N. II., C. S. 8. Griffing, O., S. P. M nre, Ypsilanti, Jonathan Walker, Mis., Ephraim Rulin, Tccumsch, Jaii" Owen, Adrian. Financo Committee Josephine Griffing, Ann Hayball, Jane Owen, Jacob Walton. Auditing Committo Elipholct Jones, T. C. Warner. An appropriate Anti-Slavpry long w...

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. — 28 October 1854

IBM THE ANTT-SLA WAX Y lIUOLIi, fundamental principlo of nil moral (ruth, that "Ood it our father and all we liro bretheren." We ro called sometime people of one Idea. He had known a ruiuistor who w an Aboli tionists, nnd hi people complained tlmt he wan always preaohing nh.mt Anti-Slavery. On one occa- ion 1.0 determined ti preach sermon tlmt shjuhl : have no Anti-Slavery In it. )1 thought he had Sticecedo.l, Lut after tji viio he heard the people slni "Tho same old utory, he can preach nothing- but Anti-Slavery." Hut titers in another oom- tiaint broniht irainst us often t nn otinnaP diameter, that wc are men of ton many idea?. "I ind an Abolitionist" tliey any ''mid he in also fur Wo man' Mights I'racc aird Teinporynce nnd nil tho iims of tho age, an intermeddlor in the alTaim . .... .. . church and State, "seditious, a disturber, a fanatic,nn infidel. Ouooft!icsochnri;scisu tmoas tho.itlinr On the Anti-S livery plutf..rm, wo are men mil wo. men ot out tdea universal brotherhood....

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. — 28 October 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Miscellaneous. AN ESSAY ON FLOWERS. THEIR KINDS. '. They Are cf nil kinds of shapes. Thry fire of ell kiuds of perfumes, tli.:;roe.il 1o or delicious ; they are of all kind of toughness delicate, so thai tuny die of a stroke of the sun. or so strong timt tho hotter the sun the brighter they are somo cannot live in a hut cliniiito, others cannot live ill a cold J Some cannot hear a wot soil, other.-. rannot heir a dry nil owing to their different constitutions. Some ftro tall: others arc short ; m:iic iuvj big heads; others little. The heads n! "imio are l.'liA'; of others, almost perfectly round. As to e.dur, the rainbow is not d cit-eiiins't mce t" theni! the number of their colors is lotion all toi ls of grades. Thoy are not near ns ncconmio- dating peoplo. Tho man from Al'rh -a v. ill id Halifax, Mid tha man from Hilifax will do well in tho West Indies ; but the aloe wilt not flourish n. tho North, mi l the rosa will not get along in South America. AS TO T...

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. — 4 November 1854

t MAUIt'S II. KOBIWSOX, Editor. " A'o two.v irr tsLAvmoLDnns." ANN TEAIISOIV, PUltlUliIng Agent- VOL. 10. NO. 12. SALEM, COLUMWANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 185.1. WHOLE NO, 474, ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. RESOLUTIONS OF THE MICHIGAN CONVENTION. 1. Resolved, Tlmt the longer wo contemplate Mia character and observe the operations of Amer ican Slavery, the more deeply nro wo impressed Vrith the conviction of its inherent and in viirialilo sinfulness, its utter impolicy, and the duty of labo ring earnestly for its overthrow. 2. Unsolved, That the sin and prima nf lnvnrv it i .J ... i.- t - . :'!.. .t..u)B or conquers tcntory lor its . "uuriiiBcs me rigiu oi speech, or the kvrcss, or of locomotion, of trial by jury or of habeas corpus; that it seeks to subvert liberty in tho north, by compelling the people to return fugi-"- slaves to bondage or suffer fine and imprison t) "h all this it dues, but in seizing one went; thoub ' every human attribute, man, robbing him . - aud holding him ...

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. — 4 November 1854

THE ANT1-SLAVEUY HUGLE. (Abridged from the Philadelphia Ledger.) WOMAN'S RIGHTS CONVENTION IN PHILADELPHIA. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 18. flic annual National Convention for tho ndvnnco Inent o( Woman's Rights assembled to-day at Sun fcom Street Hn.11, in 0 e city nf IMtiln Julpl.in. About half-pant 10 o'clock, Miss Lucy Stnno anil the leaders of t,ho convention entered tlio Hull, find aftor a short time spent in tho coinniittc room, mado their nppoarancoon the platform. The convention was called tn nrdnr tn? Tnntiiin ' W. Iuvis, of Rhode Island. Sho read tho call of the Convention, setting forth tho objects of the movement to bo fur securing to woman equal rights with men in '.itcrary, scientilic, and artistic cduca-. tion, nnd ab,o to sharcin the elective franchise, and to fill the offi :cs in tho gift of the people. She announced that at an inf'Tinnl nicotine. r.rnostine L. Iloso, of New York, was selected as President, and proposed that the nomination should bo adopted. This prevailing, M...

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. — 4 November 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVE 11 Y BUGLE. "ISHMAIL"---SPIRITUALIZED. Tlio besetting sin of " Messrs. Gnrrison & Co." perhaps Is not npprobativoness. Nevertheless, though ft humble member of that company, wo nre always qnito willing "to see ourself as others see us," if wo miy perchnneo profit thereby. As we fire- probnbly not singular in this, wo copy tlio fol lowing spiritual explanation of tlio word Ishinnil. The pnragraph is from Swcdehhorg. Tho Now Church Repository introduces it ns follows: From tlio Now Church Repository for October. Will Mctsrs. Harrison A Co. take it as an nlb-noe if we say that the (Spiritual explanation of L hmail, given by Swcdonborg in tho following pniagraph, applies itself by a certain instinctive spotitaniety, to tlin school of reformers which they represent? "Tho rational principle consists of pood nod of truth that is, of those things which appertain to Charity, Mid of thoso things which Appertain to (aith ; rational truth is that winch is signified by tlio wi...

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. — 4 November 1854

Til 12 ANTI-SLAVEltY 1JUGL 12 . Miscellaneous. GREAT MEN. THEIR DARE AND LICHT SIDES. The tomleney to extravagance nn-l oxnjnr't'nn is so great in nil men, women included. Unit it i.- Scarcely possible to obtain ft true delineation of n character. To judgo bv ruio reason, and tint La fooling, is so vory 'liHl ult, that it belongs only To it perlei t being. Fooling in it weakness; nn nmia ble weakness sometimes, mmctinies lint but rtill n weakness reason is not it weakness, it is power. We all poisoss the fooling in greater pel lection thnn tho reason ; for weakness mtlii'r thmi strength it" tho characteristic of our nature, i We lovo ft character wish our (poling, and wo lmv n character with our feelings. W o draw the character ivith our rea.iuii; but, then, our icison i! always in the pay ol our foolini;s. It in it servile tiling, reason, mi unprihcp'c.l tiling; ft s ut of dug that will obey liny master. If love prevail, reason will back it and support it wiih i;s logic or its suph...

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. — 11 November 1854

. V- Hi if f r !?!N m aim us k. nomsso, r.iitior. jo vmo wtrit sr.Avviior.ir:ns." Aft I'lMItSOM, ruMiklilng Agent. V()L. 10. NO. 13. SALEM, COMJMMAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY XOVKMUKU 11, 1S31. AVJfOLK NO: 475. All Tit w S6C i THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT SALEM, OHIO. TKItMS. nor tinnmspayli! In ilriinre. . Or t'i U ttio viiil of I'm Viiir. Wo ni'i.ii'-iiiAllv ti'ti.l iiiunln'i-s In tlio.n who nr. nntnl oriborn.liiit who nrr lii'lli-vrl to ! inlcrustiMl In tli.iU.iT,ftiHtir.n at miti-Kl.viiry Iruth. wllh tlio Impr licit lh, T n-ill.-itlna nl rll IY1 , If '. "i , OiMininnlcMlon Intn.ilfil for lnmrttnn. to Ik ml.lrwril to lUliuj u. u.iiisoi, KJItjr. All otlwri to A.x.i vimsux, I'uij- lii.i., l,..il rKii.il ur APit.iuiiM.iu. bn. Square (IS Mni-ii 1 tlirro wriV, " lit b ! llltonjl Insertion, 11 HI l lUOIltllK, - (Irjw)i'Br, . Tfwo .quarrl. U months, - ' One v.ftr, ..... tin. Fourth tnliitnn one Tt'iir. with itItIWo of rlmntiliin . ... r r. . . (. 1- n II '11 t I 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. — 11 November 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVEltV BUGLE. SEVENTEENTH ANNIVERSARY. OF THE Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society. The Proceedings of this impnvtmil nnd into annnrsary lira repiiriiHi nt lentil in mo .MUi- watery M.indard. J lie Standard says of the says ot the meeting. "It was mi excellent 0110 from tho UC-M .,. . 1 . , , . ! fi.nn.nR to the close, the attendance was larSe, the Kpcakmg uniformly jpood, nnd often eloquent, nnd, me resolutions mloptcil, lii:lit):ied anil uiieoiiipro - tntsinit. nrnviii!? com Insivelv tlmt llm canso in I cnnsylvania is tu it has even licen upward nml onward, and giving assuraneo that its friends in tlmt quarter who ever else may grow w eary nnd faint hearted, will endure to tho end of the con flict." -it . . . 1 . . . . . . ne congratulate our I cnnsylvauia tnenJs on the success of their annuel convention nnd d..ubt the renort we hIioiiIi! nthorwlsn he trbi.l tn do uie report us wo should otherwise he gi.ni to no, not it wilt bn the occurs, ,r nnd oienarat vo ofi V1MWS 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. — 11 November 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. CORRESPONDENCE. ORLAND, Steuben county, Indiana, Nov. 1st, 1854. l)r.A Marm! In my last communication I re ferred t our visit to Canada, nnd (tut fur making that letter immoderately long, eliould have snid some tilings tli.t I want to say now, of the condi tion of tl.c fugitives :liere. From nil the informa tion that wo Were able to obtain 1 y personal ob nervntion, nnd conversation with friends that were liiformoj on tlio subject, we wcro enabled to enn- ciu.ie tlmt most of them nrc lining well, and nrc lully able tit take cure of themselves. Labor can be readily found by nil who nro willing to woik rorll.. prices that will we rnmr thorn nn.l l.n... .!.'. mm- "u ccouuiiiy, win rnat'io tlici, to p hll their nepdu. Vi'tfn in ,..,.....,1 , , ., I . ,. .. pply ... 1( j relieve, nrc m Cdtm-tons to t)m. All,i Rn cvi, ,mg ,j0cn DJ tlioso V tlO llftVC sol I -itc.l cm,t,-;i,il. C.r r,i lives in tl,n 9iin. , n UV0B in MlC ftlillo--, n,,,! , ,.,,u,, ,,,, ... ,1. . . 1u...

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. — 11 November 1854

TILE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Miscellaneous. From Dickens' Household Words. DOCTOR PANTOLOGOS. iWtnr Patib.logei taught school at Accidcntiiim fot thirty years. L .uld rather nut reveal where APnilonti.ini is. Le', il 1 in 111 ankshiro. Wo, don't want, down nt Ac . Monti .111, the JL I v titi ne n I Commissioner, or any other cnmiuis'uiucr or e.mi rni'ton whilsoever. It' we have grievances, wc can sofTcr and ho strung, as Mr. L.i-.igieilow w : t a tt'- homely synon villi! hi it, vb can grin ;i n 1 boar it. t 1 ol U' Pant. dogns was r wry learned mm. 1 1. could 11 1 t 1110.10110 lauli nor presigu tidn and storm i, nor ii;d tin" ru n run tli.it In1 1'. ml 1 : but ho was as full id' Latin, Greek, nud ll -lr.c v. as an ogg is p.ipuludy s ti 1 t 1 be lull of uio.it. I!" a walking dictionary. A Thc-uunn in rusty black. A lox w ith a v. hito neckcloth. l?avb l'!rannis, the Svaligcrs, Beinly. S ilma-iu, and the Scholiast up u Everybody, nil ruliol u 1 together. Tile troo-i, clad wiili leafy g 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. — 18 November 1854

(71"' i -' - . " 1 1 J If A III US II. UOlllSSOX, Editor. A'o iwo.v 7 r sr.Aii:iior.nr:ns: AXS I'n.tHSOiV, PnMUIitr.g An- VOL. 10. NO. 14. SALEM, COLUMIUANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOV KM I J Kit IS, 1851. WHOLE NO. 47G. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. GERRIT SMITH. The American Jubilco, edited by H'm, Goodell, lifts a kind but nUo criticism of flcrrit Smith's Congressional courso, approving of it in tho main, but dissenting from and condemning Mr. Smith's Views on Cuban annexation). To this Mr. Smith Replies in a circular, w h'ch lie has kindly forward tod us. Mr. Smith seems to feel himself misronra- Kontod, wronged, and assailed by almost every t..p . :.i.. . , .... .. , J c . , , ,. . . . - class or men in tlm nnu ntrv fil.r,1,twtiota nn1 j ...,....,....,,..,,,,,,- I ..... mnn inml ..hn ma .I.a ...... i ll-f'. ..... vnrtio wiu lauii iiiuiii-y io rit' ftlftffWW, Hdilch we think ho quilo overrates. We aresorrjMo sen Mr. Sm,th g0 sensitive, and so .. i . . . , . . . deeply V7pW. Bui wuhottt co...

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. — 18 November 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVISH Y liUGLE. From the Liberator. KNOW-NOTHINGISM. T, . i l ucre Imyo bean ninny odd conditions of political Mlilirs W.lhm ,t.i iikhu...... I...... u... ...'...-.. 1 1.. - i i v umt mi, isincu the CollilO IllVn ..Mima nf I l.n .,,,,.... .r !. chess-board. Mo hv !. rn.,wi.ic , ... , , "v .... ....... orism,!,, S ntonu Woll as iu Church, one of those T(!?eK;m .JV? r(,:c;,!,friwohi' MirtioiV in ,.,11 .V rr !"' oi Vt. go alon. And wo think tliat u,;ver holore did , ri A'H :. . . - . iiniiun more man ai mis 'irexent tune. J lev ran l,u,1c Iil. Hloasod nliilos.iohv nt tlm i,l:.v. il,.,. i .,i i for their amusement, beim- assured that the .level- nmonU of thi (.., . 1.. ;n i . in... ' intliwneV nv .r tl ,i I-. fcr f, however mu'ch the actor, may with '.. ubordiimto it to the interest of their petty o,"n, de. 1 ' 1 Tho Know-Nothuu Movement i one of those temporary excitations which jrrow up in a niht, and wither when the sun is high in the heavens. It has no principle ot enduri...

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. — 18 November 1854

T II E A N T I S L A V 12 It Y I) V G L E . ANTI-SLAVERY CONVENTION. At ft Convention assembled ftt Bnttlo Creek, No emler 4lli, 1854, for the purpose of promoting tlic Anti-Slavery cause, ORLANDO MOFFATT was Vhoson Chairman, mid It, 11. Merritt, Secre tary. On motion, Voted, thnt tlio Chair appoint a Bus. Inoss Committee of seven, to bring forward reso lutions, and a Finance Coinmittoe of two. Tim Convention was then nd .resscd by C. C- llurleigh, after which the Chair announced the Iwwint Committee On ItiiiMC. C. Hurloigh, C. S. S. finding, Klias C. Manchester, Francis Titus, Andrew T. s', Hannah F. Moriitt, Joseph Barton. On Financt .Toscphino Grilling, Phebo Mrritt. Adjourned until to-morrow morning, nt ten Vclmk. K'ormiiKR 3. Convention mot pursuant to ad- journment. The Business Committee reported the f..1lo'.w.. . . fllow.ng resolutions , 1 t t ,... ... 1. iiesoiron, 1 Mat American "laverv, prncticallv j giving inn lie ns ic (loos to the Christian doctrino of 1 mH Im i: 7. .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. — 18 November 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVE It Y BUGLE Miscellaneous. From the Evening Post. THE CITY OF SAINT DOMINGO. Contrast between its Past and Present Condition—Its Contrast between its Past and Present Condition—Its Dilapidated Fornications-its Harbor Deserted— Dressings—Churches—Buzzards—Yellow Peter Market—President Santana—His Simplicity— The Tower and Prison of Columbus—Population, &c. Tlio city of Saint Domingo presents nothing like too grandeur d oicn lou ly "linedo, who ronl;ii there thirty year after it. establishment. At thnt nmg tnero was no cuy in ppnin according to inn necounl) that could in any way compare w ith it. The river "Ojhnc," which runs close to the walls of the town, wns considered '-a most beautiful and wonderful port,'- whero the heaviest hulcn phips eonl. 1 lie in safety even under the windows of the houses, "and the heaven was no fine nnd commo dions that the liko was known in few places in the world. " The homes were so magnificent, (especi ally the one built by Diego Col...

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. — 25 November 1854

.SMLL.L.L.JI...U. . It A 111 US It. ItBI.SOX, Editor. xo lwiqx with sL.iyniroLO:nst' A.W I'EAIISO.'V, PnMUklnB Agtafs T.tr -.n-'.-ia - - - - - aa:.- ' YOL. 10. NO. 15. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATU11DAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1S54. AY HOLE NO. 477. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. THE SABBATH AND THE ABOLITIONISTS. I he British abolitionists nre now passing through the same edttost, which has so often engaged khe Attention of American Abolitionists. There ns here, aro to befound those who prefer tho tylhcs of ."mint, annis, and cumin," to "the weigh-1 ir matters of the law, to justice, mercy and truth." i Notwithstanding its general nopulnritv ircnultio T II J O abolition Is there as well ns hero a true test or character a our readers will see from tho follow ing discussion t It it not a dull in the I'niied States to hold Anti ' Slavery Meetings on the Sabbath f ' From tb ScuttUh Prru. of S.pt. it, UH - At the Anti-Slavery conference held at Manches-I ter, on the 1st August. 18...

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. — 25 November 1854

THE ANTI-SLA VElt Y BUGLE. 0 miner culled upon the South "n ith the nic-IcWitice ' nf heroic, iili inlif Hint fc.irlc.-s men of llic North, to crush tutt nuti-al.ii cry lunmiciMu.,' 'lite Hich- moim MVm'v viii'l f tlinxe v. ho v. cro ilaHiuiiuitig : 1 toughs that they wpro 'u herd of poltroons; cue brave man could driio lliem to the en -f" tlie firth with a lady, riling v.hip. 1 lie nuriniig lon t'ninn predicted Unit all the bluster of the Nerth about tlio passngn of tlio Nebraska Mil Would die, nwny in it hi I done en former occti- inns. , Mr Toombs, of da., in u speech in tie Senate, reminded .Mr. Seward of the storm which lie Mr. S. had pre In te l, in 1 ."!. would follow the n-msige of the Fugitive Slave law. The Sena tnr, sni I lie, went homo, n few rescue.! werj put up nnd then nil w:n (jtiiet. His thunder vu nut roil, hut iheot-ir.!ii mi I iiIiomjImI'iis. Another Senator, Mr. II lie. inidcrt ok to ti ll tlu fate of those ho voteil fur those measures : therc;ult Ma", lie v.n n...

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