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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 29 October 1847

PUULISHHD KVIJKV KIUIJAV AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By the Executive Committee if the Western .inli-Stavery Society. JAMES BARNABY, Jr. Publishing Jgcnt. BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) ., J. ELIZABETH JONES, l'D,T0, Printed for tht Executive Committee by G. N. HAPGOOD. From the Louisville Examiner. Correspondence and Correspondents. DiJ you ever, reader, have n pile of letters before you, from various pans and people, find read them over one by one! It in nut al ways a pleasant task. Itul it m ly tin made o, if yu will only learn from ilicin i lie char acter! uftlie writers. The cautious, sanguine, bold, impulsive, timid can lie gucsM-d, at once, w iihont Combe's book, or Fowler's Phrenological bust. This whole day, though not with this vipw, We have been readmit H"d answering letters, and we do not know th.it we ran employ its close better than in giving a running notice of their contents. The first we take up is from a North Ala- bamian. His parents were Smith Carolini- ans; but moved ...

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 October 1847

A Sharp Rebuke. We copy, says tho New York Cnmmpr cial Observer, llio following indignant letter, signed by a wi ll known name, from lli c New ark Daily Advertiser: To the Editor if the Xcwark Daily slJitrlieri Sm: Ycu U id not, perhaps, hear an 1 re your papers of Monday uml 'I'nt sil .,y do not stale it that a negrcss, about one hun dred years old, was run ovrr and killed by the '1 renton accommodation train, in the cen tre of the City of Newark on Saturday even ing. Had she been while, young and rich, her death, and the accident might possibly have reached your para. The facts of the case, of which you have not heard, are as follows The train, having come at its usual speed op me roaa, increased us pace at met curve after passing the bridge, blew onn shrill note with the steam w histle before reaching the Centre street's depot, and w ent on at full speed. Onu hundred and fifty yards from that point the train was stopped abruptly, and seeing other passengers jumping out, I did lik...

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 October 1847

Liberty Party in Columbiana County. Wc suppose tlie Liberty party of this coun ty expects us to pay somo attention to it At i least once a JPar, and as wo liave been arms- j tomed to notice it about election lime, it is : hardly worth while for its now to deviate j from our usual course. At tho election last fill the vote for Lewis ifwc mistake not was I(j9. This yenr ; the highest vote on the Liberty purty ticket : was 97, the lowest 02. Perhaps tho votn would have been larger, had not thn rain put 0 damper upon the zeal of some who believe ! th at Voting is tho only means by w hich slave-1 ry can be overthrown, and our country re deemed from i!s deadly blight. Tho pros-! pects of the party were last year considerably dashed by tho sune cause, and it was too bad ; to have them spoiled again this year. We i don't know but such resalts might hu pro-! pcrly included among "the evils of rain" as enumerated on the llh page. ! There is one fact connected with the Lib- ' erty party vote o...

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 October 1847

POETRY. For the On the Visit of W. L. Garrison, Frederick Douglass, and S. Foster. They camp 6tprn champions of llie Right! Nor furious mob, nor public frown, Nor lilnrk-lorgiifd sl.ii.df r, clothed in white, Had power to diiunl, or crush them down. The mantle from the Church Ihpy tore, And lo! she stood before our night Drpp stained wiih guilt, and crimsoned o'er, Cowering beneath Truth's piercing light. The pprple's idols wire o'ertl.row n, And Bigotry rose up in wrath, And hissed her cringing minions on To dog the bold reformers' p.ttli. Si lU on the strong and dauntless pressed, Diffusing light in every pan; Till with prcruethean fur, the West Thrilled through its vast and mighty heart. Souls long in Error's bondage held li lit now rrjnicing in the liutli, Gathered around them, and repelled The tiger's fang, the serpent's tooth. And who are they whose presence woke Such troubles, fear, and rancorous hate 1 What were the dangerous words ibey spoke With ruin trau j; Sn it C uircli...

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 November 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By the Executive Committee if the Western Anti-Slavery Society- JAMES BARNABY, Jr. Publishing Agent. BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) Kditor8. J. ELIZABETH JONES, 'DIT0 Printed for tht Executive Committee hy G. N. HAPGOOD. Extracts from Sermons by C. L. Watson, pastor of the First Presbyterian cliuich, Ohio City. Slavery. Our example and our efforts should cor respond with our privileges. But, alas ! they do not. While the very heavens are made to reverberate our shouts of exultation, on ev ery anniversary of our national independence, there are within our Republic a people, as numerous as were the colonists ut the period of the Revolution, who are groaning under a tyranny manifold more grievous than that which onr high-souled fathers deemed intol erable yea, even worse than death itself. Though deprived of many inalienable rights, the colonists were not left entirely destitute. Thev were not doomed bv law to intellectual end moral darkness...

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 November 1847

COMMUNICATIONS. E. Smith—Christian Duty, & c. A day or two since looking over The Trim YVesleyan, 1 gw an nnicle from the Rev. Edward Smith, which contains some things worthy of attention. For soma months past Mr. Smith, acting in tho eapncity of Con ference Missionary," has been through differ ent circuits preaching on the withdrawal of J. W. W alker, and against the position of the "Garrisonians.'' Inferring to the Deer. ille Quarterly Meeting held at We.i Ches ter, he says "On Monday I preached on brother Walk- reasons for leaving the Church, and b,.Uii-u uui tnnsuans might support government, vote and hold office under the Constitution, allowing it lo he allthe Gar- nsonians said it was. I heard lint nnt. opinion expressed of the sermon (hat was, tliat tnv Positions uvm This sermon I hope was seasonable; as this part of our Zion had been visited by these political and religious heretics a short time previously; I had no opportunity to do any thing for our Missions at th s me...

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 November 1847

Phonography. Ob our fourth patre will be found the Pho- nographio A1,.lmUel, in connection with . 7, ' .. i e article prepared hy VV . C Airxanucr, oi L, lumhrina, in this county. We have nlso on our tahln n pamphlet or 41 n.ure. I.v the mimn writer, entitled "An IxTilnDucTinN to PnoMOORAPy V, designed especially for the use of those vilio have not the aid of a teacher. Price li els. single; 1 per dox.; 0,23 per hundred. Address the author i.a above. Mona Duriiowi.nu. The New Hampshire Whigs have borrowed a Cube ri.alnri.il candi date from either the Independents or Liberty party. From which party we arc unable to aa) , for we are not certain where Nathaniel S. Derry belongs, there lining an u mauled controversy in rog.u d to this ijtieslioii. Southern Spirit. We found tlio following letter copied into one of our exchanges without any credit giv en to the paper from which it was taken. We suppose it is from the "South Carulini- , on" this however, is a matter of but little : moment,...

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 November 1847

POETRY. From the Liverpool Chronicle. Old Time. BY G. LINNÆUS. BANKS. Theme's a mighty old Spirit abroad in the air, And his footsteps ere risible every whore : lie hath been on the mountain ill hoary with years, And left it bedewed in an ocean of tears ; Ho hath clambered over turret and battlement gray, And wrapt them in mantles of silent decay ; He Jiaih swept through the forest, and laid , at a blow, Tbe stalwart oak, chiefof the leafy tribe, low ; In Art, as in Nature, the vast and sublime. All apeak of the visits of greybearded Time. He's a skeleton thing with a countenance grim, AH toothless his gums, and his eyeballs are dim ; A two-edged scythe in his lank, bony band, His 'scutcheon's hatchment of glass-ebbing sand ; A liar of juwels, worm-eaten and black, And arrows omnipotent bung at his back. He mounts on the lightning, he leaps with the wind, Destroying nnd scattering, before and behind. The sun dial's shadow, and old abbey's chime, Denote with a warning the mission of ...

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 November 1847

I'UULISIIED EVERY tflUDAVAT ., SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. millet of the Western , .inti-Slnvery Society. , "JAM&S BABMABY, h.PubUtking Jgtut. IJRNJ VMIN S. JONES, ) ,,D1TuRg J, EL.lZAUETlI JONES, J LD1ToR8' Printed for the Executive Cummillcc by G. N. 1IAPGOOD. k fJ-The following despatches from .Major . , J it'll Downing will probably bu as interest t jug to our readers, at other relating lo Mex ico, with which the papers are how ovcrllow- , '. . , From the National Intelligencer. Despatches from Major Downing. Citv Or Mexico, L'umtkd Status, J September 27 ', 181 s 'Mil. Oalks & Skatos : My dear old friends, I'm alive yet, though I've been thro' showers of ball as Illicit . us hailstones. 1 gut your, paper containing my letter that I wrote on Ilia road lo tlie war. The letters I wrote afterwards, the guerrillas and robbers are ao thick, I think it's ten chances to one if you got 'em. Some of Gineral Scott's let ters is missing just in the same way. ' Now we've got the ci...

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 November 1847

A Great Slide. Tlie n,ifUo Correspondent of the Notional I.M, referf ntf t? t1B discussion of ,ie Amr. 1 U. .T,J of Forc'Sn Missions recently held "i mat city, say ' .rni'!" I1',' ToJJ-''ned Mission nn ,ne.VerVdtf',el,i " 'his SE V i. " n r,eJ 1 " boarJ lo ulie l, i- I ' ou' e ,aul 11,9 in,erMl -'ni looted 1 o. mm Chf'man. fo' "ufferings 0f ,,e 3,IKK,000 of slave in our own Und was very well, if iheir sofferings were as great as they were represented; l,.,t, said I,,, e nills, at he whole world look at the 150,000,000 r heathen who groin under tlin horrid su perstitions of the old world. . We mast cm largo our benevolence .world-wide, and. in TTJlTlh0 Wl,0,e world, .t,lv tc fee tlle3,000,000-o,aid he, I would not say ' '? ,b" c,''r"sivenc8. of our world-wide benevolence, wt mui rise e A.W, hi I r tJ,er M ?-0.000 W Thus he defined hit i position, and made a most pa- TJT? f1r fund4 , carr "''"J operations for the ensuing year." I is it Tor the heathen, if not for honie-Und, that this ...

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. — 12 November 1847

A Confession. We suppose it makes quite at much differ ence in (lie estimation of some, as lo who said a thing, as what is the thing said. The old lady who at clans-meeting confessed shu was a vile and wicked sinner, and that she de served to be eternally damned, did so with a great deal of self complacency, was indeed tjuite proud of her humility; hut she became exceedingly angry with the neighbor who confirmed all she had said, and declared she was- ns bad as she represented herself to be. , , Tlie truths uttered by the abolitionists bout churches and church members are as ungraciously teccived as was the declaration of the old lady's neighbor; though it is well known they have not represented either or ganizations or individuals in a worse light than their own confessions have placed them. Take for instance, the followiug declaration of the Ohio Observer: " Our churches may conceal the fact from their own eyes, and perhaps, he angry with those who in faithfulness to their souls, ...

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 November 1847

POETRY. Not on the Battle Field. BY JOHN PIERPONT. M To fall vn Ihe bnlllt fttM .fihlingfar my tltar tounlrtfthat wvuld not be hard." The Ne ion nous. O no, no let ne Im 11 Not en m field of buttle, hen I die ! I.t not the iron tread Of tli a mad war horse crush my helmed head ; 1 Nor let Ihe recking knife, That I have drawn against a brother' lifr, Ba in my hand when Death Thunders along, and tramplet mo beneath Hi heavy tfiuadron't heels ' Or gory felloes ol his caunon'i wheels. From inch a dying bed, Though o'er it float the stripes of while and 1 ' . v i And lb. bald eagle bring. T1, ol.trin.r i.r ., nnn his w de.snread - a i - wings, To sparkle in my sight, 0, never let my spirit take her flight ! I know that beauty's eye Is ail the brighter where gay pennants fly, And braaen helmets dance, And sunshine (lashes on the lifted lance; I know that bards bare sung, And people shouted till the welkin rung, In honor of the brave Who on the buttle field have found a grave ; 1 know that...

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 November 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. liy the Executive Vommilhe f the If'tttern ' Anti-Slavery Society. . JAMES BARNABY, Jr. Publithixg Agent. BENJAMIN K. JON US, i PnIT0M J. ELIZABETH JONES, ''D,Tons' Printed for tht Executive Committee by a. n. hapgood. 03" The following letter to Washington lias often been referred to hy anti-slavery lec turers, unci we think out subscribers will be glad to have a ropy. July last, the following Letter was transmitted to the person to whom it was ad dressed, nnd a few weeks ago it was return ed nndpf cover without n syllable in reply. As children that are crammed wild confec tionary, have no relish for plain food ; somen in power, who Hre seldom nddressed hut in the sweet tones of adulation, ere npt to be disgusted with the plain and salutary lan guage of truth. To offend was not iIip in tention of the writer; yet the President has evidently been irritated: this, however, is not a bad symptom for irritation, causeless ly excited,...

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 November 1847

Quakerism--War--Slavery. We acknowledge Qeskerism to ho pond thing m theory, because it inculcates t:hris lianity, love to God, and love to ill mankind. It has "no reaped to persons, but will) the tlivinlly of ths good Samaritan, turns its ear to the man who hath fallen amonff thieves, it lends a hand and compass and pump, a horse and guide, to the bewildered, flying fugitive it remember) ths slaves in honds as bound with thenn It sympathises with the red man's race, which, hy the white man's inhumanity, has been driven almost lo the extra-mundane of the material world, from home and friends, and from their fields, hunting grounds, and the graves of hoi. lauiers, u lorgets not itio Uruukard in liis slough, his hasgared wife and tatter.-.! responsibilities; uor is it unheeding of the condition of the care-worn soldier, who mourns over his country's and his own rash. iirs, wnne us welters in his own gore, ruiieraoie, mangled, living corpse upon the vai.io-neia. Ana to leeu the hungry ...

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 November 1847

Anti-Slavery Sewing Circles. This is the uason when Sawing Circles should flourish most; nnd it is to ba hoped if ih friends of the star in any neigh borhood have suspended their gatherings for a little while, they have resumed the in era this if they have not, we foar they are Us ing time. . The Fair of last year was attended with such good success, that another will be held some time during the coining summer for tho ' benefit of the Western Anti-Slavery Society, and it would be well to commence our labors in season. Sewing Circles are among the best means for agitating and keeping alive the question of anti-slavery. Not only do they continu ally fan the interest of those who personally engage in them, but their frequent meetings, their labor, and the products of their indus try all exert an excellent influence in keeping th wrongs and the sufferings of the slave before the people. A friend in neighbor ing town recently said to us, "Our Sewing Circle is doing finely, and contiibut...

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 November 1847

POETRY. Strive On. Strive on the ocean ne'er was crossed, '' Repining en the shore; . A nation's freedom ne'er w won -When Slmli the banner bo'e. Strive on 'tis cowardly to shrink VV hen dangers lise around 'Ti sweeter far, tho' linked w ith pain, . si I'o gain the vantagn ground. Bright oarac. nre on the roll of Fame ; .. ( Likn stars tin y shine on high ; ; Tbey may be hid with brighter rays, , : Uul never, uever die ! .And t'bp.e Were lighted 'mid the gloom, Cflov? obscurity, ' Struggling through yrars'of pain and toil, And joyless poverty. Hut strive the world's not til a w.-.ste, T - A' wilderness ufcrf; Green p'ols nrp on tim fil,t nflifc, And flW'frts blooming ft : i r. ..Then strive hut, rl', let Virlns be .! .Thp guardian nf yotin tin 1 . I.pt mire, unclouded love illume . . i . -.'J'lie -j dili lliat lerfis to To a Wearied Worker. "Rest J" Tliou mtis, rut set k for rest (.- tmil ll r I. k he done, ., f .Thou must rf, r,y ,ljr ,t,rthen down r Til) setting of the mm. i ' tho...

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 November 1847

I'UULISHUD EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By Ihe Executive Cvmmilttt of the Western .inli'Slavery Society, JAMES BARNADV, Jr. Publiiliing .Igent BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, j Editors. Printed for tht Executive Committee by O. N. HAPGOOD. Work. Nothing i mote indefinite than the prcva le.it idea of what cnnstiiuteR work, unit who nr real workers: especially as applied lo re form. That the term contains Hie Idea of an active employment of soma or all the powers of tho man, every one concedes; but while we nre not aware that the affirmation is dis tinctly made, we believe that there is a pre vailing impression that nothing is include! by the word except the putting forth of phys ical power, either directly or indirectly. Many are the comparisons wo hear between working and talking between moral sua sion and labor, as though these things were entirely distinct from each other. The man who depends on the utterance of truth, in (he love of it, and a life of puri...

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 November 1847

Henry Clay's Resolutions. The following are the resolutions offered by Henry Clay at his Lexington meeting. 1st. Resolved, As the opinion of this mee ting that the primary cause of the present un happy War existinn between the Untied Stales of America nnd the U. S. of the Re public of Mexico was the Annexation of iexas tfce former, and the immediate occa sion of hostilities between the two Republics arose ovlof the order of the President of the L'nilH Stes for the removal of the army under the command of (Jen. Taylor from its position at Corpus Christitoa point opposite Matamoras on the east bank of the Rio Ilra Yo, within the territory claimed by both Re publics, but then under jurisdiction of .Mexi co and inn iblted by its citizens that tho or der of the President for the removal of the army to that point was improvident and un constitutional, it being without the concur rence of Congress, or even consultation with it, although it was in session ; but that Con gress having by its ...

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 November 1847

and infidelity will toon claim you as one of its strongest defenders !" "Suffer me to remark also," said Mary, "that orthodoxy or no orthodoxy, infidelity or no infidelity, I am willing to take my chance in the world to come, with these same persons that you call infidels. God for bid that I should be found at the judgment day in company with the defenders of war and slavery !" A LISTENER. The Cholera. The slow but certain approach of that world spreading pestilence, the Cholera, fore-shadows scenes of terror and of death. The heart of the stoutest quails at the anticipated presence of this unseen foe whoso progress nor mountain nor ocean can withstand. It is marching with appalling certainty in its for mer path, sweeping the earth from East to West, and piling up pestilence-stricken corpses upon the field of its terrible triumph. All dread its approach, and though the pow er of man cannot stay it in its course, it may lessen its triumph and rescue many victims from its embrace. The...

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 November 1847

POETRY. The Daughter's Request. BY MRS. ABDY. My father, tlion hast not the lale denied ; They say that ere dawn, to-morrow, Thou w ilt bring back a radiant and smiling brido To our lonely house of sorrow. J should w ith thee joy of tliy coming bliss; Hut tears my words arc suppressing ; I think of my mother's dying; kiss, And my mother's parting blessing. Yet, to-morrow, 1 hope to hide my care, I will still my bosom's beating, ' And strive to give to thy chosen "Lir A kind and courteous greeting. She will heed mo not, in the joyous prido Of her pomp, and friends, and beauty ; Ah ! Utile need lisilh a new made bride, Fur a daughter's quiet duty. Thou gavest her costly perns they say, When thy heart first londly sought her; Dear father, one nuptial gift, 1 pray, Bestow on thy weeping daughter. My eye even now on the treasure falls; I covet anil ask no other; It has hung for years on our ancient walls 'Tis the portrait of my mother. To-morrow, when all is in festal putse, And the gues...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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