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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 December 1847

BEVJAMIN S. JON IES, ) NES, j Editors. J. ELIZABETH JO Printed for the Executive Committee by Q. N. HAPGOOD. PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By the Executive Committu of the Wetter Anti-Slavery Society. JAMES BARNAB Y, Jr. Publithing Agent From the Liberty Bell. A Day in Kentucky. A Up with a riding-whip on the door, rous ed me from my book, and on opening it, 1 saw before me an elderly man, of some sixty years, tall in stature, erect as an Indian, w ith a cheek where the brown and red were blend ed in perfect health, and whose long white hair floated over his shoulders. " Allow me," said he, with an sir of sweep ing and graceful courtesy, ' to announce my self as John Kemp. 1 heard from my friend S., that you were here, and propose to you to take a ride to my farm. The morning is glo rious ; the horses at the door ; the road good ; my boy will bring your portmanteau ; the la dies will be glad 10 see you ; my sons are noble fellows I promise you a pleasant tim...

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. — 3 December 1847

COMMUNICATIONS. SOUTHINGTON, Nov. 29, 1847. Ebitoih or ni Buoitj My attention has been recent' y called to an rticle by O. W. Bushnell, published in the Bugle of Ootober 8th, and grossly mis rspresanting ths "Disciple Church," and my. elf In particular. Were the "BugVe" war. llli nolee only heard in thoso parte where Bushnell it known, a correction of hie mis- representations would be wholly unr.tersis ry for at home ;' people eenerallv know how to appreciate any thing he may say of tne onuroh, or myaelf. From hie ehaoite let ter, I hare made eot the following five items of complaint, via : He complains let. That he wee denounced for not fel lowehiplng- alaveholdcrs. 3d. That 1 denonnoed hlro for preecmlng to call a vote or the chursh to appoint hits elf, and two nthera a commlitee to prepare little entl-slavery cresd, which ha en Hi a "proposition" for the adoption of the church. 3d. That I denounced him and thla little ereed. 4th. That I bad charged him with cove nant breaking, fo...

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. — 3 December 1847

should nil be ao much disturbed because Mrs. Price walks with oolored man to-day when it is no uncommon occurrence in our strettB. I've Keen her walk with he' man John many s limo, and ao bare the real of yon." , "That's a very difl'ersnt thing," returned the minister. "John i her aerfant, and ehe is getting to be an old woman ; If ehe choo aea to take Me a:n to help ber along, It le ail well enough." "Perhaps aha toek the arm of Douglass for the aame reason to helphsr along," eaid the grave man. "I can see no great differ ence in the cases, only, as you aay, John is her tenant end Douglass her guest. I don't know why it ia any more disgraceful to walk with a guest, with an equal, with a highly intelligent man, than with an inferior with a servant." "It's rery well," observed Henry, "to hare a colored man at your eide in the street, or in your carriage, or in the parlor, if be la only a servsnt; but if he happens to be above that condition, you disgrace yourself in the eyee of all A...

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. — 3 December 1847

POETRY. The Angel and Demon of the Heart. Sometime w ill are petulant sometimes re proud and cold ; Then listen to my timple Ule law of "mes of old , , Sweet Co and I, were all alone one dark and dreary day, , . Watching lo eee the merry rain upon Ine win dow play. Our work wai resting on our band our book a were thrown sside Our brows were knit in half a frown, and wearily we sighed ; Our words were few, their fretful aound did tell of our unrest, That cheerfulnesa had died away, and left Our youthful breast. Then envy came with all her train our tones grew mora unkind. Until we seemed to rack our brain the mock inn words to find t The angel of our loving hearts had left ua in despair The Demon of our fallen race was laughing in hia lair. And proud and prouder grew our words, and darker gleamed our brow, Alas ! that ever petulance should kindness bverthrow. And taunting grew our every look, and bitter grew our wood, . And anger with hia boiling rage was stirring up our blood. My Co...

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. — 10 December 1847

PUBLISH i:D UVEIIV flllUAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By the Executive Committee f the Wetlern .inli-Hluvery Society JAMKS BAIINABV, Jr. Publishing .'tcnt IlKVIVMIN' S. JONF.S, l:ITon,. J. KLIZAUFTH JONKS, j ljD,T0 Printed for thi Executive Vummittec by o. N. iiapgood. From the Pittsburgh Com. Journal. Mr. Uinui.K : 1 see by last week's Jour- Hal 111 it I lie hulk 9 bless iln in u Ini w "iil'l wish In he II lady ? luive lii i ll M S' in- iriir Captain Howiey ami his coiiipniy a li.in- I ner. H lid all Hint. Why (lid liny not also give thi'in h Uible nnii a hnwic knlle, a pair of pistols and Psalm hook 1 God help Hits ladles, and give them nmre si tw next turn-, fur tliev have need of it hut they li ive a right t ) show their warlike predilections if they please. Mi'ti are in duty bound in bring acceptable offerings to ' beauty's shrine," and if broken bones, cloven skulls, and torn fragments of mangled flesh are most agreea ble, of course they ought to bring plenty. It is a pit...

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. — 10 December 1847

lo li.ivc existed bi'twt'rn Mitchell and l'ar-' nsh, when lliey parted at the gate. On tho w cck subss:iieiil lo ibis, Ihc witness came lovn from Sandusky in a stage coach, in company Willi Mitchell. In conversation MilclU'll said I'arrUh was a very conscien tious, p,ood linn had zc.il it was true, as an ubolltionisl, bat had Irialtd iiiin as a jri'iillo man, and lit' had limbing to complain of linn. At the last li'itu of lint Court Col. Mili'licll, alter llio testimony of tin- plaintilf had been nivon in, wanted ilit; wiiness to tike a walk add desired In know what ilni"s would les li fy t", in order to he recalled il In' had stated imy thin;; wrongfully, l.i set himself right. Tliey walked nearly a mile- -jjfi In r and re turned in company . W itnrvjs t . 1 1 Col. Miioh rll what indu.ro he would give, as ho lias jrivcu it Inn.'. Col. M. r gnu .,1 the I im- gui;;e hi- had oddrr.-nl m Mr. J.,rrisli us re tPtrJs his being a "lau..ilii,lnij m.m" ngn id to much that was sji.l, hat was ...

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. — 10 December 1847

is ouiragi-ou s ; a Law and Constitution which aulhoriy.es sucli prosecutions is abom inable ; nnd llio people who tolerate a gov ernment which demands it nre almost hope lessly enslaved, or almott so destitute of mo ral principle as to forbid hopes of their res urrection to a lift) of true manhood. Mow stands the ease! The pulpits of O hio proclaim that Christianity requires of lui n thai they should feed the hungry, hid e the outcast, and bewray not him that wan drreth. This is the doctrine which holh Clergy and l.aity leach as church-members ; while as members of the .State and National governments they denounce a woe upon him who follows after the doctrines of Jesus; they line and imprison him who obeys the command of Cod. The people of Ohio have so f.ir sold themselves to ihe enemy of (inod, that ihey have promised him to sacrifice Ihe noblest attributes of humanity to crush that pure and generous impulse which leads man to succor his allliccd broiber! It is mean, il is inexpre...

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. — 10 December 1847

MISCELLANEOUS. PINDA A TRUE TALE, BY MARIA WESTON CHAPMAN. BY MARIA WESTON CHAPMAN. CHARTER I-A SHIP'S CABIN. 0.s duik nif'it in .h )"' -S35 an nun fuiil nir took pb.ee nil the deck id the in nd ihipjlli N liiiuoy. t.!onl In s ..il fmin linsmn to J-iv.ii;i,iili. Ii was ti-.ih "in d li v tln :ip- ca ranee of an i iTc r. i barged w ilh :i w rit nf huUocvfu. in I'.it or if ii Mipniil slave, who wa.s known tn have In i n cam, d nil Loii nl l v In r inn-lcr. Sl.n o holders ;. rp accusloiiiPil to say tli.it their victims cannt t b" persuaded in t .ke tlirir freedom, i.ml tn liiinir llipir own asi r I ion as h proof ol Hip merits nl slavery, It Was, then fi re, sin nii i'mn moment fi.r tlic friends nf freedom mi shorn, while they wai led to lrarn llip ii suit i f tin- leg I pin, -ess by which they i-flan d tn Hip n ur slave-woman. iIih fr'iduui si Piired by tbe I tw s of M km chusetis, In i 1 1 si ives brought under its ju tisdietion by their mastirs. Their aiixn ty was lint xvilbnnl ciiis...

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. — 17 December 1847

1'1UblMIIHD KVKKY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. fit the K.ricntirc Committee if the iTWern .Inli-Sta very Soe iety. JAMES BARN All Y, Jr. I'uhthhing .1:;enl. BBNJAMTN S. JONF.S, ) J. i;i,j. vuiotii JON KS, limTuits. Printed fur the I'reeulire Committee by V.. N. IIAPGOOD. Extracts from the Speech of Henry Clay. At the Muss Meeting at Lexington. Kentucky, on Saturday, November 13th, 1847. After the organization of the Meeting, Mr. ('lay rose and addressed il substantially as follows: LaHIES AM) (iKNTLEMKN t ' The day is dark nnd gloomy, unsettled and uncertain, like the condition of our country, in regard to Ihe unnatural war with Mexico. TI10 public mind is agitated and tiiixinus, and Is filled with serious apprehensions as to its indefinite continuance, and especially as to the consequences which its termination may bring. forth, menacing the harmony, if not tho existence, of our Union. It is under these circumstances, 1 present myself before you. No ordinary occasion woul...

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. — 17 December 1847

rtess of a il'-slorin. Do them justice, in I : ,. ""'" "' ;" "ou wuo i i the common lalhcrof all "vvtiligiu resort i-puvt.'. ,w nvii unuLti null nMrriiii litem 10 lake lhi!ir amrntirial nhim nn ilm platform of Humanity, and. e.njny en equal chance wilh us, to run the cart er to wliirh tho Creator has appointed tlirin. II complex ion must ever bo allowed to work a forftit ure of political rights, let not the innncenl black man suffer longer, but let tlio guilty wretch bear tlio load on whoso fare Vice with her polluting fingers, lias emblazoned the shameful evidence of bis crimes. Let the drunkard, tho debauchee, ami all the prof ligate miscreants, that now stalk boldly from their haunts of vice to the ballot-box, be re pulsed with disgrace, and let virtuous color ed men be received there with honor. Let all the negro-haling worlJ understand that the principle of human brotherhood rules in Connecticut, and that the doctrine which has b,-en recognized tn all other New England Slates, ...

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. — 17 December 1847

demonstrated, that tlia reformer who attacks a popular Bin, and tells tlie irWe truth con cerning it, will necessarily shock, what is called "the common sense and moral percep tion of the mass." If the sentiments em bo- j died in the foregoing extract are those by which "The Delaware Abolitionist" is to be governed, then, as " ths common sense and moral perception of the mass" in this coun try sav ilia t a slaveholdiug Government is a just and righteous government; that a relt- , K1U ,.,.. .UB.-. ..,...u.u... ... ..... : ...nu id . fi.ro ami l.Mtr rntlrrlnn; Hint flip ! linns is a pure and holy religion ; lliat the war with Mexico is a war of necessity and patriotic withal, it of course will consider it highly improper to say aught against lliem. But " the common senso and moral percep tion of the miss" will very patiently tolerate a few flings at the ultra fanatics, the radical abolitionists. 0r Cur thanks to Mrs. Kirkland, for the 1st vol. of "The Union Magazine.". We have not yet...

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. — 17 December 1847

POETRY. A Visit from St. Nicholas. BY C. C. MOORE. Tivai ll.e night before Christina, when all through the houre, Not a creature- was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by ilie chimney wilh care, In hope that St. Nicholas soon would be ther. The children were nratlrj nil snug in their beds, While visions of sugar-plums danced through their heads ; " And manunn in her 'kerchief nnd 1 in my rap. Had jdst settled our brains lor u lonjr winter' nap When out on the lawn ll-.crs arose such a clat ter, I sprang from my bcJ to see what was the matter. Away to the window I (low like a flash, Tore open the (shutters ami threw up the sash ; The moon, on the breast of llio new-fallen snow, (Save the lustre of midnight to objects he low . When what to my wandering eyes should appear, Hut a miniature sleigh nn l eight tiny rrin- uerr, With a little old driver, so lively ami quick, i Knew in a moment it n.jsl he M. Nick. More rapid than eagles Lis coursers they came, . .... And he...

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. — 24 December 1847

I'UULISIIED 1JVKUV ritlOAV AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., CH'.O. liy the Executive Cummillee if the Vtttcrn Jlnli Sin ft ry Hoc it !y . JAMES 13AIINAL5Y, Jr. Publishing .tgint. a i:jamiv s. jonks. US. ) J. ELIZAUETH JONI Editors. Printed for tin Exrcu'he Cnmmillet by 11. N. IIAPCJOOD. Extracts from the President's Message. The annual meeting nf Congress is always an interesting event. The representatives of the Stiii, a mill nf the people come fresh from their coiislittifiils to take counsel together fur tliB common good. A I tiT an existence of J near three-fourths of a century, ns a free and independent republic, thn problem tin luniri r rn in .1 his l'i lie 3 dved, whether man is papa bl 01 Self-goVeruUlOtlt. Tho buccpss of our admirable system is a conclusive refutation of the theories of lhne in other coiinlrh s, who in lint. tin tli h t a favored few are hum to rule, and that the mass of mankind must be governed by fore-. Subject to no arbitrary or hereditary authority, the people ...

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. — 24 December 1847

sign lands. In this spirit, was this sentence uttered: .... , ! "l should rejoice if not a single Blavc Lrcath-' rJ the air, or was within the limits it our , country." j Fur Kentucky, this may be! IVr all the f nmt-slavc , this boon can be s.cur.'.l! It needs, onlv. that the spirit which declared this wih should Povern-.hat the man who uttered it lake the lead and that ocorrding ' to his own rule and reasoning, proclaim him- ell lur Irecdom. to ensure this great pood in Kentucky and Virginia and seonrr than he dare hope, or dream of, in all Ihe South. We admit, cheerfully, that we ought to deal with slavery with "a dueeon? iiletaiion of all Ihe circumstances affecting the seen lily, sale ty, and h ippiness of both mces." We only say, Judging f Mr. Clay's lest by his e-t-jiealiun of that test, that "the security, Safe ly, and happiness, of both" would he greatly advanced by emancipation. Oh! lliat he may, for his sake, for the Suite of humanity, in his own good lime, make direct 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. — 24 December 1847

c.il party is opposed to it; butli fiivor, bulli love it now with open ardor, now with long ings in secret. A resolution refusing to ex tend the area of slavery is consistently hissed down nt a convention of political democrats in the heart of Massachusetts. Scarce a pro minent man in the whig party is prominently opposed lo this. The great politicians who reach to the upper currents of the popular air bll point that way; tho lilile political! whoso stature does nut exceed the ran go of gusts on J eddies in the street, tell mainly the same tale. Certainly the politicians of America the largo dealers and the little hucksters of politics nre its friends. They oppose it; how could they 1 With here and there an exception, tho American churches are also on its side, and can quota scripture for their purpose, defending it in the naino of God. "Southern chivalry," with Us ueaslinjj tone, and the " morality of the North, with its cringing gait, nre united in its defence. The press supports ...

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. — 24 December 1847

POETRY. From the Christian Citizen. The Ranks of Steel. BY. E. DAVIS. Some of the officers aril men of iho Rifle ! Iicgiiiiriil w ere stand inn Intrt-lln-r. w Inn (It n. '' tci'il h pc i" d to rui.r by. Cheek ing I i h lior-e lit- relurnid tin-ir salute, say ing tt itli jtro.it energy and emphasis, 'limit tVrVs .' ttttruut! i'nu h'ire In eti Imj 'is til injur mill bliiotl. and have emnt uu.' i!ctl .'' "LUttrJ'rum i on (:r. j Yet tccl! 'twas fitly said, thou man of blond ! Wnr bathos it victims in a fu-ry flood, Arid stamp upon them its ucenr. d sent Changing " the he.tit of flesh" to butiiiahed ie. I, ' I I I I i ho.!. Vctksans! indeed: Erave If;rr.rs! h;:ilf i nil IH, I I,et those whose only boast is cWrif.p;iil : I fchame on Ilia litarl wlicmi lovo has liiiIit ! to I'pi I, CArTizrn i.i Fir asd Blood! nil. Upon h l)i vil' nil ir. nt tlm c ill Ol that dark pirn, ulm li d lights To liirn the (iriiTi ranh to a burriii Aye, tfT.'rrd And joy fur those whom bate bus changed to bU'L-1 ! 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. — 7 January 1848

I'UJJLlSilED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By the Executive Committee of the Western Anti-Slavery Society. JAMES RARNABY, Jr. Publishing Jgcnt' REN.1AMINS. JONKS,.) J. ELIZABETH JONES, J 'n,T0RS' Printed for the Executive Committee hy G. N. IIAPGOOI). ANTI-SLAVERY VOL. 3. NO. 21. "AO USION with slaveholders:' SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANVALT 7, 1848. RT fj TFT ra J 1 i Ml WHOLE NO. 125. 07".'? remittance to he made, and all htlrri ri luting to the pecuniary rjfairtif the paper, lobe addrrssed (post paid) to the I'ulilishitig .d-;rnt. Communications intended for inser tion, to be addressed to the Editors. (r Thrms: $1,00 ppr annum, in ndrmee, SI. 25 if paid wlihin 3 mos. of the time nf subscribing, nnd 6l,.r0 if payment be de layed longer than 3 mos. fcj- No subscription received for less than six months, and all paymrnts to be made within f! mos. of the lime of subscribing. Subscriptions for half a year to be invaria lily paid in advance. From the Massachusetts Quarterly ...

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 January 1848

COMMUNICATIONS. Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Fair. To om Friinds or thr Bi oi.k : Possibly to forne ol our friends in Ohio, little iketrh of the Twelfth Pennsylvania An'i-Slavery Fair, from a spectator, might no! be wholly uninteresting. This was held last wed;, as usual, on the 4th, 5th, Cth and 7ih davi of the week be fore Christmas. What a contrast is this Fnirof "17 to those of a few year-Jnince. when the female Abo litionists of Philadelphia fust attempted to f mploy this meat-s of raising funds for the cause. The very fust effort was, I think, of one or two tables furnished with useful and fancy articles, in the room where a conven tion was being held. Then on another occa sion thero were glass cases of poods exposed in a similar manner. Now, the largest sa loon of the Assembly Buildings in Chesnut street is not more than sufficient for tho re ception and display of the offerings that are nnuai.y laiu ny warm Hearts and w tiling hands, upon this, no unimportant shrine of! l,;nerl...

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 January 1848

General Items. Tlie celebrated Philanthropist, Howard, recommended the following method of " dri ving dull care away." Nut nlmnt ilnlncr irood to somebody. Put - - - on your hat nnd govisu me sick am. me poo., inq.me into their wants and minister to them. .Seek out the desolate and oppreM.il, ami tell them of the consolations of religion. I have often tried this medicine, and always llnd il the best antidote for a heavy heart." In the vast prairies of Texas, n little plant is always found, which in nil circumstances of climate nnd changes of weather, invariably turns its leaves and flowers to the North. In this little monitor, when all other means fail, the traveller finds an unerring guide to direct his steps across those trackless wilds. There are now, says an English paper, in the new House of Commons, fifty-four eldest sons of peers, seven heirs presumptive, thirty five younger sons, nineteen grandsons, forty five brothers, and altogether i!l)ti persons con nected with the peera...

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 January 1848

POETRY. From the National Era. Songs of Labor. THE HUSKERS. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. It was lale in mild October, and the long an lummil rain Had left the summer harvest fields nil green with (rrass again ; The first sharp ftosts had fallen, leaving all the woodlands trav 'Willi thn hues of Rummer's rainhow or the meadow flowers of May. Through a thin dry mist that morning the sun rose broad and red, At first a rayless disc of firo, it brightened as it sped ; Yet, even its noontiJe glory fell chastened and subdued On the corn-fields and the orchards and softly pictured wood. And all that quiet afternoon, slow sloping to the night, It wove with golden shuttle the haze with vellow linht : Slanting through the painted beeches, it glo rified the hill, And beneath it pond and meadow lay brighter, greener still. And shouting boys in woodland haunts caught glimpses of that sky, Flecked by the many-tinted leaves, and laugh ed they knew not why; And school-girls, gay with aster flowers be side t...

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