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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 September 1849

ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, SALEM O MeetingHouse Religion and Grist-Mill Humanity. limnily. NEW FRANKLIN, Sept. 9, 1849. Friend Olivir : I arrived here yesterday Tier noon to meet my appointments. No place could be had to hold a meeting in yes terday afternoon. Two meeting-houses, one Methodist, the other Lutheran, are here. Doth are dedicated to Sectarianism, and, of course, they are shut against the cries and tears of 3,000,000 of slaves. They are dedi cated to a Religion and God that have no Connexion with man's redemption from war, slavery, drunkenness and wretchedness in j ihu life. So a man, Isaao Walton, owner of Steam Mill close by the village, cleaned out his Mill, prepared it, and placed scats to accommodate some S00. I commenced this morning at 9j o'clock. The Mill speedily filled up. Many could not get seats. I of fered to the meeting the following Resolu tion : Resolved, That Infidelity to a Religion that vnr did or ever can sanction War and Sla very, is a sacred duty. This has...

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. — 15 September 1849

ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, SALEM, O. Poetry. To My Wife. Written, during absence, on the Anniversary of our Marriage. BY MELZAR GARDNER. Yhou Who didsl teacfi my youthful male to ling, Strung her new harp, Hid claimed her earliest 'train, tlover thoa near me on thy spirit wing, Ant) I will wake ill flietody again ; Purely to thee "ha sweetest strains belong Thy lova thy 'sruth thy constanry, my long. Cen from the fiawning of my spirit's 4ife, No tout had breathed its aynipathy for me, No kindly word had cheered 'me in the strife; And t waa like a gnarled and blighted tree, Which, planted firmly In tha storm-rod's path, Scorns all hia fury and defies hit wrafh. The world had never loved ma. I a child Cast on In bosom, found tliM boiom cUI ; 4t snurned ma, when I thought it ihoulcl have smiled And when I offered love, It asked for gvlii And showed me love, an article of trade - And truth and friendship waiting to be paid! t loathed St then; and each dag nerved my soul! As with a year of stre...

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. — 22 September 1849

nriT OLIVER JOHNSON, Edito. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAMl'S riARNAHV, Punuiinxa Art VOL. 5. NO. 4. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SATII.DAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1849. WHOLE NO. 212. . " -i THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., O. TERMS. 1.50 per annum, If paid within the first six months of the subscriber's year. If paid before three months of the year has ex pired, a deduction of twenty-lire cents will be made, reducing the price to $ 1,35. " If payment be made in advance, or on the re ceipt of the first number, fifty cents will be deduct ed, making the subscription butfl. 'To any person wishing to examine the character of the paper, it will be furnished six months, for fifty cents in advance; to all others, seveuty-five cents will be charged. No deviation from these terms. pjWs occasionally tend numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be in terested in the dissemination of nnti-slavery truth, with the hope that they will...

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. — 22 September 1849

ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, SALEM, O. More Chivalry. The Charleston Mercury, of the 29th nit., contain the official accounts of two meetings of citizen of St. Peter's Parish, South Car olina, held el lawtofiville, the first, on Feb ruary 8, IS 18, end llieothpr August 10, 1819. It aeemt Uiat the Rov. VV. H. Brisbane, t m'.ive of that plurn, having sotno years pre viooslv become convinced of the sinfulness of slavery, not only liberated his slaves, but had the audacity to pray that universal liber ty might prevail. The blood of " the chiv alry" boiled, of course; an indignation "meet ing was called, to devise some plan to get rid of so unprincipled a personage," the re sult of which was (as'the Mercury tells u) the appointment of a Committee of five, (Hon. Mr. Smart and others,") to "request" Mr. Brisbane to leave the State in forty-eight hours, or abide the consequences ! The "consequences" which generally follow such a request at the South, if it be unheeded, no doubt had their due e fleet...

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. — 22 September 1849

ANTI-SLAVEItY BUGLE, SALEM, O. The Discussion. It afford as pleasure to announce, uncon ditionally, that a Publio Discussion ( f the Morality and Policy of Voting under the 17. S. Constitution, will take place between 11, L. Preiton It II. C. Wright, at the Friends' (Hickeite) meeting-house, in Salem, com mencing on Monday nest, at 10 o'clock, A. M., and continuing by adjournments through that and the day following. The proposition to be debated has been agreed to by Mr. Preston and the Committee, (subject to tha revision of II. C. Wright,) as follows: Tt Is both moral and politic to vote under tha U. S. Constitution, for the purpose of abolishing Slavery; and the measures of the American A.'S. Society are inadequate to de liver the Slave." The latter clause has been added without Mr. Wrlaht's authority, and it will be for him to aay whether It shall stand or not. We shall not interfere in the matter any farther than to express the hope, that the question will be so framed as to ren...

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. — 22 September 1849

AN TI SLAVERY BUGLE, SALEM, O. Poetry. The Brotherhood of Nations. AN ANTICIPATION. [Suggested by Beranger's Alliance des Peoples'.] BY CHARLES MACKAY, LL, D. Tha wan had ctasd; tha wtarj nation furled Their tattered flags, and aheathed their bluntrd affords. And, ick of blood, the decimated world Couoted it acars, it glories and rewards. A little tvhisprr, raised in doubt and frnr, . Made an appeal to all the suffering lands Form an alliance, holy and sincere, And jain, join hands. "Old men left childless and disconsolate. Widows, forlorn, and maidens sorrow-crowned, The children loitering al the cottage gate, 'Theyoung men mournful gazing on the ground, Joined In the cry, lamenting, j-et of cheer Repenting ever, Oh! ye ruined lands, Form an alliance, holy and sincere, And. join, join hands. The plowman singing at the early morn, Stopped in his task, and shuddered to behold, Through the long furrows for the future corn. Half-buried skulls projecting from the mould, Jiunei of his br...

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. — 6 October 1849

' J0 (Tl- Xv JkD j J JSkI J ; ' tr' " - - OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. "W6 UNION WITn SLAVEHOLDERS." JAMES BARNABY, ruMIsliIng AgcftU -r t- VOL 5-NO. 5. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 6, 1819. WHOLE NO. 213. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHED EVERT FRltUY, AT &lLEArt COLUMBLLV.l CO., OHIO. TERMS. $1,00 per lumum, if paid within the first cix months of the subscriber's year. If paid before three months of the year ha expired, a deduction of twenty-five cants will be mnde, reducing the price to 4)1,20. If payment be mnde in ndvnnce, or on the receipt of the first nurnlicr, tiftj cents will be deducted, making the subscription but $1. To any person wishing to examine the chnr 'nctcr of tho paper, it will bo furnished ix months, for fifty cents in advance ; to all others, eventy-fivo cents will be charged. ISO deviation from these tennx. ' tTP Wo occasionally Kcnd numbers to those I who arejiot sulHcribers, but Who arc believed to be Interested in the dissemination of anti slavery t...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 October 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. should be indeed a Land of Lilierty, and an i asylum lor nil the oppressed, no mutter in what language their doom might have liocn ronniinccd, or what complexion moompuli- ,1a wild freedom rii Iiidinn or Ml Atncnn sun niiirlit Imvo burned uiicn them. Pros- erity mid l'lenty should nit Finding in our midst, Peace should wave her white banner nliove us, and Joy uud UUidness crown us for ever. Dut even should none of those millennial glories ettnd such a triumph of J notice, still the dutv ot seporation is not tne less imcri ous. VVhnt tlioupli the day which saw our deep repentuncc should also witness all the woes that cowardice and cupidity have ever predicted ? Still tho voice of the Omnipo-' tent, louder than all tho thunders of heaven, demands that our covenant with death be disannulled, that our agreement with hell be nliolishcd. What though it should baptize the South deep in blood what though smoking towns and desolated plantations should rolo her in a pn...

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. — 6 October 1849

with which the Anti-Slavery lnborrr in wel comed by kindred spirits thcirt, nnd the fnith fiil and effective eo-ope.rntioii with which tliey jrrect his efforts. Mnny of those who will doubtless help by their' presence nnd participation to give interest nnd efficiency to your meeting, it is my hnppiness to reckon anions my acqtmintiinccs nnd vnlned friends; nnd oil of tlieni, I love to regard ns true bro thers nnd sisters in the household of the faith of im pnrlial freedom. And it is truly plea sant to mo to know thut they think of nie on such an occasion ns this, and wish to have me among them. To say that I cordially approve of the hold ing of such a Convention, would be but to testify my belief of the truth so often affirm ed, so generally admitted, and indeed so evi dent in itself; thnt, under ('od, the chief hopo of Reform in all its various departments, is in tho young. Tor if this be true, it is evi dently of the first iinportiince thnt the young men and women of our country 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. — 6 October 1849

THE ANTI-SI, AVER YliUGLE Poetry. [From Eliza Cook's Journal.] "Our Father." BY ELIZA COOK. "Many of tlic children told mo tlicy always .aid thoir iirnycrs nl night, and tlrr pniycr they said was 'Our Father.' I nntnrully thought tlicy meant tlmt they repeated the Lord's Prayer, but 1 noon found thet few of them knew it. "JTicy only repented the first two word They liifwnti more tlwm ' Our Father.' These poor children, after their laborious day's work, (nail inaking, japnning, screw-making,) lying down to lecp with tin's sfrnpic appeal, seemed to me inexpressibly affecting." Itriort of the Commis sioners on the employment of Child! en. r.Ol.r., strngaling blossoms of Mankind, Born only to end'tre; White, helpless slaves, whom Christian bind, Sad t'hihtren of the Poor ! Ye walk in rags, yc breathe in dust, With souls too dead to ask For aught leyond a scanty crust, And Lulior's grinding task. Yc ne'er have heaTd the cotlo of Love, Of Hope's eternal light j Yo arc not led to look almv...

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. — 13 October 1849

OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS," JAMES JJAUNABY, Publishing Agcnf. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO,' OCTOBER 13, 1810. VOL. 5-NO. G. WHOLE NO. 214. THE ANTI'SLAVEllY BUGLE, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, AT &iLKM, COLUMBIAXA CO., OHIO. TEUMS. $1,60 por annum, if paid within tho first six months of the subscriber's year. If paid before three months of the yenr has expired, a deduction of twenty-ilve cents will be made, reducing the price to 1,2.. , If payment bo modo in advance, or on the receipt "of tho first number, fh't) cent will be deducted, making; tho subscription but $1. To any person wishing to cxaniiho the char acter of tho paper, it will bo furnWicd six months, for fifty cents in advance ; to all others, soventy-fivc cents will be charged. N.i deviation from these terms. XsT We occasionally sond numbers to those Who nro nit subs ribers. but who arc believed to bo interested In tho dissemination of anti-. slavery truth, with tho hope that they will cith er sub...

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. — 13 October 1849

THIj A N 1 ' I - si L A V E 11 Y DUGLE. Incidents of Slavery---Pro-Slavery Feeling in Cincinnati. Correspondence of the Boston Republican. CINCINNATI, Sept. 26. Pas4ifr one rf tl ClIiClllPMl lil.t t UIMi.'X, tow .lu Fui.ilo.vr., n colored womnn had attracted nuito a crowd, i by whipping very severely a little girl of hers, earnestly asserted her right to do it because he had bought her at a great price. She did not claim the right to correct it as the mother of the child, hut baaed her right upon a purchase of the article, and that article her own daughter. I learned, on inquiry, that the woman, a little while ago, was a slave in Vicksburgh, Miss., and had earned money enough, by extra effort at washing, to buy herself and three children for about $1,200, and had left the father of the two colored children in bondage, while the father of the white one is still in V n-ksburg, but not a slave, She asserted that 2,500 was the price paid, Here she follows her old vocation, taking in 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. — 13 October 1849

THE AiVJLT SLAVERY IJUGLE. Meetings West of the Cuyahoga. H.'li w nro nppoint-nriits for a series of Meetings West of Iho Cuyahoga, to bo atten ded by Jamf.s XV. Walker. Our li inula in that quarter, with a most commendable zeal, have engaged in the work ol Anti-Slavery reform witli a fixed determi nation to at least sustain one Lecturer iu the field fur a Venn but with thn farther ii. mo tion of continuing to do as much until the uuuie 01 ireeuoin is won. Aitcr these meetings have been held, the Abolitionists will meet in Convention, at some place hereafter to be agreed upon, to form an Anti-Slavery Association, to attend to the in terests of the cause in that region raise the means of sustaining a Lecturer, &c &c. The determined zeal manifested by the friends Wim have taken tliia nuttar in linTwI and wlw lime attended our meetings through out IhA I. : . , "? c.uiiiij rrucit jusi ciosea some 01 Uicm traveling fifteen, twenty, and even thir ty miles, notwithstanding the temi...

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. — 13 October 1849

THE AiVTI-SLAVEUY BUGLE. Poetry. Summer's Farewell. BY ELIZA COOK. wW sound is that r 'Tin Summer' farowcll In the breath of the night-wind sighing i The chill breeze comes like a sorrowful dirgo Tht wails o'er the dead and the dying. Tho sapless loaves arc eddying round, On tho path which they lately shaded Tho oak of tho forest is losing its robe ; The flowers havo fallen and faded. All that I look on but saddens my heart, To think that the lovly so soon should part. Yot why should I sigh ? Other Summers will come, Joys liko the past one bringing I Again will tho vine bear its blushing fruit ) Again will the birds be singing ; The forest will put forth its " honors " again ; The rose bo as sweet in its breathing ; Tho woodbine will climb round the lattice pano As wild and rich in its wreathing. Tho hivos will have honey, the bees will hum, Other flown will spring, other Summers will como! They will, they will but, ah ! who can toll 'Whether I may live on till their coming ? This s...

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. — 27 October 1849

-NT OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAMES BARNABY, Publishing' Agent. VOL, 5-NO. 7. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. OCTOBER 27, 1819. WHOLE NO. 215. mu THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE; PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, AT S.1LEM, COLUMBLVM CO., OHIO. TERMS. $1,50 per annum, if paid witliin tho first six months of tlio subscriber's rear. If paid bef ire three months of tlio year has expired, a deduction of twenty-five cents will be made, reducing tho price to .ll,25. If payment bo made in advance, or on tho receipt of tho first number, filf) cents will be deducted, making the subscription but $1. To any person wishing to cxamino the char acter of tn3 paper, it will be furnished six Months, for City cents in advance ; to all others, seventy-five cents will be charged. No. deviation from these terms. IV Wo occasionally send numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to bo interested in the dissemination of anti slavery truth, with the hope that they will eith er sub...

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. — 27 October 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. The Anti-Slavery Bugle. I LOVE A01TATIOK WHEN TliEUE 18 CAUSE POtt It THB ALARM BELL WHICH STARTLE!) THE IN HABITANTS OP A CITV, SAVES TtlLM FUOtt BEISO BCHNBD IX TUEIK BUDS. Burke. Salem, Ohio, October 27, 1849. Tub Editor ox a Fuulouqii. Tho Editor of The Buglo will be absent when this immbcr goes to press, and may not return to liis post for ftoveral weeks, lie has left a few "shots in tho locker," and confided tho paper meanwhile to the supervlsidn of a fuend as competent as ho ts obliging. The Editor may perhaps comma teste with his readers, during his absence; by letter ; but Whether he docs so or not, he hopes o do something to extend the circulation of the paper and that a short period of trnTel and re laxation will prepare him to labor with renewed ool and efficiency in time to edmc. Therefore, friends, good-bye ! The New Garden Conference. Editorial Correspondence. CANTON, Oct. 22, 1849. -' Mr Dear Friend I seize a moment lie lore cohic flirther on ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 October 1849

THE ANTI-SLAYEltY BUGLE. Letter from Arnold Buffum. 5r the Conference of Frienthi about to assemble (it Frien Is' meeting-house, near Stw Garden, Co lumbiana County Viio : SrETUREN AM) SlSTERS Having been born and educated in the Socie ty of Friends, anil boing eonfirmed in the prin ciples which made the founders of the Society so faithful to their rolling, and having passed through 9 sdmowhnt eventful life, in my inter course with the Society ond its members, till I have arrived at the age of almost seventy years, the published invitation to your Conference awn kened in my mind a feeling of sympathy and brotherly love which suggested the idea of com municating a word of encouragement for your Christian labors. I desire, first of nil, to thank God that tho spirit of Progress and Reform, which moved the founders of the Society of Friends, is still ur ging onward the successors of that noblo band who dnrcd to speak and to act in opposition to wrong, and to stand boldly and fuithfully ...

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. — 27 October 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY- BUGLE. Poetry. [From the German.] St. Peter and the Three Spirits. A LEGEND. Ones ft Spirit from Rome come tip to the Portals ; of Heaven, Knocked Very hard, and halloo' d : " Quick open .) the door hero J " Peter turn, turning his key, half opened the wicket and peeped through x . Who, in the nam of wonder, he asked, is mak ing thin noiac here ? Itaughtdy answered the Spirit, and high did he hold up the Pop' Shrift j ' , a Catholic Christian, who faith is the only ttli'atioitt" Kit thee down on the bench, aid Peter rolock- ltig, and wait there t Just then, a Spirit from Berne enmc up to the Portals of Heaven, knocking 8 hard as the first and hiilooing . . " Open the door quick 1 " Vctet Unbolted again and repented the question : Who art thou t i If A CaXVINJSTT Christian whose faith is the only saltation!" " There, sit down on thebenth ! " And soon comes a Spirit from Franlfort, Knocking and colling " Unbolt I "Who urt th9U asked the Disciple. It A Lvthkra Christi...

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. — 3 November 1849

OUVEB JGIIKSOIV, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JANES BARNABr, Publishing Agent. YOL. 5--N0. 8. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 3, 1849. WHOLE NO. 216. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, ' ' PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY) AT SALEM, COLUMBM.VA CO., OHIO. TERMS. ' $1,50 per annum, if pnid within tho first six months of the subscriber's year. If paid bofire tbree months of tho year has expired, a deduction of twenty-live cents will be made, reducing tho price to $1,25. If payment bo made in advunce, or on tho receipt of tho first number, tift) cents will bo deducted, making tho subscription hut $1. . To any person wishing to oxamino the char acter of tho paper, it will be furnished six months, for fifty cents in advance ; to all others, eventy-flve cents will be charged. . No deviation from these tonus, ty Wo occasionally send numbers to those who aro not subscribers, but who arc believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti lavcry truth, with the hope that they will cith er subscr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From Friends' Weekly Intelligencer. Yearly Meeting at Salem. Yearly Meeting at Salem. Springdale, Va., Ninth mo, 27, 1849. My Dear friend, la compliance, with thy request, 1 will endeavor to give thoe an ac count of the Into Yearly Meeting of Friends, liehl nt Snlcm, Ohio. The meeting of ministers and ciders, held tin ?th ilny the 25th of 8th month, vus b'iuiII, there bring two of the Quarters, Ueds'mte end oulem, which do not appoint chlt-ra. 1 Ins dc- vmtion Iroin our lon-estaulisltcu order is to lie regretted, for I think it hns contributed to increufio the weakness in which it originated. On Second day morninz,tho Yearly Meeting commenced nt the usual hour. There btins a number of persons present who were not niemlicrs, they were inlbrmcd that Friends desired to transact their church lmsincss, nc usual, without tho presence of wmcrs, nnu uiax an wuo were uoi in mrmucr ship with us would ho expected to withdraw. Tlusbeins repeated bv several persons, a few...

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