Newspaper Page Text
Letter from M. A. Brooks.
LINESVILLE, PA. July 2nd, 1852.
Fmr.no Robinson: We have received nil
other visit from our Friend J. F. Selhy ; nnd
thinking it would not tie uninteresting to
the readers ol tlie Jingle, I hnvo tnlten upon
myself to note brief account of his Inbors.
Mr. Selby came to Connenutvillc, ty in
vitation of Mr. Unity, o Universalis! Minister,
and a true friend f the sdnvo, for ttio pur
iobo of attending tWir Association, which
was held on the 23 nnd 24 tilt. Hoping that
m word could lie spoken there in Freedom's
reot cause, lie freely accepted tho invilii-
ion, and attended during the whole meeting,
Slut docs the render suppose tlint the tacred
rdigium-of that church, coul if grant nil Ami-
Slavery Lecturer nn opportunity of tillering
Viif sclitimotils williin her walls? Nay, in-
eod; llioir religions tics nro loo clear It re
ally emns that some of the lending members
of the I'tiiversulint Church, here in Comic
ut, would sooner remain nt their home,
-eentcd liy their fireside, busying thcmsclvcM
digging out their own eyes, Ihnii listening lo
discourse on the subject of Iruih uinl eipuil
right, so strong is their prejudice. Hbiinic
10 their holy brotherhood !
Mr. Sclliy spoke on Thursilny evening
nflcr the close of tho Aociiiiinii, in the
Jlnptist house, tho Universalis! lit ing denied.
1 la Jnul nn interesting meeting. Air. Hnily
attended, ninde some npprnving remaik nt
the close, earnestly nppeniing to those that
professed to lie Milliliters of tho gospel, lo
labor fir the oppressed ; fur it was mi their
iowcr to accomplish the work of redeeming
innti, would they but make use of the menus
that the (.'nil of unliire hn given them. Jly
rcjura! of a lew of tho friends in Cnimeiiut
villo nnother liieetiug wns held on I'ridny
evening, but not very well nlteinleil. Tho
people Hfenied lired of meetingH bnving just
niicniieii innse Mint were more interesting In
them, being to much more religion. Koch is
the stnto of Auli-sluvcry in Ciiiiiieniitvilh.
Sulurdny evening following, meeting was
lield in a ichonlhousc, some few mile south
of Cunnenulvilh, on the road to Liucsvillc ;
the house was well filled mid Hint loo with
those lluil seemed deeply interested iii the
subject, tliut was so nbly set be fine them.
Went next dny to Liuesvillo (which wnn
Sunday,) spoke in the forenoon, agiiiu in the
afternoon, nnd nlso in tho evening, nnd lo n
crowded house nt ench successive meeting.
Mr. Selhy' lectures tire highly commend
able. Under I lie influence of such prench
ing, llio penplo of Liuesvillo nre daily grow
ing more interested in the cause of ihn
Hnve. lie labors with grent energy of mind,
holding un audience in close attention from
(wo to three hours nt every meeting. Il was
derided nt iho closn of the meetings nt
Lincsville, that a Convention should bo held
there, eiiminenciiig on the. 10th of Sept.
next. Our invitation extend to nil. We
dope lo have a great and good lime.
M. A. BROOKS.
To the Editor of lit Hughs As secretary
of a meeting held July 25th, in the grove on
I. Davis' Ihrm, pursuant to previous notice, I
inn requested lo transmit the proceedings in
relation to holding u youth's Convention.
Itesolvcd, 11. That ns il is the tendency
of age generally to give precedent nnd lime
honored customs, limine importnnre in iho
decision ns lo what cunxtitiilcM real nliirm
nuil true liiimiiiiilnry action. It it, nut lo bo
expected thai progress will find in. my very
anient advocates in iho decline of litii.
Itesulved, 2nd. That n the luiililln nged
nre either permitting their best energies and
tnlenlH in bu wholly nlisot bed in the acqui
sition of wealth, or hnvo long espoused our
cause, nnd nre absorbed w ith one idea, llmt
they too are incapacitated from efficiently
subserving the many wants of man's moral,
intellectual nnd physical being.
Resolved, Jlrd. That the moulding of tho
fiiiure, rests in ihe hand of tho youth, and
whatever of good or evil, the next filly years
limy develop, will hn mainly nltriliuliilihi to
the exertions of those now entering the me
nu of netiou ; nnd upon them rest (ho re
wponsihilily of Iho future well being of our
Resolved, 4lh. That it is in tho highest
degree important, that n right bins bo given
to the union! temperament and restless en
ergies of the period of youth, nnd that this
object can be best attained, by meeting to
gether in convention, and discussing ilia va
rious vital humunitury efforts of the day.
The resolutions ofter a lively discussion,
were ndoptcd with the exception ol the sec
ond, which was objected lo on account of
the word " wholly."
The following persons were then appoint
d a committee to issue a call, for n conven
tion of young people, to take into considera
tion the grent question of human rights.
The word human, lo embrace every color,
sex, seel, or condition. And also empowered
said committee with authority to appoint the
time anil place of meeting.
James Morgan, Marlboro; Wn. Hettis,
Randolph; Andrew McUowen, Alliance;
Alvah Campbell, Alwater; Elizit McGow
FN, Alliunce) Susan ikaker, Canton;
Catherine Morris, Franklin ; Julia Clf.v-F-Ri-r,
ALVAU CAMPUELL, Pre.
Edgar 0. Peirce, See.
Wn. Wells Bbown, the fugitivo slavo, as we
learn from the Standard, has published a book
In London, entitled " TAr yoori in Europe, Or
placet I hunt tetn and penpU I have nut."
The British Friend speaks highly of it and of
its probable influence on the Anti-slavery question.
Mr. Chase's Letter.
Ucrrit Smith and Frederick Dnuglass nro
Tory anxious to unito with the frocanilcrs. They
can do it by coming down to the free anil level.
A union was effected at Buffalo in IN 18 by tho
old liberty fiarty with the New York demo
crats. Great were the expectation) at this re
sult. Now that this union and its results aro
matter of history, many of its original friends,
aro decided in their condemnation, and seem to
have imtio doubts about tho motives of ono of
tho parties. They nro satisfied that fewer votes
glvcn l)T fow trucr nlen( .oul(i 1)nvo iona
mrc for freedom, than tho thrco hundred thou-
sand given for Van Huron, with the defection
which followed. Wo nrc in no upbraiding mond
with our friends, but hopo that they, we, and
all other anti-slavery men may profit by their
history, and avoid nil alliances which cntnr.glo
and depreciate their highest Ideas of freedom.
Sir. Cliao has written a letter giving a history
of tho Iluffido Vninn, nhd its dissolution! The
True Democrat in commenting upon this letter,
very justly charges upon Mr. Chnso the same
adverse inlliienco upon free principles In Oliio,
which the Van Ilurcns have exerted in New
York. The facts it states aro worthy of tho
most serious consideration.
Wo ore obliged to omit tho first part of the
article, as tho paper from which we copy is de
faced. The lender oflhe New Yolk Deinoerney,
for instance, joined I lie nnti shivery party in
IP In, Willi apparent miiccmiv. 1 el one shin I
word will explain the policy nnd niin of n
majority nl them. Hirenge. Their purpose
wn lo dolent ''iicriil Cuss: noiliiitu more,
nothing less. IhcNcwimk ller.llil, liom
which we ropy Mr. ('huso's letter consider
the Ohio S'luitor wonderfully "simple"
n Mill nl "conscientious laliatle in nppeal
ing lo these Lender of llni Dcmncmcv of
New Ynik, eillicr fur help, or with u view of
enlivening iiiein. II snys:
' Mr. (,'hiisn seems in forget entirely ihat
Hie Ituflalo scheme ol the old tiix ol Linden-
tWilil litis hini-ult' n ti'is-L- I'.tr nniiHiis-.i niui
(!,.. c(1W) ,ul'ihiit, Inning nt length got
I mid jxKir old t.ov. Marry both out ol the
W"V. barnburner hnve ipiic'ly " enved
in" In Ihe regular democratic uominalioii.
The nppenl of Mr. Chnso to llei.jamin F.
Holler come too bite ton Into enlnel) lo
died il object."
Hot wo need not wonder, s'niiiiig n these
Itariiburiiers did in '-18. nnd actuated as they
were, llmt, step by step, Ibey have retiogni
I di d, until, lit last, they bnvo accepted the
the llciuocialie I'lall'm m uf '.")'.', doing battle
now lor I'iereo ami King! The process of
retrogression was natural, because lliey bad
nut the moral stamina to stand upon princi
ple, against I'aily, or to struggle lor Human
ity, ngninsl Power or lo resist (Mice and
Spoil. They wanted either the grasp of in
tellect, or the greatness of soul, to declare n
principle, and lint I lit lor il in a beaten and
sculled minority. Tim garb of freedom they
put on nnd nine, but it wns lor the occasion;
lo trick coiitiding, or independent associates;
yet more to crush hated rival, in their own
parly. The flag of Liberty they bore nlolt,
mid proudly ; but it wn only lo trail it in tho
dusl, mid dishonor it, tiller they had won n
mean, peiNouid victory, and satiated n menu
personal hate, by tm'tiK tho honest friend of
Liberty. All this, IMc. Chase's teller prove,
mid wo need nut dwell longer on tho sad
Hut the question nrise here, how much
heller, and truer, has Ihe Ohio Senator short il
himscll lo be in Iii action in Ohio 1
Let u go hack n little. We would, in an
swer to this (po st ion, look nl Alt' Chase's po
sition in 1HIH. That, apparently, wn distinct
enough then, lie penned liar resolu
tion, certainly, which was iho basis ol iho
ItuHiilu Convention ol that ear. It read:
' lltitih'td. Thai wo iiifi'iilie on our hau
lier, Free Soil, Fiee Speech, Free Labor and
Free Men nnd under it will liht on mid
light ner, until u triumph mid victory shall
reward our exei lions."
Yel lie sought lo give, nnd by the help of
otbei, mid of eii'eumtance, did give to the
Democracy nl New Yolk, nil Iho power and
iiillueiii'o of this great eolileiitiou. Iloie
lurucd to Ohio, and found tho Democracy
here hauling lor Cass, upon n Stale platliirui
which they occupy now. Ho resisted both ;
but immediately alter the canvass of lfi IS, in
every county nnd Slate Convention up lo
May,18.Vi, bo labored, ami his special friend
labored with him, lo make Ihe Free-Soil
movement part ami parcel ol' the Demoerncy.
This was eminently so in the fust held,
just heliiro Mr.C. was eleeled Soiialnr. Tho
second Free Soil Convention nt Cleveland,
wns marked by the same spirit. This reso
lution, br instance, wus utlerod ill Commit
" Iletotved, That wo repudiate coalitions
with nny party, without principle, lor tho
snko id iifliee, or political power, bill court a
union, upon principle, with men of all pur
lie, lor tho sake oi' Freedom."
Itut Mr. Chase's special friend opposed il,
mid rather ilinii hnvo nny division liir they
were, as bey nro, a niengro free soil miuorlt)
in Ohio it wns abandoned. Hi idea was
their idea. It was to iniiko tho Freo Soil
Forty ol'Ohio purely democratic, democratic
we mean, in u parly sense.
Well, w hat w as the cud of ibis netion ? A
partial union of Free Soil Democrats nnd
Hunker Democrats, in n lew counties West
of ii; an abandonment, in cflect, of tho or
ganization in Hamilton County, (.Mr. Chase's
residence,) and most of the Southern coun
ties; nnd lastly, tho open opposition of the
Senator, nnd his special friend, to thai or
ganization ; they voting, in 1651, for Reuben
Wood, mid the regular Democratic ticket,
nnd against Samuel Lewis, and the Free .Soil
No defection followed among " Freo Boil
ers proper" on the Reserve. They stood
their ground like men. Hut every Democrat
disponed to join us, said, " why should we do
bo ; Iho Freo Soil lenders aro joining our
puny ; we can do nothing ; so wo may us
well slay where we lire ;" nnd every Free
Soil Whig eager to net with ns, exclaimed,
we nre rendy to do for liberty whatever
we can, but not for tiie pro-slavery party.
Mr. Chase would have us act for that; we,
too, will remain where we nre." Thus was
the onward move of free-soil stayed. Thus
did Free Soilera in Ohio lose the spring nnd
energy which were in them, and which they
were so ready to exert for the ciuiso. Thus,
in fact, were they temporarily bnllled in Ohio.
So that, logically, Mr. Chnso may he proved
to )iavo done as much mischief to Free Soil
in Ohio, n far as his Influence extended, as
Ihn nn Hureii's hnvo done in New York.
Onn other furl. The papers which upheld
Mr. Chase' policy, nnd which ho l.rouibt
forward in tl, to prove that Iho Demo
crncy ol Ohio was right upon Iho recnrd.and
"x"' "' nr' ""vrt (.""' over, without exeep
l lion, to Tierce nnd King, nnd stand by their
side, upon tho National Democratic plat-
imi ill ;
Enough. Theso liicls cnnnot hn miolnken,
or misunderstood. The cause nnd the effect,
nro plain to nil w ho will seo either. Next,
then, let us look nt Mr. Chase' prmtnl posi
tion, nnd determine, if wo can, where llmt
must place him, nnd nil who net with him,
noit and hereaf ter.
The colored people of Pittsburgh nud Alio
gheny Cclcbrr.tcd tho anniversary of tho West
India Emancipation, with music, speeches, and
A celebration of tho same kind wns also held
It is now said that the Hrilish pretensions in
regard to tho liiheries, nre much more mod
est, Ihnn was at first represented. And it is
thought the dilliculty will be ail jutted to the
mutual benefit of both, by the establishment
of reciprocal trade, and increased facilities
for curing on shore.
Tun IIi xtino or Mkm. The Tribune informs
us they have bad a man hunt in C'bcmnng Co
Pa. Tho friends of the huntod had. however.
snllicient warning to aid him in a successful
flight to Canada, lie had been r.ino years in
Nat much doing in this sporting line of laic.
Ihcrr certainly is danger that the South will
not vote for fcott nnd Tierce, if tl.cir friends
this way don't catch somebody soon. It U not
for wnntuf gnme, for never did it run more
A Hit. The Kentucky Watchman which is
snmeinhnt waggish, says t
"(ireeley has been tpitting upon tho Scotl
platform so much that some of its builders find
it dilHiult to jand upon it; they now, there
fore, are trying to lie on it."
Ex-(iovernor Vance has had an nttntk Of
pnrali.is. It is thought ho will not recover.
Look out for counterfeit 10 bills on the
Miatna Vnley lhn.k, Ohio State stock. Thev
have appeared within a few days in nil parts of
too Mate ntul m estern Pennsylvania.
Tho House has ndoptcd tho Senate's amend
ment to adjourn on tho 31st Aug. by a large
Bohtom, Aug. 2.1. The American schooner
Vninn hn been seized for violating the " Fish'
ing Treaty" and taken into Charleston, Prince
Mr Corw in, says tho telegraph, has vUited
Quebec and had an interview wiih the Governor
in regard to the fisheries.
Tho cholera is in DufTulo and Rochester, N.Y.
The English papers still teem with most ex
traordinary accounts of tho wonderful yield
of tho Australian gold mines.
Rev. John Picrpont, Jr., has accepted a unan
imous invitation to be settled over tho Unitari
an Society in Savannah, (ia. Doubtful.
Convention of Colored people in Baltimore.
A convention of Cobsed people from Mary-
land, nscmblcd on 27th ult. in Baltimore, to
diciiss tho question of Colonization. Their
deliberations lasted for two days. Their con
rcntioii ni assailed with violence by other col
ored persons who were opposed to the measure.
The convention received the protection of the
They ndnptod a scries of resolutions in which
they declaro 'all men born free and equal,' and
entitled to the ' pursuit of happiness ;' acknow
ledged the effort of their white friends for their
elevation, but thoso efforts have been unavail
ing, nnd that their condition, both socially and
politically, is worso now than twenty years
ago. In the face of constantly increasing em
igration and increasing prejudices against them,
they declaro thcro is no. present prospect of
their being placed on a footing of equality in
this country, and then pronounro in favor of
emigrating to Liberia as tho only place where
they can cnjny republican institutions and the
right of governing themselves. The resolutions
do not counsel nil to emigrate, but recommend
colored people to accustom themselves to tho
idea of emigration, as, sooner or later, their
removal must tuko placo.
Consolatory. Tho opposition of tho Picrco
men to tho Southern Press becauso it does not
go their measures, makes its editor feel much
liko a martyr. Ho comforts himself by publish
ing tho following truthful sentiments with tho
brief comments nppended.
IV Thcro is an infinito deal of truth in this
short purugrnph :
" Nothing uroat ever yet succeeded that was
not tint hissed at by something very small."
FtT Thcro is much bitter truth in this sharp
sayiiiR of a cotciuporary t
" Tho world shows its appreciation of tho la
bors of great reformers by an ahuudunco of
Hones hurling them as missiles at tho bodies ol
theso fanatics ' while alive, and heaping them
as monuments above, tho bones of tho sumo
' fuuutics ' after death."
C. W. Dj'.nnison, once an abolitionUt then
an origiaul Taylor man, and primo mover in
tho Into Native Convention for nominating
Daniel Webster, now goes it for Picrco and
King, and is ubout to establish a paper for their
During tho Hltocn yours ending with 1810
the whole emigration from (Jreut Rrituiu,
amounted to 1,218,170, oi an averngo of 81,211
persons a year, tho lurgost number who had
emigrated In any ono year having been 129,8jl,
New Garden Quarterly Meeting.
As the anniversary of Iho Western Anli-
Slavery Pociely occur, at the regular time
of the New O.irdcn Quarterly meeting, tho
time of the Q'laitci ly meetinir baa lireii
changed from seventh, to fourth , rf the
mrk in iihuh it it usually held. This meet
ing will therefore lake place nt West, on
fourth dny, Iho 18th hist.
1. NEWTON PIERCE,
ESTHER C, HARRIS,
Eighth Mo., 8th, It?.V2.
Wo hnvo received nnother nolieo of this
clmiige, which slates llmt Ibis nieeliug will
occur on the nineteenth int. This w e sup
pose lo be n mii-lake. We make llio slnlo
menl, nod those pnrticiilai ly interested, will
probably know which is right, from llioir
knowledge of the day mi which Friends us
ually nssembte lit West for worship.
From the St. Louis Intelligencer.
Charles C. Burleigh in Ohio.
CINCINNATI, May 10, 1852.
A few evening' ago, I went In bear n lec
ture, nt the ball uf Iho Mechanic' Institute,
linin C. C. Hiiileigb. llio celebrated Abolition
orator ' liom New England.' Having never
been n spectator lllioll such nn iiecaiiin be.
lure, 1 bad a good deal nf curiosity lo see
bow such thing are really carried un. I
loiiiid n very well dressed and genteel look
ing nssemhly nf whites occupying hc bull,
and was nt mice impressed w iih Ihe belief
that til least n large majority of Ihein bad
been intruded thither by like innlivc w ith
my own, and could not imagine, judging
fioiii liieir appearance, that any sjmpalby
could rxiM belweeii such n looking iiuihtoiv
nud tin itinerant lanatic and tlisorgnuizcr. I
wns very sunn painfully undeceived, how
ever, liir in n lew minutes the 'colored I idics
nnd gentlemen' who, nppaiently, feeling
themselves Id constitute iho m isfncniey nf
these gathering, had generally delayed ilieir
appearance until long nflcr the les refined
bad presented iheiiiselve began to throng
in nud mix promise iiuusfy nmnng their w Into
fi lends, with ihe muM endearing ami eonde
seeiuliiig giei ling imaginable. The nllec
I innate mid 'exceedingly flattered' orl of way
in which Ihnsu du.-ky visitor were received
by many ul'ibe tnnsl arisiocralic nnd elegant
ly looking person ol both sexes in the room
very soon dispelled nil idea that thcro wa
any i.ne present not n rank, oul-nnd out abo
litionist iicsidc myself; nnd I began m teel
like n sort of mi iked man mining them.
The oriitor presently made hi nppenraiiee,
and n most uiiliiwuahh- one it wns the chief
clinriiclei i.-tie being an immense amount of
beard, covering his lace and breast, so that !
jou could sec lilllu inure than bis nose and
ees iibove the tup vc.-t -tuition. 1 must do
htm Iho justice lo say, however, (hat In (
language wns lienutiMdiy chaste, hi imagery
siipeib, nnd Ihe whole manner of hi oratory
imHing lo n very high degree. Hi reim-
lining was ol ilini kind which m iho superli-j
mil nlw ays seems iibsolun ly conclusive mid (
iii.ii nw era ho; mid I could easily perceive
how nn nrdeiil nnd nun Heeling tempera- ,
llienl might bo led by it mm Iho belief that
insiiiiiiiun ol slavery wns 'lliusmn of nil
villaiiio, nnd Ihe obligation to suppress it .
Iho highest ol christian duties. Il is no van-
ity, in mo, however, lo sny that I saw in the :
whole nrgiinieiit a transparent sophistry,
founded upon utter tgiii.miice or wilful mis- ;
repri seutnlioii id tho real condition of iho
slavo in every Southern Suite. I wns, liev- ,
rrllieless, impressed Willi the conviction that,
wit i many, very many I igbl-imnded persons, j
nothing Miurl ul actual personal iicij iitmicu
wnli ihe physical ebaiaeteristics of slavery
in Iho South would bo Miflicieiit lo enable
i j '""'."i"!"").' ""u nppaieiiity I
truthful eloquence of this anil other gilied
.but dangerous personages, of bis class
1 have siml Ihn much about the audience
nud their speaker, because 1 wirh lo cunviy
some idea ol'lhe amount ol power u ielilccl lor
evil purposes by n set of tiailoinu fanatics,
whoso importance has latterly been rather
underrated than placed nt its true level. Wu
nro continually told that they number very
lew in any nf the Northern .Stalls, nnd lluil
they nn) too utterly miinlluential in position
lo threaten anything like a general re-agitation
uf exciting shivery topic. I nm thor
oughly convinced that this i not Iho case.
With n few such iuipics.-ive speakei ns (hi
man Hurleigli opt rutin;; in populous com
munities, mid Iho countenance nl such audi
tories ns have been Hocking to hear him in
this place, there will be thousands oflhe un
wary, iho inexpeiieneed nud Iho anient of
temperament led into uniting their forces
with Iho unscrupulous nnd Irettcbeions, to
lliu cfleciing of most- injurious, not lo say
disastrous results; unless the pnlriiilic of nil
parties shall mute in an cflccliveniul wulthfut
iletermimitiou lo prevent the ro-iiilrudiieliuii
of disorganizing elements into our national
controversies emphatically declaring nil
questions connected with slavery to hnve
been finally settled in Ihe pnssngo of llio
great adjustment measure by ihn last Con
gress. As n general thing Whig, nt least,
everywhere ncipiiesen in recognizing Iho
much talkeil-ol' ' finality' of this settlement,
but many of them, strange to sny, persist in
relusing lo nsHitiiiu Ihe only posiiimi that can
possibly give it tangible nnd fixed nssiinmco
to lliu country, that this recognition will bu
Hindi) permanently available liir Iho best
practical results. J havo conversed with u
good many intelligent Whigs here, who say
Ihat it is asking loo much, on Iho part of lliu
South, In reiptiro that their candidate tdiali
pledge himself to u position liir which they
iuivu emphatically endorsed him iilreiidv:
und that if complete harmony is desired, con
cession ought lo come from u, ns well ns
from them. They socin lo forget that so fur
as 'endorsement' is concerned, the ciimli
dale to whom they ulliulo is just ns fully
committed to MolUionisin by Iho recommen
dations mid endorsements nf its supporters,
ns ho is to llio view s of tho conservativ e, ntul
Compromise. Whigs who hnvo nlso declared
hull lo lio their choice. They forget, loo,
Hint w hile Iho Whigs of tho .South may have
the must entire confidence in their nssei lions,
witil regard lo Ihe mist course uf their cniiili-
dale, they only ask a guaranty fur Ihe future,
which w ill be perfectly consistent with his
alleged preferences, and which the parties
most interested deem uhsolotcly essential to
the entire security of sumo of their most
cherished nud inviolable rig, lit. E. A. L.
CINCINNATI, May 10, 1852. Anniversary of the Western Anti-Slavery
The Executive Commit lee of the Western
Anli-Slnvery Fociely, hereby give iiolicc, llmt
llio Annual Meeting of ihe Sviciol.V will lie
held nt Salt.v, Cni.i.MBiA.iA Ci'., )., com
meiicing on Saturday, the 21st of August nt
10 o clock, A. M., lo continue fur Ihroo ilnys,
Now thai both the grent political parties
hnvo anew pledged themselves lo perpetuate
the power of shivery and lo cotitimio the net
for slave catching ns the supremo law of Iho
hind; as above (Jod, nnd nil thai is called nnd
worshiped ns (Jod, it becomes ihe friend of
freedom, to assemble nnd dcvolo Ihemselvi
afresh to it interests. To lake new counsel
lo provnlo new menus or worfiire--to
combine for new nnd more decisivo netion;
such ns llio exigencies of the time demaml.
The Committee the re (nro invito the nlleiul-
imci! of nil llio members nnd friends of the
society on this neenssion. Wo shall have
I lie nid of sumo distinguished friend of the
ciuiso from nbrond, but the work to ho clone
is with n in Ohio, Indiana nud Michigan.
Let iho whole West lio fully represented.
In behalf of llio Executive Committee.
Salem, June 23, 1852.
To the Debtors of the Western Anti-Slavery
In looking over tho books of tho Society, I
find ti.nt a great many persons who-mnde pledg
es at Iho two last annual meetings, havo fuilcd
thus far to pay them.
The society have several debts to Agents and
for paper &c, which the Exccutivo Committee
nro very desirous of having paid before the next
annual niertini", nnd if nil who owo pledges
will pay them immediately, the Committee will
bo nhlc to report tho Society out of debt, nud
with funds to commence next yenrs operations
Willi. Wnuld'nt that be glorious 1 Friends of
the cause, send in your pledges to tho subseri
bcr, and let us be out of debt once.
Treasure of W. A. S. 8.
Letter from Gerrit Smith, Esq., to Wm. R.
f,in ,,, of Washington, who, with such
rare kindness nud generosity, liecnnie Mr.
Chnplin's bail, urn suffered lo lose by that
kindness nnd generosity, it will be Very dis
lam graceful to Iho iihiililioiiisls.
Considering diat Mr. Clmplin visited
Washington contrary to my advice, nnd that
I paid in iho Man land ensu ubout $10,0(10, 1
f,.,., mt millcro'd much more than mv full
Hhnrc nf the loss in that case. Tho Wash
llio inglon cne, is now, lo bo provided fur. I
nm w illing lo lose 2,000 in il ; and hence, 1
have, Ibis evening, enclosed my draft for
ihat sum lo 1). A. Hall, who is one of the
mj. .,,, ,,a, ,, f, lends of jusiicn will
promptly ,ako up tho remaining $1,000.
I am robbed of iheso 12,000. 1 have
. r,)(., ,,f plTU, ,-,, , ,
lime, in Iho sum, which I have felt myself
ninmlly compelled lo pay in the purchase ol
tho liberty of slaves. 1 greatly needed all
,,jM money to expend ill other directions
r ,, nit. f 0,lr wronged humanilv come
William R. Smith: Mr Dear Sin: Tho
unhappy Cbaplitj idlYir is, nga'ni upon ns.
In nddiliou lo several thousand dollar ex
pended in ngencies, lawyer's fee, .c., eve.,
we p.'iul ?!:,(( U to imletmiiiy Mr. Chaplin's
bail in Marbuul. Wo lire, now, called in
nav Ait (inn'i,. ii,,l..,.,iiV l.t ;,. v..i.
up iVoin numerous directions. Nevertheless,
I nm consoled by Iho reflection, that 1 wns
belter off without thin money than they, who
gul il liom me, were with il. Tho robbed
may (eel very sore under hi losses: but still
lie is belter oil' than iho robber.
With grenl regard,
PETERBORO, June 16th, 1852.
PiiiLAiirxr-ntA, Aug. 2d, Tho story circula
ted a short tune sinco rchitivo to tho horrible
murders some 80 in number, said to have been
perpetrated by tho brothers Ktupiuski, now in
prison under sentence of death turns out to bo
true. They havo confessed to every material
porti.-n of tho statement by Stupinski, to tho
authorities. 7. Oem.
Wo learn that letters from Kossuth had lato
ly boon seized in different parts of Italy, in con
scipieueo of which twelve persons hud licon ar
rested at l'avia; fifteen at Milan, and many
others ut lircsciu, Muutua and Verona.
Tho Savannah News states that tho flvo ne
groes who muidcred Mr. James Houston in
Mcintosh Co., woro on Saturday last tried by a
Uiectinii of Iho citizens of that county. They
w cro found guilty and executed nn Monday,
FROM JUNE NINTH TO AUGUST FOURTH.
Robert Ildlis, .5,00
Kiisha pog, 6,00
Isabel Frnntz, 1,00
Jell'craou l'rantz, i,uo
Samuel Myeis, fi.no
T. D. Tomlinson, fi.OO
II. Snodo, 1,00
J. Ingnhram, Jr., 6,00
Joel llonsiill, too
Klixihcth Dickenson, 3,00
David Sehncfleld, "J.'JO
Harriet Southam, , 1,00
Julia Diudiain, 1,00
S. C'onnant, 1,00
lidward Hall, 1,00
W. Btoadnwm and Wife, 1.5.00
Klijuh Whiucry, 1,00
J. C. Whinery, 8,00
Collections at Hinckley, 3,61
J. McMillan, Treasurer.
Receipts The Bugle for the week ending
Rebecca O. Saterthwaito, Wcstvillo, l,p)0-390
Win. Wullace, Lnwclvillc, 1,00-378
(ioorgo tioodin, Marlboro, l,i0-410
Isauo Miller, Mahoning, 1,50-410
CALL FOR A YEARLY MEETING OF FRIENDS AT
A joint committee appointed by New Ostden
and t Wem Quarterly Meetings, to confer togrth-
er and iMU0 CU for Yon'ly Mting of
rr!oml. . to bo held at Palcm t ceimnsocing the
t nil u f ,th . JRAS. .nit
first, Fi. ta,5, OI
take such ,:l,on w W1" l,,UM ;
Wn 1 .it wo ih tim8 hM come w ,on
Obeli . .:mrli,iffhmli-
members ol sociwy, -
memncrsoi ,, nresent nosi-
e, morally a, "??"" " ' Kri ' d...
tinn of the C
nil other popu
lar religious orgsnisations,shouldi
Mvcs toBether, encouraging
other in advancing their
iol' ir.tcrosts, and benefiting
own moral and so-
uunplo and practice, op
by their influence,
pressed and sufferint,
iivsito Friends generally,
d of Ohio Yearly Meet-
nnd especially tho frier
ing, and tfio.o who feel
dnep Intercs in llio
'te-with us in holding
Society of Friends, to un
Id. confidently hop.
isnsuncntsl in pro-
tho Yearly Meeting nforesi.
mir our meetinir runv nrnvc 1.
moling the cause of righteou. 'IJfM' nd Irca'1-
ing pure religion, and increoa. " J '
Signed on behalf of the coromi "PPO'i"-'!
W l ST
bv New (larden and Salem (luarte. "gV.
II illinm hirkt
Six mo., l;tth.
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY 1011
SALE AT AUCTION.
I WILL offer for sale at auction on the prem
ises, on Mondav, August 23d, 1N.V2, at I o'clock,
P. M., the new NTKAM URIST MILL, in
Mar'iboroUKb, Stark county. This cxcellont
mill contains two run of stones, and is capabto
of grinding 100 bushels with ono cord of wood.
This mill has a good run of custom wnrk.thero
being no other (iiist mill within eight miles, in
any direction except on the northeast. Lima
station on the Clevand k Wcllsvillo Railroad is
four miles from Marlborough.
Tkk: Twelve hundred dollars to be paid
within ten days after tho sale, when possession
will be given ; tho balance of the purchase mo
ney in two eipuil annual payments, with inter
c.it, secured by mortgige on tlie premises.
HEN 11 Y FEET.
Marlborough, August 4th, IS. a 2.
DIl . C. PEARSON,
II .11 i; I'ATIIIST,
AVINll pormnnentiy located in SbIjci-,"
would rcsneetliiuy nnnouuee to the l'ld'uu -
Ihat ho is prepared to treat IlomimpathiealW Ul .
di-eaes, whether Chronic or Acute. Ho in- e -
general invitation to nil, nnd Hatters hiiaiak'.
he can render general sati. faction,
OFl'U.'K AXI)llKSIDENC'E,on MAurSfa
Ol'l'lslTK TIIS PosT-UlTll'B.
May li, lS'ii.
DAVIS IIAU.M0.'I.i, .VOLUME 3.
WATER CURR KNCYCLOIVLDIA.
Can be had at the "Cheap Hook-Store."
July 7, '02. j. McMillan.
?iuh. m. pi. i'I:ucci;,
Giikex-St., Salesi, Colcmiiiana Covmt, Ca.
Mny 1, 18)2.
HALliM, OlliU, Al'JUM '20,
MRS. C. L. CHURCH,
LATE OF THE CITY OF PI'ITSIIUROH,
REUS lcavo to inform tho inliabitiiuts of Sa
lem and vicinity that sbo has brought with her
lare assortment of UOTAXIC M LltlCJ Xliit
carefully prepared, in the form of Pills, Pow
ders, Tinctures, Syrups, Ointments, Salves nnd
Piasters, together with an assortment of cruilo
or unprepared Medicines, which sho offers for
sale on reasonable terms for cash, or such arti
cles of produce as arc used in a family.
OJflee, Corner of Green anil Lunily St.
I'XtlK TOJPS C'.tlllK,
illarvcii Drram. Lire, Slnraiiifi'i History
And a very grent vnriety of other Rooks in
evcrv deparlnienl of Literature, just opened
.lc.U I LILLY'S nOOK-STOliK, Five
Doors East of lino Tow n Hall,
The most of w hich w ill be sold '2U per cent
cheaper llian they ever were otlcred in this
Also, Itlank Hooks, Wnll Paper, Gold
Pens, Pocket Cutlery, Accordions, Toys,
Fanev Articles, und a largo stock of STA
TION I 'It V.
TLiiMS C.1SII CALL A.XD SEK.
Snlmn, Mny 15, 1852.
JOHN C. WHINERY,
SURGEON D U NTI ST ! ! Office over the
Stilcm linot Store. Tho subscriber would in.
irm his friends and tho public, that ho is again
his post. Having spent several months in
Cincinnati, in makinii himself miuutelv aco train.
with the various brunches of his Profession 1
f....l r i . . . . . . 1
iccis uiMiiniuiit oi ooing auio to renucr llio
fullost satislaution to those who may rciiuirehni
Salem, March 5, 18.V2.
Susar Creek Falls Wa!crCure ;
TlStUlllWAS, Co , o.
qtlllS Institution, twclvo miles south of Mas.
X sillou, on tho road from Woosier to New
Philadelphia, 11 miles west of tho latter place,
and is accosaiblo by stages daily from all the
a'jovo places. It is supplied with very
Sort I'h to Spi-iutr Witter,
conducted to the Cure, from tho neighboring
hills, in .Vons i'ipei. It is under churgo of Dr.
it. rittAMi.iina conducted on pure Hydro
p'Uhio priucinles. Our business is to i,.Vn.lr,,.
out of tho system, nnd not put them in. Tho
l'rnn.intn.. I1..I I 1 . . ...
" i"" 'iniii.eiYcs inui uicir I'acui.
ties, for successfully treuting disease, are not
surpassed by any other establishment in tho
TERMS : In ordinary ensos f 3 per week,
payable weekly. F.ach patient should bring 3
coinlortubles, i sheets, 2 bloukots,.and soma
linen for bandages, or they can bo had at the
Estnbhshmont tor fiO cts. pur wook. Post.
Ollieo address, I)ear,h,r" M,lls, THtcaraieat Cu..
Ohio. DR. H. PRUAME,
SOLOMON l'REASE, 1 r-jiiTowi.
May 10, 18.52, .