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Alex. Campbell and the Fugitive Slave Law.
FftiBftD Roi!somi The member of tliB
different denominations, seem not to !e nwuro
oflhe monstrous corniition mid wickedness
of their leader. The Cnmpbelliles, or l)is
riples, ire a remarkable instance. Thu F.d
ilor of the Milleniul Harbinger, the celebra
ted Alexander Campbell, hns been giving hi
view of Shivery and the Fugitive Law in
langnngo not to bs misunderstood, lint
acarecly one in a hundred of bis sect, who
accept birn a their or gun and mouthpiece
to the world, through their principle public
Journal, aeeuia to know anything of hi
views and sentiments on the most iiiiportnnt
uhject which now agitates the woi Id Hu
The follow ing from the llnrhinger of June
1831, ahows moat immistnkcidily thu sonti
mcnt oflhe Kdiior on the subject of Amcii
can Shivery, The extract in from one of a
eriei of articles, bended the " Fugitive Sluvo
Before presuming to dngmnlizn on the
attitude in which die. apostles ol Christ plice
.heinselvc before us on tlie aubji ct of scrvi
mlo or alnvery, we must be informed ol the
Tinture, rhiirncter nml extent of alnvery, iia
then existing In llm rouutriea and rnnimuni
liea in whicli they planted churches."
Then follow aevernl pngea of b'nitmicnl
quotatiniia, to prove tlmt alnvery in its moot
terrible forms, existed in ninny of the tuitions
and plncea where Christ labored, iiinl the
postlcs gnthered churclica. Then, the wri
ter pay the apostles nml their Master the
coiiipliuielit of cluuging tliem with counte
nancing und approving that terrible chapter
ofiilKimiuiilinii. Nik argument on this par
ticular is divided into six bends, mid com
prises numerous ipiotiiiiiuia lioin Paul, l'eter
anil perhaps other New Testament writer.
From bis argument, bo arrives nt these con
clusion. : "III reviewing nil that is written in the
Christian Scriptures on the subject of Chris
tian masters und Christian slaves, wu may
so III up the whole in veiy li -wf Wordy. To
musters, the Lord command thu diilics of
Justice nod bumaiiily. Tlicsu lire always
Necessarily dependent on limes, places mid
circumstances. They tlierelino rliiiugn in
their tonus, nilh lime, place mid ciicum
slaiice. 1'iililic opinion, providential dispell
snlioii, nccidiMils mill coiuinge ucics, uiimcr
mis Unci Various, necessarily cliniiL'e the liirms
of Justice ami humimily. The (iolden Utile
therein is Hit) invariable; nud iuimutalibi
aliiiiibird by which wu must ascertain in dif
ficult cases, what is right nud expedient.
the muster place himself in the relation
of the slave, nud ask himself, in nil the cir
riimslnncea of the case, how bo would like
lo be treated. And let the servant place
himself in the relation of the master, mid nsk
himseir with nil the light In; has, how he
would like, in liny given case, to ho served.
l,sl the parties, in nil the mutation of thu
thrill ol Justice mid hiuiumiiy, net according
10 this rule, nml the system will work well
for the good of both." .
Next follows mi ingenious cnuinientary of
n pagu or more, on tbo case of Uiu siiuus and
I'liilenion ; dcli-iiding thu return of I', Sliivc
and closing with these pretty buhl words:
"If any man could invent n s'rnnger ease
thim Ibis, to slullily mid nbnsli that moihid
and visionary bumaiiily, prolened, or li lt by
au'tie ol' uur colemporai i'-s, I call only say I
liiiisl envy bis iiigenuiiy."
And then comes this hold conclusion
mnrk it well make your comments upon it,
and nsk your renders to mnku llicirs. Its
like is lint under heaven no mutter how far
under heaven ) nil plunge lo seuk it.
" Assuredly IVoiii these premises, we may
confidently say that the Gospel Institution as
clearly, us fully, ns uuthoritatively sanctions
thu relation id muster and slaviys that ol' inn
trimoucy .or civ il, or ecclesiastical polity t nud
thai no christian man, can censure anoth
er christian man because he is n master
ter and owns n man, any more than because
be owns a wile, or sou, or daughter.!! Hut
he tuny mid ought to censure bun for any
act ol cruelty or injustice, lo a wile, a son, n
daughter, or servant."
Excuse me, but I have no languagu to
.comment upon ibis one single word. All thu
foregoing extracts are from the Harbinger of
June, in the yenr 1851.
In the January number of the anmti your,
11 contained I think the fust of this series ol
articles on Shivery nud thu Fugitive Sluve
Law. At any rnto I have seen none of mi
earlier date. In that nrticlu is the following:
"'I'hnt any ono well instructed
in the Christian Religion could recommend
violence, or insubordination tun Law, passed
by a Congress tlmt merely represents nud
reflects the will of the sovereign people, is
lo nie, rnlher an unexpected developeineiil."
" Wniving in the first place llm character,
(he spirit mid thu bearings uf this, or any
other statute, constitutionally enacted by our
representatives, what mi example lo the civ
ilized world of our luw abiding spirit ! What
an exemplification of our respect for thu
christian religion and its divine founder do
ave furnish to the world in the violent spirit
of resistance and insubordination, iiiiiuifusled
on this occusion?"
" 1 apeak to the Christian public, and
fiot to the sovereign people in their mere
citizen character and 1 solemnly and nll'ec
tiouately nsk them. Have you, my christian
Wends, o learned Christ 9 Is this n fair ex
pose of your reverence fur bis authority, and
that of the Holy Spirit, who inspired the
Then be quote Paul, in Romans 13ili,und
Peter too, to prove our obligation to obey nud
.observe the enactments of thu government.
Umber dangerous it seems to me, to point us
o men, both of whom died martyrs for re
sisting the civil law, and continuing to "ugi
nte," when the authorities declared "A agi
tation mutt ccate."
At the close of the icripture argument, the
writer add t
"But loma. christian are conscietitiou
bout giving up a aervaol to hi matter. So
was not Paul, vvftcn be Mit M runnway
Onesiintis home to bis master. So was nut
an angel nf (ml, When bo cnimnntided the
runaway llagar to " go home to her mistress.''
In this our day of high-wrought seolimcu
liilism, we have some very romuntrc and
imaginative philanthropists! "
I would make further extracts from this
article, only that it would extend to too great
a length; and besides, I hope In ace tbo
whole of it, and also one or two others of the
series in some nf the next Bugles. I mnko
no comments further, on the passages I luive
cited, but you must, nud cull attention of all
" Disciples" to the monstrous position ol
one of their greatest men,n chosen champion
nml lender niiinug them.
Yesterday ntlcriionn and evening Cbnrlea
C. Orifliu and in) self held meetings in tbo
Disciples Church hero in Solon. Evidently
many of the brethren, were astonished nt tbo
revelations we made to them. I mil sorry
the author of audi doctrines as these I have
quoted, funis o many apologists among O.
bio " Disciples." Altogether, Ihey proclaim
their church lo ho ami Christ, mid doom i
to destruction. Wu continue our meetings
to-day in the same house tbo proprietors
generously granting it for our use, notwith
standing our plainness nml fidelity. Credit
ever, where credit is due.
Yours for the conflict,
Solon Mond, August 9th, 1852.
West India Emancipation.
Last Monday was quite a jolly day with
the colored citizens of Cincinnati. It was
their ei'lcbraiinn of Negro Emancipation ill
the British Colonies. The 1st of August,
falling nu Sunday, they had their exercises
on the 2nd. A considerable number of the
colored citizens from neighboring Towns,
nml sonic from n d'staiicc uiiiled with them.
Having limned n procession in the city,
they marched to t lie Kail Bond Depot under
the enlivening influence of music, mid were
by eleven o'clock A. M. in .Maple (Jrove, fivo
miles out of town. It was u charming day,
n bunu'iful nud slia.lv grove, mid n lively ami
joyous company. Their band discoursed
most excellent nml spirit stirring music, mid
they hail in various directions, stands with
refreshments of various kinds. About n
thousand were on the ground, who listened
with delight to thu admirable addresses uf
their talented oralors.
Mr W. M. Watson was the Chaplain, ami
bo opened the exercises with an appropriate
prayer. Mr. l'eter II. Clark was tbo set Or
ator of tbo day I did not arrive in lime, j
hear his oration ; but I heard it spoken of
by every one in the highest terms. I arrived
whilu .Mr. W. U. Casey was addressing thu
audience. His address was n well written
composition, nud was rend by him in hand
some at) In; the thoughts nml sentiments
were excellent, I Id whs followed by Mr.
John J. (J. lines, G. dues is mi Orator, lie
speaks with animation, nud from Ihu depths
of his heart. His speech was greatly np
phiuded, mid deserved lo be. Had 1 lime, I
would givo n synopsis of it. But 1 cannot.
My shun items of his speech run thus.
Declamlioii nf liulepeueduce n dream a
" rhetorical flourish," hi liir a ihu blacks nru
concerned. Ho ridiculed tho idea set forth
by Calhoun that men are nut born babies
are born. The prospect for I he colored mall
is gloomy w itness ihu land bill excluding
him from its bb s-iiis thu want of protec
tion on tho high seas the refusal to reeog
ni.u the independence of ll.ijti. He paid II
splendid tribute tu the memory of Touissant
L'Ovurliue. He referred with feeling to the
course of II. B. Siniiluii, ns a must discour
The slate and the church combine against
thu colored mail's elevation. The pour
blacks turned out of thu Pest House in Cin
cinnati. No hope but in the power of Chris
tianity, nnd in Ihu strong nerves of ihu blucks
Mr. Douglass of Columbus followed. I lo
expressed bis dillidcuco on rising after such
outpourings of eloquence ns the audience
had already hud. Tho object we celebrate
more glorious than achievements of mighty
warriors. We nru tho architects of our own
fortunes. Eulogized Chukson and Willier
liiiee. Theirs vvos a powerful victory. Liku
them we expect to usu thu weapons of Invo.
But when necessary wc shall imitate Wash
ington, Hancock Adams, &c.
Tbo question of the American people
runs thus: To be n hypocrite or not to be.
Thu churches are recreant. But wo must
make Cud's law paramount. Physical lince
a much our right as it was tho right of tho
American Colonies lie spuku of Lord
Mansfield's decision, ns the stone cut out of
the mountain. He described the manner of
the slaves in receiving their freedom in the
West Indies. Said as America bad copied
England in her iiihutnmiity,she ought ulso lo
copy her in her humanity. Ilo spoke of the
union of the states as a curse thu declara
tion of Independence practically a rhetoricul
flourish, &c. &c. Mr. Douglass was highly
classical mid poetic, and very eluipieut and
A song wns then sung by Professor Whim
who was nccoiupmiied by a performer on
the Guitar, and then the Brass Baud conclu
ded the exercise with Ilia Marseilles Hymn.
An elegant dinner wu then served up,
and having partaken of the good cheer, the
company returned to the City, where they
held a splendid levee in the evening, in tho
I would have been glad to have given a
more detailed and cnrefully prepared account
of the day' proceeding, lait I write .this in
great baste, having my hands ami mind
crowded with other matters.
It does my heart good lo witness the in
creasing intelligence, and respectability of
the colored people. They have no reason lo
be discouraged. Thn very opposition they
are meeting with, will ultimately make them
B great people. May Cod blesa them I (and
lie will do il,) in their efforts to be free!
Let then) remember this, thnt bo who tri'
to be free, is fine.
WM. HENRY BRISBANE.
An Anti-Slavery Convention we arc informed
will be held nt L1NESVII.I.E' PA., commenc
ing on Friday September 10th.
PARKER P1LLSHURY andC.S. S. GRIF-F1NO,
will hold a meeting in Uuntsburg,
Geauga Co., Sunday Kith hut.
"A Real Progress."
Such is tbo exclamation nf thn Fronrh nancr.
l.s i niris, inc organ ol l.aun .aoleon, in re
gard to resolution of the Dultimoro Democra
tic Convention. Mistaking tbo position of
Gen. Cass to be friendly to freedom, it rejoice
in bis defeat, and in tbo nomination of Pierce.
It understands this nomination is a declaration
nf the party against Ko-snth and all sympathy
v. ith the oppressed of Ivurnpc. It says :
" Wn find besides, in the resolutions of the
Baltimore convention null number proof of
the wisest mid most pacilic disposition oflhe
American dcu rats. These Resolutions
Miihiaee, according lo custom, the principle
points, the dcclaraliuii of prmcinles, w hich
ought lo serve ns u basis lo the election of
the eiiiididale proposed tu the popular u(ha
ges. This maiiilesto docs not mention any
of those ambitious phrases of those rhodo
mnnlades addressed to European powers,
which hardly n few inouilis since, were sure
lo he lininil in nil the declarations emanating
from the democratic party. There is no ill
lusioii, either lo the liberty or independence
of foreign nations, or lo its being the duty ol
the government of llm l.'nited Slates to see
that the despots id' Europe do not trample
upon that bherty nml independence. A sin
gle paraiirapb appears to allude hut in a
very indirect manner, and with which the
loreigu governments cannot show themselves
ollimded to the duties imposed on I he A
merican democracy by the institutions oflhe
European States. This paragraph is thus
Htsolvetl, That in view of t'te condiiion of
the popular iiislitntiiius in the Old World, a
high nml sacred iliit) has nevolved wiib in
cn-ased responsihiliiy upon the democracy
ol'lhis country, ns Ihu p uly of the people lo
uphold nnd maintain the rights of every
Slate, nnd thereby the union of the States,
mid lo sustain and advance among iheui con
stitutional liherty, by continuing to resist nil
monopolies mid exclusive legislation liir'tlu)
bi'lielit of the few nt the expense of the
many, mid by a vigilant ami constant ad
herence lo those principles nnd compromises
of Ihu constitution which ore bro iii enough
mid strong enough tu cmhracu nml uphold
llm Union ns it is,H'id the I'uiou ns it should
he, in thu full expansion of the energies mid
capacity of this great nud progressive people.
Either wu misconceive very much the
meaning of Ihat declaration, or it resembles
very htilti the propagandist phraseology of
which wu had more than once occasion to
publish some samples. (Itelerring to Gen.
Cuss's Hungarian Speech, &c.) It is n RF.AI.
I'linunKss. which we oluut to be a.nxioh
This resolution so acceptable to tho French
Despot, has a! .vays secned to u a very singular
ono. Wo were never ublo to connec t its premise
nnd conclusion in any other way, than an the
Frenchman has done. Look nt it. " In view
of tho condition of tho popular institutions in
the Old World, a high and sacred duty has de
volved upon tho democracy" to do what r
Why to uphold tho Union ns it is and ns it
should be." Why, how is that, other portions
of the document inform us, viz :
" That all dismission nf shivery should be re
sisted. That all clf.irti to interfere with ques
tions of slavery 07 to take incipient steps in re
lation thereto, ought not to be countenanced.
That slavo catching is nud must ever remain an
inscparnhlo incident ol the Union." Tlii is iho
" Union as it is nud as it should bo," according
to our democracy. This is exactly tho " union
at it ii" in Russia, in Austria and in France
And this too is tho " union m it th iuld be," ac
cording to Nicholas Francis Joseph, and Louis
It' thoreforo tho resolution has any meaning,
it is this, wc must support the American Union
nnd slavery for the suko of tho present institu
tions of Europe. No winder tho organ of Eu
ropean despotism should cxcluim, " it a real
projrett chich ice onjht to be anxiout to oonjirin."
No wonder it commends tbo " tciitlum and pacific
ditpotition of the American Democrats."
Post Office Robbery.
On tho 19th of July, we mailed for Taylors-villi-,
Illinois, a fifty dollur bill, of w hich tho
following is description, as cortitlcd by the
Postmaster at tho time of mailing :
Nuw Piiii.AUEi.ruiA, July 19, 1852.
I do hereby certify, that A. Patrick this day
mailed to Jucoh Overliult a $ 0 Hill on iho Far
mer's llrsneh nf Salem to the Plato llauk of
Ohio, No. 12. Dated, January 7, 1813.
1'. H. Guesnlkap, Postmaster.
Tbo letter arrived safely to its plnco of desti
nation; but the titty dollar bill was abstracted.
Who has got it i If our editorial hrvlhrcn
would stuto tho circuinstanco with s correct
description of tho hill at certified, il might ul
timately lead to tho detection of tho thief.
Gentlemen do this much fur us, nnd wo shall
reciprocate tho favor w hon required. Tutca
Tho Sonata Committee on the Frco Land
Sill, reported last week against it adoption.
The First of August.
They bad a grand gathering on tho first of
August in tho vieir.ity of Boston. Burleigh,
Garrison, Kussel, Philips, Qnincy and Lucy
Stone, wcro tho speakers and tho following
poem by John Picrpoint, was recited bv Mr.
BY REV. JOHN PIERPONT.
Tt !i!'.fcort vha tiae.'
Children of tho Pilgrim flock I
OIT-shonts from tbo Pilgrim stock,
Planted first on Plymouth rock,
l)y tho surging main t
When upon that shore they dwelt.
When upon that rock they knelt,
Would thoso men have lived, and felt
Slavery's galling chain r
When they all wcro kr.ecling there,
When the lnecie of their prayer
Hoc iqion tho frosty air
From a wigwam's shndej
Had they heard the savage call,
Hunt us dow n yon fleeting thrall !
Seize and hold him, each and all I'
Would they havo obeyed?
Had they done if, would they daro
Kneel again, and breathe a prnjcr
To tho God they worshipped there!
Had they prayed, would Ha,
Who their steps had thither led,
Who his guardian wing had spread
Over their defenceless head,
On tho wintcry ja
His all-gracious car have bowed)
Had they called on him nlnud,
Would the column nnd the chiud,
Once to Israel given,
Ilnvo descended, as their guide,
Through those forests, dark nud wide,
Whcro to thee, O God, they cried,
And wcro heard of Heaven )
Hark t that savage call iro hear !
Now 'tis ringing in our car !
Sco ! tho panting thrall is near 1
Shall ir play tho hound ?
Shall trs join tho unleashed pack,
Yelping on a brother's track )
Shall we seize and drag him back,
Fainting, bleeding, bound
Yes; when we're in lovo with chains !
Y'cs ; when, in our dastard veins,
Not a drop of blood remains
From those Pilgrim men 1
Yes ; w hen we our backs shall strip,
That w hat blond w o havo may drip
For the lnrdlings nf tho whip
Then, and not till then I
held in Worcester, Oct, 22d and 23d,
adjourned to meet in Syracuse,
adjourned to meet in Syracuse, Sept. 8th, 9th, 10th, 1852.
Thn friends of equality, justice nnd truth,
are earnestly invited lo iisseiiihle there nt
that time, lo discuss the important cpieslion
of reloroi leebiniciilly termed Woman's
Kights. Wu proposu not only to review Ihu
past, and consider thu present, hut to murk
out new and broader paths lor tbo opening
Tho time bus come not merely tor the
examination mid discussion of Woman's so
cial, civil and religious rights, but also for a
thorough and ellieient organization 11 well
digested plan of operation, whereby these
sacred lights, lor which our fathers fought,
bled und died, may he secured and enjoyed
by us. Let Woman 110 longer supinely en
dure tho evils shu may escape, hut with her
own right hand carve out lor herself 11 high
er, nobler destiny than has heretofore lieeo
hers. Inasmuch ns through thu fully mid
imhcf ility of Woman the rucu is what it is,
dwarfed in mind und hudy, nml ns through
her alone il can yet hu redeemed, nil lire
equally interested in thu objects of this Con
vention. Wu thercforo solemnly urge those Men
nud Women who dusiru and luuk for thu
development mid elevation of thu rucu lo be
present ut thu Convention, and uid us by the
wisdom of their counsels. Our platform
w ill, us ever, bit lieu to nil whu me ciqiablu
of discussing Ihu subject with seriousness,
condor nud li iith.
On behalf of ihu Central Committee,
Ei.izAnrTii C.Sta.nton, Paumna W. Davis,
William 11. Ciiamminu, l.rcv Utoxk,
Samuel J. May.
Tub Musical Would and Nkw Yoiik
Musical Times. Commences a new volumo
next month, good timo to subscribe for a
v.duahlo work, Oliver Dyer and Itichard Storr
Alabama has voted against tho rcvisal of her
The Governor ot New Jersey has pardoned
K ito Virginia Pool. She is to be released from
Prison 011 tho 2oth inst.
Mr. Downing, who was an excellent swim
mer, It is said, w as lost in bis efforts to savo Mrs.
Wadsworth, one of the ladies unlcr his charge.
Mr. Denton has been successful in his elec
tion to Congress in tho St. Louis district.
To Debtors of the Western Anti-Slavery
In looking over tho book of tho Society, I
find that great many persons who ma Jo pledg
es at tho two last annual meeting, have failed
thus far to pay them.
The society havo several debts to Agent, and
for paper &c, which tho Exocutivo Committee
aro very desirous of having paid bcl'oro tho next
annual meeting, and if all who nwo pledges
will pay them immediately, tho Committee will
bo able to report tho Society out of debt, and
with funda to coinmcuco next years operations
with. Would'nt that be glorious 1 Frionds of
the causo, send in your pledges to tho subscri
ber, and let u bo out of debt onco.
Treasure of W. A. S. S.
Society. Anniversary of the Western Anti-
The Executive Committee of the Western
Ami-Slavery Society, hereby give notice, that
tho Annual Meeting of iho Society will be
held nt Sai.ew, Columbiana Co., ()., com
mencing on Saturday, the 21st of August nt
10 o'clock, A. M., to continue for three day.
Now that both the great political parties
hnve anew pledged themselves o perpetiinto
tho power of slavery nud lo continue the net
fur slave catching as the supremo law of the
hind; as ubove (toil, nud nil that is ended and
worshiped as (!od, it become the friends of
freedom, lo assemble nnd devote tbcmsclvc
nfresb to its interest. To take new counsel
lo provide new mean of warfare--to
combine for new anil more decisive action)
such as the exigencies of the time demand.
The Committee therefore invite the attend
ance of nil the members nml friends of the
society on this occiission. We ahull have
the aid of somo distinguished friends of the
cause from abroad, but the work to bo done
i with ii in Ohio, Indiana nnd Michigan
Let the whole Wvsl be fully represented.
In behalf of the Executive Committee.
Salem, June 23, 1852.
Agitation in New Jersey.
Tho Alarm Hell, a spirited little popar, pub
lished at Patterson, N. J., by Alfiird Gums
CAMcnr.i.t., seems to bo agitating to somo pur
pose. Ilia fidelity has thoroughly excited the
ire of thoso who " resist" and "diseoutenancc"
free speech. Mr. Campbell is firm. Continu
ing so, his littlo lioll will arnuc and draw
around him tho earnest friends of freedom.
He has nothing to fear, but much to hope for.
Hero is specimen of tho way ho ta'ks.
Wo do not recognize my obligation on our part
to bow before every idolatrous shriuo which
priests or people mny crcc. Consequently we
have never worshipped at the alter which ccr
tain idolators have built to Henry Clay. En
rolled, as his numo is, high on tbo list of mul
titudinous Gods, whom this people delight
to worship, our soul has never been moved to
adoration beforo him, nor have wo ever been
inspired w ith feelings of i rofound veneration for
Himself a slaveholder, nnd supporting with
all his influence tbo most damnable system of
fraud and oppression upon w hich tho sun ever
shone, wc could not mourn his deulh. "Ilu
inanity has no tears to shed at tho death of
slaveholders and oppressors nf tho human race."
Hotter for the world bad they never been born.
These being our sentiments wo aro not deter
cd from their utlcraneo by any amount nf pop
ular indignation, nor by any threat i of personal
violence. Threats nru not valid arguments, and
wc can assure the gentlemen v. ho talked so
valiantly of tar and feathers about tho 5th of
July last, that no amount of those vuluahlo
commodities applied to our editorial person, can
change our honest convictions or compel our
silence. Threats aro tho natural resjurco of
fools and cowards. Wiso and brave men seorn
tu uso them, as much as they scorn to bo influ
enced by them.
Our former printer, it is true, under the appre
hension of injury to bis business or violation to
property, or both, has declined to print our pa
per any longer ; but thcro arc other presses in
town. When these fail nlsn, wo shull havo no
difficulty in securing the service of a New
Let those patriots who seek tho subjugation
of tbo Press glean w hat consolation thty may
from these facts. II ' thall no on !
Mkssrr Brooke and Vickrbs havo au
thorized tho nulico that all the profits of
tho cash stilus at their store, during ihu ses
sion of the Anniversary meeting, shall bu
given to the Anti-Slavery Society.
CALL FOR A YEARLY MEETING OF FRIENDS AT
A joint committee appointed by New Garden
and Salem Quarterly Meetings, to confer togeth
er and issuo a call for a Yearly Meeting of
Friends, to bo held at Salem ; commencing tho
first, First day of tho Ninth Month, 1852, and
take such action as will promote that object.
Wo bclicvo the timo has como when tboso
members of society, who desire something high
er morally and spiritually than tho present posi
tion of tho Ohio Yearly Meeting of Friends,
and other popular reli gious organinutions.should
associuto themselves together, encouraging and
strcngthniug each other in advancing their
own moral ami social interests, and benefiting
by their influence, txnmplo nnd practice, op
pressed and Buffering humanity.
Wo would thercforo invito Friends generally,
and especially tho friends of Ohio Yearly Meet
ing, and thoso who feel a deep intercs in ths
Society of Friends, to unito w ith us in holding
tho Yearly Meeting aforesaid, confidently hop
ing our meeting may provo instrumental in pro
moting tho causo of righteousness, and spread
ing puro religion, and increasing humanity in
Signed on behalf of tho cnmmitteo nppointcd
by New Garden and Salem Quarterly Mootiugs.
David Scholjield, William Griffith,
Wtlliam Kirk, ihtry Uriffith,
Eti Uarretton, JUizabeth Kirk,
William lluyhurtt, Jtebocca Scholjiold,
fierce Garntson, 'Jilt 'J'homat,
Robert HiUtt, Lot Ihtmjs,
Uaaa Tretcott, Caroline Stanton,
Six mo., 13th, 1833.
SALEM, O. HYMENIAL.
MARRIED At Willoughby. on th. 8th lnst
by Rot. Mr. Collins, of r.incsYille, Dr. Ksasar
G. Thomas, of Marllsno' Btark Co., to Mis
Ei.ua Smith, nf the former pise.
. . . . ..
VALUABLE MILL PK0PE11TI FOB.
SALE AT AUCTION.
I WILL offer for sale at auction on theorem
ises, nn Monday, August 23d, 1HA2, at I o'clock,.
1. M., the new SIliAM URIST MILL, iu
Marlborough, Stark county. This cxcettsnC
mill contains two run of ston', snd is capable
ol grind'iig 100 bushels with one curd of wood.
This mill has a good run of custom work,ther
being no other grist mill within eight miles, (n.
any direction except on th northeast. Lima,
station nn thn Clevnnd & Wellsville Railroad i
four miles from Mnrllmmugh.
Tkhm: Twelve hundred dollar to be paiJ
within ten d tys after tho sale, when possession
will be given; the balance of th purchase mo
ney In two equal annual payments, with inter
est, secured by mortgage on the premises. , .
Marlborough, August lib, 18-32.
DR. C. PEARSON,
II .11 (LOPATHIST,
HAVING permanently located in Salem,
would rccctlully announce to the Publio
that ho ia prepared to treat Homiropithically til
diseases, whether Chronic or Acute. Ho Rive
a general invitation to all, and flatters hiinsalf
ho enu render general satisfaction.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, on Majh 8i-
orrosiTK TU I'OST-Ol TICK.
May 1.), MM.
DAVIS IIRM0NIA, VOLUME 3,
WATER CURE ENCYCLOPAEDIA. '
Can be had at tho ' Cheap Rook -Store."
July 7. '52. J. McMILLAN. .
hi it, hi. hi. ir.nici
Gbkex-St., Salem, Colimiuaxa Coi-sty, O.
May 1. 18i.. ,
SALEM, OHIO, A VlilL 20, 18S2. '
MRS. C. L. CHURCH,
LATE OF TUB CITY OF PITTSBURGH,
UKliS leave to inform tho inhabitants of Sa
lem and vicinity that sho has brought with her
a hirc assortment of HOT AS W MEDICI E
carefully prepared, in the form of PilU, Pow
ders, Tinctures, Syrups, Ointments, Salves smt
Plaster', together w ith an assortment of crude
nr unprepared Medicines, which sho offer fo
sale on reasonable terms for cash, nr such rti
cles of produce as arc used in a family.
OJice, Corner nf Green and Lundy St.
I XK TOM'S C4KIX,
Ik Muriels Urea in Lire, Jlaraulej't History
Anda very great variety of other Rooks in
everv deportment of Literature, just opened
nt MMILL.1.VS HOOK-STORE, Fiv
Duns Kist nf the Town Hull.
The most of w hich w ill bu sold 'JO per cent
cheaper than they ever were offered in this
Also, itlank Hooks, Wall Paper, Cold
Pens, Pocket Cutlery, Accordions, Toy,
Fancy Articles, und n" largo mock of STA
TION Kit V.
TUtUM C.ISll CALL AXD SEE.
Salem, May 15, 185.
JOHN U. WIIINERY,
SURGEON DENTIST!! Office- over th.
Salem Jlimk .Voce. -Tho subscriber would in-
inn his friends and the public, that he is attain
at his post. Having spent severnl months in
Cincinnati, in innkinx himself minutely acquain
ted with tho various branches of his Profession ;
he feels confident of being ahlo to render the
fullest satisfaction to those who may require bn
S alem, March 5, ISoi.
Suir Crei-k Falls Water Cure
Tl'SCAIS.l WAS, Co., O.
HllIIS Institution, twelve miles south of Mas
JL i 1 Ion, on tho road from Wooster to New
Philadelphia, It miles west nf tho latter place,
and is accessible by stages daily from ail the
above places. It is supplied with very
SoM Pure Siti'iiie- AVntcr.
conducted to tho Cure, from tho neighboring
inns, in .vons I ipet. 11 is muter chargoof Dr.
IL FKE.Y.sE, and conducted on puro Hydro-
O'lthie lirineioles. Our bllsiuesa is tn fulrM ilrni.&
nut of the system, and not put them in. The.
i-ropnciors nancr incmseivcs that tnoir f acili
ties, for successfully treating disease, are not
surpnssed by any other establishment in thai
TERMS: In ordinary rnc ft.f nrr vnV
Liavahla WCcklv. Each lllltinlit AlinnM krina Q
comfortables, 2 sheets, 2 blankets, and loma
linen for bandages, nr they can bo had at th
r.siaoiisnmeni nr ou cis. per week. Post.
Otlleo address, Dearriorf MilU, Tueearawat Cto.,
umo. nn. ii. r he, aim',. i..
SOLOMON FREASE, j
May 10. IHU.
TO AGENTS AND CANVASSERS.
NEW 11001C FOR THE PEOPLE I
iov ix rm:ss.
THE Life of Ocnoral, Wm. II. Harrison By
II. Montgomery, Estp, author of tho Life of
General . Taylor, (of which somo 25,000 cop
ies hnvo been already sold.) This book will
contain over 40U pages, with illustrations, and
a beautiful Steel Portrait nf tho General. The
literary merit of tho work will bo of high or
der, tho Vuthor having taken scvoral years in
gathering reliable information, which will be
offered to tho public in an attractive form at
moderate price. Tho work w ill bo ready by th
first nf July next.
Good active agents wanted to sell the above
bonk, to whom exclu.ivo agency of a county
w ill bo given.
On roccipt of $1,25, we will forward on
copy of the above book, for Agent to use as a
sample copy, by mnil, post-paid, to any place in
the United States, not exceeding 500 miles from
Cleveland or Chicago.
Hooks sent by mail must be pre-paid accord
ing to tho new Post olliee Law. postage oa
this work is about 2io for each and every fiOO
Wholesale prices fur above and other saleable
books for whicli we wish Agents, will be for
warded, on application to us post-paid.
N. B. Any newspaper within tf00 mile of
Cleveland inserting thisthreo timos shall rooeiva
copy of tho above work, acnt as they maT
direct. M. F. TOOKER St Co.
Tublishers, Cleveland, 0.