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woes, ahull no longer fill our land with nor-
row ntiil mourning.
5. Reso'red, Tlinl llm vigorous unci ihmT-
allimipts on Hie part of Hie friends of
American Culoiiizitinn since tlm pussim. nf
tlm Fugitive ghive L ivv, In revive llml hand-
ninid of Southern Shivery, unci engine of,
cruelly and oppression in tlm colored popu-
lation ol'lhn country, mil loudly iimn us ns
the friend nl impartial Freedom, t'nr witti-tc
ful and untiring zeal in exHisiug its infamous
character, and warning nnd rescuing those
who limy become ils victims from llm late to
avliirli il would consign them,
Q. Resolved, Tlinl never wns injustice mnro
iMiuiTHMjiin, ipr nree-ny morn rruiit-ii iniin
Would lie Unit nl' iipprnprinliug the prncee It
of llm Public. Lands, ii fcttfii sum of which
rightfully licliiini In the colored population,
lo the purposes of C'nlmiia Hum, inasmuch
sislhcy are thereby cooipedleel In minister to.
lueir own iiiisiriis.and w ith llnir own lunm-y
to purchase llm means of llieir ikvii Inrlnre
hereby solemnly protest ngniusl
the whole scheme ol audi Hniirnnriatimi, as
niicnusliltilinuul, unwarrantable nnd unjust
ji it the highest degree nnd wi.rthy to eiimmiie
siiny iruni n guveriiiiicin in lyrnnis nun s'ave
shohlers, ton reckless nnd cluing in their
wickncss, lo lie entrusted in any way with
the interests of mniikhid.
7. Resolved, Tlinl the sin nnd rrime of
slavery are nut Ihnl it liny or conquers ter
ritory for its own extension nnd enliirgenienl
though it Inm dune linlli not Ihnl it sacri
flees the right of speech, ilni press or ol Icicci
tnotion, lice right ol trial liyjnry or of hntiens
corpus though it has dime nil these without
liinidi lint llml it seeks lo mi Up it lilicrly
ill the linrlh, liy compelling the iciiiIh to re
capture nnd return lo licmilaL'e, the fugitive
eluves, or pny the price of fliem, with other
fines nnd iiiiprisiiu.inml besides. Km the
crowning gmli consists in Hfiziuif iipmi nnin,
the impress nnd likeness of Hie invisible
4 jocI, disrobing him of every liiliiinii, blot
ling out every divine iittriliulc, qiieui'tiing
the spirit nnd the mini ns fur ns piiihln in
litter ilnikiiPMS, unci then hunliiiif the Imilv
thus iniliriiled, in rh.iiii, as property, lo he
li ivi tl ns a liensl under iIih sr.innue, when,
pver, wherever, unci however tlm will or eii
price, the Inw or the lu-l !' irrixnill,; ninl
mert'iless tyriiuts bhnll elect or ilosire.
8. Itcsulvcd, Thnt our w.irfnre is with llm
slnve ('liiiiiiiilil,llinn llm diii li'ilie tlinl "inn enu
ver under any pnssihle nr rnnreiviihle eir
cuiiistnuces, hnld ptuperly in his li'llnw mini.
!. Iltmtval, 'Mint we reenrd nny vnluiiliiry
ynvcrnniHiilnl lininn or rnnlederiitinu willi
ulnvehulitf rxyis ecpiiilly n viulatinii ol lint Intvs
of lliliiiiiliily mid Jil-lice mid the gnveriiiueul
ol tinil : mid liemv we llllei Iv mid linever
repudiiilH the dneii iue thnt were llm I'ViIcimI
ijvel'limeiit relieved ninl relensecl, Iniin nny
-iiiiKiitiiiiiiinl oliligntiims on llm pnliji-cl then,
(in the liiui!iiiiL'e of nil eminent eh.imiiiin nl
the Free Soil Forty,) " imuldngiliilinn in Vun
yrrts crane in rr&irj to it llim wimUl Confirm
Muvt nothinfi lo do ir Ih il; ami like a huntlj)'
J'reemrn, cinittl wn I an:t legitiale Jhr lite .
jitrilg. Hit iiitfiroetmtnl oj' mankind, for Hit tit
Vnlion of Ihi human met."
10. ittiu'vttt, t linl any reid union in the
gnvermnenl helkVeeu ulil vi'linlcling mid linn
ahivehohliug slnles, is a ii'iluriil mid ihysinil,
as well as uinrnl impossihilily ; ninl nny in
tern) it at il, argues ohliiseiiess either ol' intel
lect or cnciHcii'llcc, if lint ol linlli, lo li iiinal
lii.'iienlnlile degree. And the recnxiu Inr so
lung cimliiimince in a inimiuiil L'liinu Inis
lieeu, thnt nil llm slntes linve lieeu really
fhive stales; nnd all the legislnlinu has lieeu
lor and in favor of shivery. While nt llm
irpsent lime, there is n desirce of resist'incii
In the eiicici ii'limi'iiis nl the slave power nnd
n deleruii.iiiiiou uiiiuilesleil, (mililly ns yet,)
in ileinnlid piped regard tiir the I mills mid
Jilieriii'S of llm Northern Slates, which llm
fliiveholilers nml llieir iniiilieni allies wisely
nnd truly regard lis latal in llm ccinliiiiianre
of the I'oiileiiemrv so Ihnl in diiuiniiiling n
dissolution of llm Union, we are only seeking
what must come inevilahly mid speedily, if
alnvery "rhnll be wholly $rpurntej from the
i'edernl Government ," mid Liberty lit iheuorlh
and Shivery in llm smith lie alike, the ohjecls
of governmental care.
11. Resolved, That no pnlitical plntlorin
yet erected, has any virtue or merii, which
ahould tempt us from our present iiiipregiiu
lile position, ns nslrictly moral and religinus
anti-slavery mnvemeiit we sliall still main
tain with nil fidelity our ilnclrinn of " no
union with slave hnldi-ts" no rcciii'iiiiicin of
the right of sliivehulders, ( is such,) lo lilt-,
liherty or the piirsuil of happiness, much
less In il sent or voice in the governmental
councils of any miiinii under heaven. And
however we may rejoice nt the changes in
the signs of the limes, ns su Hinuilesl in the
rejection of Daniel Welwter, Mil lard Fill-1
mure mid other ol tlm meaner minions nl the
alnve power, liy the naiional pemveutions lo
nominate candidates liir the presidency ; nnd
ns liirlhcr seen in the lime nnd tendency of
the Free Soil party lo advance hIhi, in ohe-
iln-iice to the voice ol the spirit ol I'rngress
which marks the nge, we shall still ever bu j
mindful thnt such results are mid must be
dependent on our unshaken nnd uucouipier
nhle iidheraiice to the iiiosl radical principles
for which wo nre distinguished.
12. liesolved, Thnt Hut great political par
ties of tlm country, w ith all their con option
nod profligacy, have done and are doing tiir
Jess lo sustain slavery than has been nnd is
jilill being done by the Pro-slavery Church ;
.and thai we must always distrust the anii
.slavery professions and doubt llm integrity
if llm Free Suil" or "Free Democratic"
puny, so long us many of its principal luitd
,ers nnd largo musses of its active members
Remain connected willi thai church, uud join
it in denouncing ns in'idels those laiililiil
friends of the slave who testily against ils
Isimiiintious, nnd deny it the Christum char
acter und name.
13. Resolved, That tliose who judge the
political parties by n higher standard than
Ihey are willing to apply to the Church, ami
.who, whil they profess to repudiate slavery
rolilicnlly,8till give the right hand ofretigiouj
fellowship to slaveholders, apologists for
alavery and pro-sluvery Whigs unci Denui-
, luck ol intelligence or u want
t ,r ir . : " : " n: i
f I.:.. i. : :.. .1..
IIVIIIK IU IIICIII IMU IMSIIIW iiiniiiiwinnig (
in warning the people to bewura of their in-1
fluence and their wiles,
14. RcMolved, Thnt we needed not the po
litical defection uudaposlucy of (Jerrit Smith
pfNew York, lo convince us of the danger
jgeroui and even fiitul tendency of politicul
iarly action, as an element in carrying for
ward Morul Reform. Still we were scarce
ly expecting so aoou lo fee from liim as we
)isve, a promiQciatiiento, in a printed circular
jsstied to the public, in which he says:
I "Notwithstanding nil the limit I linve
f, , witla Hih platform of the Free Demo-
crney. I nevertheless ri'ganl myself as mem
mined her of Hint mny. It is a giiml party uml
j will rapidly if row belter."
' Wh went not rxpi'i'tiiiK such n ilcclnrntion
from Mr. Smith, ns the history of nil political
I parties, except tlinl In which he has nl'lnto
'jielonged, present nun unbroken testimony
j'lluit they ever grow worn mid worse ; unci
nre pine, only as they Km mnnll only ns
they are a miniirily, mid this step ol llieclu
pion nnd lender oilhc Liberty I'nriy, irivfti im
j most teiirliil assurance, Hint even it run no
longer lie regarded us any t-xt-t'itinn to (lie
15. Hmiilveil, That Amerirnn slnvery is
not only a disgrace mid n curse to America,
hill n hindrance lo the triumph of lihernl
principles, nnd to the establishment of pup
il! ir hu ms of government nmoiig tlieaiititiuns
of the earth til large.
lo. limolted, I lint the ndvncntcs nnd up-
holders nf American shivery, nre the friends
of oppression and l raiinv, of wrong nml
rruelty in every part of the world; while
the enemies of Amcricnu slavery lire the
friends und liciieluciora ol the whole human
.'I. finotved, That nil those" rliurrhes nnd
prieslhoods which favor shivery should lie
regarded ns the enemies of mankind, nnd
should lie exterminated w ith llm utmost pos
sible speed: that the enemies of sltcli chur
ches nnd priehlhuciils nre, nil other things
hi ing euniil, nre Hie nest of men, the first ol
smuts, the gwdlieM ministers of the Almighty,
the miiNi religions, the most holy, the most
heavenly of nil (.tod's children ; while the
friends nml supporters of such churches nnd
priesthoods may justly he regarded ns llm
iiiosl itinoraiit, supe rliiious, nnd pilialile,
ninl the uiosi proliiue, ulhcislictil uud w icked
ol ii ki nk 1 1 1 1
18.'iij5j.'rfi,Thiit il is nur opinion llinlSlnve-
ry noes not cxit in this country, so much
because the people of the North prefer it to
the Ireeiloui of its victims, hut liecnuse the
tiinney power wills its existence nnd by pur
rhnsinu 1'iients, I'olilicinus, uml business
men. cm ns an iiilliieuce in its favor Ihnl
cull he obtained in no other way.
Treasurers Report for the year ending August
The whole stnnunt of mnnrr received In tl:0
Trertsury during tho punt ycui has been as fal
Subscriptions to the Anti-S!. ivory
Hurfle, $ 121(1. M
1'lcilgos ami Doiiiitinns, 1:)7",I'J
During Iho amnc time thero has been paid
mil for tho various expi'iikcn ut tho Society as
To the li lilor and PiiMNhino; ARcnf, $ C'JO,20
" Ageu s. Walker, $ 3::,HS. Sclbv,
Wright II,!).!, (5VJ.71
" 1 he Primer, 3 i '.a
On UuMj, duo at last Anniversary, shout Gill), III)
To Paper anil Ink for lluule,
Oilier pxpeiisrs, inclndiiig interest on
h irriiwod iiionoy, pontsifo, of
fice rent, fuel, tax, repairing
Iiros, printing mitleriuls,
muling Tent fee, 140,21
Total, $ 21(05,0 1
II. dunce in TrenMiry, 2J.1.J
Debts I up by the Society Bra
To 1 dm ll'id-on, printer !2S1,92
" K litor and Publishing Audit 150.00
" William Liglitloot, borrowcJ money 00,00
" Lot Kohiiua and olbcrs, borrowed
In addition to tho shove, thpremay bo a small
amount duo nur I.ecturcing Agetits.but as tlicy
have not rendered thnir account, I cannot re
port tho amount.
J. McMILLAN, Treasurer,
To Our Readers.
We have been so oecupicj with the mooting,
and busincHs connected with it, thnt wo aro un
able to do more than preparo tho proceedings
nf tho ineetinij for publication. Our exchanges
are uiirend, ni.u much we want to ny is un
written. Our correspondents, ton, tnu.t excuse
CxT Ueeoijits next week.
It lias pnssed. We are well satisfied wild
lis character and its results. The attendance
wns large. The zenl nnd firmness of its
members uiiabuted. There wns no compro
mise no yielding to slavery. Our political
friends were present in numbers nml largely
participated in the discussions. They spoke,
sometimes imploringly, sometimes impa
tiently, often elocpieully mid earnestly. Some
of llieui manifested their magnanimity und
devoliou to linti-slavery liy elTeclive ellorls
mid lihernl contributions, in raising material
uicl. The udvunced position of political unli
slavery was gladly conceded ; but none uf
these things could move tlm convention
from a faithful rebuke of concessions to shive
ry by whomsoever iimde.
For the Resolutions we nsk o careful, can
did ullenlioii. We linve much to gay of them
of the meeting, and of those who partici
pated iu it, hut have no room. The resolu
tion in regard to Mr. Gerrit Smith, was de
precuted by some hut to us none seemed
more needed than this faithful expression of
friendship to the man, nnd good will to the
cuuse. Mr. Smith's lute circular (which we
will give next week) shows evident signs of
fullering for such a man to begin to com
promise is a terrible culamity to freedom
a fcurful warning against political temptation
Far safer and better
, , . ,
" i l'enl ol"" energies,
in direct efforts
lo crcute anti-sluvery, than in the compara
tively iiiiiiiiioituiit ope at this stage o( our
progress, to count nnmhors,
An Anti-Slavery Convention we aro informed
will be held at LINESVILLE' PA., commenc
ing on Friday September 10th,
Parki r PiLLsnt'RT will leclure at Colum
biana on Sunday the 2!th of August, Com
mencing at 10 o'clock A. M.
On Tuesday evening the 3 1st.
On Thursday evening the iind of Sept.
In connexion with Jou.i F. Sri.BT on Sat
urday uud Sunday the 4 1 Is nnd 5th uf Sept.
Messrs. Pn.i.sBi nr amd Sklm, will nlso
attend a iiiepling nt New Lyme on Tuesday,
the 7lb of Sept., uud at Cherry Valley or
Andover, (ns the friends may appoint,) on
Wednesday Hie fill.
If il shall be thought best by the friends
who limy meet nt Fowler, Mr. Pillsbury nnd
Selby will separate on Tuesday and Wed
nesday evenings, and appointments will lie
made fur oilier places on those) evenings,- iu
addition to those, made above.
MEETING AT LINESVILLE.
We would call especial ulleiitiuu of fi iends
ill the vicinity uf Lincsvillc, to the Conven
tion lo be held nt that place, colonic ncing on
Fhiiiat Tint IOtii of Ski-teiibi-.r. The
meeting will continue for ihree days. Par
ker Pn.i.sBt rv, John F. Sf.i.bv, nnd oilier
speakers w ill be present. A cull Inr Iho con
veiition, signed by n large number of persons
hits been issued. The friends expect a geu
end gathering. Let it be one lh.it sliall tell
J. W. WALKER.
Mr Walker went directly from tho Anni
versary, to Leesvillc, Carrol Co., to nlleiiil
the fiiir uud coiiveiuiiMi nt thai place. He
m ill spend some two weeks in thnt region.
Those desirous of having meetings in their
neighborhoods will apply to him tit Lees
villc or through the Irii-iuls there.
MEETING AT DEERFIELD.
On Sunday ;tha 12th of September, J. W.
WALKER, und piohiiUy other spei.keis
will hold a meeting in iho new bum nt
Charles IIetts, two miles cost of Devrliuld-
Josephine A. Griffin.
DIED at LitchHcld, Medina, Co., on tho 20rl.
hist., Joir.rm.NK A. Ouim.v, in tho 10th year
of her age.
Tho deceased was the eldest daughter of our
friends tho friends of humanity C. S. S, nnd
Josepluno (irilun. Our lirnrt is tilled with
nil sympathy Inr them in their'berpaveincnt.
With a cheerful, happy buoyancy' of spirit a
maturity and forco uf mind a dignity and case
nf manners altogether unusual for her age, she
combined a kindliest of heurt, which ir.udo her
presence always a joy.
llut she has gone, and nur hopes for her, ol
a long, useful and happy lito ore foiover pust.
Her sull'erings for the Inst eight months were
great, but not an over-match for her patience,
cheerfulness and considerate regard for those
whoso cores and 'ubors were uugenented thereby.
Sho was sensible, of her approaching death and
mot it with tho eahn cheerfulness which mark
ed her life. Her cud us peace. Hvr memory
Young People's Convention !!
At a meeting of n committeo Appointed to
decide upon u lime uml place, uud issue n
call for the Hireling of the young people of
Ohio in Convention; it wus decided that
such n convention should bo held on the
2.")A nnd 2liiVi of Septem'itr next, lit Marlboro,
Stark county, Ohio; the first session com
mencing on the 25 1 1 1 , nt ten o'clock, A. M.
Our object in culling the young people
together, is nut to consider the narrow, sel
fish views of nny sect or party, but to discuss
the great question of Human Rirlils. Young
men und women! upon your physical, intel
lectual, nnd morul development, depends the
future progress uud elevation of the nice.
Then throw aside tho shackles of party
und piejudice, uud let us discuss with a sin
cere desire to know iho troth of those prin
ciples which lie nt the foundation of human
improvement und happiness.
All nre cordially invited, nny, tirrito coma
prepared to take an active part in the doings
uf the couveiiiion. It will he under tho ex
clusive control ol'the young : then let us come
up a mighty host, in the s'rcngtli uml ardor
of youth, mid willi willing bunds mid bravo
hearts take hold of tho monster evil, und tear
it limb from limb. The services of some
experienced speakers, capable of adding in
terest to the occasion will he secured.
William II. IIettis, Eliza M. McCiowkn,
Julia Cleverly, James Morua.n,
Susan Spiker, A.ndbew MlUowe.v,
Alvaii Campbell, Catii. S. Moiiuis.
All papers friendly to the movement Jiluuse
copy the ubove.
FUNERAL ADDRESS. II. C. Wright is
to deliver on address at Litchfield, Medina Co.,
in relation to thedoccaso of our young Friend,
Joacphino A. Grillin. Unfortunately wo have
mislaid the notice. We hope our next issue
will be in season to notify the timo. Will Mr.
Griffin inform us.
Agents for the Bugle.
Harriot Pulcifer, Dissels, Geauga co., O,
O. O. Brown, Oruuge, Cuyahoga Co., O.
Tlir Pi.ati OHM. TIipsh documents pub-'
lishecl on our first pngn nro vnlunhln for ref-1
ferniien in Hi stirrinj Pol lic il times. In
the resolutions of l!in Western Anti-Shivery
Society, we give our platform. Render, it
is one that will degrndo no man to stand up
on. Its spirit is iiisticc. It is without com
promise, uud is faithful to humanity. The
whole of them including our Salem resolu
tions, will ho put up in pamphlet. Send
your orders to John Hudson, Salem,
We copy tho following sketches tint he-
cause Messrs. Quincy, Lining, nnd Philips,
nre "worth f."iO,(M)0 nnd inure;' though nb
oliliou owes a great ileal to that, hut liecnuse
they have in addition to nil their intellectual
mid pecuniary piulowmenls, thnt of which
must men of their pursn nre deficient viz:
warm mid generous hearts. And liecnuse it
n ill do our renders good, to sec this so pleas
antly set forth, ns by tho writer of these
The Rich Men of Massachusetts' is the
title- of n second edition of n book lh.it lately
appeared in lloslim, that gives Hit) reputed
wi allli of til in I '.MOO men in Massachusetts,
who nre win Hi .."lU.OCiO or more, with In id
sketches ol the lives of nearly l.'iOUof lliem.
The n'.'gri'iriite prope rty of these men is put
down nl t&'l.lsV.i.OM), Of the rich men,
'8 nre woitl. Iji 1.(1(1(1,000 or upwnids. The
leading wealthy class nppears lo be the mer
cantile, .li: o w hum have n place in Ibis
curious book The next wealthy class is the
farmers, of whiiin them ire 1 10.
Among those whose names are recorded
iu the paui s id Ibis work, ( bich nppears to
bear Hie imprest of good humor nml fairness
generally,) wo oliMive ihu following '.Lib
erator. I.iiMiwn Ui iNc, D.'dhtiiii. All by inlier
liance mid innrriiice. lie uiarrieil u daugh
ter id I . 1 1 il l P. Parker. A lawyer by pro
fession, hul has reliiicpiisheil prnclice, thnt hi
might grality bis Mrimg sy mpalhy wilh bu
maiiily, A w hole-souleil Abolitionist of llm
(ariisoii schncit. Like Wendell Phillips, he
H puiliales the ( oiislitiiliou in lain, Imtiiiisc
il docs not repudiate Slavery. Il he inclines
lo nny reliuioiis sect, llml seel is the Quakers,
He is n thorough going oii-resistiuil. His
mind is of the finest miler. As a writer, he
is i legale!, keen, searching. The machinery
of bis mental liiclnry moics with n nicety
which renders it at once iuuudihle and invis
ible. His s.iiciism oils he lino you arc aware
of its npproach. lie is the man who once
enveloped 'Sigiiui' iu llm beautiful meshes
of I lie sbiucr-liel, nml llicn smiled nt his con
fusion. Possesses that wolst of nil memo
ries ' A memory Hint never foi'ifets nny
thing.' Ilencvolcnce r Edmund Quincy is
ibis day woilh less than he inhei iled, simply
because that siimn troublesome organ nl
lieiiiMih'iice has rendered bis large inherit
ance n perpetual sinking fund.
Elms Ciur Lori.xo, Itosion. A lawier
of supei inr miiiil mid high iillaiuuieuts. Hu
might have stood mining the fust ns mi advo
cate. Sir. I.oruig very early unrolled him
self us n (I'.irrisou Abolitionist, indeed he
was one nl the " inimoital twelve,' n number
How somewhat cahalisiical, buttwenlv veins
ngo heller mult-rsluml. Il is n iciiini liable
lac!, that Hint most peculiar sect hale cm
braced in their number, both male nml fe
male minds of tlm highest order lor brillian
cy mid power. And it is no less remaikable,
that when brought within Iho influence of
the principles Hint govern Hint pnrly, limy
have nt once nbaiuloued all niiihilioii for
woilclly greatness. Their reipiiteiiienls lire
ultra, uud tin ir exaclionu the most rigid, mid
there nro but lew that can abide by them.
ast numbers linve been utlructcd to tho
principles of Ibis party, nnd been 'almost
iHTsnaih il In become,' oVc, yet could not
stand Hie test,- iioilYmg short of 'iillogethcr'
is ucccpliihm lliere. Oneness of purpose
mill ii. flexible uilegrity are indispensable
qualifications for membership with HieOar-
risou Aholiliouisls. Hence, llm world per
haps has never known u h ind of li ner hearts
uml more uncorruptible lideliiy nml iill'eclioii
lowanl each other; uml il lliere is n iiei'sou
on cnith, Im whom his follower's in mi exi
gency would In count martyrs, that individu
al is William Li ovn (.'aiiiii w. i has
been thouitht by some, that Mr. Luting's
' first love lor the Abolition cause has soini!
wluit cooled. This, however, inny havo
been inlerrcd from the Diet, that his proles
siniml business has lor aevcral years past
crenlly increased, und become very lucra
tive. I In bus been disliugiiichcd for his
Wendell Phillips, Huston. Lawyer, nml
emphatically llie great gnu ol'lhn Ci iii isoiiinn
Abolitionists. Ho is nut wanting iu nnces
Iral respectability, but it may he question
ed whether the glory of his fiiuiiiy name
should nut proceed h ick w in ds from him,
rallmr Hum forward to him. 1 1 in position
and influence, us mi Ahuliiionist, render il
imperative on us to be definite iu our imiice
ufiiiin, ami yet wc find no character more
dillicult lo bit described with accuracy uml
justice. He has u goud physical coiislilulioii j
is of medium size ; has rather n sandy com
plexion; nge, some years this side (if limy ;
has ii voice of startling power und energy,
Ihongh of limited compass; nrticiilaliou re
imukahly channel. Having u powerful mem
ory, u finished education, unci the finest liter
al y taste, his weirds colon moulded lo his
will without apparent effort, delving criti
cism. While speaking, he stands creel, calm,
dispassionate. Iu temperament he is evi
dently peculiar ; for w hen bis words nre of
llm most teriibh) import, his exterior exhibits
no sign of iigitution. His gestures uro lew,
and seemingly accident. d. While listening
lo his must i llieient specimens of oratory,
you scarcely believe that u living visible be
ing is addressing you, hut rulher fancy that
'Thoughts that breathe, nnd words that burn,"
are issuing forth from a cold, hut mysterious
ly animated statue of marble. In some re
spects he resembles the volcano, whoso bo
som nourishes inexhaustible fires, which lire
sent thrlh lo terrily. uud to destroy, while nil
without is unruffled, nml iiuiiidicutive of the
powet wiihiu. His tiialitics, as nn Aboli
tion orator, stand out not sell'coiiflictiug, hut
fearfully independent and self-relying. His
moral courage knows no earthly limit. He
acts not nguiust conscience, hut he uets as
he. pleases. He never hetit his purpose to
suit the convenience of any man, nor of any
set of men. Having satisfied himself that a
certain course is correct, he follows it, human
institutions lo lf!e roiifrary notwithstanding.
Tho Constitution of the United Stntss he re
pudiates in Mo, liecnuse it snnclions wlnrt
ins own mind does not snnclion Slavery.
One of the secrets of his great power ns i n
ornlor is, thnt ho forces upon his auditors!
the Udief that he is speaking exactly the
convictions of his own understanding. The
opposition which his elocpience creates is of
the bitterest nnd most violent chnrncler; tho
greater mrtinu of which is probably attribu
table to the circumstance, Hint he seems un
moved by his own cd'orls, and rurcs not how
much, or iu what way, others lire moved.
He this ns it may, be is regarded, even by
his opponents, ns one of Hie most chnpieut
men of the nge. Alihouth courniics iu Iho
( Xlreme, ho possesses much modesty. On
miv important neca-i in lie prefers lo sit still,
li't'tiiug to other speakers, rather llinu lake
Hie stand hiiioelt; Never w i iles bis speeches,
nml always dislikes lo sec them iu print. A
man of much genlleness nnd uuii ibility. As
a pnrli'Mii, he bus made: fiies; us a man, not
one. His benevoh'lice is unbounded. Hot
for this niiiinblo finiiticial defect, bis wcahli
would claim u higher figure than wu have
The National Woman's Rights Convention.
held in Worcester. Oct, 22d and 23d.
adjourned to meet in Syracuse,
Sept. 8th, 9th, 10th, 1852.
Tho fi ieiids of cipinlily, justice nml truth,
nre earnestly invited to assemble there nl
that lime, to discuss the important ipiesliou
of leloiiii techinie'iilly termed Woman's
Highls. We propose not only lo riw'mw Hie
past, uml consider tlm present, but to iiiiuk
nut new nml broader paths lor the opening
The time has come nnt merely lor the
examination uud discussion of Woman's so
cial, civil nml religious rights, Inn nlni liir n
thorough nml i llieient urgimiz ilion u well
digested plan of operation, whereby these
sacred l ights, for w iiieh our fathers fought,
bled uml died, may lie secured nnd enjoy eel
bv us. Let Woman no Integer supinely en
dure the evils she may escape, hul with her
own right h.'iiul curve out lor hersell n high
er, imbh'r destiny than has heretofore been
hers. Inasmuch ns through the folly nml
imbecility of Woman Hie race is what it is,
ilwurfed in mind mid body, nml ns through
her n lone it can yet ho redei'ined, tell nro
equally interested in the objects of lliis Con
We therefore solemnly lirgo llinsn Men
nml Women who desire nml look fiir the
development nml elevation of the rare lo be
present nt the Convention, nml aid us by the
wisdom of their counsels. Our pLlihrm
will, us ever, be free lo nil who uro ccpable
of discussing llm subject with seriousness.
etimhir unci trinh.
On behalf of the Central Committee,
'.li7.abf.tu C.Staxton, Paulina W. Davis,
William II. Ciun.m.nu, Lrur Sto.ne,
Samuel J. iM.tr.
From the Standard.
An Instructive Lesson.
Itv llio following extract from tho Star of
the II ml, w i illcn by Ellias ll.iuiliuot, L. L. I).,
II will be perceived that the nbn leintd Amer
icans liuvo oflered llieir civilieel brethren a
mnsl beautiful uml instructive lesson on Sla
very. It is ton moriilymg a lact to make
many observations on, tor, when we consider
Hint the obligations of religious duty nn. I
brotherly love enjoin the civilization uud ad
vancement of our heathen neighbors ul home,
why should we leave lliem in distress and
send our missionaries inion how ling wilder
ness lo civilize tho wild sous ol the) lores!?
Surely, they have not ns much claim to our
sympathy ns the poor, oppressed African,
who is daily soil, ring wiihin our borders,
nnd thai, too, by the very build which ought
lo be llm very fust to loud film up lo the tem
ple of knowledge :
" Tho writer of theso sheets, mnny years
ngo, was one of tho corresponding members
of n Society iu Scotland for promoting the
(lospi l among the Indians. To further the
wink, they educated two young men nf very
seiioii.s and religious dispositions, nml who
were desirous ol uuilerlnking the mi ssion liir
that purpose. When they were ordained
ivsul ready to depart, we wrote a letter in iho
Indian sty hi, to the Delaware Nation, inform
ing them that we had, by the goodness uf the
('real Spirit, been fiivorcd with tho knowl
edge of His will, us to the worship hu re
quired of His creatures, and the means He
w ould bless In promote the happiness of man
both in this life mid that which is to eome
und thus, enjoying so much happiness nur
selves, wo could not but think of our red
brethren iu the wilderness, mid wish to com
municate tho glad tidings lo them, that they
might be partakers willi us. We had, there
fore, sent lliem two ministers of the Gospel,
who would tench them these great things,
uml I'liruesi'y recommend to llieir careful at
tention. With proper passports, the mis
sionaries set oil' and aniveel in sali'ty iu one
of llieir principal towns. Tho chiels of (he
Nation were called together, whonnsiWTcd
tin in that they would take it into con idcrn
lion, mid iu the menu liinn they might in
struct iheir women, hut t lis y should not
speak to tho men. They spent fourteen days
iu council, nml then onu of them enme very
coin leou.-ly with nn answer u us. Their an
swer made, great nckiiuw Icdgiiietits liir the
l;or we had dune lliem. They rejoiced ex
ceedingly nt our happiness uud being thus
favored by the Great Spirit, uud fell very
grateful Hint we had cuudesceuded lo ru
ini'iiiber our red brethren ol'the wildueruess,
but they could lint help remembering that
ire had a people among us who, bemuse thty
djj'ned from us in color, wu had made slaves
ol, und inailei lliem sillier great hardships and
lend miserable lives. Now, they could not
see any reason why n people being black en
titled us thus to (leul w ith then; why a red
color should not equally justify the taint treat
ment. They, therefore, hud determined to
wait to seu whether nil lliu black people
among us wcru made thus happy nml joyful
before they could put nny coulidence m our
promises, fiir they thought a people who hud
siillered so much mid so lung by our menus
should he entitled to our first attention that,
therefore they hud sent buck the two minis
ters, with many thanks, promising that when
they saw the bfaek people mining us restored
to freedom and happiness, they would gladly
receive our ministers.
"ELIAS BOUDINOT, L. D."
CALL FOR A YEARLY MEETING OF FRIENDS AT
A joint committee appointed by New Garden?
and Salem Quarterly Meetings, to confer togeth
cr snd issue call for a Yearly Meeting of
Fiicmls, to be held at Salom commencing the
first, First day of the Ninth Month, 18S2, and
take such action as w ill promote that object-
We bclicre the time has come when- those
members of society, who desire somcthing.high
cr morally and spiritually than the present posi
tion of the Ohio Yearly Meeting of Friends,
and other pnpulnr rcliiiiousorgsnilstions.shonld
aociato themselves together, encouraging and
strcngthning each other in advancing their-
om n moral nd social interests, and benefiting
by their influence, example and practice, op
pressed nnd sulfcring humanity.
We would therefore invito Friends generally
and especially tho friends of Ohio Yearly Moot
ing, and those who feci a deep intcrcs in the
S iciety of Friends, to unite w ilh us in. holding,
tho Yearly Meeting nf.ircsaid, confi.lently hop
ing our meeting mny prove instrumental In pro
moting tho cause of righteousness, and spread
ing pure religion, and increasing humanity in
Signed on behalf of the committee appointed:
by Now Garden and Salem Quarterly Meetings..
Ihv id S, hotfivld,
II illiam llaiihursl,
It, limit S hlMd,
Six mo., l'lth, lS.i2,
In Salem, on the 23 hot. on the road between
Salem nnd Wsrrrn, A LE lTl'.ll UIUKCTED To
W. S. IHmimi, E-ip, Jsew Lime, Ashtubula
Co. (., continuing fs'j.5 in bills ot tho following
denominations; via : one of (i.jO, oho of $10,
nml one of $3. Any individual having found
the same, w ill plcnse forw ard it by mail accord
ing to tho direction, or lctvc v. with tlm Ed
itor of the liuglc. JOHN DEMIXU.
S.doin Au-ust 25, 1952.
A man wns seen to pick up a letter in the J-nrd
of Fiicud's meeting house, in S.ilcm, near tho
lime and plncn tho nhovo letter was supposed
tu have been dropped. If it wns one corres
ponding with tl.c ubove direction, llic gentleman
is requested to f.rvurj it accordingly, withuit
. JAMES IiAHNABY,
.V. Side Muin-SI., One tor Wettnf Salem Book
sijre, Sa'cm, Ohio.
Coats, VcaIs, Pimts, &o , Mndo to order and
Watt mited to Give Satisfaction.
The Tailoring lKn'u ess in alt its Drncho s
tarried on ns heietoloir.
lAAC Tlir.sCOlT. (t Af.K. TKKSCOTT.
I. TUL'Sl'UTT & Co.
SALEM, OHIO, Wholesale and llctnil T)cal
crs in .School, Classical nnd Miscellaneous
Hooks nod Stationery ; Drugs and Mcdi,
tines; Shoes and Groceries.
March 5, 1S2.
nil. C. PEARSON,
II OM (LO PATIIIST,
HAVING permanently located in Snlcm,
would respectfully announce to tho Publia
Hint ho is prepared to treat Ilomieopalhieally all
discuses, whether I'iironio or Acute. IIo gives
a general invitation to all, and flutters himself
hu can render general sutinfuction,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, on Maix Si.
orrosiTK tiir PosT-Ori'iCB.
May 1.5, ISia.
DAVIS' inilMOMA, VOLUME .3.
WATER CURE ENCYCLOPAEDIA.
Can he liml at tho " Cheap Ilejok-Storc."
July 7, -02. J. McMILLAX.
wns. m. .n. rr.mcE,
Guci:N-Sr., Sai.lm, Coi.imiiiasa Cointy, O.
May 1. s;,i.
SALLM, OIllO, Al'lllL 20, lHoi.
MKS. C. L. CllUUCH,
LATE OF THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH,
UEU3 leave to inform tho inhabitants nf Sa
lem and vicinity that sho has brought with her
a lurgc assortment of UOTASIU MHUIVIXLH
carefully prepared, in tho form of Pills, Pow.
dots. Tinctures, Syrups, Ointments, Salves and
Plasters, together with an assortment of crudo
or unprcpuied Medicines, which sho offers for
sale on reasonable terms for cash, or such arti
cle of produce as aro used in a family.
OJicc, L'urner of llreen and Lundy St.
JOHN C. WJIINEKY,
SURGEON DENTIST ! '.Ojfict over Ih.
Stlem Uohk Store. Tbo subseribtr would in.
form his friends and tho public, thnt ho is again
at his post. Having spent several months in
Cincinnati, in mukiiig himscll'miuiilcly aeeiUHin
tcd with tho various branches of his Profession
he feels cnnlMcnt of being ublo to render the
fullest satisfaction to those w ho mny reuuirohiij
Salem, March 5, 1332.
Siiar Creek Falls Waier Curo
Tf SC.Ut 1WAS. C o., O.
HMIIS Institution, twelve miles south of Mns
X sdlon, on tho road from Woostcr to New
l'hibiilclphiii, 1 1 miles went of too lutter place,
and is accessible by singes daily from all the
a'lovo places. It is supplied with very
Soft I'uro Spring Water,
conducted to tho Cure, from the noigUhorinq
lulls, iu stone I'ipvs. It is under chargo of Dr.
H. FUEASK. uml -otwlnoij.il m ..... n...
pilhii! princ iples. Our business is to take druca
nut nl tlm n-Hlnin u..,l ..... -e .
. ........ ,,,, ,t lm.,n ln ih0
I roprictors tlmter themselves that (hoi- w;ii
tics, for succcssl'ullv troalim; il liUflKn Mrs s.s
surpassed by any other establishment in the
TERMS i In ordinary cases $J per week;
payable weekly. KaeU patient should bring 3
comfortables, 2 sheets. 'J blankets, and some
,.1 ,olL D""d"Bt'. "t they can be had at the
Establishment for ficj cu. per week. Post.
OjHco ailclrcss, Deanhrjf MM; Tiacurauat Vo..
Ohta. DR. II. I'UEASE, T, '
SOLOMON FREASE, 1 0'ftTeMt
May 10, IHii. '